Use your directed graph class(es) to implement Dijkstra's shortest path
algorithm.
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Sample Java code
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Sample data file "p3graphData.txt"
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Use your directed graph to compute a topological sort
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Sample data file "p2graphData.txt"
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Build and exercise a directed graph Details here.
Build and exercise a binary heap Details here.
Comparative Analysis of BST vs. SPLT Details here.
Implement and test a Splay Tree in Java. Details here.
Implement and test a BST in Java. Details here.
Write an axiomatic specification for the ADT Sorted LIST of strings (call it SLIST). Express it in ML, and use the Guttag method for generating the axioms. For SLIST use this signature:
new: --> SLIST add: LIST x elt --> SLIST assume input list is sorted, and make sure return LIST is also rem: LIST x int --> SLIST remove element in position i get: LIST x int --> elt return the element in position i find: LIST x elt --> int return position containing elt empty: LIST --> boolean size: LIST --> intThese operations are the "public" interface of the ADT. It is ok, if you need to do so, to write some "internal" operations that assist you in implementing the public operations. Internal operations are not visible to be called by code using the SLIST ADT.
For this assignment use Java. Create a program that uses the Bridge design pattern to build and exercise QUEUE of real with 2 different implementations. Use this ADT signature:
new: --> QUEUE enq: QUEUE x real --> QUEUE deq: QUEUE --> QUEUE front: QUEUE --> real size: QUEUE --> int empty: QUEUE --> booleanThis is the set of methods the front end will offer. On the backend will be multiple implementations to make happen the actions called for on the frontend.
Backend implementations:
Your main program will be a driver that will create one of each kind of QUEUE. Then exercise each stack with the same data and sequences of operations to show that each implementation behaves the same.
If you wish to get started on this now, you can build a class that implements QUEUE using an array. Then build the classes needed to implement QUEUE using linked cells.BQUE of E new: pos -> BQUE (here, pos is int > 0) enq: BQUE x E -> BQUE deq: BQUE -> BQUE front: BQUE -> E back: BQUE -> E size: BQUE -> nat (naturals, int >=0 ) max: BQUE -> pos empty: BQUE -> boolean full: BQUE -> booleanAs with the LIST definition, make sure to supply ML code that tests the specs to make sure they are correct.