Recently I noticed some discussions in NEU CS Facebook group about people’s comments on the PDP course. As always, there are people on both the positive and negative side. I’d like to join the discussion but I think writing in my blog would be better
The misconception Probably the most common misconception about computer science is that people thought that the “computer” word in it is for “computer machines”, it’s NOT! I think the more appropriate name for the degree should be Computing Science. Why? Because although the field heavily
Time complexity: Average:O(n2) Best case: O(n) Worst case: O(n2) Pseudo code
Algorithm outline: ——————– (from video) Start with neural network (single or multiple layer). Present the training sample, compute the activation values of all the units until we compute the activation values of output layer units. Compare the output that we computed with the training sample output
Design Pattern Websites: Go4Expert Forum http://www.go4expert.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5127 SourceMaking http://sourcemaking.com/design_patterns OODesign http://www.oodesign.com/ Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_design_pattern#Classification_and_list Design Pattern Books:
Course term: Spring 2012 Website: Official course website. Course Professor: Prof. Ken Backlawski Textbook: Object-Oriented Software Engineering Using UML, Patterns, and Java (3rd Edition)
Some of my friends are curious about what actually I learn on the Master of Computer Science program I’m taking now. And although sometimes I post about some of the course lessons and notes on my blog, I think it’s a good idea if I
Course term: Spring 2012 – Northeastern University Website: course official website. Course Professor:Professor Mirek Riedewald Textbook: Data Mining: Concepts and Techniques, Third Edition (The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Data Management Systems) Some of the outline item will have a separate detailed post.
We all love good and commented codes, but most of us either don’t know how to write a good comment for our codes, or just plain lazy to write one. In Java, JavaDoc is pretty much the industry standard when it comes to auto-generated code
Think of starting Scrum Agile Development in your team? but you’re not so sure where to start? read the Scrum Primer!