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Recurrences Solution to Exercise 4. Both operations take O lg n time. Thus, the probability that a given iteration returns 0 equals the probability that it returns 1. Look only at the leading term of the formula for running time. The sort on digit d will order the elements by their dth digit.

Also, cannot cause a violation of property 2, since if the removed node was red, it could not have been the root. For example, graph algorithm running times are usually expressed in terms of the number of vertices and the number of edges in the input graph.

We must use knowledge of, or make as- sumptions about, the distribution of inputs. How big a k is practical?

Now consider a shortest bitonic path Pi, j. Proof Since the search is unsuccessful, every probe is to an occupied slot, except for the last probe, which is to an empty slot. Proof If search goes right: If a node is red, then both its children are black. Counting sort will be used in radix sort.

Structure of an optimal solution Think about fastest way from entry through S1, j. Some sections of the text—usually starred—are omitted from the lecture notes. If there is no overlap in the left subtree but node x overlaps i, then we return x. Let E 2 be the event that the ith iteration puts xi into A[i].

Work out the solutlons cases in which i and j are even and odd. We will show that the expected height of a randomly built binary search tree is O lg n. The best-case running time is generally not a good measure of an algorithm. If you are projecting a presenta- tion rather than writing on a blackboard or whiteboard, you might want to mark slides containing this material so that you can easily come back to them later in the lecture.

The randomized algorithm thus takes at least as much time on average as the corresponding deterministic one. A symmetric argument shows that moving the pipeline down from the median also increases the total spur length, and so the optimal placement of the pipeline editoin on the median. The tree walk outputs strings only for nodes that indicate the existence of a string i. OK for keys to not be distinct.

Two subtleties to beware of: Given a set of n elements, a k-permutation is a sequence containing k of the n elements.

They are written a bit more formally than the lecture notes, though a bit less formally than the text. You may choose to allow recursion trees as proofs in your course, in which case some of the substitution ti in the solutions for this chapter become recursion trees.

Here are two examples: Second, if we were to include all solutions, this manual would be longer than the text itself! Inserting into the heap Given a key k to insert into the heap: The worst-case running time is the same as sollutions of insertion sort. The binary-search-tree property must hold after the change. For the lower-bound recurrence, the book assumed that solutioms execution of lines 1—2 and 6—7 each take at least unit time. O hon a tree of height h. Heapsort and quicksort are manial stable.

We view a toss as a success if it misses solutiosn i and as a failure if it lands in bin i. Solution to Exercise 8.

Sorting in linear time Non-comparison sorts. Hence, property 4 is OK. We focus on average-case performance of hashing with chaining.

## CHEAT SHEET

The procedure com- pares v to the array entry at the midpoint of the range and decides to eliminate half the range from further consideration. Exactly one Z n,i is 1, and all others are 0. In each of these parts, f n has the form nk.

Result is that the average search and aalgorithms times increase. How to choose A: Delete all the other children of the randomized node and splice out the randomized node itself. The index lists all the exercises and problems for which this manual provides solu- tions, along with the number of the page on which each solution starts.

### Introduction to Algorithms study group

To maximize this sum, we need to maximize the sum from the right subtree, and that value is precisely m[right[x]]. Proof Use a loop invariant: Solutions for Chapter 2: If this slot contains NIL, the search is unsuccessful. We could show similarly that deletion in a persistent tree also takes worst-case time O h. The operations on the dictionary work as editkon