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An algorithm for transitive closure with linear expected time

  • C. -P. Schnorr
Vorträge In Der Reihenfolge Des Programms
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 48)

Abstract

An algorithm for transitive closure is described with expected time O(n+m*) where n is the number of nodes and m* is the expected number of edges in the transitive closure.

Keywords

Independent Random Variable Expected Number Transitive Closure Input Graph Edge Reversal 
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