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Dynamic Programming via Static Incrementalization

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Dynamic Programming via Static Incrementalization
Abstract. Dynamicprogramming is an importantalgorithm design technique. It is used for solving problems whose solutions involve recursively solving subproblems that share subsubproblems. While a straightforward recursive program solves common subsubproblems repeatedly and often takes exponential time, a dynamic programming algorithm solves every subsubproblem just once, saves the result, reuses it when the subsubproblem is encountered again, and takes polynomial time. This paper describes a systematic method for transforming programs written as straightforward recursions into programs that use dynamic programming. The method extends the original program to cache all possibly computed values, incrementalizes the extended program with respect to an input increment to use and maintain all cached results, prunes out cached results that are not used in the incremental computation, and uses the resulting incremental program to form an optimized new program. Incrementalization statically expl...
Yanhong A. Liu, Scott D. Stoller
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Type Conference
Year 1999
Where ESOP
Authors Yanhong A. Liu, Scott D. Stoller
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