In this paper we deal with the problem of finding the first K shortest paths from a single origin node to all other nodes of a directed graph. In particular, we define the necessary and sufficient conditions for a set of distance label vectors, on the basis of which we propose a class of methods which ca be viewed as an extension of the generic label-correcting method for solving the classical single-origin all-destinations shortest path problem. The data structure used is characterized by a set of K lists of candidate nodes, and the proposed methods differ in the strategy used to select the node to be extracted at each iteration. The computational results show that: 1. some label-correcting methods are generally much faster than the double sweep of Shier (1979); 2. the most efficient node selection strategies, used for solving the classical single-origin all-destinations shortest path problem, have proved to be effective also in the case of the K shortest paths.
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|Titolo:||A Class of Label-Correcting Methods for the K Shortest Paths Problem|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2001|
|Citazione:||A Class of Label-Correcting Methods for the K Shortest Paths Problem / Guerriero, Francesca; Lacagnina, V.; Musmanno, Roberto; Pecorella, A.. - In: OPERATIONS RESEARCH. - ISSN 0030-364X. - 49(2001), pp. 423-429.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|