BHARAT INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY

B.Tech II year II SEM – MID-II EXAMINATION
BRANCH: II CSE A
SUBJECT: Design and analysis of Algorithms
Date: .4.2015 FN
Answer any two
Max. Marks: 10 Set-1
(a)Explain the P, NP, NP-Hard and NP- complete classes with suitable examples.
(b)Draw the portion of state space tree generated by LCBB for the knapsack
instances: n = 4; (P1; P2;P3 ; P4) = (10; 10; 12; 18); (w1w2;w3;w4) = (2;4; 6; 9 )
and M = 15
(c)I) Let w = {6; 15; 20; 10; 11; 18; 29} and m=35. Find all possible subsets of w
that sum to m. Draw the portion of the state space tree that is generated. (II)
Differentiate between Live node and E-node.
(d)Construct an optimal binary search tree for the following data: n=4,
(a1,a2,a3,a4)= ( do, if, int, while), p(1:4)= ( 3,3,1,1) and q(0:4)= ( 2,3,1,1,1).
(e)Find an optimal solution to the 0/1 knapsack instance, given n=3, weights and
profits as (w1,w2,w3)=(2,3,4) , p1,p2,p3)= (1,2,5) and knapsack capacity =6
generate the sets Si using dynamic programming.

BHARAT INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
B.Tech II year II SEM – MID-II EXAMINATION
BRANCH: II CSE A
SUBJECT: Design and analysis of Algorithms
Date: .4.2015 FN
Answer any two
Max. Marks: 10
Set-2
(a)Explain Branch and bound.
(b)Draw the portion of state space tree generated by LCBB for the knapsack
instances: n = 4; (P1; P2;P3 ; P4) = (10; 10; 12; 18); (w1w2;w3;w4) = (2;4; 6; 9 )
and M = 15
(c)I) Let w = {6; 15; 20; 10; 11; 18; 29} and m=35. Find all possible subsets of w
that sum to m. Draw the portion of the state space tree that is generated. (II)
Differentiate between Live node and E-node.
(d)Construct an optimal binary search tree for the following data: n=4,
(a1,a2,a3,a4)= ( do, if, int, while), p(1:4)= ( 3,3,1,1) and q(0:4)= ( 2,3,1,1,1).
(e)Find an optimal solution to the 0/1 knapsack instance, given n=3, weights and
profits as (w1,w2,w3)=(2,3,4) , p1,p2,p3)= (1,2,5) and knapsack capacity =6
generate the sets Si using dynamic programming.

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