11026 - A Grouping Problem

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Post by QulinXao » Tue Apr 04, 2006 9:39 pm

trulo17 wrote:(x-1)*(x-2)*(x-3) = x^3-6x^2+11x-6
a + b + c =6
ab+ac+bc= 11
abc=6
it got ac in 1.2 seconds during contest
Time complexity O(n^2)
Space Complexity O(n)
in contest my prog with same algo as yours writed in pascal get me
tle 2. sec
now I send it , and get acc with 0:02.830 sec (by the way i only one who
get acc used pascal all other use c/c++, who can get acc on JAVA and with what time?)
1.in how many times pascal slow c/c++ on same algo???
2. piple in top in http://acm.uva.es/cgi-bin/OnlineJudge?P ... :11026:100
1 0:00.365 412 30863 C++ 2006/04/02-13:11:26.707 4469427 (H0)
2 0:00.381 400 53387 C++ 2006/04/01-18:42:29.579 4467376 (H0)
3 0:00.430 4492 33201 C 2006/04/01-18:32:02.999 4467342 (H0)
4 0:00.439 420 26795 C 2006/04/02-07:59:27.140 4468861 (H0)
5 0:00.443 404 30631 C++ 2006/04/01-18:14:31.753
...
less 0.5 seconds
maybe they use some hint's? anybody know?can somebody exlpain why they sol so fast???

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Post by little joey » Tue Apr 04, 2006 11:22 pm

Yes, that is a problem. I made a literal translation of my C program to Pascal, and the execution was almost 7 times slower (C program 0.44 sec, Pascal program 2.79 sec).
I think most of the time spent by the Pascal program is range checking during array access.

This site doesn't like Pascal and Java programmers, that's why I switched to C some time ago. Looks like I'll need to switch to C++ shortly, because the problems increasingly rely on the presence of STL if you want to solve them in reasonable time. It's how things go....

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Post by sclo » Wed Apr 05, 2006 12:37 am

There are some problems where STL is too slow for uva. I guess they should fix it.

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Post by Darko » Wed Apr 05, 2006 12:39 am

I've been submitting my problems in Java (well, probably 95% of them) but I'm not giving up! :)

Why don't they use the lowest common denominator (be it Java or PASCAL) when they set the time limits? Disgusts me to see those "you should use scanf(), otherwise we couldn't set a reasonable time limit". WTH?

I mentioned this before somewhere else, the only problem I can see is that n^2 solution in C might be accepted instead of intended nlogn one or something like that - even I used it in couple of places (submitting C instead of Java).

While we are at it, when they change limits from 1-2 secs to 10 it is fine, but when they change them from 60 secs to 10 it is kind of painful (some Live Archive problems)

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overflow ??

Post by C » Tue May 30, 2006 1:16 am

I got WA in 0.6s.
I think it is because that product of two very large integers is larger than MAXINT. And i tried use a double and then change to integer, it seems not enough precise.

Can anyone give any hints for that ? How i can save that big number correctly or avoid saving such big number?? Thanks in advance!
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Re: overflow ??

Post by Martin Macko » Tue May 30, 2006 3:15 am

C wrote:I got WA in 0.6s.
I think it is because that product of two very large integers is larger than MAXINT. And i tried use a double and than change to integer, it seems not enough precise.
Try to use 64bit integers like long long int in C.

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Re: overflow ??

Post by C » Tue May 30, 2006 9:42 am

Martin Macko wrote: Try to use 64bit integers like long long int in C.
I have tried with long long int, but got still WA, and my code passes the input above, maybe I miss some tricky cases(if any?). Can someone give me the output for following input?

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2 2147483647
2147483646 2147483646
3 2147483647
2147483646 2147483646 2147483646
4 2147483647
2147483646 2147483646 2147483646 2147483646
5 2147483647
2147483646 2147483646 2147483646 2147483646 2147483646
6 2147483647
2147483646 2147483646 2147483646 2147483646 2147483646 2147483646
7 2147483647
2147483646 2147483646 2147483646 2147483646 2147483646 2147483646 2147483646
8 2147483647
2147483646 2147483646 2147483646 2147483646 2147483646 2147483646 2147483646 2147483646
0 0
And my code outputs

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2147483645
2147483646
2147483643
2147483646
2147483641
2147483646
2147483639
Is that right ??
or I will be appreciate for any more i/os!

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Post by ayon » Tue May 30, 2006 9:51 am

my AC program gives same outputs as yours, i did %m everytime
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Post by C » Tue May 30, 2006 2:25 pm

i did %m everytime
So did I!
To make sure that each element saved in my table is smaller than MAXINT and so that product of two 4B integers cannot exceed a 8B integer and this product %m is once again smaller MAXINT and so on.

my dp algo is following:

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f[n][k] is the fitness of k numbers from a[1..n]

k=0, f[i][0]= 1,i=1,..,n;
k=1, f[i][1]= sum(a[1],..,a[i])%m, i=1,..,n;
        and f[i][j]=0 if i<j
for all i>1
f[i][k]= (a[k]*f[i][k-1]+f[i-1][k])%m;
//either all k numbers from a[1..i-1] or k-1 number from a[1..i-1] and with kth number is a[i]
print max(f[n][i]), i=0,..,n
and i don't know if there was two common numbers in the array a, that means if for some i<>j , a=a[j], how will be the different group defined??
for example n=3, and say a1,b,a2,among which a1=a2=a, and for k=2, all the groups are ab and aa, or a1b,a2b,a1a2 ?? And I used of course the latter.

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Post by Martin Macko » Tue May 30, 2006 8:43 pm

C wrote:and i don't know if there was two common numbers in the array a, that means if for some i<>j , a=a[j], how will be the different group defined??
for example n=3, and say a1,b,a2,among which a1=a2=a, and for k=2, all the groups are ab and aa, or a1b,a2b,a1a2 ?? And I used of course the latter.

I used the latter, too, and got accepted... thus probably the latter is the correct one, or the are no such inputs.

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Post by C » Wed May 31, 2006 9:30 am

Thanks Martin Macko!

I used the latter too and got finally AC, I had made a careless mistake by reading input. :evil:

Thanks!

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Post by Grazyna » Wed Apr 18, 2007 4:52 pm

I can not understand something in this problem.

the problem states that
" You can take K different elements from them to make a group " and
"Two groups will be different if there is at least one element which is not common to both" ,
so, I assume that when I find for 2nd time some number I will throw it away, since I can not use it second time in the same group and from the other side it produces the same groups with its first apearence.

so, for example, how can I have result 17 with the input:
4 20
1 1 2 3

thanks in advance for any explanation.

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Post by mak(cse_DU) » Wed Jan 07, 2009 10:53 am

Some case which I faced WA.
Input:

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18176
20745
20732
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Re: 11026 - A Grouping Problem

Post by tobacco5648 » Fri Apr 08, 2011 5:31 pm

This is my code,firstly I used int,I got WA,then changed to long long and got AC
#include<iostream>
#define maxn 1001
using namespace std;
long long p[maxn][maxn];
int main()
{
long long n,m,num[maxn];
while(cin>>n>>m&&(n!=0||m!=0))
{
long long i,j,max=-1;
for(i=1;i<=n;i++)
{
cin>>num;
num%=m;
}
p[1][0]=1;
p[1][1]=num[1];
p[1][2]=0;
for(i=2;i<=n;i++)
{
p[0]=1;
for(j=1;j<=i;j++)
{
p[j]=(p[i-1][j-1]*num+p[i-1][j])%m;
}
p[j+1]=0;
}
for(i=1;i<=n;i++)
{
if(p[n]>max)
max=p[n];
}
cout<<max<<endl;
}
return 0;
}

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