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Shortest path tree from node

`TR = shortestpathtree(G,s)`

`TR = shortestpathtree(G,s,t)`

`TR = shortestpathtree(___,Name,Value)`

```
[TR,D] =
shortestpathtree(___)
```

returns a directed graph, `TR`

= shortestpathtree(`G`

,`s`

)`TR`

, that contains the tree of shortest
paths from source node `s`

to all other nodes in the graph. If the
graph is weighted (that is, `G.Edges`

contains a variable
`Weight`

), then those weights are used as the distances along
the edges in the graph. Otherwise, all edge distances are taken to be
`1`

.

uses additional options specified by one or more Name-Value pair arguments, using
any of the input argument combinations in previous syntaxes. For example,
`TR`

= shortestpathtree(___,`Name,Value`

)`shortestpathtree(G,s,'OutputForm','vector')`

returns a numeric
vector that describes the shortest path tree.

The

`shortestpath`

,`shortestpathtree`

, and`distances`

functions do not support undirected graphs with negative edge weights, or more generally any graph containing a negative cycle, for these reasons:A

*negative cycle*is a path that leads from a node back to itself, with the sum of the edge weights on the path being negative. If a negative cycle is on a path between two nodes, then no shortest path exists between the nodes, since a shorter path can always be found by traversing the negative cycle.A single negative edge weight in an undirected graph creates a negative cycle.

`digraph`

| `distances`

| `graph`

| `nearest`

| `shortestpath`

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