?45E Run the algorithm from Exercise 44 on the input given in Exercise 42. An approximation algorithm tor an optimization problem produces a solution guaranteed to be close to an optimal solution. More precisely, suppose that the optimization problem asks for an input ?S that minimizes ?F?(?X?) where ?F is some function of the input ?X?. If an algorithm always finds an input ?T with ?F?(?T?) ? ?cF?(?S?) where ?c is a fixed positive real number, the algorithm is called a ?c?-approximation algorithm for the problem.

09.20_Reading Monday, September 19, 2016 9:34 PM Skip 4.3.5* Introduction: Attention • Defining attention ○ Taking possession by the mind, in clear/vivid form, of one out of what seem several simultaneously possible objects or trains of thought ○ In essence, composed on focalization (concentration of consciousness). ○ Cognitive science says "attend to" meaning "pay attention " 4.1: Multiple Meanings of Attention Report six ways of describing attention • Six meanings of attention as described in book, Table 4-‐1: Input attention