Route Finding

  • Alastair Aitchison


Route finding is the process of finding the optimum path through a network from one chosen location to another. The most familiar examples of route finding are the journey planning features found on in-car satellite navigation systems and travel websites. In such cases, the network in question is normally a public road network, and the optimum path is the route from A to B that takes the least amount of time, or covers the least distance.


Goal Node Optimum Path Travel Salesman Problem Travel Salesman Problem Priority Queue 
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© Alastair Aitchison 2012

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  • Alastair Aitchison

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