CSE 548 Analysis of Algorithms
Department of Computer Science
SUNY Korea & Stony Brook University
Flipped learning course for learning techniques for designing efficient algorithms, including choice of data structures, recursion, branch and bound, divide and conquer, and dynamic programming. Complexity analysis of searching, sorting, matrix multiplication, and graph algorithms. Standard NP-complete problems and polynomial transformation techniques.
[lecture] Mon/Wed 15:30~16:50 Academic Bldg. A117
Office Hours: Tue/Wed 17:00-18:00 (or send emails for appointments) at B422
Homeworkwill be 15% of your grade and will cover reading and viewing online lectures prior to class checked by a short quiz at the start of class.
Since this is a flipped class, we solve problems in class.
You will do one presentation on an algorithm topic of your choice from Selected Topics chapters of the book. (peer reviewed) .
10/18 modifications to the notes on list-based 01 knapsack.
+ hashed on w values and sorted on p values
when p'<= p'' & w'==w''
Subject to change.
Everyone is strongly urged to attend class regularly and actively participate. You will be responsible for learning all the materials covered in class. Notes and supplementary handouts will cover most of the material; however, in-class participation through engaging in discussions and asking questions should be valued learning activity.
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