Sociologists are interested in the phenomenon of "friendship". To study this property, they analyze various groups of people. For each two persons in such a group they determine whether they are friends (it is assumed that this relation is symmetric). The sociologists are mostly interested in the sets of friends. The set S of people is the set of friends if every two persons in S are friends. However, studying the sets of friends turns out to be quite complicated, since there are too many such sets. Therefore, they concentrate just on the maximal sets of friends. A set of friends S is maximal if every person that does not belong to S is not a friend with someone in S.
Given a graph G(V, E), a clique is a sub-graph g(v, e), so that for all vertex pairs v1, v2 in v, there exists an edge (v1, v2) in e. Maximum clique is the clique that has maximum number of vertex.