Questions tagged [breadth-first-search]

In graph theory, breadth-first search (BFS) is a graph search algorithm that begins at the root node and explores all the neighboring nodes. Then for each of those nearest nodes, it explores their unexplored neighbor nodes, and so on, until it finds the goal.

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Finding shortest path in matrix

Given an N x N matrix of positive integers, I need to find the shortest path from the first cell of matrix to the last cell of matrix. I can move exactly x steps from any cell, where x is the value of ...
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Breadth-first search(BFS) Implementation in Python 3 [closed]

I have implemented a BFS. Does this look like a proper implementation of BFS in Python 3? And if you think something needs to be improved, say it. ...
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LeetCode: Rotting Oranges in C#

https://leetcode.com/problems/rotting-oranges/ Please review for coding style in 40 minutes job interview. In a given grid, each cell can have one of three values: the value 0 representing an ...
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Maze image solver and animator in Python

This maze solver is a continuation to the maze generator I posted here recently Maze generator & animator in Python This code takes an image containing a 2-color maze as input and solves the maze ...
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Determine if a string is a sequence of dictionary words

This is Leetcode problem 139: "Wordbreak" Problem: Given a non-empty string s and a dictionary wordDict containing a list ...
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Typesetting bidirectional breadth first search with Algotype.js

So I have this: And the typesetting code is here: ...
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Javascript Tree Class 2

This question is the second version of the code here. I'm writing a general tree class. Specifically, each node should have oen parent, some number of children, and hold a value. I'm looking for ...
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Javascript Tree Class

I got caught in the trap of implementing my own data structure. I've created a very general tree structure, where each node gets one parent, some children, and holds a value. I'm mostly looking for ...
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Optimising the BFS

The input graph to the bfs function is in the form of edge list representation. ...
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(Leetcode) Snakes and Ladders

This is a Leetcode problem - On an \$N\$ x \$N\$ board, the numbers from 1 to N * N are ...
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(Leetcode) Escape a large maze

This is a Leetcode problem - In a 1 million by 1 million grid, the coordinates of each grid square are (x, y) with \$0\$ \$<=\$ ...
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(Leetcode) K-similar strings in Python

This is a Leetcode problem - Strings A and B are K-similar (for some non-negative integer ...
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(Leetcode) Sliding puzzle in Python

This is a Leetcode problem: On a 2 x 3 board, there are 5 tiles represented by the integers 1 through ...
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Leetcode: Find-bottom-left-tree-value

https://leetcode.com/problems/find-bottom-left-tree-value/ Given a binary tree, find the leftmost value in the last row of the tree. Example 1: Input: ...
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LeetCode: Employee-importance BFS

You are given a data structure of employee information, which includes the employee's unique id, his importance value and his direct subordinates' id. For example, employee 1 is the leader of ...
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Rubik's Cube in Java

I have this Java implementation of a Rubik's cube's state. My primary concern is DRYness of my code: RubiksCubeNode.java ...
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Breadth-first search in Java: Competitive style - follow-up

I have improved my BFS in Java according to vnp's suggestions. Again, we wish to find shortest paths in directed unweighted graphs using BFS, competitive style (no ...
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LeetCode: N-ary Tree Level Order Traversal

https://leetcode.com/problems/n-ary-tree-level-order-traversal/ Given an n-ary tree, return the level order traversal of its nodes' values. (ie, from left to right, level by level). For example, ...
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LeetCode: maximum-depth-of-n-ary-tree

https://leetcode.com/problems/maximum-depth-of-n-ary-tree/ Given a n-ary tree, find its maximum depth. The maximum depth is the number of nodes along the longest path from the root node down to the ...
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Breadth-first search in Java: competitive style

Here my attempt was to write a graph algorithm the way a competitive programmer would write under time pressure. The problem to solve was to find a shortest path in a directed, unweighted graph using ...
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Object-Oriented Breadth-First Search Implementation

My goal is to write a GUI application where a user can create a maze and select an algorithm. The passage of the algorithm from a selected start and end point should be visualized. The following ...
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Find the shortest path between two points in a 2D matrix with obstacles

I need to find shortest path between two points in a grid given an obstacles.. Given a 2 dimensional matrix where some of the elements are filled with 1 and rest of the elements are filled. Here ...
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Find the longest connect cells region per color

I have been studying graphs/BFS/DFS. working on wrapping my head around the following problem Given a grid [m,n] where each cell has a value denotes a color, find the longest connected region that ...
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Java breadth-first search for finding the shortest path on a 2D grid with obstacles

Please review my Breadth-first search algorithm implementation in Java for finding the shortest path on a 2D grid map with obstacles. The findPath() method ...
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Maze solver BFS in Haskell

I am really excited that I just wrote my Haskell maze solution in bfs. This is my very first haskell (and I still haven't tried to build a maze in haskell so that maze is hard coded xD) ANY ...
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Pramp: Sales path

the question is taken from Pramp(really cool site!) there is a more straight forward solution. using recursion. but I thought trying it using BFS. please review only the code of GetCheapestCost ...
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BFS Pathfinding algorithm using Javascript generator

I'm implementing a BFS traversal in a grid-like structure. Because I wanted to experiment with ES6 Generators for a long time, I thought I'd implement the search using that abstraction. I am sure ...
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Flood Fill using unordered_map which has user-defined type as key

I have an implementation of the flood fill algorithm. Assume that an image is provided as a vector of ...
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Find maximum area of island in matrix

I recently solved the problem below from leetcode: Given a non-empty 2D array grid of 0's and 1's, an island is a group of 1's (representing land) connected 4-directionally (horizontal or vertical)....
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Iterator for BFS binary tree traversal

I implemented an iterator pattern for C# using IEnumerator and IEnumerable. The goal of the implementation is to traverse a ...
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Solve 8-tile sliding puzzle

I created a BFS algorithm in order to solve an 8-puzzle, and while it works, it is awfully slow compared to my DFS implementation. My main point of concern is the puzzleExists() function, which ...
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Print BFS implementation in JavaScript

Given a graph and a starting vertex print the value of each vertex in a breadth first order. Let's code out a general BFS algorithm printing each vertex's value in a BFS order. We are given a graph ...
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Searching a maze using DFS and BFS in Python 3

I solved the problem posted from Make School Trees and Maze article, which asks me to searching a maze using DFS and BFS in Python. Here's the final output from PyGame: I would like to ask for code ...
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Breadth First Search implementation in Python 3 to find path between two given nodes

This is my Breadth First Search implementation in Python 3 that assumes cycles and finds and prints path from start to goal. Some background - Recently I've been preparing for interviews and am ...
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Bidirectional BFS on a matrix in Python 2.7

This code is a bidirectional BFS search. Given any two points in a matrix having 0's and 1's, I would like to find if there exists a path between them. Also note that it is forbidden to enter a cell ...
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Perform BFS on a Binary Tree

Task: Perform Breadth first traversal on a Binary Search Tree and print the elements traversed. ...
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Breadth First Search using adjacency list

I want to improve this code using STL. Let me know if I should add any other function in this code. ...
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BFS to check if path from start node to end node exists

I'm trying to solve a problem from leetcode called Jump Game and it seems to be a pretty simple graph problem where we have to find if a path exists from a start node to an end node. I personally ...
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Directed Graph Implementation in Java

Here I've attached my java implementation of a directed graph. I've used a modified adjacency-list mechanic to utilize a map instead of a list for quicker lookup times. Looking for comments / ...
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Finding many paths in a graph

I have a graph which we can think of is representing a network of train tracks. Each node is a station and each edge is a piece of track connecting two stations. Each station node may be connected by ...
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Read CSV and use bidirectional BFS to find the shortest connections between actors

I have a really huge file¹ with 17 million records in it. Here is a sample of the file: Actor Movie 1,2 2,2 3,1 4,3 2,3 ...
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Binary Search Tree Implementation in Java

Looking for critiques on my BST implementation, particularly to check if I'm building the common operational methods and traversal algorithms properly. Code has been lightly tested, and I've tried to ...
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C++ breadth-first search using adjacency matrix

I have written this Breadth First Search program using Adjacency Matrix, taking help from Introduction to Algorithm(CLSR) and from Internet. I want to optimise this code. ...
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Dictrie: Extending the Python dictionary into a Trie

I implemented a trie in Python2.7 as a dictionary of dictionaries by extending the UserDict class to allow native dictionary access syntax and iteration. For example, ...
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BFS Algorithm in JavaScript

I am new to Trees and BFS/DFS as well as programming and I decided to play around to learn how to traverse trees. I did not want to use the shift() JavaScript ...
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I want to check neighborhoods of cell in two dimensional array in C++

I want to write a function which will return all possible/valid 'X' moves around my Target cell depending on it position inside the following two dimensional array. ...
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Beginner's Knight's tour in Python (BFS)

I wanted to implement this as short and effective as I could without using anything that is not basics, in order to improve my skills. I would appreciate input about things like memory leaks I missed,...
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Recursive BFS solution for tree traversal

I'm somewhat new to the wonderful world of Python, outside of simple codecademy-like challenges online. This function was part of a project for school. It's tested and works, but I'm looking for some ...
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Binary Search Tree BFS iteratively

I was given this coding question for a technical interview: Given a binary tree, implement a method to populate the list level_ordered_list with the data of the nodes traversed level-order, ...
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Breadth- and Depth- First Search in C#

Another recreational implementation for review! As a side comment, for some reason I just feel like if (visited.Contains(vertex)) { .. } isn't necessary, as this ...