Authors: Óscar Emilio Chamizo Sánchez
Hamiltonian circuit problem (HCP for short) is one of the most famous and deeply investigated problem in computation. Given a (directed or undirected, 2 or 3 dimensional1) graph the simple goal is to answer to the question whether exists or not a circuit that visits each vertex exactly once. Since the problem of finding a Hamiltonian circuit is NP-complete, the only known way so far to find whether a general graph has a Hamiltonian circuit was to perform and exhaustive search with exponential execution time. In this paper we present an interesting supplement from our paper: "A new approach: A hardware device model solving Traveling Salesman Problem in O(n2) time. Practical application and theoretical consequences"  now solving any instance of HCP in O(n2) time. In section 1 we go directly to the device model and prove mathematically its validity. In section 2 we explain the basic ideas behind the model. In section 3 we analyze complexity and software and hardware design.
Comments: 6 Pages. Minor errors corrected in algorithmic design.
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