P versus NP problem

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  • Personal Narrative: Steve Jobs

    containing financials. Watching the multicoloured, rotating beach ball of death on the screen, I fantasized that somehow the numbers would be different; that somehow, this time, when Excel opened, I would be rich. It would be years before I discovered the irony of the situation. Apple’s Steve Jobs picked the iconic beach ball after having a dream where one prevented him from moving forward; he was stuck. On this particular day, the hypnotic colours brought new questions. Why did I bother going to university? Why did I leave my comfortable corporate job to start a business? Should I buy food or pay rent this month? How much longer could I survive on my diet of tomatoes and coffee? A month earlier, I ran a calculation on nutritional density versus cost and discovered that vegetables would be a cost-effective way to stay alive. The tomato was king. Excel opened, and the gravity of my situation appeared in bold on the spreadsheet. This would be the last month I would be running my one-person company. I bit into a tomato and got to work. I decided it would not be the last month. In my mid-twenties, I made a choice to succeed in the cutthroat business of executive headhunting. I had completed two university degrees. I had an excellent job in a downtown high-rise. However, I was not satisfied with the so-called status quo. I needed to measure life my way, so I became a headhunter because it encompassed the areas of business, law, ethics and the human condition. For nearly a decade,…

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  • P Vs. NP Problem: The Greatest Unsolved Problem In Mathematics And Computer Science

    Abstract— The P vs NP problem is still one of the greatest unsolved problem in Mathematics and computer Science. This survey paper is intended to explain what P vs NP problem is and what are the advances that have been made to solve this problem and How closer are we to solve this problem and what is its status i.e. Is P = NP? Keywords— Polynomial, Non - Determinsitic, P, NP, NPC Reductions, Reducibility, Reductions, certificate, complexity I. INTRODUCTION What is P vs NP? Why it is important to…

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  • Advanced Practice Nurse Essay

    finding a uniform standard of payment becomes difficult. Society is tied to the notion that physicians are the only ones able to provide health services. Thus, majority is stuck in the “cure” mentality versus “care” mentality. APNs are undervalued primary care providers who can provide the “cure” to many diseases and at the same time provide the “care” needed through health promotion and maintenance. As a result, some states require supervising physician’s co-signature duplicating orders for…

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  • Nursing Career Plan

    Science in Nursing (ADN) degree. Afterwards I begin my nursing career at Saint Joseph East Hospital on the Telemetry floor and was told that I would have five years to obtain my BSN. I had always planned to go back to college and obtain my BSN, but I decided to take a year off from school to focus on building my nursing career first. In the future I plan to get my Nurse Practitioner degree (NP), but am unsure of which specialty to pursue. Therefore, until I decide which type of NP I want to…

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  • Computers Inc Case Study Solution

    CHAPTER 1: THE INVESTMENT ENVIRONMENT PROBLEM SETS 1. Ultimately, it is true that real assets determine the material well being of an economy. Nevertheless, individuals can benefit when financial engineering creates new products that allow them to manage their portfolios of financial assets more efficiently. Because bundling and unbundling creates financial products with new properties and sensitivities to various sources of risk, it allows investors to hedge particular sources of risk more…

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  • Case Study: Adding The Risk-Free Government Finance

    Chapter 01 Investments: Background and Issues 1. Equity is a lower priority claim and represents an ownership share in a corporation, whereas debt has a higher priority claim, but does not have an ownership interest. Debt also pays a specified cash flow over a specific period and the claim will eventually expire. Equity has an indefinite life. 2. A derivative asset provides a payoff that depends on the values of a primary asset. The primary asset has a claim on the real assets…

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  • Corporate Finance Case Study

    10th edition 01/30/2013 Prepared by: Joe Smolira Belmont University 1 © 2013 by McGraw-Hill Education. This is proprietary material solely for authorized instructor use. Not authorized for sale or distribution in any manner. This document may not be copied, scanned, duplicated, forwarded, distributed, or posted on a website, in whole or part. Solutions Manual CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO CORPORATE FINANCE Answers to Concept Questions 1. In the corporate form of ownership,…

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  • Gold Jewellery Case Study

    Bureau of Economic Analysis and Federal Reserve Banks International statistics data provided by EuroStat National statistics offices in China, Hong Kong, India, USA, Japan, Switzerland, Zimbabwe, Australia, UK Proprietary research by leading global financial institutions such as Goldman Sachs, Amundi, Nomura, Credit Suisse and JP Morgan Proprietary research by leading regional financial institutions and brokerage firms in China, Hong Kong, Japan and India Industry promotion bodies such as the…

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