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Final Review

Final Review

Final Review. Ch11 Regression and correlation. Linear regression Model, interpretation. Model Coefficient calculation. b = L xy / L xx (slope), b 0 = Y – b x Assumption, goodness-of-fit, validity. Independent error, Gaussian dist. Const. var. Test and inference (t-test).

By miliani
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IP Routing

IP Routing

IP Routing. CS 552 Richard Martin (with slides from S. Savage and S. Agarwal) . Outline. Position Paper assignment Background on Internet Connectivity Nor01 paper Background on BGP BGP convergence BGP and traffic Discussion . Position Paper. Goals:

By terry
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More Interprocedural Analysis

More Interprocedural Analysis

More Interprocedural Analysis. Chapter 11, Sections 11.2.5 to end. Review. We analyzed several interprocedural problems. MOD -- set of variables modified in procedure ALIAS -- set of aliased variables in a procedure.

By tekla
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Group members Muhammad Asgar (23) Muhammad Ali javaid (47) Muhammad Ali shakir(48)

Group members Muhammad Asgar (23) Muhammad Ali javaid (47) Muhammad Ali shakir(48)

Group members Muhammad Asgar (23) Muhammad Ali javaid (47) Muhammad Ali shakir(48) Waqar khan niazi(50). “GEAR TRAIN”. “Our Topic”. “Introduction”.

By bluma
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2: Population genetics. break. Two subpopulations. A: p=0. A: p=1. a: q=1. a: q=0. In such a case, there are no heterozygous individuals in the population, although according to HW, there should be. There is a deficit in heterozygous. Is this phenomenon general?. Two subpopulations.

By kaiyo
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Lecture 2 review

Lecture 2 review

Lecture 2 review. Compensatory rate change is the ecological basis for sustainable populations and harvesting Compensatory change may involve Increases in adult survival rate at low N Increases in juvenile survival rate at low N Increases in growth and mean fecunity at low N

By leal
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Three-Steps of Linear Convolution

Three-Steps of Linear Convolution

For any given n , how to obtain Step 1: time reversal of either signal (e.g., f(k)  f(-k) ) Step 2: shift f(-k) by n samples to obtain f(n-k) Step 3: multiply h(k) and f(n-k) for each k and then take the summation over k. Three-Steps of Linear Convolution. Note

By pleasance
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Metatheoretic Approaches to Programming Language Specification & Verification Rob Simmons Princeton University

Metatheoretic Approaches to Programming Language Specification & Verification Rob Simmons Princeton University

Metatheoretic Approaches to Programming Language Specification & Verification Rob Simmons Princeton University. Introduction. “A precise description of a programming language is a prerequisite for its implementation and its use” (The Definition of Standard ML, 1990) . Introduction.

By duman
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Introduction to Programming Concepts

Introduction to Programming Concepts

Introduction to Programming Concepts. Carlos Varela RPI Adapted with permission from: Seif Haridi KTH Peter Van Roy UCL. Introduction. An introduction to programming concepts Declarative variables Functions Structured data (example: lists) Functions over lists

By JasminFlorian
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AVL-Trees (Part 1: Single Rotations)

AVL-Trees (Part 1: Single Rotations)

COMP171 Fall 2006. AVL-Trees (Part 1: Single Rotations). Lecture 17-18. Balance Binary Search Tree. Worst case height of binary search tree: N-1 Insertion, deletion can be O(N) in the worst case We want a tree with small height Height of a binary tree with N node is at least  (log N)

By Lucy
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Summing Up All Genus Free Energy of ABJM Matrix Model

Summing Up All Genus Free Energy of ABJM Matrix Model

Summing Up All Genus Free Energy of ABJM Matrix Model. Sanefumi Moriyama (Nagoya U) JHEP [arXiv:1106.4631] with H.Fuji and S.Hirano. M is for Mother. 5 Consistent String Theories in 10D. Het-E8xE8. IIA. Het-SO(32). IIB. I. M is for Mother. 5 Consistent String Theories in 10D.

By judson
(122 views)

Relational Algebra

Relational Algebra

Relational Algebra. Eugene Sheng Computer Science Department NIU. Introduction . one of the two formal query languages of the relational model collection of operators for manipulating relations Operators: two types of operators

By lixue
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Quantum transport and its classical limit

Quantum transport and its classical limit

Quantum transport and its classical limit. Piet Brouwer Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics Cornell University. Lecture 1 Capri spring school on Transport in Nanostructures, March 25-31, 2007. Quantum Transport.

By jordana
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EE 314: Basic EE II

EE 314: Basic EE II

EE 314: Basic EE II. Midterm Solutions. Problem 1. What makes a material a semiconductor? What are dopants ? A semiconductor acts as an insulator at very low temperatures and as a conductor at very high temperature. It has 4 valence electrons.

By delu
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Feedback Control Systems ( FCS )

Feedback Control Systems ( FCS )

Feedback Control Systems ( FCS ). Lecture-10-11 Mathematical Modelling of Real World Systems. Dr. Imtiaz Hussain email: imtiaz.hussain@faculty.muet.edu.pk URL : http://imtiazhussainkalwar.weebly.com/. Modelling of Mechanical Systems. Automatic cruise control 

By amil
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Efficient Anomaly Monitoring over Moving Object Trajectory Streams

Efficient Anomaly Monitoring over Moving Object Trajectory Streams

Efficient Anomaly Monitoring over Moving Object Trajectory Streams. Yingyi Bu (Microsoft). joint work with Lei Chen (HKUST) Ada Wai-Chee Fu (CUHK) Dawei Liu (CUHK). Outline. Introduction Problem Statement Batch Monitoring Piecewise Index and Rescheduling Experiments Conclusion.

By xuan
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A Solution to Two Paradoxes of International Capital Flow

A Solution to Two Paradoxes of International Capital Flow

A Solution to Two Paradoxes of International Capital Flow. Jiandong Ju and Shang-Jin Wei * Personal views, not those of the IMF. Motivation. Cross-border capital flow reached nearly $6 trillion in 2004. Less than 10% goes to developing countries.

By niesha
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Boolean Networks and Experiment Design B-Cell Single Ligand Screen

Boolean Networks and Experiment Design B-Cell Single Ligand Screen

Boolean Networks and Experiment Design B-Cell Single Ligand Screen. Stuart Johnson Bioinformatics and Data Analysis Lab UCSD. Outline. Why Boolean networks? Building/Displaying Boolean Networks Experiment design Procedure Some competing (sub)networks from the B-Cell data Conclusions.

By thais
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Configuring OSPF – Part 2 of 2

Configuring OSPF – Part 2 of 2

Configuring OSPF – Part 2 of 2. CIS 185 CCNP ROUTE Rick Graziani Cabrillo College graziani@cabrillo.edu Last Updated: Fall 2010. OSPF Part 2. Review of Areas NSSA (Not-So-Stubby-Areas) Multiple ABRs Virtual Links Route Summarization Default Routes Authentication OSPF over Frame Relay

By kiley
(167 views)

function mf=mfblkmod(I1,I2,n) %main % I1, I2: two successive frames

function mf=mfblkmod(I1,I2,n) %main % I1, I2: two successive frames

Simple implementation of block-based Optical Flow estimation. Test sequences: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~cil/v-images.html. function mf=mfblkmod(I1,I2,n) %main % I1, I2: two successive frames if mod(n,2)==0 % n must be odd error('n must be odd'); end mf=zeros(size(I1)); c = 0;

By denna
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