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... built with an equivalent API called the XML API. This API works by sending and receiving XML documents over an HTTP connection. This scheme allows the use of any programming language with the ability to create and parse XML and handle HTTP connections. Languages such as Perl or ASP in conjunction wi ...

... built with an equivalent API called the XML API. This API works by sending and receiving XML documents over an HTTP connection. This scheme allows the use of any programming language with the ability to create and parse XML and handle HTTP connections. Languages such as Perl or ASP in conjunction wi ...

Adaptive and Approximate Orthogonal Range Counting

... A previous work by Nekrich [27] described data structures for approximate orthogonal range counting using a more precise notion of approximation. His data structures compute an approximation k 0 such that k − δk p ≤ k 0 ≤ k + δk p , where δ > 0 and 0 < p < 1. His 2-D data structure requires O(n log4 ...

... A previous work by Nekrich [27] described data structures for approximate orthogonal range counting using a more precise notion of approximation. His data structures compute an approximation k 0 such that k − δk p ≤ k 0 ≤ k + δk p , where δ > 0 and 0 < p < 1. His 2-D data structure requires O(n log4 ...

CS 372: Computational Geometry Lecture 14 Geometric

... The points are on a grid with side length 0 ; we will choose it such that 0 ' ∆0 . So in the worst case, there are about as many points in P 0 as in a (1/) × (1/) · · · × (1/) grid in Rd . There are O((1/)d ) such points. We can compute ∆0 by brute force in time O((1/)2d ). ...

... The points are on a grid with side length 0 ; we will choose it such that 0 ' ∆0 . So in the worst case, there are about as many points in P 0 as in a (1/) × (1/) · · · × (1/) grid in Rd . There are O((1/)d ) such points. We can compute ∆0 by brute force in time O((1/)2d ). ...

離散對數密碼系統 - 國立交通大學資訊工程學系NCTU Department of

... • 離散對數密碼系統 (Cryptosystems based on DL) – Key distribution – Encryption – Digital signature ...

... • 離散對數密碼系統 (Cryptosystems based on DL) – Key distribution – Encryption – Digital signature ...

An Improved BKW Algorithm for LWE with Applications to

... BinaryLWE problem with n samples in subexponential time 2(ln 2/2+o(1))n/ log log n . This analysis does not require any heuristic assumption, contrary to other algebraic approaches; instead, it uses a variant of an idea by Lyubashevsky to generate many samples from a small number of samples. This ma ...

... BinaryLWE problem with n samples in subexponential time 2(ln 2/2+o(1))n/ log log n . This analysis does not require any heuristic assumption, contrary to other algebraic approaches; instead, it uses a variant of an idea by Lyubashevsky to generate many samples from a small number of samples. This ma ...

Stochastic Search and Surveillance Strategies for

... throughout my masters work and for teaching me to think from a statistical perspective. I thank my other committee members, Prof Bassam Bamieh, Prof João Hespanha, and Prof Jeff Moehlis, for their help and support throughout my PhD. I thank all my collaborators for all their help throughout my PhD. ...

... throughout my masters work and for teaching me to think from a statistical perspective. I thank my other committee members, Prof Bassam Bamieh, Prof João Hespanha, and Prof Jeff Moehlis, for their help and support throughout my PhD. I thank all my collaborators for all their help throughout my PhD. ...

Fast Matrix Rank Algorithms and Applications - USC

... i=0 ci x in Fq k . The injective mapping f in the statement is just the identity mapping in this construction, i.e. f (c) = (c, 0, 0, . . . , 0). The overall preprocessing time is O(|A| + k2 log2 k log log k(log k + log q)) = O(|A|) field operations in Fqk . It follows directly that rank(A0 ) = rank ...

... i=0 ci x in Fq k . The injective mapping f in the statement is just the identity mapping in this construction, i.e. f (c) = (c, 0, 0, . . . , 0). The overall preprocessing time is O(|A| + k2 log2 k log log k(log k + log q)) = O(|A|) field operations in Fqk . It follows directly that rank(A0 ) = rank ...

SOME DISCRETE EXTREME PROBLEMS

... algorithms (for example, the estimatecalculating algorithms - ECA) it is required as it is possible to more precisely satisfy the specific system of conditions, which is described by the large number of linear inequalities and as a whole it can be contradictory. In the general case the solution of t ...

... algorithms (for example, the estimatecalculating algorithms - ECA) it is required as it is possible to more precisely satisfy the specific system of conditions, which is described by the large number of linear inequalities and as a whole it can be contradictory. In the general case the solution of t ...

Adaptive Computations Using Material Forces and

... on polygonal meshes [11]. This technique is described below and is used in Section 3 to construct C 0 admissible interpolants on quadtree meshes. The natural neighbor interpolations are based on the concept of Voronoi cells and its dual Delaunay triangulation . Consider a set of nodes that are used ...

... on polygonal meshes [11]. This technique is described below and is used in Section 3 to construct C 0 admissible interpolants on quadtree meshes. The natural neighbor interpolations are based on the concept of Voronoi cells and its dual Delaunay triangulation . Consider a set of nodes that are used ...

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... can be achieved with additional structures No general theoretical framework for structured sparsity that can quantify its effectiveness Goals ...

... can be achieved with additional structures No general theoretical framework for structured sparsity that can quantify its effectiveness Goals ...

The Range 1 Query (R1Q) Problem

... 1 − δ, âi ≤ ai + ε||a||1 . It uses t = dln 1δ e hash functions h1 . . . ht : {0 . . . n − 1} → {1 . . . b} chosen uniformly at random from a pairwise-independent family, where bucket size b = d eε e. These hash functions are used to update a 2-D matrix c[1 : t][1 : b] of bt counters initialized to ...

... 1 − δ, âi ≤ ai + ε||a||1 . It uses t = dln 1δ e hash functions h1 . . . ht : {0 . . . n − 1} → {1 . . . b} chosen uniformly at random from a pairwise-independent family, where bucket size b = d eε e. These hash functions are used to update a 2-D matrix c[1 : t][1 : b] of bt counters initialized to ...

Dynamic Programming

... from line 2 in order to minimize the total time through the factory for one car? ...

... from line 2 in order to minimize the total time through the factory for one car? ...

1. Metaheuristic_Pop-Based_McGill

... Mutation operator • Mutation operator is an individual process to modify offspring-solutions • In traditional variants of Genetic Algorithm the mutation operator is used to modify arbitrarely each componenet zi with a small probability: For i = 1 to n Generate a random number β [0, 1] If β < βmax ...

... Mutation operator • Mutation operator is an individual process to modify offspring-solutions • In traditional variants of Genetic Algorithm the mutation operator is used to modify arbitrarely each componenet zi with a small probability: For i = 1 to n Generate a random number β [0, 1] If β < βmax ...

Factoring via Strong Lattice Reduction Algorithms 1 Introduction

... Sc93] to 40{bit long integers. Their implementation needed several hours to compute a 5% fraction of the solution, i.e., 6 out of 125 congruences which are necessary to factorize the composite. In this report we describe a more ecient implementation using stronger lattice basis reduction technique ...

... Sc93] to 40{bit long integers. Their implementation needed several hours to compute a 5% fraction of the solution, i.e., 6 out of 125 congruences which are necessary to factorize the composite. In this report we describe a more ecient implementation using stronger lattice basis reduction technique ...

Analysis of Algorithms CS 465/665

... from line 2 in order to minimize the total time through the factory for one car? ...

... from line 2 in order to minimize the total time through the factory for one car? ...

Computing the Greatest Common Divisor of - CECM

... solve problems by reducing a complex problem into a number of easier problems. However, another problem that arises from this approach is the growth in the number of univariate GCD images required. In many cases, especially when polynomials are multivariate, G is sparse, i.e., the number of nonzero ...

... solve problems by reducing a complex problem into a number of easier problems. However, another problem that arises from this approach is the growth in the number of univariate GCD images required. In many cases, especially when polynomials are multivariate, G is sparse, i.e., the number of nonzero ...

Feature selection and extraction

... 2009, she visited the doctor only once each year, while in the first half on 2010, she already made 3 visits? ■ When estimating the result of a chess play, is it better to know that the black king is at D1 while white queen at H4, or is it better to know that the white queen threatens the black king ...

... 2009, she visited the doctor only once each year, while in the first half on 2010, she already made 3 visits? ■ When estimating the result of a chess play, is it better to know that the black king is at D1 while white queen at H4, or is it better to know that the white queen threatens the black king ...

Chapter 22

... Garantees that the elements are sorted. TreeSet is a concrete class that implements the SortedSet interface. You can use an iterator to traverse the elements in the sorted order Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Seventh Edition, (c) 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0136012 ...

... Garantees that the elements are sorted. TreeSet is a concrete class that implements the SortedSet interface. You can use an iterator to traverse the elements in the sorted order Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Seventh Edition, (c) 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0136012 ...

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... In one case, a and b refer to two different things that have the same value. In the second case, they refer to the same thing. These "things" have names--they are called objects. An object is something a variable can refer to. Every object has a unique identifier, which we can obtain with the id fun ...

... In one case, a and b refer to two different things that have the same value. In the second case, they refer to the same thing. These "things" have names--they are called objects. An object is something a variable can refer to. Every object has a unique identifier, which we can obtain with the id fun ...

NOVEL TRANSFORMATION TECHNIQUES USING Q-HEAPS WITH APPLICATIONS TO COMPUTATIONAL GEOMETRY

... least the following three problems. First, the standard fractional cascading technique would take a non-constant amount of time at each node. In fact, a search operation performed on the list associated with a tree node would require O(log log n) time, which negates the effect of a “fattened” primar ...

... least the following three problems. First, the standard fractional cascading technique would take a non-constant amount of time at each node. In fact, a search operation performed on the list associated with a tree node would require O(log log n) time, which negates the effect of a “fattened” primar ...

Streaming algorithms for embedding and computing edit distance in

... For the document exchange problem we rst apply our embedding and then ...

... For the document exchange problem we rst apply our embedding and then ...

E - Read

... Due to the randomization for selecting x, the running time for RandQS becomes a random variable. We are interested in the expected time complexity for RandQS. Randomized Algorithms, Lecture 1 ...

... Due to the randomization for selecting x, the running time for RandQS becomes a random variable. We are interested in the expected time complexity for RandQS. Randomized Algorithms, Lecture 1 ...

... For the document exchange problem we rst apply our embedding and then ...

Texts in Computational Complexity - The Faculty of Mathematics and

... a \correct" answer; that is, in the case of a search problem (resp., decision problem) we will be interested in the probability that M (x) is a valid solution for the instance x (resp., represents the correct decision regarding x). The foregoing description views the internal coin tosses of the mach ...

... a \correct" answer; that is, in the case of a search problem (resp., decision problem) we will be interested in the probability that M (x) is a valid solution for the instance x (resp., represents the correct decision regarding x). The foregoing description views the internal coin tosses of the mach ...