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The Maximum Hamilton Path Problem with Parameterized Triangle Inequality

DOI: 10.4236/cn.2013.51B022, PP. 96-100

Keywords: Maximum Traveling Salesman Problem, Parameterized Triangle Inequality, Approximation Algorithm

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Given a complete graph with edge-weights satisfying parameterized triangle inequality, we consider the maximum Hamilton path problem and design some approximation algorithms.

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