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By Michael Goodrich, Roberto Tamassia

ISBN-10: 0471383651

ISBN-13: 9780471383659

Michael Goodrich and Roberto Tamassia, authors of the winning, information constructions and Algorithms in Java, 2/e, have written set of rules Engineering, a textual content designed to supply a entire advent to the layout, implementation and research of computing device algorithms and information buildings from a latest viewpoint. This publication deals theoretical research recommendations in addition to algorithmic layout styles and experimental equipment for the engineering of algorithms.
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107 Dictionaries and Hash Tables .. . . •.. 1 The Unordered Dictionary ADT .. 2 Hash Tables . . . . . _ . . . . 3 Hash Functions . _ . . . , . . . . 4 Compression Maps . . . . • __ .. _ .. 5 Collision-Handling Schemes . . . . . _ .. 6 Universal Hashing . . . . . . . . . . 125 Java Example: Heap. _ . . . . . . • . ,. 128 Exercises .. . . . . • . _ • _ . • . . . 2 • • . • • The lopics discussed in Ihis chapler come from diverse sources.

Nd take out a different sheep, b. By induction , the 11 - I sheep (now wuh a In their group) are all the same color. Therefore. a is the same color as all the other sheep; hence. all the sheep in the flock are the same color. What is wrong with this "proor'? I S Consider the following "proof" that the Fibonacci functi on. F(n), defined as F { I) = I. F(2) = 2. se (" S; 2): F( I) = I. which is O( I), and F(2) = 2. which is 0(2). Inducl/on step (n > 2): ~ssume the claim is true for n' < II . Consider II .

Using a node as a parameter allows us to remove an element in O( I} time by simply going directly to the place where that node is stored and then "linking out" lhis node through an update of lhe referring links of its neighbors. Defining methods of a list ADT by adding uch node-based operations raises lhe issue of how much information we should be exposi ng about the implementa· tion of our list. Certainly, it is de irable for us to be able to use such an implemen' tation without revealing this detail to a user.

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