Huffman Coding

trieAs I have mentioned in a previous blog, it is very important to reduce as much as possible distractions (i.e., email, phone, texting) while at work and to dedicate a percentage (i.e., 10% to 15%) of your daily workday to learn something. On occasions I decide to learn a new technology (e.g., Spring). Sometimes I decide to spend time polishing on topics I know (e.g., Java) while sometimes I need to refresh concepts (e.g., Huffman Codes and Tries) that I learned in school but seldom use at work. Continue reading “Huffman Coding”