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Phone:
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Spring 2015
Instructor: Adam Lutzker
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Phone: 762-3195
Email: alutzker@umflint.edu
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Intro to Health Professions
HSC 410
Health Care Management
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Mohamed Wiem Mkaouer
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Winter 2016
Mohamed Wiem Mkaouer
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Data Structures &
Algorithm Analysis
AVL Trees
Reading: Chap. 4, Weiss
Binary Search Trees
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data to the left of any node is less than the
data in the node and the data to the right of a
node is greate
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BST Review
Worst case
FindMin, DeleteMin and Insert (k) are all O(n)
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FIND THE BEST Q() FOR THE WORST CASE TIME
REQUIRED BY THE FOLLOWING SETS OF CODE
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SHOW THE RESULT OF INSERTING THE
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Give the preorder traversal
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CIS 350
Data Structures &
Algorithm Analysis
AVL Trees
Reading: Chap. 4, Weiss
Binary Search Trees
A binary search tree is a binary tree where the
data to the left of any node is less than the
data in the node and the data to the right of a
node is greate
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Data Structures &
Algorithm Analysis
Trees. Binary Trees.
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Unix / Windows file structure
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The configuration process involves three steps:
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Lecture 19
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5.2
Representation of Integers and
Integer Algorithms
Number Systems
USERS
CPU
HARDWARE
decimal numbers
hexadecimal
numbers
binary numbers
number Systems as polynomials
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6.2 Permutations and Combinations
DEF. Permutations
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Example 6.2.1 There are 6 permutations of
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