#include <stdio.h>
int counter; /global counter used for peak elements sz argument
int* getPeakElements(int nums[], int sz) cfw_
int n = sz;
int i, j = 0;
static int peaks[100];
printf("size of array: %i \n", n);
for (i = 0; i < n; +i) cfw_
int prev = num
RAIK 283: Data Structures &
Algorithms
Nonrecursive Algorithm Analysis *
Dr. Ying Lu
[email protected]
September 6, 2012
*slides refrred to
http:/www.aw-bc.com/info/levitin
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Time efficiency of nonrecursive
algorithms
Steps in mathematical analysis of nonre
Continuity Property of Probability
Definition: A sequence of events <En> is said to be an increasing sequence if
E1 E2 E3 . A sequence of events <En> is said to be a decreasing sequence if
E1 E2 E3 . If <En> is an increasing sequence of events, we define
A)
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Problem: Door in a wall
You are facing a wall that stretches infinitely in both directions. There is a door in the wall, but you know
neither how far away nor in which direction. You can see the door only when you are right next to it.
Design an
Pattern Generation for Understanding Timing Sensitivity to Power Supply Noise
Tengteng Zhang, Yukun Gao and D. M. H. Walker
Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering, Texas A&M University
Introduction
PSN Control
Power supply noise (PSN) significantly af