Closure Problem

A Closure problem is a problem in graph theory for finding a set of vertices in a directed graph such that there are no edges from the set to the rest of the graph. More specifically, the minimum closure problem asks for a set of this type with the minimum possible weight in a weighted graph.

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... Picard was working on the open-pit mining problem and during that time worked on generalizing the selection problem to the closure problem ... Picard's contribution introduced the closure problem to the mining industry ...
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