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A linear bound is impossible. Suppose your graph is a star, with half of the edges oriented towards the universal vertex $u$ and the rest oriented outward. In the transitive closure, the maximal cliques will be triangles, each of them containing $u$ and exactly one of its inneighbors and one of its outneighbors. This gives a quadratic number of maximal (and ...


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