Kitchen Hunt: Recipe Search with Ingredients in your Kitchen

At present, cooking has become very popular all over the world. There are many foods made worldwide which are associated to different cultures, traditions and countries. Day by day, many new recipes and dishes emerge as

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Porter Stemming Algorithm – Basic Intro

In linguistics (study of language and its structure), a stem is part of a word, that is common to all of its inflected variants.


Above words are inflected variants of CONNECT. Hence, CONNECT is a stem. To this stem we can add different suffixes to form different words.

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Amortized Analysis – A basic introduction

What is Amortized Analysis?

In amortized analysis, we average the time needed to perform a sequence of data structure operations. By this method, we can show that the average cost of an operation is small, even if we have a single operation within the sequence which might be expensive. Amortized analysis guarantees the average performance of each operation in the worst case.

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Outer Space Databases — Is it possible?

Have you ever imagined how it will be to have databases on different planets? How long will it take for queries to process and return results among databases on different planets? I was just wondering and thought to let my imagination carry on the rest. It is true that the only planet humans have set foot on, other than Earth is the Moon, which is Earth’s only permanent natural satellite. So as a start, I thought of setting up an imaginary data center on Moon to communicate with a data center on Earth and do a bit of math…

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B Trees – All you need to know about deleting keys

B tree is a self-balancing search tree (the tree adjusts itself so that all the leaves are at the same depth) and contains multiple nodes which keep data in sorted order. Each node has 2 or more children, known as the branching factor and consists of multiple keys.

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