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Old 07-04-2011, 08:21 AM   #1
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I need LARGE data sets for testing the Dijkstra's Algorithm which I implemented

Google gave me this:

That seems to be a dedicated site for the data sets, but couldn't find anything there for the Route finding algos.
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Could you perhaps generate them with your own programme, then apply the Floyd-Warshall algorithm to check your implementation's results? I guess it depends on how large your 'large' datasets need to be... Floyd-Warshall's O(n^3), if I remember correctly, so it might be too slow for your requirements.
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you want something large
i am working with these currently
the 144 LDEM_1024_ ????.img 900 meg each
the lola "Lunar Orbiter Laser Altimeter" data set


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