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CSE431_531 Fall 2010 Schedule

CSE431_531 Fall 2010 Schedule - CSE431/531 Fall 2010...

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CSE 431/531 Fall 2010 Schedule (tentative) Week 1: Aug 30, Sep. 1 & 3 Topics: Asymtopic Notations and Analysis, Solving Recurrences, Master Theorem Reading Assignment: CLRS: Chapter 3, Classnotes 1 & 2 Supplementary Reading: CLRS: Chapter 1 & 2 Week 2: Sep. 8, 10 Topics: Asymtopic Notations and Analysis, Solving Recurrences, Master Theorem Reading Assignment: Same as Week 1. Week 3: Sep. 13, 15, 17 Topics: Divide and Conquer, including Selection, Matrix Multiplication, closest pair of points Reading Assignment: CLRS: Chapters 9, Sections 28.1, 4.2, 33.4; Classnote 3 Week 4: Sep. 20, 22, 24 Topics: Dynamic Programming with Knapsack problem, Longest Common Subsequence, Matrix-chain multiplication, Reading Assignment: CLRS: 15; Classnote 4 Week 5: Sep. 27, 29 & Oct. 1 Topics: Application of dynamic programming in bioinformatics problems. Topics: Greedy Algorithms. Reading Assignment: CLRS: Section 16.1, 16.2; Classnote 5. Week 6: Oct. 4, 6, 8 Topics: Greedy Algorithms. Reading Assignment: CLRS: Section 16.1, 16.2; Classnote 6.
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