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# ps6 - Introduction to Algorithms Massachusetts Institute of...

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2 Handout 21: Problem Set 6 Exercise 6-3. Do exercise 14.3-1 on page 316 of CLRS. Exercise 6-4. Do exercise 14.3-5 on page 317 of CLRS. Exercise 6-5. Do exercise 33.1-4 on page 946 of CLRS. Exercise 6-6. Do exercise 33.2-1 on page 946 of CLRS. Problem 6-1. Overlapping rectangles VLSI databases commonly represent an integrated circuit as a collection of rectangles. Assume that each rectangle is rectilinearly oriented (sides parallel to the x - and y -axis), so that a representation of a rectangle consists of its minimum and maximum x - and y -coordinates.
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