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Simple graphs having only bifurcations along the backbone get simplified by a 2D projection. If a fork with more than two successors or a fork not located along the backbone, but along a side branch, the 2D simplification would collate the states and ignore the bifurcation. Therefore, the simplification step has to be skipped. This methods checks whether a siplification is possible or not.

1 | ```
.needsToBeExpanded(g, cl)
``` |

`g` |
Trajectory graph; |

`cl` |
Trajectory states vector; logical |

IF: any node has a degree > 3, return `TRUE`

; OTHERWISE:
Check all shortest paths from start node to any leaf in trajectory
tree. IF any path passes a node with degree > 3, which is not located
on the backbone, return `TRUE`

; OTHERWISE: return `FALSE`

.

A logical value

Daniel C. Ellwanger

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