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Expected Length: one to two weeks Primary Goal: use discrete probability models to analyze certain types of games that have been traditionally analyzed using non-finite methods. Secondary Goals: analyze games, discuss probabilities, find parameters in the games where " cute things happen ". Intermediate Skills and Understanding: ability to use correct(More)
This article describes a discovery-based introduction to elementary genetic algorithms for students of introductory computer science via a series of programming laboratory exercises. The exercises focus on sorting weighted scores, a problem that is both accessible to the novice programmer and seemingly feasible by means of standard sorting methods. Students(More)
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