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# The two disjoint path problem and wire routing design

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## Abstract

A new polynomial time algorithm is presented for finding two vertex-disjoint paths between two specified pairs of vertices on an undirected graph. An application of the two disjoint path algorithm to the automatic wire routing is also discussed.

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