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Thank you very much for such an informative post. :)

Thank you very much for such an informative post. :)

Thank you very much for such an informative post. :)

Thank you very much for such an informative post. :)

Thank you very much for such an informative post. :)

Teaching & Research Forum / Section/Group Creation in Moodle
« on: September 18, 2018, 06:43:21 PM »
Here is how you can create sections under a course:
From the left side panel on your dashboard go to

Menu-> My Courses -> Select your course->
Then go to

Participants -> Click on right side settings icon -> Groups -> In the bottom create groups.

You can create groups in two way: manually or automatic

If you face any problem then let me know.

Hal Burch conducted an analysis over spring break of 1999 and made an amazing discovery: there are only 16 types of programming contest problems! Furthermore, the top several comprise almost 80% of the problems seen at the IOI. Here they are:
Dynamic Programming
Complete Search
Flood Fill
Shortest Path
Recursive Search Techniques
Minimum Spanning Tree
Computational Geometry
Network Flow
Eulerian Path
Two-Dimensional Convex Hull
Heuristic Search
Approximate Search
Ad Hoc Problems
The most challenging problems are Combination Problems which involve a loop (combinations, subsets, etc.) around one of the above algorithms - or even a loop of one algorithm with another inside it. These seem extraordinarily tricky to get right, even though conceptually they are ``obvious''.

Very useful post. Hope to try all the apps. Thanks for sharing with us :)

Graphics has been developed and will be the new domain of visualizations :)

Really. Now it's with racism. AI has gone so far :(

Common Forum/Request/Suggestions / Re: How to e-mail easily
« on: April 20, 2017, 06:24:35 PM »
Nice :)

AI is the best. The future is full of AI. Thanks for sharing :)

Wow. Interesting. Let's see what's happened in future. :)

« on: April 20, 2017, 05:39:04 PM »
Competitive programming is similar to quiz contests. Here a team or individual is given a number of mathematical and logical problems to solve using any programming language allowed by the host. The competition can span from just a few hours to even months. The categories of problems cover many mathematical concepts like data structures, graphs, number theory, dynamic programming, string processing, algebra, geometry and much more. The competitions take place online – on both local and global networks. The team that solves the most problems earliest with the least erroneous submissions wins. There can also be other criteria of point distribution such as the efficiency of the algorithm, size of the code and many more.

Wow. HumCom: HumanComputer :P

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