- 题目提供者 FarmerJohn2
- 评测方式 云端评测
- 标签 动态规划,动规,dp 枚举,暴力 桶排 USACO 2009
- 难度 提高+/省选-
- 时空限制 1000ms / 128MB
Farmer John wants to take Bessie skiing in Colorado. Sadly, Bessie is not really a very good skier.
Bessie has learned that the ski resort is offering S (0 <= S <= 100) ski classes throughout the day. Lesson i starts at time M_i (1 <= M_i <= 10,000) and lasts for time L_i (1 <= L_i <= 10,000). After lesson i, Bessie's ski ability becomes A_i (1 <= A_i <= 100). Note: this ability is an absolute, not an incremental change.
Bessie has purchased a map which shows all N (1 <= N <= 10,000) ski slopes along with the time D_i (1 <= D_i <= 10,000) required to ski down slope i and the skill level C_i (1 <= C_i <= 100) required to get down the slope safely. Bessie's skill level must be greater than or equal to the skill level of the slope in order for her to ski down it.
Bessie can devote her time to skiing, taking lessons, or sipping hot cocoa but must leave the ski resort by time T (1 <= T <= 10,000), and that means she must complete the descent of her last slope without exceeding that time limit.
Find the maximum number of runs Bessie can complete within the time limit. She starts the day at skill level 1.
Extra feedback will be provided on the first 50 submissions.
Farmer John 想要带着 Bessie 一起在科罗拉多州一起滑雪。很不幸，Bessie滑雪技术并不精湛。 Bessie了解到，在滑雪场里，每天会提供S(0<=S<=100)门滑雪课。第i节课始于M_i(1<=M_i<=10000),上的时间为L_i(1<=L_i<=10000)。
Bessie买了一张地图，地图上显示了N(1 <= N <= 10,000)个可供滑雪的斜坡，从第i个斜坡的顶端滑至底部所需的时长D_i(1<=D_i<=10000)，以及每个斜坡所需要的滑雪能力C_i(1<=C_i<=100)，以保证滑雪的安全性。Bessie的能力必须大于等于这个等级，以使得她能够安全滑下。
* Line 1: Three space-separated integers: T, S, and N
* Lines 2..S+1: Line i+1 describes ski lesson i with three
space-separated integers: M_i, L_i, and A_i
* Lines S+2..S+N+1: Line S+i+1 describes ski slope i with two
space-separated integers: C_i and D_i.输出格式：
A single integer on a line by itself, the maximum number of runs that Bessie may ski within the time limit.
Ski the second slope once, take the lesson, and ski the first slope 5 times before time is up: a total of 6 slopes.