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Master Theorem

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1. Introduction An algorithm is a well-defined instruction set designed to solve a particular problem for the given input data sets Master theorem refers to the fact that you can solve a problem in a divide-and-conquer way to provide an asymptotic analysis. We can use this in the analysis of many divide and conquer algorithms. This algorithm was firstly presented ...

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Fibonacci Series in Java Example

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In mathematics, the Fibonacci series is a series of numbers, starting from 0 and 1, where every n-th number is the sum of (n-1)-th and (n-2)-th. It is named after Leonardo Fibonacci, an Italian mathematician who is considered as the most talented mathematician of the Middle Ages. He wrote about the series in his book Liber Abaci (Book of Calculation). ...

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Recursion Java Example

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In this post, we will see multiple Recursion Examples in Java using recursive methods. Recursion is a method of solving a problem, where the solution is based on “smaller” solutions of the same problem. In most programming languages (including Java) this is achieved by a function that calls itself in its definition. As a recursive joke says, “In order to ...

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