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College of Computer & Information Science CS5800 Northeastern University Algorithms Summer 2 2017 ??? CS5800 - Algorithms - Final example Note: This is an example. It should give you a rough idea of what the final will look like, and is meant to help you review the material and study for the exam. Naturally, your exam might have a different number of questions, cover slightly different topics, etc. Duration, Problems, and Points: This is a 3 hours exam. There are 5 problems, for a total of 100 points. Read all the problems through first and solve them in the order that allows you to make the most progress. A note on grading: Your grade on any problem will be determined on the basis of the correctness of your solution and the clarity of the description. In case you are not able to present an algorithm that has the desired properties, give the best algorithm you have designed. Show your work, as partial credit may be given. If you need extra space, use the blank facing page.

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• Fall '12
• Algorithms, Human height, Flow network, Maximum flow problem, Max-flow min-cut theorem, College of Computer & Information Science, slightly different topics

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