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Need all paths of a node

Need all paths of a node

Need all paths of a node

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Hi,

i've uploaded a model which is in fact a directed graph. As you are professionals and I'm a newbie to prolog maybe you can help me with my problem. I've spend so much time with this issue and I think it is not a problem for you guys to do it in PROLOG.

In my model I have 10 nodes, 25 arcs and a few connectors. These are XOR (a 'x' in that quad), OR (a 'circle' in the quad) and AND (a '+' in the quad).

Can one code all possible paths, e.g. from node 1 to node 10 respecting the circles in that directed graph in PROLOG? Is this realisable? How would be the code?

Thank you very much in advance for your answer!

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