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a precise rule (or set of rules) specifying how to solve some problem

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This comes at a time when algorithms have come to underline much of the modern world and growing so complex as to spark concern over the abilities it might bring in the future so that people wouldn't predict what algorithms are capable of doing.
While details surrounding this technology are still unclear, it seemed to impress many internet users who went to Reddit to question the ability of these AI algorithms.
Alexander Winkler-Schwartz, M.D., from McGill University in Montreal, and colleagues recruited 50 participants from a single university to identify surgical and operative factors selected by a machine learning algorithm to accurately classify participants by level of expertise in a virtual reality surgical procedure.
The researchers found that accuracy was 90 percent for the K-nearest neighbor algorithm, 84 percent for the naive Bayes algorithm, 78 percent for the discriminant analysis algorithm, and 76 percent for the support vector machine algorithm.
ALGATOR is a complex system in which users can perform various kinds of tasks - from technically demanding (e.g., defining the properties of a project) to rather straightforward and simple tasks (e.g., using charts presented on a web page to compare the quality of two algorithms).
Although code profilers offer a number of different tests and measurements, their use is not appropriate for accurate analysis of algorithms, as they do not allow to tailor the sets of test cases and to perform analysis based on user-defined measurements and output indicators.
A lot of so-called optimization problems--problems that find the best solution from all possible solutions, such as mapping the fastest route from point A to point B--rely on sequential algorithms that have not changed since they first were described in the 1970s.
Considering the fact that no image segmentation technique can provide ideal results on any given image, we can split the segmentation algorithms into two categories: the ones that have the tendency to perform oversegmentation and the ones that have the tendency to perform undersegmentation.
However, it is important that students do not become too reliant on procedures and algorithms but rather that they have the opportunity to be involved in productive struggle (Jonnson, Norvquist, Liljekvist & Lithner, 2014) to enhance the development of conceptual understanding (Hiebert & Grouws, 2007).
In this regard, steganography is navigating on a whole different course compared to the other algorithms. The main goal of steganography is not to modify secret data but to hide it within a different unrelated data.
Machine learning is the field of computer science that deals with algorithms that make predictions and learn from the data, without being explicitly programmed.
Section 2 overview the characteristics of the recently proposed NAF conversion algorithms. In section 3, we describe the [SNAF.sub.W] algorithm in details.
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