Lecture materials and links
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Kallol has announced last week that last week (Nov 23rd) was the last lecture in the series.
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1. Organisation of the course: Online Meeting / Zoom on August 31st at 10:15.
2021 Intro slides PDF
(Panopto recording available from 2020; Zoom recording of 2021 will be added to Panopto folder)
- why algorithmic rigour? - bits and higher level thinking - challenges - Books etc
- Counting the nr of operations, memory slots, etc. - Increase of work when input grows - Big Oh (growth in long run - asymptotic analysis; computational complexity classes) - gnuplot, etc. - Divide and conquer
- Arrays, Lists, Linked lists, XOR list - Abstract Data Types - Queue, circular queue, dequeue, Stack - Amortised analysis example - Binary Search - Sorting: lower bound, Merge Sort, Quicksort - Recursion tree - Average performance of randomise algorithm (Quicksort) - Master method for solving recurrences - Sorting in linear time (Counting sort, Radix sort, Bit-mask based sort) - Bucket sort - Order statistic - Speeding up linked lists - Skip lists
- Tree data model, hierarchical abstraction - Trie - Binary trees - notations, storage, traversal (pre- , post-, in-order), parenthesisation (serialisation), expression trees - General tree traversal: pre- and postorder, depth first, breadth first - Binary Search tree - BST balancing - AVL and Red-Black trees - B-tree - k-d tree (2D, 3D, ..), random projections tree, - Quad-tree, Oct-tree, R-tree variants - Binary heap, array storage, Heapify in O(n) - Augmented data structures: - Dynamic order statistics - Interval tree example - Treap - Union-find
- Binomial heaps - Amortised analysis - van Emde Boas tree/ PQ queue
- Definition of succinct - Heap-like succinct tree - Rank/Select from bitvector - general trees - level-order and depth-first representation - parenthesis representation - unified
- basic representations - hash functions - Universal hashing - Bloom filters
- general relationships representation - Basic characteristics: degrees, connectivity, etc.. - types of graphs: directed/undirected, cyclic/acyclic, ... - Representations: Edge lists, Array representations, ... - Breadth-first, Depth first, Random order, Guided heuristic search - Topological sorting - Finding cycles - Strongly connected components Graphs II PDF, PDF 6up - Weighted graphs - Minimum spanning tree (Prim and Kruskal) - Shortest paths - Dijkstra algorithm - A* algorithm - Paths by matrix multiplications - Page rank - Monte Carlo Clustering (MCL) - Estimation of distances - Community analysis (clustering) - Maximum Flow
- Search space - Objective function - Greedy search - Set cover - A* - TSP - Stochastic search - Simulated Annealing - TABU search - SAT solving - Genetic algorithms - Evolution - Examples, art, etc - Ant Colony Optimisation - Differential Evolution - Robust regression - Particle Swarm Optimisation
- Edit distance - Generalised edit distance - Matrix chain multiplication
- Exact matching - Knuth-Morris-Pratt - Boyer Moore family - Rabin-Karp - Aho-Corasick for multiple string matching
- Deterministic and Non-deterministic automata - Regular expressions -> automaton - Non-deterministic into deterministic automaton - Automaton minimisation ...
- Suffix trie, suffix tree - suffix array - Burrows-Wheeler transformation
16. (tbc) Hidden Markov Models