Algorithm Generator or Constructor

Posted on 2011-03-23
Last Modified: 2013-11-25
Hi all,

I looking for a tool or tutorial that will help me convert this Algorithm
to machine readable or Description logic or flow chart diagram.

Thanks in Advance
Question by:ZURINET
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Expert Comment

ID: 35201447
That's not an algorithm. It's just an equation.
If you want it as a flow chart it's a simple loop.
Every time t increases by 1 you recalculate w(t) using the previous value and the current x. The gamma, g, o, k thing is a constant right? Or do they change?
You don't need any kind of tutorial. You can do it just by inspection. If you need more direction, let me know.

Author Comment

ID: 35201947
Hi Tommy

I need to have it displays in aPseudocode eg.

<variable> = <expression>

IF <condition>
    DO stuff;
    DO other stuff;

WHILE <condition>
    DO stuff;

for <variable> from <first value> to <last value> by <step>
    DO stuff with variable;

function <function name>(<arguments>)
    DO stuff with arguments;
    return something;

<function name>(<arguments>)    // Function call
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Accepted Solution

TommySzalapski earned 500 total points
ID: 35202154
Okay, I'll assume that X and W are arrays and t goes from 0 to maxT. I assume you have X already

constantVal = gamma*g(o,k)

W[0] = initialValue

for t from 1 to maxT
  W[t] = W[t-1] + constantVal*(X[t-1] - W[t-1])

return W
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Author Comment

ID: 35202299
Thanks looks better now
I found some Pseudocode website

Just one more question
how can I express this learning Logic

see attached picture

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Expert Comment

ID: 35202499
Those are all constants as far as I can tell. Are both of the wi variables the same value?
It looks like you just need
W[ i] = A[t]*(x-W[ i])*U(Y[ i])

Author Comment

ID: 35202903
Hi Tommy

Thanks for your help

Found the book I was looking for

Foundations of Algorithms using java pseudocode


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