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What is an algorithm ? Fundamentals of algorithmic problemsolving, Important problem types, Fundamentaldatastructures.Fundamentals of the Analysis of Algorithm Efficiency :Analysis framework.Asymptoticnotations and basic efficiencyclasses, Mathematical analysis of nonrecursive and recursivealgorithms,Example - Fibonacci numbers.Brute Force : Selection sortand bubble sort, Sequential search and brute-forcestring matching,Exhaustive search.Divide and Conquer : Mergesort, Quicksorst,Binary search. Binary treetraversals and related properties,Multiplication of large integers and Stressen's matrixmultiplication.Decreaseand Conquer : Insertion sort, Depth firstsearch, Breadth first search, Topological sorting.Algorithmsforgenerating combinatorial objects.Transform and Conquer :Presorting, Balanced search trees, Heaps andheapsort, Problemreduction.Space and Time Tradeoffs : Sorting by counting, Inputenhancement in stringmatching, Hashing.Dynamic Programming :Computing a binomial coefficient, Warshall's and Floyd'salgorithms,The Knapsack problem and memory functions.Greedy Technique : Prim'salgorithm, Kruskal'salgorithm, Dujkstra's algorithm, Huffmantrees.Limitations of Algorithm Power : Lower-boundarguments,Decision trees., P, NP and NP-complete problems.Copingwith the Limitations of Algorithm Power :Backtracking,Branch-and-bound, Approximation algorithms for NP-hardproblems.
Defects in rolling element bearings are foremost cause of failure in rotating machines. The accurate and fast diagnosis of bearing defects like spall, dents, pits, cracks etc. on the various component of bearing can be accomplished by analysis of vibration signals using various advanced signal processing techniques. In this work, a new technique for the diagnosis of bearing defects using tunable Q-wavelet transform and fractal based features has been presented. The vibration signals have been recorded experimentally. These signals are decomposed into a number of sub-bands using tunable Q-wavelet transform for effective feature extraction. Classical statistical features and fractal dimension based features such as Higuchi fractal dimensions and Katz fractal dimensions are computed for each decomposed sub-band. These features obtained using tunable Q-wavelet transform of vibration signal are having better capability to classify defects through various machine learning algorithms.
I am a C++ programmer and I decided to make a jump into the field of finance by taking the CFA Level 1 examination in December 2012. The little experience that I have related to the finance field is the development and analysis I did for my finance client. I developed a migration tool between two financial software solutions so that the data created in the old software could be used in the new solution. This work involved in doing analysis of the both the old and the new application and to understand how best we can minimize manual processing and how accurate and maximum possible migration we could give to our client. It involved a thorough and great deal of analysis and helped me in creating my base concepts.
Much of the information you need is in the many comments that precede yours. However, I want to point out (as do you) that analysis is a mental process that can be deployed in many different domains. In your case, you already are well down the analysis pathway having done analysis as a computer programmer. While it may have only been slightly tangential to financial analysis, the skill set is very similar. This gives you an advantage over those who have never been paid to do analysis. Given your strong computer background and your familiarity with programming, I would think one way to make yourself a competitive candidate for a research analyst position is to begin to use your computing skills in your analysis. Specifically, you should be able to write programs that allow you to digest large amounts of data quickly. Alternatively, you may be able to systematize many analytical functions, such as data retrieval.
I would be thankful if you could help me with a quick novice question -You have mentioned that when you started out, you used primary data sources like the 10k for the analysis. Could you please give me a few pointers on how you went through the the statements and any specific information bits you looked for in the report? Any blogs, books, articles, etc on this would be helpful too. I am currently trying to analyze a pharma company by going through its 10k and things get a bit confusing from time to time! I am an L2 candidate and have no experience with investment research, so my knowledge is very limited. It would be great to soak up any piece of info I can get my hands on at this point ?
Separately, writing computer code provides a solid underpinning for logical, analytical thinking. You need to emphasize this skill set in your recruitment package. Also, the ability to write computer code is also a sought after skill in finance, ranging from creating financial models that interact with financial databases, to creating sophisticated trading algorithms. Once you know more about what you want to do, then you can begin to recognize which of your current skills finds expression in finance. Then you can adjust your messaging to reflect that understanding.
Some financial advisors, more like private wealth managers, actually do their own analysis, or have some sort of proprietary model they deploy. If you go this route I would suggest you try and identify ahead of time the percentage of time spent by the financial advisor developing their own unique opinion of the economy, asset allocation, markets, individual assets, and so forth. You want people forming their own opinion and doing their own work, and not just plugging in data to create a cookie cutter result. 2b1af7f3a8