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2014-07-29 09:49:27 +0200 | commented answer | How to use Sage to find a pair of vertex-disjoint paths of minimal total length? Hm, I was already afraid of that. Thank you for clarification. |

2014-07-29 09:48:41 +0200 | commented answer | How to use Sage to find a pair of vertex-disjoint paths of minimal total length? This would indeed be my next step, but I hoped that the Suurballe and Tarjan algorithm would work. It would save some time. Thank you for your suggestion. |

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2014-07-28 15:15:00 +0200 | asked a question | How to use Sage to find a pair of vertex-disjoint paths of minimal total length? I want to find a pair of vertex-disjoint (s,t)-paths with minimal total length in a graph G, where the length is the sum of the edge weights of the paths. For this I would like to use the Suurballe and Tarjan Algorithm, but it seems to be a hidden (if I am right?) method. Is there any way I can still use this algorithm other than reprogram it myself? |

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