GEOLOGY Vol. IV Geology of Base-Metal Deposits - Sangster D.F.
GEOLOGY OF BASE-METAL DEPOSITS
Sangster D.F.
North Gower, Canada
Keywords: base metals, copper, lead, zinc, hydrothermal, mineral deposit type,
volcanogenic massive sulfide, Mississippi Valley
Recursion
s
s
s
s
s
s
General Form of Recursive methods
Examples of Simple Recursion
Hand Simulating Recursive methods
Proving Recursive methods Correct
Modeling Recursion via Onions
Recursive methods on Naturals/Integers
Recursion
s
s
Recursion is a prog
Binary Search Trees
Comp 122, Spring 2004
Binary Trees
Recursive definition
1. An empty tree is a binary tree
2. A node with two child subtrees is a binary tree
3. Only what you get from 1 by a finite number of
applications of 2 is a binary tree.
56
26
I
Module #14:
Recursion
Rosen 5th ed., 3.4-3.5
In this class, we will study recursion, one of the most important topics
in computer science.
In the last class, we talk about mathematical induction:
when P(n-1) is true, P(n) is also true
Now recursion is a l
Divide and Conquer
(Merge Sort)
Comp 122, Spring 2004
Divide and Conquer
Recursive in structure
Divide the problem into sub-problems that are
similar to the original but smaller in size
Conquer the sub-problems by solving them
recursively. If they are
Programming with Recursion
2004 Goodrich, Tamassia
Using Recursion
1
The Recursion Pattern
Recursion: when a method calls itself
Classic example-the factorial function:
n! = 1 2 3 (n-1) n
Recursive definition:
1
if n = 0
f ( n) =
else
n f (n 1)
As a Ja
Asymptotic Growth Rate
Cutler/Head
Growth of Functions 1
Function Growth
The running time of an algorithm as input size approaches
infinity is called the asymptotic running time
We study different notations for asymptotic efficiency.
In particular, we
Introduction to Recursion
and
Recursive Algorithms
CS201
1
Different Views of Recursion
Recursive Definition: n! = n * (n-1)!
(non-math examples are common too)
Recursive Procedure: a procedure that calls
itself.
Recursive Data Structure: a data structure
Recursion
Lecture Objectives
Learn about recursive definitions
Explore the base case and the general case
of a recursive definition
Learn about recursive algorithms
Lecture Objectives (Contd)
Learn about recursive methods
Become aware of direct and i
Analysis of Algorithms
(courtesy of S. Kondakci)
Input
Algorithm
Output
An algorithm is a step-by-step procedure for
solving a problem in a finite amount of time.
Running Time (3.1)
best case
average case
worst case
120
100
Running Time
Most algorithms tr
3.Growth of Functions
3.1 Asymptotic notation
( g (n) = cfw_ f (n) | c1 , c2 , n0 s.t. 0 c1 g (n) f (n) c2 g (n)
for all n n0
f (n) = ( g (n)
g(n) is an asymptotic tight bound for f(n).
`= abuse
2
The definition of required every member
of be asymptoti
Recursion
CS 308 Data Structures
What is recursion?
Sometimes, the best way to solve a problem
is by solving a smaller version of the exact
same problem first
Recursion is a technique that solves a
problem by solving a smaller problem of
the same type
Wh
Analysis of Algorithms &
Orders of Growth
Rosen 6th ed., 3.1-3.3
1
Analysis of Algorithms
An algorithm is a finite set of precise instructions
for performing a computation or for solving a
problem.
What is the goal of analysis of algorithms?
To compare
=
CSC 373H
Lecture Summary for Week 7
Winter 2006
=
-Divide and Conquer
-Integer multiplication.
- Problem: Multiply two integers x, y, given as sequences of bits
x_0,x_1,.,x_cfw_n-1; y_0,y_1,.,y_cfw_n-1 (low-order bit first, i.e.,
x = x_cfw_n-1 . x_1 x_0
CSE 202 - Algorithms
Recurrences
Master Method
10/3/2002
CSE 202 - Recurrences
Your turn .
For one of the following recursion trees .
1. T(n) = 3T(n/4) + 5n for n = 256
2. T(n) = 2T(n/2) + 5n for n = 32
3. T(n) = 3T(n/2) + 5n for n = 32
4. T(n) = 3T(n/2)
62
Structure of Computer Systems
3.2.1. Shift-and-Add Multiplication
Shift-and-add multiplication is similar to the multiplication performed by paper and pencil. This method adds the multiplicand X to itself Y times, where Y denotes the multiplier. To mul
Recursion
Recursively defined sequences
To define a sequence recursively:
give initial conditions, i.e., the values of the first
few terms explicitly;
give a recurrence relation, i.e., an equation that
relates later terms in the sequence to earlier
ter
Lecture 1
1.7 How long does the recursive multiplication algorithm (page 25) take to
multiply an n-bit number with an m-bit number?
Ra/ It must terminate after m recursive calls, because at each call y is
halved.that is, its number of bits is decreased by
CS102 Recursion
David Davenport
Bilkent University
Ankara Turkey
email: [email protected]
Spring 2003
What is Recursion?
Method of solving problems
Alternative to iteration
All recursive solutions
can be implemented iteratively
Characteristic.
recursiv
Algorithms
Growth of Functions
CS 8833
Algorithms
Some Notation
N
R
N+
R+
R*
B
Natural numbers
Real numbers
Positive natural numbers
Positive real numbers
Non-negative real numbers
Boolean constants cfw_true, false
CS 8833
Algorithms
Growth of Functions
q
Algorithm Design Strategy
Divide and Conquer
More examples of Divide and
Conquer
Review of Divide & Conquer Concept
More examples
Finding closest pair of points
Quicksort
Matrix Multiplication Algorithm
Large Integer Multiplication
Divide and Conque
Michael Maardt
Windows
Super User
Shortcut keys
Windows 9x, 2000
and much more . .
KnowWare keeps it simple
KnowWare
2
Windows Super User
[email protected], 1. Edition: 2002-11
Authors note
This file replaces the text 'Escape from the Mous
By Matt Smith
http:/smidgenpc.com
Edited by Justin Pot
This manual is the intellectual property of MakeUseOf. It must only be published in its original form. Using
parts or republishing altered parts of this guide is prohibited without permission from Mak
Introduction to
Computer Architecture
COE 308 Computer Architecture
Prof. Muhamed Mudawar
Computer Engineering Department
King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals
What is Computer Architecture ?
Computer Architecture =
Instruction Set Architecture +
Linux From Scratch
Linux From Scratch
Table of Contents
Linux From Scratch.1 Gerard Beekmans.1 Dedication.2 Preface.10 Who would want to read this book .11 Who would not want to read this book.
d g g d f e D S a Y S X S 9Th#d Vcb`VVW UU S RD I G ED B FVTFQPHFCA
@ 0 7 629865 421&('&%$#" 3 0 ) !
E wddQddcQddQddcQddQddRi`rg7uSbPwWuawP7iPHAiprgzx GFHE1 FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF p ax q g p F wddQddcQddQddcQddQddXWiUbgG`7qHSbguWbswzvra7pPhy HEGFHE1 FFF
Webopedia: Well-Known TCP Port Numbers
Page 1 of 2
You are in the: Small Business Channel
Jump to Website
Enter a keyword.
.or choose a category.
Go!
Home
Term of the Day
New Terms
New Links
Quick Reference
Did You Know?
Search Tool
Tech Support
Webopedia
Networking Interview Questions
Network engineer interview questions
OSPF
Describe OSPF in your own words.
OSPF areas, the purpose of having each of them
Types of OSPF LSA, the purpose of each LSA type
What exact LSA type you can see in different areas
How