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College of Computer & Information Science CS5800 Northeastern University Algorithms Summer 2 2017 Aug 16 2017 CS5800 - Algorithms - Final exam 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. Closed-book and closed-notes exam: This exam is closed-book. No sources of any kind, electronic or physical, can be consulted during the course of this exam. No collaboration of any kind is permitted. Policy on cheating: Students who violate the above rules on scholastic hon- esty are subject to disciplinary penalties. Any student caught cheating will receive an F (failing grade) for the course, and the case will be forwarded to the Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution. Sign below and confirm
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