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Java Programming Assignment

$30.00

Java Programming

Computer Science

Arrays

Submatrix

Substitution Method

Variable

10 Problems with Functions, Sets, Recurrence Relations, Modular Operations, and Equivalence

$75.00

Recurrence

Relation

Set

Operation

Function

One-to-one

Onto

Rule

Counterexample

Intersection

Union

Difference

Subset

Mod

Fibonacci

Sequence

Induction

Equivalence

Relation

Reflexive

Symmetric

Transitive

Class

Recurrence

Relation

Set

Operation

Function

One-to-one

Onto

Rule

Counterexample

Intersection

Union

Difference

Subset

Mod

Fibonacci

Sequence

Induction

Equivalence

Relation

Reflexive

Symmetric

Transitive

Class

Two Dynamic Programming Algorithms: Rod Cutting & Minimum Number of Coins Change

$18.00

Dynamic

Programming

Algorithm

Complexity

Recurrence

Rod

Cut

Coin

Change

Amount

Integer

Denomination

Pseudocode

Maximum

DP

Sale

Unit

Piece

Price

Table

Bottom-up

Example

Analysis

Base

Case

Dynamic

Programming

Algorithm

Complexity

Recurrence

Rod

Cut

Coin

Change

Amount

Integer

Denomination

Pseudocode

Maximum

DP

Sale

Unit

Piece

Price

Table

Bottom-up

Example

Analysis

Base

Case

Divide & Conquer Algorithm for Finding Anchor (Fixed) Point of Sorted Array

$10.00

Divide

Conquer

Algorithm

Complexity

Pseudocode

Array

Sorted

Anchor

Index

Fixed

Point

Element

Logn

Distinct

Integer

Divide-and-conquer

Logarithmic

Recurrence

Relation

Divide

Conquer

Algorithm

Complexity

Pseudocode

Array

Sorted

Anchor

Index

Fixed

Point

Element

Logn

Distinct

Integer

Divide-and-conquer

Logarithmic

Recurrence

Relation

Algorithm Questions Involving Recurrence Relations. Usage of Various Solving Methods.

$20.00

Algorithm

Recurrence

Relation

Tree

Recursion

Substitution

Iteration

Master

Theorem

Complexity

Induction

Method

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