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University of Toronto Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Midterm Examination ECE 345 Algorithms and Data Structures Fall 2008 Print your name and ID number neatly in the space provided below; print your name at the upper right corner of every page. The exam is ten (10) pages including the cover page; if not, report it to the instructor or TA. Name: ID Number: This is an open book exam. You are permitted to use the textbook for the course but nothing else is permissible. You may reference/use textbook page/section/algorithms if you wish so. Non-native English speakers may use a dictionary. Do all four problems in this booklet. Try not to spend too much time on one problem. Use terminology from the textbook. You must define any different terms before you use them. Write clearly and only in the space provided. Ask the proctor if you need more paper. Nothing on the back of the sheets will be graded . You have 110 minutes for this exam. Raise your hand if you have a question. Turn off your mobile phone and put it away. Do not give C code! Write pseudocode and analyze time/memory requirements of your algorithms when asked to receive full credit. All logarithms are base 2 unless otherwise noted.
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