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Relationships between people may be
represented in a matrix as a series of binary
digits. For example, the direct relationships
for person with persons through 5 might
be shown as 101100. This means that
person Oknows persons 0, 2 and 3, the
indices of each of the 1 values. A relationship
is transitive. In other words, if person
Oknows person 2 and person 2 knows
person 3, then person Oknows person
3 through person 2. A group is composed of
all of the people who know one another,
whether directly or transitively.
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int countGroups (vector related) {
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Example
Consider the following relationships matrix:
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Consider the following relationships matrix:
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int countGroups (vector related) {
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Persons 0 and 1 are connected, while person
2 is not. There are 2 groups.
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Determine the number of groups
represented in a matrix.
Note: The method signatures may vary
slightly depending on the requirements of
the chosen language. For example,
language will have an argument that
represents the number of rows and columns
in the matrix. Also, Java will receive a list
rather than an array.
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Complete the function countGroups in the
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countGroups has the following parameter(s):
int related[n]: an array of strings of binary
digits related[i] that represent connections of
people
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Returns:
int: an integer that represents the number
of groups of people
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size of related[] n = 4
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int countGroups (vector related) {
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Explanation
Squares highlighting a connection
between two people are highlighted in
green. Each of the people is known to self,
so they are highlighted in gray.
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The 2 groups formed are :
{related[0], related[1], related[2]}
and {related[3]}
There are n = 4 people numbered
related[0] through related[3).
There are 2 pairs who directly know each
another: (related[0], related[1]) and
(related[1], related[2]). Because a relation is
transitive, the set of people {related[O],
related[1], related[2]] is considered a single
group.
The remaining person, related[3], does not
know any other people and is a separate
group: {related[3]).
There are a total of 2 groups.
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