About this Tutorial, An Algorithm is a sequence of steps to solve a problem Design and Analysis of Algorithm. is very important for designing algorithm to solve different types of problems in the branch. of computer science and information technology, This tutorial introduces the fundamental concepts of Designing Strategies Complexity. analysis of Algorithms followed by problems on Graph Theory and Sorting methods This. tutorial also includes the basic concepts on Complexity theory. This tutorial has been designed for students pursuing a degree in any computer science. engineering and or information technology related fields It attempts to help students to. grasp the essential concepts involved in algorithm design. Prerequisites, The readers should have basic knowledge of programming and mathematics The readers. should know data structure very well Moreover it is preferred if the readers have basic. understanding of Formal Language and Automata Theory. 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BASICS OF ALGORITHMS 1,1 DAA Introduction 2,2 DAA Analysis of Algorithms 4. 3 DAA Methodology of Analysis 5,Asymptotic Analysis 5. Solving Recurrence Equations 5,Amortized Analysis 6. 4 DAA Asymptotic Notations Apriori Analysis 8,Asymptotic Notations 8. O Asymptotic Upper Bound 9,Asymptotic Lower Bound 9. Asymptotic Tight Bound 9,O Notation 10,Notation 10. Apriori and Apostiari Analysis 11,5 DAA Space Complexities 12. What is Space Complexity 12,Savitch s Theorem 13,DESIGN STRATEGIES 14. 6 DAA Divide Conquer 15,7 DAA Max Min Problem 16,Na ve Method 16. Divide and Conquer Approach 16,8 DAA Merge Sort 18. 9 DAA Binary Search 20,10 DAA Strassen s Matrix Multiplication 22. Na ve Method 22,Strassen s Matrix Multiplication Algorithm 22. 11 DAA Greedy Method 24,12 DAA Fractional Knapsack 25. Knapsack Problem 25,Fractional Knapsack 26,13 DAA Job Sequencing with Deadline 29. 14 DAA Optimal Merge Pattern 31,15 DAA Dynamic Programming 34. 16 DAA 0 1 Knapsack 35,Dynamic Programming Approach 36. 17 DAA Longest Common Subsequence 38,GRAPH THEORY 41. 18 DAA Spanning Tree 42,Minimum Spanning Tree 42,Prim s Algorithm 43. 19 DAA Shortest Paths 45,Dijkstra s Algorithm 45,Bellman Ford Algorithm 47. 20 DAA Multistage Graph 51,21 DAA Travelling Salesman Problem 53. 22 DAA Optimal Cost Binary Search Trees 56,HEAP ALGORITHMS 59. 23 DAA Binary Heap 60,24 DAA Insert Method 63,25 DAA Heapify Method 65. 26 DAA Extract Method 66,SORTING METHODS 68,27 DAA Bubble Sort 69. 28 DAA Insertion Sort 71,29 DAA Selection Sort 73,30 DAA Quick Sort 76. 31 DAA Radix Sort 78,COMPLEXITY THEORY 80, 32 DAA Deterministic vs Nondeterministic Computations 81. Deterministic Computation and the Class P 81,Nondeterministic Computation and the Class NP 81. 33 DAA Max Cliques 83,34 DAA Vertex Cover 85,35 DAA P and NP Class 88. 36 DAA Cook s Theorem 90,37 DAA NP Hard NP Complete Classes 92. 38 DAA Hill Climbing Algorithm 94,Hill Climbing 94. Problems of Hill Climbing Technique 95,Complexity of Hill Climbing Technique 95. Applications of Hill Climbing Technique 96,Basics of Algorithms. 1 DAA Introduction, An algorithm is a set of steps of operations to solve a problem performing calculation data. processing and automated reasoning tasks An algorithm is an efficient method that can be. expressed within finite amount of time and space, An algorithm is the best way to represent the solution of a particular problem in a very simple. and efficient way If we have an algorithm for a specific problem then we can implement it. in any programming language meaning that the algorithm is independent from any. programming languages,Algorithm Design, The important aspects of algorithm design include creating an efficient algorithm to solve a. problem in an efficient way using minimum time and space. To solve a problem different approaches can be followed Some of them can be efficient with. respect to time consumption whereas other approaches may be memory efficient However. one has to keep in mind that both time consumption and memory usage cannot be optimized. simultaneously If we require an algorithm to run in lesser time we have to invest in more. memory and if we require an algorithm to run with lesser memory we need to have more. Problem Development Steps, The following steps are involved in solving computational problems. Problem definition,Development of a model,Specification of an Algorithm. Designing an Algorithm,Checking the correctness of an Algorithm. Analysis of an Algorithm,Implementation of an Algorithm. Program testing,Documentation,Characteristics of Algorithms. The main characteristics of algorithms are as follows. Algorithms must have a unique name, Algorithms should have explicitly defined set of inputs and outputs. Algorithms are well ordered with unambiguous operations. Algorithms halt in a finite amount of time Algorithms should not run for infinity i e. an algorithm must end at some point,Pseudocode, Pseudocode gives a high level description of an algorithm without the ambiguity associated. with plain text but also without the need to know the syntax of a particular programming. The running time can be estimated in a more general manner by using Pseudocode to. represent the algorithm as a set of fundamental operations which can then be counted. Difference between Algorithm and Pseudocode, An algorithm is a formal definition with some specific characteristics that describes a process. which could be executed by a Turing complete computer machine to perform a specific. task Generally the word algorithm can be used to describe any high level task in computer. On the other hand pseudocode is an informal and often rudimentary human readable. description of an algorithm leaving many granular details of it Writing a pseudocode has no. restriction of styles and its only objective is to describe the high level steps of algorithm in a. much realistic manner in natural language, For example following is an algorithm for Insertion Sort. Algorithm Insertion Sort,Input A list L of integers of length n. Output A sorted list L1 containing those integers present in L. Step 1 Keep a sorted list L1 which starts off empty. Step 2 Perform Step 3 for each element in the original list L. Step 3 Insert it into the correct position in the sorted list L1. Step 4 Return the sorted list,Step 5 Stop, Here is a pseudocode which describes how the high level abstract process mentioned above. in the algorithm Insertion Sort could be described in a more realistic way. for i 1 to length A,while j 0 and A j 1 x, In this tutorial algorithms will be presented in the form of pseudocode that is similar in many. respects to C C Java Python and other programming languages. 2 DAA Analysis of Algorithms, In theoretical analysis of algorithms it is common to estimate their complexity in the. asymptotic sense i e to estimate the complexity function for arbitrarily large input The term. analysis of algorithms was coined by Donald Knuth, Algorithm analysis is an important part of computational complexity theory which provides. theoretical estimation for the required resources of an algorithm to solve a. specific computational problem Most algorithms are designed to work with inputs of arbitrary. length Analysis of algorithms is the determination of the amount of time and space resources. required to execute it, Usually the efficiency or running time of an algorithm is stated as a function relating the input. length to the number of steps known as time complexity or volume of memory known as. space complexity,The Need for Analysis, In this chapter we will discuss the need for analysis of algorithms and how to choose a better. algorithm for a particular problem as one computational problem can be solved by different. algorithms, By considering an algorithm for a specific problem we can begin to develop pattern. recognition so that similar types of problems can be solved by the help of this algorithm. Algorithms are often quite different from one another though the objective of these. algorithms are the same For example we know that a set of numbers can be sorted using. different algorithms Number of comparisons performed by one algorithm may vary with. others for the same input Hence time complexity of those algorithms may differ At the same. time we need to calculate the memory space required by each algorithm. Analysis of algorithm is the process of analyzing the problem solving capability of the. algorithm in terms of the time and size required the size of memory for storage while. implementation However the main concern of analysis of algorithms is the required time or. performance Generally we perform the following types of analysis. Worst case The maximum number of steps taken on any instance of size a. Best case The minimum number of steps taken on any instance of size a. Average case An average number of steps taken on any instance of size a. Amortized A sequence of operations applied to the input of size a averaged over. To solve a problem we need to consider time as well as space complexity as the program. may run on a system where memory is limited but adequate space is available or may be. vice versa In this context if we compare bubble sort and merge sort Bubble sort does. not require additional memory but merge sort requires additional space Though time. complexity of bubble sort is higher compared to merge sort we may need to apply bubble. sort if the program needs to run in an environment where memory is very limited. 3 DAA Methodology of Analysis, To measure resource consumption of an algorithm different strategies are used as discussed. in this chapter,Asymptotic Analysis, The asymptotic behavior of a function refers to the growth of as n gets large. We typically ignore small values of n since we are usually interested in estimating how slow. the program will be on large inputs, A good rule of thumb is that the slower the asymptotic growth rate the better the algorithm. Though it s not always true, For example a linear algorithm is always asymptotically better than a. quadratic one,Solving Recurrence Equations, A recurrence is an equation or inequality that describes a function in terms of its value on. smaller inputs Recurrences are generally used in divide and conquer paradigm. Let us consider to be the running time on a problem of size n. If the problem size is small enough say where c is a constant the straightforward. solution takes constant time which is written as If the division of the problem yields a. number of sub problems with size, To solve the problem the required time is If we consider the time required for. division is and the time required for combining the results of sub problems is the. recurrence relation can be represented as, A recurrence relation can be solved using the following methods. Substitution Method In this method we guess a bound and using mathematical. induction we prove that our assumption was correct. Recursion Tree Method In this method a recurrence tree is formed where each. node represents the cost, Master s Theorem This is another important technique to find the complexity of a. recurrence relation,Amortized Analysis, Amortized analysis is generally used for certain algorithms where a sequence of similar. operations are performed, Amortized analysis provides a bound on the actual cost of the entire sequence instead. of bounding the cost of sequence of operations separately. Amortized analysis differs from average case analysis probability is not involved in. amortized analysis Amortized analysis guarantees the average performance of each. operation in the worst case, It is not just a tool for analysis it s a way of thinking about the design since designing and. analysis are closely related,Aggregate Method, The aggregate method gives a global view of a problem In this method if n operations takes. worst case time in total Then the amortized cost of each operation is Though. different operations may take different time in this method varying cost is neglected. Accounting Method, In this method different charges are assigned to different operations according to their actual. cost If the amortized cost of an operation exceeds its actual cost the difference is assigned. to the object as credit This credit helps to pay for later operations for which the amortized. cost less than actual cost, If the actual cost and the amortized cost of ith operation are and then. Potential Method, This method represents the prepaid work as potential energy instead of considering prepaid. work as credit This energy can be released to pay for future operations. If we perform operations starting with an initial data structure Let us consider as the. actual cost and as data structure of ith operation The potential function maps to a real. number the associated potential of The amortized cost can be defined by. Hence the total amortized cost is,Dynamic Table, If the allocated space for the table is not enough we must copy the table into larger size. table Similarly if large number of members are erased from the table it is a good idea to. reallocate the table with a smaller size, Using amortized analysis we can show that the amortized cost of insertion and deletion is. constant and unused space in a dynamic table never exceeds a constant fraction of the total. In the next chapter of this tutorial we will discuss Asymptotic Notations in brief. 4 DAA Asymptotic Notations Apriori Analysis, In designing of Algorithm complexity analysis of an algorithm is an essential aspect Mainly. algorithmic complexity is concerned about its performance how fast or slow it works. The complexity of an algorithm describes the efficiency of the algorithm in terms of the. amount of the memory required to process the data and the processing time. Complexity of an algorithm is analyzed in two perspectives Time and Space. Time Complexity, It s a function describing the amount of time required to run an algorithm in terms of the size. of the input Time can mean the number of memory accesses performed the number of. comparisons between integers the number of times some inner loop is executed or some. other natural unit related to the amount of real time the algorithm will take. Space Complexity, It s a function describing the amount of memory an algorithm takes in terms of the size of. input to the algorithm We often speak of extra memory needed not counting the memory. needed to store the input itself Again we use natural but fixed length units to measure. Space complexity is sometimes ignored because the space used is minimal and or obvious. however sometimes it becomes as important an issue as time. Asymptotic Notations, Execution time of an algorithm depends on the instruction set processor speed disk I O. speed etc Hence we estimate the efficiency of an algorithm asymptotically. Time function of an algorithm is represented by where n is the input size. Different types of asymptotic notations are used to represent the complexity of an algorithm. Following asymptotic notations are used to calculate the running time complexity of an.

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