Midterm 2, Part II, Version A
Fall 2013, Nov. 13, 2013
CS531
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Feb. 25, 2013
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Midterm 1, Part I, Spring 2013
Feb. 22, 2013
CS431
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Analysis and Design of Algorithms: ITCS345
First Semester 2006/2007
Assignment 1
Due Date : Wednesday, 11 October 2006 Total Mark: 50
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We discussed a resources allocation problem in class by converting it to a Max-ow problem.
The solution is given below for your reference.
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Assignment #2 CS4/531, Fall 2013
Due Date: Monday, Sep. 30, 2013
UNSUPPORTED SOLUTIONS RECEIVE NO CREDIT.
Total points: 30
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Assignment #2 CS4/531, Fall 2013
Due Date: Monday, Sep. 30, 2013
UNSUPPORTED SOLUTIONS RECEIVE NO CREDIT.
Total points: 30
1. (0 pts) Let a be a real number and n a positive integer. We want to compute an . This, of
course, can be done using n 1 multiplic
Assignment #5 CS4/531, Fall 2013
Due Date: Friday. Nov. 22, 2013
UNSUPPORTED SOLUTIONS RECEIVE NO CREDIT.
Total points: 29
Note: The problems marked 0 points will not be collected nor graded. However, it is very
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Due in class on Tuesday, Nov 20.
November 5, 2007
There are totally 6 problems, 10 points each. You should do them all. We will grade only
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Midterm 1, Part II, Version A
Solution
Fall 2013, Oct. 9, 2013
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CSE 431/531
Algorithm Analysis and Design
Roger He
Fall 2013
Place: Knox 104
Time: MWF 9:00 - 9:50
c Xin He (University at Buffalo)
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Who should take this course?
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Midterm 1, Part I, version A
Solution
Fall 2013, Oct. 7, 2013
CS531
NAME:
UB ID number:
1. This is a closed book, closed notes, closed neighbor exam.
2. You must support your answer (unless stated otherwise).
3. Write your name on the top right-hand corne
Assignment #2 CS4/531, Fall 2013
Due Date: Monday, Sep. 30, 2013
UNSUPPORTED SOLUTIONS RECEIVE NO CREDIT.
Total points: 30
Note: The problems marked 0 points will not be collected nor graded. However, it
is very important for you to do these problems as
Assignment #2 CS4/531
Due Date: Monday, Feb. 18, 2013
UNSUPPORTED SOLUTIONS RECEIVE NO CREDIT.
Total points: 32
1. (0 pts) Maximum Contiguous Subsequence Sum Problem
Let A[1.n] be an array of numbers. The elements in A can be either positive or negative.
Solution to CSE 531 Final Exam Fall 2007
Time: 8:00am to 11:00am
Place: Bell 138
Monday Dec 17, 2007
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total, the maximum score is 110. There are
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Due Date: Mon. Nov. 7, 2011
UNSUPPORTED SOLUTIONS RECEIVE NO CREDIT.
Total points: 51
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Let A[1.n] be an array of numbers. The elements in A can be either positive or neg
Assignment #5 CS4/531, Fall 2013
Due Date: Friday. Nov. 22, 2013
UNSUPPORTED SOLUTIONS RECEIVE NO CREDIT.
Total points: 29
Note: The problems marked 0 points will not be collected nor graded. However, it is very
important for you to do these problems as
Solution to CSE 531 Homework Assignment 5
Prepared by Hung Q. Ngo
November 22, 2007
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CSE 431/531: Analysis of Algorithms
Dynamic Programming
Lecturer: Shi Li
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University at Buffalo
Paradigms for Designing Algorithms
Greedy algorithm
Make a greedy choice
Prove that the greedy choice is safe
Red
CSE 431/531: Analysis of Algorithms
Graph Basics
Lecturer: Shi Li
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University at Bualo
Fall 2016
MoWeFr 9:00-9:50pm
Cooke 121
Outline
1
Graphs
2
Connectivity and Graph Traversal
3
Topological Ordering
Examples
CSE 431/531: Analysis of Algorithms
Divide-and-Conquer
Lecturer: Shi Li
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University at Buffalo
Outline
1
Divide-and-Conquer
2
Counting Inversions
3
Quicksort and Selection
Quicksort
Lower Bound for Comparison-
CSE 431/531: Analysis of Algorithms
NP-Completeness
Lecturer: Shi Li
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University at Buffalo
NP-Completeness Theory
The topics we discussed so far are positive results: how to
design efficient algorithms for so