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By Jon Kleinberg, Éva Tardos

ISBN-10: 0321295358

ISBN-13: 9780321295354

Algorithm layout introduces algorithms through taking a look at the real-world difficulties that encourage them. The ebook teaches scholars quite a number layout and research thoughts for difficulties that come up in computing functions. The textual content encourages an figuring out of the set of rules layout technique and an appreciation of the position of algorithms within the broader box of desktop science.

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For |Σ| = O(polylog(n)), we give an O(n)word index with O(p) query time. Table 3 summarizes the above results. Table 3. Indexes for pattern matching with variable-length don’t care symbols [10] [6] Ours 2 Space Query time Remarks O(n2 ) O(n1+ε ) O(n) O(p) O(p) O(p) |Σ| = O(polylog(n)) Preliminaries Let X be a string over an alphabet Σ. The length of X is denoted by |X|. The substring of X containing X[i], X[i + 1], . . , X[j], where 1 ≤ i ≤ j ≤ |X|, is denoted by X[i, j]. For 1 ≤ i ≤ |X|, the substring X[1, i] is called a prefix of X, whereas the substring X[i, |X|] is called a suffix of S.

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