Presentation for use with the textbook Data Structures and
Algorithms in Java, 6th edition, by M. T. Goodrich, R. Tamassia,
and M. H. Goldwasser, Wiley, 2014
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CSE2100: Data Structures and Introduction to Algorithms
Homework Assignment #4 Sample Solutions
Exercise 1 Problem R-11.3, page 525 of the text
Solution: 5 (2 with 1 as root, 1 with 2 as root, and 2 w
A Heap(ing) Portion
1. Insert the items into a heap (that is initially empty) in the order given
below:
12, 6, 20, 11, 7, 9, 15, 10, 3
Draw the heap after each insertion. Give a vector representation
Union-Find Partition Structures
Partitions with Union-Find
Operations
makeSet(x): Create a singleton set containing
the element x and return the position storing x
in this set
union(A,B ): Return the
A Question of Some Depth
Let T be a k-ary tree, i.e. each internal node of T has at most k children.
Suppose that the depth of T is d (the maximum depth of any node of T is
d). What is the maximum num
CSE 2100 Sample Mid-Term Exam #2
True or False with brief explanation
(a) The worst-case height of a binary search tree is O(log n)
(b) A preorder traversal of a binary heap yields the keys in non-dec
Solutions to Exercises related to Sorting
Note: As you might suspect, these exercises can be solved essentially
using a variation of the MergeSort or (randomized) QuickSort algorithms.
1. Suppose that
Asymptotic notation
Put these functions in order so that if f (n) O(g(n) (i.e. f (n) is Big-Oh
of g(n), then f (n) appears before g(n) in the list. Group together functions
that have the same asymptot
CS 341: Chapter 1
1-2
Chapter 1
Regular Languages
CS 341: Foundations of CS II
Contents
Finite Automata
Class of Regular Languages is Closed Under Some Operations
Marvin K. Nakayama
Computer Science
Shayan Rizvi
Written Assignment 3
11-29-11
1. 1-bit Half Adder
1-bit Full Adder
1-bit Carry look-ahead (CLA) Adder
Where in the 1-bit CLA adder and
The sum is represented the same for the one bit full
CSE 2300W: Lab 7 4-bit ALU
Section Number: Thursday 10-12pm
Name: Shayan Rizvi
ObjectivesIn this lab, you will build a 4-bit ALU. When solving many real-world problems,
you need to work from vague, po
CSE 2300W: Lab 7 4-bit ALU
Section Number: Thursday 10-12pm
Name: Shayan Rizvi
Objectives
The purpose of this lab is to create a 4-bit ALU. You want to build this ALU to preform
bitwise OR operation,
CSE 2300W: Lab 5 & 6 Display 5 bit Binary Numbers in
Decimal
Section Number: 7 (Thursday 10am 12pm)
Name: Shayan Rizvi
Objectives
The purpose of this lab is to design a circuit that will convert and d
CSE 2300W: Lab 4 Relational Operators
Section Number: _
Name: Shayan Rizvi
Objectives
The purpose of this lab was to design and implement a circuit that compares two binary
inputs where each binary in
CSE 2300W: Lab 3 Overflow
Section Number: _
Name: Shayan Rizvi
Objectives
The objective of this lab is to detect overflow in the addition of twos compliment
numbers. Sometimes when one adds together t
CSE 2300W: Lab 2 Number Conversion
Section Number: _
Name: Shayan Rizvi
Objectives
The main objective of this assignment is to take a 4 bit binary number and convert it into
various types of number sy
CSE 2300W LAB 1 Sample Lab Report
How to Change a Flat Tire
Section Number 001
Name Shayan Rizvi
Objectives
The tires of a car should be replaced about every six years. Although occasionally one
might
CSE 5102
Programming Languages
Lecture 1
Monday, August 30, 2010
1
Overview
Administrative details Course objective
Why study programming languages ? Syllabus
The Beginning
Lecture 1
Monday, Augu