SO i have here 8 persons(their links in coumn1&2) with relation1 as regulation and relation2 as interaction(column3).
I wrote a program which searches for the links between 3 persons in the following way: if we consider 3 persons(a pattern) 1,2,3 then there should be a link between (1,2)(1,3)&(2,3) and the relation should be always1(regulation).Then the output should be those 3 persons(1,2,3).
*If there exists a reverselink between (2,1) and also when a link has both the relations(1&2-regulation and interaction)then the pattern should be ignored For example in the case of 3,4,5.we have (3,4)(3,5)&(4,5) with the relation 1 and we also have a reverse regulation(5,4). In this case 3,4,5 shouldnot be counted.
Also6,7,8.Links (6,7)(6,8)&(7,8)all with relation 1 but at the lastline we also have a link (7,8)with a relation2.So it should also be ignored.
THe original file which I have used as input has around 1300 persons and almost 6000 rows(links).Computational time is too much and also the baove program gives the output which considers reverse regulation.Which shouldnot happen?
Kindly correct my code running the sample input file given above.
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