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1596
. Knight Mare
Shen Yang
is there any effient algo to solve n<=11,m<=11??
[1] // Problem
1596. Knight Mare
27 Oct 2017 06:16
I know how to construct larger cases when knowing solution n<=11&&m<=11,but brute_force for small tests is tooooooooo slow..
Shen Yang
Re: is there any effient algo to solve n<=11,m<=11??
// Problem
1596. Knight Mare
28 Oct 2017 12:27
AC....
xurshid_n
Urra
[3] // Problem
1596. Knight Mare
24 Jul 2012 17:38
Ac!!!! 0.031 s.
Neofit
Re: Urra
// Problem
1596. Knight Mare
25 Jul 2012 09:42
How to solve it? What idea?
Neofit
Re: Urra
[1] // Problem
1596. Knight Mare
25 Jul 2012 10:19
http://www.mimuw.edu.pl/~rytter/TEACHING/ALCOMB/efficient%20algorithm%20recursion%20knight.pdf
Edited by author 25.07.2012 10:19
xurshid_n
Re: Urra
// Problem
1596. Knight Mare
16 Aug 2012 12:40
my be need to delete this link :))
xurshid_n
When No Solution??
[2] // Problem
1596. Knight Mare
11 Mar 2012 22:45
N and M both are odd numbers > No solution ???
Zurg
Re: When No Solution??
[1] // Problem
1596. Knight Mare
18 Mar 2012 17:43
Try to find out it yourself. It shouldn't be hard.
xurshid_n
Re: When No Solution??
// Problem
1596. Knight Mare
23 Jul 2012 18:02
I was right! for n and m are odd > no solution!
But, solution is backtrasing or not?
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