CISB 11 Computer Information Systems
Chapter 1 - Introduction to the World of Computers
Chapter Outline
1. Computers in Your Life
a. Why Learn About Computers?
b. Computers in the Home
c. Computers in Education
d. Computers on the Job
e. Computers on the
February 21, 2012
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Handout 7
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Profs. Dana Moshkovitz and Bruce Tidor
Problem Set 1 Solutions
This problem set is due at 9:00pm on Wednesday, February 15, 2012.
Problem 1-
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Profs. Dana Moshkovitz and Bruce Tidor
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Practice Final Exam for Spring 2012
Practice Final Exam for Spring 2012
These problems are four of the seven problems from the na
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
6.854J/18.415J: Advanced Algorithms
David Karger
Handout 6
Wednesday, September 21, 2005
Problem Set 2 Solutions
Problem 1.
We augment every node x in the splay tree with the number x.desc of descendants (including it
February 29, 2012
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Handout 10
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Profs. Dana Moshkovitz and Bruce Tidor
Problem Set 3 Solutions
This problem set is due at 9:00pm on Wednesday, February 29, 2012.
Problem 3
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
6.854J/18.415J: Advanced Algorithms
David Karger
Handout 12
Wednesday, October 17, 2005
Problem Set 5 Solutions
Problem 1.
(a) Consider the admissible graph. Let Li denote the vertices located
in the layer i (with dis
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
6.854J/18.415J: Advanced Algorithms
David Karger
Handout 8
Wednesday, September 28, 2005
Problem Set 3 Solutions
Problem 1.
We augment the vEB queue to also hold a maximum element. We implement
the desired operations
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
6.854J/18.415J: Advanced Algorithms
David Karger
Handout 24
Monday, November 28, 2005
Problem Set 12
Due: Wednesday, November 30, 2005 and Monday, December 5 2005.
Problem 1.
Due Wednesday, November 30. On a separate
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
6.854J/18.415J: Advanced Algorithms
David Karger
Handout 4
Wednesday, September 14, 2005
Problem Set 1 Solutions
Problem 1.
Suppose we have a Fibonacci heap that is a single chain of k 1 nodes. The
following operation
Part 1 - Multiple Choice 60 points ( 2 points each).
For each of the questions in this section mark the one best answer on your
answer sheet.
1)
2)
3)
In formatting output where precision has been set to 2, which flag would be used to ensure
that the deci
Session 11
CIS 3260
One-Dimensional Array (II)
Dr. Shuguang Hong
Associate Chair, CIS
Robinson College of Business
Georgia State University
Atlanta, GA
Learning Objectives
Use the different forms of array declaration
Check for NullPointException
Descri
Session 13
CIS 3260
Object-Oriented
Programming (I)
Dr. Shuguang Hong
Associate Chair, CIS
Robinson College of Business
Georgia State University
Atlanta, GA
Learning Objectives
Describe object-oriented programming
Define classes, data fields, and member
Session 12
CIS 3260
Multidimensional Array &
Class Objects
Dr. Shuguang Hong
Associate Chair, CIS
Robinson College of Business
Georgia State University
Atlanta, GA
Learning Objectives
Declare variables of two-dimensional arrays
Create variables of two-d
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Profs. Dana Moshkovitz and Bruce Tidor
February 22, 2012
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Handout 8
Problem Set 2 Solutions
This problem set is due at 9:00pm on Wednesday, February 22, 2012.
Problem 2-
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
6.854J/18.415J: Advanced Algorithms
David Karger
Handout 10
Wednesday, October 5, 2005
Problem Set 4 Solutions
Problem 1.
(a) False. Consider graph with
V = cfw_s, 1, 2, 3, t,
and
E = cfw_(s, 1), (1, 2), (1, 3), (2, t