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    4 The Simplex Method As we have seen, a linear programming problem forms a convex polygon in the best possible scenario. It is imperative to obtain a process that would assist in determining the optimal solution without the need to examine the graphical representation. The need for an algorithm that would perform such process was essential in the early days of the formulations of linear programming problems. Although challenging, the task was accomplished by a mathematician of the twentieth century. In 1947, George Dantzig developed a process that assisted in computing optimal solutions for minimization and maximization linear programming problems, this method is known as the simplex method [6]. Regardless of his great discovery, the linear programming problem needed to be set up in canonical form, so that the process could be utilized. Dantzig’s discovery could be applied to optimize any given objective function, given that the structure was in canonical form. In addition to the proper set up, the number of variables needs to be larger than the number of constraints. Assume that there are m equations and n unknowns. If the number of equations is equal to the number of constraints, then the solution could be derived without considering the objective function. Thus n>m is a prerequisite for a…

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    Thesis: Offering computer science classes to all students as early as kindergarten should be encouraged, because the school’s best interest is within the skill sets our children will need for future use. I. Importance of putting coding classes in schools curriculum. A. The need for this skill set and benefits from learning. 1. Jobs are in high demand for people with education in coding. Additionally computer science jobs are high paying 2. Coding teaches many other valuable techniques such as…

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    The Secret Of A Successful Job There is one of the most important ways to make your job better, and doing a special work. The way to do a successful job is to love what you do. Successful people love what they work on. For example: Steve Jobs is one of powerful people, he always says, “The only way to do great work is to love what you do”. In my own experience, I studied Computer Science for two years at University of Kuwait. Then, I worked at a petroleum company called KJO, which is one…

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    Presenting Needs and Initial Intake: Our holistic work with community members begins with our Direct Service Network. Upon arrival at the Panacea Institute for Equality in Education, families are greeted with a “pre-screen” process to determine their presenting need. At this initial entry point, education challenges supersede all other family challenges. The support staff responsible for the prescreening process will determine the severity of the educational challenge and will determine how…

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    “If you think you are worth what you know, you are very wrong. Your knowledge today does not have much value beyond a couple of years. Your value is what you can learn and how easily you can adapt to the changes this profession brings so often.” – Jose M. Aguilar The aforementioned quote summarizes my intent behind the pursuit of master 's degree from a prestigious university such as yours. An invigorating career in the field of Computer Science has always been my dream. With an…

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    Movie: The Imitation Game Internet The imitation game is a movie about Alan Turing and the Enigma-code. He is a mathematical. The movie takes place in the WO2. The Germans had decrypted all their massages so that the American and the British army can’t understand and read the massages. Alan Turing should cracking the code. Under time pressure, he makes a machine who can crack the codes. After two years it finely worked. Now it was possible to read every massages. The Germans…

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    The rules of Logic specify the meaning of mathematical statements, it is the basis of all mathematical reasoning (Rosen, 2012). Its application in the area of computer science is very vast that even the computer itself defends on it, True or False, 1 or 0, and the presence or absence of bit. The study of Logic will increase your knowledge in formulating logically statements for the reason that program statements and expressions is built from repeated application of logical operators. This module…

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    • PSO Algorithm to generate test cases A. Initialize the population with N Particles where Program will search for optimal solution through the movement of these particles. And Set iterations counter I = 0. B. Apply Fitness function: Calculating the fitness value by calculating the percentage of this particle will share in minimizing the total processing time to find the optimal solution. C. Compare the calculated fitness value of each particle with its (lbest). If current value is better…

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    I do not believe the idea that the human brain is based on an algorithm, it is too complex due to it constantly gaining new experiences. Sweetie is constantly changing, her mood might be different, sweetie is always taking in new experiences, learning, the program simply is not capable of having the same ability. If the program somehow could continuously be connected to sweeties brain asking it and getting a response that would be effective however that is not possible. Let's say you ask the…

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    In the book, Outliers: The Story of Success, by Malcolm Gladwell, the author is challenging our views of how people become successful. He is saying that to get to where you want to be you can’t rely solely on hard work or determination. It takes much more than that, something that many of us don’t get; opportunities. If you want to be successful, you need a series of opportunities that present themselves to you at the right time, to put you ahead of everyone else. He proves this idea in chapter…

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