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December 14, 2009, 20:34

Sapping, thanks for spotting the error. Indeed, it's Cij(k-1), Cik(k-1) + Ckj(k-1). It's easy to remember because Cik Ckj is how you multiply matrices. (the lecture then proceeds to solving transitive closure via strassen's matrix multiplication analogy).

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