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https://stanford.edu/~rezab/classes/cme323/S16/projects_reports/shoemaker_vare.pdf

Why do we use blossom contrast in maximum matching? The examples that I have seen can easily be solved by just iteratively finding a augmenting path and complementing it. I am talking about edmond blossom algorithm.

Edit: http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/TheBlossomAlgorithmForMaximumMatching/

this is what I was looking for in the first step we have only 13 edges and we can not find any augmenting path.

now due to bloosom contrast we have increased matching by 1 edge.I am disappointed by the community.

https://stanford.edu/~rezab/classes/cme323/S16/projects_reports/shoemaker_vare.pdf

Why do we use blossom contrast in maximum matching? The examples that I have seen can easily be solved by just iteratively finding a augmenting path and complementing it. I am talking about edmond blossom algorithm.

Edit: http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/TheBlossomAlgorithmForMaximumMatching/

this is what I was looking for in the first step we have only 13 edges and we can not find any augmenting path.

now due to bloosom contrast we have increased matching by 1 edge.I am disappointed by the community.

https://stanford.edu/~rezab/classes/cme323/S16/projects_reports/shoemaker_vare.pdf

Why do we use blossom contrast in maximum matching? The examples that I have seen can easily be solved by just iteratively finding a augmenting path and complementing it. I am talking about edmond blossom algorithm.

Edit: http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/TheBlossomAlgorithmForMaximumMatching/

this is what I was looking for in the first step we have only 13 edges and we can not find any augmenting path.

now due to bloosom contrast we have increased matching by 1 edge.

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https://stanford.edu/~rezab/classes/cme323/S16/projects_reports/shoemaker_vare.pdf

Why do we use blossom contrast in maximum matching? The examples that I have seen can easily be solved by just iteratively finding a augmenting path and complementing it. I am talking about edmond blossom algorithm.

Edit: http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/TheBlossomAlgorithmForMaximumMatching/

this is what I was looking for in the first step we have only 13 edges and we can not find any augmenting path.

now due to bloosom contrast we have increased matching by 1 edge.I am disappointed by the community.

https://stanford.edu/~rezab/classes/cme323/S16/projects_reports/shoemaker_vare.pdf

Why do we use blossom contrast in maximum matching? The examples that I have seen can easily be solved by just iteratively finding a augmenting path and complementing it. I am talking about edmond blossom algorithm.

https://stanford.edu/~rezab/classes/cme323/S16/projects_reports/shoemaker_vare.pdf

Why do we use blossom contrast in maximum matching? The examples that I have seen can easily be solved by just iteratively finding a augmenting path and complementing it. I am talking about edmond blossom algorithm.

Edit: http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/TheBlossomAlgorithmForMaximumMatching/

this is what I was looking for in the first step we have only 13 edges and we can not find any augmenting path.

now due to bloosom contrast we have increased matching by 1 edge.I am disappointed by the community.

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https://stanford.edu/~rezab/classes/cme323/S16/projects_reports/shoemaker_vare.pdf

Why do we use blossom contrast in maximum matching? The examples that I have seen can easily be solved by just iteratively finding a augmenting path and complementing it. I am talking about edmond blossom algorithm.

Why do we use blossom contrast in maximum matching? The examples that I have seen can easily be solved by just iteratively finding a augmenting path and complementing it. I am talking about edmond blossom algorithm.

https://stanford.edu/~rezab/classes/cme323/S16/projects_reports/shoemaker_vare.pdf

Why do we use blossom contrast in maximum matching? The examples that I have seen can easily be solved by just iteratively finding a augmenting path and complementing it. I am talking about edmond blossom algorithm.

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