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Introduction An to the Conjugate Gradient Method Without the Agonizing Pain Edition 1 1 4 Jonathan Richard Shewchuk August 4, 1994 School of Computer Science Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Abstract The Conjugate Gradient Method is the most prominent iterative method for solving sparse systems of linear equations. Unfortunately, many textbook treatments of the topic are written with neither...

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BYU - CS - 678
BYU - CS - 678
Mach Learn (2006) 63:183205DOI 10.1007/s10994-006-6266-6Classication-based objective functionsMichael Rimer Tony MartinezReceived: 3 June 2005 / Revised: 4 November 2005 / Accepted: 11 November 2005 /Published online: 3 March 2006Springer Science +
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1AV0.90.80.70.6BC0.50.40.30.2A: sigmoidB: EBA (x0=0.03)0.10-0.1C: EBA (x0=0.05)-0.050U0.050.11008060A: CR with EBAB: CR without EBAC: nither CR nor EBAAB10402008C0.04 0.06 0.08 0.1 0.12 0.14 0.16RError(%)Valid Tour
BYU - CS - 678
BYU - CS - 678
Relaxation and Hopfield NetworksNeural NetworksNeural Networks - HopfieldBibliographyHopfield, J. J., &quot;Neural networks and physical systems with emergentcollective computational abilities,&quot; Proceedings of the National Academy ofSciences 79:2554-2558
BYU - CS - 678
Speech Recognition and HMM LearninglOverview of speech recognition approaches Standard Bayesian Model Features Acoustic Model Approaches Language Model Decoder IssueslHidden Markov Models HMM Basics HMM in SpeechlForward, Backward, and Viter
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13 The Hopeld ModelOne of the milestones for the current renaissance in the eld of neural networks was the associative model proposed by Hopeld at the beginning of the 1980s. Hopelds approach illustrates the way theoretical physicists like to think about
BYU - CS - 678
1Learning Deep Architectures for AIYoshua BengioDept. IRO, Universit de Montr aleeC.P. 6128, Montreal, Qc, H3C 3J7, CanadaYoshua.Bengio@umontreal.cahttp:/www.iro.umontreal.ca/bengioyTo appear in Foundations and Trends in Machine LearningAbstract
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Department of Computer ScienceUniversity of Torontohttp:/learning.cs.toronto.edu6 Kings College Rd, TorontoM5S 3G4, Canadafax: +1 416 978 1455cCopyright Georey Hinton 2010.August 2, 2010UTML TR 2010003A Practical Guide to TrainingRestricted Bol
BYU - CS - 678
Deep LearningllllEarly WorkWhy Deep LearningStacked Auto EncodersDeep Belief NetworksCS 678 Deep Learning1Deep Learning OverviewllTrain networks with many layers (vs. shallow nets withjust a couple of layers)Multiple layers work to build a
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newsScience | DOI:10.1145/1859204.1859210Gary AnthesTopic models Vs.unstructured DataWith topic modeling, scientists can explore andunderstand huge collections of unlabeled information.To p iC M o d e linG, an amalgam of ideas drawn fromcomputer
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APPENDIXHA C + + / J AvAC o m PA r I s o NNew LanguagesLearning to move from one language to another is a fact of life for todays software professionals. Whether or not C+ is your first programming language, it willundoubtedly not be your last. It
BYU - CS - 142
BYU - CS - 142
APPENDIXGBIt AND ShIftO P E r At I O N SThere are four bit operations in C+: the unary negation (~) and the binary and (&amp;),or (|), and exclusive or (^), often called xor.Tables 1 and 2 show the truth tables for the bit operations in C+. When a bit o
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APPENDIXNumbErSyStEmSFbinary NumbersDecimal notation represents numbers as powers of 10, for example1729decimal = 1 103 + 7 10 2 + 2 101 + 9 100There is no particular reason for the choice of 10, except that several historical number systems were
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APPENDIXEC+ LIbrArySummAryStandard Code LibrariesStandard Code Libraries&lt;cmath&gt;double sqrt(double x)Function:Squareroot, xdouble pow(double x, double y)Function:Power,xy.Ifx&gt;0,ycanbeanyvalue.Ifxis0,ymustbe&gt;0.Ifx&lt;
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Chapter14SetS, MapS,and priorityQueueSChapter GoalSto become familiar with the set, map, andpriority queue data typesto understand the implementation of binary search treesand heapsto learn about the efficiency of operations on tree structuresC
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Chapter11reCursionChapter Goalsto learn to think recursivelyto be able to use recursive helperfunctionsto understand the relationship between recursion and iterationto understand when the use of recursion affects the efficiency of an algorithmto
BYU - CS - 142
APPENDIXEC+ LIbrArySummAryStandard Code LibrariesStandard Code Libraries&lt;cmath&gt;double sqrt(double x)Function:Squareroot, xdouble pow(double x, double y)Function:Power,xy.Ifx&gt;0,ycanbeanyvalue.Ifxis0,ymustbe&gt;0.Ifx&lt;
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Chapter12Sorting andSearChingChapter goalSto compare the selection sort andmerge sort algorithmsto study the linear search and binarysearch algorithmsto appreciate that algorithms for the same task can differ widely in performanceto understand t
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BYU - CS - 142
BYU - CS - 142
BYU - MATH - 110
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BYU - MATH - 110
BYU - MATH - 110
MATH 110 - Exam 4 - Fall 2010 - All SectionsNo books, notes, or calculators allowed.Do NOT write on this exam.There is no time limit.1.Which one of the conics is represented by the equation 2 x 2 + 6 x ! 3 y 2 = 6( x ! 1) + 9(a) circle2.( 2,2)(
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Math 110Exam IVFall 2009All Sections including Salt Lake Center1. The equation 4x2 + y 2 8x + 4y + 4 = 0 is what type of conic section:(d) circle(a) parabola(b) ellipse(c) hyperbola(e) none of the above2. What is the center of the ellipse given
BYU - MATH - 110
MATH 110 - Exam 3 - Fall 2010 - All SectionsNo books, notes, or calculators allowed.Do NOT write on this exam.There is no time limit.1. Find the domain of the composite function f g where f (x) =(a)1x x = ,x = 72(c)x x = 2, x =(b)11x x = ,x
BYU - MATH - 110
MATH 110 - Exam 3 - Winter 2011 - All SectionsNo books, notes, or calculators allowed.Do NOT write on this exam.There is no time limit.1. Find the domain of the composite function f g where f (x) =(a)1x x = , x = 32(b)x x = 1, x = 12(c)x x =
BYU - MATH - 110
Math 110January 1221, 2011Test 1All Sections including SL CenterDo not write on this exam.yThe graph of y = f (x) is given:1321112x32Choose the graph for each of the following functions. An answer may be used more than once.1. y = f (|x|
BYU - MATH - 110
Math 110September 818, 2010Test 1All Sections including SL CenterDo not write on this exam.yThe graph of y = f (x) is given:1321112x32Choose the graph for each of the following functions. An answer may be used more than once.1. y = f (|x
BYU - MATH - 110
MATH 110 - Exam 2 - Fall 2010 - All SectionsNo books, notes, or calculators allowed.Do NOT write on this exam.There is no time limit.1. Which of the following functions could have the graph shown below?(a) f (x) = (x + 3)4 + 4(b) f (x) = (x + 3)4 +
BYU - MATH - 110
Math 110September 717, 2011Test 1All Sections including SL CenterDo not write on this exam.yThe graph of y = f (x) is given:1321112x32Choose the graph for each of the following functions. An answer may be used more than once.1. y = f (x)
BYU - MATH - 110
Math 110September 818, 2010Test 1All Sections including SL CenterDo not write on this exam.yThe graph of y = f (x) is given:1321112x32Choose the graph for each of the following functions. An answer may be used more than once.1. y = f (|x
BYU - MATH - 110
Math 110 Placement Exam SolutionsFRACTION ARITHMETIC111. Find the sum. +231321+=+=Solution Convert to a common denominator. Then add numerators.23663+25=66Google Help: addition of fractions2. Find the dierence.12233412Solution Co
BYU - MATH - 110
Math 110September 919, 2009Test 1All Sections including SL CenterDo not write on this exam.yThe graph of y = f (x) is given:1321112x32Choose the graph for each of the following functions. An answer may be used more than once.1. y = f (|x
BYU - MATH - 110
Math 110 Placement ExamA prepared student for Math 110 should be familiar with the material in this exam and be able tosolve the problems without a calculator and without working backwards from the answers.FRACTION ARITHMETIC1. Find the sum.(a)351
BYU - MATH - 110
Math 110 All Sections Exam 4April 1st -7thWinter 20101. Which one of the conics is represented by the equationa) hyperbola b) parabola c) ellipsed) circlee) none of the above2. Find the asymptotes of the hyperbolaa)b)c)d)3. Find the center of
BYU - MATH - 110
Math 110April 1617, 1921, 2010Final ExamAll Sections including SL Center1. What is the range of the function dened by the equation y = x2 + 6x + 3?(a) (, 3](b) (, 6](c) (, 9](d) (, 12] (e) (, 15] (f) (, 18]2. If b and c are real numbers so that t
BYU - MATH - 110
Math 110April 16, 1821, 2011Final ExamAll Sections including SL CenterDo not write on this exam.1. What is the range of the function dened by the equation y = 2x2 + 4x?(a) [4, )(b) (4, )(c) [2, )(d) (2, )(e) (, 4) (f) (, 2)2. If b and c are rea
BYU - MATH - 110
Math 110Dec 1418, 2009Final ExamAll Sections including SL CenterDo not write on this exam.1. What is the range of the function dened by the equation y = x2 + 4x?(a) [4, )(b) (4, )(c) [2, )(d) (2, )(e) (, 4] (f) (, 2)2. If b and c are real numbe
BYU - MATH - 110
Math 110Dec 1317, 2010Final ExamAll Sections including SL CenterDo not write on this exam.1. What is the domain of the function dened by the equation y =(x + 1)2?x3 2x2 + x(a) (, 1) (1, 0) (0, 1) (1, )(b) (, 0) (0, 1) (1, )(c) (, 1) (1, 0) (0,
BYU - MATH - 110
Math 110 Exam 3: Winter 20104 Mar 2010 - 10 Mar 20101. Find the domain of the f g where f ( x) =(b) cfw_ x| x3, x(c) cfw_ x| x0, x2/32. Find the inverse of f ( x) =(c) f ( x) =14x4x+x+243, x(f) cfw_ x| x00, x(e) cfw_ x| x0(b) f 1 (
BYU - MATH - 111
Math 111 Test 31. Find the exact value oftan13.3(a) 0(b)2(c)637(e) 64(f) 3(d) 2. Find the exact value of cos1 (cos 2 )(a) 2(b) (c) 02(e) 3(f) None of above(d) 3. Solve the equation for x. 50 sin1 (x) = 25 .(a) 0(b) 1(c) 11
BYU - MATH - 111
Math 111 Test 1The graph of y = f (x) is given in Figure 1:Figure 1: Graph of f (x)Match the graphs (a)-(h) to the functions (numbered 1-8). An answer may be used more thanonce.1. y = f (x) + 32. y = 1 f (x)23. y = f ( 1 x)24. y = f (x 1)5. y =
BYU - MATH - 111
Math 111 Test 21. The measure of an angle is 130 . Find the measure of the angle in radians.(a)(b)(c)(d)(e)1318131813181318342. The length of a arc is 6 and the radius of the circle is 10, nd the measure of the centralangle.(a)3535
BYU - MATH - 111
Math 111Winter 2011Test 3%1. Find the exact value of cos \$% &amp;'(.A. 0B.*C.+*D.,*E.-*F. Does not exist'0*2. Find the exact value of sin\$% &amp;sin &amp; 1 (.A. 3*1*B. 1C.*D.13*E.13. Solve the following equation for x: 24 tan\$%() = 4
BYU - MATH - 111
BYU - MATH - 111
Math 111Test 21. The measure of an angle in radians isA.B.. Find the measure of the angle in degrees.C.E. 35D.2. s denotes the length of the arc of a circle of radius r subtended by a central angle . If the arclength s is 6 ft, and the radius r
BYU - MATH - 111
BYU - MATH - 111
Math 111Test 1The graph of2is given:1-4-3-2-101234-1-2Choose the graph for each of the following functions. An answer may be used more than once.1.5.2.6.A.3.7.4.8.B.221-4-3-2-1101234-4-3-2-10C.D.-2-1012
BYU - MATH - 111
Math 111PretestyThe graph of y = f (x) is given:1321112x32Choose the graph for each of the following functions. An answer may be used more than once.1. y = f (|x|)2. y = f (x)3. y = 2f (2x)4. y = |f (x)|5. y = f (x + 1)6. y = f (x) 17
BYU - MATH - 111
MATH 111 - Final - Summer 2011 - Section 1No books, notes, or calculators allowed.There is no time limit.1. In a right triangle, A = 53 and b = 6. Find the length of the hypotenuse c.6(a) sin(53 )(b) 6 sin(53 )6(c) cos(53 )(d) 6 cos(53 )6(e) ta
BYU - MATH - 111
Math 111Final Exam1. In the given right triangle = 7 and = 40. Find the hypotenuse c.(a) 7 sec 50(b) 7 cos 40(d) 7 sin 50c(c) 7 csc 40(e) 7 sec 40b40 = 7(Drawingnottoscale)(f) 7 sin 402. Use fundamental identities and/or the complementary an
BYU - MATH - 111
MATH 111 - Exam 2 - Summer 2011 - Section 1No books, notes, or calculators allowed.Do NOT write on this exam.There is no time limit.1. The measure of an angle is 75 . Find the measure of the angle in radians.(a)512(b) 512(c)34(d)5125(e) 1
BYU - MATH - 111
Math 111Final Exam1. In the given right triangleand. Find the length of leg a.c(a)(b)b=9(c)62(d)(e)(f)(Drawing not to scale)2. Use fundamental identities and/or the complementary angle theorem to find the value of thefollowing expression:
BYU - MATH - 111
MATH 111 - Exam 1 - Summer 2011 - Section 1No books, notes, or calculators allowed.Do NOT write on this exam.There is no time limit.For problems 1-4 choose the equation that yields the given graph.1. (a) (x 1)2 + y 2 = 1(b) (x 1)2 + (y 2)2 = 1(c) (
BYU - MATH - 111
MATH 111 - Exam 3 - Summer 2011 - Section 1No books, notes, or calculators allowed.There is no time limit.1. Find the exact value of tan1 (1).(a)4(b)34(c)54(d)74(e)94(f)114(f)109(f)232. Find the exact value of cos1 (cos( 10 ).9
Rutgers - POLI SCI - 381
Rutgers UniversityDepartment of Political ScienceComparative Politics: Post-communist Democracies (790:381)Kelly ClancyFall 2010Kelly.A.Clancy@gmail.comRoom: SC 214Office Hours: Thursdays 3-5, Hickman Hall 401Course Overview:This class will exami
St. Johns - MGMT - 600
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St. Johns - MGMT - 600
Case Study on: GlaxoSmithKlineCaseOBJECTIVE:GSKTOSUPPLYANTIRETROVIRALS AND ANTI-MALARIALS ATSUSTAINABLE PREFERENTIAL PRICES FOR ELIGIBLECUSTOMERS IN THE LEAST DEVELOPED COUNTRIESAND ALL SUB-SAHARAN AFRICAN COUNTRIES.Eligible customers include th