Lecture 23: Advanced Topics (cont.)
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"OK, good morning. So today, we're going to continue our exploration of multithreaded algorithms. Last time we talked about some aspects of scheduling, and a little bit about linguistics to describe a multithreaded competition. And today, we're going to actually deal with some algorithms. So, we're going to start out with a really simple, actually, what's fun about this, actually, is that everything I'm going to teach you today I could have taught you in week two, OK, because basically it's just taking the divide and conquer hammer, and just smashing problem after problem with it...
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