TRAFFICN - Traffic Network
The city traffic network consists of n nodes numbered from 1 to n and m one-way roads connecting pairs of nodes. In order to reduce the length of the shortest path between two different critical nodes s and t, a list of k two-way roads are proposed as candidates to be constructed. Your task is to write a program to choose one two-way road from the proposed list in order to minimize the resulting shortest path between s and t.
The input file consists of several data sets. The first line of the input file contains the number of data sets which is a positive integer and is not bigger than 20. The following lines describe the data sets.
For each data set, the first line contains five positive integers n (n ≤ 10 000), m (m ≤ 100 000), k (k < 300), s (1 ≤ s ≤ n), t (1 ≤ t ≤ n) separated by space. The ith line of the following m lines contains three integers di, ci, li separated by space, representing the length li ( 0< li ≤ 1000) of the ith one-way road connecting node di to ci. The jth line of the next k lines contains three positive integers uj, vj and qj (qj ≤ 1000) separated by space, representing the jth proposed two-way road of length qj connecting node uj to vj.
For each data set, write on one line the smallest possible length of the shortest path after building the chosen one two-way road from the proposed list. In case, there does not exist a path from s to t, write -1.
Sample Input 1 4 5 3 1 4 1 2 13 2 3 19 3 1 25 3 4 17 4 1 18 1 3 23 2 3 5 2 4 25 Sample Output 35
Last edit: 2013-03-14 18:28:49
can somebody provide me a tricky test case? all of them seems to work just fine :7
You may or may not use one two-way road from the proposed list.
I wrote this in Java and got TLE, but rewrote the same exact algorithm in C++ and got AC
@writer: Might you add this case:
What if the "enhanced" shortest path isn't better than the regular one???