## Description

You are given an undirected simple graph G = (V, E). Let V1 and V2 partition V . Edges of the

form (v1, v2), v1 ∈ V1 and v2 ∈ V2 are called bridges induces by the partition V1 and V2. You

are to report a two-part partition of V such that the number of bridges is maximized.

0.1 Command Line Arguments

Your command line argument for this assignment is a single input file name.

0.2 The Input File Format

Each input file should contain one graph. The format is as follows. First you must have an

integer n which represents the number of vertices on which the graph is defined. Given n, the

n-element vertex set is implicitly understood to be {0, 1, . . . , n − 1}. Then, you will need to

have a n × n binary matrix. The following is an example.

4

1 0 0 1

1 0 1 1

0 0 0 0

0 1 0 1

1

Couple of notes regarding the input:

1. The input may not be a symmetric matrix. If either aij = 1 or aji = 1, then you should

interpret it as an undirected edge between vertex i and vertex j.

2. The input can be in free format. The elements in the matrix need not be formatted

in the proper matrix format. The only guarantee you have is that each element of the

matrix is separated from the next (taken in row major sequence) by some white space.

For example, the following is equivalent to the above input example.

4 1 0 0 1 1 0

1 1

0 0 0

0

0 1

0 1

0.3 Output

For this lab, you again get a reprieve from strict output formatting. You must simply report

all the required information in an understandable way.

You must report:

1. the elements of part V1 in increasing order (note that V2 is implied),

2. the number of bridge edges,

3. a list of bridge edges.

Uploading into MOODLE

Your code should be written as a single .c file. You must first compress the file using gzip -c

filename.c > filename.c.gz and then the compressed .gz file must be uploaded into moodle.

A link will be set up for this purpose in moodle.

Your TA for this lab

CS08B031, CS10B052, CS11B001 — CS11B009 Saurav Kant Jha

CS11B011 — CS11B021 Tejas Kulkarni

CS11B022 — CS11B032 Paresh Nakhe

CS11B033 — CS11B042 Shrikant Polawar

CS11B043 — CS11B053 Sai Sreenivas

CS11B054 — CS11B063 Nishaanth

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