School of Engineering and Information Technology
ASSESSMENT COVER SHEET
Student Name Mrinalini Padmanbhan
Student ID S252757
Assessment Title Assignment 2
Unit Number and Title HIT400
Lecturer/Tutor Peter Shaw
Date Submitted 5/10/2015
Date Received 23/9/2015
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PLAGIARISM
Plagiarism is the presentation of the work of another without acknowledgement. Students may use a limited amount of information and ideas expressed by others but this use must be identified by appropriate referencing.
CONSEQUENCES OF PLAGIARISM
Plagiarism is misconduct as defined under the Student Conduct By-Laws.…show more content… Assuming T(0)=1
n/3^k=1 n= 3^k
log_3n =k
T(n)= 4^logn
Thus the solution to the recurrence relation equation is T(n)= 4^logn
Question 2
Solve
T^0(k ) = T^0 (k-1)+T^1 (k) ………………(1)
T^1 (k)= T^0 (k-1)+(d-2)T^1 (k-1) ………………(2)
Considering T^0(k ) = T^0 (k-1)+T^1 (k)
When k= k-1, then
T^0(k -1) = T^0 (k-2)+T^1 (k) ………………(3)
Substituting (3) in (1)
T^0(k ) = T^0 (k-2)+〖T^1 (k) +T〗^1 (k) ……………..(4)
When k= k-2, then
T^0(k -2) = T^0 (k-3)+T^1 (k) …………….(5)
Substituting (3) in (1)
T^0(k ) = T^0 (k-3)+T^1 (k)+〖T^1 (k) +T〗^1 (k) ……………..(4)
Generalising the equation
T^0(k ) = T^0 (k-m)+〖m*T〗^1 (k)
Assuming T^0(0)= 0
k-m =0 k=m T^0(m ) = 〖m*T〗^1 (k)
Considering
T^1 (k)= T^0 (k-1)+(d-2)T^1 (k-1)
When k= k-1, then
T^1 (k-1)= T^0 (k-1)+(d-2)T^1 (k-2) ……………….(5)
Substituting (5 ) in (3)
T^1 (k)= T^0 (k-1)+(d-2)〖{T〗^0 (k-1)+(d-2)T^1 (k-2)} …………(6)
When k= k-2, then
T^1 (k-2)= T^0 (k-1)+(d-2)T^1 (k-3) ……………….(7)
Substituting(7) in(6)
T^1 (k)= T^0 (k-1)+(d-2)〖{T〗^0 (k-1)+(d-2)〖{T〗^0 (k-1)+(d-2)T^1 (k-3)}}………..(8) T^1 (k)= T^0 (k-1)+(d-2)T^0 (k-1)+(d-2)^2 T^0 (k-1)+(d-2)^3 T^1 (k-3) ………………..(9)
Consider d-2 as a constant ‘a’ then
T^1 (k)= T^0*a^0+a^1*T^0 (k-1)+a^2*T^0 (k-1)+a^3*T^1…show more content… Example:SAT,Graph colouring, Hamilton Cycle
NP – complete is a complexity class in which an instance of a NP- complete problem can be transformed into another instance of solved NP- complete problem in polynomial times.NP complete is a subset of NP and NP hard
Example: Euler and Rudrata, walking salesman problem, integer linear programming
Co-NP is a complexity class where an instance of a decision problem has a solution no, can be verified in polynomial times. Co-Np is the exact opposite of NP as it verifies no as the solution and NP verifies yes as the solution.
Example: Prime and factorisation
b) consider P≠ NP which is usually proved under the assumption that PH would not collapse as it P≠NP has a constraint of ∑_(i+1)▒ .
Polynomial hierarchal collapse occurs when PH = PSPACE, since the PSPACE- complete language of true quantified Boolean formulas falls in the constraint of∑_i▒ .