The Largest Clique

Given a directed graph G, consider the following transformation. First, create a new graph T(G) to have the same vertex set as G. Create a directed edge between two vertices u and v in T(G) if and only if there is a path between u and v in G that follows the directed edges only in the for- ward direction. This graph T(G) is often called the transitive closure of G. We define a clique in a directed graph as a set of vertices U such that for any two vertices u and v in U, there is a directed edge either from u to v or from v to u (or both). The size of a clique is the number of vertices in the clique. Input The number of cases is given on the first line of input. Each test case describes a graph G. It begins with a line of two integers n and m, where 0 ≤ n ≤ 1000 is the number of vertices of G and 0 ≤ m ≤ 50, 000 is the number of directed edges of G. The vertices of G are numbered from 1 to n. The following m lines contain two distinct integers u and v between 1 and n which define a directed edge from u to v in G. Output For each test case, output a single integer that is the size of the largest clique in T(G). Sample Input 1 55 12 23 31 41 52 Sample Output 4