**Language:**Matlab**Platform:**Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris**License:**BSD - BSD License**Databases:**N/A**Downloads:**3685**Released:**Jul 30, 2009

The difference to the classic TSP is that the salesman doesn't travel in loop across the circuit.

**Requirements:**

· MATLAB 7.6 or higher

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