An undirected graph is a graph in which the nodes are connected by undirected arcs. An undirected arc is an edge that has no arrow. Both ends of an undirected arc are equivalent--there is no head or tail. Therefore, we represent an edge in an undirected graph as a set rather than an ordered pair.
Now given an undirected graph, you could delete any number of edges as you wish. Then you will get one or more connected sub graph from the original one (Any of them should have more than one vertex).
You goal is to make all the connected sub graphs exist the Hamiltonian circuit after the delete operation. What’s more, you want to know the minimum sum of all the weight of the edges on the “Hamiltonian circuit” of all the connected sub graphs (Only one “Hamiltonian circuit” will be calculated in one connected sub graph! That is to say if there exist more than one “Hamiltonian circuit” in one connected sub graph, you could only choose the one in which the sum of weight of these edges is minimum).
For example, we may get two possible sums:
(1) 7 + 10 + 5 = 22
(2) 7 + 10 + 2 = 19
(There are two “Hamiltonian circuit” in this graph!)