Be ready for dynamic programming coding interview by learning how to handle practically any form of dynamic programming
What you’ll learn
- Master the art of dynamic programming
- Step by step approach to solve any Dynamic Programming problem.
- How to use the bottom-up approach of dynamic programming (Tabulation)
- How to use the top-down approach of dynamic programming (Memoization)
- How to solve almost any dynamic programming problem
- Fundamental Knowledge of Programming Language
- A Computer or Laptop with Internet Connections
Welcome to this course – “Dynamic Programming Algorithms”.
Do you feel up to speed with data structures and algorithms but frequently get stuck when solving dynamic programming problem? The Dynamic Programming Algorithms Course is now available for everyone, helping you to learn the critical Dynamic Programming Concepts and advance for competitive coding and interviews.
An effective algorithmic technique used in computer programming is called dynamic programming, and it is used to solve a class of problems with overlapping subproblems and optimal substructure properties.
Any problem’s solutions can be kept for later use if they can be broken down into smaller subproblems, which can then be broken down into even smaller subproblems, and if there is overlap between the subproblems. In this approach, utilising dynamic programming, algorithms can be enhanced and many issues can be optimised.
One of the most significant and potent algorithmic strategies that can be used to tackle a variety of computational problems is dynamic programming. It’s an essential skill to acquire to improve your algorithmic and problem-solving abilities.
But many students struggle to comprehend dynamic programming and use it to solve issues; if this describes you, then this course is perfect for you!
Practice problems are:
#1 — Fibonacci number
#2 — Climbing Stairs
#3 — House Robber
#4 — Decode Ways
#5 — Longest Common Subsequence
#6 — 0/1 Knapsack Problem
#7 — Target sum
#8 — Partion Equal Subset Sum
#9 — Count Number of Subsets
#10 — Coin Change
#11 — Coin Change ii
#12 — Word Break
#13 — Regular Expression Matching
Who this course is for:
- Computer Science students
- Anyone preparing for coding interviews
- Software engineers
- Competitive programmers