### Graphs: \footnote -> \foot

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 ... ... @@ -460,7 +460,7 @@ The key part of Dinic's algorithm is to find a \em{blocking flow} in the \em{lev A \em{blocking flow} is a flow satisfying the property that every (directed) path from source to target contains a saturated edge, i.e. edge where the flow equals the capacity. The \em{level graph} contains exactly the vertices and edges which lie on some shortest path from~$s$ to~$t$ in the residual network\footnote{Residual network is a network containing from~$s$ to~$t$ in the residual network\foot{Residual network is a network containing the edges with non-zero residual capacity, that is, difference between capacity and a flow. Capacity of each edge in residual network is exactly the residual capacity.}. The important property of level graph is that it is acyclic and it can be decomposed into ... ...
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