Source code for tryalgo.shortest_cycle

#!/usr/bin/env python3
christoph durr, finn voelkel and louis abraham - 2016-2019

Find shortest simple cycle
footnote (1) here you can add parity check of cycle_len
if only even cycles are requested
# pylint: disable=bad-whitespace, missing-docstring, multiple-statements

from collections import deque
from sys import stdin
from . floyd_warshall import floyd_warshall

def readstr(): return stdin.readline().strip()

def readints(): return map(int, stdin.readline().split())

def readint(): return int(stdin.readline())

__all__ = ["shortest_cycle", "powergraph"]

def bfs(graph, root, prune_level):
    """make a pruned BFS search of the graph starting at root.
    returns the BFS tree, and possibly a traversal edge (u,v)
    that with the tree forms a cycle of some length.

    :param graph: undirected graph in listlist or listdict format
    :param root:  vertex where BFS exploration starts
    :param prune_level: exploration is done only up to
    the prune_level (included)
    :complexity: O(V + E)
    n = len(graph)
    level = [-1] * n                      # -1 == not seen
    tree = [None] * n                     # pointers to predecessors
    to_visit = deque([root])              # queue for BFS
    level[root] = 0
    tree[root] = root
    best_cycle = float('inf')             # start with infinity
    best_u = None
    best_v = None
    while to_visit:
        u = to_visit.popleft()
        if level[u] > prune_level:
        for v in graph[u]:
            if tree[u] == v:              # ignore the tree edge
            if level[v] == -1:            # new vertex - tree edge
                level[v] = level[u] + 1
                tree[v] = u
            else:                        # vertex already seen - traversal edge
                prune_level = level[v] - 1
                cycle_len = level[u] + 1 + level[v]
                if cycle_len < best_cycle:  # footnote (1)
                    best_cycle = cycle_len
                    best_u = u
                    best_v = v
    return tree, best_cycle, best_u, best_v

def path(tree, v):
    """returns the path in the tree from v to the root
    Complexity: O(V)
    P = []
    while not P or P[-1] != v:
        v = tree[v]
    return P

[docs]def shortest_cycle(graph): """ Finding a shortest cycle in an undirected unweighted graph :param graph: undirected graph in listlist or listdict format :returns: None or a list C describing a shortest cycle :complexity: `O(|V|*|E|)` """ best_cycle = float('inf') best_u = None best_v = None best_tree = None V = list(range(len(graph))) for root in V: tree, cycle_len, u, v = bfs(graph, root, best_cycle // 2) if cycle_len < best_cycle: best_cycle = cycle_len best_u = u best_v = v best_tree = tree if best_cycle == float('inf'): return None # no cycle found Pu = path(best_tree, best_u) # combine path to make a cycle Pv = path(best_tree, best_v) cycle = Pu[::-1] + Pv # last vertex equals first vertex return cycle[1:] # remove duplicate vertex
[docs]def powergraph(graph, k): """Compute the k-th `powergraph <>`_ which has an edge u,v for every vertex pair of distance at most k in the given graph. :param graph: undirected graph in listlist or listdict format :param k: non-negative integer. :complexity: O(V^3) """ V = range(len(graph)) # create weight matrix for paths of length 1 M = [[float('inf') for v in V] for u in V] for u in V: for v in graph[u]: M[u][v] = M[v][u] = 1 M[u][u] = 0 floyd_warshall(M) return [[v for v in V if M[u][v] <= k] for u in V]