Java - Portfolio - Resumes - C/C++/C# - Links - Photos - Misc Playing with AlgorithmsI'll place some Java examples on this web page as time allows. (I have quite a few sitting around.) Here is yet another quickie Linked List practice project to stay current New! - it is only partly implemented due to time constraints...Binary Search Tree + Compact Graph Layout Algorithm New! - A currently-underway project to develop a Java Generics BST
implementation + a BST graph layout algorithm and visualization
toolDARPA Shredder Challenge New! - A challenge involving the automated reconstruction of shredded documents. (Sorry, no code.)Factoring New! - A basic exercise in prime factorization which uses the Sieve of Eratosthenes code below to get lists of primesSieve of Eratosthenes New! - An implementation of an algorithm which efficiently computes the prime numbers in a specified range'(Note: I have recently discovered slight errors in this implementation and will correct in the future)Least-Squares Graphing Applet - 1st - 9th order polynomial curve fitting of data you drag-and-drop from spreadsheets Hashtable Exercise New! - A generics implementation of a hashtable that supports: 1) Division, 2) Multiplication, and 3) Universal hashing functionsLinked List Exercise New! - A set of basic Linked List exercisesInsertion Sort New! - A quick, pretty trivial exercise to implement generic Insertion Sort and verify its performance is O( n^2 )Builder Pattern Example - A basic implementation of the Builder pattern for an analog Clock GUI component Threading Test - A basic test to see if more work can be achieved by running worker threads in parallel Singleton Example - Experiment to explore one way to provide runtime GUI metadata Annotations Example - Perverse(?) way to use Annotations to tag business classes with runtime metadata rendering hints Graph Example - Basic exercise with undirected Graph, Node, and Edge classes + random graph creation methods
Java 2D/threaded/MVC/Swing
- Long-running random background graphics tests Polynomial Exercises - Two simple Polynomial classes that support getting the first derivative and polynomial evaluation Copyright (c) Richard Creamer 2008 - 2011 - All Rights Reserved |

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