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*Lab: Python—modules and control structures—and inverse index*

- Playing with ℂ
- plotting.py
- image.py
- img01.png
- png.py Module used by image.py

- Playing with
*GF*(2)

- Dictionary-based representations of vectors
- Our implementation of
`Vec` - Solving a triangular system of linear equations
*Lab: Comparing voting records using dot-product*- voting_record_dump109.txt
- US_Senate_voting_data_109.txt This is the same as voting_record_dump109.txt, just with a more informative name
- UN_voting_data.txt A different dataset that can be used for the same purpose

- Problems
- vec.py The tests formerly located in test_mat.py have been added to this file as doctests.
- test_vec.py This file is not needed since its doctests have been added to vec.py.

- What is a matrix?
- Matrix-vector and vector-matrix multiplication in terms of linear combinations
*Lab: Error-correcting codes**Lab: Transformations in 2D geometry*- image_mat_util.py which uses...
- png.py

- Problems
- mat.py The tests formerly located in test_mat.py have been added to this file as doctest.
- mat_sparsity.py This file contains some simple doctests that should take very little time if your implementations of transpose, matrix-vector multiplication, vector-matrix multiplication, and matrix-matrix multiplication exploit sparsity.
- UN_voting_data.txt

- Perspective rendering
*Lab: Perspective rectification*- board.png
- image_mat_util.py which uses...
- png.py
- cit.png

- Problems

- Dimension and rank
- The annihilator
- Problems

- Gaussian elimination over
*GF*(2) - Using Gaussian elimination for other problems
- cracking_rand.py Some code for cracking Python's rand function
- echelon.py

*Lab: Threshold Secret-Sharing**Lab: Factoring integers*

- Orthogonality
*Lab: machine learning*The following .data files were derived from data obtained from the University of Wisconsin Hospitals, Madison from Dr. William H. Wolberg.- train.data File with data on which to train your classifier
- validate.data File with data on which to test your classifier
- cancer_data.py The procedure returns a pair (A, b) consisting of a P-by-D matrix A and a P-vector b where P is a set of patient IDs. This differs slightly from the spec given in this chapter of Edition 0.

- Projection orthogonal to multiple vectors
- Problems

- Discrete Fourier transform
*Lab: Using wavelets for compression*

- Closest dimension-
*k*vector space *Lab: Digits**Lab: Eigenfaces*- faces.zip
- unclassified.zip
- image.py
- png.py used by image.py
- eigenfaces.py

*Lab: Pagerank*

- The simplex algorithm
*Lab: Learning through linear programming*- train.data File with data on which to train your classifier
- validate.data File with data on which to test your classifier
- cancer_data.py The procedure returns a pair (A, b) consisting of a P-by-D matrix A and a P-vector b where P is a set of patient IDs. This differs slightly from the spec given in this chapter of Editions 0 and 1.