Lab #9: String Matching
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Points
Total: 20 points
Code (14 points)
Problem 3.1 (2 points)
Problem 3.2 (2 points)
Problem 3.3 (2 points)
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String Matching Algorithms
2.1 Problem
For this lab, you will implement and test two (or three) different stri
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Required reading
Chapter 2
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CLRS Chapter 3
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Chapter 3
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Delving into the Lists
As we have seen by now, the list data structure is fundamental in
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Searching a List
How do we search for an item in a list?
With an unordered list, we hav
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Required reading
Chapter 4
References
CLRS Chapters 2
R. Miller and L. Boxer, Algorithms: Sequential and Parallel, 2000,
Chapter 2.
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Required reading
Chapter 4
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CLRS Chapters 4
R. Miller and L. Boxer, Algorithms: Sequential and Parallel, 2000,
Chapter 3.
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Required reading
Chapter 5
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CLRS Section 11.1, Chapter 12
D.E. Knuth, The Art of Computer Programming, Volume 3: Sorting
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Required reading
Chapter 5
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CLRS Chapter 11
D.E. Knuth, The Art of Computer Programming, Volume 3: Sorting
and Searching
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Required reading
Chapter 6
References
CLRS Chapter 6
D.E. Knuth, The Art of Computer Programming, Volume 3: Sorting
and Searching (
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Required reading
Chapter 6
References
CLRS Chapter 7
D.E. Knuth, The Art of Computer Programming, Volume 3: Sorting
and Searching (
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Required reading
Chapter 2
References
D.E. Knuth, The Art of Computer Programming, Volume 1:
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Required reading
Chapter 1
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CLRS Chapter 10
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What is a Data Structure?
Computers operate on tables of nu
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Required reading
Chapter 1
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Lab #10: Traveling Salesperson
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Points
Total: 30 points
2-Approx Code (8 points)
Nearest Neighbor Code (8 points)
Problem Set 1 (3 points)
Problem Set 2 (3 points)
Problem Set 3 (4 points)
Problem Set 4 (4 points)
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A 2-Approximation Algorithm bas
Lab #11: Public Key Cryptography
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Points
Total: 20 points
Code (14 points)
Problem 3.1 (2 points)
Problem 3.2 (2 points)
Problem 3.3 (2 points)
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Programming Exercise (14 points)
2.1 Problem
Fill in the missing parts in CryptoRSA.java. Test the basi
Lab #8: Spanning Trees
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Points
Total: 20 points
MST Code (14 points)
Problem 3.1 (2 points)
Problem 3.2 (2 points)
Problem 3.3 (2 points)
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MST Algorithm
2.1 Problem
Implement Prims Algorithm. You will use a priority queue.
See code in solution file
Lab #6: Dynamic Programming and Greedy Algorithms
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Points
Total: 20 points
Knapsack code and write-up. (15 points)
Checkboard problem. (5 points)
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Knapsack Problems
The Knapsack problem we attempt to solve is called 0-1 Knapsack problem. Given a
knap
IE 170 Lab #5: Hash Tables
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Points
Total: 20 points
Code and Problem 2.2 (14 points)
HashTableOpenAddress: Base class for hash tables that use open
addressing.
HashTableLinearProbe: Implements a hash table with linear probing.
HashTableQuadProbe: Im
Final Exam Problems
#1
(from David Eppstein, UC Irvine) Suppose you are implementing a
spreadsheet program in which you must maintain a grid of cells. Some cells
contain values, while other cells contain formulas that depend on other values.
After the use
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Introduction to Part I
Chapter 1, all sections
Chapter 2, all sections
Chapter 3, all sections
Chapter 4, intro and sections 1-3
Introduction to Part II
Chapter 6, a
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Required reading
Section 6.4
References
CLRS Chapter 22
R. Sedgewick, Algorithms in C+ (Third Edition), 1998.
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