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You are given a modified graph with N vertices and M edges. Each vertex is a rectangle [ dimension of each vertex may be different ] . Your task is to place these vertices in 2-d space such that :
- No two vertices overlap [ remember, they are rectangles ]
- All rectangles have their sides parallel to the axis.
- Rectangles cannot be rotated.
For every edge in the graph, add the manhattan distance between the centres of the vertex for each edge as the cost of a solution ( C ).
Now, there might be multiple ways to achieve this. So, you have to strive to keep C as low as possible.
First line contains t ( ≤ 100 ) equal to the number of test cases. For each test case, the first line contains 2 space separated integers ( N and M respectively ). Then M lines follow, each line containing 2 integers x and y ( 0 ≤ x,y < N , x ≠ y ) denoting an edge between vertex x and y. Then follow N lines, where line number i contains 2 integers a and b denoting the dimension of the ith vertex [ Here, a denotes the length parallel to x-axis and b denotes the length parallel to y-axis ]
( Note : If the same pair x,y appears multiple times, it denotes multiple edges and hence, each pair contributes to the cost ).
NOTE : Please note that all solutions will be tested on another set of test data after the contest which will follow the same pattern for test case generation ( as mentioned in 'Test Case Generation' section ). The final score for a solution will be the score of solution on latter test data.
For each test case, print N lines , each containing 2 floating point numbers X and Y, denoting the co-ordinates of the centre of vertex i.
Note : -109 ≤ X,Y ≤ 109 . Solutions not following the mentioned constraints will be adjudged as wrong answer.
Please note that the answers may not be optimal
The Score for a solution = (C+1).
Your total score is the sum of your score for all the test cases.
You have to keep the score as low as possible.
2 ≤ N ≤ 50
1 ≤ M ≤ 200 [ The edges are randomly generated ]
1 ≤ a,b ≤ 100000
There can be multiple edges between a pair of vertices.
Additionally for 50% of the cases 2 ≤ N ≤ 20. Also, for about 50% of cases, all vertices are squares [ a = b ] of same size.
Test Case Generation
There are about 100 cases in total. For first 50 cases, the number of vertex ( n ) is chosen as a random number in the interval [3,20]. The number of edges (m) is chosen as a random number in the range [2, n*(n-1)/2]. Then all edges are chosen as random pair of integers. All vertex are given the same dimension with the probability 0.5 else they are given a random dimension in [1,100000] * [1,100000].
For other 50 cases, n is chosen as a random integer in the interval [3,50]. m is chosen randomly from [2, min( n*(n-1)/2, 200) ]. Rest of the procedure remains the same.
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Score for sample output : 10.0 ( Better answers may be possible )
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|Time Limit:||1.27 sec|
|Source Limit:||50000 Bytes|
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