Can somebody help me with odd-even transposition sort? If somebody have this code please send to me?

Hi all, I understand that the worst case sort time for parallel odd-even transposition sort using n processors sorting n numbers is O(n), but I've read that the absolute speedup is O(log n), and I can't understand how that came about. Can anyone explain it to me? Thank you. Regards, Rayne ...

Hi all, I know that the worst case scenario of Odd-Even Transposition Sort running on n processors sorting n numbers is O(n). However, I've seen mentions of the absolute speedup being O(log n). How is this value obtained? Thank you. Regards, Rayne -- ...

apa bisa odd-even diterapkan di ethrnet topologi star?minta panduan tentang algoritma parallelnya pada sistem sorting data.makasih ...

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Can anyone suggest a good way to sort according to odd and even? I have a database of properties and it would be useful to organize according to which side of the street they're on (ie odd/even #). I'm using FM7. Thanks for any advice! David In article <p49%c.4415$RP5.1813@fe51.usenetserver.com>, "DavidF" <mindfulnesspractice@yahoo.com> wrote: > Can anyone suggest a good way to sort according to odd and even? I have a > database of properties and it would be useful to organize according to which > side of the street they're on (ie odd/even #)....

Does anyone know of an algorithm to check if a number is odd or even and perform a calculation to ensure that number becomes either odd or even depending on user choice. The output must be non-destructive to the original number, i.e. get the original number back by reversing the algorithm or using a different algorithm. Problem set by our teacher, sounds simple but has us all worried. Thanks Phil Phil wrote: > Does anyone know of an algorithm to check if a number is odd or even > and perform a calculation to ensure that number becomes either odd or > even depending on user choice...

It seems that the only way to have a no-shared memory communication-only ba= sed parallel programming model (la MPI) is by using the spmd construct and = using labindex to customize code execution. Is there a way for the main mat= lab process to communicate with the workers in spmd while they are working? The way I've been getting around this is by assigning one worker as a 'mast= er' and others as 'workers' galactic_fury <pratik.mallya@gmail.com> writes: > It seems that the only way to have a no-shared memory > communication-only based parallel pro...

Hiya, I have a number x, for which I'd like to check if the number is even or odd. if it is even I'd like to use it as it is but if it odd I'd like to round it tot the nearest even number and use it. I tried the following check= mod(x,2) if check ==1 x=2*floor(x/2) else y=x I think the problem here is the else statement where I say y=x. How would i be able touse y as the final output from the loop when it is not even defined in the 'if' part of the signal. Can someone help me do this please? Hi, try this : M=[1:5;6:10] M+mod(M,2) J�r�me a=[-5:5] b=round(a/2...

is there any command in which we can directly identify either a number is odd or even.. if x = 2 then there should be a direct command to check weather x is odd or even.. i am a new user "Mir " <tarisk4u@gmail.com> wrote in message <gv1krn$e9j$1@fred.mathworks.com>... > is there any command in which we can directly identify either a number is odd or even.. > > if x = 2 > > then there should be a direct command to check weather x is odd or even.. > > i am a new user Hi, Rem(x,2) equals 0 if x is odd, and 1 if even. Mira In article <gv1k...

The program always shows that the input is odd. int main () { int n, d; printf ("Enter a Number: "); scanf ("%d", &n); d=1; if (d==n) { printf ("The number is odd\n"); } else if (d < n) { for (; d<n; d+=2); printf ("The number is odd\n"); } else { printf ("The number is even\n"); } -- Mustafa El Sayid melsayid <melsayid@gmail.com> wrote: > The program always shows that the input is odd. No, it doesn't. Try ente...

How about even and odd functions built-in: bool x; x = even(num); x = odd(num); "Edward Seger" <edward.h.seger@saic.com> wrote in message <fak6ev$t2k$1@fred.mathworks.com>... > How about even and odd functions built-in: > > bool x; > > x = even(num); > x = odd(num); So what's wrong with <mod> ? mod(x,2) 0 if even, 1 if odd Steve Amphlett: <SNIP down to typical even/odd algorithm... > mod(x,2) > 0 if even, 1 if odd % now, since even/odd should be integers, % this may fail, eg, n=-4:4; m=n; even=mod(m,2)==0;...

> The ability in loop to do even complex things like: > > (loop for x in '(1 2 3 4 5 6 7) > when (evenp x) > collect x into evens > else > collect x into odds > finally > (return (values evens odds))) > => (2 4 6), (1 3 5 7) Factor: { 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 } [ even? ] partition --- Data stack: { 2 4 6 } { 1 3 5 7 } WJ wrote: > > The ability in loop to do even complex things like: > > > > (loop for x in '(1 2 3 4 5 6 7) > > when (evenp x) > > collect ...

Hi all, I have string "714BE"(actually this is the data in hexa decimal,but I have read as string from a file), I need to find out whether it is ODD or EVEN, Please can any one help me out in this. rgds Sree "Sree" <serverin2000@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:e9936b79.0311210829.7b28cce4@posting.google.com... > I have string "714BE"(actually this is the data in hexa decimal,but > I have read as string from a file), I need to find out whether it is > ODD or EVEN, Please can any one help me out in this. It's even. When faced with ...

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