Speech recognition, as the name suggests, refers to automatic recognition of human speech. Speech recognition is one of the most important tasks in the domain of human computer interaction. If you have ever interacted with Alexa or have ever ordered Siri to complete a task, you have already experienced the
Heap Sort is another example of an efficient sorting algorithm. Its main advantage is that it has a great worst-case runtime of O(n*logn) regardless of the input data.
As the name suggests, Heap Sort relies heavily on the heap data structure - a common implementation of a
Logging, saving records to the database, and accessing files are all common tasks a programmer works on. In each of those cases, date and time play an important role in preserving the meaning and integrity of the data. Programmers often need to engage with date and time.
Data is increasingly becoming a valuable commodity in the current era of technology and this necessitates the optimization of storage and access to this data.
This is the first article in a short series dedicated to Design Patterns in Python.
Creational Design Patterns
Creational Design Patterns, as the name implies, deal with the creation of classes or objects.
They serve to abstract away the specifics of classes so that we'd be less dependent on
Design Patterns are reusable models for solving known and common problems in software architecture.
They're best described as templates for dealing with a certain usual situation. An architect might have a template for designing certain kinds of door-frames which he fits into many of his projects, and a software
Merge Sort is one of the most famous sorting algorithms. If you're studying Computer Science, Merge Sort, alongside Quick Sort is likely the first efficient, general-purpose sorting algorithm you have heard of. It is also a classic example of a divide-and-conquer category of algorithms.
The way Merge
Have you ever received a PDF or an image file from someone via email, only to see strange characters when you open it? This can happen if your email server was only designed to handle text data. Files with binary data, bytes that represent non-text information like images, can