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Conservation of Energy:
Energy of Falling Objects
Galileo tried to prove that all falling objects accelerate downward at the same rate. Falling
objects do accelerate downward at the same rate in a vacuum. Air resistance, howe
Circular Motion Notes
Why do objects move in circles?
The centripetal force here is just the friction force between the
tires and the road. There is also a contribution to the centripetal
force from the banked track. These two forces are pointing
toward t
Traveling to our Dreams
Kevin Riera , Hayden Christensen
Motivation:
Our main motivation/purpose behind this project stems from our previous experiences traveling.
Since we have both travelled to South America, and Im from Ecuador, we decided to
incorpora
Problem A
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Air Conditioning Machinery
Input file: ducts.in
You are a technician for the Air Conditioning Machinery company (ACM). Unfortunately, when you arrive at a
customer site to install some air conditioning ducts, you discover that you are running
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
18.433: Combinatorial Optimization
Michel X. Goemans
Handout 21
May 14th, 2007
Lecture notes on the ellipsoid algorithm
The simplex algorithm was the first algorithm proposed for linear programming, and
although the a
CSE 3500 Algorithms and Complexity Yufeng Wu Spring 2017
Homework 6 - Due: 03/20/17 at the end of the day.
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Divide and conquer
An array A[1, n] is said to have a majority element if more than half of its entries are the same.
Given an array, the task is
CSE 3500 Algorithms and Complexity Yufeng Wu Spring 2017
Homework 3 - Due: Monday 02/13/17 at the end of the day.
Note this homework is slightly shorter than the last two and has an earlier deadline.
1
Manually run the topological sort algorithm
Run the D
CSE 3500 Algorithms and Complexity Yufeng Wu Spring 2017
Homework 1 - Due: 01/25/17.
About homework submission. You must submit a PDF file in HuskyCT. This will help our grader
in the grading. I think typing a solution also helps you to think and allow yo
CSE 3500 Algorithms and Complexity Yufeng Wu Spring 2017
Homework 2 - Due: 02/01/17 at the end of the day.
1
Asymptotic Notations
For this problem, you need to base your answer on the definitions of the asymptotic notations (not
the common sense rules).
1
CSE 3500 Algorithms and Complexity Yufeng Wu Spring 2017
Homework 5 - Due: 03/06/17 at the end of the day.
1
Minimum spanning tree
Do problem 4.9 on page 192 of the textbook. For your convenience, here is the problem. Let
G = (V, E) be a connected (undire
Bottom-Up Algorithms
Going bottom-up is a way to avoid recursion, saving the memory cost that recursion incurs when
it builds up the call stack.
Put simply, a bottom-up algorithm starts from the beginning, while a recursive algorithm starts
from the end a
CSE 3500 Algorithms and Complexity Yufeng Wu Spring 2017
Programming Assignment One - Due: 02/08/17 at the end of the day.
In this assignment, you are going to implement two algorithms for determining whether a number
is a sum of two numbers in a given li
CSE 3500 Algorithms and Complexity Yufeng Wu Spring 2017
Homework 4 - Due: 02/20/17 (Monday) at the end of the day.
1
Coin Change
We now prove the simple greedy algorithm for the coin change problem with quarters, dimes, nickels
and pennies are optimal (i
Packet Tracer - Investigate Unicast, Broadcast, and Multicast
Traffic
Topology
Objectives
Part 1: Generate Unicast Traffic
Part 2: Generate Broadcast Traffic
Part 3: Investigate Multicast Traffic
Background / Scenario
This activity will examine unicast, b
Packet Tracer - Web and Email
Topology
Objectives
Part 1: Configure and Verify Web Services
Part 2: Configure and Verify Email Services
Background
In this activity, you will configure web and email services using the simulated server in Packet Tracer. You
Lab Using the Windows Calculator with Network Addresses
Objectives
Part 1: Access the Windows Calculator
Part 2: Convert between Numbering Systems
Part 3: Convert Host IPv4 Addresses and Subnet Masks into Binary
Part 4: Determine the Number of Hosts in a
Switch Trio
Objective
Verify the Layer 2 configuration of a switch port connected to an end station.
Scenario
You are the network administrator for a small- to medium-sized business. Corporate headquarters for your
business has mandated that on all switch
Foreign Affairs, The Hague; pp. 23-69 Scudder, T., and M.C. Acreman, 1996, Water management for the
conservation of the Kafue wetlands, Zambia and the practicalities of artificial flood releases. In: M.C.
Acreman and G.E. Hollis (eds.), Water management a
flows (HR Walingford, 2001) WaterNet / CCR / ISRI / Catalic / UNESCO-IHE Delft / UZ for UNESCO Course
A Basics of Water Resources 91 The hypothetical instream flow requirement created using the Building
Block Methodology is shown in Figure 6.3. Jan Feb Ma
of Water Resources 89 An important consideration in site selection is the ease with which the flow
through the site can be measured or calculated. Discharge through a riffle is relatively difficult to
measure directly with any confidence by manual flow ga
different spatial scales affect each other. Historically, the decision-making process has been iterative,
with an initial focus on the smaller spatial scales, especially in heavily committed parts of a basin. With
the steadily increasing pressures on our
changes in habitat resulting from changes in instream flow to be quantified and thus provides answers to
what if water management questions. Hydraulic modelling techniques such as PHABSIM require
detailed hydraulic and morphological surveys and knowledge
IHE Delft / UZ for UNESCO Course A Basics of Water Resources 87 expressed as a percentage of the mean
annual flow, with different percentages used for wet and dry seasons (Table 6.1). Table 6.1: Instream
flow recommendations using the Tennant method Recom