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    Question Computational Complexity

    Hi:

    I'm a university freshman. In an introduction to MatLab programming class, we are given a couple of computational complexity example problems and then are told that we will have to solve those problems (but harder than the examples) in our final. We were not given any formal lecture on the topic and the couple of example problems were all we had. Could anyone tell me where I can find more exercises and lectures starting from a basic form on which I can study and practice? Thanks.
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    more info

    computational complexity example problems
    what is the text book, what are the topics you studied in this course? I may provide you with good references if you answered the above questions.

    Usually, the assignment problems need more thinking, don't give up and try harder (give each problem at least 2 days), when you find a solution by yourself you improve your thinking and problem solving skills.

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