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+ Come to this exciting talk about path-finding algorithms which + is being presented by Professor Anna Lubiw. +

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+ Finding shortest paths is a problem that comes up in many applications: + Google maps, network routing, motion planning, connectivity in social + networks, and etc. + The domain may be a graph, either explicitly or implicitly represented, + or a geometric space. +

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+ Professor Lubiw will survey the field, from Dijkstra's foundational algorithm to + current results and open problems. + There will be lots of pictures and lots of ideas. +

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+ Finding shortest paths is a problem that comes up in many applications: + Google maps, network routing, motion planning, connectivity in social + networks, and etc. + The domain may be a graph, either explicitly or implicitly represented, + or a geometric space. +

+

+ Professor Lubiw will survey the field, from Dijkstra's foundational algorithm to + current results and open problems. + There will be lots of pictures and lots of ideas. +

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+ Anna Lubiw + + +
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