The Gas Station Problem
Suppose you want to go on a road trip across the US.
You start from New York City and would like to drive to
You have :
Combinatorics: The Fine Art of Counting
Week 9 Lecture Notes Graph Theory
For completeness I have included the definitions from last weeks lecture which we will be using
in todays lecture along with statements of the theorems we proved.
Material disponible de MIT
Como ya saben, MIT tiene el Open Course Ware donde te dejan ver video grabaciones de las clases.
De Estructura de datos tienen grabaciones del 2008 y 2011:
Bien, el asunto es hay material disponible de ms perodos, pero estos no
CS 441T/539T: Advanced Algorithms
Fall Semester, 2001
Proving Correctness for Greedy Algorithms
August 28, 2001
The text book focuses on a single approach for proving that greedy algorithms are correct.
Namely, proving the greedy choice and optimal substr
Prepared By : Mahesh Kalmeshwar
Red Black Tree (RBT) Node Inserting:
1. Every Node is either RED or BLACK
2. Always Root and leaf node is black.
2. Red Parent must not have red child (Black parent having Black child is valid).
3. Black height must be same
CMPS101: Homework #4 Solutions
TA: Krishna (email@example.com)
Due Date: May 26, 2011
Consider inserting the keys 10, 22, 31, 4, 15, 28, 17, 88, 59 into a hash table
of length m = 11 using open addressing with the auxiliary hash function
page 1 of Section 2.1
CHAPTER 2 GRAPHS
SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION
A graph is a set of finitely many points called vertices which may be connected by
edges. Figs 13 show three assorted graphs.