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- evaluate one line Haskell expressions and display the results (and type signature as well)
- the valid expressions are stored to auto-complete history (browse and select, clear or save to sdcard)
- you can share your result (along with expression and type) from menu or tap on result/type/expr)
Please note, that computations (and thus results) are limited to 750ms.
-->Depth First Search
-->Breadth First Search
--> Bubble Sort
-->knapsack problem ,,,,,,,,and many more
1) Pseudo code of all algorithms
2) Explanations of pseudo codes
3) Diagrammatic representation of examples
4) C program of all algorithms
5) Does not need internet to run ;)
Most of the content came from two courses taught at Stanford University:
- CS 161, Design and Analysis of Algorithms (cs161.stanford.edu). I borrowed heavily from the notes compiled by Moor Xu, http://stanford.edu/~moorxu/notes/161/161main.pdf.
- CS 106B, Programming Abstractions (cs106b.stanford.edu). The 106B course reader was a valuable source of information.
It is an interpreter for the programming language BASIC (Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code) specially designed for tablets with a screen resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels and operating system Android.
10 BUTTONS OFF
11 BUTTONS ON
20 DO UNTIL
21 DO WHILE
24 END IF
25 END SUB
26 EXIT DO
27 EXIT FOR
28 EXIT SUB
39 LOOP UNTIL
40 LOOP WHILE
You have just to type the equation coefficients and press solve.
It will show the process of Ruffini and in particular for each step:
• The polynomial factorized;
• The roots;
• Tables of Ruffini.
The algorithm ends when the polynomial is factorized where possible.
The application requires no internet access and no resources of your phone.
ProDeaf Mobile is the only one to have a Libras dictionary, so you can navigate through hundreds of words in portuguese and learn its translation into Libras, even if you are not connected to the Internet. This innovative translation from portuguese to Libras is entirely free and is even better!
ProDeaf Mobile is designed and developed by ProDeaf Tecnologias Assistivas and is sponsored by Bradesco Seguros.
Note: Only real numbers
- No Ads!
- No more text-based input
- Optimized from Donut to Jelly Bean
- Save up to 7 matrices
- Solve ("Division")
- LU decomposition
- Cholesky decomposition
- QR decomposition
- Singular value decomposition (SVD)
- Enter complex functions into each cell of the matrix
- / (Division)
- * (Multiplication)
- % (Coefficient)
- Trigonometry (Acos, sin, etc.)
- Pow (what to raise, index to raise to)
We are now giving away this app absolutely free, there are no ads, no in-app purchases, and no pro version. Please help support the developer by posting a positive market review or donate (email address below). Thank you and enjoy!
Also the previous "translations" I did are gone as they were pretty bad. If you wish to help translate the app please let me know. Otherwise a $15 donation will cover a professional translation.
- Check your course and exam timetables on the move
- Log into QM Plus and your QM email
- Search for, reserve and renew library books directly from your phone
- Check PC workstation availability across all of our campuses
- Receive the latest news and events from QM
- Information, news and events from Queen Mary Students’ Union
- Search campus maps for buildings and locations
- A Pocket Guide featuring useful links to Student Services and Support
Further features are being planned for inclusion in the app so make sure you download future updates.
This application synchronizes with the 4clojure.com website and works in both online and offline mode. I thank the 4Clojure team for developing and maintaining this great resource, and for allowing me to base this application upon their work.
The 4Clojure app is written under Clojure-Android initiative. Source code for the application: https://github.com/alexander-yakushev/foreclojure-android