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AnswerRe: Consider a complete binary tree with an odd number of nodes. Let n be the number of internal nodes (non-leaves) in the tree. Define the internal path length, I, as the sum, taken over all the internal nodes of the tree, of the depth of each node. Pinmembermark merrens28-Mar-13 7:24 
AnswerRe: Consider a complete binary tree with an odd number of nodes. Let n be the number of internal nodes (non-leaves) in the tree. Define the internal path length, I, as the sum, taken over all the internal nodes of the tree, of the depth of each node. PinmvpRichard MacCutchan28-Mar-13 7:25 
GeneralRe: Consider a complete binary tree with an odd number of nodes. Let n be the number of internal nodes (non-leaves) in the tree. Define the internal path length, I, as the sum, taken over all the internal nodes of the tree, of the depth of each node. Pinmemberamistry_petlad28-Mar-13 7:51 
GeneralRe: Consider a complete binary tree with an odd number of nodes. Let n be the number of internal nodes (non-leaves) in the tree. Define the internal path length, I, as the sum, taken over all the internal nodes of the tree, of the depth of each node. PinmvpRichard MacCutchan28-Mar-13 7:58 
AnswerRe: Consider a complete binary tree with an odd number of nodes. Let n be the number of internal nodes (non-leaves) in the tree. Define the internal path length, I, as the sum, taken over all the internal nodes of the tree, of the depth of each node. PinmemberJacek Gajek4-Jun-13 13:06 
QuestionThe degree of a node in a tree is the number of children the node has. If a tree has n1 nodes of degree 1, n2 nodes of degree 2, ..., nm nodes of degree m, compute the number of leaves in the tree in terms of n1, n2, . . . , nm. Pinmemberamistry_petlad28-Mar-13 7:04 
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NewsNew computer vision algorithms, check out the videos PinmemberBupeChombaDerrick20-Feb-13 20:33 
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QuestionComplexity and Routing Problems Pinmemberbrkonja18-Feb-13 13:10 
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QuestionLinear algebra jacobi Singular Value Decomposition (SVD) algorithm PinmemberBupeChombaDerrick12-Feb-13 20:25 
Hello out there, I have been working on a project to design a new computer vision system and I have succeeded, the only stage remaining is the homography estimation stage.But to estimate the homography matrix the algorithm has to compute the singular value decomposition or svd of the measurement matrix. I can easily use openCV or LAPACK for that but I want to implement my own Jacobi SVD method and the openCV and Lapack are too big, I don't want my computer vision system library to be dependent on them. Does anyone have a copyright free example code of a fast jacobi svd implementation that I can modify without using the big free libraries? I want a simplified implementation, even pseudocode would suffice.
 
I will create a tech demo video for this computer vision system. It out performs state of the art systems in object detection/recognition. I'am surely going to acknowledge any help I can get.
 
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QuestionRobot voice and FFT Pinmemberltronghau28-Dec-12 21:30 
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QuestionHow to get the index of a cell in a Table Pinmemberpix_programmer20-Dec-12 1:27 
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QuestionWhen completing a bespoke programme should I give the code up? Pinmemberitorchuk17-Dec-12 8:08 
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QuestionPrime Number Generation PinmemberJoshua Guyette14-Dec-12 9:36 
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