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CS502 Assignment No. 02 Solution & Discussion Due Date: Dec 07, 2015

CS502 - Fundamentals of Algorithms Assignment No. 02 Solution Fall 2015 Due Date Dec 07, 2015

Assignment No. 02
Semester: Fall 2015

CS502: Fundamentals of Algorithms

Due Date:07/12/2015

Instructions

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  • The assignment is submitted after due date.
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Objective

 

The objective of this assignment is to enable students:

 

  • Write and solve recurrence relations of recursive algorithms using iteration method
  • Design algorithm using Divide and conquer approach

 

Submission

 

You are required to submit your solution through LMS as MS Word document.

 

For any query about the assignment, contact at CS502@vu.edu.pk

                                                             GOOD LUCK

 

Question 1:

 

Consider the following recursive algorithm for computing the sum of the first n squares:

Sum(n) = 12 + 22 + . . . + n2.

 

Algorithm: SUM(n)

if n = 1 return 1

else return SUM(n − 1) + n ∗ n

 

Write recurrence relation for above algorithm and solve it using Iteration Method.

 

Question 2:

 

In Divide and conquer strategy, three main steps are performed:

 

  1. 1.      Divide: Divides the problem into a small number of pieces
  2. 2.      Conquer: Solves each piece by applying divide and conquer to it recursively
  3. 3.      Combine: Combines/merges the pieces together into a global solution.

 

Write an algorithm to find minimum number from a given array of size ‘n’ using divide and conquer approach.

 

 

Lectures Covered:  This assignment covers first 15 Lectures.

Deadline:             Your assignment must be uploaded/submitted at or before 07 Dec, 2015. 


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def find_min(arr):     
""" Return the least number in nonempty list `arr`.
"""
len_arr = len(arr)
assert len_arr > 0
# Base case:
if len_arr == 1:
return arr[0]
# Divide...
mid = len_arr // 2
# floor of len_arr/2; thus, mid ≥ 1
m1 = find_min(arr[0:mid])
m2 = find_min(arr[mid:len_arr])
# ... and conquer:
return min(m1,m2)

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Important Announcement Regarding Assignment 2 Due Date Dated: Dec 07, 15
Dear Students,

This is to inform you that Deadline of Assignment 2 submission has been extended to 08-12-2015.

By considering your problems in solving Assignment 2, we are going to conduct tomorrow’s (08-12-2015) Adobe Connect Sessions on Assignment 2. If you are facing any difficulty to solve assignment, you are advised to attend the sessions. Detailed announcement on these sessions schedule has already been made on LMS.

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Instructor CS502

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idea 

First of all, if n == 1 you should probably return 1. And yes, this recursive function computes 1 + 2^3 + 3^3 + ... + n^3. How do we know that?

Well, take an example like n = 5;

  • R(5) returns R(4) + 5^3
  • R(4) returns R(3) + 4^3
  • ....
  • R(2) returns R(1) + 2^3
  • R(1) returns 1

If you add them up => R(5) returns 5^3 + 4^3 + .. + 2^3 + 1.

 

EXPLANATION:

Denoting S(n) the sum of the first n cubes, S(n) must be a polynomial of the fourth degree in n, let

S(n) = an^4+bn³+cn²+dn.

This is because

1) S(0)= 0, so there is no independent term,

2) When computing S(n)-S(n-1), which must equal n³, you get a polynomial of the third degree, by cancellation of the quartic term:

S(n)-S(n-1) = a(n^4-(n-1)^4)+b(n³-(n-1)³)+c(n²-(n-1)²)+d(n-(n-1)).

Developing and simplifying,

a(4n³-6n²+4n-1)+b(3n²-3n+1)+c(2n-1)+d = n³.

Let us identify the coefficients:

n³:  4a        =1
n²: -6a+3b     =0
n:   4a-3b+2c  =0
1:   -a +b -c+d=0
Solving this triangular system is straigthforward:

a=1/4
b=1/2
c=1/4
d=0.

and finally

S(n) = (n^4+2n³+n²)/4 = n²(n+1)²/4.

 Check iteration method of power 2 k=log n

T(n) = 2kT (n/(2k)) + (n+n+n+....+n)

= n + n log n

see on page 31


Lecture number 8 the solution s given 

EXAMPLE FROM BOOK:

plz guide us ya working to nahe karne 

T(n) = 2kT(n/(2k)) + (n + n + n + · · · + n) | {z }
k times
= 2kT(n/(2k)) + kn
= 2(logn)T(n/(2(logn))) + (log n)n
= 2(logn)T(n/n) + (log n)n
= nT(1) + n log n = n + n log n

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