Introduction If you are new to string search, I would recommend to first read the brute force approach here. Brute force as discussed in the mentioned post has time complexity of O(mn) in worst case. Rabin-Karp also has the worst case time complexity of O(mn), but it has a much better time complexity of O(m... Continue Reading →

# Dynamic Programming : An example showing Lowest Common Subsequence in Java

Introduction Optimal Substructure : A problem is said to be a optimal substructure if an optimal solution can be constructed from optimal solution of it's subproblem. Overlapping subproblemsĀ : A problem is said to have overlapping subproblems if the problem can be broken down into repetitive subproblems. Greedy Algorithm is used to solve problems having optimal... Continue Reading →