Road map
Objective
Modules
Breadth first search (Bfs)
Ford-Fulkerson
Image Partitioning
Test case
Theoretical Analysis and Experimental
Results
Objective
The objective of this project is to segment
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Algorithms Unplugged
Berthold Vocking Helmut Alt
Martin Dietzfelbinger R
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Christian Scheideler Heribert Vollmer
Dorothea Wagner
Editors
Algorithms
Unplugged
Editors
Prof. Dr. rer. nat
Solution to CSE531 Midterm
November 3, 2014
Problem 1
Give a True or False answer to each of the following statements. Here f (n) and
g(n) are two positive functions defined over positive integers.
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Assignment #2 CS4/531, Solutions
Due Date: Friday, Sep. 29, 2017
UNSUPPORTED SOLUTIONS RECEIVE NO CREDIT.
Total points: 48
1. (0 pts) Let a be a real number and n a positive integer. We want to comput
Inverting Matrix
AX = I X = A-1 How hard is the matrix inversion problem?
Matrix inversion
Theorem: Multiplication is as hard as inversion
Proof: Let I(n) be the cost of inversion. Let M(n) be the cos
Properties of Matrices
Chapter 28 Matrix Operations
What is a matrix? Row vector, column vector, unit vector, zero matrix, square matrix, diagonal matrix, identity matrix, tri-diagonal matrix, upper d
Network with multiple sources and sinks
15
Maximum bipartite matching
t1
a
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19
s1
Bipartite graph G=(V,E):
Undirected V = V1V2, V1V2=. e=(u, v)E, uV1 and vV2
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s2
14
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9
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30
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