# HDOJ 5418-Victor and World

HDOJ 5418-Victor and World Victor and World Time Limit: 4000/2000 MS (Java/Others) Memory Limit: 262144/131072 K (Java/Others) Total Submission(s): 643 Accepted Submission(s): 268 Problem Description After trying hard for many years, Victor has finally received a pilot license. To have a celebration, he intends to buy himself an airplane and fly around the world. There are n countries on the earth, which are numbered from 1 to n. They are connected by m undirected flights, detailedly the i-th flight connects the ui-th and the vi-th country, and it will cost Victor’s airplane wi L fuel if Victor flies through it. And it is possible for him to fly to every country from the first country. Victor now is at the country whose number is 1, he wants to know the minimal amount of fuel for him to visit every country at least once and finally return to the first country. Input The first line of the input contains an integer T, denoting the number of test cases. In every test case, there are two integers n and m in the first line, denoting the number of the countries and the number of the flights. Then there are m lines, each line contains three integers ui, vi and wi, describing a flight. 1≤T≤20. 1≤n≤16. 1≤m≤100000. 1≤wi≤100. 1≤ui,vi≤n. Output Your program should print T lines : the i-th of these should contain a single integer, denoting the minimal amount of fuel for Victor to finish the travel. Sample Input 1 3 2 1 2 2 1 3 3 Sample Output 10 Source BestCoder Round #52 (div.2) Recommend hujie | We have carefully selected several similar problems for you: 5421 5420 5419 5416 5415

# POJ 1094-Sorting It All Out

POJ 1094-Sorting It All Out Sorting It All Out Time Limit: 1000MS Memory Limit: 10000K Total Submissions: 28397 Accepted: 9814 Description An ascending sorted sequence of distinct values is one in which some form of a less-than operator is used to order the elements from smallest to largest. For example, the sorted sequence A, B, C, D implies that A < B, B < C and C < D. in this problem, we will give you a set of relations of the form A < B and ask you to determine whether a sorted order has been specified or not. Input Input consists of multiple problem instances. Each instance starts with a line containing two positive integers n and m. the first value indicated the number of objects to sort, where 2 <= n <= 26. The objects to be sorted will be the first n characters of the uppercase alphabet. The second value m indicates the number of relations of the form A < B which will be given in this problem instance. Next will be m lines, each containing one such relation consisting of three characters: an uppercase letter, the character “<” and a second uppercase letter. No letter will be outside the range of the first n letters of the alphabet. Values of n = m = 0 indicate end of input. Output For each problem instance, output consists of one line. This line should be one of the following three: Sorted sequence determined after xxx relations: yyy…y. Sorted sequence cannot be determined. Inconsistency found after xxx relations. where xxx is the number of relations processed at the time either a sorted sequence is determined or an inconsistency is found, whichever comes first, and yyy…y is the sorted, ascending sequence. Sample Input 4 6 A<B A<C B<C C<D B<D A<B 3 2 A<B B<A 26 1 A<Z 0 0 Sample Output Sorted sequence determined after 4 relations: ABCD. Inconsistency found after 2 relations. Sorted sequence cannot be determined. Source East Central North America 2001

# POJ 2263-Heavy Cargo

POJ 2263-Heavy Cargo Heavy Cargo Time Limit: 1000MS Memory Limit: 65536K Total Submissions: 3549 Accepted: 1894 Description Big Johnsson Trucks Inc. is a company specialized in manufacturing big trucks. Their latest model, the Godzilla V12, is so big that the amount of cargo you can transport with it is never limited by the truck itself. It is only limited by the weight restrictions that apply for the roads along the path you want to drive. Given start and destination city, your job is to determine the maximum load of the Godzilla V12 so that there still exists a path between the two specified cities. Input The input will contain one or more test cases. The first line of each test case will contain two integers: the number of cities n (2<=n<=200) and the number of road segments r (1<=r<=19900) making up the street network. Then r lines will follow, each one describing one road segment by naming the two cities connected by the segment and giving the weight limit for trucks that use this segment. Names are not longer than 30 characters and do not contain white-space characters. Weight limits are integers in the range 0 – 10000. Roads can always be travelled in both directions. The last line of the test case contains two city names: start and destination. Input will be terminated by two values of 0 for n and r. Output For each test case, print three lines: a line saying “Scenario #x” where x is the number of the test case a line saying “y tons” where y is the maximum possible load a blank line Sample Input 4 3 Karlsruhe Stuttgart 100 Stuttgart Ulm 80 Ulm Muenchen 120 Karlsruhe Muenchen 5 5 Karlsruhe Stuttgart 100 Stuttgart Ulm 80 Ulm Muenchen 120 Karlsruhe Hamburg 220 Hamburg Muenchen 170 Muenchen Karlsruhe 0 0 Sample Output Scenario #1 80 tons Scenario #2 170 tons Source Ulm Local 1998

# POJ 2240-Arbitrage

POJ 2240-Arbitrage Arbitrage Time Limit: 1000MS Memory Limit: 65536K Total Submissions: 16195 Accepted: 6814 Description Arbitrage is the use of discrepancies in currency exchange rates to transform one unit of a currency into more than one unit of the same currency. For example, suppose that 1 US Dollar buys 0.5 British pound, 1 British pound buys 10.0 French francs, and 1 French franc buys 0.21 US dollar. Then, by converting currencies, a clever trader can start with 1 US dollar and buy 0.5 * 10.0 * 0.21 = 1.05 US dollars, making a profit of 5 percent. Your job is to write a program that takes a list of currency exchange rates as input and then determines whether arbitrage is possible or not. Input The input will contain one or more test cases. Om the first line of each test case there is an integer n (1<=n<=30), representing the number of different currencies. The next n lines each contain the name of one currency. Within a name no spaces will appear. The next line contains one integer m, representing the length of the table to follow. The last m lines each contain the name ci of a source currency, a real number rij which represents the exchange rate from ci to cj and a name cj of the destination currency. Exchanges which do not appear in the table are impossible. Test cases are separated from each other by a blank line. Input is terminated by a value of zero (0) for n. Output For each test case, print one line telling whether arbitrage is possible or not in the format “Case case: Yes” respectively “Case case: No”. Sample Input 3 USDollar BritishPound FrenchFranc 3 USDollar 0.5 BritishPound BritishPound 10.0 FrenchFranc FrenchFranc 0.21 USDollar 3 USDollar BritishPound FrenchFranc 6 USDollar 0.5 BritishPound USDollar 4.9 FrenchFranc BritishPound 10.0 FrenchFranc BritishPound 1.99 USDollar FrenchFranc 0.09 BritishPound FrenchFranc 0.19 USDollar Sample Output Case 1: Yes Case 2: No Source Ulm Local 1996