Why Learning Assembly Language Is Still a Good Idea
Subject:   O(n^2)? & powerpc learning material?
Date:   2004-05-11 15:26:10
From:   __b__e__n__
"going from an algorithm with O(n^2) performance to one with O(n^lg^n) performance"

could anyone explain what O(n^2) and O(n^lg^n) means, preferably in a very simple down to earth way please? i've seen O(n^2), or something very similar, in many things i've read and never known what it means. any explenation much appreciated.

xtra question: anyone know of any good powerpc assembly books / tutorials?


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  1. O(n^2)? & powerpc learning material?
    2004-05-14 04:06:42  CraigRinger [View]

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