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Default Implementing the all-path shortest path problem

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I'm trying to solve the all-path shortest path problem using Floyd-Warshall Algorithm, for more information please visit the following links, you can also the Algorithm working on these websites

http://www.cs.toronto.edu/~heap/270F02/node42.html
http://www-unix.mcs.anl.gov/dbpp/text/node35.html

Now doing it in the conventional programming language like C++, Java or C# that wont be much of a problem

But I’m new to XSTL 2.0 and trying to figure out how can I implement this in XSTL
do you guys have any idea?

If you guys can help that will be great and much appreciated


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You need help on this from someone who's good at functional programming; I would expect any solution to take advantage of Dimitre Novatchev's FXSL library. I haven't got the time to tackle this one for you, but you might find someone on the xsl-list at mulberrytech.com is prepared to give it a go. It might be that for a functional programming language you need a completely different approach - that often seems to the the way with graph algorithms.

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