From: Loïc Joly (loic.actarus.joly_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-03-05 15:43:17
Douglas Gregor a écrit :
>> I also want to redesign the searches for "stoppability" -
>> either for user-selected termination (as per Loïc's request), or in
>> the case of disjoint subgraphs.
> DFS supports a "TerminatorFunc" to stop early, but this might not be
> the right approach. Why does everyone dislike throwing an exception
> to terminate the search? I bet if someone went ahead and benchmarked
> the two options, the exception would be faster for graphs of non-
> trivial size.
There are two kind of early-stop. One is : "Stop the search". The other
one is : "Stop looking in this direction, but continue the search".
Throwing an exception may be a solution for the first category, but I
don't see how is could help for the second. Maybe another way to go for
the second would be to manually modify some well chosen colors in the
visitor functions, but this approach seemed to scary for me to try it.
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