• Describe what you did. This final week I learned a little bit more about NP-Completeness and also looked into impossible problems like the halting problem. For the discussion post, I needed to explain what the halting problem is and what benefits it provides in the analysis of algorithms. Additionally, I began preparing for the end of the course by completing the course evaluation, studying my notes, and reviewing each unit’s learning guides and quizzes. • Describe your reactions to what you did. I actually read about several of these topics last week because the reading assignment outline did not seem to cover the entirety of the topics that were intended to be covered by the learning guide. I wasn’t particularly surprised by any of the new aspects of them that I learned about this week. The halting problem is …show more content…
Discuss how they were helpful. It is early in the week yet when I’m preparing this journal and I have not received any feedback on my prior week’s learning journal or my discussion post for this week. There was not an assignment in unit 7, so there has been no feedback there either. • Describe your feelings and attitudes. This has been a challenging course overall. However, I feel like I’ve grasped the majority, if not all, the topics we have covered. While I may not be a master on the subject matter, yet, I feel that I am at least meeting the requirements expected for the course. I’ll see if this is reflected when I take the review exam later in the week. • Describe what you learned. While much of this course covered learning methods of most efficiently performing certain tasks, these last two weeks have been focused on being able to identify if you have most efficiently implemented such an algorithm. The skill I’ve learned this week is to determine when improvements have, very likely, reached their maximum and how to show that they have. • What surprised me or caused me to
On Monday, 02/01/2016, at approximately 18:48 hours, I, Deputy Stacy Stark #1815 was dispatched to handle a telephone report for Identity Theft. I returned a telephone call to the victim, Lisa A. Gross (F/W, DOB: 08/12/1962). Gross lives at 1617 Camp Creek Murphysboro, IL 62966.
The human body is everything that makes up, well, you. The basic parts of the human body are the head, neck, torso, arms, and legs. Our bodies consist of a number of biological systems that carry out specific functions necessary for everyday living. The following paragraphs are going to explain the functions of two different body systems.
Application Virtualization: Application virtualization conveys an application that is facilitated on a solitary machine to a substantial number of clients. The application can be arranged in the cloud on high-review virtual machines be that as it may, in light of the fact that a substantial number of clients get to it, its expenses are some common by those clients.
From 2011 and onward, my family had fallen into bankruptcy for paying out of pocket for my older brother’s medical expenses and surgery costs due to his diagnosis of heart failure. In 2013, when I took the standardized ACT exam two times, I scored both times an 18 which was below my university’s 2014 entering freshmen class’s composite score average of 24.5 (copy of score report is attached). Furthermore, upon taking the LSAT two times with over four months of self-studying for the September exam, I scored first a 141, and a 140 on my last attempt. When taking both examinations, I have not been able to afford tutoring pertaining to the exams or a preparation course. Although I have worked numerous jobs during the past few years in college,
In design of user interface, input controls are an essential element of any type and permits clients to execute different functions to make sure that input data is accurate, protected and complete. Data input controls make sure suitability, comprehensiveness, and accuracy of data throughout its transformation into application of computer or into data of a computer from its actual source. Both scheduled automated processing and manual online input may be used for penetration of data into an application of computer from. The designer of input control must define the satisfactoriness of both and manual controls over input of data to make sure that data is input correctly with most favorable exercise of computerized editing and validation and that procedures of error handling helps the accurate and timely resubmission of all approved data. Audit and Management Advisory Services educate clients that edits of input should be employed with a computer or form application, these input edits range from checks for unacceptable characters, invalid
In the beginning of this semester, English 1302 seemed as though it would be the subject that would be the toughest for me to pass. The pace, the work load and everything in between seemed overwhelming for me. As time proceeded to pass, the course didn’t seem as overpowering. By taking the work one step at a time, it simply became another step to achieve the overall goal of this first half of the semester. I have made improvements as well as learned lessons from my mistakes made along the way.
The “Who am I?” Project is a series of writing assignments that are all about you! This is designed to give you an opportunity to talk about who you are and where you come from as well as where you hope to take your life in the future. You will have plenty of opportunity to express yourself creatively so have fun with it! This is a great opportunity for you to introduce yourself to your classmates and teacher. You have options on how you put your project together. You can simply use a report cover to neatly bind your writing assignments together, or you can go as far as designing this project like a scrapbook! Feel free to decorate your pages with photos, clip art, clippings, and even drawings. Do your best on this
The teacher will review with the whole class that living things must be able to move, grow, and reproduce and nonliving things cannot. She will then ask if any students still have questions and answer any questions they may have. The students will take a computerized multiplication test to assess their mastery (McCarty, Living nonliving assessment, 2015).
In conclusion, these past few weeks have been both rewarding and challenging. The one aspect I have enjoyed about this class is gaining new knowledge and expanding on what I already knew. The most difficult aspect was not being in a physical classroom with my peers and professors. My expectations of online learning included getting a quality education and a challenge. My expectations were not met because I have only been a part of the Ashford online community for five weeks. However, I am very hopeful this will change as I continue on this
Since the first day of this course, I learned new things every week that I hadn't learned before such as how to use APA style of citations, How to write a thesis and how to differentiate between the strong and weak source. I've made many mistakes with my assignments, so I will do my best to avoid them and will work to improve my skills by reading more in English. The most things I loved are writing an essay and the reading assignments as it helped me develop my critical thinking and reading, and substantive response. I will try to apply all these moral lessons I learned during reading assignments to my life.
I would especially like to thank you, Professor Belz for your instruction and guidance throughout this course. Not only has this class helped me in just composition, but it has given me the confidence to work harder in my future courses. The first time we ever do something, it can seem scary and impossible, but as we move forward day by day, our confidence grows as we discover how to do things better. Now that this course is over, I know that I am one step closer to my ultimate goal and that this will give me the courage to keep going even when I feel like quitting and giving