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CMSC 350 PROJECT 4

CMSC 350 PROJECT 4

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Create a GraphUMUC <T> generic class that can represent a graph data structure where each node is of type T. 
Specific requirements include: 
 Define appropriate methods, including a good toString() method. 
 Implement depth and breadth first traversal algorithms on a the GraphUMUC <T> class defined above. 
 Use a data file format from the Week 7 Discussions as input to your program. 
 Generate a variety of graph data files to test your program, using a String data type. 
 Generate a variety of graph data files using the class you defined in W1E1. 
 Extend the GUI interface you have been using for the previous projects in this class. 
 Demonstrate that your program works. 
 Submission should include the following in a single zip file: 
o a readme file (see below) 
o all source code files 
o relevant data files 
 Documentation (a readme file) for the project should include the following sections: 
o a description of the design, 
o a user's guide 
o a test plan 
o a section on lessons learned 
o this should be a single file in one of the following formats: doc, docx, txt, odt, pdf 
o this should be a professional quality presentation 
o there should be appropriate comments in the source code files 
 
Submit your zip file to the project 4 submission area. 


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