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CS 3824 Homework Assignment 2 Given: September 5, 2011 Due: September 15, 2011 General directions. The point value of each problem is shown in [ ]. Each solution must include all details and an explanation of why the given solution is correct. In particular, write complete sentences. A correct answer without an explanation is worth no credit. The com- pleted assignment must be turned in during class on September 15, 2011. No late homework will be accepted. Digital preparation of your solutions is mandatory. Use of L A T E X is optional, but encouraged. No matter how you prepare your homework, please include your name. Use of L A T E X (optional, but encouraged). Retrieve this L A T E X source file, named homework2.tex , from the course web site. Rename the file < Your VT PID > _solvehw2.tex , For example, for the instructor, the

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Unformatted text preview: Fle name would be heath_solvehw2.tex . • Use a text editor (such as vi , emacs , or pico ) to accomplish the next three steps. • Uncomment the line % \setboolean{solutions}{True} in the document preamble by deleting the % . • ±ind the line \renewcommand{\author}{Lenwood S. Heath} and replace the instructor’s name with your name. • Enter your solutions where you Fnd the L A T E X comments % PUT YOUR SOLUTION HERE • Print out and submit your solutions by 4:00 PM on September 15, 2011. 2 Homework Assignment 2 September 5, 2011 [50] 1. Jones and Pevzner problem 5.4. You should use the algorithm ImprovedBreakpointReversalSort instead of Break-pointReversalSort . [50] 2. Jones and Pevzner problem 5.11. Explain the reasoning behind your answers....
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