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In this paper we consider a combinatorial optimization problem that is similar to the bottleneck traveling salesman problem. We show that an optimal tour for this problem is pyramidal tour (1, 3, 5,…, n,…, 6, 4, 2) or consists of some pyramidal subtours. The above 7methods can be extended to complete bipartite graphs. 1. Problem statement It is wellknown that the traveling salesman problem (TSP) is strongly NPhard (cf. [1], p. 353). But for some special cases of the TSP can be solvable in polynomial time. ...
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Content Syllabus: About course, Problem statement, Objectives, Syllabus, Reference, Topics, Evaluation, Basic requirements, Seminar.
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Trustbased Privacy Preservation for Peertopeer Data Sharing provides about Problem statement, Proposed solution, Related work, Privacy measurement, Mitigating collusion, Trust based privacy preservation scheme, Trustworthiness of peers.
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Problem statement Since English is one of the core subjects at school, more and more schools are teaching English to their pupils and English centres can be found popular in any cities in Vietnam, especially big cities. However, many foreigners have commented “many Vietnamese speakers can speak English, but only a few have intelligible English pronunciation so that they can be understood easily in direct communication with foreigners.
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[ Team LiB ] Recipe 2.21 Using Parameterized SQL Statements Problem You want to create and execute a SQL statement having parameters that are set dynamically. Solution Add parameters to the Command object's Parameters collection.
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Spectral extrema for graphs: the Zarankiewicz problem L´szl´ Babai∗ a o Barry Guiduli†Submitted: Jul 12, 2007; Accepted: Sep 21, 2009; Published: Sep 25, 2009 Abstract Let G be a graph on n vertices with spectral radius λ (this is the largest eigenvalue of the adjacency matrix of G). We show that if G does not contain the complete bipartite graph Kt,s as a subgraph, where 2 t s, then λ (s − 1)1/t + o(1) n1−1/t for ﬁxed t and s while n → ∞. Asymptotically, this bound matches the K˝v´rio a Tur´nS´s upper bound on the average degree of G...
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[ Team LiB ] Recipe 2.4 Processing a Batch SQL Statement Problem You have a batch SQL query that returns multiple result sets and you need to work with the result sets in ADO.NET. Solution Use the NextResult( )
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After studying this chapter, you should understand: How to standardize fi nancial statements for comparison purposes; how to compute and, more importantly, interpret some common ratios; the determinants of a fi rm’s profi tability; some of the problems and pitfalls in fi nancial statement analysis.
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Chapter 13  Working with financial statements. In this chapter, you will know how to standardise financial statements for comparison purposes, know how to compute and interpret important financial ratios, know the determinants of a firm’s profitability and growth, understand the problems and pitfalls in financial statement analysis.
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The traditional hierarchical structure of cellular networks has led to deployment models which are heavily centralized. Mobility management with centralized mobility anchoring in existing hierarchical mobile networks is quite prone to suboptimal routing and issues related to scalability. Centralized functions present a single point of failure, and inevitably introduce longer delays and higher signaling loads for network operations related to mobility management.
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Chapter 17  Evaluating quality of financial reports. This chapter demonstrate the use of a conceptual framework for assessing the quality of a company’s financial reports, explain potential problems that affect the quality of financial reports, describe how to evaluate the quality of a company’s financial reports,...
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Chapter 18 demonstrate the use of a framework for the analysis of financial statements, given a particular problem, question, or purpose (e.g., valuing equity based on comparables, critiquing a credit rating, obtaining a comprehensive picture of financial leverage, evaluating the perspectives given in management’s discussion of financial results); identify financial reporting choices and biases that affect the quality and comparability of companies’ financial statements, and explain how such biases may affect financial decisions;…
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The time has come when wellorganized and thoroughly worked out transfer grammars should be developed. Such a grammar should be composed of formal statements equating the constructiontypes of the input language with those of the output language and indicating the appropriate transformations which must be made to produce the target language constructions.
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Chapter 2  From problem analysis to program design. In this chapter, you will: Become familiar with the basic components of a C++ program, including functions, special symbols, and identifiers; explore simple data types; discover how to use arithmetic operators; examine how a program evaluates arithmetic expressions;…
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In this chapter you will learn: To use basic problemsolving techniques; to develop algorithms through the process of topdown, stepwise refinement; to use the if and if…else selection statements to choose among alternative actions; to use the while repetition statement to execute statements in a program repeatedly; to use countercontrolled repetition and sentinelcontrolled repetition; to use the assignment, increment and decrement operators; the primitive data types.
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Chapter 4  Control statements (Part I). After completing this chapter, students will be able to: To use basic problemsolving techniques; to develop algorithms through the process of topdown, stepwise refinement; to use the if and if…else selection statements to choose among alternative actions; to use the while repetition statement to execute statements in a program repeatedly; to use countercontrolled repetition and sentinelcontrolled repetition; to use the assignment, increment and decrement operators.
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MATLAB®, developed by The MathWorks, Inc., integrates computation, visualization, and programming in a flexible, open environment. It offers engineers, scientists, and mathematicians an intuitive language for expressing problems and their solutions mathematically and graphically. Complex numeric and symbolic problems can be solved in a fraction of the time required with a programming language such as C, Fortran, or Java.
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In this tutorial, a solid FEA model of a bent rod experiencing a combined load is created. No planes of symmetry exist and therefore simplifications cannot be made. Finally, the significance of the von Mises stress in design equation is discussed. 1 Problem Statement Copyrighted Material Clamped end The bent rod, shown to the right, is clamped at one end and subjected to a load of 2000 lb as displayed. The steel rod has a Young modulus of 30E+6 psi and Poisson ratio 0.3 . The nominal dimensions of the rod are also displayed below.
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This book describes the theory and practice of corporate finance. We hardly need to explain why financial managers should master the practical aspects of their job, but we should spell out why downtoearth, redblooded managers need to bother with theory. Managers learn from experience how to cope with routine problems. But the best managers are also able to respond to change. To do this you need more than timehonored rules of thumb; you must understand why companies and financial markets behave the way they do. In other words, you need a theory of finance.
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Evolutionary algorithms are a type of general problem solvers that can be applied to many difﬁcult optimization problems. Because of their generality, these algorithms act similarly like Swiss Army knife (Michalewicz & Fogel, 2004) that is a handy set of tools that can be used to address a variety of tasks. In general, a deﬁnite task can be performed better with an associated special tool.
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