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Assignment1
School: Maryland
Course: Data Structures
CMSC 420 Samet Fall 2011 ASSIGNMENT NUMBER 1 1. In the lecture we showed how two stacks can be made to share one segment of memory when using sequential allocation. Can you do the same for two queues, or a queue and a stack? If not, explain why. 2. Give a

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L19.kdtrees
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kdTrees CMSC 420 kdTrees Invented in 1970s by Jon Bentley Name originally meant 3dtrees, 4dtrees, etc where k was the # of dimensions Now, people say kdtree of dimension d Idea: Each level of the tree compares against 1 dimension. Lets u

420lects
School: Maryland
Lecture Notes CMSC 420 CMSC 420: Data Structures1 Spring 2001 Dave Mount Lecture 1: Course Introduction and Background (Tuesday, Jan 30, 2001) Algorithms and Data Structures: The study of data structures and the algorithms that manipulate them is a

Assignment2short
School: Maryland
Course: Data Structures
CMSC 420 Samet Fall 2011 SHORT ASSIGNMENT NUMBER 2 1. Is it true that the leaf nodes appear in the same relative order for the preorder, inorder, and postorder traversals of a binary tree? 2. Calculate the total number of leaf nodes in a tree having ai no

Assignmentsearching
School: Maryland
Course: Data Structures
CMSC 420 Samet Fall 2011 SEARCHING ASSIGNMENT All section references are to Notes on Data Structures. Section 5.1: exercises 3, 6, and 13 (or 14 in newer editions). Exercise 13 or 14 seeks the number of nodes in dierent Fibonacci trees. It is the rst of o

CMSC420 Sepetember 25th, 2012
School: Maryland
Course: Data Structures
Sepetember 25th, 2012 Project 2: o PM3 quadtree (insert, delete (extra credit) o Sorted Map Interface using Nonatrie o Shortest path Dijkstra (priority queue, utilities, part of API) o Basic process Skip list (Does sorted Map) When you build this you t

CMSC420
School: Maryland
Course: Data Structures
CMSC420: September 27th, 2012 The Notorious PM Quadtree o The Polygonal Map Slide show o PM Data Structure Slide show o PM Nodes Black nodes: contains slide show o Tree Structure Partitions are same as PRQT, except handling the data slides o PMquadree

CMSC420  EXAM 2 REVIEW
School: Maryland
Course: Data Structures
Resources Google Docs o Lyonel o Codelife o In class (last few) Homepage: o AVL tree o Binary Search Tree o B+ Tree o B+ Tree Insertion Step by Step notes o PM1 Quadtree Demo o PM2 Quadtree Demo o PM3 Quadtree Demo o Skiplists Elms o Semi Permanent Lec

Loosequad
School: Maryland
Course: Data Structures
Fall 2011 CMSC 420 Hanan Samet Programming Assignment 1: A Data Structure For Game Programming 1 Abstract In this assignment you are required to implement a system for handling data similar to that used in game programming. In such an environment the prim

Lispwu
School: Maryland
Course: Data Structures
LISP Warmup Fall 2011 CMSC 420 Hanan Samet This problem reects the philosophy that one learns fastest and best by doing. In this problem, you will be asked to run a given LISP program and observe and describe its behavior. For this exercise, we will need

Lispwa1
School: Maryland
Course: Data Structures
LISP Written Assignment #1 Fall 2011 CMSC 420 Hanan Samet In order to do the following exercises assume: The expression x + y is represented as (PLUS x y). The expression xy + x + 3 is represented as (PLUS (TIMES x y) x 3) The list (A B) (B A C D) (C B

Lispp42
School: Maryland
Course: Data Structures
Programming Project #4 Network/Trees Fall 2011 CMSC 420 Hanan Samet The use of computer networks has seen a dramatic rise in recent years. Historically, it is based on the use of the telephone as a communications medium between different computers. The ne

Lispp31
School: Maryland
Course: Data Structures
Programming Project #3 Fall 2011 CMSC 420 Hanan Samet Program the following 11 functions in LISP. Make sure you test them thoroughly. Pay particular attention to the efciency of your solutions. Test data will be mailed to you. Turn in a run that includes

Lispp5
School: Maryland
Course: Data Structures
Programming Project #5 Databases Fall 2011 CMSC 420 Hanan Samet This project involves a data base management system for the army, with data processing operators typically found in the network model. The records in the data base correspond to members in th

Hjs420.fall2011
School: Maryland
Course: Data Structures
Data Structures CMSC 420  Fall 2011 COURSE DESCRIPTION I. Objectives. The main aim of the course is to familiarize the student with the fundamentals of data structures and with wellknown techniques for manipulating data structures. The student will lear

Gr.anim
School: Maryland
Course: Data Structures
gr0 GRAPHS Hanan Samet Computer Science Department and Center for Automation Research and Institute for Advanced Computer Studies University of Maryland College Park, Maryland 20742 email: hjs@umiacs.umd.edu Copyright 1997 Hanan Samet These notes may not

Assignmentsorting
School: Maryland
Course: Data Structures
CMSC 420 Samet Fall 2011 SORTING ASSIGNMENT All section references are to Notes on Data Structures. Section 4.1: exercises 7, 10, 12 and 20 Section 4.2: exercise 2 Section 4.3: exercise 4

420handouts
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Spring 2001 http:/www.cs.umd.edu/~mount/420/ Instructor: Dave Mount. Oce: AVW 3209. Email: mount@cs.umd.edu. Oce phone: (301) 4052704. Oce hours: Mon, Wed 3:004:00 I am also available immediately after class for questions. If the question is short (a