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In line with the authors' large educating of algorithms and knowledge buildings, this article goals to teach a pattern of the highbrow calls for required via a working laptop or computer technology curriculum, and to give concerns and result of lasting price, principles that would outlive the present iteration of pcs. pattern workouts, many with suggestions, are incorporated through the e-book.

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Your effort will pay off in time saved later, as you will be using this program throughout the entire course. CHAPTER 3 Algorithm Animation I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand. A picture is worth a thousand words-the art of presenting information in visual form. Adding animation code to a program. Examples of algorithm snapshots. 1 COMPUTER-DRIVEN VISUALIZATION: CHARACTERISTICS AND TECHNIQUES The computer-driven graphics screen is a powerful new communications medium; indeed, it is the only two-way mass communications medium we know.

A simple frame program like the one below makes it very easy for a novice to write his first interactive graphics program. This particular frame program contains procedures 'GetPoint', 'DrawPoint', 'ClickPoint', 'DrawLine', 'DragLine', 'DrawCircle', and 'DragCircle' for input and display of points, lines, and circles on a screen idealized as a part of a Euclidean plane, disregarding the discretization due to the raster screen. Some of these procedures are so short that one asks why they are introduced at all.

The following sections show examples of divide-and-conquer algorithms. As we will see, the actual workload is sometimes distributed unequally among different parts of the algorithm. In the sorting example, the step 'R := combine(RI, ... , Rk)' requires most of the work; in the "Tower of Hanoi" problem, the application of algorithm AO takes the most effort. 2 DIVIDE-AND-CONQUER EXPRESSED AS A DIAGRAM: MERGE SORT Suppose that we wish to sort a sequence of names alphabetically, as shown in Fig. 1.

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