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Parallel algorithm to solve a Hamiltonian Path problem variation (Travelling Baseball Fan)

Included source code implements a variation of the Hamiltonian Path problem, called the "Travelling Baseball Fan" problem. You'll find more information in the problem description text file.

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Intel Educational Exchange for Parallelism

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Categories#of Courses
Algorithms and Complexity (AL)
Advanced Analysis 3
Geometric Algorithms 4
Parallel Algorithms 2
Architecture and Organization (AR)  
Multiprocessing 2
Functional Organization 2
Computer Architecture and Organization 7
Interfacing And I/O Strategies 1
Computational Science (CN) 1
Parallel Computation 2
Discrete Structures (DS) 1
Graphics and Visual Computing (GV)
Graphic Systems 0
Game Engine Programming 5
Advanced Rendering 1
Geometric Modeling 0
Basic Rendering 0
Visualization 2
Computer Vision 0
Net-Centric Computing (NC)
Introduction 0
Network Communication 2
Mobile Computing 11
Networked Applications 1
Operating Systems (OS)
Overview Of Operating Systems 0
Operating System Principles 1
Scheduling And Dispatch 1
Programming Fundamentals (PF)  
Fundamental Constructs 2
Parallel Programming Basics 27
Parallel Libraries 1
OpenMP 5
Intel Threading Building Blocks (TBB) 2
Native Threads 0
Distributed Memory 1
Cilk 0
Functional Languages 0
Object Oriented 1
Programming Languages (PL)  
Basic Language Translation 0
Object Oriented Programming 0
Programming Language Design 1
Functional Programming 0
Software Engineering (SE) 14
Software Processes 6
Intel® Manycore Testing Lab 10
CS1  
Algorithmic Problem Solving 3
Software Design 3
Fundamental Techniques 1
Fundamental Algorithms 1
Graph Algorithm Examples 19
Numeric Algorithm Examples 5
Sorting Algorithm Examples 4
Searching Algorithm Examples 4
Metasites, Collections & Curricula 3
CS2  
Data Structures 5
Recursion 5
Tools And Environments 6
Algorithmic Strategies 9
Intelligent Systems (IS)  
Robotics 2