Computer Algorithms. Introduction to Design and Analysis by Sara Baase

By Sara Baase

This booklet is meant for an upper-division or graduate path in algorithms. It has enough fabric to permit numerous offerings of subject matters. the aim of the e-book is threefold. it truly is meant to educate algorithms for fixing genuine difficulties that come up often in desktop functions, to educate easy ideas and strategies of computational complexity (worst-case and ordinary habit, house utilization, and reduce bounds at the complexity of a problem), and to introduce the parts of !NT-coinpleteness and parallel algorithms.

Another of the book’s goals, that is at the least as very important as instructing the subject material, is to boost within the reader the behavior of consistently responding to a brand new set of rules with the questions: How reliable is it? Is there a greater method? for this reason, rather than proposing a sequence of entire, “pulled-out-of-a-hat” algorithms with research, the textual content usually discusses an issue first, considers a number of methods to fixing it (as a reader who sees the matter for the 1st time might), after which starts off to boost an set of rules, analyzes it, and modifies or rejects it till a passable result's produced. (Alternative techniques which are finally rejected also are thought of within the routines it's helpful for the reader to understand why they have been rejected.)

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Results for the gray-world assumption. The first row of images shows the estimated color for the photograph and the image of the ball. The second row shows the output of the gray-world algorithm for both images. Evolving Color Constancy for an Artificial Retina 21 Acknowledgements We have used the lilgp Programming System Vers. 1 [27] for our experiments. References 1. K. Barnard, G. Finlayson, and B. Funt. Color constancy for scenes with varying illumination. Computer Vision and Image Understanding, 65(2):311–321, February 1997.

5 Experiments and Results The proposed design method has been applied to the design of a digital filter to be used as a decimation stage in a Σ∆ analog-to-digital converter. The filter specifications are: 44 Massimiliano Erba et al. 3 0 Phase (degrees) −1000 −2000 −3000 −4000 −5000 −6000 Fig. 7. Detail of the pass-band ripple (pass band: 0 . . 25) • normalized pass-band: 0 . . 75 . . 25 . . 01 From these parameters, the average population size is n ¯ = 100 for selection strategies 1, 2, and 3, while selection stategy 4 always maximizes the population size to achieve the maximum genetic diversity.

Filter characteristics (from post-synthesis simulation) evolutionary conventional No. of coefficients 17 15 No. of primitives No. of logic gates 32 10,000 60 40,000 Power consumption 14 mW 40 mW Fig. 10. Schematic diagram of the filter synthesized with Synopsys (pass band: 0 . . 25) pates 40 mW. Table 3 compares the filter obtained through simulated evolution with the conventional design. The CPU time required for the evolution was about 300 s. Fig. 11 illustrates the evolution of the fitness of the best individual, for which the selection strategy 1 (aging) has been used.

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