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CSE 5211 Fall 2008 Homework Points: 35 Due: 10/2/08 1. The binomial coefficient is defined recursively as follows: C(N, 0) = 1, C(N, N) =1, and for 0<k<N, C(N, k) = C(N-1, k) + C(N-1, k-1). Write a Dynamic Programming (DP) algorithm and analyze its time complexity. Show the computation for C(4, 3) [10] 2. Write the optimal binary search tree-organization DP algorithm. [10] 3. One form of knapsack problem is as follows: We are given with a set of integers A =
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Unformatted text preview: a1, a2, …, an and an integer M. Is there a subset of A whose sum is exactly M? Provide a DP algorithm of space and time complexity O(nM) to solve the problem. Write the recurrence first. [Hint: The matrix may be a 0/1 matrix.] [10] 4. For the same problem above write a Backtracking algorithm with some inner-node pruning in it. The two questions (3 and 4) are independent. [5]...
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