Human Knot
Time Limit : 2 Second
Memory Limit : 128 MB
Submission: 79
Solved: 20
 Description
 A classic icebreaking exercise is for a group of n people to form a circle and then arbitrarily join hands with one another. This forms a "human knot" since the players' arms are most likely intertwined. The goal is then to unwind the knot to form a circle of players with no arms crossed.
We now adapt this game to a more general and more abstract setting where the physical constraints of the problem are gone. Suppose we represent the initial knot with a 2regular graph inscribed in a circle (i.e., we have a graph with n vertices with exactly two edges incident on each vertex). Initially, some edges may cross other edges and this is undesirable. This is the "knot" we wish to unwind.
A "move" involves moving any vertex to a new position on the circle, keeping its edges intact. Our goal is to make the fewest possible moves such that we obtain one nsided polygon with no edgecrossings remaining.
For example, here is a knot on 4 vertices inscribed in a circle, but two edges cross each other. By moving vertex 4 down to the position between 2 and 3, a graph without edgecrossings emerges. This was achieved in a single move, which is clearly optimal in this case.
When n is larger, things may not be quite as clear. Below we see a knot on 6 vertices. We might consider moving vertex 4 between 5 and 6, then vertex 5 between 1 and 2, and finally vertex 6 between 3 and 4; this unwinds the knot in 3 moves.
But clearly we can unwind the same knot in only two moves:
 Input
 The input consists of a number of cases. Each case starts with a line containing the integer n (3 <= n <= 500), giving the number of vertices of the graph. The vertices are labelled clockwise from 1 to n. Each of the next n lines gives a pair of neighbors, where line i (1 <= i <= n) specifies the two vertices adjacent to vertex i. The input is terminated by n = 0.
 Output
 For each case, if there is no solution, print "Not solvable." on a line by itself. If there is a solution, print "Knot solvable." on a line by itself, followed by the minimum number of moves required to solve the problem, on a line by itself.
 sample input

6 4 5 3 5 2 6 1 6 1 2 3 4 6 2 6 1 4 5 6 2 5 3 4 1 3 0
 sample output

Knot solvable. 2 Knot solvable. 1
 hint
 source
 Rocky Mountain 2006