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in comments but you do not need to use comments in your data file.) 3 / * = the number of vertices * / / * start numerating vertices from 1 * / / * for a given vertex list all adjacent vertices and weights end by -1 * / / * format: vertex, adjacent_vertex, weight, adjacent_vertex, weight,..., -1 * / 1 2 5 3 2 -1 2 3 4 -1 3 -1 -1 / * end of file * / Display the graph in a similar format on the screen. Ask the user about the source and destination vertices in a graph. Display the value of the shortest path along with all the intermediate vertices with weights starting at the source and ending at the destination. Example: 2 6 1 S ----> A ----> B ----> D Total wight of the shortest path from S to D = 9 Display the total number of comparisons in order to compare the performance of the Dijkstra’s algorithm. You should count * the number of comparisons to remove minimum and restructure the heap after this operation * the number of comparisons used to find/update and decrease element key value in the priority queue and its heap representation. 2
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Report In addition to the regular programming assignment report you should include answers to the following problems.
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