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AnswersInput : a1,a2,...,an, b1, b2, ..., bn
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Transform it to a1, b1, a2, b2, .... an, bn.
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the question effectively requires us to find that particular subset for which difference between sum of its elements and that of the elements in its compliment is minimal. every one of the subsets will have to be examined. IMO, this will be O(2^n).
void f(int[] a, int i, int[] b, int[] c, int r, int[] B, int[] C)
{
if(i==a.length)
{
int diff = abs(sum(b)  sum(c));
if(diff < r)
{
r = diff
B = b;
C = c;
}
}
f(a, i+1, b+a[i], c, r, B, C);
f(a, i+1, b, c+a[i], r, B, C);
}
while calling, pass infinity for r

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May 25, 2014 maintain the following attributes for each of the node u, d denoting number of uphill and downhill edges involved in shortest path to the node. initialize them to zero.
invariant to be maintained : at any given point in time, both u and d cannot be >1 simultaneously.
when considering an edge to be added to the SPT, check whether updating u and d values for the destinaion edge would violate the above invariant. an edge can be added only when the invariant is maintained.
node getBST(int[] a, int start, int end)
{
if(start>end)
return null
node x = new node(a[start]);
int i=0;
for(i=start+1;i<end;i++)
{
if(a[i]>a[start])
break
}
x.left = getBST(a, start+1, i1);
x.right = getBST(a, i, end);
return x;
}
getBST(a, 0, a.length1)

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February 11, 2014 really depends on implementation of trie. the classic trie implementation which has a slot for ever possible character in the language at each node would be wasteful of memory. if you design your trie such that each node has a pointer only for characters of strings it stores, it should be fine.
share your thoughts.
pseudocode:
bt(current, target, num_moves, min_so_far)
{
if(current==target)
{
if(num_moves<min_so_far)
min_so_far = num_moves
return min_so_far
}
if(num_moves>min_so_far)
return min_so_far
candidates = get_candidates(current)
foreach(candidate in candidates)
{
min_so_far = bt(candidate, target, num_moves+1, min_so_far)
}
return min_so_far
}

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January 17, 2014 input needed :
1. what is the length of the appointment to be scheduled?
2. What is the last time until which an appointment can be scheduled?
once we have these details, follow these steps:
1. arrange already scheduled appointments in increasing order of start time. O(nlogn)
2. traverse through the list and compute difference between end time and start of successive intervals.
3. an appointment can be scheduled if oneo f the following is satisifed:
a) if the gap between any two successive appointments is greater than or equal to the length of the required appointment
b) if there is enough time left in the day after last appointment to accomodate the new appointment
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all you need is a binary indexed tree aka fenwick tree
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