The CS7800 12F Homepage

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You have reached the homepage for the Northeastern University, College of Computer and Information Science, Fall 2012 session of Advanced Algorithms, also known as "CS7800 12F." CS7800 is an graduate course on the design and analysis of algorithms. Topics covered will include various paradigms for algorithm design (e.g., divide-and-conquer, greedy, dynamic programing, graph theoretic, network flow, linear programming, and approximation algorithms, etc.) as well as various analysis techniques (recurrence relations, amortized analysis, and expected/randomized analysis, etc.).

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