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LEARNING OBJECTIVES

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

LEARNING OBJECTIVES. Problems with simple indexing. Multilevel indexing: B-Tree. B-Tree creation: insertion and deletion of nodes. B-tree complexity. Merging and redistribution Advantages of B-trees. Problems related to storing large indexes on the disk.

By andrew
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CSCE156: Introduction to Computer Science II

CSCE156: Introduction to Computer Science II

CSCE156: Introduction to Computer Science II Instructor Stephen Scott Website http://cse.unl.edu/~sscott/teach/?class=cse156F05 Welcome to CSE 156!! Introductions Syllabus Homework 0 Course preview Your First Assignment

By Donna
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Computer Programming with Logo

Computer Programming with Logo

Computer Programming with Logo. Glenn Bresnahan glenn@bu.edu. Synopsis. Introduction to computer programming and the Logo programming language Concepts of programming, computer languages and algorithms Programming constructs Combination of lecture and hands-on labs

By DoraAna
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CptS 121 Fall ‘09 Lecture 8-3

CptS 121 Fall ‘09 Lecture 8-3

CptS 121 Fall ‘09 Lecture 8-3. HK Chapter 8 : Arrays Lecture Outline Array Searching Array Sorting Multidimensional Arrays. Array Searching. Lots of motivating problems Find a name in the phone book Find a student in the class list

By ryanadan
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Python Programming: An Introduction to Computer Science

Python Programming: An Introduction to Computer Science

Python Programming: An Introduction to Computer Science. Chapter 13 Algorithm Design and Recursion. Objectives. To understand the basic techniques for analyzing the efficiency of algorithms. To know what searching is and understand the algorithms for linear and binary search.

By salena
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Decision Trees and Information: A Question of Bits

Decision Trees and Information: A Question of Bits

Decision Trees and Information: A Question of Bits. Choice Tree. A choice tree is a rooted, directed tree with an object called a “choice” associated with each edge and a label on each leaf. Choice Tree Representation of S. We satisfy these two conditions: Each leaf label is in S

By adamdaniel
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Algorithms and Software

Algorithms and Software

Algorithms and Software. Chapter 7 Some of Chapter 8 Sections 17.2, 17.3. What If There Isn’t an “Obvious” Way. Square Root. = =. Square Root. = = =. Square Root. Hot Water. Iteration. Guacamole. Iteration. Iteration. The key idea: Make a first guess.

By andrew
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WordNet & FrameNet

WordNet & FrameNet

WordNet & FrameNet. Jennie Ning Zheng Linda Melchor Ferhat Omur. Contents. Introduction WordNet Application – WordNet Data Structure - WordNet FrameNet Application – FrameNet Data Structure – FrameNet Relevance with IA Q & A. WordNet. A semantic lexicon for the English language

By sherine
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Processes, Threads, and Jobs

Processes, Threads, and Jobs

Processes, Threads, and Jobs. By: Shreya Vyas. Process Internals. Data Structures Kernel Variables Performance Counters Relevant Functions Flow of CreateProcess. Data Structures. Contains an executive process block. (EPROCESS) Contains executive thread blocks. (ETHREAD)

By laurence
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Symbolic Execution and Proof of Properties

Symbolic Execution and Proof of Properties

Symbolic Execution and Proof of Properties. Symbolic Execution. Builds predicates that characterize Conditions for executing paths Effects of the execution on program state Bridges program behavior to logic Finds important applications in program analysis test data generation

By gaynell
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Efficiency of Algorithms

Efficiency of Algorithms

Efficiency of Algorithms. Readings: [SG] Ch. 3 Chapter Outline: Attributes of Algorithms Measuring Efficiency of Algorithms Simple Analysis of Algorithms Polynomial vs Exponential Time Algorithms. Efficiency of Algorithms. Readings: [SG] Ch. 3 Chapter Outline: Attributes of Algorithms

By odell
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Towers of Hanoi

Towers of Hanoi

A. B. C. A. B. C. Towers of Hanoi. Move n (4) disks from pole A to pole C such that a disk is never put on a smaller disk. A. B. C. Move n (4) disks from A to C Move n-1 (3) disks from A to B Move 1 disk from A to C Move n-1 (3) disks from B to C. Figure 2.19a and b

By sheng
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Binary Search Trees vs. Binary Heaps

Binary Search Trees vs. Binary Heaps

Binary Search Trees vs. Binary Heaps. Binary Search Tree Condition. Given a node i i.value is the stored object i.left and i.right point to other nodes All of i’s left children and grand-children are less than i.value

By field
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NP-Completeness

NP-Completeness

NP-Completeness. Problems Proofs Approximations. Decision Problems. Given Some Universal Set X, Let R be a subset of X. The decision problem for R is: Given an arbitrary element a of X, does a belong to R? Note: X is usually assumed to be a set of

By clancy
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Bioinformatics & Algorithmics. stats.ox.ac.uk/hein/lectures.

Bioinformatics & Algorithmics. stats.ox.ac.uk/hein/lectures.

Bioinformatics & Algorithmics. www.stats.ox.ac.uk/hein/lectures. Strings. Trees. Trees & Recombination. Structures: RNA. A Mad Algorithm Open Problems. Questions for the audience. Complexity Results. Bioinformatics & Algorithmics.

By olencia
(179 views)

Problem Solving 5 Using Java API for Searching and Sorting Applications

Problem Solving 5 Using Java API for Searching and Sorting Applications

Problem Solving 5 Using Java API for Searching and Sorting Applications. ICS-201 Introduction to Computing II Semester 071. Searching Algorithm: Binary Search. Java provides two binary search (02) methods: Arrays.binarySearch (for an array) Collections.binarySearch (for a List )

By damita
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Array Algorithms

Array Algorithms

Array Algorithms. CS0007: Introduction to Computer Programming. Review. Arrays are… complex variables that can hold multiple values of the same data type. The size declarator indicates… the number of elements the array can hold. Individual values inside of an array are called…

By nia
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Chapter 8 – Searching and Sorting Arrays

Chapter 8 – Searching and Sorting Arrays

Chapter 8 – Searching and Sorting Arrays. 8.1 Introduction to Search Algorithms. A search algorithm is a method of locating a specific item of information in a larger collection of data. This section discusses two algorithms for searching the contents of an array. The Linear Search.

By penn
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A Level Computer Science Topic 2: Searching and Sorting

A Level Computer Science Topic 2: Searching and Sorting

T eaching L ondon C omputing. A Level Computer Science Topic 2: Searching and Sorting. William Marsh School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science Queen Mary University of London. Aims. Understanding and implement Linear search Binary search of sorted lists

By keefe
(137 views)

VS 3 : V erification and S ynthesis using S MT S olvers SMT Solvers for Program Verification

VS 3 : V erification and S ynthesis using S MT S olvers SMT Solvers for Program Verification

VS 3 : V erification and S ynthesis using S MT S olvers SMT Solvers for Program Verification. Saurabh Srivastava * Sumit Gulwani ** Jeffrey S. Foster * * University of Maryland, College Park ** Microsoft Research, Redmond. What VS 3 will let you do! .

By sokanon
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