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An Assignment help is required, Modern Algorithm Design
Computer Science, An assignment is enclosed herewith & topic is Modern Algorithm Design. Simple hand written jpg or pdf file is also allow, Writer is not necessary....
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Java homework about java hashmap assignment just write me
File will be uploaded soon. Homework is about Java hashmaps. Let showMap be a map from a television show to a television network. Let networkMap be a map from a television network to a set of television shows on that network. You may assume that a television show is shown on only one television network. Using Java, show how to output all of the television shows on the ABC television network using showMap. You should do this by iterating over all of the shows in the map, and seeing if each show maps to ABC. Using Java, show how to output all of the television shows on the FOX television network in alphabetical order using networkMap....
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Python Algorithm Design: Lomuto Algorithm & Universal Hash Function
I need the following code finished by June 7 in every instance where "#your code here" appears in the attached pdf. See attached Jupyter Notebook pdf export....
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Algorithm Design Python Implementation: Minimum Heap Structures
I need the following code finished by June 7 in every instance where "#your code here" appears in the attached pdf. See attached Jupyter Notebook pdf export....
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Homework 2 due tommorow can u help?
I have a R curse assignment and I really cant understand the coursework Plot MC estimated standard error of noise vs. true standard deviation of noise.2.Plot MC estimated B0 vs. true standard deviation of noise.3.Plot MC estimated B1 vs. true standard deviation of noise.4.Plot MC estimatedB1 vs. estimated standard error of noise.5.Plot MC standard error of estimated B0 vs. true standard deviation of noise.6.Plot MC standard error of estimated B1 vs. true standard deviation of noise.7.Plot MC standard error of estimated B0 vs. estimated standard error of noise.8.Plot MC standard error of estimated B1 vs. estimated standard error of noise....
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Build a B- tree using a part file
I need you to do my project in C++, the project is due May 10th. The project is to build a B- tree using the part file attached. The program should be able to insert, delete, search elements. Please help....
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I just need help finishing this project please.
I have most of the code done. I need help having it pass the pytest. Weighted graphs show up as a way to represent information in many applications, such as communication networks, water, power and energy systems, mazes, games and any problem where there is a measurable relationship between two or more things. It is therefore important to know how to represent graphs, and to understand important operations and algorithms associated with graphs. For this project, you will implement a directed, weighted graph and associated operations along with breadth-first search and Dijkstra's Shortest Path algorithms....
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I need help with Algorithm problems
I want algorithms, running time, and preferably proof of it. The topics include dynamic programming, sorting, and network flow. I appreciate your help....
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C programmng about a cyber security attack
- complete all stages of the assignment (0-4) - the details are the assignmnet1 details word file (IMPORTANT read it thoroughly) - scaffold.c program has to be edited...
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Parallel programming assessment 1
Your task is to develop a simple program for analysing historical weather records from Lincolnshire. The provided data set includes records of air temperature collected over a period of more than 80 years from five weather stations in Lincolnshire: Barkston Heath, Scampton, Waddington, Cranwell and Coningsby. Your program should be able to load the provided dataset and calculate statistical summaries of temperature including the minimum, maximum, mean, and standard deviation. These summary statistics should be calculated for the entire dataset, regardless of acquisition time and location. For additional credit, you should also calculate the median statistic and its 1st and 3rd quartiles (i.e. 25th and 75th percentiles), which will require the development of a suitable sorting algorithm. (note: more information on the task is the assignment brief below. additionally the data files required will be provided once accepted)....
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Design and Analysis of Algorithms Exam
Complete the attached exam for the class Design and Analysis of Algorithms. All questions must be completed. Based on test instructions, don't have to use LATEX to edit, can edit pdf however you choose....
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Dynamic programming, data structures, sorting algorithms
This assignment is about :Dynamic programming: Edit Distance (compute the distance and print the table to verify correctness); sort dictionary and use binary search; extract words from text; given a word find the most similar words in the dictionary; fix words, reconstruct text; use library function qsort; use function pointers. Homework assignment details here: http://ranger.uta.edu/~alex/courses/3318/homework/3318_H5.html...
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Dynamic programming- Min cost alignment & Respacing
2 Questions - 6 functions to complete 1.1 Problem statement We saw in lecture that ‘diffing’ two strings can be accomplished with dynamic programming. In this problem we will solve a more general version. We would like to align two strings, s and t, in a way to produce a minimum-cost alignment. To produce an alignment on two strings s and t, we insert the special character ‘-’ some number of times into each string to produce align s and align t so that: • align s and align t have the same length, and • There is no i such that align s[i] and align t[i] are both ‘-’. The cost of an alignment is given by a cost function, which we will call cost. The cost of an alignment is the sum over all i of cost(align s[i], align t[i]). The cost of aligning a letter with itself is always 0. For example, given this cost table: Letter from s Letter from t a b c - a 0 1 5 3 b 5 0 5 3 c 3 4 0 3 - 2 2 1 · The minimum-cost alignment between string s = ‘acb’ and t = ‘baa’ is given by: align_s: -acb align_t: ba-a With a total cost of 5, which is lower than any other alignment. This problem arises, for example, in DNA sequencing; given two strands of DNA, th...
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Assignment Data Structures and Algorithms: Colour Trees
Story We are asked to design a tree capable of storing a certain propagating colour. Which colour is propagated is determined by the colours stored in its subtree. There is a hierarchy of colours, and an ordering exists to determine which is the dominating colour that will be propagated. This tree is used to do some elemental property checking to run some "what if" scenarios. Informally, our implementation should support the following: Update the colour of a node. Insert a new node. Swap two subtrees. This is intended to help us answer questions such as "What changes to the propagating colors if the descendants were different?". Property checking: Given a node, does every descendant (up to k levels deeper) of this node have a certain color. About the tree The tree contains a colour propagation, based on the hierarchy: RED (R) GREEN (G) BLUE (B) CYAN (C) YELLOW (Y) With RED being the strongest colour. The tree: Y / \ C G \ \ R Y Will produce the propagations: R / \ R G \ \ R Y Code You are asked to implement 2 major files, node.py and tree.py. node.py This is the implementation of an elem...
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CSC 320 Design and Analysis of Algorithms S21 Homework
You may will need to draw diagrams to illustrate steps. You may use a tool like Word/Shapes or Paint to draw and copy/paste diagrams to your Word document, or you may draw by hand and take pictures to copy/paste to your Word document....
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implement a duplicate checker from a given list of words.
implement a duplicate checker from a given list of words. Input: ['homework', 'assignment', 'quiz', 'discussion', 'quiz', 'program'] Output: Yes, there is a duplicate. [e.g. 'quiz'] 1. Implement a program of O(N^2) runtime complexity of the above duplicate checker. 2. Implement a program of O(N) runtime complexity of the above duplicate checker and explain how you have achieved. [Hint: use hash map] You can choose either C#, Python, Java to implement 1 & 2. Attach the screenshot of your implementation with output and submit at most 3 pages...
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Coding an algorithm in java about a geometry problem
NUS CS3230 Task 2: You have a rectangular-shaped cake of size r by c. On this cake, there are n rectangular-shaped toppings. The sides of these rectangles are parallel to the sides of the cake. You are allowed to cut the cake into several pieces according to the following rules: 1. Every cut must be either a vertical line or a horizontal line. No diagonal cuts are allowed. 2. Every cut must increase the number of pieces by 1. Partial cuts (refer to Figure 2 in file) are not allowed. 3. The cuts cannot break up the toppings (i.e. each topping should remain as a single piece). However, cuts along the boundary of the toppings are allowed. 4. At the end of all the cuts, every piece should have at least 1 topping. Find the maximum number of pieces you can cut the cake into which follows these rules. Time complexity requirement: Should finish in O(n^2 log n) time...

What is an algorithm and why pay for algorithm homework help

Algorithm is a set of instructions which tell us how to solve a problem. It's the blueprint for solving any type of computational problems.

An algorithm can be defined as a logical method or set of instructions written in any programming language i.e., a set of instructions to solve any concrete problem in less time with accuracy and better approach is always preferred against the other one, algorithms are also known as computer programs or application software, algorithms can be used for solving problems that require special attention or need optimum approach to reach certain level.

The complexity or the time taken by an algorithm to run may vary according to its nature and it can range from simple to complex one as well as from small size computing problems.

Types of Algorithm Homework Help Services

Here are various types of problem that needs to be solved algorithmically which we can help with.

  • Recursive algorithms (breadth first search, depth first search)
  • dynamic programming algorithms (Knapsack Problem, Optimal Substructure problem)
  • data structure problems like sorting (merge sort, quick sort), searching etc. ,
  • Graph related problems like graph coloring (4-coloring), shortest path, maximum flow, minimum spanning trees, all pairs shortest paths, maximum matching. ,
  • geometric problems like hidden surface removal (Marching cubes), visibility problems, collision detection,
  • character recognition such as OCR (optical character recognition) and handwritten digit recognition,
  • computational geometry problems like convex hull, triangulation or polygon triangulation etc.,
  • numerical methods for large scale computation problems in science and engineering fields such as optimization of nonlinear systems of equations, differential equations (linear equations and system of linear equations, polar coordinates system), ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, discrete dynamical systems.

An algorithm is a step by step procedure which take input data using an input device such as keyboard or mouse to produce output data on the display screen or any output device connected to a computer.

The algorithms must be deterministic in nature and produce only one output from any given input(s). If we use these set of instructions or steps again and again with same inputs each time we get the same results every time. The procedure follows step by step rules which can be written in any programming language like C++, Objective-C, Java, Visual Basic etc., or can be recorded as part of application program on any computers such as Linux system or Macintosh systems, embedded (real time)based microprocessor control based system may execute these series of procedures.

What computational problems are converted into algorithm?

Experts represent the problem by means of flow charts, diagrams and matrices understand the nature of the problem and ask questions to uncover hidden issues, analyze the data-information gathered, design a solution or algorithm to solve the problem then put this procedure in computer language using any text editor.

Overview of computer algorithms

If we want to develop a good understanding of algorithms then we must know how exactly computer do their work.

Computer as an information processing device can be modeled as:

+ Input Device such as keyboard, mouse etc., connected to computer system containing two main hardware units CPU (central processing unit), memory which stores all the programs and data for computation at present time and also some history of operations done by it. This central processing unit is like brain of computer system where actual computations are executed (programs). Therefore good programming practices should be adopted to develop an algorithm in order to improve the efficiency and performance of our algorithms.

+ Output device such as display screen, printer etc., which output any data from computer system for human beings see and analyze them or use it further for some other purposes.

While developing an algorithm we must keep in mind that whatever input data we provide at input unit (regardless of its nature) is converted into binary form by doing some computations on inputs before these are stored in memory means while entering actual values into memory, a conversion is done from human understandable value like 2300 or 1234 into computer internal binary number (object representation) along with storing this number, also at the time of retrieving this particular number again then after retrieving it will again be converted back to human understandable value. Therefore computer system actually works in binary number only and not in real world values which we see here.

Mathematically an algorithm is a sequence of precise well-defined steps or instructions (sets of rules, procedures) to achieve some predefined objective or goals within a finite time using defined input data to produce exact output results when these procedures are applied repeatedly with same input data each time the same results will come out after execution of algorithms each time .

Parts of an algorithm

As discussed previously every program has following two parts: Program specification & design and Program implementation .

  • The Specification and design part for any programming language i.e., C++, Java includes at least three sections namely problem analysis, solution design & algorithm development.
  • Problem analysis section deals with gathering important information or data about the problem what kind of operations we have to perform on given input data in order to achieve required results. If a user has already solved this type of problems before then he can reuse the existing algorithms for solving current problem if it is not possible then he performs his own analysis and prepares a plan for designing an algorithm or program. In this part we represent all these activities through flow charts diagrams etc., means here will be no codes written till now (we may know that how exactly our programs will work). We determine which operations need to be performed for achieving required objective and also their sequence of execution over given input data.
  • Solution design section deals with designing an algorithm to solve the concrete problem by considering the characteristics of given input data like size, range etc. Then we determine which operations need to be performed for achieving required objective using these inputs and also their sequence of execution over given input data.
  • In implementation section when our main aim is to develop a program in some programming language then here we will use that specific language as discussed previously that every algorithm must have a certain instruction or set of instructions written in any programming language i.e., C++, java or any other high level programming languages, because directly writing actual codes (instructions) makes more sense than describing solution design in natural language means without coding them into dedicated programming languages such as C++, Java etc. we will not be able to write these algorithms in any particular programming language.

While designing algorithm or writing codes for it we need to use specific data table (looks like a matrix), every element of this table representing some input/output conditions and also what operations are performed on given inputs under that condition, specifically while entering actual values into memory means at the time of retrieving a stored value again then after retrieving it will again be converted back to human understandable value same operations need to be applied. After having both input and output data of all required conditions further using certain set of instructions (set of rules) appropriate operations can be performed on them leading desired results.

In the above simple discussion, we only considered basic concepts involved while designing algorithms and writing codes for them without considering any complexities involved, in reality these things become more complex when we will add complexity to our programs.

Advantages of using algorithms

As discussed previously that the main advantage of using algorithms is that it provides required solutions in less time with less memory space and also gives us confidence about the correctness of program design, if a problem can be solved by applying best possible algorithm then it becomes most desirable option so every programmer always tries to apply his knowledge about algorithms during programming process but this does not mean that all problems are like this because sometimes it is really difficult to find out an exact solution for given problem or it may require too many computing power which makes impossible to apply these types of techniques for solving such kind of problems.

In the real world we always deal with incomplete information about problem i.e., we never have full details about the input data or output values so here to solve this type of problems are also some algorithms that do not require complete information about inputs and outputs while solving a concrete problem like these algorithms are called partial knowledge based algorithm or heuristic approach programming.

For a successful completion of any program there is always an essential need to select up right set of algorithms because if wrong choice is made then final result may be satisfactory but it will produce unacceptable inaccurate results after running for long time period means even though code works well in short time frame but its accuracy can be questionable over longer run. To avoid this type is necessary to analyze such situations and then select the most suitable algorithm that offers accuracy with minimum computing time or memory consumption.

Previously, we have discussed algorithms for solving problems of finite character but if there are some infinite problems then they may not be solved by using any specific set of instructions because after executing a specific instruction further where to execute next is uncertain so here we have to apply different approach to handle such type of problem i.e., the concept of recursion is also used in place of iterative process, which requires repeating same operation over given input data till certain condition is satisfied.

Algorithm Homework Help: Application Assignments:

In real world many business houses have their own developed procedures to manage their day-to-day activities but still they also use some kind of algorithms to store data into databases so that it becomes more convenient for them while retrieving required data easily without wasting much time. Same way programmers use algorithms while developing program code i.e., multi-player game playing domains are an example where immense amount of computing power is applied by programmers during coding using more-than-one processing engines to make a game challenging for users with more number of options.

Assignment: Algorithms in Healthcare

Recently, this subject has emerged with the name of medical algorithms. Medical algorithms are computer implemented applications that use clinical guidelines and data to make decisions which can be used in diagnosis or follow up care of patients. This field is still an emerging technology and there are ongoing controversies about how far it will aid health care professionals in making appropriate decisions when treating patients. The controversy is mainly due to lack of experience using these computer programs, since the main purpose of these methods is not only to save money but also to provide better health care services by reducing human biases. Some say it may improve healthcare services while others say it may reduce the quality of medical services.

There are many other uses for algorithms in different fields, some are listed below:-

Algorithms in Communications:

Algorithms (in communication assignment help) - can be used to create a secure and private channel between two communicating parties over a network even if the network is not safe from unauthorized access or eavesdropping. Cryptographic applications like Public Key Encryption are based on mathematical algorithms that work with digital data. In this type of encryption, one party (the sender) encrypts plaintext message using public key of receiver which can be decrypted by using its corresponding private key. This ensures security since only the intended recipient can decrypt the message sent by him/her. One more example could help us understand how algorithms are applied in communications field. Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) is used for sending voice data across the internet in packets rather than using traditional PSTN lines or cell networks; it may also be called as a form of digital telephony. The algorithms used to implement VOIP are implemented as software running on one or more servers, and they manage the user's voice traffic on the network by performing various set functions.

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Algorithms in Engineering:

Algorithms in Engineering assignment help: Currently many engineering professionals use Computer-aided design (CAD) software based on algorithms to create architectural blueprints, electrical circuit diagrams and any other type of engineering drawings. These programs allow the users to easily manipulate complex objects like doors, windows, etc., that can be represented using solid modeling techniques. There are various other applications of algorithms in engineering such as:

- For simulation and modeling of physical systems.

Algorithms in Finance:

In finance assignment help, algorithms learn the market price for a good or service over time, based on the demands that cause them to have variable supply due to unplanned events like floods, drought etc., so with this demand-supply fluctuations if we know the algorithm used by regulatory authorities then predicting prices becomes very easy. There are many more uses of algorithms in stock trading where they can be used to predict stock movements and predict asset prices so that one can invest accordingly at right time which will help make huge amounts of money.

In short, any kind of activity that involves decision making process has room for implementation of algorithms while trying to make it more accurate, efficient and effective.

Algorithm homework help examples

In this assignment we will discuss about few basic algorithms such as:

-Insertion Algorithm for Singly Linked List.

 -LinkedListMaximum() method of Java ArrayList class

 -Linear Algebraic Algorithm to solve system of linear equations Ax = b using Gaussian Elimination Method which is similar to LU factorization method and then use back substitution method to solve the system of linear equations. Check do my math homework services

 -When we are given an array of integers, how do we find out whether there exists any missing element in the given array or not?

Algorithms are still in their infancy but they have already started making a huge impact on our lives by taking over most of the decision-making process using computer programs which may or may not also be based on artificial intelligence (AI). As we research further new uses for algorithms will emerge and these will surely change the way people live and interact with each other.

Algorithms can be defined as an effective method to reach a certain goal in finite number of steps. They are applicable to every field where making rational decisions is required like in medical science, engineering etc.

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