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Commutative Diagrams in Tikz: A Few Examples

$8.00

Tikz

Commutative Diagrams

Latex

Matrix

Dimension

Command

Math Node

Diagonal Arrow

Construction

C-Family Programming Assignment

$40.00

C-Family Programming

Computer Science

Radix-Sort

Integer

Algorithm

CountSort

Quantum Mechanics: Fundamental Concepts

$60.00

Indeterministic

Uncertainty

Principle

Time-Evolution

Measurement

Eigenvalue

Eigenfunction

Overlap

Probability

Born’s Rule

Indeterministic

Uncertainty

Principle

Time-Evolution

Measurement

Eigenvalue

Eigenfunction

Overlap

Probability

Born’s Rule

Physical Units and Conversions

$20.00

General

Physics

Physical

Units

Parameters

Conversion

Trigonometry

Distance

Time

Mass

Speed

Acceleration

Force

Energy

General

Physics

Physical

Units

Parameters

Conversion

Trigonometry

Distance

Time

Mass

Speed

Acceleration

Force

Energy

Significance and Importance of Data Modeling in the Context of Data Warehousing

$8.00

Data

Modeling

DW

Warehouse

Context

Consequence

Task

Resource

Time

Issue

Design

Benefit

Dimensional

High

Preparation

Final

Review

Validation

Development

Documentation

Data

Modeling

DW

Warehouse

Context

Consequence

Task

Resource

Time

Issue

Design

Benefit

Dimensional

High

Preparation

Final

Review

Validation

Development

Documentation

Three Algorithm Design Questions with Full Steps

$33.00

Algorithm

Design

Input

Question

Elementary

Operation

Size

Pseudocode

Big-O

Asymptotic

Complexity

Image

2-dimensional

Array

Pixel

Rotate

Clockwise

Set

Circle

Radius

Center

Intersect

Collection

Integer

Inversion

List

Algorithm

Design

Input

Question

Elementary

Operation

Size

Pseudocode

Big-O

Asymptotic

Complexity

Image

2-dimensional

Array

Pixel

Rotate

Clockwise

Set

Circle

Radius

Center

Intersect

Collection

Integer

Inversion

List

Data Mining and Warehouse Assignment

$20.00

Flight

Data

Warehouse

OLAP

Dimension

Fact

Table

Cube

Operation

Business

Time

Arrival

Star

Schema

Doctor

Patient

SQL

Query

Relational

Database

Departure

Traveler

Roll-up

Select

Flight

Data

Warehouse

OLAP

Dimension

Fact

Table

Cube

Operation

Business

Time

Arrival

Star

Schema

Doctor

Patient

SQL

Query

Relational

Database

Departure

Traveler

Roll-up

Select

Dynamic Programming Model for A Version of Job Scheduling Problem

$30.00

Knapsack

Reduction

Algorithm

Complexity

Problem

Job

Scheduling

Dynamic

Programming

OPT

Optimal

Swapping

Exchange

Argument

Playful

Subset

Deadline

Value

Size

Profit

Function

Solution

Set

Array

Two

Dimensional

Selection

Reorder

M

Knapsack

Reduction

Algorithm

Complexity

Problem

Job

Scheduling

Dynamic

Programming

OPT

Optimal

Swapping

Exchange

Argument

Playful

Subset

Deadline

Value

Size

Profit

Function

Solution

Set

Array

Two

Dimensional

Selection

Reorder

M

Matrix Chain Multiplication Using Dynamic Programming Algorithm

$18.00

Matrix

Chain

Multiplication

Dynamic

Programming

Algorithm

Optimal

Product

Dimension

Matrix-chain-order

Technique

Matrix

Chain

Multiplication

Dynamic

Programming

Algorithm

Optimal

Product

Dimension

Matrix-chain-order

Technique

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