Hello friends today we will study what is randomized algorithm or what do you mean by random algorithms as we’ve seen regular algorithms follow a simple step where we have predefined set of inputs and a required output so any such algorithm which has a predefined input and the required output and follow a suggested step that is those are the prescribed sets which have to be followed then those algorithms are known as deterministic algorithm now what are Deterministic algorithm let’s see a little graphically matters if we have an input and that input is applied to any definite set of rules that is those rules those algorithms those steps are fixed that is the algorithm part of it then what we get is a required or a definite output this is a regular flow graph for a deterministic algorithm now this is given in a statement that the output or the running time are the functions of input we define these algorithms we design these algorithms that for this particular specified input this is a desired output there is nothing new that comes into picture when I use a given algorithm now what happens when this deterministic algorithms has changed or introduced with some random variables then comes into picture is a randomized algorithm now what happens in a randomized algorithm we have the input but in the algorithm part we introduced something known as random bit random bet is a bet which is generated by itself by an algorithm which is designed to produce random numbers or random inputs so that gets added to your input and changes the nature or the required output so it is defined as the output or the running time are functions of input with the random bit chosen now why do we need a random algorithm what happens is a randomized algorithm for any problem is usually simpler and more efficient than deterministic algorithm now how do we say this let’s take an example for the different types of randomized algorithm but before that we will have a look the names of a randomized algorithm the names of randomized algorithms are the first one is a Las Vegas algorithm now what does it do it has a significance that its output is always correct and a running time is a random variable and the third one which says that when my running time is on random variable for the Las Vegas algorithm the output is always correct and an example of it is randomized quicksort the probability or the running time for the quicksort exceeds twice as the expected time and it is less than n raised to the power of minus log log n so we see how much it is reduced and the second one is a randomized Monte Carlo algorithm it is little inefficient then we can say not that inefficient but it is little less efficient than the Las Vegas as the output may be incorrect with some probability and the running time is deterministic so the example is the randomized algorithm for approximate median now let’s take an example for sorting now deterministic algorithms for sorting are the heapsort and the mall shot what happens in a heap sort where I have a list of numbers I just create a normal heap of sorting that is a cluster of sorting and in merge sort I use divide and conquer now when I apply a randomized algorithm which is a randomized Las Vegas algorithm the sort which is implemented using it is a quicksort now what happens a randomized quicksort is always better or it always outperforms the heap sort and the merge sort now what is a minimum cut which is implemented using the randomized algorithm given a connected graph that is graph G with vertex and edges on n vertex and images compute the smallest set of edges that will make G disconnected that can be considered for any graph the best deterministic algorithm is store and Wagner in 1997 which was a time complexity of Big O MN and the randomized Monte Carlo algorithm by kaga 1993 has a time complexity of Big O M log n it shows that randomized Monte Carlo algorithm performs better than the deterministic algorithm but the probability in the mind Monte Carlo algorithm is n raised to the power of minus C and minus C is the putt that we require in a minimum cut algorithm now what is primality testing now what happens is giving a bit integer determine whether it is prime or not so what happens is the applications what happened using this is an RSA cryptosystem and algebric algorithm so the best deterministic algorithm for this is al Agarwal Al and Saxena in 2002 with a complexity of Big O n raised to the power of 6 and the randomized Monte Carlo algorithm by Robin in 1980 gives us a time complexity of Big O K n square we see that all the deterministic algorithms have higher time complexity then the randomized algorithms so it proves that randomized bit when added to any input sequence gives us or outperforms in the output an time complexity for determining a best result thank you

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