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CSE 4081 Analysis of Algorithms Fall 2005 Class Project (this description may be updated) Due: Thursday, November 10, 2005 Purpose: (1) Write programs for four max-subsequence sum algorithms (naïve algorithm maxSubSum1 , improved naïve algorithm maxSubSum2 , the recursive algorithm maSumRec , and the linear algorithm maxSubSum4 , Chapter 2 in the textbook); (2) Compare the algorithms’ performances on varieties of input data. Once you successfully write the programs, experiment with them on a variety of data. The objective of your experiment will be to compare the performances of the algorithms with respect to (1) different input size (N), and (2) different value for the average number of negative integers in the input (F<N). The performance should be measured in terms of step-counts. Be careful to measure the actual algorithms’ performances and not any
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Unformatted text preview: peripheral actions like I/O. For example, for the list [-1 2 3 4 -2 10 3 7 9 -1 -2 6 4 5], N=14 and F=4. The following may be a scheme for experimental set up: (N=50, (F=5, 10, 15, 20, 25)), (N=100, (F=10, 20, 30, 40, 50), . . . For each pair (N,F), there should be at least 30 samples over which the step-counts should be averaged as the experimental output. Grading will be based on the quality of the experimental set up and data analysis. How you organize your experiment and generate data is up to you. Feel free to discuss with me. Your submission will be a hard copy: (1) a report (<10 pages) discussing your experimental results, and an appendix containing (2) the source code(s). I may ask for demo for selected groups....
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