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Fast algorithm for finding common elements of two sorted lists
Suppose I have two lists of N 3 by 3 vectors of integers. I need to find a quick way (say of running time at most N^(1+epsilon)) to find the vectors of the first list that have the same 1st ...
Jun 1 '11 at 21:30
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