...contains a number of redundant attributes (i.e, not all of them are really needed to characterize the medical
1
condition). In the following we describe a simple **combinatorial** **optimization** problem for eliminating redundant attributes.
Let T = {1,2,...,t} be the set of attributes. A set S ? T is called a support set if the projection on S of O+ is disjoint

...contains a number of redundant attributes (i.e, not all of them are really needed to characterize the medical
1
condition). In the following we describe a simple **combinatorial** **optimization** problem for eliminating redundant attributes.
Let T = {1,2,...,t} be the set of attributes. A set S ? T is called a support set if the projection on S of O+ is disjoint

...contains a number of redundant attributes (i.e, not all of them are really needed to characterize the medical
1
condition). In the following we describe a simple **combinatorial** **optimization** problem for eliminating redundant attributes.
Let T = {1,2,...,t} be the set of attributes. A set S ? T is called a support set if the projection on S of O+ is disjoint

Need to compare 4 NILM techniques (FHMM, **Combinatorial** **Optimization**, HART 85 Algorithm, Maximum Likelihood Estimation). Each NILM you write literature review about it, get the implementation source code, test it against the dataset, compare the output with the actual result.
After all you develop an algorithm or a method to compare all NILMs to show

AETG is a commercial tool that generates **combinatorial** test suites. Essentially, the AETG algorithm constructs a covering array, or mixed level covering array that is used to represent the test suite. A covering array,CAλ(N;t,k,v) , is an N x k array. In every N x t subarray, each t-tuple occurs at least λ times. In our application, t is the strength

AETG is a commercial tool that generates **combinatorial** test suites. Essentially, the AETG algorithm constructs a covering array, or mixed level covering array that is used to represent the test suite. A covering array,CAλ(N;t,k,v) , is an N x k array. In every N x t subarray, each t-tuple occurs at least λ times. In our application, t is the strength

...undergraduate course I'm taking called mathematical game theory.
The course studies basic theory, concepts and methods in game theory. The course comprises studies of **combinatorial** and classical game theory with various applications. Different types of games are dealt with, such as zero-sum games, symmetrical games and games with full information.

I have binary dataset and I want to make binary classification model .
I wanna JAVA developer ( or another language ) To develop program generate **combinatorial** patterns by logical analysis of data ( LAD) method.
There is 3 approaches to generate patterns :
TOP-DOWN APPROACH
BOTTOM-UP APPROACH
HYBRID APPROACH
And I want this program

I hava binary dataset and I want to make binary classification model .
I wanna JAVA developer ( or another language ) To develop program generate **combinatorial** patterns by logical analysis of data ( LAD) method.
There is 3 approaches to generate patterns :
TOP-DOWN APPROACH
BOTTOM-UP APPROACH
HYBRID APPROACH
And I want this program show

you will design and implement a simple 4-bit adder, using half
adder and full adder components in a **combinatorial** approach. In the design, as
you know how to do it, you are expected to design a full adder using the half adder
components. Next, you need to design a 4-bit adder circuit using multiple full adder
components together. Schematic designs

A circuit is to be designed using Logisim. digital logic project that deals with basic **combinatorial**/sequential logic and finite state machines. The project uses the free software Logisim to model the circuit. More details over chat

...Technological-Discontinuity model, OR
b. Christensen’s Disruptive-Innovative theory, OR
c. O’Reilly and Tushman’s Ambidexterity theory, OR
d. Arthur’s (2009) work on **combinatorial** evolution
Describe the model and explain why it (or aspects of it) best
explains the emergence/impact of the innovation(Solary energy-photovoltaic to be specific)

I've attached below the link with the paper containing the algo (a **combinatorial** **optimization** problem, refer to Kantorovich-Rubinstein algo in the paper). The problem is the following: given a discrete distribution F of m =10,000 points, find a subset of F, called distribution G with n = 1,000 data points, that has the same quantiles of the initial

calculate the probability of guessing 6 numbers on an urn with 90 balls numbered from 1 to 90 (the balls are not reinserted into the urn). After 5 numbers, 4,3,2,1. After that 6 number on an urn with 91 balls. All well explained, not only the result.

I need you to write a report for something. - The purpose of my request is making report about book which is called (permutation Groups and **Combinatorial** Structures)
- The report should cover the pages from 1 to 74 (the first three chapters). however the projects (the exercises) are not included.
- The total pages of the report are 18
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...solve severeal probability problems. I will send the problems directly to the person who will be working on this projects. The problems will contain the following fields: **combinatorial** analysis, axioms of probability, conditional probability and independence, random variables, continuous random variables, jointly distributed random variables, properties

I need someone to write an excel formula for which I give values from 1 to 100 of x users (six for example), I calculate all the permissible combi...5: 15%
---- Output K = 51% (y> K)
User 1 + User 2 = 57 ok
User 1+ User 3 + User 4 = 53 ok
etc
User 1 + User 3 = 35 no
I hope to have been clear is a simple **combinatorial** calculation on excel

Looking for assistance in formulating mathematical fu...constraints. Key requirement is in-depth understanding of analytical and numerical methods in mathematics. Proficiency in the use of Wolfram Mathematica, and knowledge of **combinatorial** **optimization**, and would be desirable. Understanding of cellular automata would be helpful, but is not essential.

...coefficient of term x
4
y
5 when the following expression is expanded.
(a) [4 marks] (x + 2y)
9
(b) [4 marks] (2x − y)
9
1
(c) [4 marks] (x + y + 2)12
3. [4 marks] Give a **combinatorial** argument to show that C(n, k) = C(n, n − k).
4. [4 marks] Use the Binomial Theorem to show that
0 = Pn
k=0(−1)kC(n, k).
5. A bowl contains 10 red balls and 10 blue balls

in the attached there is a task for numerical analysis and **combinatorial**
plz check it and if ok u must firstly ( write the result if n=6 ) to check if u can do task or not

I can send all the details upon request.. looking for VHDL **expert** to handle a task
sign meets the specifications; d) report about your design.
You are required to design code for your target hardware (a Digilent Basys3 board with a Xilinx
Artix 7 FPGA) in order to implement a design that meets the specifications (below). You are
required to submit

My project is **combinatorial** **optimization**, I have algorithm and I want to code exactly in Cplex callable library.

I need a supercomputer to be able to look for certain patterns in **combinatorial** mathematics. This requires an algorithm, which I cannot write myself.

...backgrounds from stock pages I attached to get an idea of what I mean by transparency / glow / 3D / reflections. (it should NOT be a cirquit board, it has to reflect the **combinatorial** trees in the attachment, the others are just for illustration what I mean for style)
If i feel that your design is good then i will hire you for more jobs in the future

The task is to create a **combinatorial** circuit (decoder) that can transform a 3-bit
binary signal (X2, X1, X0) to a format that can drive a 7-segment display.

only for 2- way coverage and you can use any programing language but I prefer Java. more details will be provided

**Combinatorial** Algebraic Geometry
Combinatorics and Algebraic Geometry have classically enjoyed a fruitful interplay. There are many topics in algebraic geometry with deep **combinatorial** connections. These will include, but are not limited to, Hilbert schemes, moduli spaces, Okounkov bodies, Schubert varieties, toric varieties, and tropical geometry

Dealing with the multi-objective **combinatorial** **optimization** to modify one of the package in R.

PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED ALGORITHMS(**COMBINATORIAL** CIRCUITS, LINEAR ARRAY,MESH)

PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED ALGORITHMS(**COMBINATORIAL** CIRCUITS, LINEAR ARRAY,MESH)

...currently is, and must be familiar with the used solutions and tech.
CQ is a simple puzzle game organized in progression levels. It uses color artifacts and color rules as **combinatorial** elements to achieve the objectives of each level. The levels are organized into 12 episodes, comprising a total of 150 levels.
It uses inApp purchases for monetization

There are 11 questions need to do，9 of 11 are in the [登录来查看链接] file，there are two more question： Problem 1. Solve (6s, 3). Write out the full decision tree, breaking into cases as needed for clarity. Problem 2. Solve (6s, 4). Write out the full decision tree, breaking into cases as needed for clarity.

...currently is, and must be familiar with the used solutions and tech.
CQ is a simple puzzle game organized in progression levels. It uses color artifacts and color rules as **combinatorial** elements to achieve the objectives of each level. The levels are organized into 12 episodes, comprising a total of 150 levels.
It uses inApp purchases for monetization

there are 7 questions to answer,all about algorithms. for example: Consider the array (3, -5, 6, 1, -10, 2, 7, -3, 4, 4, -1, 7, -8, 9, 1, -19), as input for the maximum subarray problem. First trace the D&C algorithm presented in class. How many adds and comparisons occurred? Next, look up Kadane’s algorithm on the web. Trace this algorithm, taking note of the total number of step...

there are some question about to answer,all about algorithms. for example: Consider the array (3, -5, 6, 1, -10, 2, 7, -3, 4, 4, -1, 7, -8, 9, 1, -19), as input for the maximum subarray problem. First trace the D&C algorithm presented in class. How many adds and comparisons occurred? Next, look up Kadane’s algorithm on the web. Trace this algorithm, taking note of the total number ...

I have a few math problems about combinatorics to solve. ( 8 questions ) The file is in attachment. HIGHLY Recommended ; -If the project and answers will be given in pdf ( not on paper ) -I would definitely choose the freelancer who use explanations on answers.

...the product of all numbers from 1 to n. For example, the factorial of 5 would be 1*2*3*4*5 = 120. Note that the factorial of zero is defined to be 1, not 0 (this makes **combinatorial** sense), and that the return type of this method is long instead of int, since the factorials can get pretty big pretty fast. (Hint: this method should initialize a local

I require the project in java and needed as soon as posible

Frequencies for a Holdem poker side game based on prizes awarded for matching hole cards dealt over 26 rounds (52 cards). Prizes paid for hitting x number of unique cards over 26 deals - main point of complexity is game resetting when prizes are no longer achievable so session length is not fixed at 26 rounds. Need probabilities to set prizes as % of rake collected. More info on request.

...assignment.
The math areas that you need to be very familiar with are:
Roots and logarithms (15$)
Trigonometry (15$)
Mathematics writing/formulas/text (15$)
Algebra, **combinatorial** och logic (15$)
function Learning (15$)
Total 65$, i will not be paying any hourly rate however if you really know your math this wont take that many hours. We will

...the paper: Monte Carlo Tree Search (MCTS) refers to a class of algorithms for making optimal decisions for sequential decision making problems, typically move planning in **combinatorial** games. It would be of major interest for the field of artificial intelligence to be able to design a single unified MCTS algorithm that would perform well on all decision-making

Implement the AETG algorithm to generate **combinatorial** test suites for 3-way
coverage.
For this assignment, you are not required to take strings as input. You may simply
give every factor and every level a unique numerical identifier. For instance, the
input in Table 1 may be represented as shown in Table 2:
see word doc

Implement the AETG algorithm to generate **combinatorial** test suites for 3-way
coverage.

Implement the AETG algorithm to generate **combinatorial** test suites for 3-way
coverage.
For this assignment, you are not required to take strings as input. You may simply
give every factor and every level a unique numerical identifier. For instance, the
input in Table 1 may be represented as shown in Table 2:
see word doc

Expertise in **Combinatorial** **optimization**,
Integer programming, mixed - integer programming, solving scheduling problems, vehicle routing problem, travelling salesman problem and developing heuristics/meta-heuristics, for instance the branch and bound algorithm, ?
are you able to code the models in CPLEX ,JAVA, C++, OPL or any other software?

...approaches have been used to model the movements of the computer when this game is played between a computer and a player. The branch of algebra and number theory called “**Combinatorial** Game Theory” provides relevant intelligence to program the “Dots” board game. If the students are interested in programming this game perfectly so that the computer almost

...approaches have been used to model the movements of the computer when this game is played between a computer and a player. The branch of algebra and number theory called “**Combinatorial** Game Theory” provides relevant intelligence to program the “Dots” board game. If the students are interested in programming this game perfectly so that the computer almost

Requirements are attached to the provided PDF.

Requirements are attached to the provided PDF.