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I didn’t get a single chance to loose my interest. Thanks thanks a lot Please, i really need a complete video tutorial on algorithm. Erik Demaine Erik Demaine. Saurabh BishtJune ssma, at Write your own review or comment: Strassen, Fibonacci, Polynomial Multiplication Lecture 3: Quicksort, Randomized Algorithms Lecture 4: Quicksort, Randomized Algorithms Charles E.

Order Statistics, Median Lecture 6: Order Statistics, Median Charles E. Hashing, Hash Functions Lecture 7: Hashing, Hash Functions Charles E.

Universal Hashing, Perfect Hashing Lecture 8: Skip Lists Lecture All-pairs Shortest Paths, Matrix Multiplication, Advanced Topics Lecture jntroduction Advanced Topics Charles E.