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CSE 421 Algorithms Richard Anderson Lecture 27 NP Completeness
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Announcements Final Exam Monday, December 11, 2:30-4:20 pm Closed book, closed notes Practice final and answer key available HW 9, due Friday, 1:30 pm This week’s topic NP-completeness Reading: 8.1-8.8: Skim the chapter, and pay more attention to particular points emphasized in class It will be on the final
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Algorithms vs. Lower bounds Algorithmic Theory What we can compute I can solve problem X with resources R Proofs are almost always to give an algorithm that meets the resource bounds Lower bounds How do we show that something can’t be done?
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Theory of NP Completeness Most significant mathematical theory associated with computing
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The Universe NP-Complete NP P
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Polynomial Time P: Class of problems that can be solved in polynomial time Corresponds with problems that can be solved efficiently in practice Right class to work with “theoretically”
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What is NP?
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  • Fall '06
  • RichardAnderson
  • Algorithms, Computational complexity theory, NP-complete problems, NP-complete, Boolean satisfiability problem, polynomial time, Hamiltonian Circuit Hamiltonian Circuit

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