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Algorithms Homework - Computer Science




1. Prove by telescoping that T(n) = cn*lg(n) + cn under the following condition;T(n) = c if n = 1;T(n) = 2T(n/2) + cn if n > 1;2. Explain why T(1)'s values above 0 versus c will not matter for comparing algorithms.;3. Give an example of a hypothetical situation when you implement a search engine in terms of the search volume and execution time required to complete the search;4. We have two versions of T(n) above depending on whether we use a constant c or not. Explain why the two versions of running time will not make a difference in terms of algorithm analysis using the asymptotic notation.;5. For T(n) = cn*lg(n) + cn, explain, in terms of growth, the condition where cn becomes insignificant and therefore ignorable in comparison to cn*lg(n)


Paper#70145 | Written in 18-Jul-2015

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