Tag: Algorithms
Posts of Tag: Algorithms
  1. K-Means Clustering with Scikit-Learn

    K-Means Clustering with Scikit-Learn Introduction K-means clustering is one of the most widely used unsupervised machine learning algorithms that forms clusters of data based on the similarity between data inst...Learn More
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  2. Insertion Sort in Python

    Insertion Sort in Python Introduction If you're majoring in Computer Science, Insertion Sort is most likely one of the first sorting algorithms you have heard of. It is intuitive and easy to implement, but it's...Learn More
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  3. Heap Sort in Python

    Heap Sort in Python Introduction Heap Sort is another example of an efficient sorting algorithm. Its main advantage is that it has a great worst-case runtime of O(n*logn) regardless of the input data. As the na...Learn More
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  4. Simulated Annealing Optimization Algorithm in Java

    Simulated Annealing Optimization Algorithm in Java Introduction Simulated Annealing is an evolutionary algorithm inspired by annealing from metallurgy. It's a closely controlled process where a metallic materia...Learn More
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  5. Merge Sort in Python

    Merge Sort in Python Introduction Merge Sort is one of the most famous sorting algorithms. If you're studying Computer Science, Merge Sort, alongside Quick Sort is likely the first efficient, general-purpose so...Learn More
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  6. Quicksort in Python

    Quicksort in Python Introduction Quicksort is a popular sorting algorithm and is often used, right alongside Merge Sort. It's a good example of an efficient sorting algorithm, with an average complexity of O(nl...Learn More
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  7. Graphs in Java: Breadth-First Search (BFS)

    Graphs in Java: Breadth-First Search (BFS) Introduction Graphs are a convenient way to store certain types of data. The concept was ported from mathematics and appropriated for the needs of computer science. Du...Learn More
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  8. Graphs in Java: Depth-First Search (DFS)

    Graphs in Java: Depth-First Search (DFS) Introduction Graphs are a convenient way to store certain types of data. The concept was ported from mathematics and appropriated for the needs of computer science. Due ...Learn More
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  9. Graphs in Java: Representing Graphs in Code

    Graphs in Java: Representing Graphs in Code Introduction Graphs are a convenient way to store certain types of data. The concept was ported from mathematics and appropriated for the needs of computer science. D...Learn More
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  10. Depth-First Search vs. Breadth-First Search in Python

    Let’s begin with tree traversal first. What does it even mean to traverse a tree? Since trees are a type of graph, tree traversal or tree search is a type of graph traversal. However, traversing through a tre...Learn More
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  11. Phase IV: Narrowing the Context

    I now know that I want to work on something related to making the workings of algorithm models more transparent and fair — below is a short list of specific contexts that I’ll explore. In the field of e-commer...Learn More
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  12. Algorithms In Python: Quicksort

    Photo by Martin Adams on Unsplash Today we will not be solving any leetcode question. Instead, we will be looking at a sorting algorithm. Quicksort Quicksort is an efficient sorting algorithm and falls in th...Learn More
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