> is a program organization unit that returns one immediate result.
> is directly called with its name (not through an instance).
> has no persistent state from one call to the other.
> can be used as an operand in other expressions.
What is the cost of A* search in the worst case?
anyone has the answer for this retarded question?
The time complexity of A* depends on the heuristic. In the worst case, the number of nodes expanded is exponential in the length of the solution (the shortest path), but it is polynomial when the search space is a tree, there is a single goal state, and the heuristic function h meets a certain criteria:
>In the worst case, the number of nodes expanded is exponential in the length of the solution (the shortest path),
What? No it's not. You can trivially construct an input where the length of the shortest path is 1 but the algorithm takes an arbitrary amount of time to finish.
What is your favorite free forum platform?
I am thinking of hosting one and so far I think discourse is a good option to consider, what do you guise think?
Let's say with your genius, you discovered an algorithm that would do something very incredible (like say compress files at a very incredible rate).
Would you open source it and let other companies make money out of it or close source it and make a company of your own and make riches?
what editor do you guys use and recommend ?
Just how fucking bottlenecked is this card? Every new benchmark that comes out just has it perform better and better. This is going to become the i5 2500k of the GPU world.
>there are people who bought the 980ti instead of the future proof Fury
Trying to spoof my iMac's MAC Address
Once I type in
"sudo ifconfig en1 ether 10:9a:dd:xx:xx:xx" terminal accepts the command however I can no longer connect to WIFI.
It apparently connects but can not retrieve a DHCP IP. I try manually setting the IP and no luck either. Can anyone offer some help?
On OSX 10.11.5 (El Capitan)
read the ifconfig man page. I'm sure it has something in there talking about why that would happen. If not, check the wpasupplicant man page (assuming you use that in your system).
There's a couple of days that Youtube videos are loading, loading but I can't watch them? Anyone else got this problem? I'm pretty sure it's not my internet because all other sites are working just fine.
So I installed W10 and tried Edge for a bit.
This thing is crazy fast. Even faster than chrome. But it has really shitty font rendering.
What country/city do you keep your VPS?
Do keep it there for latency or security reasons?
Anyone know of any good cables that are individually sleeved?
>people actually use this in production
a long time ago computer scientists realized that some setups might offer an order of magnitude performance improvement at a cost of "not necessarily 100% recall". in lots of cases, that's an acceptable loss for the proposed gain.
the internet basically works on this premise - that you can take a negligible loss on consistency in exchange for a MASSIVE boost to performance. welcome to the internet of inconsistency.
The internet mostly runs on TCP, so no you dont take any loss.
Streaming and Online gaming on other hand work just throw data on the wall and dont give a fuck if it sticks or not.
So I just came up on a galaxy s7 edge but its a Verizon phone
my carrier is sprint
I've read online that the phone is unlocked and I can go get a new sim and use the s7 but I want to know if I'm good or should I just sell it and stick with my piece of shit lg vigor
>device designed for the specific purpose of laying flat and not taking up alot of room
>noty only standing straight up but in the way of the 24 pin connector and possibly the ram and also most if not all custom coolers what the holy fuck where they thinking?
AMD users will defend this.