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School: UCSD
Course: Design & Analysis Of Algorithm
Algorithms: CSE 101 Homework II Solve the following problems. Consult the style guide for writing solutions. Each problem is worth 10 points. Problem 1: Finding the k th Smallest Element You are given two sorted lists of size m and n. Give an O(log m + lo
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Course: Intro. To Theory Of Computation
CSE 105: Introduction to the Theory of Comptuation Fall 2010 Problem Set 5 Instructor: Daniele Micciancio Due on: Wed. Nov 10, 2010 Problem 1 Let BIGGER be the set of all strings over the alphabet cfw_0, 1, > of the form x > y , where x and y are binary n
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CSE120 Midterm Exam Fall 2010 Name:_ University of California, San Diego Department of Computer Science of Engineering Midterm Examination 1 CSE120 Operating System Principals Spring, 2011 9:30-10:50am, May 2nd Print your name and ID number neatly in the
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Course: Modern Cryptography
Computer Science and Engineering, UCSD CSE 207: Modern Cryptography Problem Set 4 Solutions Spring 11 Instructor: Mihir Bellare May 4, 2011 Problem Set 4 Solutions Problem 1. [30 points] Let E : cfw_0, 1k cfw_0, 1l cfw_0, 1l be a block cipher. Let D be th
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Course: Intro To Ai Stats Approach
CSE 151: Introduction to Machine Learning Spring 2013 Problem Set 2 Due on: April 25 Instructor: Kamalika Chaudhuri Instructions This is a 40 point homework. Homeworks will graded based on content and clarity. Please show your work clearly for full cred
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CSE 151: Introduction to Machine Learning Spring 2012 Problem Set 2 Due on: May 2, 2012 Instructor: Kamalika Chaudhuri Instructions This is a 20 point homework. Problems 1 and 2 are worth 5 points each; Problem 3 is worth 10 points. Problem 1 Draw ID3 de
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Course: Theory Of Computation
CSE 105: Introduction to the Theory of Computation Winter 2014 Lecture Notes: A nonregular language Instructor: Daniele Micciancio UCSD CSE This lecture notes are provided as a supplement to the textbook. In the textbook you have read about the pumping le
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Course: Design & Analysis Of Algorithm
Design and Analysis of Algorithms: Course Notes Prepared by Samir Khuller Dept. of Computer Science University of Maryland College Park, MD 20742 samir@cs.umd.edu (301) 405 6765 August 14, 2003 Preface These are my lecture notes from CMSC 651: Design and
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Course: Design & Analysis Of Algorithm
Lecture Notes for Algorithm Analysis and Design Sandeep Sen1 November 6, 2013 1 Department of Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Delhi, New Delhi 110016, India. E-mail:ssen@cse.iitd.ernet.in Contents 1 Model and Analysis 1.1 Computing Fibonacci numbers
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Course: Design & Analysis Of Algorithm
CMSC 451 Design and Analysis of Computer Algorithms1 David M. Mount Department of Computer Science University of Maryland Fall 2003 1 Copyright, David M. Mount, 2004, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 20742. These lectur
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Course: Design & Analysis Of Algorithm
Some introductory notes on Design and Analysis of Algorithms Venkatesh Raman The Institute of Mathematical Sciences C. I. T. Campus Chennai - 600 113. email: vraman@imsc.res.in 1 Introduction to Algorithm Design and Analysis 1.1 Introduction An algorithm
School: UCSD
Course: Advanced Data Structures
Lecture 18 Self-organizing data structures: lists, splay trees Data structures for multidimensional data: K-D trees Final review Reading: Weiss, Ch. 4 and Ch. 12 CSE 100, UCSD: LEC 18 Page 1 of 24 Self-organizing data structures The path-compression f
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Course: Advanced Data Structures
Lecture 16 Hashing Hash table and hash function design Hash functions for integers and strings Collision resolution strategies: linear probing, double hashing, random hashing, separate chaining Hash table cost functions Map ADT Reading: Weiss Ch. 5 CSE
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Course: Advanced Data Structures
Lecture 17 Simple vs. more sophisticated algorithm cost analysis The cost of accessing memory B-trees B-tree performance analysis B-tree find, insert, and delete operations B-tree example: a 2-3 tree Reading: Weiss, Ch. 4 section 7 CSE 100, UCSD: LEC 17 P
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Course: Advanced Data Structures
Lecture 15 Radix search Digital search trees Multiway tries Ternary tries CSE 100, UCSD: LEC 15 Page 1 of 39 Whole-key search Consider the usual find operation in a linked list Nodes in the list hold keys The key you are looking for is compared to
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CSE120 Midterm Exam Fall 2010 Name:_ University of California, San Diego Department of Computer Science of Engineering Midterm Examination 1 CSE120 Operating System Principals Spring, 2011 9:30-10:50am, May 2nd Print your name and ID number neatly in the
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Course: Intro Computer Science Java
Student ID _ cs8w _ Name _ Signature _ CSE 8A Final Winter 2011 Page 1 _ (13 points) Page 2 _ (14 points) Page 3 _ (16 points) Page 4 _ (20 points) Page 5 _ (8 points) Page 6 _ (19 points) Page 7 _ (24 points) Page 8 _ (15 points) Page 9 _ (20 points) Pag
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Course: Design & Analysis Of Algorithm
CSE 101 Sample Quiz 1, Spring, 2014 Answer all questions. Give informal (at least) proofs for all answers. Grading will be on completeness and logical correctness, and if applicable, eciency, as well as correctness. Out of 80 points. Order questions- 10 p
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Course: Design & Analysis Of Algorithm
CSE 101 Quiz 3, Spring, 2013 Answer all questions. Give informal (at least) proofs for all answers. Grading will be on completeness and logical correctness, and if applicable, eciency, as well as correctness. Out of 80 points. Greedy algorithms Below, a g
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Course: Design & Analysis Of Algorithm
CSE 101 Quiz 2, Spring, 2013 Answer all questions. Give informal (at least) proofs for all answers. Grading will be on completeness and logical correctness, and if applicable, eciency, as well as correctness. Out of 80 points. Which version of Dijkstra do
School: UCSD
Course: Design & Analysis Of Algorithm
Algorithms: CSE 101 Homework II Solve the following problems. Consult the style guide for writing solutions. Each problem is worth 10 points. Problem 1: Finding the k th Smallest Element You are given two sorted lists of size m and n. Give an O(log m + lo
School: UCSD
Course: Intro. To Theory Of Computation
CSE 105: Introduction to the Theory of Comptuation Fall 2010 Problem Set 5 Instructor: Daniele Micciancio Due on: Wed. Nov 10, 2010 Problem 1 Let BIGGER be the set of all strings over the alphabet cfw_0, 1, > of the form x > y , where x and y are binary n
School: UCSD
Course: Intro To Ai Stats Approach
CSE 151: Introduction to Machine Learning Spring 2013 Problem Set 2 Due on: April 25 Instructor: Kamalika Chaudhuri Instructions This is a 40 point homework. Homeworks will graded based on content and clarity. Please show your work clearly for full cred
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CSE 151: Introduction to Machine Learning Spring 2012 Problem Set 2 Due on: May 2, 2012 Instructor: Kamalika Chaudhuri Instructions This is a 20 point homework. Problems 1 and 2 are worth 5 points each; Problem 3 is worth 10 points. Problem 1 Draw ID3 de
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CSE 151: Introduction to Machine Learning Spring 2012 Problem Set 1 Due on: April 18, 2012 Instructor: Kamalika Chaudhuri Problem 1 Let u1 , . . . , uk be k vectors such that for each i, ui = 1, and ui , uj = 0 for all i = j . For any vector x, we dene P
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Course: Intro To Ai Stats Approach
CSE 151: Introduction to Machine Learning Spring 2013 Problem Set 1 Due on: April 18 Instructor: Kamalika Chaudhuri Instructions This is a 40 point homework. Homeworks will graded based on content and clarity. Please show your work clearly for full cred
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Lab Assignment 4 Carry Look-ahead Adder/Subtractor and Hazard Free Design Due February 28, Thursday, 1:00pm Introduction: This lab assignment consists of two parts: (1) Implementation of a carry look-ahead excess-3 adder/subtractor, and (2) Hazard an
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Lab 2 Part 1: 2's complement Booth's Multiplication Build a 11-bit two's complement multiplier using Booth's algorithm. Part 2: Equivalence Checking Decide whether the function pairs are equivalent or not by implementing these functions and applyi
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Course: Design & Analysis Of Algorithm
CSE 101 Class Notes Today: Recursion vs. Iteration October 16, 2006 On a different subject, here we explore the relationship between recursion and iteration, using as an example the simple problem of finding the maximum of an array. This case is a particu
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Course: Theory Of Computation
Discussion board: We will be using Piazza for class discussion, posting important announcements, distributing assignments, etc. Sign up for the class on piazza clicking here and following the instructions.
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Course: Mathematics For Algorithm And Systems Analysis
CSE 21 Study Guide Disclaimer: Doing all these problems will not guarantee you an A. I do not write the nal, and I do not know what will be on it. However, I have tried to cover the basics. So, if you can do all of these without any help from the book, yo
School: UCSD
Course: Theory Of Computation
Theory of Computation - CSE 105 Computability Study Guide Chapter 3: The ChurchTuring Thesis 1. Exercises: 3, 6, 7, 8 - Page 147. 2. Problems: 9-15, 19, Page 149. Chapter 4: Decidability Problems: 10-22, Page 16970. Chapter 5: Reducibility 1. Prob
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University of California, San Diego Department of Computer Science and Engineering CSE 3 Fluency with Information Technolgy Wtr 2014 Lecture: MWF noon-12:50pm WLH 2005 Instructor: Office: Office Hours: Email: Susan Marx EBU-3B Room 2206 (CSE bldg across f
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Course: Advanced Data Structures
CSE 100 Advanced data structures Data structures lay at the very core of effective software engineering. The use of an appropriate structure to solve the problem at hand is the true difference between a software engineer and a programmer/hacker. In the re
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Course: Intro Discrete Mathematics
Welcome to CSE 20 Discrete Mathematics Instructor: Cynthia Lee Email: clbailey@cs.ucsd.edu* Office Hours: 2-3pm Wednesdays TA: Sat Garcia Email: sat@cs.ucsd.edu* Office Hours: 4-5pm Mondays * Questions: All non-confidential questions should be posted
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CSE 8B: Introduction to Computer Science: Java Winter 2009 Course Basics (additional IMPORTANT information is on the class web page. READ IT!) Instructor: Office: Phone: Email: Office Hours: Dr. Beth Simon (call me "Beth" or "Dr. Simon") CSE 4104 858
School: UCSD
Course: Advanced Data Structures
Course URL: http:/www.cse.ucsd.edu/classes/fa08/cse100/ Welcome to CSE 100 Data Structures Instructor: Cynthia Lee Email: clbailey@cs.ucsd.edu* Office Hours: Th 12:20p 2:00p in CSE 3254 TA: Brian McFee Email: bmcfee@cs.ucsd.edu* Office Hours: TBA *
School: UCSD
Course: Discrete Mathmatics
Welcome to CSE 20 Discrete Mathematics Instructor: Cynthia Lee Email: clbailey@cs.ucsd.edu* Office Hours: 2-3pm Wednesdays TA: Sat Garcia Email: sat@cs.ucsd.edu* Office Hours: 4-5pm Mondays * Questions: All non-confidential questions should be posted