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Minimum Spanning Tree By: Prof. Uzair Salman Spanning Tree It is a connected graph using all vertices in which there is no cycle Undirected graph G=(V,E) A C A C A C A C A C B D B

D B D B D B D G=(V,E) V={A,B,C,D} E={A-B,B-A,A-C,C-A,B-D,D-B,C-D,D-C} Minimum Spanning Tree We want to find a subset of E with minimum total weight/length that connects all the vertices in to a tree. A 2 3 C A 14

8 B 4 2 D B 4 A C 3 8 D 2 3 9 B 4 A

C D 2 13 B A C 3 8 D C 15 B 4 8 D Applications of MST Network design.

telephone Electrical Hydraulic TV cable Computer network road Cluster analysis Handwriting Recognition Applications Contd.. The phone company task is to provide phone lines to a village with 10 houses, each labeled H1 through H10. A single cable must connects each home. The cable must run through houses H1, H2, and so forth, up through H10. Each node is a house, and the edges are the means by which one house can be wired up to another. The weights of the edges dictate the distance between the homes. Their task is to wire up all ten houses using the least amount of telephone wiring possible. Graphical representation of hooking up a 10-home village with phone lines The two valid spanning trees from the above graph. Problem: Laying Telephone Wire Central office Problem: Laying Telephone Wire

! e v i s n e Exp Central office Problem: Laying Telephone Wire ! e v i ct e f f E Central office Algorithm for Minimum Spanning Tree (MST) Two basic algorithms exists Kruskals Prim May have different complexity (efficiency) depending on the topology of the network. MST Kruskals Algorithm

1. Sort all the edges in non-decreasing order of their weight. 2. Pick the smallest edge. Check if it forms a cycle with the spanning tree formed so far. If cycle is not formed, include this edge. Else, discard it. 3. Repeat step#2 until there are (V-1) edges in the spanning tree. Example: A 11 10 4 6 B 13 D 5 C 1 12 F 8 E 20

The graph contains 6 vertices and 10 edges. So, the minimum spanning tree formed will be having (6 1) = 5 edges. Step-1: Sort all the edges in nondecreasing order of their weight After sorting: Weight SrcDest 1 C E 4 C D 5 A E 6 A C 8 D E 10 A D 11 A B 12 D F 13 B C 20 E F A 11 10 4 6 B 13 D

5 C 1 12 F 8 E 20 STEP 2: Pick the smallest edge. Check if it forms a cycle with the spanning tree formed so far. If cycle is not formed, include this edge. Else, discard it. Weight 1 C 4 C 5 A 6 A 8 D 10 A 11 A 12 D 13 B 20 E Src Dest E

D E C E D B F C F A 11 10 4 6 B 13 D 5 C 1 12 F 8

E 20 STEP 2: Pick the smallest edge. Check if it forms a cycle with the spanning tree formed so far. If cycle is not formed, include this edge. Else, discard it. Weight 1 C 4 C 5 A 6 A 8 D 10 A 11 A 12 D 13 B 20 E Src Dest E D E C E D B F C F

C 1 E STEP 2: Pick the smallest edge. Check if it forms a cycle with the spanning tree formed so far. If cycle is not formed, include this edge. Else, discard it. Weight 1 C 4 C 5 A 6 A 8 D 10 A 11 A 12 D 13 B 20 E Src Dest E D E C E D B

F C F D 4 C 1 E STEP 2: Pick the smallest edge. Check if it forms a cycle with the spanning tree formed so far. If cycle is not formed, include this edge. Else, discard it. Weight 1 C 4 C 5 A 6 A 8 D 10 A 11 A 12 D 13 B 20 E Src Dest E

D E C E D B F C F D A 4 5 C 1 E STEP 2: Pick the smallest edge. Check if it forms a cycle with the spanning tree formed so far. If cycle is not formed, include this edge. Else, discard it. Weight 1 C 4 C 5 A 6 A 8 D

10 A 11 A 12 D 13 B 20 E Src Dest E D E C E D B F C F E T A CRE ! P LOO D A 4 6

5 C 1 E STEP 2: Pick the smallest edge. Check if it forms a cycle with the spanning tree formed so far. If cycle is not formed, include this edge. Else, discard it. Weight 1 C 4 C 5 A 6 A 8 D 10 A 11 A 12 D 13 B 20 E Src Dest E D E C E D B

F C F E T A CRE ! P LOO D A 4 5 C 1 8 E STEP 2: Pick the smallest edge. Check if it forms a cycle with the spanning tree formed so far. If cycle is not formed, include this edge. Else, discard it. Weight 1 C

4 C 5 A 6 A 8 D 10 A 11 A 12 D 13 B 20 E Src Dest E D E C E D B F C F E T A CRE ! P LOO A

10 D 4 5 C 1 E STEP 2: Pick the smallest edge. Check if it forms a cycle with the spanning tree formed so far. If cycle is not formed, include this edge. Else, discard it. Weight 1 C 4 C 5 A 6 A 8 D 10 A 11 A 12 D 13 B 20 E Src Dest E D

E C E D B F C F 11 D A 4 B 5 C 1 E STEP 2: Pick the smallest edge. Check if it forms a cycle with the spanning tree formed so far. If cycle is not formed, include this edge. Else, discard it. Weight 1 C

4 C 5 A 6 A 8 D 10 A 11 A 12 D 13 B 20 E Src Dest E D E C E D B F C F 11 D A 4 B F

5 C 1 12 E STEP 2: Pick the smallest edge. Check if it forms a cycle with the spanning tree formed so far. If cycle is not formed, include this edge. Else, discard it. Weight 1 C 4 C 5 A 6 A 8 D 10 A 11 A 12 D 13 B 20 E Src Dest E D E C E

D B F C F 11 ! P LOO D A 4 EB T A CRE F 5 13 C 1 12

E STEP 2: Pick the smallest edge. Check if it forms a cycle with the spanning tree formed so far. If cycle is not formed, include this edge. Else, discard it. Weight 1 C 4 C 5 A 6 A 8 D 10 A 11 A 12 D 13 B 20 E Src Dest E D E C E D B F C F 11

! P LOO D A 4 EB T A CRE 12 F 5 C 1 E 20 STEP 3: Repeat step#2 until there are (V-1) edges in the spanning tree Weight

1 C 4 C 5 A 6 A 8 D 10 A 11 A 12 D 13 B 20 E Src Dest E D E C E D B F C F 11 D A 4 B F

5 C 1 12 E ! H P RA G AL N IG R O 11 10 13 D 4 6 B

G N I N N A SP A 5 C F 8 E 1 12 20 ! E E TR 11 D

A 4 B F 5 C 1 12 E MST Prims Algorithm 1. Remove all loops and parallel edges 2. Choose any arbitrary node as root node 3. Check outgoing edges and select the one with less cost 3. Repeat step#3 until there are (V-1) edges in the spanning tree. Example:9 A 7 6 D 4

3 B 8 F 2 C 1 5 3 E 2 Step 1:- Remove all loops and parallel edges 9 A 7 6 D 4

3 B 8 F 2 C 1 5 3 E 2 Step 2:- Choose any arbitrary node as root node A 7 6 4 3 B

8 D 5 F 2 C 3 E 2 In this case, we choose B node as the root node of Prim's spanning tree. Step 3:- Check outgoing edges and select the one with less cost A 7 6 4 3 B 8

D 5 F 2 C 3 E 2 We choose the edge B,A as it is lesser than the other. Step 3:- Check outgoing edges and select the one with less cost A 7 6 4 3 B 8 D

5 F 2 C 3 E 2 the tree B-7-A is treated as one node and we check for all edges going out from it. We select the one which has the lowest cost and include it in the tree. Step 3:- Check outgoing edges and select the one with less cost A 7 6 4 3 B 8 D 5

F 2 C 3 E 2 the tree B-7-A-3-C is treated as one node and we check for all edges going out from it. We select the one which has the lowest cost and include it in the tree. Step 3:- Check outgoing edges and select the one with less cost A 7 6 4 3 B 8 D 5 F

2 C 3 E 2 the tree B-7-A-3-C-3-E is treated as one node and we check for all edges going out from it. We select the one which has the lowest cost and include it in the tree. Step 3:- Check outgoing edges and select the one with less cost A 7 6 4 3 B 8 D 5 F

2 C 3 E 2 the tree B-7-A-3-C-3-E-2-F is treated as one node and we check for all edges going out from it. We select the one which has the lowest cost and include it in the tree. Step 4:- Repeat step#3 until there are (V-1) edges in the spanning tree A 7 6 4 3 B 8 D 5 F 2

C 3 E 2 Hence all nodes are visited, spanning tree is formed Step 4:- Repeat step#3 until there are (V-1) edges in the spanning tree B D A 7 3 F 2 C 3 E 2

Hence all nodes are visited, spanning tree is formed with following edged ANY QUESTION ?

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