Homework 1
CS 510 Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Due: Thursday, February 17
1. [10] Find tight asymptotic bounds on the following recurrence, where
2. [10] Sort the following functions in the non-d
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Lecture 9 - Depth-First Search, TopSort, and Single-Threaded Arrays
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Lecture 10 - Shortest Weighted Paths I
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Lecture 11 - Shortest Weighted Paths II
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Parallel and Sequential Data Structures and Algorithms - Lecture 20
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Lecture 20 - Leftist Heaps and Sorting Lower Bounds
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Lecture 26 - Hash Tables
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Algorithms
Lecture Notes 10 - Graph Search 3
Imdad Ullah Khan
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Scribes: Hammad Mazhar
Contents
More DFS
Topological Sort
Component Graph
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More DFS
Consider the following connected graph
b
a
c
e
f
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Lecture 8 - Graph Search and BFS
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Lecture 6 - Reduction: Use A to Solve B
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Parallel and Sequential Data Structures and Algorithms - Lecture 5
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Lecture 5 - More on Sequences
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Problem Set*
This problem set will give you practice with big-oh analyses from a mathematical and an algorithmic point
of view. At times, we will ask for exact instruction counts and other times, just
Math 356:B6
Theory of Numbers
Suggested Problems
Problem Set 1
Sections numbered with a sign and problems numbered with a # sign are identical to the textbook for this course Elementary Number Theory
Prove that the Fibonacci sequence can be obtained by the recurrence relationship:
G(n+1) = G(n) + G(n-1), n = 2, 3, 4.
an bn
1+ 5
1 5
where G(n) =
, and a =
,b =
ab
2
2
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Lecture 21 Sorting Lower Bounds and How to Beat Them
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CS 510: Design and Analysis of Algorithms Instructor Sarim Baig ([email protected]) Office Hours: Thursday (11.00AM to 02.00 PM) Room#422 Library Building Course Description This course is an int
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Recurrences
As noted in Section 2.3.2, when an algorithm contains a recursive call to itself, its running time can often be described by a recurrence. A recurrence is an equation or inequality that
Homework 1 CS 510 Design and Analysis of Algorithms Due: Thursday, February 17
1. [10] Find tight asymptotic bounds on the following recurrence, where
2. [10] Sort the following functions in the non-d
Lahore University of Management Sciences CS 510: Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Fall 09
Homework 1 - August 31, 2009
Nabil Mustafa Due: 8th September.
1. Prove that the sum of an irrational number
15-750 Graduate Algorithms
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