e Inthe find clustering algorithm, suppose wehave access to the sorted set of edges and weknow that each of the returned clustered willhave at most c nodes for some constant c. Inthis case, what...

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e Inthe find clustering algorithm, suppose we have access to the sorted set of edges and we know that each of the returned clustered will have at most c nodes for some constant c. In this case, what would be the execution time of the find clustering algorithm? To receive a full grade, you will need to analyze the running time and express it in big-O terms. Note that in this question, we are assuming that we have access to the sorted set of edges and the running time of sorting the edges should not be counted as a part of the algorithm (30 points).
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Answer To: e Inthe find clustering algorithm, suppose wehave access to the sorted set of edges and weknow...

Aditi answered on Mar 24 2023
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A greedy approach called Kruskal's algorithm is used to determine the weighted undirected
graph's lowest spanning tree. If we have access to the sorted set of edges and know that each of the returned clusters will have at most c nodes, we can modify the implementation of Kruskal's algorithm to stop as soon as we find c clusters.
To implement this, we can use a union-find data structure to keep...
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