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### CPSC5115_Hw02_Key

Course: CPSC 5115, Fall 2009
School: Columbus State University
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5115 CPSC Homework Set 2 Algorithm Analysis and Design Due Wednesday, September 28, 2005 DO NOT PLACE ANY WORK OR ANSWERS ON THIS QUESTION SHEET. WRITE ALL OF YOUR ANSWERS ON A SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER. 1. Problem 4 on page 91 of the textbook. &quot;Hypothesize a likely efficiency class of an algorithm based on the following empirical observations of its basic operation's count.&quot; Size Count 1000...

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Columbus State University - CPSC - 5115
CPSC 5115 Homework Set 1Algorithm Analysis and Design Due Wednesday, September 7, 20051. This is a TRUE / FALSE question, but you must show your work to justify your answers. Let T(N) = N2 + 5N + 6. a) TRUE or FALSE: T(N) (N2). b) TRUE or FALSE
Columbus State University - CPSC - 5115
Chapter 6 Matrices, Gaussian Elimination, and Matrix InversesChapter 6 of the textbook covers a number of topics, but we shall only cover those topics related to matrices. We shall present matrices within the context of linear equations. The discus
Columbus State University - CPSC - 5115
Chapter 11 Coping with the Limitations of Algorithm Power In this chapter, we shall consider a number of approaches to solving problems that appear to be intractable; i.e., the problems seem not to have efficient solutions. Note that there are two c
Columbus State University - CPSC - 5115
Chapter 3: Brute ForceThe brute-force design strategy is often the simplest and occasionally the best approach to solving a problem. This strategy is not sufficiently discussed in many algorithm design courses, possibly due to the mistaken idea that
Columbus State University - CPSC - 5115
Transitive Closure and Warshalls AlgorithmWe now begin the study of a number of algorithms related to paths in graphs. The first algorithm computes the transitive closure of a graph. This algorithm can be applied to either directed or undirected gra
Columbus State University - CPSC - 1105
CPSC 1105 Technological Solutions Spring 2008(CRN 50189)Instructor Dr. Edward L. Bosworth Center for Commerce and Technology 443 (706) 565-4128 FAX: (706) 565 3529 E-mail: bosworth_edward@colstate.edu website: http:/csc.colstate.edu/bosworth/ Off
Columbus State University - CPSC - 2008
CPSC 1105 Technological Solutions Spring 2008(CRN 50189)Instructor Dr. Edward L. Bosworth Center for Commerce and Technology 443 (706) 565-4128 FAX: (706) 565 3529 E-mail: bosworth_edward@colstate.edu website: http:/csc.colstate.edu/bosworth/ Off
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1 82CHAPTER 18 Power, Politics, and ConflictPower and Politics - Key Terms Power - The ability of one person or group to cause another person or group to do something that they otherwise might not have done. Organizational Politics - Activiti
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1 32CHAPTER 13CommunicationDefinitionCommunication: The sharing of information between two or more individuals or groups to reach a common understanding.Copyright 1999 Addison Wesley Longman3CHAPTER 13CommunicationThe Functions of
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1 72CHAPTER 17 Managing Global OrganizationsDeveloping Global Understanding - Key Terms Global Organization - An organization that produces or sells goods or services in more than one country. National Culture - The particular set of economic
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1 12EffectiveEffective Work Groups and Teams Work Groups CHAPTER 11 Key Terms Potential Performance - The highest level of performance that a group is capable of achieving at a given point in time. Process Losses - Performance difficulties that
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22CHAPTER 2 Individual Differences: Personality and AbilityDefinitionPersonality: The pattern of relatively enduring ways in which a person feels, thinks, and behaves.Copyright 1999 Addison Wesley Longman3CHAPTER 2 Individual Difference
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1 02CHAPTER 10 The Nature of Work Groups and TeamsDefinitionGroup: A set of two or more people who interact with each other to achieve certain goals or to meet certain needs.Copyright 1999 Addison Wesley Longman3CHAPTER 10 The Nature of
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72CHAPTER 7 Motivation Tools I: Job Design and Goal SettingDefinitionJob Design: The process of linking specific tasks to specific jobs and deciding what techniques, equipment, and procedures should be used to perform those tasks.Copyright
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62CHAPTER 6 The Nature of Work MotivationDefinitionWork Motivation: The psychological forces that determine the direction of a person's behavior in an organization, a person's level of effort, and a person's level of persistence.Copyright 1
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42CHAPTER 4 Perception, Attribution, and the Management of DiversityPerceptionPerception: The process by which individuals select, organize, and interpret the input from their senses. Schemas, motivational state, and mood all play a part in pe
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82CHAPTER 8 Motivation Tools II: Performance Appraisal, Pay, and CareersFIGURE 8.1Motivation ToolsCopyright 1999 Addison Wesley Longman3CHAPTER 8 Motivation Tools II: Performance Appraisal, Pay, and CareersPerformance AppraisalEvalu
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1 42CHAPTER 14Decision MakingDefinitionDecision Making: The process by which members of an organization choose a specific course of action to respond to both problems and opportunities.Copyright 1999 Addison Wesley Longman3CHAPTER 14
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12CHAPTER 1 Organizational Behavior and ManagementO.B. and Management Organizational Behavior provides a set of tools that allow: People to understand, analyze, and describe behavior in organizations. Managers to improve, enhance, or change
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32CHAPTER 3 The Experience of Work: Values, Attitudes, and MoodsDefinitions Work Values: A worker's personal convictions about what outcomes one should expect from work and how one should behave at work. Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic: Related to th
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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT BROWNSVILLE TEXAS SOUTHMOST COLLEGEMANA 6301.60: Management Theory/Organizational Behavior Location: South 107 Instructor: Tony Daboub Email: ajdaboub@utb1.utb.edu Web site: http:/ntmain.utb.edu/ajdaboub/Fall Semester, 2001
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Chapter ThirteenContemporary Trends in Organization Design2000 South-Western College Publishing Cincinnati, Ohio Daft, Organizational Theory and Design, 7/e1 13-1Factors Associated with Organizational ExcellenceCorporate Culture Organization
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Chapter SixManufacturing and Service Technologies2000 South-Western College Publishing Cincinnati, Ohio Daft, Organizational Theory and Design, 7/e6 -1Transformation Process for a Manufacturing CompanyENVIRONMENTOrganizationRaw Material In
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Chapter OneOrganizations and Organization Theory2000 South-Western College Publishing Cincinnati, Ohio Daft, Organization Theory and Design 7/e1-1Organization Theory in ActionaTopics a Current Challenges Global competition Organizati
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Chapter TwoStrategy, Organization Design, and Effectiveness2000 South-Western College Publishing Cincinnati, Ohio Daft, Organization Theory and Design 7/e21Top Management Role in Organization Direction, Design, and EffectivenessExternal Envi
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Chapter EightOrganization Size, Life Cycle, and Control2000 South-Western College Publishing Cincinnati, Ohio Daft, Organizational Theory and Design, 7/e8-1Differences Between Large and Small Organizations LARGE Economies of scale Global re
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Chapter TwelveConflict, Power and Politics2000 South-Western College Publishing Cincinnati, Ohio Daft, Organizational Theory and Design, 7/e1 12-1Sources of Conflict and Use of Rational vs. Political ModelSources of Potential Inter-group Conf
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Chapter TenInnovation and Change2000 South-Western College Publishing Cincinnati, Ohio Daft, Organizational Theory and Design, 7/e1 10-1Forces Driving the Need for Major Organizational ChangeGlobal Changes, Competition and Markets Technologi
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Chapter ElevenDecision-Making Processes2000 South-Western College Publishing Cincinnati, Ohio Daft, Organizational Theory and Design, 7/e11-1Today's Business Environment New strategies Reengineering Restructuring Mergers/Acquisitions Do
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Chapter 5Management's Social and Ethical ResponsibilitiesCopyright Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.5-1Chapter OutlineSocial Responsibility: Definition and Perspectivesx x xWhat Does Social Responsibility Involve? What Is th
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Chapter 13Motivating Job PerformanceCopyright Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.13-1Chapter OutlineMotivation Theoriesx x x xMaslows Needs Hierarchy Theory Herzbergs Two-Factor Theory Expectancy Theory Goal-Setting TheoryCo
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Chapter 4International Management and Cross-Cultural CompetenceCopyright Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.4-1Chapter OutlineGlobal Organizations for a Global Economy The Internationalization Process From Global Companies to T
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Chapter 1Managers and EntrepreneursCopyright Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.1-1Chapter OutlineManagement Defined Working with and through Others Achieving Organizational Objectives Balancing Effectiveness and Efficiency
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Texas Brownsville - MANA - 336162
Chapter 10Organizing in the 21st CenturyCopyright Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.10-1Chapter OutlineContingency Designx xThe Burns and Stalker Model The Lawrence and Lorsch ModelCopyright Houghton Mifflin Company. All r
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Texas Brownsville - MANA - 336162
Chapter 14Group Dynamics and TeamworkCopyright Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.14-1Chapter OutlineFundamental Group Dynamicsx x x x xWhat Is a Group? Types of Groups Attraction to Groups Roles Norms14-2Copyright Houghto
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Chapter 11Human Resource ManagementCopyright Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.11-1Chapter OutlineHuman Resource Planningx x x x xA Systems Perspective Assessing Current Needs Forecasting Future Needs Formulating a Staffing S
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Chapter 6The Basics of Planning and Project PlanningCopyright Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.6-1Chapter OutlineCoping with Uncertaintyx x xThree Types of Uncertainty Organizational Responses to Uncertainty Balancing Planne
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Chapter 2The Evolution of Management ThoughtCopyr ight H ought on Mi ffl in Company. All r ight s r eser ved.2-1Chapter OutlineThe Practice and Study of Management Information Overload An Interdisciplinary Field No Universally Accepted Th
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Texas Brownsville - MANA - 336162
Chapter 16Change, Conflict, and NegotiationCopyright Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.16-1Chapter OutlineChange: Organizational and Individual Perspectivesx xTypes of Organizational Change Individual Reactions to ChangeCopy
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Chapter 8Decision Making and Creative Problem SolvingCopyright Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.8-1Chapter OutlineChallenges for Decision Makersx x x xDealing with Complex Streams of Decisions Coping with Uncertainty Informa
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Chapter 7Strategic Management: Planning for Long-Term SuccessCopyr i ght H ought on Mi ffli n Company. All r ight s r eser ved.7-1Chapter OutlineStrategic Management = Strategic Planning + Implementation + ControlCopyr i ght H ought on M
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CHAPTER 7GROUPS AND TEAMWORKCOPYRIGHT 2001 PEARSON EDUCATION CANADA INC.1 CHLEARNING OBJECTIVES Define groups, distinguish between formal and informal groups and discuss the factors that lead to group formation. Discuss group developmen
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CHAPTER 9LEADERSHIPCOPYRIGHT 2001 PEARSON EDUCATION CANADA INC.1 CHLEARNING OBJECTIVESDefine and discuss the role of both formal and emergent leadership. Explain and critically evaluate the trait approach to leadership. Explain the
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CHAPTER 1ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR AND MANAGEMENTCOPYRIGHT 2001 PEARSON EDUCATION CANADA INC.1 CHLEARNING OBJECTIVES1. Define organizations and describe their basic characteristics. 2. Explain the concept of organizational behaviour and descri
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CHAPTER 14ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURECOPYRIGHT 2001 PEARSON EDUCATION CANADA INC.1 CHLEARNING OBJECTIVESDefine organizational structure and explain how it corresponds to division of labour. Discuss the relative merits of various forms of d
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CHAPTER5THEORIES OF WORK MOTIVATIONCOPYRIGHT 2001 PEARSON EDUCATION CANADA INC.1 CHLEARNINGOBJECTIVESDefine motivation, discuss its basic properties and distinguish it from performance. Compare and contrast intrinsic and extrinsic mot
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CHAPTER 8SOCIAL INFLUENCE, SOCIALIZATION, AND CULTURECOPYRIGHT 2001 PEARSON EDUCATION CANADA INC.1 CHLEARNING OBJECTIVESUnderstand the difference between information dependence and effect dependence. Differentiate compliance, identifica
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CHAPTER 3PERCEPTION, ATTRIBUTION, AND JUDGMENT OF OTHERSCOPYRIGHT 2001 PEARSON EDUCATION CANADA INC.1 CHLEARNING OBJECTIVESDefine perception and discuss some of the general factors that influence perception. Explain some basic biases
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CHAPTER 10COMMUNICATIONCOPYRIGHT 2001 PEARSON EDUCATION CANADA INC.1 CHLEARNING OBJECTIVESDefine communication and explain why communication by the strict chain of command is often ineffective. Discuss barriers to effective superiorsu
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CHAPTER 6MOTIVATION IN PRACTICECOPYRIGHT 2001 PEARSON EDUCATION CANADA INC.1 CHLEARNING OBJECTIVESDiscuss how to tie pay to performance on production jobs and the difficulties of wage incentive plans. Explain how to tie pay to perform
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CHAPTER 15ENVIRONMENT, STRATEGY, AND TECHNOLOGYCOPYRIGHT 2001 PEARSON EDUCATION CANADA INC.1 CHLEARNING OBJECTIVESDiscuss the components of an organization's external environment. Explain how environmental uncertainty and resource depen
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CHAPTER 13CONFLICT AND STRESSCOPYRIGHT 2001 PEARSON EDUCATION CANADA INC.1 CHLEARNING OBJECTIVES Define interpersonal conflict and review its causes in organizations. Explain the process by which conflict occurs. Discuss the various mo
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CHAPTER 11DECISION MAKINGCOPYRIGHT 2001 PEARSON EDUCATION CANADA INC.1 CHLEARNING OBJECTIVESDefine decision making and differentiate wellstructured and ill-structured problems Discuss the impact of framing and cognitive biases on the de
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CHAPTER 12POWER, POLITICS, AND ETHICSCOPYRIGHT 2001 PEARSON EDUCATION CANADA INC.1 CHLEARNING OBJECTIVES Define power and review the bases of individual power. Explain how people obtain power in organizations. Discuss the concept of em
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CHAPTER 2PERSONALITY AND LEARNINGCOPYRIGHT 2001 PEARSON EDUCATION CANADA INC.1 CHLEARNING OBJECTIVES Define personality and discuss its general role in influencing organizational behaviour. Discuss the &quot;Big Five&quot; dimensions of personali
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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT BROWNSVILLE TEXAS SOUTHMOST COLLEGE MANA 3365.60: Organizational Behavior Location: South 106 Fall Semester 2001 TTh: 1:40-2:55 P. M.Instructor: Tony Daboub Email: ajdaboub@utb1.utb.edu Web site: http:/ntmain.utb.edu/ajdaboub
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Chapter 9 THE ACQUISITION CYCLE- PURCHASING AND RECEIVING Overview of the Purchasing and Receiving FunctionsDocumenting the process: Identification of events Annotated narrative Workflow table Overview and detailed activity diagrams