Discrete Data Structures Essays

  • COP 3530, Discrete Data Structures and Algorithms, Summer 1999, Homework 6

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    Class Notes: Data Structures and Algorithms Summer-C Semester 1999 - M WRF 2nd Period CSE/E119, Section 7344 Homework #6 -- Due Fri 09 July 1999 : 09.30am In class, we discussed AVL trees, binary search trees, and the breadth-first and depth-first search (BFS and DFS) algorithms for graph or tree traversal. The purpose of this homework is to exercise your knowledge and develop skills you will need for the exams and for Projects 4 and 5. Use your class notes and the text (Chapter 12) as a guide

  • COP 3530, Discrete Data Structures and Algorithms, Summer 1999, Homework 1

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    Class Notes: Data Structures and Algorithms Summer-C Semester 1999 - M WRF 2nd Period CSE/E119, Section 7344 Homework #1 -- Solutions (in blue type) Note: There have been many questions about this homework assignment. Thus, clarifications are posted below in red type. When you answer these questions, bear in mind that each one only counts four points out of 1000 total points for the course. Thus, each one should have a concise answer. No need to write a dissertation. * Question 1. Suppose

  • COP 3530, Discrete Data Structures and Algorithms, Summer 1999, Homework 2

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    Class Notes: Data Structures and Algorithms Summer-C Semester 1999 - M WRF 2nd Period CSE/E119, Section 7344 Homework #2 -- Due Fri 28 May 1999 : 09.30am * Question 1. Assume that an n-element array (vector) a contains distinct integers arranged in no particular order. Write an algorithm to find the value and location of (a) the mean of a and (b) the value v in a closest to the mean. Note: If v equals the mean, then v is the value closest to the mean. Example. If a = (1,2,3,5,4,6,7,9),

  • COP 3530, Discrete Data Structures and Algorithms, Summer 1999, Homework 4

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    Class Notes: Data Structures and Algorithms Summer-C Semester 1999 - M WRF 2nd Period CSE/E119, Section 7344 Homework #4 -- Due Wed 16 June 1999 : 09.30am -- Answer Key Answers are in blue typeface. * Question 1. Write pseudocode and a diagram that shows how to implement the merge part of the merge-sort algorithm using two stacks (one for each subsequence), and be sure to use the correct ADT operations for stacks. Do not write Java code, or pseudocode for merge-sort. Answer: 1. Put

  • Making Utilities for MS-DOS

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    for it. And this is a violation of the Antitrust Law. And now I start having a suspicion that this is happening with Microsoft's operating systems. It should be no secret to anyone that MS-DOS contains a lot of undocumented system calls, data structures and other features. Numerous books have been written on this subject (see bibliography). Many of them are vital to system programming. There is no way to write a piece of system software, such as a multitasker, a local area network, or another

  • The Evolution of C++ as a Programming Language

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    The Evolution of C++ as a Programming Language C++ is a very useful programming language. Many educational curriculums will include either C or C++ as the tool entry-level programmers will use to learn the syntax, semantics, and data structures key to effective programming that is required of computer scientists. C++ is such a diverse language, one cannot help but wonder how it became the popular language it is today, and this paper is going to demonstrate just that. Introduction to CPL

  • My magical visit

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    My Magical Visit I remember the visit like it was yesterday. The year was 1990, and it was the month of June. I hadn’t been off for more than two weeks, and I was bored out of my mind. It really takes a lot to keep a seven year old busy. That’s when it happened. My dad told me that tomorrow we would be going to visit somewhere special. He told me that he also visited this place when he was a kid. I remember the night before we left, I couldn’t sleep at all. That somewhere special was his family’s

  • Raymond Carver's Boxes

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    Raymond Carver's Boxes There are many types of relationships, though all are complicated and both parties of the relationship must bend over backward for one another. In Boxes, Carver shows how difficult it is for the son to cope with bringing closure to his mother’s relationship though he still loves her. The mother moves to be near her son; however, she starts packing to move again a while later; not finding the relationship she once had with her son. Through the short story “Boxes,” Raymond Carver

  • Personal Narrative: Mission Trips And Dancing

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    Mission Trips and Dancing On Sunday evening, I was supposed to fly to Lexington, Kentucky. However, the flight oversold, and we had no back up plan for how I was going to get to Mission Trip. Then my mom quickly searched flights, and we decided we would fly to Atlanta, and drive overnight in order to get me there in time. So we ran from the American terminal across the airport to the Delta terminal, scheduled a rental car, and prayed everything would work out. Luckily, it did. We got first class

  • Discrete Mathematics Algorithm

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    Discrete Mathematics is very much real world Mathematics. In nowadays discrete Mathematics is one of the core components of Mathematics at the undergraduate level. This branch of Mathematics is very useful for people to understand and have a background in Computing Science like algorithms and programming in computing. There is a big question set about the combination of Mathematics and Computing Science. The answer can be withdrawn from the fact that digital computers, referred to hereafter simply

  • Definition Of Descriptive Statistics

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    Statistics Statistics can be defined as the scientific study of numerical data based on variation in nature. It deals with the collection, compilation, presentation, analysis and interpretation of numerical data. Biometry Biometry is concerned with the application of statistical methods to the solution of biological problems. Population In statistics we concentrate on the collection of values of the characteristic, or record of a qualitative trait, evaluated for each unit in the population. We

  • Optimization

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    Extensive ranges of mathematical programming methods with higher potentials are available for solving wide varieties of engineering optimization especially for structural design problems. These practical structural optimization problems considers discrete mathematic... ... middle of paper ... ...ciated with its parallel processing capability. To solve optimization problems, neural computing techniques have been adopted in the recent past. A neural network is a massively parallel network of interconnected

  • Wavelet Analysis Essay

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    satisfy certain mathematical requirements and are used in on behalf of data or other functions. Wavelet is a waveform of effectively limited time that has an average value of zero. This wave in itself refers to the situation that this function is oscillatory. And Wavelet analysis technique has the ability to perform local analysis. It can analyze a localized area of a larger signal. Wavelet analysis is capable of revealing aspects of data that other signal analysis methods miss aspects like trends, breakdown

  • Database Management and Information Retrieval Systems

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    a large set of structured data. Information Retrieval System is an activity that will obtain information resources that has been saved in database. The data need to be saved in database so that user can access the database anytime they want. This system often use in the library for searching books or in other department for use in searching data. Database management system often used in large company, however not only with large amount of data, a small amount of data can also be saved in database

  • a

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    FUNCTIONALITIES DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SYSTEM Database handles with structured data by using well defined formal language for data manipulation. Information Retrieval deal with unstructured data without a well-defined logical schematic. Database have fixed schema driven in some data model such as relational model. Information Retrieval has no fixed schema and has various data models such as vector space model. Database uses structured query model. Information Retrieval uses free-form

  • Image Digitalization And Image Digitization

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    1.4.1. Image Digitization An image captured by a sensor is expressed as a continuous function f(x,y) of two co-ordinates in the plane. In Image digitization the function f(x,y) is sampled into a matrix with n columns and m rows. An integer value is assigns to each continuous sample in the image quantization. The continuous range of the image function f(x,y) is split into k intervals. When finer the sampling (i.e. the larger m and n) and quantization (the larger k) the better the approximation of

  • Method Of Modified Discrete Cosine Transform (MDCT)

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    Abstract: Modified Discrete Cosine Transform (MDCT) is a modified form of Discrete Cosine Transform which ensures 50% overlapping of the segments. It is most widely used in audio coding, audio compression and audio signal analysis based applications. MDCT is a real transform and it does not contain any phase information. MDCT eliminates aliasing that occurs in time domain due to the overlapping of the segments. It is used in most of the audio coders for time domain to frequency domain transformation

  • Difference Between Database Management System And Information Retrieval System

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    modifying data. This means the user or other program easy to understand and know where the data is located on storage media and the space of data. Example of DBMS is Microsoft Access, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle and FileMaker Pro Access, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle and FileMaker Pro. The meaning of information retrieval is a process to collect a relevant resource from collection information resources. Search can be based on metadata. In Information retrieval, we study data structures and

  • Importance Of System Identification

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    system using experimental data. It has been applied widely in aerospace engineering, mechanical engineering and structural engineering for active control, model validation and updating, conditional assessment, health monitoring and damage detection. System identification techniques can utilize both input and output data or can only include the output data. [1] The construction of system identification involves three basic entities that are a set of data, a model structure, and a rule by which the

  • The Innovative Database and information Research Lab

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    career path. I am writing this essay to prove my eligibility as a PhD student in Computer Science. I will try to describe my academic background, professional experience, research interest and finally my reasons for choosing to do PhD in Database and Data mining related fields in the next few paragraphs. Academic Background My under-graduate study at Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, which is the most prestigious institutions in the country, exposed me to all the core areas of