hw03 - CS170 - Spring 2010 Problem Set 3 Out: Feb 5, 2010...

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CS170 - Spring 2010 Problem Set 3 Out: Feb 5, 2010 Due: Feb 12, 2010, 4pm Please write your name, your student ID number, course name (CS170), homework number (this is HW#1), your TA’s name and your section number on the first page of all of your homeworks, and staple all the pages together. Please put your name, CS170 and homework number on all the pages (in case they get separated). Note DPV = Dasgupta, Papadimitriou, Vazirani refers to the textbook. So DPV 2.5 refers to Problem 5 in Chapter 2 of DPV. 1. DPV 2.7 2. DPV 2.9 3. DPV 2.30 4. We will show how to use a fast matrix multiplication algorithm (like Strassen’s method) to invert triangular matrices equally fast. A matrix T is upper triangular if all its entries below the main diagonal are zero, and also invertible if all its diagonal entries are nonzero. Assume T is n -by- n where for simplicity n is a power of 2. (a) Let T = " T 11 T 12 0 T 22 # where each subblock T ij is square with dimension n/ 2. Verify (by multiplying out
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