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From: otsusan (syassy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-12-11 22:33:01
I'm BGL true newbie, too.
>I suspect that I'm violating some intrinsic size limit in the BGL
>adjacency_list class or similar.
>Are there such limits, and can they be extended?
>Any clue would be really appreciated.
Sorry, I don't know how large the BGL's limitation is.
But I can show you my experience.
I've tried to treat a graph for a few weeks.
5E+5 vertices and 5E+6 edges
(required 500MB memory)
1E+6 vertices and 1E+7 edges
(runs short of the memory and incredibly slow, so I stopped it
manually.I think it will succeed, if I have more large memory.)
The environment I tried is..
ram 512MB(paging size:2GB)
vc++6.0 with STL it includes.
I wonder these limitation also is related to size of property map.
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