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First, sorry for my bad English ! I don't know how to submit my site to Google ? And in first 30th rank ?

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I am doing a school project which is an airplane collision detection system. Can anyone show me a few examples or pseudocode of implementation of closest pair algorithm O(n^2), O(n log^2 n), O(n log n)?

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Please help me with following problem (I am struggling in a class that I really shouldn't have taken, and I have absolutely no idea where to start, or how to continue with it): Write a program that can be used to assign seats for a commercial airplane. The airplane has 13 rows, with six seats in each row. Rows 1 and 2 are first class, rows 3 through 7 are business class, and rows 8 through 13 are economy class. The program must prompt the user to enter the following information: a. Ticket type (first class,business class,economy class) b. Desired …

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Hey, so this is my final java assignment for 1st year comp sci program. I really want to get a decent mark before exams, so please I need your help. I've been working on it hard, but this assignment is making me feel dumb :( I'm supposed to make an airplane reservation using mouse events, grahpics, and object orientation. Here's how the program should be: http://i44.tinypic.com/358wd5d.jpg and looks (not necessarily as neat): http://i296.photobucket.com/albums/mm182/A_A_M_I_R/seating.jpg Here's the work that I've done so far. Keep in mind that I'm still trying to advance in the programs, so your feedback and help would be …

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After being told for years that using mobile phones on airplanes will cause them to crash and burn, it seems that one airline is experiencing a change of heart. The Irish budget airline, Ryanair, is expected to introduce the first cell phone friendly flights within a matter of months. Of course, there is a catch. Of course, it involves money. It appears that 14 of the 166 strong fleet of planes are to be equipped with an in-flight mobile phone booster cell. Unfortunately, due to the relatively low power of the device, only a maximum of six people at any …

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You've heard of Wi-Fi . . . but how about Wi-Fly? That's the moniker tech analysts are using to label new inflight internet access applications. That's right. Starting this month on select airlines, you can start checking email, watching the latest batch of YouTube videos, or catch the score of the Celtics game on NBA.com The New York Times is reporting that Jet Blue, Virgin American and Alaskan Airlines are all rolling out test programs that allow fliers to access the Internet. The Times says that services will range anywhere from free of charge to $10 per flight. “I think …

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