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1 Designing Algorithms Csci 107 Lecture 4

2 Outline Last time Computing 1+2+…+n Adding 2 n-digit numbers Today: More algorithms Sequential search Variations of sequential search Pattern matching

3 A Search Algorithm Problem statement: Write a pseudocode algorithm to find the location of a target value in a list of values. Input: a list of values and the target value Output: the location of the target value, or else a message that the value does not appear in the list. Variables:

4 The (sequential) search algorithm (Fig 2.9) Variables: target, n, list list of n values Get the value of target, n, and the list of n values Set index to 1 Set found to false Repeat until found = true or index > n If the value of list index = target then Output the index Set found to true else Increment the index by 1 If found is false then Output a message that target was not found Stop

5 Variations of sequential search.. Modify the sequential search algorithm in order –To find all occurrences of target in the list and print the positions where they occur –To count the number of occurrences of target in the list –To count how many elements in the list are larger than target

6 Iterating through a list Assume the input list is stored in a 1, a 2, …, a n In general, an algorithm that will have to explore every single element in the list in order will look something like this Set i = 1 Repeat until (i>n) Set i = i+1

7 More algorithms Write algorithms to find –the largest number in a list of numbers (and the position where it occurs) –the smallest number in a list of numbers (and the position where it occurs) –the range of a list of numbers Range= largest - smallest –the average of a list of numbers –the sum of a list of numbers

8 More algorithms Modify the sequential search algorithm in order –To find all occurrences of target in the list and print the positions where they occur –To count the number of occurrences of target in the list –To count how many elements in the list are larger than target Given a list of numbers from the user, write algorithms to find –the largest number in a list of numbers (and the position where it occurs) –the smallest number in a list of numbers (and the position where it occurs) –the (arithmetic) average of a list of numbers –the sum of a list of numbers

9 A Search Application in Bioinformatics Human genome: sequence of billions of nucleotides Gene –Determines human behavior –Sequence of tens of thousands of nucleotides{A,C, G, T} –The sequence is not fully known, only a portion of it.. Problem: How to determine a gene in the human genome? Genome: …….TCAGGCTAATCGTAGG……. Gene probe: TAATC Idea: Find all matches of the probe within the genome and then examine the nucleotides in that neighborhood

10 A Search Application in Bioinformatics Problem: –Suppose we have a text T = TCAGGCTAATCGTAGG and a pattern P = TA. Design an algorithm that searches T to find the position of every instance of P that appears in T. E.g., for this text, the algorithm should return the answer: There is a match at position 7 There is a match at position 13 This problem is similar to the search algorithm –except that for every possible starting position every character of P must be compared with a character of T.

11 Pattern Matching Input –Text of n characters T1, T2, …, Tn –Pattern of m (m < n) characters P1, P2, …Pm Output: –Location (index) of every occurrence of pattern within text Algorithm: –What is the idea?

12 Pattern Matching Algorithm idea: –Check if pattern matches starting at position 1 –Then check if it matches starting at position 2 –…and so on How to check if pattern matches text starting at position k? –Check that every character of pattern matches corresponding character of text How many loops will you need?

13 Pattern Matching Algorithm idea –Get input (text and pattern) –Set starting location k to 1 –Repeat until reach end of text Attempt to match every character in the pattern beginning at pos k in text If there was a match, print k Add 1 to k –Stop Question: is this an algorithm? –Yes, at a high level of abstraction –Now we need to write in pseudocode

14 Pattern Matching Algorithm (Fig. 2.12) Variables: n, m, T 1 T 2 …T n, P 1 P 2 …P m, k, mismatch Get values for n, m, the text T 1 T 2 …T n and the pattern P 1 P 2 …P m Set k =1 Repeat until k>n-m+1 Set i to 1 Set mismatch=“NO” Repeat until either (i>m) or (mismatch = “YES”) if P i ≠ T k+(i-1) then Set mismatch=“YES” else Increment i by 1 if mismatch = “NO” then Print the message “There is a match at position” k increment k by 1 Stop

15 Variations on the pattern matching algorithm How would you modify the algorithm in order to Find only the first match for P in T. Find only the last match for P in T.


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