- 6) Consider the network fragment shown below. X has only two attached neighbors, W and Y. W has a
**minimum cost path to destination**A of**cost**5 and Y has a**minimum cost path**to A of 6. The complete**paths**from W and Y to A (and between W and Y) are not shown. All link**costs**in the network have strictly positive integer values. - First we have to solve those and substitute here. Here T ( 4, {} ) is reaching base condition in recursion, which returns 0 (zero ) distance. = { (1,2) + T (2, {3,4} ) 4+ 6 =10 in this
**path**we have to add +1 because this**path**ends with 3. From there we have to reach 1 so 3->1 distance 1 will be added total distance is 10+1=11. - Given a weighted undirected graph, find the maximum
**cost path**from a given**source**to any other vertex in the graph which is greater than a given**cost**. The**path**should not contain any cycles. Let**source**= 0 and**cost**= 50. The maximum**cost**route**from source**vertex 0 is 0—6—7—1—2—5—3—4, having <b>**cost**</b> 51, which is more than <b>**cost**</b> 50. - In a transportation problem, items are allocated
**from sources**to destinations a. at a maximum**cost**b. at a**minimum cost**c. at a**minimum**profit d. at a**minimum**revenue Answer: b. at a**minimum cost**. Question 3 . The assignment model is a special case of the _____ model. a. maximum-flow b. transportation c. shortest-route d. none of the above - Calculates the least-
**cost****path****from**a**source****to**a**destination**. Learn more about creating the least**cost****path**. ... The**Cost****Path**tool produces an output raster that records the least-**cost****path**or**paths****from**selected locations to the closest**source**cell defined within the accumulative**cost**surface, in terms of**cost**distance.. One or more of ...