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    Final Year Project

    Hi,

    My final year project is to develop what if analysis and intelligence agents on stock market data, however I am not sure where to start. I would be very grateful if someone could shed some...
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    Re: Minimax algorithm

    int [] minimax(int player,Board board) {
    int index = 0;
    int winner = board.gameOverCheck();

    if (winner == 1) { //if 1 e.g. X
    return new int[] {+1,index};...
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    Re: Minimax algorithm

    public class Player {

    Boolean P1 = false;
    Boolean P2 = false;
    Boolean Turn = false;
    String OX= null;

    public Player (Boolean P1,Boolean P2,String OX){
    this.OX =...
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    Re: Minimax algorithm

    main method



    public class Game {
    Player P1 = null;
    Player P2 = null;
    static ArrayList<ArrayList<Integer>>board;

    public Game() {
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    Re: Minimax algorithm

    Sorry ignore my other code I have changed it but I still get the same results...



    import java.io.IOException;
    import java.util.ArrayList;


    public class Board implements Cloneable{
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    Minimax algorithm

    Hi, can anyone see what the problem is in my code, I am getting funny results from the output as in the minimax is not always winning or drawing.



    import java.io.IOException;
    import...
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    Re: Personal Project/Research

    So you want users of smartphones to be able to communicate with each other across a 4G/3G network?
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    Real world experience?

    Hi,

    Is there anyone that can shed some light on how corporate companies develop software solutions for customers and would it be wise to gain corporate experience before attempting to jump into...
  9. Thread: P = np

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    Re: P = np

    As humans we can quickly check a map to see which is the quickest route from A - B(NP), although we could also check the map just to ensure that the route we have chosen it is the quickest route(P...
  10. Thread: P = np

    by gaar321
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    P = np

    What are everybody views on P=NP or P not = NP
  11. Re: [Reverse Engineering] Find data decryption algorithm.

    PM I have enabled it
  12. Re: [Reverse Engineering] Find data decryption algorithm.

    For every module that the game loads/uses set breakpoints on calls such as ReadFile() (you can obviously skip essential modules such as kernel32.dll etc) or other equivalents then check the filename...
  13. Re: [Reverse Engineering] Find data decryption algorithm.

    Changing the EP to a higher value is a possibility to bypass the debug check provided that there is not crucial code skipped out by doing so, however just a random change to the EP address will get...
  14. Re: [Reverse Engineering] Find data decryption algorithm.

    This is a possibility. Firstly what is the game if it is a commercial game you are fully aware of the copyright?, secondly if that is the case you can change the address entry point statically with a...
  15. Re: [Reverse Engineering] Find data decryption algorithm.

    Print screen the window of ollydbg of the starting point of the decryption algorithm you have found.

    Assuming you have found the decryption algorithm, as the code loops through the decrypting the...
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    Re: Address of entry point in binary file

    Thanks

    RVA - (section VA - section Raw address) = file offset!
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    Address of entry point in binary file

    Hi,

    How can I find/calculate the address of the entry point for an exe binary file using its PE32 optional header?

    I have added a picture, where it says (file addr) thats the address I want to...
  18. Re: Can i hear from others about real world experience?

    Interesting statement, I presume understanding what you have learnt is far better than just remembering what needs to be learnt, as when you come to the working world and a "client" asks for a system...
  19. Re: Can i hear from others about real world experience?

    Thanks for the advice, was the option you chose for yourself the right one?
  20. Can i hear from others about real world experience?

    Hi,

    Iím still young and very ambitious; I have taken the decision in my life that I want to study computer science and maths. Iím currently finishing off BTEC IT expecting to receive D*D*D and an...
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    Re: Duplicate Vertices?

    Thanks a lot :D!
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    Re: Duplicate Vertices?

    The x,y,z coordinates are stored in a vector that uses XMFLOAT3 and i want suggestions on how to detected duplicate data so the double coordinate can be discarded and added to an index array as a...
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    Re: Duplicate Vertices?

    ermm well I am parsing an obj file format and I want to know how to implement a hash table to to remove double vertices (x,y,z points) in memory
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    Duplicate Vertices?

    Hello

    can you please help direct me to some documentation on how to delete duplicate vertices and generate an index using a hashtable
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    Expressing y-y1=m(x-x1) programmatically

    How would you express the common line equation programmatically. for example say if you have a straight line across the screen is there a way to work out the gradient. ect..
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