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00431 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | classic 0-1 Knapsack Problem; output any optimal solution as there is a special checker for this problem | 0.0 | |

00562 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | use a one dimensional table | 0.0 | |

00990 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | print the solution | 0.0 | |

01213 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | LA 3619 - Yokohama06; extension of 0-1 KNAPSACK; s: (id, remN, remK) instead of s: (id, remN) | 0.0 | |

10130 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | very basic 0-1 KNAPSACK problem | 0.0 | |

10261 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | s: (current_car; left; right) | 0.0 | |

10616 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | input can be -ve; use long long | 0.0 | |

10664 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | Subset Sum | 0.0 | |

10690 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | DP Subset Sum with negative offset technique; with addition of simple math | 0.0 | |

10819 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | 0-1 knapsack with 'credit card' twist | 0.0 | |

11003 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | try all max weight from 0 to max(weight[i] capacity[i]); forall i in [0..n-1]; if a max weight is known; how many boxes ... | 0.0 | |

11341 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | s: (id; h_learned; h_left); t: learn module 'id' by 1 hour or skip it | 0.0 | |

11566 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | KNAPSACK variant: double each dim sum; add one parameter to see if we have bought too many dishes | 0.0 | |

11658 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | s: (id; share); t: form/ignore coalition with id | 0.0 | |

11832 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | interesting DP; s: (id; val); use offset to handle negative numbers; t: plus or minus; print solution | 0.0 | |

12621 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | DP Subset Sum; simplify the multiple of 10 | 0.0 | |

knapsack | knapsack | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | basic DP KNAPSACK; print the solution | 687 | 4.8 |

muzicari | muzicari | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | set Knapsack of size = T, each break length as item weight, and value = 1/2 (put that break at 'virtual knapsack 1/2', r... | 343 | 4.9 |

ninepacks | ninepacks | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | brute force all possible sums; use DP SUBSET-SUM on each hotdog and bun packs; clever problem | 499 | 4.4 |

orders | orders | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | interesting KNAPSACK variant; print the solution | 713 | 4.5 |

presidentialelections | presidentialelections | 3.5c, 0-1 KNAPSACK | pre-process the input to discard non winnable states; be careful of negative total voters; then standard DP KNAPSACK | 116 | 5.7 |

00147 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5d, COIN-CHANGE | similar to UVa 357 and 674 | 0.0 | |

00166 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5d, COIN-CHANGE | two coin change variants in one problem | 0.0 | |

00242 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5d, COIN-CHANGE | LA 5181 - WorldFinals Nashville95; Complete Search + DP Coin-Change | 0.0 | |

00357 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5d, COIN-CHANGE | similar to UVa 147 and 674 | 0.0 | |

00674 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5d, COIN-CHANGE | basic coin change problem | 0.0 | |

10313 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5d, COIN-CHANGE | modified coin change and DP 1D range sum | 0.0 | |

10448 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5d, COIN-CHANGE | after dealing with traversal on tree; you can reduce the original problem into coin change; not trivial | 0.0 | |

11137 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5d, COIN-CHANGE | use long long | 0.0 | |

11259 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5d, COIN-CHANGE | part of the problem is DP COIN-CHANGE with restricted number of coins per type; inclusion-exclusion | 0.0 | |

11517 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5d, COIN-CHANGE | a variation to the coin change problem; also available at Kattis - exactchange2 | 0.0 | |

bagoftiles | bagoftiles | 3.5d, COIN-CHANGE | count number of ways to do COIN-CHANGE; meet in the middle; DP combinatorics (n choose k) to find the answer for a+b | 102 | 6.5 |

canonical | canonical | 3.5d, COIN-CHANGE | complete search possible range of counter examples; do both greedy COIN-CHANGE and DP COIN-CHANGE | 502 | 5.7 |

exactchange2 | exactchange2 | 3.5d, COIN-CHANGE | a variation to the Coin-Change problem; also available at UVa 11517 - Exact Change | 708 | 5.4 |

00216 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5e, TSP | LA 5155 - WorldFinals KansasCity92; DP TSP problem; but still solvable with backtracking | 0.0 | |

01281 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5e, TSP | LA 6028 - WorldFinals Warsaw12; DP TSP variant; also available at Kattis - bustour | 0.0 | |

10496 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5e, TSP | DP or recursive backtracking with sufficient pruning; also available at Kattis - beepers | 0.0 | |

11795 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5e, TSP | DP TSP variant; counting paths on DAG; DP+bitmask; let Mega Buster owned by a dummy 'Robot 0' | 0.0 | |

12841 | Fetching from uHunt | 3.5e, TSP | simply find and print the lexicographically smallest Hamiltonian path; use DP-TSP technique | 0.0 | |

beepers | beepers | 3.5e, TSP | DP or recursive backtracking with sufficient pruning; also available at UVa 10496 - Collecting Beepers | 196 | 4.6 |

bustour | bustour | 3.5e, TSP | LA 6028 - WorldFinals Warsaw12; DP TSP variant; also available at UVa 01281 - Bus Tour | 124 | 6.1 |

cycleseasy | cycleseasy | 3.5e, TSP | Count number of HAMILTONIAN-TOURs | 108 | 4.1 |

errands | errands | 3.5e, TSP | map location names to integer indices; DP TSP | 51 | 7.0 |

maximizingyourpay | maximizingyourpay | 3.5e, TSP | Max-Traveling-Salesman-Problem; can go back to vertex 0 early; use DP bitmask | 60 | 6.4 |

pokemongogo | pokemongogo | 3.5e, TSP | DP TSP variant; there can be more than one Pokemon in the same location | 154 | 5.0 |

race | race | 3.5e, TSP | try all possible subset of locations; run DP TSP variant from start to ending to see if the plan is doable; keep the bes... | 65 | 7.5 |

00663 | Fetching from uHunt | 4.6e, Bipartite Graph | try disallowing an edge to see if MCBM changes; which implies that the edge has to be used | 0.0 | |

00670 | Fetching from uHunt | 4.6e, Bipartite Graph | MCBM | 0.0 | |

00753 | Fetching from uHunt | 4.6e, Bipartite Graph | initially a non standard matching problem but this problem can be reduced to a simple MCBM problem | 0.0 | |

10080 | Fetching from uHunt | 4.6e, Bipartite Graph | MCBM; also available at Kattis - gopher2 | 0.0 | |

11138 | Fetching from uHunt | 4.6e, Bipartite Graph | a pure MCBM problem | 0.0 | |

12644 | Fetching from uHunt | 4.6e, Bipartite Graph | classic MCBM problem wrapped inside a creative problem statement | 0.0 | |

12668 | Fetching from uHunt | 4.6e, Bipartite Graph | LA 6525 - LatinAmerica13; split rows/columns due to the presence of pawns; then run MCBM | 0.0 | |

absurdistan3 | absurdistan3 | 4.6e, Bipartite Graph | can be modeled as MCBM; or greedy graph construction with PQ | 312 | 5.6 |

bookclub | bookclub | 4.6e, Bipartite Graph | check if perfect MCBM is possible | 307 | 4.5 |

elementarymath | elementarymath | 4.6e, Bipartite Graph | left set: (a, b); right set: possible scores; possible if MCBM = n; use long long | 365 | 5.1 |

escapeplan | escapeplan | 4.6e, Bipartite Graph | left set: robots; right set: holes; 3 version of similar bipartite graphs; MCBM | 98 | 5.7 |

flippingcards | flippingcards | 4.6e, Bipartite Graph | left set: n card numbers; right set: 2*n picture numbers; possible if MCBM = n; need fast algorithm | 169 | 7.0 |

gopher2 | gopher2 | 4.6e, Bipartite Graph | MCBM; also available at UVa 10080 - Gopher II | 337 | 4.3 |

paintball | paintball | 4.6e, Bipartite Graph | very similar with bookclub | 335 | 4.3 |

pianolessons | pianolessons | 4.6e, Bipartite Graph | straightforward MCBM | 151 | 4.5 |

00259 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | assignment problem; matching with capacity; similar to UVa 10092; 11045; and 12873; but actually the input constraint is... | 0.0 | |

00820 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | LA 5220 - WorldFinals Orlando00; very basic max flow problem | 0.0 | |

10092 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | assignment problem; matching with capacity; similar to UVa 259; 11045; and 12873 | 0.0 | |

10511 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | matching; max flow; print the assignment; also available at Kattis - councilling | 0.0 | |

10779 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | build a flow graph s.t. each augmenting path corresponds to a series of exchange of duplicate stickers; repeat until thi... | 0.0 | |

11045 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | assignment problem; matching with capacity; similar to UVa 259; 10092; and 12873; but actually the input constraint is a... | 0.0 | |

11082 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | very similar to Kattis - tomography | 0.0 | |

11167 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | many edges in the flow graph; compress the capacity-1 edges when possible; use Dinic's | 0.0 | |

11418 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | two layers of graph matching (not really bipartite matching); use max flow solution | 0.0 | |

12873 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | LA 6851 - Bangkok14; assignment problem; similar to UVa 00259, 11045, and 10092; use Dinic's | 0.0 | |

councilling | councilling | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | matching; max flow; print the assignment; also available at UVa 10511 - Councilling | 89 | 7.1 |

dutyscheduler | dutyscheduler | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | try all possible (small range of answers); assignment problem; matching with capacity; max flow | 94 | 3.8 |

jupiter | jupiter | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | good modeling problem; a good exercise for those who wants to master max flow modeling | 150 | 5.8 |

maxflow | maxflow | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | standard max flow problem for practice; print edges used in the max flow | 531 | 6.3 |

mazemovement | mazemovement | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | use gcd for all pairs of vertices to construct the flow graph; then it is just a standard max flow problem | 135 | 4.4 |

mincut | mincut | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | standard min cut problem for practice; print vertices reachable from source s after max flow | 293 | 4.1 |

piano | piano | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | good modeling problem; afterwards it is just a standard max flow problem | 230 | 4.1 |

tomography | tomography | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | max flow; somewhat assignment problem; matching with capacity; bipartite graph: left-set: rows/right-set: col; can also ... | 239 | 3.8 |

waif | waif | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | two layers of graph matching; with capacity; use max flow solution | 159 | 2.7 |

water | water | 8.4a, Network Flow, Standard | max flow on undirected flow graph; add edges; rerun max flow K times (short) | 49 | 4.5 |

00563 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | check whether the maximum number of independent paths on the flow graph equals to b banks | 0.0 | |

01242 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | LA 4271 - Hefei08; to have a necklace; we need to be able to two edge-disjoint s-t flows | 0.0 | |

10330 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | max flow; vertex capacities | 0.0 | |

10480 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | straightforward min cut problem | 0.0 | |

11380 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | max flow modeling with vertex capacities; similar to UVa 12125 | 0.0 | |

11506 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | min cut with vertex capacities | 0.0 | |

11757 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | creative problem about min cut; build the flow graph with a bit of simple geometry involving circle; then find the min c... | 0.0 | |

11765 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | interesting min cut variant | 0.0 | |

12125 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | max flow modeling with vertex capacities; similar to UVa 11380; also available at Kattis - marchofpenguins | 0.0 | |

avoidingtheapocalypse | avoidingtheapocalypse | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | interesting max flow modeling; blow the vertices based on time | 191 | 4.4 |

budget | budget | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | max flow with lower bound | 66 | 6.8 |

chesscompetition | chesscompetition | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | baseball elimination problem; similar to Kattis - unfairplay | 87 | 4.9 |

congest | congest | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | LA 6395 - World Finals StPetersburg13; compute SSSP from downtown to other vertices; repeated edge-disjoint path computa... | 256 | 3.7 |

conveyorbelts | conveyorbelts | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | max flow; blow up the vertices K times; reroute edges | 89 | 3.7 |

copsandrobbers | copsandrobbers | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | min cut; similar to Kattis - thekingofthenorth | 125 | 3.7 |

darkness | darkness | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | interesting min cut problem; each light source affects all other cells at x and y units away (the z is always H); cost i... | 28 | 6.5 |

floodingfields | floodingfields | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | similar with UVa 11380; must be very careful | 48 | 5.5 |

landscaping | landscaping | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | min cut; hard to spot the required modeling | 70 | 6.0 |

marchofpenguins | marchofpenguins | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | max flow modeling; vertex capacities; also see UVa 11380; also available at UVa 12125 - March of the Penguins | 68 | 3.8 |

neutralground | neutralground | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | min cut; similar to Kattis - thekingofthenorth | 28 | 6.0 |

thekingofthenorth | thekingofthenorth | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | interesting min cut problem | 193 | 5.0 |

transportation | transportation | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | max flow with vertex capacities | 165 | 5.6 |

unfairplay | unfairplay | 8.4b, Network Flow, Variants | baseball elimination problem; similar to Kattis - chesscompetition; need to print solution too | 89 | 4.7 |

00193 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6a, NP-hard/C, small, E | optimization version of Max Independent Set problem on general graph which is NP-Hard with small input | 0.0 | |

00539 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6a, NP-hard/C, small, E | LONGEST-PATH problem; small input/general graph | 0.0 | |

00574 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6a, NP-hard/C, small, E | print all solutions with backtracking | 0.0 | |

00624 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6a, NP-hard/C, small, E | input size is small; backtracking is enough | 0.0 | |

00775 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6a, NP-hard/C, small, E | backtracking suffices as the search space is small; it is more likely to have a HAMILTONIAN-TOUR in a dense graph, so we... | 0.0 | |

00989 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6a, NP-hard/C, small, E | classic SUDOKU puzzle; the small 9x9 instance is solvable with backtracking with pruning; use bitmask to speed up | 0.0 | |

10957 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6a, NP-hard/C, small, E | very similar with UVa 989; if you can solve that one; you can modify your code a bit to solve this one | 0.0 | |

11088 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6a, NP-hard/C, small, E | similar to UVa 10911 but partitioning of three persons to one team; PARTITION-INTO-TRIANGLES | 0.0 | |

12455 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6a, NP-hard/C, small, E | SUBSET-SUM; try all; see the harder UVa 12911 that requires meet in the middle | 0.0 | |

balanceddiet | balanceddiet | 8.6a, NP-hard/C, small, E | PARTITION; n ≤ 20; use DP SUBSET-SUM style | 316 | 4.0 |

equalsumseasy | equalsumseasy | 8.6a, NP-hard/C, small, E | PARTITION; generate all possible subsets with bitmask; use set to record which sums have been computed | 474 | 2.3 |

flowfree | flowfree | 8.6a, NP-hard/C, small, E | brute force combination 3^10 or 4^8; then LONGEST-PATH problem on non DAG between two end points of the same color | 109 | 4.4 |

font | font | 8.6a, NP-hard/C, small, E | count number of possible SET-COVERs; use 2^N backtracking; but use bitmask to represent small set of covered letters | 199 | 4.2 |

satisfiability | satisfiability | 8.6a, NP-hard/C, small, E | SAT(isfiability); n ≤ 20; try all possible subsets | 244 | 3.8 |

socialadvertising | socialadvertising | 8.6a, NP-hard/C, small, E | MIN-DOMINATING-SET/MIN-SET-COVER; n ≤ 20; use compact Adjacency Matrix technique | 59 | 5.1 |

tightfitsudoku | tightfitsudoku | 8.6a, NP-hard/C, small, E | SUDOKU variant; backtracking + pruning | 87 | 4.2 |

vivoparc | vivoparc | 8.6a, NP-hard/C, small, E | GRAPH-COLORING on medium-sized graph; only 4 colors are used in this problem; backtracking | 151 | 5.1 |

01098 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6b, NP-hard/C, small, H | LA 4793 - WorldFinals Harbin10; HAMILTONIAN-TOUR; backtracking+pruning; meet in the middle | 0.0 | |

01217 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6b, NP-hard/C, small, H | LA 3681 - Kaohsiung06; TSP-like optimization problem; which is NP-Hard; solvable with A*/IDA* | 0.0 | |

10032 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6b, NP-hard/C, small, H | PARTITION; DP Knapsack with optimization to avoid TLE; also available at Kattis - tugofwar | 0.0 | |

10125 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6b, NP-hard/C, small, H | SUBSET-SUM; 4-SUM variant; use unordered_map to map sum of a and b in S and their two indices; also available at Kattis ... | 0.0 | |

10160 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6b, NP-hard/C, small, H | optimization version of Min Vertex Cover on general graph; Dominating Set; which is NP-Hard; strategies: backtracking; s... | 0.0 | |

10571 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6b, NP-hard/C, small, H | hard backtracking problem; it has similar flavor as Su Doku puzzle | 0.0 | |

11065 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6b, NP-hard/C, small, H | optimization version of MAX-INDEPENDENT-SET problem on general graph; also report the number of Independent Sets; bitmas... | 0.0 | |

11095 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6b, NP-hard/C, small, H | optimization version of Min Vertex Cover on general graph which is NP-Hard | 0.0 | |

12911 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6b, NP-hard/C, small, H | SUBSET-SUM; we cannot use DP as 1 ≤ N ≤ 40 and -10^9 ≤ T ≤ 10^9; use meet in the middle | 0.0 | |

beanbag | beanbag | 8.6b, NP-hard/C, small, H | SET-COVER problem; T farmers can collude to give Jack the hardest possible subset of beans to be given freely to Jack | 119 | 4.9 |

busplanning | busplanning | 8.6b, NP-hard/C, small, H | MIN-CLIQUE-COVER; DP bitmask over sets | 91 | 5.4 |

coloring | coloring | 8.6b, NP-hard/C, small, H | GRAPH-COLORING; n ≤ 11; greedily set vertex 0 to have color 0 to reduce max N to 10; backtracking | 313 | 4.8 |

mapcolouring | mapcolouring | 8.6b, NP-hard/C, small, H | GRAPH-COLORING; n ≤ 16; DP over sets; O(3^n); Subset of vertices that are Independent can be 1-colored | 200 | 5.2 |

perfectskyline | perfectskyline | 8.6b, NP-hard/C, small, H | N, S ≤ 15; SUBSET-SUM backtracking with bitmasks | 39 | 4.1 |

programmingteamselection | programmingteamselection | 8.6b, NP-hard/C, small, H | PARTITION-INTO-TRIANGLES; prune if #students % 3 != 0; generate up to m/3 teams; backtracking with memo | 64 | 7.2 |

tugofwar | tugofwar | 8.6b, NP-hard/C, small, H | PARTITION; DP Knapsack with optimization to avoid TLE; also available at UVa 10032 - Tug of War | 117 | 7.4 |

01194 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | LA 2523 - Beijing02; Min Vertex Cover/MVC | 0.0 | |

01347 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | LA 3305 - SoutheasternEurope05; this is the pure version of Bitonic TSP problem; you may want to start from here | 0.0 | |

10243 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | this problem can be reduced to the Min Vertex Cover problem on Tree; there is a polynomial DP solution for this variant | 0.0 | |

10349 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | MIS: V-MCBM; also available at Kattis - antennaplacement | 0.0 | |

10859 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | Min-Vertex-Cover; on several trees; maximize number of edges with its two endpoints covered | 0.0 | |

11159 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | MAX-INDEPENDENT-SET; on Bipartite Graph; ans equals to its MCBM | 0.0 | |

11357 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | not a pure CNF SAT(isfiability) problem; it is a special case as only one clause needs to be satisfied | 0.0 | |

11419 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | MVC; Konig theorem | 0.0 | |

12083 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | LA 3415 - NorthwesternEurope05; MIS; also available at Kattis - guardianofdecency | 0.0 | |

12168 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | LA 4288 - NorthwesternEurope08; MIS; also available at Kattis - catvsdog | 0.0 | |

13115 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | just a SUDOKU solution verifier; an NP-problem | 0.0 | |

antennaplacement | antennaplacement | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | MIS: V-MCBM; also available at UVa 10349 - Antenna Placement | 36 | 5.2 |

bilateral | bilateral | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | MIN-VERTEX-COVER on Bipartite Graph; MCBM; Konig's theorem that can handle the 1009 case correctly | 43 | 6.5 |

bookcircle | bookcircle | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | left set: boys; right set: girls; add edge (i, j) if boy i reads same book as girl j; MIN-VERTEX-COVER on Bipartite Grap... | 137 | 4.4 |

catvsdog | catvsdog | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | LA 4288 - NorthwesternEurope08; MIS; also available at UVa 12168 - Cat vs. Dog | 199 | 5.5 |

citrusintern | citrusintern | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | modified MIN-DOMINATING-SET on tree where two adjacent vertices cannot be both inside the Dominating Set | 169 | 3.6 |

countingclauses | countingclauses | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | special case of 3-SAT; a bluffing task | 480 | 1.7 |

cross | cross | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | run special heuristics of the SUDOKU puzzle | 273 | 3.9 |

europeantrip | europeantrip | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | STEINER-TREE with 3 terminal vertices and up to 1 Steiner point; we can use two ternary searches | 297 | 3.3 |

guardianofdecency | guardianofdecency | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | LA 3415 - NorthwesternEurope05; MIS; also available at UVa 12083 - Guardian of Decency | 45 | 6.3 |

reactivity | reactivity | 8.6c, NP-hard/C, special, E | verify if a HAMILTONIAN-PATH exists in the DAG; find one topological sort of the DAG; verify if it is the only one in li... | 280 | 4.0 |

01086 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6d, NP-hard/C, special, H | LA 4452 - WorldFinals Stockholm09; can be modeled as a 2-SAT problem | 0.0 | |

01096 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6d, NP-hard/C, special, H | LA 4791 - WorldFinals Harbin10; Bitonic TSP variant; print the actual path | 0.0 | |

01184 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6d, NP-hard/C, special, H | LA 2696 - Dhaka02; MPC on DAG ~ MCBM | 0.0 | |

01201 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6d, NP-hard/C, special, H | LA 3126 - NorthwesternEurope04; MPC on DAG; also available at Kattis - taxicab | 0.0 | |

01212 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6d, NP-hard/C, special, H | LA 3483 - Hangzhou05; MWIS on Bipartite Graph | 0.0 | |

01220 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6d, NP-hard/C, special, H | LA 3794 - Tehran06; Maximum Independent Set (MIS) problem on tree; DP; also check if the MIS is unique | 0.0 | |

10319 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6d, NP-hard/C, special, H | can be modeled as a 2-SAT problem | 0.0 | |

11294 | Fetching from uHunt | 8.6d, NP-hard/C, special, H | can be modeled as a 2-SAT problem; also available at Kattis - wedding | 0.0 | |

airports | airports | 8.6d, NP-hard/C, special, H | MIN-PATH-COVER; on DAG; MCBM | 92 | 6.4 |

eastereggs | eastereggs | 8.6d, NP-hard/C, special, H | BSTA; MAX-INDEPENDENT-SET on Bipartite Graph; V-MCBM | 82 | 5.2 |

ironcoal | ironcoal | 8.6d, NP-hard/C, special, H | STEINER-TREE with 3 terminal vertices and up to 1 Steiner point; SSSP on unweighted graph; BFS; similar to Kattis - jail... | 216 | 5.0 |

itcanbearranged | itcanbearranged | 8.6d, NP-hard/C, special, H | MIN-PATH-COVER; on DAG; weighted; Max Flow | 50 | 5.1 |

jailbreak | jailbreak | 8.6d, NP-hard/C, special, H | STEINER-TREE; grid; BFS from 3 vertices: 'outside' and 2 prisoners (open doors independently or meet a Steiner point fir... | 130 | 4.8 |

joggers | joggers | 8.6d, NP-hard/C, special, H | MIN-VERTEX-COVER on Tree; root tree at vertex 0; limit tree up to depth S/2 | 46 | 6.1 |

mafija | mafija | 8.6d, NP-hard/C, special, H | MAX-INDEPENDENT-SET; Special case: on Pseudoforest; use Greedy MIS; handle unvisited cycle separately | 100 | 3.7 |

ridofcoins | ridofcoins | 8.6d, NP-hard/C, special, H | not the minimizing COIN-CHANGE problem; but the maximizing one; greedy pruning; complete search on much smaller instance | 94 | 7.9 |

taxicab | taxicab | 8.6d, NP-hard/C, special, H | LA 3126 - NorthwesternEurope04; MPC on DAG; also available at UVa 01201 - Taxi Cab Scheme | 38 | 5.5 |

wedding | wedding | 8.6d, NP-hard/C, special, H | can be modeled as a 2-SAT problem; also available at UVa 11294 - Wedding | 36 | 6.7 |

01045 | Fetching from uHunt | 9.kuhn, Kuhn-Munkres | LA 3276 - WorldFinals Shanghai05; try all configurations; weighted matching; pick the best; Kuhn-Munkres | 0.0 | |

10746 | Fetching from uHunt | 9.kuhn, Kuhn-Munkres | min weighted bipartite matching | 0.0 | |

10888 | Fetching from uHunt | 9.kuhn, Kuhn-Munkres | BFS/SSSP; min weighted bipartite matching | 0.0 | |

11553 | Fetching from uHunt | 9.kuhn, Kuhn-Munkres | brute force; DP bitmask; or Hungarian | 0.0 | |

aqueducts | aqueducts | 9.kuhn, Kuhn-Munkres | build bipartite graph; weighted MCBM; Hungarian | 51 | 6.0 |

cheatingatwar | cheatingatwar | 9.kuhn, Kuhn-Munkres | build weighted bipartite graph K_{26,26}; L: Yraglac's card; R: Opponent's card; assign value: 2/1/0; weighted M... |
97 | 3.1 |

engaging | engaging | 9.kuhn, Kuhn-Munkres | LA 8437 - HoChiMinhCity17; Hungarian; print solution | 135 | 5.8 |

cheeseifyouplease | cheeseifyouplease | 9.line, Linear Programming | simple Linear Programming problem; use Simplex | 51 | 3.3 |

maximumrent | maximumrent | 9.line, Linear Programming | basic Linear Programming problem with integer output; we can use simplex algorithm or another simpler solution | 241 | 3.1 |