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Combinatorial,JohonsonTrotter,Backtracking,Permutation,MST,Prim,Kruskal,ShortestPath,Dijkstra,Bellman-Ford,Floyd-Warshal
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Created by John Mathew
Last updated 9/2017
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Includes:
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
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  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • SW Problem Solving
  • Algorithm Complexity
  • Bit Operations
  • Number Bases
  • Floating Point Numbers
  • O(Big-Oh)-Notation, (Big-Omega)-Notation, (Theta)-Notation
  • Endianness
  • Exhaustive Search Method
  • Combinatorial Problem
  • Baby Gin Problem
  • Brute-Force
  • Permutation
  • Lexicographic–Order
  • Johonson-Trotter
  • Combination
  • Minimum-exchange Requirement
  • Subset
  • Knapsack Problem and Fractional Knapsack Method
  • Greedy Algorithm and Application of Greedy Approach
  • Recursive Algorithm Applying Greedy Method
  • Comparison of Greedy Method and Dynamic Programming
  • Representative Algorithms of Greedy Methods
  • Huffman coding
  • Change Reducing Problem
  • Meeting Room Scheduling
  • Divide and Conquer
  • Merge Sort
  • Quick sort
  • Hoare Partition
  • Lomuto Partition
  • Binary Search
  • Power Set
  • Backtracking
  • Maze Finding
  • State Space Tree
  • 8-Queens Problem
  • Subset
  • Power Set
  • Permutation
  • Graphs
  • Search
  • Disjoint Sets
  • Expression of Linked List
  • Minimum Spanning Tree
  • Prim Algorithm
  • Kruskal Algorithm
  • Shortest Path
  • Dijkstra Algorithm
  • Bellman-Ford Algorithm
  • Floyd-Warshall Algorithm
  • The full training program is divided into few courses. If you wish to take more courses, I recommend to take the courses in sequence to get WHOLE of this training programme.
  • When you complete this course, you will be able to understand the terminologies and concepts of Algorithms for software development.
  • You will be able to apply the roles of Algorithms in products and various components of the software product.
  • This course is designed to improve the software developer’s implementation capabilities by covering the algorithms and data structures to improve implementation ability.
  • This course will allow developers to build the concepts in algorithms and learn how to apply them in real world tasks.
  • Job seekers who are preparing for interview in Product MNC/e-commerce/service companies. Anyone who has deep desire to learn Data Structures And Algorithms,Competitive Programming.
  • For college going students, this course will help in improving grades in college curriculum.
  • To receive certification that you have completed the course, you must attend the course in full.
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Requirements
  • The full training program is divided into few courses. It is recommended to finish all previous courses of this training programme. There may be some references which are taken from the previous courses.
  • If you wish to take all the courses, I recommend to take the courses in sequence to get WHOLE of this training programme.
  • A spare working computer with gcc compiler(preferably) or virtualization software like VMWare Fusion or Virtual Box.
  • This course assumes that the students have some background in mathematical concepts and formal reasoning.
Description

What is the course about?
For me, the biggest difference is that you cannot look up algorithms like you can look up syntax or documentation.
Generally software development involves learning new technologies on a daily basis. You get to learn most of these technologies while using them in one of your projects. However, it is not the case with algorithms.
If you don't know algorithms well, you won't be able to identify if you can optimize the code you are writing right now. You are expected to know them in advance and apply them wherever possible and critical.

This is the third part of the Training program on Algorithms and Data Structures which covers the essential information that every serious programmer needs to know about algorithms and data structures. This course will cover SW Problem Solving, Algorithm Complexity, Bit Operations, Number Bases, Floating Point Numbers, O(Big-Oh)-Notation, (Big-Omega)-Notation, (Theta)-Notation, Endianness, Exhaustive Search Method, Combinatorial Problem, Baby, Gin Problem, Brute-Force, Permutation, Lexicographic–Order, Johonson-Trotter, Combination, Minimum-exchange Requirement, Subset, Knapsack Problem and Fractional Knapsack Method, Greedy Algorithm and Application of Greedy, Approach, Recursive Algorithm Applying Greedy Method, Comparison of Greedy Method and Dynamic Programming, Representative Algorithms of Greedy Methods, Huffman coding, Change Reducing Problem, Meeting Room Scheduling, Divide and Conquer, Merge Sort, Quick sort, Hoare Partition, Lomuto Partition, Binary Search and Power Set,Backtracking, Maze Finding, State Space Tree, 8-Queens Problem, Subset, Power Set, Permutation, Graphs, Search, Disjoint Sets, Expression of Linked List, Minimum Spanning Tree, Prim Algorithm, Kruskal Algorithm, Shortest, Path, Dijkstra Algorithm, Bellman-Ford Algorithm and Floyd-Warshall Algorithm. This comprehensive course will give you enough understanding on algorithms and data structures from where you can take yourself to higher level of expertise.

The optimisation is always a tradeoff between CPU and memory. The more memory the less CPU and conversely. The way they are affected is described using the Big O notation. Both the CPU and memory have their Big O notation behaviour. Take a look here Big-O Algorithm Complexity Cheat Sheet. The complexity gives a clue about the scalability of the algorithm. Will the algorithm run 2 times slower if there is 2 more elements or it will be the same ? On the memory side, the same rules apply. Will the algorithm require 2 times more memory for processing an array with 2 times more elements ? or is this a fixed amount of memory (in place processing). Choosing the right algorithm should rely on understanding how it will cost in term of CPU and memory.

You basically won't ever get an interview that won't require you to have some foundational knowledge in computer science, and such interviews will often ask you about complexity of various algorithms.
You will be taught all the skills needed for Algorithms and data structures from the basic fundamentals to the very complicated level of details and tricks related to the languages.
This course will benefit you to perform your programming jobs better and also help you to get to better positions, with confidence, in case you are looking out for jobs.This course will help you to to handle Algorithm based interview with more confidence.

This course is not based on any one programming language. Its a concept based training program which deals with psuedo code. This can be applied to any language viz C, C++, Java, Python etc

Please remember that this is a serious course on algorithms. I believe that subjects like algorithms and data structures cannot be learned in few hours or days. It required continuous practice. Students may have to put a lot of efforts in order to become expert in programming and make the best use of this course. This course covers the essential information that every programmer needs to know about algorithms and data structures.

If you are:
1. Tired of finding good learning resources on Algorithms ?
2. Do you want to become a expert level Programmer ?
3. Are you ready to learn how Big-Oh,Brute-Force,Combinatorial,BabyGin,Lexicographic–Order,Johonson-Trotter,Combination,Knapsack,Huffman and Partitions works ?
4. As a Bonus, get a complimentary consultation about Linux OS and Linux Kernel Internals, Algorithms, Data Structures, HTML, C and Java Programming languages.
5. So if you’re looking for knowledge, a rewarding adventure, and the advantage a future perspective can offer, I’m excited to tell you more about my step-by-step training program for Algorithms and Data Structures.

What kind of material is included?
1. This course consists of high quality training content using quality videos with industry oriented hands-on examples.
2. I have tried to include the juice of my 10 years of experience in this course.
3. The focus is on giving real life essential tricks and skills.
4. I suggest students to take this course with pen and paper handy. Note the important points and take part in discussions. The exercise is the most important part in learning any subject. I advise students to take the problems after each section.

How long will the course take to complete?
1. This is the comprehensive course covering almost all the topics of algorithms and data structures.
2. I advise students to cover not more than one lesson/section per day and do not move to the next lesson/section without doing the exercise.

How is the course structured?
1. A perfect blend of theory and programming.

Why take this course?
0. Algorithms is the hot subject for interviewers. This course will surely help.
1. This is the comprehensive course covering almost all the topics of algorithms and data structures.
2. This course will tends to replace text books ie it will be a complete reference of algorithms and data structures.
3. For the college going students, this course helps in improving grades in college curriculum and increases the chances at the final Campus Interview.
4. Algorithms is a difficult subject, I have tried hard to make my delivery easy and effective.

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.

How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.

What if I am unhappy with the course?
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Who is the target audience?
  • Job seekers who are preparing for interview in Product MNC/e-commerce/service companies. Anyone who has deep desire to learn Data Structures And Algorithms,Competitive Programming.
  • Undergraduates, Graduates and Post-Graduates
  • Software developers, computer science engineers and students who wish to strengthen their software problem-solving ability.
  • Experienced software engineers who are looking to refresh important fundamental concepts
  • If you're fed up with academia centric courses on Data Structures & Algorithms and want to intuitively & practically understand how to implement and the most popular algorithms and data structures in software, then this course is for you.
  • If you want to learn popular data structures and algorithms at a deep level, then this course is for you.
  • If you are a software developer with a good grasp of the fundamentals of Programming, and you are confident with the essentials but want to delve deeper and understand data structures and algorithms, then this course is for you.
  • This course is meant for everyone from scientists to software developers who want to get closer to algorithmic thinking.
  • This is a course for professionals and students in occupational group in any organization or academics to help them to understand the basics of Algorithms and data structures that they should know well.
  • For college going students, this course will help in improving grades in college curriculum.
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Curriculum For This Course
44 Lectures
03:14:19
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Orientation
1 Lecture 00:20

Intro and warming up, Course Introduction and contents, Learning structures and preparations.

Preview 00:20
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Problem Solving,Algorithm Complexity,Bit Operations,Number Bases,Floating Point
7 Lectures 30:37

Intro, Learning objectives

Preview 00:42

Limitations and Requirements for Programming
SW Problem Solving Capability
Training for Problem Solving Capability
Problem Solving Procedure
Strategies for Solving Problems

Preview 05:30

Procedure or method for solving problems through finite steps
Efficiency of Algorithm
Analysis of Time Complexity
Asymptotic Notation of Complexity
O(Big-Oh)-Notation
Complexity f(n) and O-Notation
Ω(Big-Omega)-Notation
Complexity f(n) and Ω-Notation
Θ(Theta)-Notation
Necessity of Efficient Algorithm

Preview 06:35

1 << n
i& ( 1 << j )
Endianness

Bit Operations and Endianness
09:23

One of the skills which is useful to programmers is an understanding of the relationship between number bases.  When you understand how numbers are represented in base two (Binary), base eight (Octal), and base sixteen (Hexadecimal), you will better understand references which will be made later in your study of C++.

Number Bases
02:38

The term floating point is derived from the fact that there is no fixed number of digits before and after the decimal point; that is, the decimal point can float. There are also representations in which the number of digits before and after the decimal point is set, called fixed-pointrepresentations.

Floating Point Numbers
04:24

Summary

Summary
01:25
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Combinatorial,Permutation,Lexicographic–Order,Johonson-Trotter,Permutation
4 Lectures 25:56

Intro, Learning objectives

Intro, Learning objectives
00:29

Baby Gin Problem
Exhaustive Search
Brute-Force Search(Sequential Search)
Beginning with Exhaustive Search.

Exhaustive Search Method, Baby Gin Problem, Brute-Force
06:19

Combinatorial,Permutation,Minimum-exchange Requirement,Johonson-Trotter,Permutation
Exhaustive Search and Combinatorial Problem
Permutation
Lexicographic–Order
Minimum-exchange Requirement
Johonson-Trotter Algorithm
Permutation Generation through Recursive Call
Subset
Knapsack Problem
Greedy method and dynamic programming
Combination

Combinatorial,Permutation,Minimum-exchange Requirement,Johonson-Trotter
18:23

Summary

Summary
00:45
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Greedy Algorithm,Knapsack,Huffman coding,Change Reducing Problem,Meeting Room
7 Lectures 27:45

Intro, Learning objectives

Intro, Learning objectives
00:43

Operation Process
Application of Greedy Approach

Greedy Algorithm
02:10

Application of Greedy Approach

Change Reducing Problem
04:02

Use of Exhaustive Search
Application of Greedy Approach
Fractional Knapsack Method

Knapsack Problem and Use of Exhaustive Search, Fractional Knapsack Method
05:56

Application of Greedy Approach
Iteration Algorithm by Applying Greedy Method
Recursive Algorithm Applying Greedy Method
Essential Elements of Greedy Method
Essential Elements of Greedy Algorithm to Find an Optimal Solution
Comparison of Greedy Method and Dynamic Programming

Meeting Room Scheduling,Comparison of Greedy Method and Dynamic Programming
09:27

Application of Greedy Approach for Baby Gin Problems
Representative Algorithms of Greedy Methods

Representative Algorithms of Greedy Methods, Huffman coding
03:06

Summary

Summary
02:21
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Divide & Conquer,Merge,Quick sort,Hoare Partition,Lomuto Partition,Binary Search
6 Lectures 19:43

Intro, Learning objectives

Intro, Learning objectives
00:28

Like Greedy and Dynamic Programming, Divide and Conquer is an algorithmic paradigm. A typical Divide and Conquer algorithm solves a problem using following three steps.
1. Divide: Break the given problem into subproblems of same type.
2. Conquer: Recursively solve these subproblems
3. Combine: Appropriately combine the answers
Power Set Power set P(S) of a set S is the set of all subsets of S. For example S = {a, b, c} then P(s) = {‌{}, {a}, {b}, {c}, {a,b}, {a, c}, {b, c}, {a, b, c}}.
If S has n elements in it then P(s) will have 2^n elements

Divide and Conquer, Power
03:24

Like QuickSort, Merge Sort is a Divide and Conquer algorithm. It divides input array in two halves, calls itself for the two halves and then merges the two sorted halves. The merge() function is used for merging two halves. The merge(arr, l, m, r) is key process that assumes that arr[l..m] and arr[m+1..r] are sorted and merges the two sorted sub-arrays into one.

Merge Sort
02:25

Like Merge Sort, QuickSort is a Divide and Conquer algorithm. It picks an element as pivot and partitions the given array around the picked pivot. There are many different versions of quickSort that pick pivot in different ways.
Always pick first element as pivot.
Always pick last element as pivot (implemented below)
Pick a random element as pivot.
Pick median as pivot.
The key process in quickSort is partition(). Target of partitions is, given an array and an element x of array as pivot, put x at its correct position in sorted array and put all smaller elements (smaller than x) before x, and put all greater elements (greater than x) after x. All this should be done in linear time.

Quick sort
08:48

Given a sorted array arr[] of n elements, write a function to search a given element x in arr[].
A simple approach is to do linear search.The time complexity of above algorithm is O(n). Another approach to perform the same task is using Binary Search.
Binary Search: Search a sorted array by repeatedly dividing the search interval in half. Begin with an interval covering the whole array. If the value of the search key is less than the item in the middle of the interval, narrow the interval to the lower half. Otherwise narrow it to the upper half. Repeatedly check until the value is found or the interval is empty.

Binary Search and Use of Divide and Conquer
03:36

Summary

Summary
01:02
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Backtracking,State Space Tree,8-Queens Problem,Subset,Power Set,Permutation
6 Lectures 25:21

Intro, Learning objectives

Intro, Learning objectives
00:28

Backtracking,Maze finding,Subset Sum Problem,State Space Tree,Depth First Search,N-Queens Problem

Backtracking,Maze Finding,Subset Sum,State Space Tree,Depth First Search,N-Queen
10:38

If A and B are two sets, and every element of set A is also an element of set B, then A is called a subset of B and we write it as A ⊆ B or B ⊇ A
The symbol ⊂ stands for ‘is a subset of’ or ‘is contained in’
The collection of all subsets of set A is called the power set of A. It is denoted by P(A). In P(A), every element is a set.

Subset and Power Set
05:42

State space tree of a permutation
Like subset, if the number of the elements to list is n, n selections are made.
The height of the state space tree of a subset with n elements is identical with that of the permutation.
But, In the cases of a permutation, whenever selection is made, the number of options reduces.
Namely, There are n options in the root, but the number of the options decreases whenever a child node is visited.
Number of leaf nodes= N X (N-1) X . . . 2 X 1 = N!

Permutation and State Space Tree of a Permutation
04:59

Given a value N, if we want to make change for N cents, and we have infinite supply of each of S = { S1, S2, .. , Sm} valued coins, how many ways can we make the change? The order of coins doesn’t matter.
For example, for N = 4 and S = {1,2,3}, there are four solutions: {1,1,1,1},{1,1,2},{2,2},{1,3}. So output should be 4. For N = 10 and S = {2, 5, 3, 6}, there are five solutions: {2,2,2,2,2}, {2,2,3,3}, {2,2,6}, {2,3,5} and {5,5}. So the output should be 5.

Coin Change Problem
02:02

Summary

Summary
01:32
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Graph and Search,Disjoint Sets,Expression of Linked List
5 Lectures 32:49

Intro, Learning objectives

Intro, Learning objectives
00:28

Undirected Graph:Graph representing that the symmetric relations between two items are linked.
Directed Graph:Edges are expressed as an arrow, and the concept of direction is included. Supply relation between companies, order of works, etc.
Weighted Graph:Graph representing the travel cost with edges.
Adjacency:Two vertices are said to be adjacent if an edge exists.
Path:An orderly array of edges.
Simple Path:Path passing through one vertex in a path once at maximum.
Cycle:Path ending in the vertex where the path started.

Graphs:Path,Simple Path,Cycle,Adjacent Matrix,Adjacent List,Array of Edges
09:55

Depth First Search (DFS) Algorithm–Recursion
Depth First Search (DFS) Algorithm–Iteration
Breadth First Search (BFS) Algorithm

Graph Search,Depth First Search DFS,Breadth First Search BFS
10:38

A disjoint-set data structure is a data structure that keeps track of a set of elements partitioned into a number of disjoint (non-overlapping) subsets. A union-find algorithm is an algorithm that performs two useful operations on such a data structure:
Find: Determine which subset a particular element is in. This can be used for determining if two elements are in the same subset.
Union: Join two subsets into a single subset

Disjoint Sets and Operations,Representation of Disjoint Sets–Linked List
09:51

Summary

Summary
01:57
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Minimum Spanning,Prim,Kruskal,Shortest Path,Dijkstra,Bellman-Ford,Floyd-Warshall
7 Lectures 28:32

Intro, Learning objectives

Intro, Learning objectives
00:30

Problem of Minimum Spanning Problem in Graph
Problem of minimum spanning tree
Finding thetreein which the sum of the weights of the edgesconnecting all vertices becomes minimum.
Problem of shortest path
Finding the pathin which the sum of the weights of the edgesfrom the start vertex to the target one with minimum spanning.
Spanning tree
The tree composed of n vertices and n-1 edges in an undirected graph composed of n vertices.
In a tree with N vertices, n-1 edges should exist.
The number of spanning trees in the graph increases in proportion to the number of vertices and edge.

Minimum Spanning Tree
01:43

Start by selecting one arbitrary vertex.
Select the vertex having the edge with minimum spanning among the vertices adjacent to the selected vertex.
Repeat the processes 1) and 2) until all vertices are selected.

Prim Algorithm
07:13

Algorithm for finding minimum spanning tree by selecting edges with minimum weight one by one.
Cycle should not be generated.
n-1 edges are selected from the graph with n vertices.

Kruskal Algorithm
06:19

Path with the smallest value in the sum of weights of edges among the paths between two vertices in a graph with weighted value of edges.
Dijkstra Algorithm: Negative weight is not allowed.
Bellman-Ford Algorithm: Negative weight is allowed. A cycle that the sum of weights is negative is not allowed.

Shortest Path,Dijkstra,Bellman-Ford,Floyd-Warshall Algorithms
00:58

Method for finding the shortest path by continuously selecting the vertices with minimum distance starting from the start vertex
The method uses greedy method and similar to prim algorithm of MST.

Dijkstra Algorithm,Bellman-Ford Algorithm
10:08

Summary

Summary
01:41
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5. HTML5 : Mobile App Development
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6. Java Programming Language
   
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About the Instructor
John Mathew
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Software Programmer, Mobile Developer, Project Manager

I  was apparently not a diligent student. I worked with C/C++ and HTML, CSS, JavaScript since 12 years. I speak to the world on software freedom. From the beginning of my career I have always worked in large and small teams. While programming has been more of a individual activity, it is the collaboration in teams that can make and break a project. I have been interested in algorithms and data structures and its implementations especially in Java since university.

I am a co-author of various manuals, and has edited and reviewed more than a dozen other books. I wrote columns that provided keen insights into the little algorithmic nuggets that we use in our programs. My favorite books includes  "Writing Efficient Programs", "More Programming Pearls" and "Programming Pearls". The best programmers not only continuously improved the quality of their work, they also influence other members of their team.

I learned about project management and team interaction working at various organisations. I still believe that humans are still at the beginning of the code revolution. Programmers and users are still imitating what came before, and haven’t even imagined all that could be in the future. One thing I am sure of is that code is a type of language, based on the same logic as Sanskrit, and for the first time in history, language can change the physical world. Programming is a literature.

I've always had a passion for teaching in seminars and corporations during my consulting projects. My online school eLearningMedium gives me the opportunity to share my knowledge with students of all backgrounds and experiences across the globe! I'm really excited for this opportunity to bring to you real-world practical experience!

I've plans of making some of the courses about Algorithms and Data Structures, Java, HTML5, Software Engineering and Software Project Management. I give all my heart into creation of courses. I always try to explain everything the easiest possible way. I'm sure that my courses will help you in the adventure.