I am searching for an implementation of an algorithm that constructs three edge independent spanning trees from a 3-edge connected graph. Any response will be appreciated. Thanks in Advance.
The problem can be reduced to the edge orientation problem. Where if tree width (number of independent trees) is c, we need to orient the edges such that each vertex has an outdegree of at most c.
For planar graphs, where c = 3, an O(n log n) algorithm is given by . For general graphs, a simple O(m + n) time algorithm computing a (2c - 1) orientation is shown in . Other algorithms computing exact c orientation are harder including  and .
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