Assignment 3  Timing Matrix Multiplication
Parts A is required. Part B is optional and is worth 7 points extra credit (but must be submitted in
addition to, and along with, Part A). Make sure you hav
Assignment 2  Sparse Matrices
Part A is required. Part B is optional but is worth 2 points extra credit (but must be submitted in
addition to, and along with, Part A). Make sure you have read and und
Section 1  General Homework Requirements
This module contains important information you'll need to get full credit for your programming
labs. In addition to this module, read
the entire handout Down
Assignment 1  The SubsetSum Problem
Parts A and B are required. Part C is optional and is worth 4 points extra credit (but must be
submitted in addition to, and along with, Part A). Make sure you ha
Week 2B  Implementing Lists and
Sparse Matrices
Section 1  Linked Lists
2B.1.1 Singly Linked Lists
You have seen linkedlists (or just lists) before in one guise or another. A linked list is a colle
WEEK 1A  Introduction to Data
Structures
Section 2  Why We're Here
Textbook Reading
After a first reading of this week's modules, Read the textbook, Chapter 1, lightly. Only those topics
covered in
Priority Queue  Heap
1. Collection of elements.
2. Each element has a priority or key
3. Two kinds of priority queues:
1.
2.
Min priority queue (min heap): elements with minimum key value gets the hi
General tree vs. binary tree
P
Q
S
R
T
W X Y Z
O
V
A I
U B
General tree
P
O
Q
S
W
Y
X
R
V
T
Z
A I
U B
General treecantbe empty.
No limit on thedegree of nodein a general tree.
Root haveindegree 0and
Tree Introduction
P
Level 1
Q
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
Root
S
R
T
W X Y Z
Height 4
Child of P: Q,R
Siblings of S: S,T
Descendant R: O,V,AIUB
Ancestors A: O,R,P
Least common Ancestors between O and B: R
Linked list creating
Head
34
tptr
tptr
lin
k
34
lin
k
tptr
34
nptr
nptr
nptr= is a pointer that points to a new node
tptr= is the pointer that points the last node, which has been already added.
Introduction to Linked list
linked list is a data structure consisting of a group
of nodes which together represent a list
data
index
43
0
43
FF00
44
1
44
FF01
41
2
41
FF02
index
3
47
FF03
45
4
45
FF
Doubly linked list add first
Head
pre
3
next
Doubly linked list add first
Head
pre
tptr
3
next
Doubly linked list add last
Head
pre
tptr
3
next
nptr
pre
4
next
Doubly linked list add last
Head
tptr
pr
Doubly linked list intro
Each node has three parts
Doubly linked list intro
Each node has three parts
previous
data
next
Doubly linked list intro
Each node has three parts
previous
previous points bac
Doubly linked list add last
Head
pre
3
next
Doubly linked list add last
Head
pre
tptr
3
next
Doubly linked list add last
Head
pre
tptr
3
next
nptr
pre
4
next
Doubly linked list add last
Head
pre
tprt
Insert first
6
9
2
7
1
6
2
9
6
0
1
9
0
1
0
Insert first
Head
value
NULL
next
data
Head points the first node of the linked list
Here Head pointing a node which is empty.
Insert first
nptr
Insert 34
34
Remove a particular node
3
4
7
2
NULL
Remove a particular node
Head
3
4
7
2
NULL
Remove a particular node
Head
3
4
7
We have to find the value which we want to delete
2
NULL
Remove a particular node
H
Remove last
3 cases
1. Head=NULL cfw_ Head Is not pointing any node
so linked list is empty
2. Head>next=NULL
linked list contains only one node
Head
59
NULL
Remove last
3.
linked list contains more
Binary tree
P
R
Q
A
I
U
B
L
Full binary tree vs. complete binary tree
Full binary tree vs. complete binary tree
Full binary tree
Each node has exactly zero or
two child
complete binary tree
Completely
Indexes
* An index can be created in a table to nd data more quicklyr and
efficiently
Users do not see indexes, they are just used to speed up
searches/queries
0 Only create indexes an columns (and t
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Introduction to computer organization
Article in Proceedings of the IEEE October 19
From phpmyadmin > SQL:
Some Terms:
1. A field is a column in a table that is designed to maintain specific information about every record in
the table.
2. A record, also called a row of data, is eac
From phpmyadmin > SQL:

Some Terms:
1. A field is a column in a table that is designed to maintain specific information about every record in the table.
2. A record, also called a row of data, is ea