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-====== Algorithms (2ILC0), 2nd Quartile, ​2015/2016 ======+====== Algorithms (2ILC0), 2nd Quartile, 2016/2017 ======
  
 This is the course website for the Algorithms course 2ILC0. This is the course website for the Algorithms course 2ILC0.
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 ===== News ===== ===== News =====
  
-18 April **Last-minute update** Due to a dental emergency I cannot be present during the exam inspection. You can look at your exams today between 12:00 and 13:00 in MF 4.103, but the tutor present there was not involved with grading the exam and so he cannot answer any questions about the exam. If you want to discuss aspects of your exam with me, email me at b.m.p.jansen@tue.nl to make an appointment. Note that, by the bachelor college regulations,​ I am not allowed to change your homework grade at this point because it has the status of a midterm evaluation.  +16 Nov All course administration moved to [[https://canvas.tue.nl/​courses/​406|Canvas]] and this page has become obsoletePlease visit the page in Canvas at https://canvas.tue.nl/​courses/​406. | 
-^ 14 April | The re-take exam has been graded and the scores are available ​[[http://www.win.tue.nl/~bjansen/courses/2ILC0/​RetakeScores.html|here]]. The grade for the retake exam replaces the grade for the previous exam. Afterwards, the new final score is calculated as explained below. (This means that your homework grade still affects 50% of the new grade.) You can inspect your exam next Monday (April 18) in my office (MF 4.104A) between 12:00 and 13:00. The scores are posted here unofficially,​ "for your convenience";​ errors made here do not grant you any rights. Only the final grades as they will be registered by the administration are official. | +16 Nov Handout ​for backtracking available ​from the link in the schedule. | 
-^ 26 Jan | The exam has been graded and the scores are available [[http://www.win.tue.nl/~bjansen/courses/2ILC0/​Scores.html|here]]. The document includes all homework scores and a calculation of your final grade according to the rules explained below. Note that the homework score and exam score are both rounded to 1 decimal before they are combined into your final score which is rounded to the nearest integer; this works in your favor. You still have the opportunity to inspect your exam next Monday. The scores are posted here unofficially,​ "for your convenience";​ errors made here do not grant you any rights. Only the final grades as they will be registered by the administration are official. | +Nov | First version of the 2016-2017 ​website ​online. ​|
-21 Jan The exam will be graded next week. Scores ​for the exam and for A6 will be posted here when we are done. You can inspect your exam, and your grades for assignment A6, on Monday the 1st of February ​from 12:30 - 13:30 in room MF 6.131 | +
-^ 16 Dec | By popular request I have decided to extend ​the deadline for homework assignment 5. The new deadline is Sunday, January the 3rd. However, I recommend that you finish your assignment this week to ensure you have a carefree Christmas vacation. Keep in mind that only your first hand-in will be graded, so double-check your answers before submitting! | +
-^ 14 Dec | Changed ​the runtime bound for A.5-6 (iii) to O(n log n + (n+m) log m). | +
-^ 4 Dec | Some students were worried they scored less points than they deserve for Part (v) of Exercise A.2-4, on account of having given pseudocode while you were not asked to give pseudocode. This should not be the case; the only reason for not scoring full points is to have mistakes or unreadable pseudocode. If you believe your solution to part (v) is correct but did not score full points, send an exact PDF copy of your original submission to b.m.p.jansen@tue.nl . As a general guideline, when the exercise does not ask for pseudocode or to make "an algorithm",​ this means that you can give a correct answer without resorting to pseudocode and an answer in text is less likely to contain unintentional mistakes. | +
-^ 2 Dec | Uploaded PowerPoint versions of all lectures | +
-^ 2 Dec | Starting immediately,​ the Friday room for tutorial group 1 (supervised by Ali & Henk) has been moved from Flux 1.09 to Matrix 1.50. This puts all Friday groups close together in Matrix and makes it easier to ask other instructors for feedback on your graded assignments. | +
-^ 23 Nov | **Important notice regarding homework assignments.** Submit your solutions to the //tutor// that is responsible for the group that you have been assigned to, //not// to the student assistant. Submit to the TU/e email address listed below. You should submit exactly once. To enforce this policy, only your //first// submission is graded; follow-up emails with corrections will be disregarded. You should therefore wait with submitting until you verified that everything is correct. Please include your name, student number, and //group number// on the first page. | +
-^ 23 Nov | Updated text for exercise A2-2 (v) of homework assignment 2 | +
-^ 20 Nov | Homework assignment 2 posted, see schedule ​+
-^ 11 Nov | Assignment of students to tutorial groups has been made according to registration during the first lecture, see [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​GroupAssignment.txt|here]]. Please attend the tutorial of the group that you have been assigned to, and submit your homework solutions to your group'​s tutor. | +
-04 Nov | First version of the course ​website |+
  
 ===== Instructors and contact information ===== ===== Instructors and contact information =====
  
-  * Bart M. P. Jansen, MF 4.104A, [[b.m.p.jansen@tue.nl|b.m.p.jansen@tue.nl]],​ lecturer+  * Bart M. P. Jansen, MF 4.099, [[b.m.p.jansen@tue.nl|b.m.p.jansen@tue.nl]],​ lecturer
   * Aleksandar Markovic, MF 4.100, [[a.markovic@tue.nl|a.markovic@tue.nl]],​ tutor   * Aleksandar Markovic, MF 4.100, [[a.markovic@tue.nl|a.markovic@tue.nl]],​ tutor
-  * Ali Mehrabi Davoodabadi, MF 4.103, [[amehrabi@win.tue.nl|amehrabi@win.tue.nl]], tutor +  * Mehran Mehr, MF 4.100, [[m.mehr@tue.nl|m.mehr@tue.nl]], tutor 
-  * Max Konzack, MF 4.103, [[m.p.konzack@tue.nl|m.p.konzack@tue.nl]], tutor +  * Astrid Pieterse, MF 4.100, [[a.pieterse@tue.nl|a.pieterse@tue.nl]], tutor 
-  * Henk Alkema ​[[h.y.alkema@student.tue.nl|h.y.alkema@student.tue.nl]],​ student assistant +  * Olav Bunte [[o.bunte@student.tue.nl|o.bunte@student.tue.nl]],​ student assistant 
-  * Jeffrey Aben [[j.h.t.aben@student.tue.nl|j.h.t.aben@student.tue.nl]],​ student assistant +  * Jari de Kroon [[j.j.h.d.kroon@student.tue.nl|j.j.h.d.kroon@student.tue.nl]],​ student assistant 
-  * Jules Wulms [[j.j.h.m.wulms@student.tue.nl|j.j.h.m.wulms@student.tue.nl]],​ student assistant+  * Martijn Struijs ​[[m.a.c.struijs@student.tue.nl|m.a.c.struijs@student.tue.nl]],​ student assistant 
 +  * Bart van der Vecht [[b.v.d.vecht@student.tue.nl|b.v.d.vecht@student.tue.nl]],​ student assistant 
 +  * Wouter Verlaek [[w.m.w.r.verlaek@student.tue.nl|w.m.w.r.verlaek@student.tue.nl]],​ student assistant
  
-===== Contents ===== 
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-[[http://​www.xkcd.com/​1425|{{ http://​imgs.xkcd.com/​comics/​tasks.png?​200}}]] 
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-The efficiency of algorithms is of crucial importance in many applications. In the course Data Structures you have learned how to mathematically analyze efficiency, how to use design techniques like divide-and-conquer,​ and you have seen efficient algorithms and data structures for basic problems such as sorting and searching. In the course Algorithms we will take this one step further, by studying more advanced design techniques and algorithms, and by studying other aspects of efficiency. Many of the topics that are covered concern optimization problems, where one wants to find not just some solution to a problem but an optimal solution. The course consists of three parts. 
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-**Algorithmic techniques for optimization.** In this part of the course we study three general techniques for solving optimization problems: backtracking,​ dynamic programming,​ and greedy algorithms. Backtracking can be applied to more or less all problems but it generally yields very slow algorithms, a greedy approach can be applied to few problems but it generally gives very fast algorithms, and dynamic programming lies in between. 
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-**Graph algorithms.** The second part of the course deals with algorithms for optimization problems on graphs: computing shortest paths, computing maximum flows, and finding so-called matchings. 
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-**Selected topics.** In the third part of the course we study the limitations of traditional algorithm design and analysis. We consider problems for which it seems impossible to design efficient algorithms and introduce the concept of NP-hardness (which formalizes this). We introduce linear programming,​ and see how optimization problems can be formulated as linear programs. 
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-===== Literature ===== 
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-The course is based on the following book, which is the same book as used in the course Data Structures: 
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-[CLRS] T. H. Cormen, C. E. Leiserson, R. L. Rivest and C. Stein: Introduction to Algorithms (3rd edition), MIT Press, 2009, ISBN 0-262-53305-07. 
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-===== Prerequisites ===== 
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-In order to take this course, you must have completed and passed Data Structures (2IL50 or 2IL05). Thus, you should know the following: 
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-  * O-notation, Ω-notation,​ Θ-notation;​ how to analyze algorithms; 
-  * Basic calculus: manipulating summations, solving recurrences,​ working with logarithms, etc.; 
-  * Basic data structures: linked lists, stacks, queues, heaps; 
-  * (Balanced) binary search trees; 
-  * Basic sorting algorithms, for example MergeSort, InsertionSort,​ QuickSort; 
-  * Graph terminology,​ representations of graphs (adjacency lists and adjacency matrix), and basic graph algorithms (BFS, DFS, topological sort). 
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-===== Lectures and instructions ===== 
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-The weekly schedule for this course is: 
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-  *  Wednesday 5+6 (13:45 - 15:30), lecture in IPO 0.98; **except on January 6, when we are in HELIX 1** 
-  *  Wednesday 7+8 (15:45 - 17:30), tutorial in AUDITORIUM 1, MATRIX 1.44, and MATRIX 1.60; 
-  *  Friday 1+2 (8:45 - 10:30), tutorial in MATRIX 1.44, MATRIX 1.46, and <​del>​FLUX 1.09</​del>​ MATRIX 1.50; 
-  *  Friday 3+4 (10:45 - 12:30), lecture in AUDITORIUM 2. 
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-During the lectures hours, the basic theory will be taught and plenary feedback on the homework exercises may be given. 
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-The tutorial hours are used either for working on and asking questions about the homework assignments,​ for discussion of the solutions to the homework exercises, and for individual feedback. There are three tutorial groups. An assignment of students to group was made during the first lecture. Use [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​GroupAssignment.txt|this text file]] to determine what group you are in. Please attend the tutorial of the group that you have been assigned to, and submit your homework solutions to your group'​s tutor. 
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-The assignment of groups to rooms is as follows: 
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-  * Tutorial group 1 (Ali & Henk): Auditorium 1 on Wednesdays and <​del>​Flux 1.09</​del>​ Matrix 1.50 on Fridays 
-  * Tutorial group 2 (Aleksandar & Jeffrey): Matrix 1.44 on Wednesdays and Matrix 1.44 on Fridays 
-  * Tutorial group 3 (Max & Jules): Matrix 1.60 on Wednesdays and Matrix 1.46 on Fridays 
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-===== Grading scheme ===== 
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-The final grade will be based on two components: homework exercises and an exam. 
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-There are six sets of homework exercises. The deadlines for these homework sets can be found in the schedule. For each set you can get up to 10 points. Your final score for the homework assignment is calculated as follows: 
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-  * take the sum of the 6 homework scores, subtract the lowest score among sets 1-5, and divide the result by 5. 
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-In other words, the worst-scoring homework out of the first 5 sets does not count. 
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-On the exam you can score up to 10 points. 
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-The final grade is determined as follows: 
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-  *  If your exam grade is at least 5.0, your final grade is the rounded average of your homework grade and your exam grade. In other words: if your exam grade is at least 5.0, you pass if your homework grade is at least 11 minus your exam grade. 
-  *  If your exam grade is less than 5.0, your final grade is the minimum of a 5 and the rounded average of your homework grade and your exam grade. Therefore, if your exam grade is less than 5.0, you fail the course in any case. 
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-===== Homework assignments ===== 
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-Homework exercises must be done individually,​ that is, you must write the solution by yourself. Handwritten solutions and solutions made in pairs will not be graded and automatically get a score of 0 (zero) points. Do not search the internet for solutions. Solutions copied from the internet, or from other students, automatically get 0 points; copying is considered fraud, and students who copy may be reported to the exam committee. 
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-You are advised to prepare the solutions using LaTeX: this usually gives much nicer results than Word, especially for mathematical formulas. Some information about LaTeX can be found on the [[https://​www.win.tue.nl/​aga/​teaching/​2IL50/​|course website of Data Structures]]. For describing algorithms you can use the package [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~hermanh/​lib/​exe/​fetch.php?​media=2il45:​algo.zip|algo]],​ [[http://​www.ctan.org/​pkg/​algorithm2e|algorithm2e]],​ or [[http://​www.ctan.org/​pkg/​clrscode3e|clrscode3e]] (other packages exist as well). For drawing figures, you can use [[http://​ipe.otfried.org/​|Ipe]] or [[https://​www.yworks.com/​en/​products_yed_download.html|yEd Graph Editor]], for example. 
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-In the tutorials you can ask for help on the homeworks. You can even show your solutions (including typeset solutions that you are planning to hand in), and ask for feedback e.g. about the level of detail of your solution, or about whether the general idea of your solution is correct. 
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-===== Schedule ===== 
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-Please note the schedule below is tentative and may be adapted during the course. 
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-^Date^ From^ thru^ Location^ Event^ Topic and material^ Homework^ 
-|Wed 11-11| 13:​45| 15:​30| IPO 0.98| lecture 1A backtracking| [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​backtracking.pdf|handout]],​ [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L1-Backtracking.pdf|slides pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L1-Backtracking.pptx|slides pptx]]| Homework 1 [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​2ILC0-A1-15.pdf|pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​2ILC0-A1-15.zip|zip]] The zip file with the LaTeX source also includes a file with the LaTeX source of the pseudocode in the handout. | 
-|Wed 11-11| 15:​45| 17:​30| ​ MATRIX ​ 1.44, MATRIX ​ 1.60  AUD 1 | no tutorial| | ::: | 
-|Fri  13-11| 08:​45| 10:​30| MATRIX ​ 1.44, MATRIX ​ 1.46, FLUX 1.09 | tutorial 1A| First half of homework 1 along with all the exercises in the handout | ::: | 
-|Fri  13-11| 10:​45| 12:​30| AUD 2| lecture 1B greedy algorithms| [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L2-Greedy.pdf|slides pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L2-Greedy.pptx|slides pptx]] CLRS Sections 16.1-16.3.The chapter refers several times to dynamic programming (Chapter 15), which we will discuss later. Upon first reading, you may skip the parts referring to dynamic programming. | ::: | 
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-|Wed 18-11| 13:​45| 15:​30| IPO 0.98| no lecture| | ::: | 
-|Wed 18-11| 15:​45| 17:​30| MATRIX ​ 1.44, MATRIX ​ 1.60  AUD 1| tutorial 1B| Second half of homework 1, and the [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​2ILC0-E2-15.pdf|practice exercises for lecture 2A]] | ::: | 
-|Fri  20-11| 08:​45| 10:​30| MATRIX ​ 1.44, MATRIX ​ 1.46, FLUX 1.09| no tutorial| | :::​ | 
-|Fri  20-11| 10:​45| 12:​30| AUD 2| lecture 2A dynamic programming I| [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L3-DynamicProgramming.pdf|slides pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L3-DynamicProgramming.pptx|slides pptx]] CLRS Sections 15.1-15.2| :::​| 
-|Sun 22-11| 23:​59| | By email| Deadline homework set 1| | :::| 
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-|Wed 25-11| 13:​45| 15:​30| IPO 0.98| lecture 2B dynamic programming II|[[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L4-DynamicProgramming2.pdf|slides pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L4-DynamicProgramming2.pptx|slides pptx]] CLRS Sections 15.3-15.5| Homework 2 [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​2ILC0-A2-15.pdf|pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​2ILC0-A2-15.zip|zip]] | 
-|Wed 25-11| 15:​45| 17:​30| MATRIX ​ 1.44, MATRIX ​ 1.60  AUD 1| tutorial 2A| First half of homework 2, together with the [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​2ILC0-E3-15.pdf|practice exercises on dynamic programming]] | :::​| 
-|Fri  27-11| 08:​45| 10:​30| MATRIX ​ 1.44, MATRIX ​ 1.46, FLUX 1.09| tutorial 2B| Second half of homework 2, together with the [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​2ILC0-E3-15.pdf|practice exercises on dynamic programming]] | :::​| 
-|Fri  27-11| 10:​45| 12:​30| AUD 2| lecture 3A single-source shortest paths| [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L5-SingleSourceShortestPaths.pdf|slides pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L5-SingleSourceShortestPaths.pptx|slides pptx]] CLRS Chapter 24 (except Section 24.4)| ::: | 
-|Sun 29-11| 23:​59| | By email| Deadline homework set 2 | | ::: | 
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-|Wed 2-12| 13:​45| 15:​30| IPO 0.98| lecture 3B all-pairs shortest paths| [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L6-AllPairsShortestPaths.pdf|slides pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L6-AllPairsShortestPaths.pptx|slides pptx]] CLRS Chapter 25 (except Section 25.2)| Homework 3 [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​2ILC0-A3-15.pdf|pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​2ILC0-A3-15.zip|zip]] ​ | 
-|Wed 2-12| 15:​45| 17:​30| MATRIX ​ 1.44, MATRIX ​ 1.60  AUD 1| tutorial 3A| First half of homework 3, together with the [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​2ILC0-E4-15.pdf|practice exercises on shortest paths]] | :::| 
-|Fri  4-12| 08:​45| 10:​30| MATRIX ​ 1.44, MATRIX ​ 1.46, FLUX 1.09| tutorial 3B| Second half of homework 3, together with the **updated** [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​2ILC0-E4-15.pdf|practice exercises on shortest paths]] | :::​| 
-|Fri  4-12| 10:​45| 12:​30| AUD 2| lecture 4A maximum flow| [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L7-MaxFlow.pdf|slides pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L7-MaxFlow.pptx|slides pptx]] CLRS Chapter 26 until (and excluding) “Analysis of Ford-Fulkerson”| :::​| 
-|Sun 6-12| 23:​59| | By email| Deadline homework set 3 | | :::| 
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-|Wed 9-12| 13:​45| 15:​30| IPO 0.98| lecture 4B applications of max flow| [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L8-MaxFlow2.pdf|slides pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L8-MaxFlow2.pptx|slides pptx]] CLRS Sections 26.2 and 26.3| Homework 4 [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​2ILC0-A4-15.pdf|pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​2ILC0-A4-15.zip|zip]] | 
-|Wed 9-12| 15:​45| 17:​30| MATRIX ​ 1.44, MATRIX ​ 1.60  AUD 1| tutorial 4A| First half of homework 4 | :::| 
-|Fri  11-12| 08:​45| 10:​30| MATRIX ​ 1.44, MATRIX ​ 1.46, FLUX 1.09| tutorial 4B| Second half of homework 4 | :::| 
-|Fri  11-12| 10:​45| 12:​30| AUD 2| lecture 5A linear programming| [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L9-LinearProgramming.pdf|slides pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L9-LinearProgramming.pptx|slides pptx]] CLRS Sections 29.1 and 29.2| :::| 
-|Sun 13-12| 23:​59| | By email| Deadline homework set 4 | | :::| 
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-|Wed 16-12| 13:​45| 15:​30| IPO 0.98| surprise lecture by Bas den Heijer @ ORTEC: Engineering Highway Hierarchies | [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​EngineeringHNR.pptx|slides pptx]] (highway hierarchies are not part of the exam material) | Homework 5 [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​2ILC0-A5-15.pdf|pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​2ILC0-A5-15.zip|zip]]| 
-|Wed 16-12| 15:​45| 17:​30| MATRIX ​ 1.44, MATRIX ​ 1.60  AUD 1| tutorial 5A| First half of homework 5 | :::| 
-|Fri  18-12| 08:​45| 10:​30| MATRIX ​ 1.44, MATRIX ​ 1.46, FLUX 1.09| review tutorial| Second half of homework 5 | :::| 
-|Fri  18-12| 10:​45| 12:​30| AUD 2| overview lecture| | :::​| 
-|Sun 3-1-2016| 23:​59| | By email | Deadline homework set 5 | | :::| 
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-|Wed 6-1| 13:​45| 15:​30| ** HELIX 1 **| lecture 6A NP-completeness| [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L10-NPCompleteness.pdf|slides pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L10-NPCompleteness.pptx|slides pptx]] CLRS Sections 34.1—34.4| Homework 6 [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​2ILC0-A6-15.pdf|pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​2ILC0-A6-15.zip|zip]] | 
-|Wed 6-1| 15:​45| 17:​30| MATRIX ​ 1.44, MATRIX ​ 1.60  AUD 1| no tutorial| | :::​| 
-|Fri  8-1| 08:​45| 10:​30| MATRIX ​ 1.44, MATRIX ​ 1.46, FLUX 1.09| tutorial 6A| First half of homework 6 | :::| 
-|Fri  8-1| 10:​45| 12:​30| ** IPO 0.98 ** | lecture 6B NP-completeness| [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L11-NPCompleteness2.pdf|slides pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L11-NPCompleteness2.pptx|slides pptx]] CLRS Sections 34.1—34.4| :::​| 
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-|Wed 13-1| 13:​45| 15:​30| IPO 0.98| what is expected on the exam| [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L12-ExamPreparation.pdf|slides pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L12-ExamPreparation.pptx|slides pptx]] | :::​| 
-|Wed 13-1| 15:​45| 17:​30| MATRIX ​ 1.44, MATRIX ​ 1.60  AUD 1| tutorial 6B| Second half of homework 6 | :::| 
-|Fri  15-1| 08:​45| 10:​30| MATRIX ​ 1.44, MATRIX ​ 1.46, FLUX 1.09| exam practice tutorial| | :::​| 
-|Fri  15-1| 10:​45| 12:​30| AUD 2| programming contest puzzles & answering your questions about the exam material| [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L13-RecreationalAlgorithmics.pdf|puzzles slides pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L13-RecreationalAlgorithmics.pptx|puzzles slides pptx]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L13-WrapUp.pdf|follow-up courses slides pdf]] [[http://​www.win.tue.nl/​~bjansen/​courses/​2ILC0/​L13-WrapUp.pptx|follow-up courses slides pptx]] | :::​| 
-|Sun 17-1| 23:​59| | By email| Deadline homework set 6 | | :::| 
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