Task List: Algorithms

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(Aditya Chatterjee) #1

This is a task list focused on Algorithm topics for OpenGenus IQ :brain: and Cosmos

See this guide to understand how to use this task list. Message @aditya if you need any help. You may work on uncompleted tasks, improve existing work and add questions for a completed task. See published posts here

Following is a small collection of scopes you may contribute to:

Search algorithms

Sorting algorithms

Graph algorithms

Computational geometry

Dynamic programming

[add your list]

Greedy algorithms

[add your list]

Others


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(Saranya Jena) #3

assign me topological sort


(robot jelly ) #4

assign me radix sort


(Abhinav Kaushlya) #5

Hey @aditya could you let me know how can I assign myself? Thank you :slight_smile:


(Ragahv Dalmia) #6

I want to write code for circle sort in c++. Please assign it to me.


(Aditya Chatterjee) #7

If you want to work on a particular task, you need to get the invite for OpenGenus IQ and then, comment your interest as others. We will assign it to you
You can directly message me for guidance as well :+1:


(Harshita Sahai) #8

Hey can you please assign me the Fibonacci search.
Thank You


(Abhinav Kaushlya) #9

assign me Hamiltonian cycle


(Shreya Singh) #10

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(Abhinav) #11

Unbounded Knapsack Algorithm


(Shreya Singh) #12

@aditya Please assign me Comb Sort


(Spider8801) #13

Hi I am @Spider8801 assign me Krushkal’s Algorithm


(Pradyumn Sinha) #14

Hey, assign me tarjan algorithm


(robot jelly ) #15

assign me Cycle Sort !! please !!


(robot jelly ) #16

@aditya please assign me Cycle Sort!!


(Akshit Aggarwal) #17

Assign me Fuzzy Search


(Isha Gautam) #18

Please assign me Bipartite Checking


(Isha Gautam) #19

I’d like to add a topic in Dynamic Programming:
Please assign me Coin Change problem.


(Shreya Singh) #20

@aditya Please assign me Activity Selection problem