Distributed Systems CS 3850 Soufiane Noureddine Lectures MWF 14:00 – 14:50 (PE207D) Office Hours MW 11:00 – 12:00 (C520) Introduction Chapter 1 Computer Networks

ByHeaps & Priority Queues. (Walls & Mirrors - Remainder of Chapter 11). Overview. Array-Based Representation of a Complete Binary Tree Heaps The ADT Priority Queue Heap Implementation of the ADT Priority Queue Heapsort. Complete Binary Tree.

ByHeuristic Search. Ref: Chapter 4. Heuristic Search Techniques. Direct techniques (blind search) are not always possible (they require too much time or memory). Weak techniques can be effective if applied correctly on the right kinds of tasks. Typically require domain specific information.

ByPhylogenetic Methods. Understanding Trees Alignments Distances Clustering Methods Bootstrapping Likelihood Methods Parsimony. Phylogeny of Mammals a good example where molecular sequences have led to a big improvement of our understanding of evolution. Cao et al. (2000) Gene.

ByChapter 10. Amortized Analysis. An example – push and pop . A sequence of operations: OP 1 , OP 2 , … OP m OP i : several pops (from the stack) and one push (into the stack) t i : time spent by OP i the average time per operation:.

ByThe MV3R-Tree: A Spatio-Temporal Access Method for Timestamp and Interval Queries. Yufei Tao and Dimitris Papadias Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Present by Guangyue Jia. Overview. Motivation Related works MV3R-tree Strong and weak points Relation to our project

ByA Simpler Minimum Spanning Tree Verification Algorithm. Valerie King July 31,1995. Agenda. Abstract Introduction Boruvka tree property Komlós algorithm for full branching tree Implementation of Komlós’s algorithm Analysis. Abstract .

ByAddress Configuration in Adhoc Networks in IPv4. By Meenakshi Sundaram V. Problem Definition. In a MANET, group of nodes dynamically form a network. No dedicated machine providing DHCP services. Providing an efficient addressing scheme for an infrastructure less network (adhoc).

ByChapter 9 Object-Oriented Software Development. Software Development Process Analyze Relationships Among Objects Class Development Class Design Guidelines Wrapper Classes Generic Sort Class Generic Matrix Class Generic Linked List Class. Software Development Process.

ByLinked Lists. myList. a. b. c. d. Anatomy of a linked list. A linked list consists of: A sequence of nodes. Each node contains a value. and a link (pointer or reference) to some other node. The last node contains a null link. The list may (or may not) have a header.

ByC Programming –Application of Pointers to Linked List and Binary Tree. In this lecture we learn about: Linked Lists Binary Trees. Structs which contain themselves. Sometimes programmers want structs in C to contain themselves.

ByROGICS’08 May 14, 2008. Universal Random Semi-Directed Graphs. Anthony Bonato Wilfrid Laurier University Ryerson University Canada. Joint work with Dejan Delić and Changping Wang. Web graph. nodes : web pages edges : links. The web graph. How big is the web?.

ByBinary Search Tree (BST). Properties: Each node has a value The left subtree contains only values less than the parent node’s value The right subtree contains only values greater than or equal to the parent node’s value. BST Example. BST Search Algorithm. if the root is NULL then

BySeptember 23, 2004. Introduction to Computer Security Lecture 4 SPM, Security Policies, Confidentiality and Integrity Policies. Schematic Protection Model. Key idea is to use the notion of a protection type Label that determines how control rights affect an entity Take-Grant:

ByCOMP171 Spring 2009. Course Review. Elementary Data Structures. Linked lists Types : singular, doubly, circular Operations : insert, find, delete O( N ) Stack ADT (array or linked-list) First-in-Last-out Operations : push, pop Queue ADT (array or linked-list) First-in-First-out

ByLAB#4 . Linked List. Overview Before we go to our lesson we must know about : data structure . Algorithms .

ByAdvanced Data Structures. CHAPTER 2. Outlines. Binary search trees B-trees Heaps and priority queues Skip list. Binary Search Trees. Binary Search Trees: Nodes. left. right. key. parent. internal node. left. key. parent. right. left. key. parent. right. root node. leaf node.

ByCSS342: Linked Lists. Professor: Munehiro Fukuda. Topics. Basic concepts of linked lists Implementations Special implementations Applications. Basic Concepts. 45. 76. 84. Linked List. header. 20. 51. NULL. X. template<class Object> struct LListNode { Object item;

ByLinked Lists. Ping Zhang 2010/09/29. myList. a. b. c. d. Anatomy of a linked list. A linked list consists of: A sequence of nodes. Each node contains a value. and a link (pointer or reference) to some other node. The last node contains a null link. The list must have a header.

ByPeer-to-Peer Networks. Mozafar Bag- Mohammadi Ilam University. The Road Ahead. p2p file sharing techniques Downloading: Whole-file vs. chunks Searching Centralized index (Napster, etc.) Flooding (Gnutella, etc.) Smarter flooding (KaZaA, …) Routing (Freenet, etc.) Challenges

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