This page explains Java solution to problem `Count Subtrees With Max Distance Between Cities`

using `Floyd Warshall`

algorithm.

There are `n`

cities numbered from `1`

to `n`

. You are given an array edges of size `n-1`

, where `edges[i] = [ui, vi]`

represents a bidirectional edge between cities `ui`

and `vi`

. There exists a unique path between each pair of cities. In other words, the cities form a tree.

A subtree is a subset of cities where every city is reachable from every other city in the subset, where the path between each pair passes through only the cities from the subset. Two subtrees are different if there is a city in one subtree that is not present in the other.

For each `d`

from `1`

to `n - 1`

, find the number of subtrees in which the maximum distance between any two cities in the subtree is equal to `d`

.

Return an array of size `n - 1`

where the `d`

element ^{th}`(1-indexed)`

is the number of subtrees in which the maximum distance between any two cities is equal to `d`

.

Notice that the distance between the two cities is the number of edges in the path between them.

Input: n = 4, edges = [[1,2],[2,3],[2,4]]Output: [3,4,0]Explanation: The subtrees with subsets {1,2}, {2,3} and {2,4} have a max distance of 1.

The subtrees with subsets {1,2,3}, {1,2,4}, {2,3,4} and {1,2,3,4} have a max distance of 2.

No subtree has two nodes where the max distance between them is 3.

Input: n = 2, edges = [[1,2]]Output: [1]

Input: n = 3, edges = [[1,2],[2,3]]Output: [2,1]

```
package com.vc.hard;
class CountSubtreesWithMaxDistanceBetweenCities {
public int[] countSubgraphsForEachDiameter(int n, int[][] edges) {
int[][] distance = new int[n][n];
//Assign not reachable for all the combinations except where from == to
for(int from = 0; from < n; from++) {
for(int to = 0; to < n; to++) {
if(from != to) distance[from][to] = Integer.MAX_VALUE;
}
}
//If edge is present assign distance as 1
for(int[] edge: edges) {
int from = edge[0] - 1;
int to = edge[1] - 1;
distance[from][to] = 1;
distance[to][from] = 1;
}
//Calculate distance using floyd Warshall
for(int via = 0; via < n; via++) {
for(int from = 0; from < n; from++) {
for(int to = 0; to < n; to++) {
if(from != to &&
distance[from][via] != Integer.MAX_VALUE && distance[via][to] != Integer.MAX_VALUE) {
distance[from][to] = Math.min(distance[from][to],
distance[from][via] + distance[via][to]);
}
}
}
}
int[] res = new int[n - 1];
//Loop through all the subsets and see if it is sub-tree
//If it is subtree, return maxDistance between any two nodes in a sub tree
for(int state = 0; state < (1 << n); state++) {
int maxDistance = maxDistance(state, distance, n);
if(maxDistance > 0) res[maxDistance - 1]++;
}
return res;
}
private int maxDistance(int state, int[][] distance, int n) {
int countCity = 0, countEdge = 0, maxDistance = 0;
for(int from = 0; from < n; from++) {
if((state & (1 << from)) == 0) continue;
countCity++;
for(int to = from; to < n; to++) {
if((state & (1 << to)) == 0) continue;
countEdge += distance[from][to] == 1 ? 1 : 0;
maxDistance = Math.max(maxDistance, distance[from][to]);
}
}
if(countEdge != countCity - 1) return 0; //Subset is not valid subtree
return maxDistance;
}
}
```

O(2

^{N}) Where

N is total number of cities

O(N

^{2}) Where

N is total number of cities