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TSP implementation

Posted on 1999-01-23
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TSP problem(traveling salesperson problem) is a difficult problem and has gotten many solution. I want to know a simple sourse code that can be run in Unix or PC? Which expert can help me?
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Thanks. But I can not open /pub/......... only ftp://ftp.zib.de. Why?
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