EE360C: Algorithms
University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Christine Julien
Homework #1
Due: January 24, 2013 (in class quiz)
Homework #1
You should try to solve these problems by yourself. I recommend that
EE360C: Algorithms
University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Christine Julien
Homework #8
Due: March 28, 2013 (in class quiz)
Homework #8
You should try to solve these problems by yourself. I recommend that y
EE360C: Algorithms
University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Christine Julien
Homework #2
Due: January 31, 2013 (in class quiz)
Homework #2
You should try to solve these problems by yourself. I recommend that
EE360C: Algorithms
University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Christine Julien
Homework #3
Due: February 7, 2013 (in class quiz)
Homework #3
You should try to solve these problems by yourself. I recommend that
EE360C: Algorithms
University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Christine Julien
Homework #5
Due: February 28, 2013 (in class quiz)
Homework #5
You should try to solve these problems by yourself. I recommend tha
EE360C: Algorithms
University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Christine Julien
Homework #6
Due: March 7, 2013 (in class quiz)
Homework #6
You should try to solve these problems by yourself. I recommend that yo
CENG 142
LAB 2
Labwork -1
It would be perfectly reasonable for the
Time2 class in lecture notes to represent
time internally as the number of seconds
since midnight rather than three integers.
Clients
LAB 1
Labwork -1
Create a class Rectangle. The class has
attributes length and width, each of which
defaults to 1. Provide methods that
calculate the perimeter and the area of the
rectangle.
Provide
Database Principles:
Fundamentals of Design,
Implementation, and Management
Tenth Edition
Chapter 13
Managing Transactions
and Concurrency
2
Objectives
In this chapter, you will learn:
About databas
CIS4365: Professor Kirs
Slide Number: 1
SQL
Chapter 9:
An Introduction to Structured
Query Language (SQL)
(With Considerable Modifications)
CIS4365: Professor Kirs
Slide Number: 2
SQL
Why SQL?
De fac
EE360C: Algorithms
University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Christine Julien
Homework #4
Due: February 14, 2013 (in class quiz)
Homework #4
You should try to solve these problems by yourself. I recommend tha
EE360C: Algorithms
University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Christine Julien
Homework #7
Due: March 21, 2013 (in class quiz)
Homework #7
You should try to solve these problems by yourself. I recommend that y
EE360C: Algorithms
University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Christine Julien
Homework #9
Due: April 18, 2013 (in class quiz)
Homework #9
You should try to solve these problems by yourself. I recommend that y
EE360C: Algorithms
University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Christine Julien
Homework #9
Due: April 11, 2013 (in class quiz)
Homework #9
You should try to solve these problems by yourself. I recommend that y
FFT Example
Evaluate the polynomial:
P(x) = 1+3x+5x2+7x3+8x4+6x5+3x6+2x7
at points 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 where k=ei2k/8 , k = 0,
1, 2 7
FFT Example
Evaluate the polynomial:
P(x) = 1+3x+5x2+7x3+8x4+
CS 170
Algorithms
Fall 2014
David Wagner
Worksheet 10/10
1. Amortized running time of a bunch of Finds, if we dont call Union
Imagine we have a set of trees on n nodes, built by some sequence of calls
Priority Queues (Heaps)
Chapter 6
Fall 2014
2014 by Greg Ozbirn, UT-Dallas, for use with Data
Structures book by Mark Allen Weiss
1
Introduction
A queue is a FIFO data structure.
Each item in the q
CS 170:Algorithms
Prof Elchanan Mossel.
Based on: Algorithms by Dasgupta Papadimitriou and Vazirani.
Slides edited from a version created by Prof. Satish Rao.
For UC-Berkeley CS170 Spring 2014 student
CS 170:Algorithms
Prof Elchanan Mossel.
Based on: Algorithms by Dasgupta Papadimitriou and Vazirani.
Slides edited from a version created by Prof. Satish Rao.
For UC-Berkeley CS170 Spring 2014 student
CS 170:Algorithms
Prof Elchanan Mossel.
Based on: Algorithms by Dasgupta Papadimitriou and Vazirani.
Slides edited from a version created by Prof. Satish Rao.
For UC-Berkeley CS170 Spring 2014 student
CS 170:Algorithms
Prof Elchanan Mossel.
Based on: Algorithms by Dasgupta Papadimitriou and Vazirani.
Slides edited from a version created by Prof. Satish Rao.
For UC-Berkeley CS170 Spring 2014 student
CS 170:Algorithms
Prof Elchanan Mossel.
Based on: Algorithms by Dasgupta Papadimitriou and Vazirani.
Slides edited from a version created by Prof. Satish Rao.
For UC-Berkeley CS170 Spring 2014 student
CS 170:Algorithms
Prof Elchanan Mossel.
Based on: Algorithms by Dasgupta Papadimitriou and Vazirani.
Slides edited from a version created by Prof. Satish Rao.
For UC-Berkeley CS170 Spring 2014 student
CS 170:Algorithms
Prof Elchanan Mossel.
Based on: Algorithms by Dasgupta Papadimitriou and Vazirani.
Slides edited from a version created by Prof. Satish Rao.
For UC-Berkeley CS170 Spring 2014 student
CS 170:Algorithms
Prof Elchanan Mossel.
Based on: Algorithms by Dasgupta Papadimitriou and Vazirani.
Slides edited from a version created by Prof. Satish Rao.
For UC-Berkeley CS170 Spring 2014 student
CS 170
Algorithms
Fall 2014
David Wagner
Worksheet 12/05
Left side of the classroom: do Q1 then Q3 then Q2. Right side: do Q2 then Q3 then Q1.
Work with the following graph G:
a
c
b
d
1. PageWalk
Let
CS 170: Algorithms
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Linear Programming today!
No laptops please.
Thank you !
Elchanan Mossel (UC Berkeley)
CS 170:Spring 2014
April 1, 2014
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Profit maximization.
Plant Carrots
CS 170
Algorithms
Fall 2014
David Wagner
11/26 Notes
Random forests
Next, well look at random forests, another machine learning algorithm for the classification problem. The random forest classifier i
Sorting
Chapter 7
Fall 2014
2014 by Greg Ozbirn, UT-Dallas, for use with
Data Structures book by Mark Allen Weiss
1
Sorting
Sorting is a common problem when working with
data.
Data is often collect