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Sorting an array of boolean values
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You can do this in linear time. Algo: 1. Initialize an another array of same size(n) lets name it A[n]. 1a. countF = 1 and countT = 1 2. Loop over elements with i going from 1:n on the original ...

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How static Bayesian networks are stored? Like Hugin etc
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For anyone who shares this same query. I have found a link that answers it. Further, found a implementation as well.

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Lookup complexity in B-trees [Database]
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Nvm, figured it out. One access would be required to find the root of B-tree. And then Logd(n/2) access to find the correct leaf containing the right key. And then another another block access to ...

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$A$ and $B$ are Turing-recognizable and their union is $\Sigma^*$, find a decidable $C$ with $A - B \subseteq C$ and $B - A \subseteq \overline{C}$
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I believe 'C' is not also turing decideable. Consider the following 3 cases: Case 1 : Intersection of A and B is empty set and neither of them is empty. Then A and B become Turing Decidable, ...

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How do I sort these elements in O(n) time?
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I really doubt anyone can sort an array within O(n) unless infinite memory is given. However, if you know the range of numbers and have sufficient memory to store all of them, then you can hash the ...

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