This homework is not collected. [DPV] = Algorithms textbook by Dasgupta-Papadimitriou-Vazirani. [DPV] Problem 0.1 (comparing functions) [DPV] Problem 2.12 (how many lines?) [DPV] Problem 6.2 (Hotel stops)
Welcome to my page of solutions to "Introduction to Algorithms" by Cormen, Leiserson, Rivest, and Stein. It was typeset using the LaTeX language, with most diagrams done using Tikz. It is nearly complete (and over 500 pages total!!), there were a few problems that proved some combination of more difficult and less interesting on the initial ...
More graph algorithms: DPV 7 (Sections 7.1 - 7.3) & CLRS (26.1 - 26.3) Tutorial 11: Assignment 5 Template (Due April 8, 7PM) Quiz 2: Mar 18, 9AM-12PM. Mar 25, 2 - 5PM. 12 Mar 27 - 31: Karger's Min Cut Algorithm, Amortized Analysis & Union Find Data structure: For Karger's algorithm, see notes in moodle. DPV 5 (for union find data structure) 13
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Optional, supplementary materials: Algorithms by "DPV" (can be found online for free); Introduction to Algorithms by "CLRS" (available electronically to CU students on skillsoft); Algorithms and lecture notes by Jeff Erickson; Algorithm Design and lecture slides by Kleinberg and Tardos. Bespoke lecture notes (does not cover all topics, see ...
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This paper offers a local distributed algorithm for multivariate regression in large peer-to-peer environments. The algorithm can be used for distributed inferencing, data compaction, data modeling and classiﬁcation tasks in many emerging peer-to-peer applications for bioinformatics, astronomy, social networking, sensor networks and web mining.