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    Default MWM Algorithm

    Hi guys.
    Any ideas on how to implement the "Maximum Weigth Matching" algorithm?
    Pseudocode or any sources would be appreciated.
    Thanks a lot.


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    You tell us. Exactly what is the MWM algorithm?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinWorkman View Post
    You tell us. Exactly what is the MWM algorithm?
    Given a bipartite graph G = (V, E) with bipartition (A, B) and a weight in every edge of the graph it finds the matching of maximum weight.

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    Default Re: MWM Algorithm

    Do you have any design or algorithm that you want to code in java and are having troubles with?
    Your description of the problem so far is a long way from a program design that you could write code from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andreas90 View Post
    Given a bipartite graph G = (V, E) with bipartition (A, B) and a weight in every edge of the graph it finds the matching of maximum weight.
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    Sorry for that thread guys. I 've started implementing the algorithm. If l need help l 'll post a new one.

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