

Thank you for your suggestion but I don't really think they are going to give out that. If so, they are going to ask me for product details or question to verify I have bought from them which I don't have because when I use their products, I buy them from retailers who are not accredited dealers. Buddy, if you know this just help me out if you don't know too let me know.
Thank you.





MatGwet wrote: I don't really think they are going to give out that. Probably for a good reason.





how to find the keyword relevance between two images using aggregate markov chain. plz help






Hi,
I'm looking to buid a program that works like a dating site and that matches you with the best options available for you. They usually show the results starting from the closest and then expanding the research larger and larger.
I'm doing my project in the US and Canada for my 1st test.
I'm woundering how can I set this up to be the smartest way possible.
Is it IP location, Latitude and Longitude, city....???
Do I need a complete database with all the distances between all the citites in the US and Canada?
Or maybe instead of a database with the cities, regroup the cities by urban Areas to make the matrix smaller?
I've been trying to work with a programmer and he says that to do what they do we would need a big computing power that for a little project can't be possible.
I'M confused and decided to come here for some help and see what you find coder have to say about all this.
Thank you for you help





Member 11406585 wrote: I've been trying to work with a programmer and he says that to do what they do we would need a big computing power that for a little project can't be possible
Not based on your description.
Basic steps
 Determine a location. Ask them or attempt a service look up for IP (ask is probably better.)
 Then use a zip code location match to find a geo location for the zip code.
 Then 'draw' a box around the zip code  maybe based on user input miles from location.
 Then do a database geo look up to find others based on whether they are in the box or not.
More complex stuff than that happens on my personal development box every day.
For that matter you could just based it on zip code.





For the record, when a dating site is trying to find the "closest match to you" they don't mean geographically! They mean in terms of interests, morals, religion etc etc etc .
Don't you watch the adverts? I'm of a certain age, antisocial, spit a lot and like walking on sand ... my closest match is a Camel





You'll need the lat and long of every zip code in the US\Canada\whatever. Where you get that data? I don't know, will it be free? Perhaps not. But that's beside the point.
If a user does a 10 mile search and their zip code is 1234 you find the lat\long of that zip, work out how much extra lat\long you add for 10 miles in all directions (you'll find the maths to convert lat\long to miles online if you search) and you search for users where the lat\long falls within this 10 mile "square" (eg if the user is at lat long 0,0 you search for users where the lat is between 10 and +10, and the long is between 10 and +10). That will give you all results in a 10 mile "square" around the user, but you *really* need a circle, not a square. You can leave the results as they are knowing some will be a little long, or you can do another set of processing on the initial results that fell within the "box" to eliminate the ones that are outside the 10 mile circle. You find this out using Pythagoras' theorem (again online if you need to search). Loop through every result and for each result calculate the "crow flies" distance between the two users using Pythagoras, and if that distance is > 10 remove it from the result set. If you want to show the exact distance between the user and the found user you'll need Pythagoras' theorem anyway. Doing this search as a twostep process will allow you to quickly eliminate most results using a standard, fast SQL query, and you then finetune the results in your code on that reduced result set.





Following function represents Sakamoto's Algorithm from Wikipedia page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Determination_of_the_day_of_the_week
int dow(int y, int m, int d) {
static int t[] = {0, 3, 2, 5, 0, 3, 5, 1, 4, 6, 2, 4};
y = m < 3;
return (y + y/4  y/100 + y/400 + t[m1] + d) % 7;
}
i do not understand how does the algorithm work? especially, the t[] array.





The t array holds constants for each month, so the day can be calculated based on some recurring pattern of days within months. A look at the calendar should show you what this pattern is. The calculation using year, month and day yields some value, which is then divided by 7, giving the day of the week in the range [06].





Hi, I would be very glad if someone can help me with algorithm to solve following task.
We have a convoy of cars that are lined up in a row and must cross the bridge. Cars can´t overtake each other.
The bridge has limited capacity, which may not be exceeded.
Find the algorithm, which divides cars into groups so that the entire convoy cross the bridge in the shortest time.
Another group is allowed to enter only when the entire previous group cross the bridge.
Weight and speed of each car is known. The speed of group is determined by the slowest of car in the group.
Sample data:
Input
Output
Thank you for your help, Petr





I see some homework but I don't see a real question, except perhaps to do the homework.





I can´t find the algorithm to solve this thing, so I ask if someone can help me..
I thought about it, but I didn´t find the solution.





We don't have ready made algorithms for each problem. You could try and come up with your own; keep adding cars to the current group until you reach a threshold  be it number of cars or total weight, if either one is reached, send the group.
Then find the slowest car in that group; that's the speed of that group.
For the fastest way of the group, you'd try to move as much slow vehicles together as possible.
Bastard Programmer from Hell
If you can't read my code, try converting it here[^]





Member 11345380 wrote: I can´t find the algorithm to solve this thing
However that looks exactly like what the homework is  to find the algorithm. Thus giving it to you would be doing the homework.
If you had an algorithm that you wanted others to review that would be a different matter.





hello guys. I'm newbies here since my friends promote to this forum.
can i know how to check 16 number of parity bits.
how to check the 16th parity bits?






I am working on a bignum library and have been checking out some of the functions. I would like to know it the times I am seeing are good, bad, or indifferent.
To test big numbers, I used the RSA challenge file.
The times are in seconds and hundredths.
The initialize time is setting high priority and allocating all of virtual memory.
The read and split time is the time to read the file (one time) and tokenize it.
The edit time is for deleting unneeded lines in the file.
To get any difference in time between the different RSA instances, I had to loop 100,000 times to get different time values for the different instances (as you can see, the read/split time and the edit time are the default .01 second), thus those times are listed as 100K*xxx, i.e. "RSA2048 100K*DTB conversion time: 2.06" means 20.6 microseconds for any single loop.
A single RSA instance includes the following data which is verified during the conversion (the first RSA instance is used as this example):
RSA576
Status: Factored
Decimal Digits: 174
18819881292060796383869723946165043980716356337941
73827007633564229888597152346654853190606065047430
45317388011303396716199692321205734031879550656996
221305168759307650257059
Decimal Digit Sum: 785
The edit deletes the blank lines and the Status line. The initialize, read, and edit are only done one time.
The conversion time for each RSA instance includes validating that only decimal digits are present in the data, and that there the correct number of digits, and that the digit sum matches. I load the number as a radix 10 value and convert it to binary, and verify that the result has the correct number of bits. I save this binary value over the decimal digits so I can load it later without conversion. I also load this binary value to insure correct operation with radix 1. Each RSA instance is processed 100,000 times and then the time is calculated.
The SQRT times include loading the binary value and taking the SQRT and getting its remainder, and then squaring the SQRT and adding the remainder and comparing the result with the RSA instance value. Each RSA instance is processed 100,000 times and then the time is calculated.
With all of the above operations as described, are the times at all reasonable, i.e. 20.6 microseconds for DTB conversion and validation of a 2048 bit binary number and 63.6 microseconds to load and take the SQRT and validate (SQRT**2 + remainder == semi prime) for the 2048 bit binary value?
Dave.
Time to initialize: 0.06
Time to read and split RSA.TXT: 0.01
Time to edit RSA.TXT: 0.01
RSA576 100K*DTB conversion time: 0.49
RSA640 100K*DTB conversion time: 0.56
RSA704 100K*DTB conversion time: 0.59
RSA768 100K*DTB conversion time: 0.79
RSA896 100K*DTB conversion time: 0.98
RSA1024 100K*DTB conversion time: 1.13
RSA1536 100K*DTB conversion time: 1.54
RSA2048 100K*DTB conversion time: 2.06
Time to DTB convert 100K*RSA.TXT: 8.34
RSA576 SQRT Time  100k*RSA.TXT: 1.46
RSA640 SQRT Time  100k*RSA.TXT: 2.51
RSA704 SQRT Time  100k*RSA.TXT: 2.71
RSA768 SQRT Time  100k*RSA.TXT: 2.12
RSA896 SQRT Time  100k*RSA.TXT: 2.40
RSA1024 SQRT Time  100k*RSA.TXT: 2.80
RSA1536 SQRT Time  100k*RSA.TXT: 5.69
RSA2048 SQRT Time  100k*RSA.TXT: 6.36






PIEBALDconsult wrote: You don't mean a big integer class?
No, I prefer to roll my own, only my functions process only positive integers. I do not use C++ or .NET, I am a MASM(5,6,7,8,9) programmer. OBTW, I read the class documentation but could not find a SQRT function, did I miss it somewhere?
If you are interested, I can email you the RSA.txt file (if you do not already have it) and you could implement and test the SQRT function and report the timings from the big integer class. My timings were taken on an HP Pavilion dv76c23cl  6GB memory, quad AMD, 2.5GHz, 32 bit assembly, console application.
What I was looking for was anyone's WAG about how long the square roots of 576 bit to 2048 bit integers should take.
Dave.





I have several more questions to ask about bignumb processing, but since you were were the only one to respond to my original question I thought I'd just ask you directly via email, however your email seams to be blocked so I will ask here directly.
When you select the low limit for a potential P value of 40% of the decimal digit count, what would that be? Lets take a simple example  40% of a 15 digit number would be 6 digits. My assumption is that it would be 100,000, 6 digits and the lowest number in 6 digits. If I wanted to insure that this was an odd number, would that change to 99,999 or to 999,999? 99,999 is not a 6 digit number, but 999,999 is certainly greater than the minimum 6 digit number of 100,000. Which should be used as the limit to match what RSA would generate for encryption?
To calculate this in binary, consider that 10^14 is 100,000,000,000,000 (15 digits) = 0x3,8D7E,A4C6,8000 (50 bits). 40% of 50 bits is 20 bits. The lowest 20 bit number is 0x8,0000 (the lowest number in 20 bits). If I wanted to insure that this was an odd number, would that change to 0x7,FFFF or 0xF,FFFF? 0x7,FFFF is just a 19 bit number, but 0xF,FFFF is certainly is certainly greater than the minimum 20 bit number of 0x8,0000.
The upper limit of 45% is easier to figure out. Just create the maximum number for that digit count (or bit count) and increment the count and create the
number as a base to a power, then decrement the result by 1 (it will always be odd, either 99999... or FFFFF...).
Dave.





It seems you know more about it than I do.





Thank you for the reply. I guess I'll just select the smallest low number to guarantee that I get most of the created keys. I already plan to check that low limit and if I find that that low limit value is above the solution value, I will just use it as a high limit and use the value 1 as thee low limit.
Dave.





hello all,
first of all escuse me for my English.
I am looking for help at the following problem:
at my final project for Bsc i get data and need to decide if a threshold had been crossed (tha data IS NOT BOOLEAN.. i get data about the velocity of an object)
the deffinition : if i get that for 1sec at least the given data is above threshold  It has been crossed.
it ofcourse complicated beacuse i need to filter "noise".
i thought to use "ALPHA FILTER" or "X/Y decision" or "Avarege" and other.. but i am sure that someone did a these on that and there is a proven algorythm to handle it.
thanks for all yours replies
sincerely yours,
sia





Need a lot more detail. What programming language? Where are you stuck exactly?
There are only 10 types of people in the world, those who understand binary and those who don't.




