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I came across Qiskit's 'Max-Cut and Traveling Salesman Problem' and would like to adapt it to currency arbitrage problem.

I have assigned currencies as nodes in the code below, and written the currency exchange rates in a matrix.

I'm not sure whether the edges are being assigned to the exchange rate, and what is causing the error?

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Thanks in advance for any help! :)

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    – poig
    Jun 10 at 16:19

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The code is looking for the "weight" as an attribute of edge, in this case each edge being a dictionary of attributes. It is failing in get_item call as its trying to get this item from the dictionary there but instead you have a float, i.e. the weight directly. Its expecting weights to be accessed this way

graph.edges[w, v]["weight"]

Taking a look at this routine that builds out a random TSP may be helpful too as it shows the way things are expected as well.

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