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UNA Week 1 Assignment - 2.1M
Programming Languages, 2nd edition by Tucker and Noonan, McGraw Hill, ISBN: 978-007-
2866094
Chapter 2: E X P1
2.7 Using the following grammar: /,
Etpr > Term +Etpr | Term * Expr I Term +
Term>OI |9|(Expr)| 75m
draw a parse.
Week 2 Assignment
Lun Zhang
Chapter 4:
a. By default any global name can be accessed in another compilation unit. Names are usually declared
in a .h (or header) file.
b. By declaring them to be static. Note that globals are static. In order to avoid intro
REPORT
PET ID
246
PET NAME
ROVER
PET TYPE
DOG
PET AGE
12
OWNER
SAM COOK
VISIT DATE
JAN 13/2012
MAR 27/2012
APR 02/2012
JAN 13/2014
PROCEDURE
01-RABIES VACCINATION
10 - EXAMINE and TREAT WOUND
05 - HEART WORM TEST
01 - RABIES VACCINATION
298
SPOT
DOG
2
TER
Intelligence:
A Managerial
Perspective on
Analytics
(3rd Edition)
Chapter 1:
An Overview on
Business Intelligence, Analytics
and Decision Support
Plan of the Book
Introduction
Chapter 1
Data Foundations
Chapter 2
BI & Analytics
Chapters 3-6
Emerging T
IDC 3931 Big Data
Chapter 5:
Text and Web Mining
Learning Objectives
Describe text mining and understand the
need for text mining
Differentiate between text mining, Web
mining and data mining
Understand the different application areas
for text mining
Business Intelligence:
A Managerial Approach
(3rd Edition)
Chapter 2:
Data Warehousing
Learning Objectives
Understand the basic definitions and
concepts of data warehouses
Describe the processes used in
developing and managing data
warehouses
Explain d
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Chapter Two
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. In a C+ program, two slash marks ( / ) indicate:
a. The end of a statement
b. The beginning of a comment
c. The end of the program
d. Th
Business
Intelligence:
A Managerial Perspective
on Analytics (3rd Edition)
Chapter 3:
Business Reporting,
Visual Analytics, and Business
Performance Management
Test Results
High Score: 202
Low Score: 130
Pt1: Avg=88%
Pt2: Avg=84.9%
Overall Avg= 89.2%
Florida State University
July 2014
Graduating Seniors
The Division of Student Affairs and The Career Center have administered a survey
to graduating seniors for over a decade, asking students about their post-college
plans and their overall FSU experience
Name:
Chapter 2 Assignment
40 points
1. List the attributes of a living thing (7 points)
2. What is the difference between an atom and an element? (4 points)
3. What is the difference between a molecule and a compound? Give an
example of each (6 points)
4
IDC 3931 Big Data
Statistics 101
Course Modules/Technologies Used!
Course Module
Technology Used
Data Warehousing
SQL Server
Statistical Analysis
Teradata
Data Mining 840 Million Rows
Teradata
Text Mining Sentiment Analysis
SPSS-Data Modeler
Data Visualiz
Biodiversity Directions
Students will create a collage on the computer of a food web from a specific biome to
demonstrate biodiversity as well as an understanding of symbiosis-mutualism, commensalism,
parasitism and predation; omnivore, herbivore, and car
1.
Determine the statistical variable types for each of the 37 columns in your DataMart
(MYSTORE table) and put these into your summary document. Possible choices are :
a. Quantitative
i. Discrete
ii. Interval
iii. Ratio
b. Categorical
i. Nominal
ii. Ordi
HOMEWORK_1
YOUSUF SADIQ MOHAMMED
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1. Show that the solution of T(n) = T(n - 1) + n is O(n^2).
Answer:
2. Use a recursion tree to determine a good asymptotic upper bound on the recurrence T(n) =
3T(n/2) + n. Use the substitution method to
HOMEWORK_7
YOUSUF SADIQ MOHAMMED
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1. Professor Bacon claims that the algorithm for strongly connected components would be
simpler if it used the original (instead of the transpose) graph in the second depth-first search
and scanned the ve
HOMEWORK_3
YOUSUF SADIQ MOHAMMED
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1. A d-ary heap is like a binary heap, but (with one possible exception) non-leaf nodes have d
children instead of 2 children.
a. How would you represent a d-ary heap in an array?
Answer:
Consider an arra
HOMEWORK_8
YOUSUF SADIQ MOHAMMED
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1. Run Dijkstras algorithm on the weighted graph below, using vertex A as the source. Write
the vertices in the order which they are marked and compute all distances at each step.
Answer:
2. Suppose we ch
HOMEWORK_5
YOUSUF SADIQ MOHAMMED
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1. Consider a modification of the rod-cutting problem in which, in addition to a price pi for each
rod, each cut incurs a fixed cost of c. The revenue associated with a solution is now the sum of
the pric
HOMEWORK_5
YOUSUF SADIQ MOHAMMED
[email protected]
1. Consider a modification of the rod-cutting problem in which, in addition to a price pi for each
rod, each cut incurs a fixed cost of c. The revenue associated with a solution is now the sum of
the pric
HOMEWORK_4
YOUSUF SADIQ MOHAMMED
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1. The birthday paradox asks how many people should be in a room so that the chances are better
than even that two of them will have the same birthday (month and day). Find the quite
unexpected answer to
HOMEWORK_8
YOUSUF SADIQ MOHAMMED
[email protected]
1. Run Dijkstras algorithm on the weighted graph below, using vertex A as the source. Write the
vertices in the order which they are marked and compute all distances at each step.
Answer:
2. Suppose we ch
HOMEWORK_6
YOUSUF SADIQ MOHAMMED
[email protected]
1. Consider the problem of making change for n cents using the fewest number of coins.
Assume that each coin's value is an integer.
a. Describe a greedy algorithm to make change consisting of quarters, di
HOMEWORK_7
YOUSUF SADIQ MOHAMMED
[email protected]
Professor Bacon claims that the algorithm for strongly connected components would be
simpler if it used the original (instead of the transpose) graph in the second depth-first
search and scanned the verti
HOMEWORK_3
YOUSUF SADIQ MOHAMMED
[email protected]
1. A d-ary heap is like a binary heap, but (with one possible exception) non-leaf nodes have d
children instead of 2 children.
a. How would you represent a d-ary heap in an array?
Answer:
Consider an arra
HOMEWORK_6
YOUSUF SADIQ MOHAMMED
[email protected]
1. Consider the problem of making change for n cents using the fewest number of coins.
Assume that each coin's value is an integer.
a. Describe a greedy algorithm to make change consisting of quarters, di
HOMEWORK_1
YOUSUF SADIQ MOHAMMED
[email protected]
1. We can express insertion sort as a recursive procedure as follows. In order to sort A[1.n], we
recursively sort A[1.n-1] and then insert A[n] into the sorted array A[1.n-1]. Write a recurrence
for the
Relational Algebra
In this assignment you will be writing relational algebra (not SQL) queries to select various sets of
data
The following queries are based on this schema.
The above schema describes a database for airline flight information. Each FLIGHT