CSE331 Lecture 6

CSE331 Lecture 6 - Lecture 6 CSE 331 Sep 12, 2011 Grading...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 6 CSE 331 Sep 12, 2011 Grading Rubric for HW 1 n 2 iterations of the while loop Intially all men and women are free While there exists a free woman who can propose Let w be such a woman and m be the best man she has not proposed to w proposes to m If m is free (m,w) get engaged Else (m,w) are engaged If m prefers w to w w remains free Else (m,w) get engaged and w is free Output the engaged pairs as the final output Each iteration has one proposal Each iteration has one proposal Each proposal is new Each proposal is new # iterations # proposals # pairs (m,w) n 2 # iterations # proposals # pairs (m,w) n 2 Why do all the formal progress stuff? Notion of proof by progress will be useful later Example of writing a proof idea/ formal proof n 2 iterations of the while loop Intially all men and women are free While there exists a free woman who can propose Let w be such a woman and m be the best man she has not proposed to w proposes to m If m is free...
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CSE331 Lecture 6 - Lecture 6 CSE 331 Sep 12, 2011 Grading...

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