Engineering
xercises
2. For the directed tree below, list the vertices in the
Exercises
1. For each of the following problems, give a precise
atement of the problem in the style used on page 3
order they would be visited by a preorder
traversal, a postorder traversal and an inorder
traversal.
a
statement of the problem in the style used on page 3.
Testing if a given string is a palindrome (reads the
same way forwards and backwards).
PUT: Character string
=a
. .
g
b
h
c
d
f
e
INPUT: Character string
sa
1
a
2
. . .
a
n
.
OUTPUT: True if
a
i
=
a
n
+1–
i
for 1
≤
i
≤
n
, else False.
Find a Hamiltonian cycle (a simple cycle that
includes every vertex) in an undirected graph.
preorder
:
a g d c b h f e
postorder: d c g b f e h a
inorder: d g c a b f
e
INPUT: An undirected graph
G
=(
V
,
E
) with
n
vertices.
OUTPUT: A list of vertices
u
1
,
u
2
, . . . ,
u
n
where
u
i
∈
V
for all
i
,
u
i
≠
u
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