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Unformatted text preview: CS 178: Programming with Multimedia Objects Aditya P. Mathur Professor of Computer Sciences Purdue University, West Lafayette Sept 15, 2004 Last update: September 16, 2004 Program Design and Coding Course Introduction Aditya P. Mathur 2004 2 Learning Objectives What is the Divide and Conquer strategy and how to apply it. What is Incremental program development? How to solve a programming problem. Course Introduction Aditya P. Mathur 2004 3 The Problem You are given an applet. Write a Java program that generates this applet. [ See the course Schedule page, Sept 15, for the GeneExample applet.] Course Introduction Aditya P. Mathur 2004 4 The Divide and Conquer Strategy Step 1: Understand the problem well. Step 4: Solve the n simpler problems. Step 3: Divide the problem into a few , say n , simpler problems. Step 2: If the problem is simple then solve it and you are done. If not then proceed to the next step. Step 5: Combine solutions to the n simpler problems to obtain the desired solution. Course Introduction Aditya P....
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