 
Summary: Homework 7 (10 points) Due at midnight
This is to be completed individually, rather than as a group. You are welcome to
compare answers for two problems with two different people (a total of 4
problems), but the rest should be your own work. Identify the other individuals
you consulted with. Turn in by submitting to the EAGLE grading system. See
http://eagle.cs.usu.edu/.
1. (8 points) Logon to the CSILM system (csilm.usu.edu) as a . Select Solving Problems Using
Graphs.
Answer the questions (questions in green and the super* question). Recall that when you model
problems as graphs, there needs to be a "translation" from the way we think of the problem in real life
and how we model it. To model a scheduling conflict as a graph coloring problem, the activities
correspond to a graph part. The "conflict" corresponds to a graph part. The "colors" correspond to a
graph part.
2. Run Alice. (2 points) (Work through Tutorials 2 through 4 as you have time. This assignment doesn't
require that you have finished the tutorials.) Read through chapter 9 of your text. Create a world with
a dozen or so fish. Using the object movement controls shown below, move the fish so they are all
