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From Pankaj Malhotra <pankajiit...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: push-relabel flow algorithm
Date Mon, 24 Mar 2014 11:29:30 GMT
If I get your point-1 right, you want to have a vertex class type other
than the ones available, for example: Text. If this is what you want, you
can have a class having as many fields as you want. Then convert the
objects of that class to Json objects using Gson for example. Then, you can
use the Json string to set the fields of the Text class.


On 22 March 2014 04:50, Rana Althunyan <ranooonh@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello experts,
> > I really need your help. I am new to Giraph. I have project on pregel
> paper, and I need to implement One algorithm via Apache Giraph.The
> algorithm is push-relabel flow algorithm. Actually when I started to adapt
> the algorithm to fit to Giraph I found some problems. I will list them.
> >
> > 1- Because any type of data structure are not allowed in Giraph how can
> I store excess flow and distance value for each vertex.
> > 2- When the excess value becomes zero for any vertex, I wanna keep
> vertex flow  during future supersteps even if the vertex received messages.
> > 3- The last point, when I want to send a flow to a vertex, i need store
> two values of residual graph  the remaining value from the edge capacity
> and the amount of flow that we use so far.  How can I do that. How can I
> keep these two values for each vertex in the graph.
> >
> > these following questions may are easy for you ..
> > 4- How can I determine the last vertex as a sink.
> > 5- How can I get the number of all vertexes from the input file .
> >
> > I know I have written many question.I searched a lot in the Internet,
> but I did not find any discussion regards to this algorithm
> >
> > sorry and thank you.I appreciate any help or recommendations
> > Rana
>
>

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