http://poj.org/problem?id=2385

need help in this problem.I am able to solve the problem by heap.But Unable by Dynamic Programming

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http://poj.org/problem?id=2385

need help in this problem.I am able to solve the problem by heap.But Unable by Dynamic Programming

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You know, some Chinese symbols and "Peking University" doesn't quite indicate it is Polish Online Judge :p

can you tell the answer?

dp[i][j][k] = the maximum number of apples she could eat in the first i minutes, if the she's standing right now under the tree k and so far she has moved j times. You can easily build the dp in a forward manner by going from state (i, j, k) to state (i + 1, j + (k != p), p) with value dp[i][j][k] +(place_where_the_apple_falls[i] == k) where p is the place she'll be at in the (i+1)th minute. k and p only take values 1 and 2, j is up to W (about 30) and i up to N.

How did you solve it with a heap?