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Find the path with least sum between two zeros in a matrix?

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You have a 2D matrix. Only two ZEROs in matrix.
Find the path from 1st zero to 2nd zero with least sum.

1       6       8       9       0       3

4       9       -5      5       11      13

8       9       44      23      15      -20

7       9       7       -13     14      11      

0       16      23      31      16      7

67      5       4       23      21      19

Answer

1       6       8       9       0  ----> 3
                                         |
4       9       -5      5       11      13
                                         |
8       9       44      23      15      -20
                                         |
7 <---- 9 <---- 7 <--- -13 <--- 14 <---  11     
|
0       16      23      31      16        7

67      5       4       23      21       19
posted Nov 17, 2013 by Anuj Yadav

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This is a direct application of bellman-ford algorithm
Note : This matrix must not contain negative weight cycle

First find 2 0's in the matrix and then apply Bellman-ford algo.

answer Nov 25, 2013 by Raghu
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