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Computational Genomics 5a Distance Based Trees Reconstruction (cont.) Sections 7.1, 7.2, in Durbin et al. Chapter 17 i

Computational Genomics 5a Distance Based Trees Reconstruction (cont.) Sections 7.1, 7.2, in Durbin et al. Chapter 17 i

Computational Genomics 5a Distance Based Trees Reconstruction (cont.) Sections 7.1, 7.2, in Durbin et al. Chapter 17 in Gusfield (updated April 12, 2009) Slides by Shlomo Moran and Ydo Wexler (IIT), modified by Benny Chor Evolution Evolution of new organisms is driven by Diversity

By Albert_Lan
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6-Performance Analysis of Embedded System Designs: Digital Camera Case Study

6-Performance Analysis of Embedded System Designs: Digital Camera Case Study

6-Performance Analysis of Embedded System Designs: Digital Camera Case Study Outline Introduction to a simple digital camera Designer’s perspective Requirements specification Design Four implementations Introduction Putting it all together General-purpose processor

By libitha
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Phylogenetic Methods

Phylogenetic Methods

Phylogenetic Methods. Understanding Trees Alignments Distances Clustering Methods Bootstrapping Likelihood Methods Parsimony. Recommended books: R. Page and A. Holmes – Molecular evolution: a phylogenetic approach W. H. Li – Molecular evolution.

By HarrisCezar
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Tournament Trees

Tournament Trees

Tournament Trees. CSE, POSTECH. Tournament Trees. Used when we need to break ties in a prescribed manner To select the element that was inserted first To select the element on the left

By Mercy
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Parsing

Parsing

Parsing. The scanner recognizes words The parser recognizes syntactic units Parser operations: Check and verify syntax based on specified syntax rules Report errors Build IR Automation: The process can be automated. Parsing. Check and verify syntax based on specified syntax rules

By jody
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Chapter 7 Digital Camera Example

Chapter 7 Digital Camera Example

Chapter 7 Digital Camera Example. Outline. Introduction to a simple digital camera Designer’s perspective Requirements specification Design Four implementations. Introduction. Putting it all together General-purpose processor Single-purpose processor Custom Standard Memory

By plato
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CSC321: Introduction to Neural Networks and Machine Learning Lecture 15: Mixtures of Experts

CSC321: Introduction to Neural Networks and Machine Learning Lecture 15: Mixtures of Experts

CSC321: Introduction to Neural Networks and Machine Learning Lecture 15: Mixtures of Experts . Geoffrey Hinton. Very local models e.g. Nearest neighbors Very fast to fit Just store training cases Local smoothing obviously improves things. Fully global models e. g. Polynomial

By marv
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Min-Max Heaps

Min-Max Heaps

Min-Max Heaps. A double-ended priority queue is a data structure that supports the following operations: inserting an element with an arbitrary key deleting an element with the largest key deleting an element with the smallest key A Min-Max Heap supports all of the above operations.

By tia
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Lower Bounds & Sorting in Linear Time

Lower Bounds & Sorting in Linear Time

Lower Bounds & Sorting in Linear Time. Comparison-based Sorting. Comparison sort Only comparison of pairs of elements may be used to gain order information about a sequence.

By axel
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DATA MINING Introductory and Advanced Topics Part II

DATA MINING Introductory and Advanced Topics Part II

DATA MINING Introductory and Advanced Topics Part II . Margaret H. Dunham Department of Computer Science and Engineering Southern Methodist University Companion slides for the text by Dr. M.H.Dunham, Data Mining, Introductory and Advanced Topics , Prentice Hall, 2002. Data Mining Outline.

By caesar
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Ch10 Machine Learning: Symbol-Based

Ch10 Machine Learning: Symbol-Based

Ch10 Machine Learning: Symbol-Based. Dr. Bernard Chen Ph.D. University of Central Arkansas Spring 2011. Machine Learning Outline . The book present four chapters on machine learning, reflecting four approaches to the problem: Symbol Based Connectionist Genetic/Evolutionary Stochastic.

By nirav
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Phylogenetic Tree Construction

Phylogenetic Tree Construction

Phylogenetic Tree Construction. Dong Xu Computer Science Department 271C Life Sciences Center 1201 East Rollins Road University of Missouri-Columbia Columbia, MO 65211-2060 E-mail: xudong@missouri.edu 573-882-7064 (O) http://digbio.missouri.edu. Outline. Evolution theory

By corbin
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An Application Engineer’s View

An Application Engineer’s View

An Application Engineer’s View. Jonathan Alexander, Actel Corporation Brendan Bridgford, Xilinx Corporation Ed Patnaude, Maxwell Technologies 2004 MAPLD International Conference September 8-10, 2004 Washington, D.C. Jonathan Alexander Actel. Common HDL Coding Errors - 1.

By zach
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Binary Search Trees

Binary Search Trees

Binary Search Trees . Eileen Kraemer CSCI 2720 The University of Georgia Spring 2007. Overview. Binary trees Binary search trees Find Insert Delete. Hierarchical Data Structures. One-to-many relationship between elements Tree Single parent, multiple children Binary tree

By platt
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Introduction

Introduction

Introduction. Finite Automata accept all regular languages and only regular languages Even very simple languages are non regular (  = {a,b} ):. - {a n b n : n = 0, 1, 2, …} - {w : w is palindrome word}.

By nyoko
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Course Review

Course Review

COMP171 Spring 2009. Course Review. Elementary Data Structures. Linked lists Types : singular, doubly, circular Operations : insert, find, delete O( N ) Stack ADT (array or linked-list) First-in-Last-out Operations : push, pop Queue ADT (array or linked-list) First-in-First-out

By juancarlos
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Decision-Tree Induction & Decision-Rule Induction

Decision-Tree Induction & Decision-Rule Induction

Decision-Tree Induction & Decision-Rule Induction. Evgueni Smirnov . Overview. Instances, Concepts, Languages Types of Tasks Decision Trees Decision Rules Evaluation Techniques Intro to Weka . Instances, Concepts, Languages.

By betha
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CPS216: Advanced Database Systems

CPS216: Advanced Database Systems

CPS216: Advanced Database Systems. Notes 05: Operators for Data Access (contd.) Shivnath Babu. Insertion in a B-Tree. n = 2. 49. 36. 49. 15. Insert: 62. Insertion in a B-Tree. n = 2. 49. 36. 49. 62. 15. Insert: 62. Insertion in a B-Tree. n = 2. 49. 36. 49. 62. 15.

By tyme
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Hashing and Indexing

Hashing and Indexing

Hashing and Indexing. John Ortiz. Overview. How to retrieve data records with a key value? Sequential search (O(N)) Binary Search (O(log 2 N)) Hashing Conventional (simple) indexing B+ tree indexing More advanced hashing & indexing. key  h(key). <key>. Buckets (typically 1

By nolen
(161 views)

G22.2110 Programming Languages

G22.2110 Programming Languages

G22.2110 Programming Languages. T he main themes of programming language design and use: Model of computation Expressiveness types and their operations control structures abstraction mechanisms tools for programming in the large Ease of use : Writeability / Readability / Maintainability.

By liam
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