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### Greedy

Course: CS 263, Fall 2009
School: CSU Channel Islands
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and Outline Reading The Greedy Method The Greedy Method Technique (5.1) Fractional Knapsack Problem (5.1.1) Task Scheduling (5.1.2) Minimum Spanning Trees (7.3) [future lecture] The Greedy Method 1 The Greedy Method 2 The Greedy Method Technique The greedy method is a general algorithm design paradigm, built on the following elements: configurations: different choices, collections, or values to find objective...

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