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Reduce the number of edges of a graph, keeping it connected
I'm designing a game with random generated dungeons. I'd like to view this as a connected, undirected graph in which nodes are rooms and edges are doors or corridors. Then I choose a "side" node as ...
Nov 22 '10 at 18:27
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