HI i just want to use Floyd-Warshall algorithm is there any pre defind algorithm in tiger graph .

So you need a shortest-path algorithm that can handle negative edge weights?

Do you also need all-pairs?

We have 3 versions of single-source shortest path (SSSP), depending on what typical of weights you have:

- unweighted edge:
`tg_shortest_ss_no_wt`

(basically BFS) - positive weights:
`tg_shortest_ss_pos_wt`

(NOT Dijsktraâ€™s, because we use parallel processing) - negative weights:
`tg_shortest_ss_any_wt`

(Bellman-Ford)

We do not currently have Floyd-Warshall for all-pairs AND negative weight edges. We havenâ€™t seen many real-world use cases for negative weights, and even with the dynamic programming, itâ€™s a fairly compute-intensive algorithm. Can I ask what is your use case?

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i am designing an algo that will return all possible routes taking each vertices as a source and include all vertices in the path.

You want * shortest* paths, right?

You havenâ€™t actually said that in any of your posts.

Do you need to find the paths themselves, or just the length of the shortest paths?

When you saw â€śall possible pathsâ€ť, does the â€śallâ€ť refer to

- â€śevery starting point to every destination pointâ€ť â†’ all the possible choices of A and B.

or - â€śIf there is more than one shortest path from A to B, I want to know all of them.â€ť â†’ all ways of getting from A to B.

The basic Floyd-Warshall algorithm will find you the length of the shortest paths, where â€śallâ€ť is sense (1). An extended version of it can find the paths themselves.

thanks for replying

- â€śIf there is more than one shortest path from A to B, I want to know all of them.â€ť â†’ all ways of getting from A to B and store the path on vertex . including there distance .

We can write an example of Floyd-Warshall is GSQL for you.

Flloyd-Warshall is O(V^3), so it is not recommended for large graphs.

Is you interest just for academic purposes, or do you have a use case?

Note that saving and returning all the paths does require steps and storage.

yup i have a usecase.