Manacher’s Algorithm – Linear Time Longest Palindromic Substring – Part 3

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In Manacher’s Algorithm Part 1 and Part 2, we gone through some of the basics, understood LPS length array and how to calculate it efficiently based on four cases. Here we will implement the same.

We have seen that there are no new character comparison needed in case 1 and case 2. In case 3 and case 4, necessary new comparison are needed.
In following figure,

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                    Manacher's Algorithm – Linear Time Longest Palindromic Substring

If at all we need a comparison, we will only compare actual characters, which are at “odd” positions like 1, 3, 5, 7, etc.
Even positions do not represent a character in string, so no comparison will be preformed for even positions.
If two characters at different odd positions match, then they will increase LPS length by 2.

There are many ways to implement this depending on how even and odd positions are handled. One way would be to create a new string 1st where we insert some unique character (say #, $ etc) in all even positions and then run algorithm on that (to avoid different way of even and odd position handling). Other way could be to work on given string itself but here even and odd positions should be handled appropriately.

Here we will start with given string itself. When there is a need of expansion and character comparison required, we will expand in left and right positions one by one. When odd position is found, comparison will be done and LPS Length will be incremented by ONE. When even position is found, no comparison done and LPS Length will be incremented by ONE (So overall, one odd and one even positions on both left and right side will increase LPS Length by TWO).

C/C++

// A C program to implement Manacher’s Algorithm
#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>

char text[100];
void findLongestPalindromicString()
{
	int N = strlen(text);
	if(N == 0)
		return;
	N = 2*N + 1; //Position count
	int L[N]; //LPS Length Array
	L[0] = 0;
	L[1] = 1;
	int C = 1; //centerPosition 
	int R = 2; //centerRightPosition
	int i = 0; //currentRightPosition
	int iMirror; //currentLeftPosition
	int expand = -1;
	int diff = -1;
	int maxLPSLength = 0;
	int maxLPSCenterPosition = 0;
	int start = -1;
	int end = -1;
	
	//Uncomment it to print LPS Length array
	//printf("%d %d ", L[0], L[1]);
	for (i = 2; i < N; i++) 
	{
		//get currentLeftPosition iMirror for currentRightPosition i
		iMirror  = 2*C-i;
		//Reset expand - means no expansion required
		expand = 0;
		diff = R - i;
		//If currentRightPosition i is within centerRightPosition R
		if(diff > 0) 
		{
			if(L[iMirror] < diff) // Case 1
				L[i] = L[iMirror];
			else if(L[iMirror] == diff && i == N-1) // Case 2
				L[i] = L[iMirror];
			else if(L[iMirror] == diff && i < N-1)  // Case 3
			{
					L[i] = L[iMirror];
					expand = 1;  // expansion required
			}
			else if(L[iMirror] > diff)  // Case 4
			{
				L[i] = diff;
				expand = 1;  // expansion required
			}
		}
		else
		{
			L[i] = 0;
			expand = 1;  // expansion required
		}
		
		if (expand == 1)
		{
			//Attempt to expand palindrome centered at currentRightPosition i
			//Here for odd positions, we compare characters and 
			//if match then increment LPS Length by ONE
			//If even position, we just increment LPS by ONE without 
			//any character comparison
			while (((i + L[i]) < N && (i - L[i]) > 0) && 
				( ((i + L[i] + 1) % 2 == 0) || 
				(text[(i + L[i] + 1)/2] == text[(i-L[i]-1)/2] )))
			{
				L[i]++;
			}
		}

		if(L[i] > maxLPSLength)  // Track maxLPSLength
		{
			maxLPSLength = L[i];
			maxLPSCenterPosition = i;
		}

		// If palindrome centered at currentRightPosition i 
		// expand beyond centerRightPosition R,
		// adjust centerPosition C based on expanded palindrome.
		if (i + L[i] > R) 
		{
			C = i;
			R = i + L[i];
		}
		//Uncomment it to print LPS Length array
		//printf("%d ", L[i]);
	}
	//printf("\n");
	start = (maxLPSCenterPosition - maxLPSLength)/2;
	end = start + maxLPSLength - 1;
	//printf("start: %d end: %d\n", start, end);
	printf("LPS of string is %s : ", text);
	for(i=start; i<=end; i++)
		printf("%c", text[i]);
	printf("\n");
}


int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{

	strcpy(text, "babcbabcbaccba");
	findLongestPalindromicString();

	strcpy(text, "abaaba");
	findLongestPalindromicString();

	strcpy(text, "abababa");
	findLongestPalindromicString();

	strcpy(text, "abcbabcbabcba");
	findLongestPalindromicString();

	strcpy(text, "forgeeksskeegfor");
	findLongestPalindromicString();

	strcpy(text, "caba");
	findLongestPalindromicString();

	strcpy(text, "abacdfgdcaba");
	findLongestPalindromicString();

	strcpy(text, "abacdfgdcabba");
	findLongestPalindromicString();

	strcpy(text, "abacdedcaba");
	findLongestPalindromicString();

	return 0;
}

Python

# Python program to implement Manacher's Algorithm
 
def findLongestPalindromicString(text):
    N = len(text)
    if N == 0:
        return
    N = 2*N+1    # Position count
    L = [0] * N
    L[0] = 0
    L[1] = 1
    C = 1     # centerPosition
    R = 2     # centerRightPosition
    i = 0    # currentRightPosition
    iMirror = 0     # currentLeftPosition
    maxLPSLength = 0
    maxLPSCenterPosition = 0
    start = -1
    end = -1
    diff = -1
 
    # Uncomment it to print LPS Length array
    # printf("%d %d ", L[0], L[1]);
    for i in xrange(2,N):
     
        # get currentLeftPosition iMirror for currentRightPosition i
        iMirror = 2*C-i
        L[i] = 0
        diff = R - i
        # If currentRightPosition i is within centerRightPosition R
        if diff > 0:
            L[i] = min(L[iMirror], diff)
 
        # Attempt to expand palindrome centered at currentRightPosition i
        # Here for odd positions, we compare characters and
        # if match then increment LPS Length by ONE
        # If even position, we just increment LPS by ONE without
        # any character comparison
        try:
            while ((i+L[i]) < N and (i-L[i]) > 0) and \
                    (((i+L[i]+1) % 2 == 0) or \
                    (text[(i+L[i]+1)/2] == text[(i-L[i]-1)/2])):
                L[i]+=1
        except Exception as e:
            pass
 
        if L[i] > maxLPSLength:        # Track maxLPSLength
            maxLPSLength = L[i]
            maxLPSCenterPosition = i
 
        # If palindrome centered at currentRightPosition i
        # expand beyond centerRightPosition R,
        # adjust centerPosition C based on expanded palindrome.
        if i + L[i] > R:
            C = i
            R = i + L[i]
 
    # Uncomment it to print LPS Length array
    # printf("%d ", L[i]);
    start = (maxLPSCenterPosition - maxLPSLength) / 2
    end = start + maxLPSLength - 1
    print "LPS of string is " + text + " : ",
    print text[start:end+1],
    print "\n",
 
# Driver program
text1 = "babcbabcbaccba"
findLongestPalindromicString(text1)
 
text2 = "abaaba"
findLongestPalindromicString(text2)
 
text3 = "abababa"
findLongestPalindromicString(text3)
 
text4 = "abcbabcbabcba"
findLongestPalindromicString(text4)
 
text5 = "forgeeksskeegfor"
findLongestPalindromicString(text5)
 
text6 = "caba"
findLongestPalindromicString(text6)
 
text7 = "abacdfgdcaba"
findLongestPalindromicString(text7)
 
text8 = "abacdfgdcabba"
findLongestPalindromicString(text8)
 
text9 = "abacdedcaba"
findLongestPalindromicString(text9)
 
# This code is contributed by BHAVYA JAIN

Output:

LPS of string is babcbabcbaccba : abcbabcba
LPS of string is abaaba : abaaba
LPS of string is abababa : abababa
LPS of string is abcbabcbabcba : abcbabcbabcba
LPS of string is forgeeksskeegfor : geeksskeeg
LPS of string is caba : aba
LPS of string is abacdfgdcaba : aba
LPS of string is abacdfgdcabba : abba
LPS of string is abacdedcaba : abacdedcaba

This is the implementation based on the four cases discussed in Part 2. In Part 4, we have discussed a different way to look at these four cases and few other approaches.

This article is contributed by Anurag Singh. Please write comments if you find anything incorrect, or you want to share more information about the topic discussed above

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