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You've learned the basic algorithms now and are ready to step into the area of more complex problems and algorithms to solve them. Advanced algorithms build upon basic ones and use new ideas. We will start with networks flows which are used in more typical applications such as optimal matchings, finding disjoint paths and flight scheduling as well as more surprising ones like image segmentation in computer vision. We then proceed to linear programming with applications in optimizing budget allocation, portfolio optimization, finding the cheapest diet satisfying all requirements and many others. Next we discuss inherently hard problems for which no exact good solutions are known (and not likely to be found) and how to solve them in practice. We finish with a soft introduction to streaming algorithms that are heavily used in Big Data processing. Such algorithms are usually designed to be able to process huge datasets without being able even to store a dataset....

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EM

Jan 04, 2018

As usual, complex arguments explained in simple terms!\n\nSome problems are really tough! (e.g. there's a problem from Google Code Jam).\n\nThank you for this course!

CS

Aug 26, 2019

Very Very Challenging Course , it test your patience and rewards is extremely satisfying. Lot of learning on a complicated subject of NP-Hard problems.

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von Hidetake T

Aug 15, 2019

This course is very difficult. Possible to pass programming assignments only after finishing previous courses.

von Tamas S

Jun 08, 2019

Very good collection of advanced topics, even useful for the 6th course in the specialization!

von Quynh V

Sep 15, 2019

I am not good in this course. But I'm always try the best! Awesome course, thank you so much!

von Vedant B K

Apr 04, 2020

It has been a great experience learning with coursera !!!

von Prathmesh S J

May 22, 2020

Most Difficult Course but It develops mankind Power

von b s v

Oct 19, 2017

Need more test cases for assignments.

von Raunak N

Jul 31, 2018

this course gave me hell of a time

von Ayran T O

Sep 12, 2019

Very difficult but challenging!

von Shaashwat A

Apr 09, 2019

amazing course well detailed

von Arjun N

Mar 13, 2018

Amazing set of problems.

von Lie C

Jul 11, 2018

hard coursers, but good

von Pradyumn A

May 28, 2017

Indeed a great course!

von Archak D

Apr 11, 2019

VERY GOOD KNOWLEDGE.

von Mahmmoud M

Dec 27, 2019

Very helpful

Thanks

von Padmakumar N

Aug 05, 2017

Very good course

von Aman A

Jul 14, 2018

Challenging!

von Xi Y

Feb 16, 2017

illuminative

von Akash k y

Jun 10, 2019

Best course

von Chin J C

Nov 06, 2018

really hard

von Ştefan B

Mar 08, 2017

Nice one.

von ritik r

Mar 29, 2019

SUPER

von Liu Y

Dec 17, 2017

Great

von RAHUL B

Mar 14, 2019

GOOD

von SHREYAS S

Mar 27, 2019

aa

von Greg G

Apr 03, 2020

An incredibly challenging course with a lot of juicy content. Builds heavily on previous courses in the Data Structures and Algorihms specialization such as hashing, graph searching, data structures, stress testing, algorithmic complexity etc. But given you completed those, you already know how to solve such problems, and it's rewarding to see all the pieces working as you put them together. Also, this course requires some additional maths knowledge such as linear algebra, logic and probability theory. All in all, the "advanced" attribute fits well.

Assignments are wildly varying in difficulty - completing one took me 3 days, another was done in just 30 minutes. They were mostly fine (except for the simplex linear programming solver which I haven't even attempted) and forums were very useful for guidance.

The videos themselves are usually okay, the only seriously lacking area is the linear programming week with Daniel Kane. LP (a fundamental subject in computer science) in itself could fill a whole course, but simply put, his explanations and examples fell short, it was very hard to understand them. So refer to the additional readings there if you are interested. On the other hand, the rest of the course is nice.

Week 1 (flow networks) with Daniel was also kind of hard, but not impossible to understand. Alexander Kulikov's 2 weeks on NP-completeness are the high mark of the course, with engaging and clear explanations. Michael Kapralov's optional 'heavy hitters problem' videos are also interesting and pretty well explained.