Most and least uniform spanning trees

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We consider as objective function the maximum difference between the weights of components in a spanning tree. Components may be single arcs or paths, the objective functions may be minimized (most uniform) or maximized (least uniform), the graph may or may not be directed and the arc weights may or may not be restricted to positive values. We also explore some matroid generalizations of the above problems. In each case we present an efficient algorithm to achieve the optimum or prove that the problem is NP-hard. © 1986.

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Camerini, P. M., Maffioli, F., Martello, S., & Toth, P. (1986). Most and least uniform spanning trees. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 15(2–3), 181–197. https://doi.org/10.1016/0166-218X(86)90041-7

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