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I have most of the code done. I need help having it pass the pytest.
Weighted graphs show up as a way to represent information in many applications, such as communication networks, water, power and energy systems, mazes, games and any problem where there is a measurable relationship between two or more things. It is therefore important to know how to represent graphs, and to understand important operations and algorithms associated with graphs. For this project, you will implement a directed, weighted graph and associated operations along with breadth-first search and Dijkstra's Shortest Path algorithms.

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Weighted Graphs
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Duration: 8 hours
Weighted graphs show up as a way to represent information in many applications, such as
communication networks, water, power and energy systems, mazes, games and any
problem where there is a measurable relationship between two or more things. It is
therefore important to know how to represent graphs, and to understand important
operations and algorithms associated with graphs. For this project, you will implement a
directed, weighted graph and associated operations along with breadth-first search and
Dijkstra's Shortest Path algorithms.
There are a number of nice Python modules for representing, displaying and operating on
graphs. You are not allowed to use any of them for this project.
For this project, you will write a Graph ADT and a small main function as a small test driver
“application”. Include main() in your graph.py source file with conditional execution. It is
common for modules to include a runnable main() to use for testing purposes. It happens
in this case, you will have both main() AND the test code we give you to test your
implementation.
Graph ADT
Your Graph ADT will support the following operations:
add_vertex(label): add a vertex with the specified label. Return the graph. label must be a
string or raise ValueError
add_edge(src, dest, w): add an edge from vertex src to vertex dest with weight w. Return
the graph. validate src, dest, and w: raise ValueError if not valid.
float get_weight(src, dest) : Return the weight on edge src-dest (math.inf if no path exists,
raise ValueError if src or dest not added to graph).
dfs(starting_vertex): Return a generator for traversing the graph in depth-first order
starting from the specified vertex. Raise a ValueError if the vertex does not exist.
bfs(starting_vertex): Return a generator for traversing the graph in breadth-first order
starting from the specified vertex. Raise a ValueError if the vertex does not exist.
list dsp(src, dest): Return a tuple (path length , the list of vertices on the path from dest
back to src). If no path exists, return the tuple (math.inf, empty list.)
dict dsp_all(src): Return a dictionary of the shortest weighted path between src and all
other vertices using Dijkstra's Shortest Path algorithm. In the dictionary, the key is the the
destination vertex label, the value is a list of vertices on the path from src to dest inclusive.
__str__: Produce a string representation of the graph that can be used with print(). The
format of the graph should be in GraphViz dot notation, which is explained at
https://graphs.grevian.org/example and many other places on the web. See Figure 1.
Python Generators
A good explanation of a python generator is found at
https://wiki.python.org/moin/Generators
Displaying Output of Graph Operations on an Example Graph G In
main(), you will do the following:
1. Construct the graph shown in Figure 1 using your ADT.
2. Print it to the console in GraphViz notation as shown in Figure 1.
3. Print results of DFS starting with vertex “A” as shown in Figure 2.
4. BFS starting with vertex “A” as shown in Figure 3.
5. Print the path from vertex “A” to vertex “F” (not shown here) using Djikstra’s
shortest path algorithm (DSP) as a string like #3 and #4.
6. Print the shortest paths from “A” to each other vertex, one path per line using DSP.
https://graphs.grevian.org/example
https://graphs.grevian.org/example
https://wiki.python.org/moin/Generators
https://wiki.python.org/moin/Generators
The output of print(G) might look like Figure 1. Exact order does not matter as long as the
edges are correct.
graph {
A->B[label="2.0",weight="2.0"];
A->F[label="9.0",weight="9.0"];
B->C[label="8.0",weight="8.0"];
B->D[label="15.0",weight="15.0"];
B->F[label="6.0",weight="6.0"];
C->D[label="1.0",weight="1.0"];
E->C[label="7.0",weight="7.0"];
E->D[label="3.0",weight="3.0"];
F->B[label="6.0",weight="6.0"];
F->E[label="3.0",weight="3.0"];
}
Figure 1. Directed graph G printed to console using GraphViz dot notation.
If this code were run:
print("starting BFS with vertex A")
for vertex in graph.bfs("A"):
print(vertex, end = "")
print()
starting BFS with vertex A
ABFCDE
Figure 2. Example of Breadth-First Traversal on example graph G.
If this code were run:
print("starting BFS with vertex A")
for vertex in graph.dfs("A"):
print(vertex, end = "")
print()
starting BFS with vertex A
AFEDCB
Figure 3. Printing the output of Depth-First Traversal on example graph G.
What to Submit
Submit in Canvas as project7.zip:
1. graph.py → contains your graph ADT and all the operations and conditional
main().
2. A link to a short video showing results of your code running, about 1 minute max.
Post the video on Youtube, for example, with a unlisted link, and submit the link
in comments to your submission.
Grading (100 points) pylint will be run on graph.py. Expected
minimum score is 8.5.
Score is the sum of:
• Percentage test cases passed x 80 points
• min(Coding style score/8.5, 1) x 20 points
• Possible adjustment due to physical inspection of the code, to make sure you
actually implemented things.

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