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COMP2007 Course Notes
1. Basics of algorithm design
1.1 When is an algorithm said to be of polynomial time?
An algorithm is said to be of polynomial time if its running time is upper bo
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Lecture 10:
NP and Computational
Intractability
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Algorithms and hardness
Algorithmic techniques:
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Divide & Conquer algorithms [Lecture 4]
Lecture 12: Summary
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Graphs
Definitions and properties
Graph traversal
Applications: min-link path, bipartitness
Greedy algori
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Problem 1
Sort the following functions in increasing order of asymptotic growth
n
n
n, n3 , n log
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NP and Computational
Intractability
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Polynomial-Time Reduction
Suppose we could solve problem Y in polynomial-time. What else
could we solve in polynom
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Lecture 7
Flow networks I
G = VECV
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General techniques in this course
Greedy algorithms
Divide & Conquer algorithms
Dynamic programming algori
Lecture 3:
Greedy algorithms
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General techniques in this course
Greedy algorithms
Divide & Conquer algorithms
Dynamic programming algorithms
Network flow algorithms
The
Lecture 6: Dynamic
Programming II
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Greedy algorithms
Divide & Conquer algorithms
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Lecture 6:
Dynamic Programming I
Fast Fourier Transform
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Lecture 8
Flow networks I
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Greedy algorithms [Lecture 3]
Divide & Conquer algorithms [Lecture 4]
Sweepline algorithms [Lecture 5]
Dyna
Lecture 9
Flow networks II:
Applications
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University break and Labour Day
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Algorithms and Complexity
Graphs: Representations and Exploration
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Undirected graphs
Let G=(V,E) be an undirected graph:
- V =
Algorithms and Complexity
Dynamic programming
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RNA
RNA is a close relative of DNA but has
a single strand of genetic code
Unlike
Algorithms and Complexity / (Adv)
Algorithm Analysis
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Three abstractions
Problem:
- defines a computational task
- specifies wha
Algorithms and Complexity
Greedy Algorithms
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Greedy algorithms
Greedy algorithms are the simplest kind of algorithms. There is n