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Kalyan Kumar Mallick,
Md. Fazle Rabbi Sweet,
Tapan Kumar Biswas,
Ramani Ranjan Sikder,
Mahmudul Kabir,
Md. Tareq Hasan

International Journal of Computer Applications |

Foundation of Computer Science (FCS), NY, USA |

Volume 186 - Number 14 |

Year of Publication: 2024 |

Authors: Kalyan Kumar Mallick, Md. Fazle Rabbi Sweet, Tapan Kumar Biswas, Ramani Ranjan Sikder, Mahmudul Kabir, Md. Tareq Hasan |

10.5120/ijca2024923498 |

Kalyan Kumar Mallick, Md. Fazle Rabbi Sweet, Tapan Kumar Biswas, Ramani Ranjan Sikder, Mahmudul Kabir, Md. Tareq Hasan . A New Approach to Solve the Classical Symmetric Traveling Salesman Problem by Highest Suffix Method. International Journal of Computer Applications. 186, 14 ( Mar 2024), 36-40. DOI=10.5120/ijca2024923498

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Kalyan Kumar Mallick,
Md. Fazle Rabbi Sweet,
Tapan Kumar Biswas,
Ramani Ranjan Sikder,
Mahmudul Kabir,
Md. Tareq Hasan
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title = { A New Approach to Solve the Classical Symmetric Traveling Salesman Problem by Highest Suffix Method },

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International Journal of Computer Applications
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%A Md. Tareq Hasan

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This paper presents Highest Suffix method for solving the classical symmetric traveling salesman problem. This concept is an alternative method for solving Traveling Salesman problem (TSP). It is possible to further improve a TSP tour that cannot be improved by other local search methods. To test the performance of the proposed method, two examples are solved here. This is a new approach to solve the classical symmetric travelling salesman problem by highest suffix method. So, this paper shows that the proposed algorithm is efficient for solving the Traveling Salesman problem (TSP).

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