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 [jgrapht-users] Mergin two JTrees into a third JTree From: Mindaugas Genutis - 2004-07-17 11:26:58 Attachments: Message as HTML ```Hello, By writing to this mailing list I hoped to get a suggestion on the = algorithmic problem I have to solve. I have two JTrees, say T1 and T2. I = have to merge these two trees into the third tree T2 so that it is a = superset of the first two trees. That is, every node in T1 and T2 is = represented by some node in the tree T3. This mailing list has to do with graph theory, thought maybe someone has = a pseudo-language description of the algorithm like this. Thank you, --=20 Mindaugas Genutis Programmer No Magic Lithuanian Development Center Phone: +370 674 05232 Fax: +370 37 320670 e-mail: mindaugas.genutis@... WWW: http://www.magicdraw.com -- MagicDraw - UML Made Simple.```

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