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shortestpth.c
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14
15 #include "vis.h"
16
17 #ifdef DMALLOC
18 #include "dmalloc.h"
19 #endif
20
21 static COORD unseen = (double) INT_MAX;
22
23 /* shortestPath:
24  * Given a VxV weighted adjacency matrix, compute the shortest
25  * path vector from root to target. The returned vector (dad) encodes the
26  * shorted path from target to the root. That path is given by
28  * We have dad[root] = -1.
29  *
30  * Based on Dijkstra's algorithm (Sedgewick, 2nd. ed., p. 466).
31  *
32  * This implementation only uses the lower left triangle of the
33  * adjacency matrix, i.e., the values a[i][j] where i >= j.
34  */
35 int *shortestPath(int root, int target, int V, array2 wadj)
36 {
38  COORD *vl;
39  COORD *val;
40  int min;
41  int k, t;
42
43  /* allocate arrays */
44  dad = (int *) malloc(V * sizeof(int));
45  vl = (COORD *) malloc((V + 1) * sizeof(COORD)); /* One extra for sentinel */
46  val = vl + 1;
47
48  /* initialize arrays */
49  for (k = 0; k < V; k++) {
51  val[k] = -unseen;
52  }
53  val[-1] = -(unseen + (COORD) 1); /* Set sentinel */
54  min = root;
55
56  /* use (min >= 0) to fill entire tree */
57  while (min != target) {
58  k = min;
59  val[k] *= -1;
60  min = -1;
61  if (val[k] == unseen)
62  val[k] = 0;
63
64  for (t = 0; t < V; t++) {
65  if (val[t] < 0) {
66  COORD newpri;
67  COORD wkt;
68
69  /* Use lower triangle */
70  if (k >= t)
72  else
74
75  newpri = -(val[k] + wkt);
76  if ((wkt != 0) && (val[t] < newpri)) {
77  val[t] = newpri;
79  }
80  if (val[t] > val[min])
81  min = t;
82  }
83  }
84  }
85
86  free(vl);
88 }
89
90 /* makePath:
91  * Given two points p and q in two polygons pp and qp of a vconfig_t conf,
92  * and the visibility vectors of p and q relative to conf,
93  * compute the shortest path from p to q.
94  * If dad is the returned array and V is the number of polygon vertices in
96  * NB: This is the only path that is guaranteed to be valid.
97  * We have dad[V+1] = -1.
98  *
99  */
100 int *makePath(Ppoint_t p, int pp, COORD * pvis,
101  Ppoint_t q, int qp, COORD * qvis, vconfig_t * conf)
102 {
103  int V = conf->N;
104
105  if (directVis(p, pp, q, qp, conf)) {
106  int *dad = (int *) malloc(sizeof(int) * (V + 2));
107  dad[V] = V + 1;
108  dad[V + 1] = -1;
110  } else {
113  wadj[V + 1] = pvis;
114  return (shortestPath(V + 1, V, V + 2, wadj));
115  }
116 }
array2 vis
Definition: vis.h:47
double COORD
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int directVis(Ppoint_t, int, Ppoint_t, int, vconfig_t *)
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int * shortestPath(int root, int target, int V, array2 wadj)
Definition: shortestpth.c:35
int * makePath(Ppoint_t p, int pp, COORD *pvis, Ppoint_t q, int qp, COORD *qvis, vconfig_t *conf)
Definition: shortestpth.c:100
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#define INT_MAX
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