Solve using greedy algorithm
1. a precise description of the algorithm and, if helpful,pseudocode,
2. a proof of correctness,
3. an analysis of running time and space.
Consider this logic puzzle: If Mr. Smith has a dog, then Mrs. Brown has a cat. If Mr. Jones has a dog, then he has a cat too If Mr. Smith has a dog and Mr. Jones has a cat, then Mrs. Peacock has a dog. If Mrs. Brown and Mr. Jones share a pet of the same species, then Mr. Smith has a cat All the men have dogs What can we say about who has what kind of pet? We can encode the problem as Boolean variables. We write s, j. b, p for Boolean variables that are true if Smith, Jones, Brown, or Peacock respectively have a dog, and s, 3, B, P for Boolean variables that are true if they have a cat. The puzzle can then be exressed as the following ogical formula: (s) A A formula that is a conjunction of implications in which no variable is complemented is called a Horn formula. To solve the puzzle, we need to find a satisfying truth assignment for the variables in the formula. While the problem of Boolean Satisfability (SAT) is in general intractable, Boolean satisfiability for Horn clauses – HornSAT-can be solved in linear time using a greedy algorithm Show transcribed image text