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The 3n + 1 Problem” – Programming Challenges 110101, UVA Judge 100. 1-2. “The Trip” – Programming Challenges 110103, UVA Judge 10137. 1-3. “Australian Voting” – Programming Challenges 110108, UVA Judge 10142. 2 Algorithm Analysis Algorithms are the most important and durable part of computer science because they can be studied in a language- and machine-independent way. This means that we need techniques that enable us to compare the efficiency of algorithms without implementing them. Our two most important tools are (1) the RAM model of computation and (2) the asymptotic analysis of worst-case complexity.

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Just as much as log n dominates 1. In general, O(f (n)) ∗ O(g(n)) → O(f (n) ∗ g(n)) Ω(f (n)) ∗ Ω(g(n)) → Ω(f (n) ∗ g(n)) Θ(f (n)) ∗ Θ(g(n)) → Θ(f (n) ∗ g(n)) Stop and Think: Transitive Experience Problem: Show that Big Oh relationships are transitive. That is, if f (n) = O(g(n)) and g(n) = O(h(n)), then f (n) = O(h(n)). Solution: We always go back to the definition when working with the Big Oh. What we need to show here is that f (n) ≤ c3 h(n) for n > n3 given that f (n) ≤ c1 g(n) and g(n) ≤ c2 h(n), for n > n1 and n > n2 , respectively.

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