Design and Analysis of Algorithms
(CS345/CS345A)
Lecture 19
Shortest Paths in Directed Graphs with Negative Weights
1
Optimal subpath property
Property
is also
shortestpath
path.
Every subpath
If of
, then
is thea shortest
from to .
2
Theorem: Given a
Algorithms Theory
08 Fibonacci Heaps
Prof. Dr. S. Albers
Winter term 07/08
Priority queues: operations
Priority queue Q
Operations:
Q.initialize(): initializes an empty queue Q
Q.isEmpty(): returns true iff Q is empty
Q.insert(e): inserts element e into Q
CS345 : Algorithms II
Semester I, 2016-17, CSE, IIT Kanpur
Assignment 4
Deadline : 6:00 PM, Friday, 7 October 2016
Important Guidelines:
It is only through the assignments that one learns the most about the algorithms and data structures.
You are advised
CS345/CS345A : Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Semester I, 2016-17, CSE, IIT Kanpur
Theoretical Assignment VI
Deadline : 6:00PM, 7th November
Important Guidelines:
It is only through the assignments that one learns the most about the algorithms and dat
CS345 : Algorithms II
Semester I, 2016-17, CSE, IIT Kanpur
Assignment 5
Deadline : 6:00 PM, Friday, 27 October 2016
Important Guidelines:
It is only through the assignments that one learns the most about the algorithms and data structures. You
are advise
#include<stdio.h>
#include<math.h>
#include<fstream>
#include<iostream>
#include<string>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include<stack>
using namespace std;
int r=0,s=0;
string w;
int path = 1;
int repeated[10]=cfw_0;
int p=0;
int subtractrow[10]=cfw_0;
int pathtrac
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Multicomponent Distillation
Modeling, Simulation, and Design
Aspects
Dr. Ranjan K. Malik
Professor, Chemical Engineering Department,
[Location: Computer Aided Design Centre]
IIT Bombay, Mumbai 400076
Rigorous Methods for Simulation of
Multi-component Dist
DEPRECIATION
Prof. Ranjan Kumar Malik
Department of Chemical Engineering
(Location: CAD Centre)
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Depreciation & Three Terms of Interest
An analysis of costs and profits for any business
operation requires recognition
PART-RKM
Question-1 ' [10]
(a) It has been observed that the cost of a certain type of process vessel is directly
proportional to the weight of the vessel. If the vessel is thin walled and spherical,
what power factor (exponent) will correlate the cost of
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
(CS345/CS345A)
Lecture 5
Homework from the last class
Data Structures : The power of Binary Search Tree
1
Sub-problem 2
Given a polynomial of degree less than in (point,value) representation,
Compute its coefficient r
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
(CS345/CS345A)
Lecture 10
Greedy Strategies
Huffman code : A data compression algorithm (continued. From last lecture)
1
Greedy Algorithms
2
To prove that a greedy strategy works
P: a given optimization problem
instanc
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
(CS345/CS345A)
Lecture 6
Augmented BST for
Dynamic sequences
Orthogonal range searching
1
The fundamental question we answered in last
class
Question: What makes BST pervasive in the world of data structures ?
Answer: Aug
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
(CS345/CS345A)
Lecture 9
Job scheduling problem
Huffman code : A data compression algorithm
Revisiting an algorithm paradigm
1
A Job scheduling problem
2
are jobs:
, ,
There
Each job takes certain time for execution.
Ea
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
(CS345/CS345A)
Lecture 8
Synchronizing an electric circuit : A problem
Proof of correctness of an algorithm
1
Motivation
Study this lecture slowly, steadily, and try to answer each question posed in the slides.
Revisit
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
CS345
Lecture 2
Closest Pair problem: O( )
Convex Hull problem
Non-dominated points problem
1
Recap from Lecture 1
2
The Closest Pair Problem
3
The divide and conquer
points
points
4
The divide and conquer
5
Divide and Co
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
CS345
Lecture 1
Overview of the course
Closest Pair problem
1
Algorithms
2
Algorithm Paradigm
Motivation:
Many problems whose algorithms are based on a common approach.
A need of a systematic study of the characteristic
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
CS345
Lecture 4
Multiplication of two polynomials problem
The most nontrivial application of
Divide and Conquer paradigm
1
Recap from Lecture 1
2
An algorithm for
multiplying two polynomials
3
Multiplying two polynomials
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
(CS345/CS345A)
Lecture 7
Augmented BST (Final lecture)
Interval tree: an augmented BST used for geometric problems
1
Motivation through Examples
Example 1: Given a set of axis-parallel rectangles,
determine if any two of
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
CS345
Lecture 3
Non-dominated points problem O( ) algorithm
Multiplication of two polynomials problem
1
Recap from Lecture 1
2
The Non Dominated Points
Given
a set of points
Definition: point is said to be non-dominated
CS1271: Introduction to Database Systems Lab
Feb Apr 2015
LAB EXERCISE 1
Due Date: 19 Feb 2015 (Thu), 09:00 am
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES (PLEASE READ BEFORE STARTING)
1. Please submit your solution as a single PDF on the course Google drive folder
allotted to
HW 1
CS6510: Applied Machine Learning
IIT-Hyderabad
Aug-Nov 2016
Max Points: 60
Due: 26th Aug 2016 11:59 pm
Instructions
Please use Google Classroom to upload your submission by the deadline
mentioned above. Your submission should comprise of a single ZI
-6-2.What distinguishes operators from other sorts of functions?
A.In most imperative languages,A typical function call languages,
function calls consist of a
function name followed by a parenthesized,comma-separated list of
arguments
Operator for built-i
CS3420/CSG240: MiniProgramming Assignment #2
A Small Introduction to the LLVM Infrastructure
AST, IR and Compiler Options
Due Monday, 31St October 2016 at 11:59 PM
Introduction This study is aimed at familiarizing you with the LLVM compiler infrastructure
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