Lec17 - n CS 323/700 Lecture 17 o Design and Analysis of Algorithms Hoeteck Wee  [email protected] http/algorithms.qwriting.org Announcements

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Unformatted text preview: n CS 323/700 Lecture 17 o Design and Analysis of Algorithms Hoeteck Wee · [email protected] http://algorithms.qwriting.org/ Announcements I Homework 9 out and due next week I Lecture schedule I Apr 28, May 3: randomized algorithms (lecture notes online) I May 5, May 10: review I Midterm 3 on May 12 (Wed) I greedy, dynamic programming, network flows Hoeteck Wee CS 323/700 Apr 26, 2010 2 / 6 Reductions COMMON THEME. I transform abstract problem into a graph problem I run a graph algorithm we know Hoeteck Wee CS 323/700 Apr 26, 2010 3 / 6 Reductions COMMON THEME. I transform abstract problem into a graph problem I run a graph algorithm we know NEXT. I transform abstract problem into a network flow problem: what are the nodes? source/sink? edges? capacities? I run Ford-Fulkerson to compute maximum flow I interprete maximum flow as solution to original problem I typically for problems involving matchings, e.g. applicants to jobs, students to colleges, etc Hoeteck Wee CS 323/700 Apr 26, 2010 3 / 6 Reductions...
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2010 for the course COMPUTER S 700 taught by Professor Joewhite during the Spring '10 term at Universidad San Martín de Porres.

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Lec17 - n CS 323/700 Lecture 17 o Design and Analysis of Algorithms Hoeteck Wee  [email protected] http/algorithms.qwriting.org Announcements

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