Lecture 19: Shortest Paths III: All-pairs Shortest Paths, Matrix Multiplication, Floyd-Warshall, Johnson
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"-- shortest paths. This is the finale. Hopefully it was worth waiting for. Remind you there's a quiz coming up soon, you should be studying for it. There's no problem set due at the same time as the quiz because you should be studying now. It's a take-home exam. It's required that you come to class on Monday. Of course, you'll all come, but everyone watching at home should also come next Monday to get the quiz. It's the required lecture. So, we need a bit of a recap in the trilogy so far. So, the last two lectures, the last two episodes, or about single source shortest paths...
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