Travellingsalesman - an travelling salesman implementation in java

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this piece of code implements an TSP algorithm, based on local optima search, combined with killing branches to cycles. the algorithm allows it to pass a node more then one time. --> code is in the download section --> start.java is an example on how to call the code

http://code.google.com/p/travellingsalesman

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