Category Archives: Computer Science

. Give and analyse an algorithm for computing the square of a directed graph G given in (a) adjacency-list representation and (b) adjacency-matrix representation.

2. Give and analyse an algorithm for computing the square of a directed graph G given in (a) adjacency-list representation and (b) adjacency-matrix representation.

To compute G2 from the adjacency-list representation Adj of G, we perform the following for each Adj[u]:

for each vertex v in Adj[u]:

for each vertex w in Adj[v]

edge(u, w) ∈ E2

insert w in Adj2(u)

where Adj2 is the adjacency-list representation of G2 . For every edge in Adj we scan at most |V | vertices, thus we compute Adj2 in time O(V E).

After we have computed Adj2, we have to remove any duplicate edges from the lists (there may be more than one two-edge path in G between any two vertices). Removing duplicate edges is done in O(V +E0 ) where….

Management Of Complex Systems: Toward Agent-Based Gaming For Policy

Management of Complex Systems: Toward Agent-Based Gaming for Policy   – this should include below 4 modules:

 

CHAPTER SUMMARY: Summarize chapter presented during the week. Identify the main point (as in “What’s your point?”), thesis, or conclusion of the key ideas presented in the chapter. SUPPORT: Do research outside of the book and demonstrate that you have in a very obvious way. This refers to research beyond the material presented in the textbook. Show something you have discovered from your own research. Be sure this is obvious and adds value beyond what is contained in the chapter itself. EVALUATION: Apply the concepts from the appropriate chapter. Hint: Be sure to use specific terms and models directly from the textbook in analyzing the material presented and include the page….

Annotated Bibliography, Specifically Focusing On Implementing Information Technology In The Global Economy With Big Data profile

Your paper will be an annotated bibliography, specifically focusing on implementing Information Technology in the Global Economy with  Big Data

 

You paper must be in correct APA format, use correct grammar, and will need to include at least seven (7) resources, ALL of which must:

1) Be current. Published within the last few years.

2) Be peer-reviewed.

3) Relate directly to Defense in depth in the context of protecting National Infrastructure.

Remember that an annotation is not the same as an abstract. Abstracts are descriptive. Your annotations are to be evaluative and critical. Give me enough information for me to decide if I’m interested enough to read the paper, and also how you perceive the paper. Don’t go skimpy on these annotations, but DO NOT write too much here. Quality is….

Explain a scenario where you or someone you know may have unknowingly given too much personal information to a stranger. How could this situation have been avoided?

Social engineering is the art of manipulating people so they give up confidential information. The types of information these criminals are seeking can vary, but when individuals are targeted the criminals are usually trying to trick you into giving them your passwords or bank information, or access your computer to secretly install malicious software – that will give them access to your passwords and bank information as well as giving them control over your computer.

Explain a scenario where you or someone you know may have unknowingly given too much personal information to a stranger. How could this situation have been avoided?

Reference Article Link:

https://www.webroot.com/us/en/resources/tips-articles/what-is-social-engineering

C++ Vector Number Input And Output

Create a vector that allows the user to enter as many numbers as they wish (assume they will enter at least 1 number). The user will enter non-negative numbers (greater than or equal to zero) one at a time. When the user wishes to no longer enter numbers, the user should enter -1 to signal they are done.

When the user is done entering numbers, print in order:

How many numbers the user entered. The numbers the user entered in order. The smallest number they entered. The largest number they entered. The first number they entered. The last number they entered.