In this chapter students will be able to: Explain what a pointer is and where it is used, explain how to use pointer variables and pointer operators, assign values to pointers, explain pointer arithmetic, explain pointer comparisons, explain pointers and single dimensional arrays, explain pointer and multidimensional arrays, explain how allocation of memory takes place.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Elementary statistics" has contents: Statistics, descriptive analysis and presentation of single variable data, descriptive analysis and presentation of bivariate data, probability, probability distributions (discrete variables), normal probability distributions, sample variability.
Single period market models are the most elementary market models.
Only a single period is considered. The beginning of the period is usually
denoted by the time t = 0 and the end of the period by time t = 1.
At time t = 0 stock prices, bond prices,possibly prices of other financial
assets or specific financial values are recorded and the financial agent
can choose his investment, often a portfolio of stocks and bond. At time
t = 1 prices are recorded again and the financial agent obtains a payoff
corresponding to the value of his portfolio at time t = 1....
This book is an experiment. To be precise, the book is not an experiment, but the approach
of introducing and employing new concepts of chemical engineering analysis, concurrently
with new concepts in computing, as is presented within this book, is experimental. Usually,
the student of a first course in chemical engineering is presented with material that builds
systematically upon engineering concepts and the student works within this linear space to
“master” the material. In fact, however, the process is never so linear....
(BQ) Part 1 book "Introduction to algorithms" has contents: Data structures for disjoint sets, elementary graph algorithms, minimum spanning trees, single source shortest paths, maximum flow, multithreaded algorithms, matrix operations,...and other contents.
Single Station Queueing Systems
A single station queueing system, as shown in Fig. 6.1, consists of a queueing buffer of finite or infinite size and one or more identical servers. Such an elementary queueing system is also referred to as a service station or, simply, as a node.
Independent Component Analysis. Aapo Hyv¨ rinen, Juha Karhunen, Erkki Oja a Copyright 2001 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ISBNs: 0-471-40540-X (Hardback); 0-471-22131-7 (Electronic)
Random Vectors and Independence
In this chapter, we review central concepts of probability theory,statistics, and random processes. The emphasis is on multivariate statistics and random vectors. Matters that will be needed later in this book are discussed in more detail, including, for example, statistical independence and higher-order statistics.
On the auditory. Goals of chapters-lectures presented. Three basic parts of the book. Structure of the single chapter-lecture. On comments. On bibliography. On questions. Waves in the world around. Materials in the world around.
The book is proposed for the auditory moderately educated in the field of mechanics and mathematics. It does not assume that the presence of elementary knowledge only will be sufficient for its understanding.
Synchronous Tree-Adjoining Grammar (STAG) is a promising formalism for syntaxaware machine translation and simultaneous computation of natural-language syntax and semantics. Current research in both of these areas is actively pursuing its incorporation. However, STAG parsing is known to be NP-hard due to the potential for intertwined correspondences between the linked nonterminal symbols in the elementary structures.