org.jgrapht.traverse

## Class ClosestFirstIterator<V,E>

• Type Parameters:
V - the graph vertex type
E - the graph edge type
All Implemented Interfaces:
Iterator<V>, GraphIterator<V,E>

public class ClosestFirstIterator<V,E>
extends CrossComponentIterator<V,E,org.jheaps.AddressableHeap.Handle<Double,org.jgrapht.traverse.ClosestFirstIterator.QueueEntry<V,E>>>
A closest-first iterator for a directed or undirected graph. For this iterator to work correctly the graph must not be modified during iteration. Currently there are no means to ensure that, nor to fail-fast. The results of such modifications are undefined.

The metric for closest here is the weighted path length from a start vertex, i.e. Graph.getEdgeWeight(Edge) is summed to calculate path length. Negative edge weights will result in an IllegalArgumentException. Optionally, path length may be bounded by a finite radius. A custom heap implementation can be specified during the construction time. Pairing heap is used by default.

Author:
John V. Sichi

• ### Fields inherited from class org.jgrapht.traverse.AbstractGraphIterator

crossComponentTraversal, graph, nListeners, reusableEdgeEvent, reusableVertexEvent, reuseEvents
• ### Constructor Summary

Constructors
Constructor and Description
ClosestFirstIterator(Graph<V,E> g, Iterable<V> startVertices)
Creates a new closest-first iterator for the specified graph.
ClosestFirstIterator(Graph<V,E> g, Iterable<V> startVertices, double radius)
Creates a new radius-bounded closest-first iterator for the specified graph.
ClosestFirstIterator(Graph<V,E> g, Iterable<V> startVertices, double radius, Supplier<org.jheaps.AddressableHeap<Double,org.jgrapht.traverse.ClosestFirstIterator.QueueEntry<V,E>>> heapSupplier)
Creates a new radius-bounded closest-first iterator for the specified graph.
ClosestFirstIterator(Graph<V,E> g, V startVertex)
Creates a new closest-first iterator for the specified graph.
ClosestFirstIterator(Graph<V,E> g, V startVertex, double radius)
Creates a new radius-bounded closest-first iterator for the specified graph.
ClosestFirstIterator(Graph<V,E> g, V startVertex, double radius, Supplier<org.jheaps.AddressableHeap<Double,org.jgrapht.traverse.ClosestFirstIterator.QueueEntry<V,E>>> heapSupplier)
Creates a new radius-bounded closest-first iterator for the specified graph.
• ### Method Summary

All Methods
Modifier and Type Method and Description
protected void encounterVertex(V vertex, E edge)
Update data structures the first time we see a vertex.
protected void encounterVertexAgain(V vertex, E edge)
Override superclass.
double getShortestPathLength(V vertex)
Get the weighted length of the shortest path known to the given vertex.
E getSpanningTreeEdge(V vertex)
Get the spanning tree edge reaching a vertex which has been seen already in this traversal.
protected boolean isConnectedComponentExhausted()
Returns true if there are no more uniterated vertices in the currently iterated connected component; false otherwise.
protected V provideNextVertex()
Returns the vertex to be returned in the following call to the iterator next method.
void setCrossComponentTraversal(boolean crossComponentTraversal)
Sets the cross component traversal flag - indicates whether to traverse the graph across connected components.
• ### Methods inherited from class org.jgrapht.traverse.CrossComponentIterator

finishVertex, getEntireGraphVertexIterator, getSeenData, hasNext, isSeenVertex, next, putSeenData
• ### Methods inherited from class org.jgrapht.traverse.AbstractGraphIterator

addTraversalListener, createEdgeTraversalEvent, createVertexTraversalEvent, fireConnectedComponentFinished, fireConnectedComponentStarted, fireEdgeTraversed, fireVertexFinished, fireVertexTraversed, getGraph, isCrossComponentTraversal, isReuseEvents, remove, removeTraversalListener, setReuseEvents
• ### Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object

clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
• ### Methods inherited from interface java.util.Iterator

forEachRemaining
• ### Constructor Detail

• #### ClosestFirstIterator

public ClosestFirstIterator(Graph<V,E> g,
V startVertex)
Creates a new closest-first iterator for the specified graph. Iteration will start at the specified start vertex and will be limited to the connected component that includes that vertex. If the specified start vertex is null, iteration will start at an arbitrary vertex and will not be limited, that is, will be able to traverse all the graph.
Parameters:
g - the graph to be iterated.
startVertex - the vertex iteration to be started.
• #### ClosestFirstIterator

public ClosestFirstIterator(Graph<V,E> g,
Iterable<V> startVertices)
Creates a new closest-first iterator for the specified graph. Iteration will start at the specified start vertices and will be limited to the subset of the graph reachable from those vertices. Iteration order is based on minimum distance from any of the start vertices, regardless of the order in which the start vertices are supplied. Because of this, the entire traversal is treated as if it were over a single connected component with respect to events fired.
Parameters:
g - the graph to be iterated.
startVertices - the vertices iteration to be started.
• #### ClosestFirstIterator

public ClosestFirstIterator(Graph<V,E> g,
V startVertex,
double radius)
Creates a new radius-bounded closest-first iterator for the specified graph. Iteration will start at the specified start vertex and will be limited to the subset of the connected component which includes that vertex and is reachable via paths of weighted length less than or equal to the specified radius. The specified start vertex may not be  null.
Parameters:
g - the graph to be iterated.
startVertex - the vertex iteration to be started.
radius - limit on weighted path length, or Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY for unbounded search.
• #### ClosestFirstIterator

public ClosestFirstIterator(Graph<V,E> g,
V startVertex,
Supplier<org.jheaps.AddressableHeap<Double,org.jgrapht.traverse.ClosestFirstIterator.QueueEntry<V,E>>> heapSupplier)
Creates a new radius-bounded closest-first iterator for the specified graph. Iteration will start at the specified start vertex and will be limited to the subset of the connected component which includes that vertex and is reachable via paths of weighted length less than or equal to the specified radius. The specified start vertex may not be  null. This algorithm will use the heap supplied by the heapSupplier.
Parameters:
g - the graph to be iterated.
startVertex - the vertex iteration to be started.
radius - limit on weighted path length, or Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY for unbounded search.
heapSupplier - supplier of the preferable heap implementation
• #### ClosestFirstIterator

public ClosestFirstIterator(Graph<V,E> g,
Iterable<V> startVertices,
double radius)
Creates a new radius-bounded closest-first iterator for the specified graph. Iteration will start at the specified start vertices and will be limited to the subset of the graph reachable from those vertices via paths of weighted length less than or equal to the specified radius. The specified collection of start vertices may not be null. Iteration order is based on minimum distance from any of the start vertices, regardless of the order in which the start vertices are supplied. Because of this, the entire traversal is treated as if it were over a single connected component with respect to events fired.
Parameters:
g - the graph to be iterated.
startVertices - the vertices iteration to be started.
radius - limit on weighted path length, or Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY for unbounded search.
• #### ClosestFirstIterator

public ClosestFirstIterator(Graph<V,E> g,
Iterable<V> startVertices,
Supplier<org.jheaps.AddressableHeap<Double,org.jgrapht.traverse.ClosestFirstIterator.QueueEntry<V,E>>> heapSupplier)
Creates a new radius-bounded closest-first iterator for the specified graph. Iteration will start at the specified start vertices and will be limited to the subset of the graph reachable from those vertices via paths of weighted length less than or equal to the specified radius. The specified collection of start vertices may not be null. Iteration order is based on minimum distance from any of the start vertices, regardless of the order in which the start vertices are supplied. Because of this, the entire traversal is treated as if it were over a single connected component with respect to events fired. This algorithm will use the heap supplied by the heapSupplier.
Parameters:
g - the graph to be iterated.
startVertices - the vertices iteration to be started.
radius - limit on weighted path length, or Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY for unbounded search.
heapSupplier - supplier of the preferable heap implementation
• ### Method Detail

• #### setCrossComponentTraversal

public void setCrossComponentTraversal(boolean crossComponentTraversal)
Description copied from class: AbstractGraphIterator
Sets the cross component traversal flag - indicates whether to traverse the graph across connected components.
Overrides:
setCrossComponentTraversal in class AbstractGraphIterator<V,E>
Parameters:
crossComponentTraversal - if true traverses across connected components.
• #### getShortestPathLength

public double getShortestPathLength(V vertex)
Get the weighted length of the shortest path known to the given vertex. If the vertex has already been visited, then it is truly the shortest path length; otherwise, it is the best known upper bound.
Parameters:
vertex - vertex being sought from start vertex
Returns:
weighted length of shortest path known, or Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY if no path found yet
• #### getSpanningTreeEdge

public E getSpanningTreeEdge(V vertex)
Get the spanning tree edge reaching a vertex which has been seen already in this traversal. This edge is the last link in the shortest known path between the start vertex and the requested vertex. If the vertex has already been visited, then it is truly the minimum spanning tree edge; otherwise, it is the best candidate seen so far.
Parameters:
vertex - the spanned vertex.
Returns:
the spanning tree edge, or null if the vertex either has not been seen yet or is a start vertex.
• #### isConnectedComponentExhausted

protected boolean isConnectedComponentExhausted()
Description copied from class: CrossComponentIterator
Returns true if there are no more uniterated vertices in the currently iterated connected component; false otherwise.
Specified by:
isConnectedComponentExhausted in class CrossComponentIterator<V,E,org.jheaps.AddressableHeap.Handle<Double,org.jgrapht.traverse.ClosestFirstIterator.QueueEntry<V,E>>>
Returns:
true if there are no more uniterated vertices in the currently iterated connected component; false otherwise.
CrossComponentIterator.isConnectedComponentExhausted()
• #### encounterVertex

protected void encounterVertex(V vertex,
E edge)
Description copied from class: CrossComponentIterator
Update data structures the first time we see a vertex.
Specified by:
encounterVertex in class CrossComponentIterator<V,E,org.jheaps.AddressableHeap.Handle<Double,org.jgrapht.traverse.ClosestFirstIterator.QueueEntry<V,E>>>
Parameters:
vertex - the vertex encountered
edge - the edge via which the vertex was encountered, or null if the vertex is a starting point
CrossComponentIterator.encounterVertex(Object, Object)
• #### encounterVertexAgain

protected void encounterVertexAgain(V vertex,
E edge)
Override superclass. When we see a vertex again, we need to see if the new edge provides a shorter path than the old edge.
Specified by:
encounterVertexAgain in class CrossComponentIterator<V,E,org.jheaps.AddressableHeap.Handle<Double,org.jgrapht.traverse.ClosestFirstIterator.QueueEntry<V,E>>>
Parameters:
vertex - the vertex re-encountered
edge - the edge via which the vertex was re-encountered
• #### provideNextVertex

protected V provideNextVertex()
Description copied from class: CrossComponentIterator
Returns the vertex to be returned in the following call to the iterator next method.
Specified by:
provideNextVertex in class CrossComponentIterator<V,E,org.jheaps.AddressableHeap.Handle<Double,org.jgrapht.traverse.ClosestFirstIterator.QueueEntry<V,E>>>
Returns:
the next vertex to be returned by this iterator.
CrossComponentIterator.provideNextVertex()