Assignment 10 CS329E Topological Sort solution

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In this assignment, you will implement the Topological Sort and run it on the following graph shown in
Figure 1.
Figure 1: Example directed graph as input data
You will complete the topo.txt file that will be used as input for your program. The first couple of edges
are given.
• The first line in topo.txt will be a single integer v. This number will denote the number of vertices to
follow.
• The next v lines will be the labels for the vertices in alphabetical order.
• There will be one label to a line. The labels are unique.
• The next line after the labels for vertices will be a single number e. This number will denote the
number of edges to follow. There will be one edge per line.
• Each edge will be of the form – fromVertex and toVertex. Assign a default weight of 1 to each edge.
Here is the outline of the code that we developed in class that you will be modifying. You will use
topo.txt instead of graph.txt as your input file. You can add an Edge class if you want to. You may use any
of the functions that you wrote for graph traversal in your last assignment. You can add more functions as
needed. You will first test if the given Graph does not contain a cycle and then do a topological sort on that
Graph. For your output, the vertices on a given level must be printed in alphabetical order.
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Input:
1 14
2 m
3 n
4 o
5 p
6 q
7 r
8 s
9 t
10 u
11 v
12 w
13 x
14 y
15 z
16 21
17 m q
18 m r
19 m x
20 n o
21 n q
22 n u
23 . . .
Output:
For the data file given, your output will look as follows:
1 The G raph d o e s n ot ha ve a c y c l e .
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3 L i s t o f v e r t i c e s a f t e r t o p o s o r t
4 [ ’m’ , ’ n ’ , ’ p ’ , ’ o ’ , ’ q ’ , ’s ’ , ’ r ’ , ’ u ’ , ’ y ’ , ’ t ’ , ’ v ’ , ’w’ , ’ x ’ , ’ z ’ ]
Pair Programming
For this assignment you may work with a partner. Both of you must read the paper on Pair Programming1
and abide by the ground rules as stated in that paper. If you are working with a partner then only one of you
will be submitting the code. But make sure that your partner’s name and UT EID is in the header. If you are
working alone then remove the partner’s name and eid from the header.
1.1 Turnin
Turn in your assignment on time on Gradescope system on Canvas. For the due date of the assignments,
please see the Gradescope and Canvas systems.
1.2 Academic Misconduct Regarding Programming
In a programming class like our class, there is sometimes a very fine line between ”cheating” and acceptable
and beneficial interaction between students (In different assignment groups). Thus, it is very important that
1Read this paper about Pair Programming https://collaboration.csc.ncsu.edu/laurie/Papers/
Kindergarten.PDF
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you fully understand what is and what is not allowed in terms of collaboration with your classmates. We
want to be 100% precise, so that there can be no confusion.
The rule on collaboration and communication with your classmates is very simple: you cannot transmit
or receive code from or to anyone in the class in any way – visually (by showing someone your code),
electronically (by emailing, posting, or otherwise sending someone your code), verbally (by reading code to
someone) or in any other way we have not yet imagined. Any other collaboration is acceptable.
The rule on collaboration and communication with people who are not your classmates (or your TAs or
instructor) is also very simple: it is not allowed in any way, period. This disallows (for example) posting
any questions of any nature to programming forums such as StackOverflow. As far as going to the web and
using Google, we will apply the ”two line rule”. Go to any web page you like and do any search that you
like. But you cannot take more than two lines of code from an external resource and actually include it in
your assignment in any form. Note that changing variable names or otherwise transforming or obfuscating
code you found on the web does not render the ”two line rule” inapplicable. It is still a violation to obtain
more than two lines of code from an external resource and turn it in, whatever you do to those two lines after
you first obtain them.
Furthermore, you should cite your sources. Add a comment to your code that includes the URL(s) that
you consulted when constructing your solution. This turns out to be very helpful when you’re looking at
something you wrote a while ago and you need to remind yourself what you were thinking.
We will use the following Code plagiarism Detection Software to automatically detect plagiarism.
• Staford MOSS
https://theory.stanford.edu/˜aiken/moss/
• Jplag – Detecting Software Plagiarism
https://github.com/jplag/jplag and https://jplag.ipd.kit.edu/
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