Branch and Bound — Coding the Algorithm From Scratch

Branch and Bound — Coding the Algorithm From Scratch.


Author(s): Francis Adrian Viernes

Originally published on Towards AI.

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If you are coming from the introductory article: Branch and Bound — Introduction Prior to Coding the Algorithm From Scratch, then this is the part where we progress in our understanding of the algorithm by coding it from scratch. This always helps me understand the algorithm's workings, advancing the algorithmic or computational thinking I need in my profession.

If you have stumbled across this article without reading the introductory article, I suggest you read the concepts behind the algorithm and understand the workflow before trying the code below. As we want to avoid redundant content, we… Read the full blog for free on Medium.

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