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 20120727 03:32:36
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let i have following hirarchy of levels. level 1 stage 1 stage 2 stage 3 level 2 stage 4 stage 5 stage 6 level 3 stage 7 stage 8 stage 9 my question is that how to find level no programmatically if i know stage no.. as stage 5 has level 2... help me out as i am facing this problem in developing a kinda of game...



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 20120414 23:12:35
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Problem: Modify the A* algorithm we optimized for fewer turns. The algorithm will now find a path from (a,b) to ANY TILE ADJACENT TO (x,y), where (x+1,y) or (x1,y) are favored when possible. My attempted solution: Run the original A* algorithm from (a,b) to (x,y). Find the last coordinate in the path that travels through (x1, ) or (x+...



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 20120314 15:01:20
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I am currently working on a project where i need to have an in memory structure for my map task. I have made some calculations and i can say that i dont need more than 600MB of memory for every map task. But the thing is that after a while i have java heap space problems or gc overhead limit. I don't know how can this be possible. Here ar...




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 20111115 02:30:31
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I am trying to find the Big O for stooge sort. From Wikipedia algorithm stoogesort(array L, i = 0, j = length(L)1) if L[j] < L[i] then L[i] ↔ L[j] if j  i > 1 then t = (j  i + 1)/3 stoogesort(L, i , jt) stoogesort(L, i+t, j ) stoogesort(L, i , jt) return L I am bad at performance analysis ... I drew the recursion tree I belie...



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100 Doors X Level 50 70 Walkthrough update We have update the 100 Doors X for iPhone, iPod, iPad walkthrough with screenshot and explain detail for each level. Wish you understand all the puzzle in the game for the solutions. 100 Doors X Level 149 100 Doors X Level 50 100 Doors X Level 51 100 Doors X Level 52 100 Doors X Level 53 100 Do...



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100 Doors X is a puzzle game for iPhone, iPad, iPod, this update for level 11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20. All the solution provide detail answers and hints for each level. Please enjoy the game. 100 Doors X Level 110 100 Doors X Level 11 100 Doors X Level 12 100 Doors X Level 13 100 Doors X Level 14 100 Doors X Level 15 100 Doors X Le...



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 20120629 08:12:58
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If I use MD5WithRSAEncryption as a signature algorithm what is the corresponding random algorithm? I tried MD5PRNG but I got: java.security.NoSuchAlgorithmException: SecureRandom MD5PRNG implementation not found What is the proper random algorithm to be used here to initialize a KeyPairGenerator SHA1PRNG when we use SHA256WithRSAEnc...




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 20130226 04:01:05
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I'm confused as to how to interpret the code given for set_union in the following page: http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/algor ithm/set_union/ How does the algorithm ensure that the result holds the union of the two sets when the function returns? For example, if we wanted to find the set_union of the following lists: L1 L2 hi goodbye by...



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We have updated the newest version Dooors room escape game for iPhone, iPad, Android. All the level explanation guide and hints would be inside the screenshot that we made. Wish you enjoy our Walkthrough and solutions. Walkthrough for Dooors Room Escape Dooors Level 160 Dooors Walkthrough Level 61 Dooors Walkthrough Level 62 Dooors Walkt...



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 20130220 09:05:07
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I have a question about LucasKanade opticalflow algorithm. I understood that "Pyramid" LucasKanade algorithm is more better than simple LucasKanade algorithm. So I made its program with Java because I can't use OpenCV's program. But the program doesn't work well. So please teach me the program of "Pyramid" LucasKanade algorithm, or t...



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 20120513 15:47:30
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I've implemented in C++ the Horspool algorithm (depending on the Introduction to the Design and Analysis of Algorithms Anany Levitin , 2nd edition, p. 258) for finding the position of the first occurrence of a desired pattern in the text. However, I want to extend the algorithm to find multiple occurrences of the same pattern. Unfortunate...



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 20120731 20:37:17
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So I'm trying to create a flood fill algorithm and I keep getting a recursion error with this. The algorithm seems to have infinite recursion and I cannot pinpoint why. I have looked all over the internet and I cannot find a solution as it seems like my program is correct according to most sources. There seems to be something wrong howeve...




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 20120821 03:58:25
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Patch 1.0.4 will introduce a 100 level Paragon system to Diablo 3 that will add 100 levels on top of the current 60level cap. An introduction to the system was posted on the Diablo 3 blog. Gaining a Paragon level will increase your core stats, magic find and gold find. Visually, gaining Paragon levels will also gift your character a di...



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 20130610 13:16:41
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What routes are there into teaching A Level Law? I've been on google a few times but I'm struggling to find anything and what I do find is confusing to me. Can someone help me out? I'm currently studying LLB Law and going into my second year in September.



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 20120727 23:06:59
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I've been working on some problems/exercises on Project Euler hoping to practice/learn some optimal algorithms and programming idioms with python. I came across the this problem Euler #76 which is asking to find all the unique combinations using at least two values to sum to 100. In researching this problem I came across people referring...



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 20120307 12:39:06
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I find myself overwhelmed with information, and I still haven't been able to find exactly what I'm looking for, at least not in a format I can convert for my uses. What I need is an algorithm that can give me positions around a sphere for N points (less than 20, probably) that vaguely spreads them out. There's no need for "perfection", bu...



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 20130314 10:58:28
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Can somebody provide me a good with example. This is required for Data Masking of Strings. Algorithm should be fast and not easily reversible as this will be applied on millions of records. Either wise you can also suggest some other algorithm for fixed length Data masking algorithm which will be fast and not easily reversible. Thanks...



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 20130517 18:02:25
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Answers for Icomania Level 1 5,16,17 Updated We have updated all the answers and correct the old mistake for all levels for Icomania Answers . Now we update the level 15, level 16, level 17 for the game Icomania. You can check your answers there. Icomania Level 15 Icomania Level 16 Icomania Level 17 Some people are looking for: icomania l...




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 20130120 17:48:11
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Escape If You can Level 8 Cheat Update We have updated the newest version of the Escape If You Can Walkthrough , all explanation are inside the screenshot that we provide, wish this can help you solve the level easily. We are still waiting the Android version for this game. Escape If You Can Cheats Escape If You Can Level 17 Escape If...



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 20130505 09:55:01
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Icomania Level 1 3,14,15 We have updated all the levels and corrected all mistake answers on previous level. All answers is worked for iPhone, Android, iPad, Windows Phone and other devices. Icomania Level 13 Icomania Level 14 Icomania Level 15 Icomania Solver If you cannot find the answer, you may use the Icomania Solver in wordssolver.



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 20130408 12:11:51
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Jebeo.com It's new and great ,, many ways to earn money PTC rate up to 0.006 more than 25 ad per day Social media gains from share, follow and like 0.03 and more per one task And more ways to earn 5level referral system. You get paid a percent of earnings of your referrals on each level: 1st level : 10% 2nd level: 5% 3rd level: 3% 4th le...




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 20130608 14:49:39
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We are having a parallel programming course,and we are assigned a project to implement a algorithm using MPI. Our textbook covered some algorithms such as floyd algorithm,sieve of Eratosthenes and matrixvector multiplication. We need a more challenging and interesting algorithm to practice our techniques and achieve a high score!:) Would...



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 20120802 02:50:30
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100 Floors Walkthrough Level 91 – 100 Updated Finally the game is going to reach the last 10 floors, we have been waiting for 2 months. This update will update 10 more levels and add another tower ANNEX tower. I’m going to give you the detail solution of each level, not like other site just display the answer or video without...



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 20130304 12:03:56
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Does anybody have a general conversion algorithm for coordinates from WGS84 to UTM32? Tried googling it, but cant seem to find anything useful. I need it for an iOS app, but a general algorithm works (unless there is a good lib for this).




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 20120305 19:17:17
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Im trying to define if a point is inside a polygon. Only the coordinates of the corners are given. After some research I found the Ray casting algorithm but it looks like i need a vector filled with the coordinates of the polygons side. I tried to calculate these coordinates as well, but it doesn't look like this is the solution. Maybe I...



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 20130228 11:20:31
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Can a first come first serve algorithm with priority levels be described as a preemptive scheduling algorithm?...



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 20120727 12:55:40
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I have some graph algorithms that depend on a moderate number of parameters (say 26), and which don't always succeed in finding what they want (they want `good enough' solutions to problems known to be hard, like mincut/maxflow). I also have a very large family of graphs that I'd like to use the algorithms on. My current goal is to find...




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 20120323 02:31:10
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I'm looking for a javascript diff algorithm implementation or library, which has been tested on and works with arbitrary utf8 text files. All of the ones I found so far (say for example, http://ejohn.org/projects/javascriptdif falgorithm/ ) fail on corner cases (Try using a file which contains the string '__proto__' in my example librar...



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 20130315 11:43:26
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I know of the algorithm for the general case (e.g. generating all combination of n elements taken m at a time) but I was wondering if there was a faster one specifically designed for the case m=n1. Also, if such an algorithm exists, could anyone point to a C/C++ implementation?...



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 20120325 00:16:55
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So it seems I "underestimated" what varying length numbers meant. I didn't even think about situations where the operands are 100 digits long. In that case, my proposed algorithm is definitely not efficient. I'd probably need an implementation who's complexity depends on the # of digits in each operands as opposed to its numerical value,...




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 20130503 22:29:13
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Well I was sitting wondering about this and it had daunted me that I must find out my percentage grade at Irish AS Level. The Writing was out of 130 and it was 65% of the test. In the writing i got 108, which is an A because we consider an A to be 80% or above. Also in the Speaking test i got 54 out of 70, which is a high B, and worth 35%...



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 20130425 13:27:54
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Hey guys Im new to this site. I am so depressed I really need help dont know who to ask advise from. I have studied level 2 btec in science and got a PASS in it (80 UCAS POINTS) I was studying level 3 btec however left it incomplete because was having personal problems. I thought i would to apprenticeship but I cant find anything. I reall...



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I have a question regarding genetic algorithm so: Should crossover be carried out differently, e.g. only at “gene” boundaries. Should representations include “noise” to improve performance – or does it make it worse? I have search about noise improve the performance of crossover and i cant find anything someone please help! Thank you.




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 20130220 00:33:07
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Basically, I'm trying to find the June 2007 S2 paper for AQA maths A Level, but for some reason the only papers I can find on their website are 2010 and later, whereas I used to be able to find papers from 2007. Does anyone know where I can find the older papers, as I need it for homework?...



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 20130609 12:40:37
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EURUSD: While the pair is bullish in the short term, it will have to decisively break and hold above the 1.3242 level to create scope for more. A cut through this level will resume its medium term uptrend and call for more strength towards the 1.3300 level. Further out, resistance resides at the 1.3400 level and then the 1.3450 level. Its...



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To secure messages that you send over the internet you can use a hashing algorithm, which transforms a text string into an alphanumeric string.




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 20120922 16:52:01
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Hi all, I am having a problem with a question from Chapter 7 (Hypothesis testing) from the Edexcel S2 textbook. It is exercise 7C, question 4 and goes as follows: Quote: Find the critical region for the test statistic X representing the number of successes. Assume a binomial distribution. : p = 0.18 ; H : p < 0.18 ; n = 20 , using a...



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 20130605 23:13:51
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Hey, I am really worried about my future. I love science so much but i find the exam really difficult but i know all the stuff in class and at home. I get into bits when i get into that exam room and to make it worse i am dyslexic and i find it extremely difficult to read the questions and interpret them. I really want to have a job in Sc...



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 20130316 23:23:03
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List all your a level subjects and mention the one you find most interesting THIS IS NOT ABOUT HOW HARD OR EASY THE SUBJECT IS:D...




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 20130422 00:55:48
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nearest_nei ghbour_algorithm I'm using nearest neighbor algorithm to solve traveling salesman problem. It's extremely fast, but not accurate. I read somewhere about two improvements I could make. The first is instead of starting with one random point, run the nearest neighbor algorithm starting with each nodes.
