Every websites uses one form of algorithm or the other in order to complete certain tasks and meet some goals. Facebook, being the social giant that it is, was no exception to the list of companies that use their own specific Algorithm (Google is a good example of a company that does this), and named … More Facebook’s Algorithm: The EdgeRank explained
The nearest neighbor algorithm is a commonly used algorithm in directing a salesman to choose the next nearest city for him to visit. More often than not, salesmen would want to cover a greater distance since this presents more opportunities for them to sell. But the problem is they could not accomplish this, given the … More The Nearest Neighbor Algorithm
In this post, I would like to write about an interesting application of game theory. A collaborative research with Rice University and Tel Aviv University has recently published a research paper that bacterias, just like us, follow the rules of game theory. Bacterias, are single cell microorganisms that usually live as a group. When this … More Research Related to Game Theory: Studies have discovered that bacterias “play” game theory as well!
In September 2013, Google announced that they will be using a whole new search algorithm in the form of the Hummingbird. This means that every search takes into account the whole context of the user as opposed to simply matching the keywords and linking them to the search results. In a sense, the algorithm takes … More Google’s Hummingbird Algorithm
Please respond to the following topic. Your posts should be about a paragraph. Your responses should be posted on this blog. The due date for the post will be the end of January, which is January 31st. However, I highly recommend that you finish your post by January 20th, so other students will have sufficient … More CLUB TOPIC #4: ALAN TURING AND HIS CONTRIBUTIONS