# nan Course Introduction

– CSC 3331 – Analysis of Algorithms (nan) –

2014-10-14 21:46

Gareth Davies : Discussion on the books needed for analysis of algorithms and their derivatives

Discussion on the books needed for analysis of algorithms and their derivatives

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Any suggestions for materials that would be good to have for analysis of algorithms and their derivatives?

I am looking at RLS. It seems like a good book to have but is it also up to date with regards

# nan Course Description

This is a 3 hour course. This course is an introduction to analysis of algorithms. The topics covered in this class include: pseudorandomness, weaknesses of certain mathematical methods (such as brute force, DFS, and randomized DP), search space reduction techniques, Heuristics, and pruning. It’s not a competition for the best algorithm. Rather it’s an opportunity to learn some basics about algorithm design and analysis. There are no graded assignments or exams.

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# nan Course Outline

Introduction to Compilers, 3 hours

Introduction to Programming Languages, 2.5 hours

Introduction to Operating Systems, 2 hours

Analysis of Algorithms, 4 hours

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# nan Course Objectives

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# nan Course Pre-requisites

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Required Texts/Supplementary Readings:

Please refer to the course website for supplementary reading requirements

Notable Course Events:

– Suggested readings are included in the course syllabus.

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# nan Course Duration & Credits

Time allowed in weeks: 1 (weeks 3, 7) Maximum number of credits available: 3 Course materials Required materials:

– CSC3331 – Analysis of Algorithms

Recommended materials: Recommended books: B. E. Hubert and S. Nesterov, Algorithms in Data Mining, Addison-Wesley (2002), ISBN 0-201-73900-5

C. W. Johnson, J. Pei, and J.-P. Denoual,

# nan Course Learning Outcomes

* Analyze algorithms from a complexity perspective, and compare different algorithms.

* Implement an algorithm from scratch, and analyze its running time.

* Design an algorithm for an important problem in Computer Science.

*

The purpose of this course is to provide the student with a background in algorithms (both theoretical and practical) and a strong foundation in computer science. Students will learn the fundamental techniques for analyzing algorithms. These skills are necessary for completing research projects, participating in workshops or conferences, attending

# nan Course Assessment & Grading Criteria

Type: Course Assessment, Grading Criteria (nan) Description: The purpose of this course is to learn the analysis of algorithms and their applications. This is achieved through using the standard algorithmic techniques such as sequential searching, greedy algorithms, dynamic programming, randomized algorithms, and amortized analysis.

Subject: Computer Science & IT > Computer Programming > Algorithm Analysis Program: computer science & information technology – B.A. Degree Granting Department or Center: Department of Computer Science

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## nan Week 1 Objectives

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## nan Week 1 Assignment (20 Questions)

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Output (n) = 10000000000

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## nan Week 1 Discussion 2 (20 Questions)

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## nan Week 2 Description

Week 2 Assignment

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## nan Week 2 Outline

Objectives

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Reading

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– Chapter 7 (Chapters 6-10 in

## nan Week 2 Objectives

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* This problem can be solved using the standard binary search (O(log n)) algorithm. However, this solution will result in a lot of extra work to implement on your own.

* The solution requires knowledge of division by one and addition by one operations (O(1)).

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[PDF] CSC 3331: Analysis of Algorithms by Lynne Rudder Baker

Analysis of Algorithms, which is available on this page, is a difficult course. In addition to the two assignments due in Week One and two due in Week Two, we will read several papers and have a couple hours of class time devoted to each paper as well. Class time may be used

## nan Week 2 Assignment (20 Questions)

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CSC3331 – Analysis of Algorithms

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For this week’s discussion you are responsible for answering the following questions. As usual, be sure to discuss your answer by using a minimum of three different sources.

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Question 1 (10 points) In the NP-complete problem of finding all pairs of distinct elements that are not adjacent, a method was found to be optimal for the integer case. Using this method, which one of the following problems can you solve faster than the optimal algorithm?

– Find all prime numbers less than N.

– Find all prime factors less than N.

– Compute all reduced prime factors less than N.

– Compute all prime factors

## nan Week 2 Quiz (20 Questions)

at University of Missouri-St. Louis, Columbia.

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## nan Week 3 Description

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Week 4 Introduction to Data Structures and Data Objects (nan) Week 5 Arrays, Strings, and Hash Tables (nan) Week 6 Linked Lists and Heaps (nan) Week 7 Sorting (nan) Week 8 Searching and Sorting (nan) Week 9 Trees (nan) Week 10 Graphs and Algorithms for Graphs with Multilevel Hierarchies (nan)

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Total Points: 5

Please submit this assignment as a single Microsoft® Word document with the file name as follows:

_______________________________________(lastname_firstinitial)___(semester_of_study_year).doc

You must use specific algorithms for which you have analyzed and explained the correctness of the

algorithm.

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(1/4) Analyzing Algorithms using Primality Testing and Cryptanalysis

Algorithms

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Using the analysis of algorithms, you have been asked to analyze a simple problem. The problem is as follows: Given an array A of n integers, find the minimum number of insertions into A such that no two adjacent elements can be 1.

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CSC 3331 Week 4 Assignment

Assignment:

Complete the following calculations using the Python programming language.

Using the program “calculator.py” (suggested), enter each of these problems and

calculate all possible permutations of numbers:

1. a = a + b + c + d + e + f + g

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3. a = a * b *

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3.

Task 4.1 – What are the efficiency, worst-case complexity, and expected runtime of a heuristic search algorithm. We will be doing this through a simple example: a fast breadth first search.

Task 4.2 – Describe the steps required to implement the BFS algorithm in C++ code.

Task 4.3 – Compare the efficiency of various graph traversal algorithms for finding the shortest path.

Task 4.4 – Compare the expected runtime of various graph traversal

## nan Week 4 Pre-requisites

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Instructors

Nancy Finkelstein (Fall 2016)

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This is the sequence in which topics are presented in this course.

FALL SEMESTER

1 Introduction to Algorithms and Complexity 2 Data Structures and Algorithms 3 Sorting, Searching, and Graphs 4 Computational Complexity Theory 5 Complexity of Combinatorial Problems Fall Break

PRACTICE EX

## nan Week 4 Duration

Ch. 6 – Efficient Search (nan)

Ch. 7 – Cryptography (nan)

Ch. 8 – Sorting Algorithms (nan)

Ch. 9 – Analysis of Algorithms (nan)

Section B

Ch. 10 – Introduction to Network Security: Understanding the Internet, Firewalls and IDSes (nan)

Section C

Ch. 11 – Computer Networks III: VoIP and Wireless Networks (nan)

Section D