The Algorithm Design Manual
Second Edition
Steven S. Skiena
The Algorithm Design Manual
Second Edition
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Introduction to Parallel Computing
George Karypis
Sorting
Outline
Background Sorting Networks Quicksort Bucket-Sort & Sample-Sort
Background
Input Specification
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Networks
Patrick van der Smagt
Eighth edition
November 1996
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CSE 5500: HW1 Solutions
Answer 1
We assume that the graph is given to us as an adjacency list. (Cant use adjacency matrix since just
reading the matrix would require O(|V 2 |) time.) We perform a brea
Stanford University CS261: Optimization
Luca Trevisan
Handout 13
February 17, 2011
Lecture 13
In which we describe a randomized algorithm for finding the minimum cut in an
undirected graph.
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CSE 5500: HW2 (Due beginning of class on Friday, Sept. 29)
Please note:
Students are permitted to discuss general concepts and questions concerning the homework
assignments, but sharing written solut
CSE 5500: HW1 (Due beginning of class on Friday, Sept. 15)
Please note:
Students are permitted to discuss general concepts and questions concerning the homework
assignments, but sharing written solut
Algorithms
Lecture 20: Applications of Maximum Flow
For a long time it puzzled me how something so expensive, so leading edge,
could be so useless, and then it occurred to me that a computer is a stup