PathFinder 1.0

Path finding algorithms visualizer
PathFinder is a software for visualizing path finding algorithms, using Swing. It was developed within a course at our university. The application can visualize the whole calculation of the implemented path finding algorithms.
These algorithms are:

- A*
- Depth first
- Depth first with heuristic
- Breadth first
- Hill climbing
- Beam search
- British museum
- Branch and bound
- Dijkstra
- Depth limited
- Great deluge

Some algorithms can also be parameterize e.g. the underlying heuristic, some storage-adjustments (for the stack or queue), orientations, etc..

More features:

- Graph-Editor: to build your own graph (xml-based)
- four predefined graphs: a rough german streetmap (main streets and highways) and some educational graphs for demonstration-purposes
- statistics: calculation-time, path-length, amount of nodes visit (backtracking-nodes)
- player-component: replay the calculation (adjustable), stepwise calc-tracking
- algorithm help-context: algorithm descriptions, depending parameter (heuristic etc.) - poorly written, it was the last thing we've done ;)
- graph and backtracking color-adjustments
- graph comparison

last updated on:
November 21st, 2009, 5:27 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Armin Widegreen
homepage:
java-apps.org
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Science and Engineering \ Visualization

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