Terminology: Lecture 1 Name:_____________________

... a function for the number of times that the basic operation is performed related to the problem size. problem size - input size. For algorithms involving lists/arrays, the problem size is the number of elements. def sumList(myList): """Returns the sum of all items in myList""" total = 0 for item in ...

... a function for the number of times that the basic operation is performed related to the problem size. problem size - input size. For algorithms involving lists/arrays, the problem size is the number of elements. def sumList(myList): """Returns the sum of all items in myList""" total = 0 for item in ...

CS4618 - Computer Science

... Lecturer(s): Staff, Department of Computer Science Module Objective: Students will explore the state of the art in Artificial Intelligence (AI). Module Content: Topics will be selected from the following and others: advanced AI search; natural language processing; randomised search heuristics (e.g., ...

... Lecturer(s): Staff, Department of Computer Science Module Objective: Students will explore the state of the art in Artificial Intelligence (AI). Module Content: Topics will be selected from the following and others: advanced AI search; natural language processing; randomised search heuristics (e.g., ...

models solutions for the second midterm

... containing the larger numbers, because it happens in the case where the middle element of the list am was smaller than the target value x. Since the condition checks that i < m, this has to be the first half of the list. This is why the input list needs to have been in decreasing order. The pseudo-c ...

... containing the larger numbers, because it happens in the case where the middle element of the list am was smaller than the target value x. Since the condition checks that i < m, this has to be the first half of the list. This is why the input list needs to have been in decreasing order. The pseudo-c ...

ANALYSIS OF ALGORITHMS

... Worst-case versus average-case (difficult to be exact : range) Implicit operations loop control actions array access ...

... Worst-case versus average-case (difficult to be exact : range) Implicit operations loop control actions array access ...

Journal Publications

... formed by authors, papers they have published,and venues in which they were published. developed an approach named COSNET to connect AMiner with several professional social networks,such as LinkedIn and VideoLectures, which significantly enriches the scholar metadata. AMiner offers a set of rese ...

... formed by authors, papers they have published,and venues in which they were published. developed an approach named COSNET to connect AMiner with several professional social networks,such as LinkedIn and VideoLectures, which significantly enriches the scholar metadata. AMiner offers a set of rese ...

From Keyword-based Search to Semantic Search, How Big Data

... • Semantic Search focuses on understanding the meaning behind the search keywords. • Semantic Search at CB was enabled by implementing a workflow that analyzes billions of search logs using the Big Data platform. • The workflow runs continuously to handle any manually curation proposed by data analy ...

... • Semantic Search focuses on understanding the meaning behind the search keywords. • Semantic Search at CB was enabled by implementing a workflow that analyzes billions of search logs using the Big Data platform. • The workflow runs continuously to handle any manually curation proposed by data analy ...

ICS 271 Fall 2014 Instructor : Kalev Kask

... named T hree, and a 4 liter jug, named F our. Initially, T hree and F our are empty. Either jug can be filled with water from a tap, T , and we can discard water from either jug down a drain, D. Water may be poured from one jug into the other. There is no additional measuring device. We want to find ...

... named T hree, and a 4 liter jug, named F our. Initially, T hree and F our are empty. Either jug can be filled with water from a tap, T , and we can discard water from either jug down a drain, D. Water may be poured from one jug into the other. There is no additional measuring device. We want to find ...

Solutions to Assignment 2.

... n/2 − k/2 and n/2 + k/2. Then run through the list S and output all the values that are between the two found values. 6. Problem 9.3-8. To get an O(lg n)-time algorithm for this search problem, we will need to eliminate half the input at each step. Note that finding the median in a sorted array A of ...

... n/2 − k/2 and n/2 + k/2. Then run through the list S and output all the values that are between the two found values. 6. Problem 9.3-8. To get an O(lg n)-time algorithm for this search problem, we will need to eliminate half the input at each step. Note that finding the median in a sorted array A of ...

Resources - CSE, IIT Bombay

... block. These options have to be searched in order to arrive at the right sequence of actions. ...

... block. These options have to be searched in order to arrive at the right sequence of actions. ...

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

... The basic algorithms for search Strengths and weaknesses of the basic algorithms ...

... The basic algorithms for search Strengths and weaknesses of the basic algorithms ...

Numbering Systems

... Method II: Binary-To-Decimal Conversion by DOUBLE-DABBLE METHOD A method of converting binary numbers to decimal equivalents (referred to as the doubledabble or double-dibble method) is performed as follows. Write a 1 over the 1 farthest left in the binary number to be converted. Moving to the righ ...

... Method II: Binary-To-Decimal Conversion by DOUBLE-DABBLE METHOD A method of converting binary numbers to decimal equivalents (referred to as the doubledabble or double-dibble method) is performed as follows. Write a 1 over the 1 farthest left in the binary number to be converted. Moving to the righ ...

cosc2007ass2a

... words) into a binary search tree. Then, you will walk through a text document, checking each word in the document against the dictionary; if the word is present, it is spelled correctly, and if not, indicate it as misspelled. In more detail, you will first load the dictionary (formatted in an alphab ...

... words) into a binary search tree. Then, you will walk through a text document, checking each word in the document against the dictionary; if the word is present, it is spelled correctly, and if not, indicate it as misspelled. In more detail, you will first load the dictionary (formatted in an alphab ...

Course Plan

... *. Suppose Gupta is to be deleted from the array. How many names must be moved to new locations? ...

... *. Suppose Gupta is to be deleted from the array. How many names must be moved to new locations? ...

aladdin - SigPort

... • Query-Adaptive Fusion (Zheng et al, CVPR 2015) • Generic Attributes and Categories (Tao et al, CVPR 2015) ...

... • Query-Adaptive Fusion (Zheng et al, CVPR 2015) • Generic Attributes and Categories (Tao et al, CVPR 2015) ...

Problem solving by search

... Among its many world-wide effects, the El Niño phenomenon can sometimes lead to a split jet stream over North America. It is also known that split jet streams can lead to wetter winters in the Southwest US. They have also been known to cause drier winters in the Northwest US. Some relevant numbers a ...

... Among its many world-wide effects, the El Niño phenomenon can sometimes lead to a split jet stream over North America. It is also known that split jet streams can lead to wetter winters in the Southwest US. They have also been known to cause drier winters in the Northwest US. Some relevant numbers a ...

Lecture 11: Algorithms - United International College

... Binary Search Example: Find index of 13 in (1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16) Start: i=1, j=12, x = 13 (1) m = ⌊(i+j)/2 =13/2⌋ = 6 and am = 7. Since x > 7, we set i = m+1 = 7 and continue searching in (8 10 12 13 15 16). [i=7, j=12] (2) m = ⌊(i+j)/2⌋ = 9 and am = 12. Since x > 12, we set i = ...

... Binary Search Example: Find index of 13 in (1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16) Start: i=1, j=12, x = 13 (1) m = ⌊(i+j)/2 =13/2⌋ = 6 and am = 7. Since x > 7, we set i = m+1 = 7 and continue searching in (8 10 12 13 15 16). [i=7, j=12] (2) m = ⌊(i+j)/2⌋ = 9 and am = 12. Since x > 12, we set i = ...

Artificial Intelligence

... Among its many world-wide effects, the El Niño phenomenon can sometimes lead to a split jet stream over North America. It is also known that split jet streams can lead to wetter winters in the Southwest US. They have also been known to cause drier winters in the Northwest US. Some relevant numbers a ...

... Among its many world-wide effects, the El Niño phenomenon can sometimes lead to a split jet stream over North America. It is also known that split jet streams can lead to wetter winters in the Southwest US. They have also been known to cause drier winters in the Northwest US. Some relevant numbers a ...