They are different because standard algorithm is more common then the expanded algorithm
Describe an algorithm for dividing rational numbers.
The full Question...Suppose 3 algorithms are used to perform the same task for a certain number of cycles. Algorithm A completes 3 cycles in one minute. Each of Algorithm B and Algorithm C respectively completes 4 and 5 cycles per minute. What is the shortest time required for each Algorithm to complete the same number of cycles?
An algorithm is a systematic method used to solve some problem.An algorithm is a systematic method used to solve some problem.An algorithm is a systematic method used to solve some problem.An algorithm is a systematic method used to solve some problem.
An algorithm is a set of code that is used to solve a problem.
Windows uses the multilevel feedback queue scheduling algorithm. Linux uses completely fair scheduler algorithm. Unix uses round robin scheduling algorithm.
Prim's algorithm is a 'graph algorithm' which uses a 'greedy approach' to find the minimum spanning tree of a graph.
Difference Between DDA and Bresenham Algorithm• DDA uses floating points where as Bresenham algorithm use fixed points.• DDA round off the coordinates to nearest integer but Bresenham algorithm does not.• Bresenham algorithm is much accurate and efficient than DDA.• Bresenham algorithm can draw circles and curves with much more accuracy than DDA.• DDA uses multiplication and division of equation but Bresenham algorithm uses subtraction and addition only.
An algorithm is a set of rules which a computer uses to excecute a task
Windows XP uses a quantum-based, preemptive priority scheduling algorithm
flow chart is pictorial representation of algorithm
I think it uses a special kind of algorithm called GENETIC ALGORITHM. Here is the link : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_algorithm It uses backtracking: http://help.asctimetables.com/text.php?id=803&lang=en
A monitor is the "gateway" to your computer. It is the output of your computer. E.g. a mathematical formula has an input, an output and an algorithm. The keyboard & mouse is the input, the computer is the algorithm, and the monitor is the output.