4.1-3 Suppose that instead of partitioning matrices by index calculation in MATRIX- MULTIPLY-RECURSIVE, you copy the appropriate elements of…

4.1-3 Suppose that instead of partitioning matrices by index calculation in MATRIX- MULTIPLY-RECURSIVE, you copy the appropriate elements of…

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4.1-3
Suppose that instead of partitioning matrices by index calculation in MATRIX-
MULTIPLY-RECURSIVE, you copy the appropriate elements of A, B, and C into
separate n/2 x n/2 submatrices A11, A12, A21, A22; B11, B12, B21, B22; and C11,
C12, C21, C22, respectively. After the recursive calls, you copy the results from C11,
C12, C21, and C22 back into the appropriate places in C. How does recurrence (4.9)
change, and what is its solution?

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In the MATRIX MULTIPLY RECURSIVE algorithm described in the question if you partition matrices A B a
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