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The short circuiting approach is slower than the previous one

I suspect this will heavily depend on the test data which neversaint hasn't supplied. In a nutshell, I am recording path information on the basis that it will pay off down the road. If there is no short circuit possibilities then the overhead of tracking will not be paid for and it becomes slower.

This is why I said I was unhappy with it. I am going to let this sit in my feeble brain for a while and if I can't come up with a better approach I will post a new thread for other monks to weigh in on.

Update: The following is the basically the same algorithm with some optimizations. I would be interested in your test data and/or your benchmark.

#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; my %graph = ( R => [qw/L J Z/], L => [qw/R J X/], J => [qw/R L X Z/], Z => [qw/R + J X/], X => [qw/L J Z F D/], F => [qw/X D/], D => [qw/Q F X/], Q => [qw/B U D/], B => [qw/Q + P M/], P => [qw/B U/], U => [qw/Q P S/], M => [qw/B S/], S => [qw/U M/], ); my $n; my %node_to_int = map {$_ => $n++} keys %graph; my $routes = find_paths('D', 'M', \%graph); print "$_\n" for @$routes; sub find_paths { my ($beg, $end, $graph) = @_; my (@work, @solution, %done); for (@{$graph->{$beg}}) { if ($_ eq $end) { push @solution, "$beg->$end"; next; } my $seen = ''; vec($seen, $node_to_int{$_}, 1) = 1; vec($seen, $node_to_int{$beg}, 1) = 1; push @work, ["$beg->$_", $_, $seen]; } while (@work) { my $item = pop @work; my ($path, $curr, $seen) = @$item; my $ok; NODE: for my $node (@{$graph->{$curr}}) { my $bit = $node_to_int{$node}; next if vec($seen, $bit, 1); if ($done{$node}) { for (keys %{$done{$node}}) { next NODE if $_ eq ($_ & $seen); } } $ok = 1; if ($node eq $end) { push @solution, "$path->$end"; next; } my $new_seen = $seen; vec($new_seen, $bit, 1) = 1; push @work, ["$path->$node", $node, $new_seen]; } if (! $ok) { my @order = reverse split /->/, $path; pop @order; for (@order) { vec($seen, $node_to_int{$_}, 1) = 0; $done{$_}{$seen} = undef; } } } return \@solution; }

Cheers - L~R

In reply to Re^3: Finding All Paths From a Graph From a Given Source and End Node by Limbic~Region
in thread Finding All Paths From a Graph From a Given Source and End Node by neversaint

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