Reported By: Wes Eddy
Date Reported: 2012-01-27
Verifier Name: Lars Eggert
Date Verified: 2012-01-30

Section 2.1 says:

In such a technique, given a cost function C, a set
of vertexes V and their corresponding edges, the triangle inequality
holds if for any triple {a, b, c} in V, C(a, c) is always less than
or equal to C(a, g) + C(b, c).

It should say:

In such a technique, given a cost function C, a set
of vertexes V and their corresponding edges, the triangle inequality
holds if for any triple {a, b, c} in V, C(a, c) is always less than
or equal to C(a, b) + C(b, c).

Notes:

A 'g' instead of a 'b' appears in the triangle inequality description.

Reported By: Ivica Rimac
Date Reported: 2012-01-30
Held for Document Update by: Lars Eggert

Section 2.1 says:

In such a technique, given a cost function C, a set of vertexes V and their corresponding edges, the triangle inequality holds if for any triple {a, b, c} in V, C(a, c) is always less than or equal to C(a, g) + C(b, c).

It should say:

In such a technique, given a cost function C, a set of vertices V and their corresponding edges, the triangle inequality holds if for any triple {a, b, c} in V, C(a, c) is always less than or equal to C(a, b) + C(b, c).