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Algorithm D&A Instructor: Noh-Jin Park Program Assignment 2 Due: Midnight Nov. 30, 2010 In this assignment, you will experiment with graphs, and graph algorithm. A social network can be represented as a graph whose vertices represent people and whose edges represent relationships between people. You will implement a program that reads in and analyzes a social network, where the relationship is defined as “knowing” one another. If two people know one another, there will be an undirected edge connecting their corresponding vertices in the graph representation of the social network . Your program will analyze the minimum, maximum and average degree of vertices in the network, the average shortest path length between every pair of persons, the longest shortest path length between two people, and the largest clique in the graph (a set of people who all know each other). Specifically: 1. Your program will take a file name as an argument. The first two lines of the file will contain the number of persons P

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