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CHAPTER 5

- Divide and Conquer

Algorithm 5.1.4 Tiling a Deficient Board with

Trominoes

This algorithm constructs a tiling by trominoes

of a deficient nn board where n is a power of 2.

Input Parameters n, a power of 2 (the board

size) the location L of the

missing square Output Parameters None tile(n,L)

if (n 2) // the board is a right

tromino T tile with T return

divide the board into four n/2 n/2 subboards

place one tromino as in Figure 5.1.4(b) //

each of the 1 1 squares in this tromino // is

considered as missing let m1,m2,m3,m4 be the

locations of the missing squares tile(n/2,m1) t

ile(n/2,m2) tile(n/2,m3) tile(n/2,m4)

Algorithm 5.2.2 Merge

This algorithm receives as input indexes i, m,

and j, and an array a, where ai, ... , am and

am 1, ... , aj are each sorted in

nondecreasing order. These two nondecreasing

subarrays are merged into a single nondecreasing

array.

Input Parameters a,i,m,j Output Parameter

a merge(a,i,m,j) p i // index in ai, ...

, am q m 1 // index in am 1, ... ,

aj r i // index in a local array c while

(p m q j) // copy smaller value to

c if (ap aq) cr ap

p p 1 else cr

aq q q 1 r r 1

...

... // copy remainder, if any, of first

subarray to c while (p m) cr

ap p p 1 r r 1 //

copy remainder, if any, of second subarray to c

while (q j) cr aq q q

1 r r 1 // copy c back to a

for r i to j ar cr

Algorithm 5.2.3 Mergesort

This algorithm sorts the array ai, ... , aj

in nondecreasing order. It uses the merge

algorithm (Algorithm 5.2.2).

Input Parameters a,i,j Output Parameter

a mergesort(a,i,j) // if only one element,

just return if (i j) return // divide a

into two nearly equal parts m (i j)/2 //

sort each half mergesort(a,i,m)

mergesort(a,m 1,j) // merge the two sorted

halves merge(a,i,m,j)

Algorithm 5.3.2 Finding the Distance Between a

Closest Pair of Points

This algorithm finds the distance between a

closest pair of points. The input is an array

p1, ... , pn of n 2 points. If p is a

point, p.x is the x- coordinate of p, and p.y

is the y-coordinate of p. The function merge is

Algorithm 5.2.2 and mergesort is Algorithm 5.2.3.

The function merge uses as the key the

y-coordinate of the point. The function mergesort

uses as the key either the x- or y-coordinate of

the point the comments indicate which. The

function dist(p,q) returns the Euclidean distance

between points p and q.

Input Parameters p Output Parameter

None closest_pair(p) n p.last

mergesort(p,1,n) // sort by x-coordinate

return rec_cl_pair(p,1,n) // rec_cl_pair

assumes that input is sorted by x-coordinate. //

At termination, the input is sorted by

y-coordinate. rec_cl_pair(p,i,j) if (j - i lt

3) mergesort(p,i,j) // sort by y-coordinate

// find the distance delta between a closest

pair delta dist(pi,pi 1) if (j

- i 1) // two points return delta

// three points if (dist(pi 1,pi 2)

lt delta) delta dist(pi 1,pi 2)

if (dist(pi,pi 2) lt delta) delta

dist(pi,pi 2) return delta

...

... k (i j)/ 2 l pk.x deltaL

rec_cl_pair(p,i,k) deltaR rec_cl_pair(p,k

1,j) delta min(deltaL,deltaR) // pi,

... , pk is now sorted by y-coordinate, and

// pk 1, ... , pj is now sorted by

y-coordinate. merge(p,i,k,j) // pi, ... ,

pj is now sorted by y-coordinate. // store

points in the vertical strip in v. t 0

for k i to j if (pk.x gt l - delta

pk.x lt l delta) t t 1

vt pk // look for closer pairs

in the strip by comparing // each point in the

strip to the next 7 points. for k 1 to t -

1 for s k 1 to min(t,k 7) delta

min(delta,dist(vk,vs)) return delta

Algorithm 5.4.1 Matrix Product

This algorithm computes the product C of the nn

matrices A and B directly from the definition of

the matrix product.

Input Parameters A,B Output Parameter

C matrix_product(A,B,C) n A.last for i

1 to n for j 1 to n Cij 0

for k 1 to n Cij Cij

Aik Bkj

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