Explain floyds algorithm, Data Structure & Algorithms

Explain Floyd's algorithm

It is convenient to record the lengths of shortest paths in an n by n matrix D known as the  distance matrix: the element dij  in the ith   row and the jth column of this matrix shows the length of the shortest path from the ith vertex to the jth   vertex . We can make the distance matrix with an algorithm that is very same to warshall's algorithm. It is known as Floyd's algorithm.


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