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2 data Algorithm CLARANS 1.Input parameters numlocal and maxneighbor. Initialize i to 1, and mincost to a large number. k = 3 numlocal = 10 maxneighbor = 5 i = 1 mincost = 9999

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3 DatacostK# Algorithm CLARANS 2.Set current to an arbitrary node in Gn,k. 3.Set j to 1. Step 2. current = Gn,k. = {(4,1), (6,9), (7,3)} cost(current) = Step 3. j = 1 note: S1 and S2 are neighbors if and only if |S1 S2| = k-1

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4 Algorithm CLARANS 4.Consider a random neighbor S of current, and based on Equation (5) calculate the cost differential of the two nodes. 5.If S has a lower cost, set current to S, and go to Step (3). 6. Otherwise, increment j by 1. If j <= maxneighbor, go to Step (4). Step 4. random S = {(4,1), (6,9), (6,2)} cost(S) = Step Step 6. j = j + 1, j = 2 j <= maxneighbor goto step (4) DatacostK#

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5 Algorithm CLARANS 4.Consider a random neighbor S of current, and based on Equation (5) calculate the cost differential of the two nodes. 5.If S has a lower cost, set current to S, and go to Step (3). 6. Otherwise, increment j by 1. If j <= maxneighbor, go to Step (4). Step 4. random S = {(4,1), (6,9), (8,2)} cost(S) = Step Step 6. j = j + 1, j = 3 j <= maxneighbor goto step (4) DatacostK#

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6 Algorithm CLARANS 4.Consider a random neighbor S of current, and based on Equation (5) calculate the cost differential of the two nodes. 5.If S has a lower cost, set current to S, and go to Step (3). 6. Otherwise, increment j by 1. If j <= maxneighbor, go to Step (4). Step 4. random S = {(4,1), (2,9), (7,3)} cost(S) = Step 5. cost(S)

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7 Algorithm CLARANS 3.Set j to 1. 4.Consider a random neighbor S of current, and based on Equation (5) calculate the cost differential of the two nodes. 5.If S has a lower cost, set current to S, and go to Step (3). 6. Otherwise, increment j by 1. If j <= maxneighbor, go to Step (4). current = {(4,1), (2,9), (7,3)} cost(current) = Step 3. j = 1 Step 4. random S = {(4,1), (2,9), (9,6)} cost(S) = Step Step 6. j = j + 1, j = 2 j <= maxneighbor goto step (4) DatacostK#

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current = {(4,1), (2,9), (7,3)} cost(current) = j = 1random S = {(4,1), (2,9), (9,6)}cost(S) = j = 2random S = {(4,1), (2,9), (10,4)}cost(S) = j = 3random S = {(4,1), (5,4), (7,3)}cost(S) = j = 4random S = {(4,1), (9,9), (7,3)}cost(S) = j = 5random S = {(2,2), (2,9), (7,3)}cost(S) = j = 6 j > maxneighbor goto step 7 Step 7. cost(current) < mincost mincost = cost(current) = bestnode = current = {(4,1), (2,9), (7,3)} Step 8. i = i + 1, i = 2 i < numlocal goto step (2) มีโอกาส random ได้ set เดิม ? หรือ current ก่อนหน้านี้ ? Algorithm CLARANS 7. Otherwise, when j > maxneighbor, compare the cost of current with mincost. If the former is less than mincost, set mincost to the cost of current, and set bestnode to current. 8. Increment i by 1. If i > numlocal, output bestnode and halt. Otherwise, go to Step (2).

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