# Questions tagged [towers-of-hanoi]

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### Does a bijective function exists behind every recurrence relation?

Consider these 2 questions where recurrence relations can be applied: Q1) Given an (nxm) where n denotes rows and m denotes columns of a grid, find the number of unique paths ($a_{n,m}$) that goes ...
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### Tower of Hanoi variation - Split into two towers of odd and even disks

Suppose we have three rods A, B and C, and rod A ...
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### Towers of Hanoi with sufficiently many stacks, show that $T_k(n)=\Theta(n)$ for all $k\geq 2 + \frac{n-1}{2}$

I'm trying to show that for the following Towers of Hanoi general algorithm that $T_k(n)=\Theta(n)$ for all $k\geq 2 + \frac{n-1}{2}$, I'm not sure how to incorporate the restriction on $k$ into my ...
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### Induction to prove equivalence of a recursive and iterative algorithm for Towers of Hanoi

Using induction how do you prove that two algorithm implementations, one recursive and the other iterative, of the Towers of Hanoi perform identical move operations? The implementations are as follows....
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### Analysis of the Banana Game

My computer science professor introduced an interesting game in order to get us (his students) more familiar with the Stack and Queue ADTs. Game Description The banana game is played with a ...
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### Towers of Hanoi First Move

I've finally more or less understood the recursive algorithm for solving the Towers of Hanoi. My Python code is below. However one thing still bugs me - I can't yet work out how this simple seeming ...
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### Hanoi Tower Variation: Place Maximum Number of Balls on $N$ Pegs

Problem Statement. There are many interesting variations on the Tower of Hanoi problem. This version consists of $N$ pegs and one ball containing each number from $1, 2, 3, \dots$ Whenever the sum of ...
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### Complexity class of Towers of Hanoi problem

Given a problem List all steps to move n disks from rode 1 to rode 2. I guess you are familiar with Towers of Hanoi rules. I couldn't find a proper answer for the complexity class of this problem....
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### How do I approach inductive design problems with no information or context given?

As a starting point for our course in Artificial Intelligence, we are being taught induction. We received a number of homework assignments where we have to show our inductive approach for a given ...
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### Computing a Sequence of People Entering and Leaving a Room

I've been working on a problem for my Algorithms class, but I've found myself stuck. The prompt is as follows. You start with an empty room and a group of n people waiting outside. At each step, ...
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### Tower Of Hanoi Time Calculation

I have been trying this Towers of Hanoi question since last week but never able to come with the right approach towards the solution. The setup is the standard Towers of Hanoi, except that moving the ...
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### Towers of Hanoi but with arbitrary initial and final configuration

Recently, I came across this problem, a variation of towers of hanoi. Problem statement: Consider the folowing variation of the well know problem Towers of Hanoi: We are given $n$ towers ...
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### An Alternative Hanoi Tower problem

We got tower $T_1$ with $n$ odd disks (1,3,5,...) and tower $T_2$ with $n$ even disks (2,4,6,...). Now we want to move all $2n$ disks to tower $T_3$. If $T(p,q)$ is a recurrence relation of minimum ...
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