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 To do the practical work, the student should prepare himself beforehand: To do the practical work, the student should prepare himself beforehand:
-  - lecture (LE21), read and understand the relevant sections of the **class plan**: +  - Lecture (LE21), read and understand the relevant sections of the **class plan**: 
-    * List algorithms [[..:lectures/21#content|Contents]] & [[..:lectures:21#bibliography|Bibliography & Materials]] +    * Modules [[..:lectures/21#content|Contents]] & [[..:lectures:21#bibliography|Bibliography & Materials]] 
-  - lecture (LE22), read and understand the relevant sections of the **class plan**: +  - Lecture (LE22), read and understand the relevant sections of the **class plan**: 
-    * Analysis of algorithms [[..:lectures/22#content|Contents]] & [[..:lectures:22#bibliography|Bibliography & Materials]] +    * Program development [[..:lectures/22#content|Contents]] & [[..:lectures:22#bibliography|Bibliography & Materials]] 
-  - assignment of the week (RE11), read and understand the relevant sections of the **class plan** of previous lectures:+  - Assignment of the week (RE11), read and understand the relevant sections of the **class plan** of previous lectures:
     * List algorithms (LE19) [[..:lectures:19#bibliography|Bibliography & Materials]]     * List algorithms (LE19) [[..:lectures:19#bibliography|Bibliography & Materials]]
     * Analysis of algorithms (LE20) [[..:lectures:20#bibliography|Bibliography & Materials]]     * Analysis of algorithms (LE20) [[..:lectures:20#bibliography|Bibliography & Materials]]
-  - assignment of the week (RE11), try the [easy] & [medium] exercises at **Play** +  - Assignment of the week (RE11), try the [easy] & [medium] exercises at **Play** 
  
 ===== Tasks ===== ===== Tasks =====
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 ===== Materials ===== ===== Materials =====
  
-  * **Bibliography**, available at [[https://web.fe.up.pt/~jlopes/doku.php/teach/fpro/plan|Plan > Contents]]+  * **Bibliography**, available at [[..:plan|Plan > Contents]]
   * **Notebooks**, available at [[https://github.com/fpro-feup/public|FPRO's public repository]]   * **Notebooks**, available at [[https://github.com/fpro-feup/public|FPRO's public repository]]
   * **Moodle**, available at [[https://moodle.up.pt/course/view.php?id=2126|FPRO's activities]]   * **Moodle**, available at [[https://moodle.up.pt/course/view.php?id=2126|FPRO's activities]]
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 ===== Summary ===== ===== Summary =====
  
-  * Write Python3 code using the Divide and Conquer algorithmic paradigm. Solving a problem using the three steps:     break the given problem into sub-problems of same type, recursively solve these sub-problems, combine the answers. Binary search. Quicksort. Merge Sort.+  * Write Python3 code using the Divide and Conquer algorithmic strategy. Solving a problem using the three steps:     break the given problem into sub-problems of same type, recursively solve these sub-problems, combine the answers. Binary search. Quicksort. Merge Sort.
  
  --- //FPRO, 2019/20//  --- //FPRO, 2019/20//
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