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Environmental geology weekly lab reports
Weekly lab reports about environmental geology. I have a kit with rocks and other lab materials needed to do the lab reports. Basic rocks types and how they were made when the universe was created...
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Project Evaluation of Oil and Gas Field
The assignment comprises the production of a field development plan for an oilfield. It is split into two parts, and data for the case study is provided below....
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Python homework about Tensorflow (2 questions)
Python assignment about Tensorflow. Questions: "In the above code example change the total epochs to 5 while keeping all other parameters the same. Based on that answer following questions: Q.1) Assess the impact of hidden layers on the performance of the model by designing five Deep Neural Networks comprising of hidden layers ranging from 1 to 5 with each hidden layer holding fixed 50 neurons. Plot a graph of the hidden layers vs test accuracy. Q.2) From the above solution, choose the architecture which yields maximum test accuracy. Assess the impact of neurons count in the last hidden layer with respect to the model performance by choosing differnt neurons count from the set {20, 40, 60, 80, 100}. Plot a graph between the neurons count and test accuracy. Note: Don't change the output layer. Only the plots will be evaluated so ensure to display it on your notebook....
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ENEE 140 Project 3: A Game of Sudoku (C Programming) Learn how to use random numbers in a complex program.

In this project, you will write a program for generating Sudoku boards. In Sudoku, the player is presented with a 9 × 9 board, where some of the 81 cells are filled with digits (numbers between 1–9) and other cells are left blank. The player must fill the blank cells with digits so that each column, each row, and each of the nine 3×3 boxes that compose the board contains all of the digits from 1 to 9. In other words, no digit must be repeated in any row, column or box. Three boxes side-by-side make up a band and three boxes on top of each other make up a stack. The figure below illustrates a Sudoku board (note that the boxes have thicker borders):

Program structure:

The functionality of the program will be implemented in three files. enee140_sudoku.h is a header file that includes function prototypes for your Sudoku library. enee140_sudoku.c is a C file where you define (implement) these functions, as well as any other helper functions you may find useful. enee140_gen_sudoku.c is the C file that includes the main() function of your program. In the main() function, you will read the arguments provided by the user on the command line and you will ...

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