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  1. calculating the recurrence of the algorithm

    Hi
    i need recurrence for this algorithm

    count ← 0
    Alg(n,list)
    If(n==0)
    count++
    Else
    Return Alg(n-1,list);
    Return count.
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    Re: Writing algorithms.

    yes we are allowed to create a new stored file or we can use the old file.
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    Re: Very simple recursive algorithm

    ok fine i ll repost in new thread and more over these are not my homework problems. i am new to coding becz my background s biology. i m learng algorithms fr my thesis work. Hope u under stand
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    Re: Writing algorithms.

    yup i will post in new thread with a new question and in the second question i am done with my algorithm but the analysg the time is bit cnfusing

    secondly the the problem with the file sytem s...
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    Very simple recursive algorithm

    Write a recursive algorithm that counts the number of times the integer 0 appears in a list of integers. Write a recurrence for the algorithm and solve it.
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    Re: Writing algorithms.

    Write an algorithm that takes an array containing zeroes and ones, and returns true, if every sequence of consecutive ones is even. Else, it returns false. Analyze the running time of the algorithm.
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    Re: Writing algorithms.

    I don't know which algorithm is used and more over i am not building the algorithm. So the basic question is is it possible to sort in O(n) time and by using only small amount of additional storage??
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    Writing algorithms.

    Suppose we have a file of n records which are partially sorted as x1 <= x2 <= x3 <= <= xm, and xm+1 <= .. <= xn, is it possible to sort the entire file in time O(n) using only a small fixed amount...
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