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CMSC420-0201: Lecture - Shared screen with speaker view
Hyen Jeong
06:55
Good morning Dr. Mount!!!!!!
William Cao
13:43
Can we throw a general exception for the methods?
Kamtochukwu Okafor
20:01
Prof is there a way to turn your vol up? I can’t hear you all that clearly.
Kamtochukwu Okafor
20:33
My volume bar is maxed out
Sharon Halevi
20:43
That may be on your end, I can hear clearly
Shannen Lam
20:48
^
William Cao
20:49
I can hear clearly
Jacqueline Gao
20:52
its fine for me
Samantha Pearlstein
20:56
Fine for me!
Samantha Tang
20:57
^^
Olayemi Oyindamola Ajayi
20:59
I can hear you
Kamtochukwu Okafor
21:03
Kool might me then
Kamtochukwu Okafor
21:05
Sorry about that
Kristen Twigg
21:38
Try headphones if you aren't using them already maybe...
Shameer Shahab
21:39
On zoom someone would have to manually type the captions
Kamtochukwu Okafor
22:05
Kristin I like your style. Thanks !
John Heide
22:10
Kamtocukwu you might already know this, but if you go to audio settings, you can turn up the speaker volume inside zoom
Shameer Shahab
34:40
How come m-78 is left of o-45
William Cao
35:18
it's just maintaining the heap property with respect to the numbers?
William Cao
35:28
but binary tree process with respect to the letters?
William Cao
35:35
bst*
Shameer Shahab
35:42
Ohhh cuz its heap not binary search
William Cao
36:44
when we have an imbalance, if (t) is on the left we do a right rotation, if t is on the right then we do a left rotation?
Hyen Jeong
36:51
If t stays there, wouldn't it violate the property of bst, i.e. the left of t is less than t and so forth?
William Cao
40:22
doesn't matter?
William Cao
40:34
yes
William Cao
40:37
because you have to replace
William Cao
40:43
the smaller of the left or right
Yaeji Shin
40:45
can you pick one and stick to it?
John Heide
40:52
Can you do a coin flip?
William Cao
40:52
priority
William Cao
40:53
yeah
Alexendra Lee
46:44
can you explain again how the priorities are organized?
Savyasachi Konkalmatt
47:40
I may have missed this during the example but what would happen in the deletion example in the rotationif b had a right child
Savyasachi Konkalmatt
48:40
yea thanks
Hyen Jeong
01:02:02
could you explain to us the randomness of skip list one more time?
Hyen Jeong
01:03:42
are the elements ordered?
Hyen Jeong
01:03:45
sorted by order
Jacqueline Gao
01:10:36
I love them
Dao-jun Xu
01:17:48
For the first theorem, the proof ended with n/(n^c) = 1/n^(1-c). Isn't n/(n^c) = n^(1-c)?
Dao-jun Xu
01:18:12
Oh, sorry I read that wrong!
Sharon Halevi
01:18:48
Confused about why it has to be consecutive heads. Wouldn’t you get the same probability/better randomness if you just selected based on total heads
William Love
01:19:24
if you did total heads then when would you stop flipping
Sharon Halevi
01:19:42
oh ok I see. So the tail is just the end