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COMP 271H Design and Analysis of Algorithms 2006 Fall Semester Midterm marking scheme 1. Question 1: Base case handling (1 mark) Divide into two arrays, solve it recursively and get two partial results (1 mark) Compute L max × R max where L max contains A [ m ] and R max contains A [ m + 1] (1 mark) Compute L min × R min where L min contains A [ m ] and R min contains A [ m + 1] (1 mark) Running time analysis (1 mark) 2. Question 2a: Root is AP iff it has more than 1 child (1 mark) leaves are not AP (1 mark) (non-root) internal nodes are APs iff there exists a child w of v , such that no back edge connects a proper ancestor of v (i.e. excluding parent [ v ]) and a node in the subtree rooted at w (1 mark) (Note: If the description is clear enough, it is acceptable) 3. Question 2b: For correct and efficient algorithm (Max:7 marks) Compute d [] and Low [] using modified DFS / using AP algorithm (1 mark) For each vertex v , compute furthest ancestor of v (excluding v ) which is an AP, denoted it as target [ v
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