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花花酱 LeetCode 1603. Design Parking System

Design a parking system for a parking lot. The parking lot has three kinds of parking spaces: big, medium, and small, with a fixed number of slots for each size.

Implement the ParkingSystem class:

  • ParkingSystem(int big, int medium, int small) Initializes object of the ParkingSystem class. The number of slots for each parking space are given as part of the constructor.
  • bool addCar(int carType) Checks whether there is a parking space of carType for the car that wants to get into the parking lot. carType can be of three kinds: big, medium, or small, which are represented by 12, and 3 respectively. A car can only park in a parking space of its carType. If there is no space available, return false, else park the car in that size space and return true.

Example 1:

Input
["ParkingSystem", "addCar", "addCar", "addCar", "addCar"]
[[1, 1, 0], [1], [2], [3], [1]]
Output
[null, true, true, false, false]

Explanation ParkingSystem parkingSystem = new ParkingSystem(1, 1, 0); parkingSystem.addCar(1); // return true because there is 1 available slot for a big car parkingSystem.addCar(2); // return true because there is 1 available slot for a medium car parkingSystem.addCar(3); // return false because there is no available slot for a small car parkingSystem.addCar(1); // return false because there is no available slot for a big car. It is already occupied.

Constraints:

  • 0 <= big, medium, small <= 1000
  • carType is 12, or 3
  • At most 1000 calls will be made to addCar

Solution: Simulation

Time complexity: O(1) per addCar call
Space complexity: O(1)

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花花酱 LeetCode 1472. Design Browser History

You have a browser of one tab where you start on the homepage and you can visit another url, get back in the history number of steps or move forward in the history number of steps.

Implement the BrowserHistory class:

  • BrowserHistory(string homepage) Initializes the object with the homepage of the browser.
  • void visit(string url) visits url from the current page. It clears up all the forward history.
  • string back(int steps) Move steps back in history. If you can only return x steps in the history and steps > x, you will return only x steps. Return the current url after moving back in history at most steps.
  • string forward(int steps) Move steps forward in history. If you can only forward x steps in the history and steps > x, you will forward only x steps. Return the current url after forwarding in history at most steps.

Example:

Input:
["BrowserHistory","visit","visit","visit","back","back","forward","visit","forward","back","back"]
[["leetcode.com"],["google.com"],["facebook.com"],["youtube.com"],[1],[1],[1],["linkedin.com"],[2],[2],[7]]
Output:
[null,null,null,null,"facebook.com","google.com","facebook.com",null,"linkedin.com","google.com","leetcode.com"]

Explanation: BrowserHistory browserHistory = new BrowserHistory("leetcode.com"); browserHistory.visit("google.com"); // You are in "leetcode.com". Visit "google.com" browserHistory.visit("facebook.com"); // You are in "google.com". Visit "facebook.com" browserHistory.visit("youtube.com"); // You are in "facebook.com". Visit "youtube.com" browserHistory.back(1); // You are in "youtube.com", move back to "facebook.com" return "facebook.com" browserHistory.back(1); // You are in "facebook.com", move back to "google.com" return "google.com" browserHistory.forward(1); // You are in "google.com", move forward to "facebook.com" return "facebook.com" browserHistory.visit("linkedin.com"); // You are in "facebook.com". Visit "linkedin.com" browserHistory.forward(2); // You are in "linkedin.com", you cannot move forward any steps. browserHistory.back(2); // You are in "linkedin.com", move back two steps to "facebook.com" then to "google.com". return "google.com" browserHistory.back(7); // You are in "google.com", you can move back only one step to "leetcode.com". return "leetcode.com"

Constraints:

  • 1 <= homepage.length <= 20
  • 1 <= url.length <= 20
  • 1 <= steps <= 100
  • homepage and url consist of  ‘.’ or lower case English letters.
  • At most 5000 calls will be made to visitback, and forward.

Solution: Vector

Time complexity:
visit: Amortized O(1)
back: O(1)
forward: O(1)

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花花酱 LeetCode 1396. Design Underground System

Implement the class UndergroundSystem that supports three methods:

1. checkIn(int id, string stationName, int t)

  • A customer with id card equal to id, gets in the station stationName at time t.
  • A customer can only be checked into one place at a time.

2. checkOut(int id, string stationName, int t)

  • A customer with id card equal to id, gets out from the station stationName at time t.

3. getAverageTime(string startStation, string endStation) 

  • Returns the average time to travel between the startStation and the endStation.
  • The average time is computed from all the previous traveling from startStation to endStation that happened directly.
  • Call to getAverageTime is always valid.

You can assume all calls to checkIn and checkOut methods are consistent. That is, if a customer gets in at time t1 at some station, then it gets out at time t2 with t2 > t1. All events happen in chronological order.

Example 1:

Input
["UndergroundSystem","checkIn","checkIn","checkIn","checkOut","checkOut","checkOut","getAverageTime","getAverageTime","checkIn","getAverageTime","checkOut","getAverageTime"]
[[],[45,"Leyton",3],[32,"Paradise",8],[27,"Leyton",10],[45,"Waterloo",15],[27,"Waterloo",20],[32,"Cambridge",22],["Paradise","Cambridge"],["Leyton","Waterloo"],[10,"Leyton",24],["Leyton","Waterloo"],[10,"Waterloo",38],["Leyton","Waterloo"]]

Output
[null,null,null,null,null,null,null,14.0,11.0,null,11.0,null,12.0]

Explanation
UndergroundSystem undergroundSystem = new UndergroundSystem();
undergroundSystem.checkIn(45, "Leyton", 3);
undergroundSystem.checkIn(32, "Paradise", 8);
undergroundSystem.checkIn(27, "Leyton", 10);
undergroundSystem.checkOut(45, "Waterloo", 15);
undergroundSystem.checkOut(27, "Waterloo", 20);
undergroundSystem.checkOut(32, "Cambridge", 22);
undergroundSystem.getAverageTime("Paradise", "Cambridge");       // return 14.0. There was only one travel from "Paradise" (at time 8) to "Cambridge" (at time 22)
undergroundSystem.getAverageTime("Leyton", "Waterloo");          // return 11.0. There were two travels from "Leyton" to "Waterloo", a customer with id=45 from time=3 to time=15 and a customer with id=27 from time=10 to time=20. So the average time is ( (15-3) + (20-10) ) / 2 = 11.0
undergroundSystem.checkIn(10, "Leyton", 24);
undergroundSystem.getAverageTime("Leyton", "Waterloo");          // return 11.0
undergroundSystem.checkOut(10, "Waterloo", 38);
undergroundSystem.getAverageTime("Leyton", "Waterloo");          // return 12.0

Constraints:

  • There will be at most 20000 operations.
  • 1 <= id, t <= 10^6
  • All strings consist of uppercase, lowercase English letters and digits.
  • 1 <= stationName.length <= 10
  • Answers within 10^-5 of the actual value will be accepted as correct.

Solution: Hashtable

For each user, store the checkin station and time.
For each trip (startStation + “_” + endStation), store the total time and counts.

Time complexity: O(n)
Space complexity: O(n)

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花花酱 LeetCode 355. Design Twitter

Design a simplified version of Twitter where users can post tweets, follow/unfollow another user and is able to see the 10 most recent tweets in the user’s news feed. Your design should support the following methods:

  1. postTweet(userId, tweetId): Compose a new tweet.
  2. getNewsFeed(userId): Retrieve the 10 most recent tweet ids in the user’s news feed. Each item in the news feed must be posted by users who the user followed or by the user herself. Tweets must be ordered from most recent to least recent.
  3. follow(followerId, followeeId): Follower follows a followee.
  4. unfollow(followerId, followeeId): Follower unfollows a followee.

Example:

Twitter twitter = new Twitter();

// User 1 posts a new tweet (id = 5).
twitter.postTweet(1, 5);

// User 1's news feed should return a list with 1 tweet id -> [5].
twitter.getNewsFeed(1);

// User 1 follows user 2.
twitter.follow(1, 2);

// User 2 posts a new tweet (id = 6).
twitter.postTweet(2, 6);

// User 1's news feed should return a list with 2 tweet ids -> [6, 5].
// Tweet id 6 should precede tweet id 5 because it is posted after tweet id 5.
twitter.getNewsFeed(1);

// User 1 unfollows user 2.
twitter.unfollow(1, 2);

// User 1's news feed should return a list with 1 tweet id -> [5],
// since user 1 is no longer following user 2.
twitter.getNewsFeed(1);

Solution: hashtables

Time complexity:
postTweet O(1)
follow O(1)
unfollow O(1)
getNewsFeed O(nlogn)

Space complexity: O(n)

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花花酱 LeetCode 1146. Snapshot Array

Implement a SnapshotArray that supports the following interface:

  • SnapshotArray(int length) initializes an array-like data structure with the given length.  Initially, each element equals 0.
  • void set(index, val) sets the element at the given index to be equal to val.
  • int snap() takes a snapshot of the array and returns the snap_id: the total number of times we called snap() minus 1.
  • int get(index, snap_id) returns the value at the given index, at the time we took the snapshot with the given snap_id

Example 1:

Input: ["SnapshotArray","set","snap","set","get"]
[[3],[0,5],[],[0,6],[0,0]]
Output: [null,null,0,null,5]
Explanation: 
SnapshotArray snapshotArr = new SnapshotArray(3); // set the length to be 3
snapshotArr.set(0,5);  // Set array[0] = 5
snapshotArr.snap();  // Take a snapshot, return snap_id = 0
snapshotArr.set(0,6);
snapshotArr.get(0,0);  // Get the value of array[0] with snap_id = 0, return 5

Constraints:

  • 1 <= length <= 50000
  • At most 50000 calls will be made to setsnap, and get.
  • 0 <= index < length
  • 0 <= snap_id < (the total number of times we call snap())
  • 0 <= val <= 10^9

Solution: map + upper_bound

Use a vector to store maps, one map per element.
The map stores {snap_id -> val}, use upper_bound to find the first version > snap_id and use previous version’s value.

Time complexity:
Set: O(log|snap_id|)
Get: O(log|snap_id|)
Snap: O(1)
Space complexity: O(length + set_calls)

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