UVa 102. Ecological Bin Packing | with Brute-force search

The UVa 102: Ecological Bin Packing can be solved using brute-force search, as outlined in the following Java code snippet. Note that, the primary function getOPTConfiguration iterates over all possible bin arrangements, and determines the arrangement that requires minimum bottle moves for a given problem instance.

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UVa 100. The 3n+1 Problem: Solving with a Brute-force Algorithm

The UVa 100: The 3n+1 Problem is about collatz problem, which we have discussed in details in a recent post. The following Java code describes a brute-force algorithm to solve this problem. In addition, a memoization technique is incorporated to reduce redundant computations and thereby, to enhance efficiency of this brute-force algorithm.

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See Also

see Collatz Problem a.k.a. 3n+1 ProblemCollatz Problem a.k.a. 3n+1 Problem.
see UVa 371. Ackermann FunctionUVa 371. Ackermann Function.