Dynamic Programming solution to the TSP 1.0 Description

Description: The function is based on the paper by Held and Karp from 1962. The DP is guaranteed to provide the accurate (optimal) result to the TSP, but the time complexity of this algorithm is O(2^n n^2), which limits the use of this algorithm to 15 cities or less.

NOTE: For reasonable runtime, please do not try to calculate a tour of more than 13 cities. DP is not for large sets of cities.

An alternative solution to the MAZE problem on matlab central FEX. (A recent submission to the File exchange on MATLAB central File ID: #27175 ).

The present solution uses an Immiscible Lattice Boltzmann framework to simulate the flow of a blue fluid in a complex pipeline; a red bubble is added at the inlet that serves as tracer to identify the fastest way out to the maze i.e. the path to the outlet.

au'(x)+bu"(x)=0 for 0<=x<=d BC: u(0)=0 and u(d)=h Example: Finding an approximate solution to the following BVP using 16 elements of equal length. u'(x)-u"(x)=0 : 0<=x<=1 BC: u(0)=0 and u(1)=1

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