Category: Algorithm
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Posts of Category: Algorithm
  1. K-Means Clustering with the Elbow method

    .lazyload-placeholder { display: none; } K-means clustering is an unsupervised learning algorithm that groups data based on each point euclidean distance to a central point called centroid. The centroids are de...Learn More
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  2. Graphs in Python: Minimum Spanning Trees - Kruskal's Algorithm

    Introduction Kruskal's algorithm is one of the three most famous algorithms for finding a minimum spanning tree (MST) in a graph. MSTs are widely used to calculate optimal paths in a lot of different fields. Fr...Learn More
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  3. Heap Sort in JavaScript

    Introduction In this guide, we will explore Heap Sort - the theory behind it and how to implement Heap Sort in JavaScript. We will start off with what data structure it's based on (massive foreshadow here: it's...Learn More
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  4. Graphs in Java: Minimum Spanning Trees - Prim's Algorithm

    Introduction Graphs are a convenient way to store certain types of data. The concept was ported from mathematics and appropriated for the needs of computer science. Due to the fact that many things can be repre...Learn More
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  5. Graphs in Python: Dijkstra's Algorithm

    Introduction Graphs are one of the most useful data structures. They can be used to model practically everything - object relations and networks being the most common ones. An image can be represented as a grid...Learn More
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  6. Graphs in Python: Breadth-First Search (BFS) Algorithm

    Introduction Graphs are one of the most useful data structures. They can be used to model practically everything - object relations and networks being the most common ones. An image can be represented as a grid...Learn More
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  7. Graph Theory and Graph-Related Algorithm's Theory and Implementation

    Introduction Graphs are a convenient way to store certain types of data. The concept was "stolen" from mathematics and appropriated for the needs of computer science. There are several ways in which we can desc...Learn More
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  8. Graphs in Python: Depth-First Search (DFS) Algorithm

    Introduction Originating from mathematics, graphs are now widely used data structures in Computer Science. One of the first problems we encounter when constructing any algorithm regarding Graph processing or tr...Learn More
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  9. Counting Sort in Java

    Introduction Sorting is one of the fundamental techniques used in solving problems, especially in those related to writing and implementing efficient algorithms. Usually, sorting is paired with searching - me...Learn More
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  10. Graphs in Python: Minimum Spanning Trees - Prim's Algorithm

    Introduction Graphs are a great tool for modeling relationships between objects. Graphs can be used to model complex relationships between any number of objects in a system, which makes them ideal for represent...Learn More
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  11. Dijkstra's Algorithm vs A* Algorithm

    Introduction Every single search algorithm consists of: The current state of the problem Possible actions that can be done in order to change that state The ability to recognize the final state - our goal Whe...Learn More
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  12. Phonetic Similarity of Words: A Vectorized Approach in Python

    Phonetic Similarity of Words: A Vectorized Approach in Python In an earlier article I gave you an introduction into phonetic algorithms, and shows their variety. In more detail we had a look at the edit distanc...Learn More
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