In this post “Important top 10 algorithms and data structures for competitive coding “.
- Graph algorithms
- Dynamic programming
- Searching and Sorting:
- Number theory and Other Mathematical
- Geometrical and Network Flow Algorithms
- Data Structures
The below links cover all most important algorithms and data structure topics:
- Breadth First Search (BFS)
- Depth First Search (DFS)
- Shortest Path from source to all vertices **Dijkstra**
- Shortest Path from every vertex to every other vertex **Floyd Warshall**
- Minimum Spanning tree **Prim**
- Minimum Spanning tree **Kruskal**
- Topological Sort
- Johnson’s algorithm
- Articulation Points (or Cut Vertices) in a Graph
- Bridges in a graph
- Longest Common Subsequence
- Longest Increasing Subsequence
- Edit Distance
- Minimum Partition
- Ways to Cover a Distance
- Longest Path In Matrix
- Subset Sum Problem
- Optimal Strategy for a Game
- 0-1 Knapsack Problem
- Assembly Line Scheduling
- Binary Search
- Quick Sort
- Merge Sort
- Order Statistics
- KMP algorithm
- Rabin karp
- Z’s algorithm
- Aho Corasick String Matching
- Counting Sort
- Manacher’s algorithm: Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3
Prime Numbers and Prime Factorization
- Primality Test | Set 1 (Introduction and School Method)
- Primality Test | Set 2 (Fermat Method)
- Primality Test | Set 3 (Miller–Rabin)
- Sieve of Eratosthenes
- Segmented Sieve
- Wilson’s Theorem
- Prime Factorisation
- Pollard’s rho algorithm
Modulo Arithmetic Algorithms
- Basic and Extended Euclidean algorithms
- Euler’s Totient Function
- Modular Exponentiation
- Modular Multiplicative Inverse
- Chinese remainder theorem Introduction
- Chinese remainder theorem and Modulo Inverse Implementation
- nCr%m and this.
- Counting Inversions
- Counting Inversions using BIT
- logarithmic exponentiation
- Square root of an integer
- Heavy light Decomposition , this and this
- Matrix Rank
- Gaussian Elimination to Solve Linear Equations
- Hungarian algorithm
- Link cut
- Mo’s algorithm and this
- Factorial of a large number in C++
- Factorial of a large number in Java+
- Russian Peasant Multiplication
- Catalan Number
- Convex Hull
- Graham Scan
- Line Intersection
- Interval Tree
- Matrix Exponentiation and this
- Maxflow Ford Furkerson Algo and Edmond Karp Implementation
- Min cut
- Stable Marriage Problem
- Hopcroft–Karp Algorithm for Maximum Matching
- Dinic’s algo and e-maxx
- Binary Indexed Tree or Fenwick tree
- Segment Tree (RMQ, Range Sum and Lazy Propagation)
- K-D tree (See insert, minimum and delete)
- Union Find Disjoint Set (Cycle Detection and By Rank and Path Compression)
- Suffix array (this, this and this)
- Sparse table
- Suffix automata
- Suffix automata II
- LCA and RMQ
How to Begin?
Please see How to begin with Competitive Programming?
How to Practice?
Please see https://practice.geeksforgeeks.org/
What are top algorithms in Interview Questions?
Top 10 algorithms in Interview Questions
How to prepare for ACM – ICPC?
How to prepare for ACM – ICPC?
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