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Genetic Algorithms for Balanced Spanning Tree Problem

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Given an undirected weighted connected graph G = (V, E) with vertex set V and edge set E and a designated vertex r ∈ V , we consider the problem of constructing a spanning tree in G that balances both the minimum spanning tree and the shortest paths tree rooted at r. Formally, for any two constants α, β ≥ 1, we consider the problem of computing an (α, β)-balanced spanning tree T in G, in the sense that, (i) for every vertex v ∈ V , the distance between r and v in T is at most α times the shortest distance between the two vertices in G, and (ii) the total weight of T is at most β times that of the minimum tree weight in G. It is well known that, for any α, β ≥ 1, the problem of deciding whether G contains an (α, β)- balanced spanning tree is NP-complete [15]. Consequently, given any α ≥ 1 (resp., β ≥ 1), the problem of finding an (α, β)-balanced spanning tree that minimizes β (resp., α) is NP-complete. In this paper, we present efficient genetic algorithms for these problems. Our experimental results show that the proposed algorithm returns high quality balanced spanning trees. (original abstract)
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  • Department of Mathematics, Suez Canal University, Ismailia, Egypt
  • Department of Mathematics, Suez Canal University, Ismailia, Egypt
  • Department of Computer Sciences, Egypt
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