kandi X-RAY | DNC Summary
kandi X-RAY | DNC Summary
Deterministic Network Calculus is a methodology for worst-case modeling and analysis of communication networks. It enables to derive deterministic bounds on a server’s backlog as well as a flow’s end-to-end delay. Given a directed graph of servers (server graph) and the flows crossing these servers, the Deterministic Network Calculator (DNC) automates the derivation of bounds.
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- Saves the delay LPv2 into the output file
- Produces a CPEString representation of this instance
- Returns a string representation of the flow_shape
- Produces a CPE string representation of this flow
- Calculate the J2C constraints
- Get the temporal constraint relation between two paths
- Returns a string representation of this cluster
- Saves the LPV file to disk
- Creates a string representation of the Lp solver
- Creates a copy of this curve with the specified latency
- Initialize a string representation of a curve
- Prints the server graph
- Derives the pi flow from the network
- Compute the inflection of the inflection points
- Get the maximum horizontal deviation between two curves
- Returns the maximum horizontal deviation of two curves
- Shifts a curve to a left edge
- Returns the x - coordinate of two segments
- Returns a copy of the curve with the given x - axis
- Returns a string representation of the analysis configuration
- Calculate the path between two paths
- Create a deep copy of this graph
- Performs non - decreasing constraints
- Get the flows for a sub - path
- Saves the backlog at the flow
- Create an affine curve
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I was looking for a computational problem for an assignment that specifies we need to show both the DnC approach and the brute force approach. I was very interested in "the defective chessboard" which is better explained in this question. Defective chessboard problem - looking for pseudocode algorithm (divide&conquer)
However, although it has been easy enough to find and understand the D&C approach, I have been struggling to find or create a brute force approach although I did find out that the naive approach has a time complexity of O(n^2).
The defective chessboard problem is an interesting problem that is can be solved with a “divide and conquer” approach. The naive algorithm has a time complexity of O(n^2).
I was wondering if there is no brute force approach to this question, how is it that we have been able to find the time complexity, and if there is a brute force approach, I would like some guidance on how to go about it....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-12 at 13:55
There do exist brute force approaches to this problem.
For example you could have a function that placed a trionimo covering the first available empty square in all possible orientations, and then called itself recursively to see if there was a solution to filling in the remaining holes.
However, this would have exponential complexity as it would need to backtrack whenever it became impossible to place a trionimo.
I think the comment about "the naive algorithm" refers to the fact that the described implementation of the divide and conquer algorithm would have O(n^2) complexity (because O(n^2) trionimos are placed one at a time).
A more sophisticated implementation of this divide and conquer algorithm could spot that most of the subproblems are identical (solving a square with a single square missing at a corner), so the answer to this subproblem could be cached and reused for lower computational complexity.
I am using a library call to connect to my vendor. The libary call requires a callback in the call. Without a callback in the function, I can easily make this synchronous. With the Callback, everything I do is stuck in the callback and never bubbles it way out.
I have literally tried 100 different ways to get this to work....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-11 at 13:22
reject expect parameters, which are
err in your case.
As far as
removeFromDNC returns a Promise instance, you should call it using either async/await syntax:
I'm pretty new to Coding but I'm really struggling with this issue. I need the sheet to auto Copy & Paste to different tabs depending on which option is selected from a dropdown menu. I can get one to work perfectly with the code below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-22 at 19:32
In a Google Apps Script project all the files share the same global scope, meaning that variable and function names should have unique names across all files.
In other words, while renaming each
onEdit function to give to each of them an unique name is a step in the right direction you have to do the same with the global variables:
pasteRange since them have the same value in both files, it's better to keep one declaration of each of this variables and delete the others.
I have a .xlsm with data tabs that's designed to auto populate some cells with data and then export those rows to a CSV file, however when I run my code it copies the entire active range including the cells that have been formatted to be blank and it exports them as commas, I've tried writing the code to delete the commas in the new CSV and I've tried writing the code to not copy over formatted blank values in the first place but nothing so far I've tried has worked.
So far I've spent a few months on this, and other people on the forums have the same issue but no one seems to have fixed it....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-18 at 13:33
I am trying to display a default value in react-select based on an array of values. I have confirmed that the value is equal to the value I am comparing against. I have looked through this post, this post, this post, this post, this post and this post. Despite the similarities, the
defaultValue will still not set. I have confirmed by loggin the result of my comparators that they are the same, both in uppercase, both strings.
My Select element is...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-29 at 22:47
The error is in your filter function. You decompose value, and then access value.value. This is undefined.
Instead, take the option argument without decomposition, and access option.value.
I would like to modify the 'selected'
singleValue color in my
styles object based on the options that are provided.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-21 at 21:46
Use an style map object:
There are 7.7M records (and growing rapidly) in the table and it is taking up to 19 seconds to count all records.
My requirement is to load it within 1 sec please help me ....
My table structure is ->...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-17 at 07:23
Start by finding the 3rd newest dialDate for that
campaignId. Then add to the
AND dialDate >= @third
Also have this composite index:
If that does not help enough, then provide
- The generated query. (I can be tricky to follow the concats.)
EXPLAIN SELECT ...
I am able to integrate POST request using Alamofire. I am fetching following response. but I need to add "docname" key docs into array. Could you please anyone guide me to handle this response...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-13 at 10:57
Create data types for the response json as below and use JSONDecoder to parse the response.
I have the below code that creates charts from some worksheets and put the charts in their own worksheets. When I run the macro on it's own it works perfectly. When I use
Call InsertDNCCharts from another macro I get a "Invalid Parameter" error on
.Period = 7 from within the
With tl block. Why is there a difference? If the code runs on its own shouldn't it run the same way when called from another sub?
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-22 at 18:02
If the chart in discussion (the created one) has at least 7 points, it is possible that the code is not referring to the appropriate chart, or the chart has not been created as necessary.
In order to check that, I would suggest you putting a break point on line
With tl and visually check if the active chart is the one you need and if it looks as expected. It looks that the problem has to be before the line raising the error.
I'm using Vue.js for building a Webpage so I'm using
v-for for iteration and I want to access the iterating variable inside
See the code and output images....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-18 at 11:48
Currently, you're not using VueJS binding to tell your images their
src, so instead of a URL, they receive the string
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Navigate to you Eclipse workspace directory, clone the NCorg DNC repository to it and pull the submodules.
In Eclipse, navigate to File > New > Java Project, use the name DNC and click Finish (you do not need to create a module-info in the next dialog). This creates a DNC project in your workbench.
Right-click on DNC and select Configure > Convert to Maven Project. Your workspace will be rebuilt accordingly.
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