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Summary
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Key Assumptions/Qualifications
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Memorandum of Agreement (MOA)
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ACCOUNTING FOR TRANSACTIONS, THE ACCOUNTING EQUATION AND THE TRIAL BALANCE
Key Terms and Concepts to Know
The Accounting Cycle (first four steps): Analyze transactions to understand them and determine their
er recognizes that these two
ltering steps are really the same and only computes one of OK1 and OK2. _ The reason a-priori often
saves a lot of time is because the join of four relations at the last step [computation of OK($1;$2)] can be
carried out in an
itively,wesolvetherecursivede
nitionof\importance":apageisimportantifimportantpageslinkto it. Create a stochastic matrix of the Web;
that is:
1. Each page i corresponds to row i and column i of the matrix.
2. If page j has n successors (links), then the i
in optimizations later.
2. A
lter condition that says when the values of the parameters yields a query result that we accept. _ Note
that the query
ock is really a single query about its parameters; the parametrized-query componentisnot the real query.
Ex
these values repeatedly. The
rst four iterations give the following estimates:
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n = 1 1 5/4 9/8 5/4 m = 1 1/2 3/4 1/2 11/16 a = 1 3/2 1 11/8 17/16
In the limit, the solution is n = a =6 =5; m =3 =5. That is, Netscape and Amazon each have the same
import
ively, or else it could never
ndhigh-interestssetscomposedofthemanywordsithasneverlookedat.Some(butnotall)ofthe constructions
that DICE uses to create new sets are:
1. Two random words. This is the only rule that is independent of the heavy edge assumptio
umns must be close.
3.7 Ampli
cation of 1's (Hamming LSH)
If columns are not sparse, but have about 50% 1's, then we don't need min-hashing; a random collection
of rowsservesasasignature. Hamming LSH constructs a series of matrices, each with half as many
. 4: the top 100 rows in the
rst column includes some rows that are not among the top 100 rows for the second column. Then an
estimate of the similarity ofSig1 and Sig2 can be computed as follows: jSig1 \Sig2j= 100a a + c because on
average, the fraction
each initially [1;1;1], the
rst three iterations of the equations for ~a and ~ h are:
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an = 1 5 24 114 am = 1 5 24 114 aa = 1 4 18 84
hn = 1 6 28 132 hm = 1 2 8 36 ha = 1 4 20 96
Forinstance,thevector ~a, properly scaled, will converge to a vector where
=2 0 0 3 5 2 4 n m a 3 5 The
rst steps of the solution are:
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Ne
Am
MS
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n = 1 1 3/4 5/8 1/2 m = 1 3/2 7/4 2 35/16 a = 1 1/2 1/2 3/8 5/16
Now, m convergesto3,and n = a = 0. 2
5.3 Google Solution to Dead Ends and S
page within
nite bounds.
De
ne a matrix A whose rows and columns correspond to Web pages, with entry Aij = 1 if page i links to page
j, and 0 if not. _ Notice that AT, the transpose of A, looks like the matrix used for computing Page rank,
but AT has 1's
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Finance Unit 1 HW
1. The goal of the firm is to maximize shareholder value. In order to run a successful company, you
need to be making money. Shareholders and stock value determine the value of your company.
Every other goal is secondary be
LECTURES 15, 16, 17
Heat exchangers
Heat exchangers are devices where two moving
fluid streams exchange heat without mixing.
Heat is transferred from the hot fluid to the cold
one.
Under steady operation, the mass flow rate of
each fluid stream flowing th
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CHAPTER
Legislative Sources
of Authority
Learning Objectives
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Distinguish between primary and secondary tax authority.
Understand the historical development of the tax law.
Describe the legislative process for a tax bill.
Detail the o