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### ADDISON WESLEY ALGORITHMS 4TH EDITION TUTORiAL-PROPAGANDA(1)

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ADDISON WESLEY ALGORITHMS 4TH EDITION TUTORiAL-PROPAGANDA(1)
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| || wishes to be a proper programmer / engineer Too many : |
| || 'programmers' know syntax these days but do not know the : |
| || fundamental math behind why things work as they do. This is : |
| || essential groundwork for the future programmer or person who : |
| || codes but, does not have a deeper understanding of why things : |
| || are developed under certain pretexts.

| || Introduction : |
| || - Algorithms: Introduction 00:09:23 : |
| || Section 1.3: Bags, Queues, and Stacks : |
| || - Stacks 00:16:24 : |
| || - Resizing Arrays 00:09:57 : |
| || - Queues 00:04:34 : |
| || - Generics 00:09:27 : |
| || - Iterators 00:07:17 : |
| || - Stack and Queue Applications 00:13:25 : |
| || Section 1.4: Analysis of Algorithms : |
| || - Introduction to Analysis of Algorithms 00:08:15 : |
| || - Observations 00:10:06 : |
| || - Mathematical Models 00:12:49 : |
| || - Order-of-Growth Classifications 00:14:40 : |
| || - Theory of Algorithms 00:11:36 : |
| || - Memory 00:08:12 : |
| || Section 1.5: Case Study: Union-Find : |
| || - Dynamic Connectivity 00:10:23 : |
| || - Quick Find 00:10:19 : |
| || - Quick Union 00:07:51 : |
| || - Quick-Union Improvements 00:13:03 : |
| || - Union-Find Applications 00:09:22 : |
| || Section 2.1: Elementary Sorts : |
| || - Introduction to Sorting 00:14:43 : |
| || - Selection Sort 00:06:59 : |
| || - Insertion Sort 00:09:29 : |
| || - Shellsort 00:10:49 : |
| || - Shuffling 00:07:40 : |
| || - Convex Hull 00:13:51 : |
| || Section 2.2: Mergesort : |
| || - Mergesort 00:23:55 : |
| || - Bottom-up Mergesort 00:03:21 : |
| || - Sorting Complexity 00:09:06 : |
| || - Comparators 00:06:44 : |
| || - Stability 00:05:40 : |
| || Section 2.3: Quicksort : |
| || - Quicksort 00:19:34 : |
| || - Selection 00:07:09 : |
| || - Duplicate Keys 00:11:26 : |
| || - System Sorts 00:11:50 : |
| || Section 2.4: Priority Queues : |
| || - APIs and Elementary Implementations 00:12:53 : |
| || - Binary Heaps 00:23:37 : |
| || - Heapsort 00:14:30 : |
| || Section 3.1: Symbol Tables : |
| || - Symbol Table APIs 00:21:30 : |
| || - Elementary Implementations 00:09:04 : |
| || - Ordered Operations 00:06:26 : |
| || Section 3.2: Binary Search Trees : |
| || - Binary Search Trees 00:19:57 : |
| || - Ordered Operations in BSTs 00:10:32 : |
| || - Deletion in BSTs 00:09:53 : |
| || Section 3.3: Balanced Search Trees : |
| || - 2-3 Search Trees 00:16:56 : |
| || - Red-Black BSTs 00:35:30 : |
| || Section 3.4: Hash Tables : |
| || - Hash Functions 00:18:14 : |
| || - Separate Chaining 00:07:28 : |
| || - Linear Probing 00:14:38 : |
| || - Context 00:10:10 : |
| || Section 3.5: Applications : |
| || - Sets 00:05:05 : |
| || - Dictionary 00:05:39 : |
| || - Indexing Clients 00:07:53 : |
| || - Sparse Vectors 00:07:42 : |
| || Section 4.1: Undirected Graphs : |
| || - Introduction to Graphs 00:09:33 : |
| || - Graph API 00:14:47 : |
| || - Depth-First Search 00:26:23 : |
| || - Breadth-First Search 00:13:34 : |
| || - Connected Components 00:18:56 : |
| || - Graph Challenges 00:14:29 : |
| || Section 4.2: Directed Graphs : |
| || - Introduction to Digraphs 00:08:31 : |
| || - Digraph API 00:04:56 : |
| || - Digraph Search 00:20:57 : |
| || - Topological Sort 00:12:54 : |
| || - Strong Components 00:20:22 : |
| || Section 4.3: Minimum Spanning Trees : |
| || - Introduction to MSTs 00:04:04 : |
| || - Greedy Algorithm 00:12:57 : |
| || - Edge-Weighted Graph API 00:11:16 : |
| || - Kruskal's Algorithm 00:12:29 : |
| || - Prim's Algorithm 00:33:16 : |
| || - MST Context 00:10:35 : |
| || Section 4.4: Shortest Paths : |
| || - Shortest Paths APIs 00:10:51 : |
| || - Shortest Path Properties 00:14:46 : |
| || - Dijkstra's Algorithm 00:18:58 : |
| || - Edge-Weighted DAGs 00:19:24 : |
| || - Negative Weights 00:21:02 : |
| || Section 5.1: String Sorts : |
| || - Strings in Java 00:17:43 : |
| || - Key-Indexed Counting 00:12:06 : |
| || - LSD Radix Sort 00:15:01 : |
| || - MSD Radix Sort 00:13:42 : |
| || - 3-way Radix Quicksort 00:07:23 : |
| || - Suffix Arrays 00:19:25 : |
| || Section 5.2: Tries : |
| || - R-way Tries 00:32:19 : |
| || - Knuth-Morris-Pratt 00:33:15 : |
| || - Boyer-Moore 00:08:37 : |
| || - Rabin-Karp 00:16:14 : |
| || Section 5.4: Regular Expressions : |
| || - Regular Expressions 00:20:03 : |
| || - REs and NFAs 00:13:14 : |
| || - NFA Simulation 00:18:24 : |
| || - NFA Construction 00:11:43 : |
| || - Regular Expression Applications 00:20:06 : |
| || Section 5.5: Data Compression : |
| || - Introduction to Data Compression 00:22:27 : |
| || - Run-Length Coding 00:05:59 : |
| || - Huffman Compression 00:24:14 : |
| || - LZW Compression 00:27:33 : |
| || Bonus Lectures : |
| || - Event-Driven Simulation 00:22:39 : |
| || - B-Trees 00:10:37 : |
| || - Introduction to Reductions 00:09:32 : |
| || - Designing Algorithms 00:08:13 : |
| || - Establishing Lower Bounds 00:09:23 : |
| || - Classifying Problems 00:12:45 : |
| || - Brewer's Problem 00:21:16 : |
| || - Simplex Algorithm 00:11:49 : |
| || - Simplex Implementations 00:16:22 : |
| || - Linear Programming Reductions 00:11:46 : |
| || - Introduction to Intractability 00:17:01 : |
| || - Search Problems 00:10:57 : |
| || - P vs. NP 00:16:29 : |
| || - Classifying Problems 00:13:43 : |
| || - NP-Completeness 00:12:38 : |
| || - Coping with Intractability 00:14:02 : |
| || - Introduction to Maxflow 00:10:34 : |
| || - Ford-Fulkerson Algorithm 00:06:33 : |
| || - Maxflow-Mincut Theorem 00:09:39 : |
| || - Running Time Analysis 00:08:50 : |
| || - Java Implementation 00:14:29 : |
| || - Maxflow Applications 00:22:20 : |
| || - 1d Range Search 00:08:52 : |
| || - Line Segment Intersection 00:05:47 : |
| || - Kd-Trees 00:29:08 : |
| || - Interval Search Trees 00:13:47 : |
| || - Rectangle Intersection 00:08:11 : |
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