Merge Sort in Java

Today is January 20, 2021 and is the United States presidential inauguration. Not sure what to expect today or in the following days. Hope all goes well and we can move forward. I believe most of the people in our country are tired of reading and watching political news and propaganda.

Yesterday I attended an ACM webinar “Agent-Human Collaboration and Learning for Improving Human Satisfaction” by Sarit Kraus. She is a professor of computer science at the Bar-Ilan University in Israel.

What called my attention was the concept of having agents for both the automation and the human. I can easily see how that would work in a healthcare or a disaster scenario I do not see how that could work well with autonomous cars. I will go over the slides tomorrow and see if I missed something; otherwise I will send her a message. Hopefully she will have time to respond. Will let you know my findings. Continue reading “Merge Sort in Java”

Quicksort

It is Thursday morning in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. The weather forecast called for a winter storm that should have started around 03:00 AM CST. When I got up around 05:00 AM it was pitch dark and no storm yet. I did check later when it started clearing up and no signs of the storm yet. I find it interesting that different weather services make forecasts by the hour which include temperature, humidity, precipitation, and wind direction to list a few. I understand weather forecasting is not accurate but …

As I mentioned in a previous post, I am watching the video Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms in Java 9 by Debasish Ray Chawdhuri produced by Packt and published by O’Reilly. That was a mouthful. I just felt to refresh my understanding on a few algorithms. Continue reading “Quicksort”