So is there any other way which allows remove or update queries on the line parameters while maintaining the complete hull? You're in great shape as long as the constants are small enough. And I could certainly choose this l over here that's my line l to be such that I have a good partition between the two sets of points. We want something like a1, a2, a3, b1, b2, b3, b4, right? If this line does not appear on the hull, it is not inserted. What is the complexity of cut and paste? So don't worry much about that number. Because only for that will I have no points ahead of that, OK? All the fun is going to be in the merge step. these columns-- I'm just putting that up here imagining that that's x. Dynamic programming is a very useful method for solving a particular class of problems in which the problem is broken into smaller sub-problems and the optimal solution of sub-problems contribute towards the optimal solution of given problem. the x that I looked at over here is less than i. which is part of the convex hull or not? This works for arbitrary rank, but it's a little easier to. And you draw a line. If we can go down, to order n cubed, if n is small, I can just apply that algorithm. We're going to spend, And again, there's many ways you could do the merge. And so the way we do this is very mechanical. PROFESSOR: Oh, you're right. PROFESSOR: Is there-- I think you got-- you draw the line. You're trying to find the minimum amount of gift wrapping paper. But the idea here is that in this case, we have a, two dimensional problem with a bunch of points in a two dimensional plane. PROFESSOR: O n-- exactly right. on. And you say, well, am I done here? The good thing about convex hulls is that inside/outside tests and distance metrics using half-spaces are trivial. Yeah, wonderful, but incorrect, Right, so what is an example. It would be a bit tricky to use lower_bound over the deque because we have to find the intersection with the next line. And as of now, we're just going to say you're going to pick some element x, And this choice is going to be crucial. And there's no convex hull algorithm that's in the general case better than this. this pseudo code should be incomprehensible. Yeah, that makes sense. And then Erik’s going to try. And I'm going to go jump over to b1. Because we need that so we can assign your problem sets to be graded, OK? Due to the nature of the constraints (no rectangles are nested), after sorting rectangles by increasing p we will find they are also sorted by decreasing q. QueryWhen querying at x = qi, just compare the value at x of the rightmost line with that of the line next to it. But you could certainly go with n equals 10, as I mentioned before, and run this brute force algorithm. my convex hull. this may still be a segment that's part of the electronics hall but this one is not, right? Therefore, the Convex Hull of a shape or a group of points is a tight fitting convex boundary around the points or the shape. And the idea here is that once the sub problems become really small, they become constant size, it's relatively easy to solve them. look at in median finding today that will simply give you the solution to the recurrence, So you've see most of these things before. That's not guaranteed to be x because the columns themselves aren't-- well, these columns, are sorted. So maybe say a little bit more before I explain what's going on. So it's clear that if I just took a4 to b2 that it will not be an upper tangent. And I got a1 here, a2. You are doing lower bound for vector but in comparator using deque. decreasing or increasing. So, any ideas? So we can't have a constant time algorithm. That's a constant. So let me clear. And we're going to use clockwise just because we want to be clear on as to what order we're, enumerating these points. So we're going to have to do this cleverly. Good morning, everyone. But I've done this before. Yep. And so since, I have in this case p points, in one case p plus q equals n-- so let's say I had p points. But. OK, so if I look at that, a4 to b1 versus-- I mean, just eyeball it. What we want here is a deterministic algorithm that is guaranteed to run in worst case theta, n. So we want a deterministic way of picking x belonging to s such that all of this works, out and when we get our recurrence and we solve it, somehow magically we're getting, fully balanced partitions-- firmly balanced sub problems in the sense that it's not n. minus 1 and 1. of ch of s, which I haven't quite told you how we're going to specify that. Because we know how to sort and we know how to index. But that didn't work out, OK? So what happens here is that my k is-- the rank for. And it might be that there's four elements in the left and five on the right that are-- let's see. The problem specification changed on me. And I'm going to be calling this algorithm recursively, the median finding algorithm, to do that-- finding the median of medians. We’re going to have to continue with this while loop, and now what happens is, I’m going to go from B1 clockwise again to B4. Right, so it's pretty easy if you can do sorting. That's an excellent point. So let me write the rest of this out and make sure we're all on the same page. 3. » 3. And those theta n's, because you're going down all the way from n to one, are going to be theta n square when you keep doing that, OK? And I think I mentioned that. And you can look at the pseudocode over on, to my right if I face the board. If I look at determining the medians and I say that once I've determined this x, which I've discovered that it's the median, then this is right there in the middle. OK? In the implementation of "A More General Problem", how are you using lower bound for deque. So if we're going to have these two things, then we've got to generate a list of points. PROFESSOR: O n-- exactly right. Dynamic Programming Optimisation with Convex Hull Trick : Why Dynamic programming? Each of these columns is sorted. definition of a select routine that takes a set of numbers s. And this is the rank. to arrange s into columns of size 5, right? So let's erase that. But I'm just being conservative here. So if I go up all the way and I find this that has the maximum yij, that is going to, be my upper tangent. Description: In this lecture, Professor Devadas introduces divide-and-conquer algorithms and problems that can be solved using divide-and-conquer approaches. So I have to keep track of what happens in the sub problems. smaller problems. I picked the index. So there's an obvious merge algorithm that is theta n square looking at all pairs of points. Methodology. So theta n log n-- and then you can imagine maybe that you could do a theta n sort if these points were small enough and you rounded them up and you could use a bucket sort or a counting sort and lower that. Parallel lines pose an exception to this since they will never intersect, and must be handled separately if such a situation is possible in the problem. What if minimum is required instead of maximum?Again, you can modify the logic... or you can observe that negating both slope and Y-intersect has the effect of mirroring about the X-axis. So we're going to have to do this cleverly. I was solving few problems on Convex Hull and on seeing the answer submissions of vjudges on Codechef, I found that they repeatedly used the following function to find out the convex hull of a set of points. But if you make the observation-- and you'll see this in section. That's exactly what I'm going to look at. So when I moved this out here, what happened was-- and I drew this-- well, this one here, my convex hull, changed. and this was stretched out-- because I have those two points outside the convex hull. That's good, right? So this should, all be fine. A function $${\displaystyle f}$$ mapping some subset of $${\displaystyle \mathbb {R} ^{n}}$$into $${\displaystyle \mathbb {R} \cup \{\pm \infty \}}$$ is convex if its domain is convex and for all $${\displaystyle \theta \in [0,1]}$$ and all $${\displaystyle x,y}$$ in its domain, the following condition holds: $${\displaystyle f(\theta x+(1-\theta )y)\leq \theta f(x)+(1-\theta )f(y)}$$. So that's-- the game here is to find these segments. And as of this moment we think that A4 B1 has the highest. That's the good news here. [INAUDIBLE]. So in this case, you can imagine an algorithm that is going to kind of do what this brute force algorithm. is on this side if I just extend this line all the way to infinity in both directions. Download the video from iTunes U or the Internet Archive. And you need to do what's called a cut and paste. I had time to explain but I'll just mention is what's called a gift wrapping algorithm. So now we're going to do a demo of the merge algorithm that is a clever merge algorithm than the one that uses order n square time. In this case, I'm going to include all of the b's. And then finally, no three in a line. Every aibj pair. And v and x are inside of the hull. dots corresponds to a number. But you could certainly go with n equals 10, as I mentioned before, and run this brute, force algorithm. counterclockwise over to A4. What is the complexity? The vector has integers $$$0, 1, 2, 3, 4, ...$$$ so this is just a clever way to not code his own binary search to find the index of the optimum line for a particular $$$x$$$. You can find a neat implementation here (thanks to Chilli for the link). Whereas, here, what I'm doing is I've got this one line here that is basically y equals 0, if. So b and c are going to correspond to the sub arrays that you can clearly eliminate one of them. That four hours or five hours of time may not be enough to go from, So let's get started with the paradigm associated with divide and conquer. And I have to show that it's the 10th highest. And then you'll solve each sub problem recursively. Again, like I said, happy to answer questions about the correctness of this loop algorithm for merge later. it? And roughly half of those columns have elements, that are greater than x. Let's assume all elements are unique. At this point we've, tried both moves, my clockwise move and Erik’s counterclockwise move. The theta n squared algorithm definitely works. The one that I wish. I have a1, a2, a3. Yeah, go ahead. And so what is the complexity of doing that? And I'm going, to say that's the segment. It could be three. Overall, compared to the other 2 implementations linked (called HullDynamic and chtDynamic respectively), it's somewhat slower at insertion than the other two, significantly faster at querying than HullDynamic, and slightly faster at querying than chtDynamic. I can always pick an element based on its index. 15 3. And we can keep splitting based on x-coordinates because we want to generate these half-lengths, right? A set S is convex if for all members $${\displaystyle x,y\in S}$$ and all $${\displaystyle \theta \in [0,1]}$$, we have that $${\displaystyle \theta x+(1-\theta )y\in S}$$. So what I can do-- there's nothing that's stopping, me when I've sorted these points by the x-coordinates to do the division such that there's exactly, the same number, assuming an even number of points n, exactly the same number on the left, hand side or the right hand side. A couple more can be found here and here. Not that I know of, assuming you want to keep the same or close enough complexity. (I think so, not really sure). Thanks for reading and I hope it was useful. Right, so I think there's a certain amount of when I throw this, am I going to choke or not, right? of the segment that I'm looking at, the ij, So this yij is for ai and bj. Well, as you can see it decreased. And you can think of this as being a doubly linked list in terms of the data structure that you'd use if you coded this up. And what I need to do, now is merge them together. And here, a is an integer. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. So that's 3n over 10 minus 6. And the way we're going to break them up is by dividing. Because as you can see, there's an intricacy here associated with the break up. And so what does the divide and conquer look like? Good. And you can look, at the pseudocode over on, to my right if I face the board. But we don't like it. I can always pick an element based on its index. Don't get started at 7:00 PM when we have 11:59 PM deadline on Thursday, all right? You've all seen divide and conquer algorithms before. So we won't talk about, randomized algorithms, but the problem with randomized algorithms is that the analysis. And if the answer is yes, I'm going to go ahead and, boom, say that is a segment of. And then once I find the intercept of it, I just maximize that intercept to get my yij. And the constant time algorithm doesn't work. For example, the recent problem 1083E - The Fair Nut and Rectangles from Round #526 has the following DP formulation after sorting the rectangles by x. Because I want to pick a pair when I go left of that dividing line and then right of the dividing line. Typically, what happens in terms of efficiency is that you can write a recurrence that's associated with this divide and conquer algorithm. Please fix. It's just a large number. That make sense? And s is arranged into columns of size 5 like I just said here. So a4 b2-- I mean, that's looking good, right? And we didn't actually use that, right? So what I want is the definition of a select routine that takes a set of numbers s. And this is the rank. But there's order n columns. Let's say n is odd. than x. There's going to be a bunch of columns to the left of it, a bunch of elements to the left of it, and a bunch of elements to the right of it. just pick the highest points and keep going, right? PROFESSOR: OK, so good. And I just need to, once I have the equation for the line associated with a4 b1 or a4 b2, I just have to find the intercept of it, which is constant time, right? And what I'm going to have to guarantee, of course, is that when I go find this median of medians is that it ends up being something that gives me balanced partitions. me why this segment a1 b1 is not part of the overall hull? Yeah, right-- two colors. The one that I wish I had time to explain but I'll just mention is what's called a gift wrapping algorithm. So if I want to find the 10th highest element and I've broken it up relatively arbitrarily, it's quite possible that the 10th highest element is going to be discovered in the left one or the right one. I'm going to move clockwise, and I'm going to go from B1 to B4. And so the convex hull itself is the smallest polygon containing all points in s. And we're going to call that ch of s-- convex hull of s. PROFESSOR: The smallest convex polygon-- thank you. This is just a matter of convenience. You can use the same implementation. Courses of the subhull essentially can give you a formal proof of correctness of this algorithm, but as I said we won't cover that in 046. So convex hull, I got a little prop here which will save me from writing on the board and hopefully be more understandable. So convex hull, I got a little prop here which will save me from writing on the board and hopefully be more understandable. So here you go. But whereas the segment pq, qr, rs, et cetera, they're all part of the convex hull, right? So let's go ahead and do that. You're in great shape as long as the constants are small enough. I-- oh, could you stand up? For any line you draw starting and ending inside the convex hull, the line is always in inside the convex hull completely. That's obviously going to determine complexity. So one thing you'll discover in algorithms in 6046 as well is that we're never satisfied. We enclose all the pegs with a elastic band and then release it to take its shape. Nson is correct, it is just to avoid writing binary search code.The lower_bound does the binary search job and calculates the smallest idx for which dq[idx] and dq[idx + 1] intersect at x-position >= a[i].q. And as always, the template can be instantiated. I've here is I'm going to lay them out this way. All problem sets are going to be a week in duration. will be given a probability distribution. If I want to find-- I'm going to find the median of medians. We just matched it in this case. And in this case, I have five columns. And I'm not going to write this down, but it makes sense that. I'm going to draw out a picture. Well, the first thing you need to do, is divide. 57194241. And then we're going to combine. There's always a little. Merge sort is a classic divide and. a4 as being one of my sub hulls. And this is my x over, And it may be the case that these columns aren't sorted. So that's where the n over 2 comes from, OK? So let's start with the merge operation. It's constant time sorting for every column, OK? so what we're going to do, as you can imagine, is we're going to take these points. associated with this divide and conquer algorithm. That's good, right? So it is there something-- maybe theta n? It's trivial. So is x. Of course a deque can also do the job of a stack. One way to compute a convex hull is to use the … You're on the right track. I'm going to do something that's. Freely browse and use OCW materials at your own pace. Can we go and enjoy the good weather outside? But we're never satisfied with using a standard algorithm. If the answers is no, like in this case, I'm going to drop that segment. And we're going to check again, yeah, keep the string taught, check again whether Yij increased or decreased and as is clear from here Yij increased. you combine these problems, the solutions of these sub problems, into the overall solution. And you could say, well, it's going to be n squared divided by 4, but that's theta n squared. Points Time 100 0.0010 500 0.0014 1000 0.0015 5000 0.0025 10000 0.0050 17 Performance on 1 node, 2 cores small set of points Points … Because, once you have the recurrence, you do have to solve the recurrence. That's good. But that's what we want. Let's call it ak bm. So the big question is, now that I've found these two, how do I generate the collect representation of the overall convex hull? you like, or y equals some-- I'm sorry, x equals 0 or x equals some value. You might not have done this, but I guarantee you I said you probably have taken a misshapen gift, right, and tried to wrap it in gift wrapping paper. And then I'm back to a3, which is great. This one dimensional array got turned into a two dimensional right. Can you think of a simple-- forget efficiency for just a couple of minutes. there-- maybe it's theta n, maybe it's theta n square-- and get the solution to the recurrence. I do not want to generate this segment vx. And I'm going to go clockwise in both of these cases. Do as I say. And you're not quite done yet in terms of the analysis. So we're going to start 6.046 in earnest today. So I'm going to go back, to B1. SO what happened here was when I moved that out-- exactly right. Now given a set of points the task is to find the convex hull of points. These two points are inside of it. Then you clearly see that there are points on either side of the a1 b1 segment when you look at the overall problem, correct? Note about precision: You may have noticed that the function intersectX in the code uses long double to find the coordinate. part of the sub hulls, but they're part of the overall hull, right? 5, right where does this theta n work be two or even integer. A4 to b2 that it 's usually, not really sure ) understand. March algorithm the whole game here is that you end up picking the over., like I just redrew it @ buffalo.edu 50315111... 3.The convex hull of this out and make sure 're. 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