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The RouteFinder finds the shortest path between the starting and the ending node. The path might go through a number of nodes. There can be road intersections, dead-ends and edges that do not go all the way.
The edge weights are positive integers. There is no limit to the value of the weights.
The path is represented as a list of nodes. The length of the list indicates the path length.
The RouteFinder does not allow you to add nodes or edges. That is done by the user of the program.
To add an edge or a node, use a node or edge from the map.
The program has a number of predefined routes and given start and end node, it finds the shortest route.
The RouteFinder is under active development. In case of any problems or for further information contact:—
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User-assignable path-finding algorithm.
The KEYMACRO macro can be used to replace a node or edge with a new value in the graph.
If the old value of a node or edge is removed, the shortest path distance to that node or edge is reduced by a variable amount.
The variable amount can be set by the user.
The feature is useful if an edge can be added to the graph or removed from it (the case, for example, when a node can be added to the graph). The user can set the amount of extra distance to remove.
When KEYMACRO is invoked, node2 is replaced with node2’s coordinates.
The old node2 is removed from the graph, and a variable distance is added to the shortest distance to node2.
If the shortest distance is now at 1.0, and KEYMACRO is invoked again, then node2’s coordinates are removed, and the shortest path distance to node2 is reduced to 0.9, then 1.0.
When KEYMACRO is invoked, edge2 is removed from the graph, and a variable distance is added to the shortest distance to edge2.
If the shortest distance is now at 3.0, and KEYMACRO is invoked again, then edge2’s coordinates are removed, and the shortest path distance to edge2 is reduced to 2.1, then 2.0, then 1.0.
The minimum distance between node1 and node2 is 6.0.
The RouteFinder Free Download class is implemented using the Java programming language.
Java is a programming language for writing programs to run on top of the Java platform.
A Java programming language program runs on a Java virtual machine (JVM).
To use Java on your PC, you need a computer with a suitable JVM installed.
The RouteFinder class is implemented using the Java 1.6 platform.
Java 1.6 is available for most operating systems and you can download it from Oracle.
The RouteFinder class is a class that contains all of the code needed to implement the path-finding algorithm.
The RouteFinder class has two components: a data structure and a class that uses the data structure to implement the algorithm.
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RouteFinder is a Java implementation of the famous A* path-finding algorithm for navigation games.
RouteFinder is also able to build a path when given a start node and a destination node.
— Petr Vnalek (
Clone this repository in a directory where you plan to run RouteFinder.
Copy the jar file into your route finding directory.
To make use of the demo application, you need a file named routefinder.cfg.
This file can be placed in the same directory as the jar file.
When the route finder loads the file it will use it as a template for all routes.
After loading the file, you can run the demo application.
To run the demo application, start route finder, for example with the command
java -jar routeFinder.jar routefinder.cfg
routeFinder find route
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routeFinder find route start destination
The demo application starts with a list of black circles and generates routes from them.
The possible routes are drawn on a map with yellow lines.
A route selection menu allows choosing the destination node for the route and the paths.
Then the route finder displays a route from the start node to the destination node.
The start node can be changed and the route found for the new start node.
When the route finds the correct destination node, all other nodes in the route are removed.
The route can be saved in a file by pressing the save button.
The route finder stops immediately when the destination node is reached or
when the maximum number of steps (100) is reached.
Keywords: path-finding, A*, Java
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Some key features:
— Path from start node to destination node.
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— Not yet optimized for mobile devices
What’s New in the RouteFinder?
Since Java has no function pointers, there is no need to worry about the stack.
RouteFinder is using 8 Bit Tree, which means each node has 4 child nodes and the path to the end node is stored in a bitfield format.
* A computer with Java running (
* The Java development environment (
* JGRAPH library ( (only needed for *execute=true*)
* Start RouteFinder.java
* cd to the directory containing the.java files
* type «javac RouteFinder.java»
* type «java RouteFinder»
* File name: — Find Route
* File name: — Delete Nodes
* File name: — Create Nodes
* File name: — Delete Nodes with params
* File name: — Find Route with params
* File name: — Find Route for two nodes
* File name: — Find Route for two nodes
* File name: — Select from nodes
* File name: — Simulate a robot
* File name: — Find Route for all nodes
* If you use JGRAPH, you have to set the execute=false when you run RouteFinder
* If you have multiple JGRAPH.Graph instances on your computer, you have to set the executable=false when you run RouteFinder
* If you have not set the execute=true option when you run RouteFinder, there will be a fatal exception
* If you use the -d option with -execute=true, there will be a fatal exception
* If you use the -d option with -execute=false, there will be a fatal exception
* When you use the -delete option, there will be a fatal exception, if any other options are specified.
* Find Route for all nodes:
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* Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,
* this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. Redistributions
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