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# Summer School 2016

- Useful links
- User manual (developer version)
- Source code repository: http://lemon.cs.elte.hu/hg/lemon-main
- C++ reference guides

- Road map of Hungary (in LGF format)
- There are three versions:
- Undirected version (.lgf.zip) Both one way and two ways road are represented by one single edge
- Directed version (.lgf.zip) The two way roads are represented by tho oppositely directed arcs.
- Strongly connected directed version (.lgf.zip) The largest strongly connected component of the previous file. Here is a printable .pdf version: hun-conn.pdf

- The description of the LGF format can be found here: http://lemon.cs.elte.hu/pub/doc/1.3/a00002.html
- The file contains the following attributes:
- in the
section:`@nodes`

: the node label, >= 1 integer numbers`label`

: the latitude of the node, floating point number`lat`

: the longitude of the node, floating point number`lon`

- in the
section:`@arcs`

: The length of the road, in meter (integer number)`length`

: The maximum allowed speed , in km/h (integer number)`maxspeed`

- in the

- There are three versions:
- Planar graph test examples: planar-graphs.zip
- The file contains the following attributes:
- in the
section:`@nodes`

: the node label, >= 0 integer numbers`label`

and`coordinates_x`

: the coordinates of the nodes, floating point number`coordinates_y`

- in the
section (the`@arcs`

`-c.lgf`

files only: capacity of the arcs (integer number)`capacity`

: cost of the arcs (integer number)`cost`

- in the

- The file contains the following attributes:

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