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RUTGERS01:450:250Asher GhertnerSpring

01:450:250 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - City, Gentrification, Suburbanization

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8 May 2019
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RUTGERS01:450:250Asher GhertnerSpring

01:450:250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Favela, Broken Windows Theory, Mechanical And Organic Solidarity

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16 Apr 2019
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Jane jacobs viewed the public life of cities in terms of a single, integrated unit motivated by shared goals. Vendors have different goals and prioriti
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RUTGERS01:198:112A CentenoSpring

01:198:112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Linked List, Adjacency Matrix

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11 Apr 2019
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The amount of neighbors(the amount of connected vertices) has represents the. E. g. a node with a degree of two has two neighboring vertices node"s deg
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RUTGERS01:198:112A CentenoSpring

01:198:112 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Priority Queue, Binary Tree, Scale-Invariant Feature Transform

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2 Apr 2019
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RUTGERS01:198:112A CentenoSpring

01:198:112 Lecture 12: 3/5 - BSTs and AVLs

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1 Apr 2019
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E. g. the value of the middle in the data set is the root node. E. g. the value of the first root node is either the smallest or biggest value in the d
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RUTGERS01:198:112A CentenoSpring

01:198:112 Lecture 5: 2/7 - Stacks and Queues

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1 Apr 2019
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Stack is a concept not an actual data structure. Pops off whatever is the top of the stack. Pushes data into the stack, such in a way that the most rec
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RUTGERS01:198:112A CentenoSpring

01:198:112 Lecture 1: 1/21 - Linked Lists

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1 Apr 2019
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We already know one type of data structures, an array, 1d and 2d. Tuesdays and thursday 12pm-1pm at core 314, right next to hill center. Is continuous
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RUTGERS01:450:250Asher GhertnerSpring

01:450:250 Lecture 13: 3/7 - Mortgage Securitization and Subprime Mortgage Crisis

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1 Apr 2019
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A person would put a 20% down payment - ,000. Said person would then take a loan to pay the remainder - ,000. Homeowner gets key to home after brokerag
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RUTGERS01:450:250Asher GhertnerSpring

01:450:250 Lecture 16: 3/25 - Urban Margins II: The Global Slum

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1 Apr 2019
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Struggles over territorial rights are also struggles for political recognition. Housing as a process, not a product. The paralegal becomes reincorporat
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RUTGERS01:450:250Asher GhertnerSpring

01:450:250 Lecture 15: 3/14 - Urban Margins II: The Global Slum

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1 Apr 2019
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Attempts to become global cities are increasing global inequality. Growing property prices are outgrowing the income levels of residents. Increasing po
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RUTGERS01:450:250Asher GhertnerSpring

01:450:250 Lecture 14: 3/11 - Urban Margins 1 - Race and Class on the Peripheries

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1 Apr 2019
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RUTGERS01:450:250Asher GhertnerSpring

01:450:250 Lecture 10: 2/25 - Subprime Meltdown + Midterm review

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1 Apr 2019
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Week 2: three views of the urban. Most people look at cities narrowly through only one of these three perspectives. This course is about examining citi
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RUTGERS01:450:250Asher GhertnerSpring

01:450:250 Lecture 9: 2/21 - Urban Segregation and the Subprime meltdown

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1 Apr 2019
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Mix of multiple choice; true/false, concept matching and short answers. You must both a) define the term and b) describe its significance (why it used
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RUTGERS01:450:250Asher GhertnerSpring

01:450:250 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Central Place Theory, Edge City, Willingboro Township, New Jersey

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1 Apr 2019
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Suburbanization is driven by the consumption preferences of the middle class: open space, good schools, access to nature," etc. Suburbanization is driv
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RUTGERS01:450:250Asher GhertnerSpring

01:450:250 Lecture 8: 2/18 - Urban Segregation

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1 Apr 2019
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Historical geographies as active spatial forms shaping the present. Suburbanization and inner cities decline are part of the same process. They provide
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RUTGERS01:450:250Asher GhertnerSpring

01:450:250 Lecture 7: 2/14 - Gentrification

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1 Apr 2019
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The rich want to move away from the lookalike suburban houses they grew up in, but instead want the urban authenticity of the city, they want the spont
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RUTGERS01:450:250Asher GhertnerSpring

01:450:250 Lecture 6: 2/11 - Suburbanization and Gentrification

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1 Apr 2019
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Since the 1960s, the idea of a homogenous suburbia is still ingrained in the. However, this idealization is not the case for reality. There is an incre
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RUTGERS01:450:250Asher GhertnerSpring

01:450:250 Lecture 4: 2/4 - Suburbanization

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1 Apr 2019
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35 million people in 1950, 77 million in 1970, 140 million in 2000, people lived in. By 2030, twice as much land will be urbanized as in 2000, most of
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RUTGERS01:450:250Asher GhertnerSpring

01:450:250 Lecture 3: 1/31 - Three Views of the Urban 2

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1 Apr 2019
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Jacobs: street exchange - public trust becomes a resources. Florida: vibrant cities for consumption - lifestyle demands of creative class must be met f
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RUTGERS01:450:250Asher GhertnerSpring

01:450:250 Lecture 2: 1-28 Three Views of the Urban

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1 Apr 2019
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Jacobs: public trust is the core to vibrant cities. This public is a result of active sidewalk life. It allows neighborhoods to be creative and to solv
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RUTGERS01:450:250Asher GhertnerSpring

01:450:250 Lecture 1: 1/24 - Introduction

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1 Apr 2019
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Cities are advertised to be the new way of life and the way forward for the future. However, cities are becoming less and less family friendly. San fra
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture 8: 10/1 - Procedures

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11 Dec 2018
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Before writing a procedure analyze the problem. Output: the larger of the two numbers. Code: definitely using an operator like > to determine which num
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Pseudocode

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11 Dec 2018
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Decision tree pseudocode java code. How do you decide between three numbers to which one is larger. E. g. for( int i = 0; i <1000; i ++) The difference
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Microsoft Dynamics Ax

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11 Dec 2018
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture 28: 12/10 - Final Exam Review

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10 Dec 2018
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Suppose an array is given with some invalid entries(indicated by -999). Write a program to remove the invalid entries and adjust the array while keepin
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Binary Search Algorithm, Linear Search

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6 Dec 2018
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Insertion Sort, Merge Sort, Selection Sort

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3 Dec 2018
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Overall, insertion sorting is generally the sorting method that one should always use. Java has its own method for sorting programs. This will result i
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Binary Search Algorithm, Linear Search, Lyft

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28 Nov 2018
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Think about how much we search each day. When searching when we want to determine how efficient the searching program is. N is the number of items, whi
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Linear Search, Selection Sort, Insertion Sort

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26 Nov 2018
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Sequentially looking at the values of the list one after another. Depends on what is known about the list. In a list of ints or doubles, it"s easy, the
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Boolean Algebra, Computer Architecture, Linear Equation

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14 Nov 2018
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The runtime of a program depends on many factors. The efficiency of an algorithm is based on: How many total operations the algorithm performs. How muc
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Substring

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12 Nov 2018
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture 19: 11/7 - Partial Midterm 2 Review + More 2D Arrays + Array lists

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7 Nov 2018
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Midterm 2 review - this is only a partial review of topics you need to cover, not a full one. Know the methods as well, you will be given a sheet that
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: The Sydney Morning Herald, Multiplication Table

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5 Nov 2018
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Arrays are not objects, they are primitive data types. Meaning they hold a collection of the same primitive data types. What is an object, class, const
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Array Data Structure, Empty String

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31 Oct 2018
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Digital Image

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29 Oct 2018
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Arrays are our first introduction to the concept data structures. A data structure is an arrangement of data that enables efficient processing by a pro
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Substring

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24 Oct 2018
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A string is a collection of characters. Strings have double quotes to denote they are strings. A string in java is an object. Our dna sequence is a str
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Default Constructor

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22 Oct 2018
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The scope does not have prompt initialized. This means because int prompt was initialized inside the do while loop, when you exit it, that variable sto
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Type System, Procedural Programming, Simula

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17 Oct 2018
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Java is an object oriented programming language that is designed to build programs using this methodology. Software is a simulation of the real world.
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Object-Oriented Programming, Instance Variable

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16 Oct 2018
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Recursion review instances of the same problem 9as opposed to iteration) The process in which a function calls itself directly or indirectly. Method of
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RUTGERS01:198:111GUNAWARDENAFall

01:198:111 Lecture 11: 10/10 - Recursions Continued

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10 Oct 2018
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From now on think about solutions to problems recursively. By working on one side at a time and repeating the process until all are solved. Key point:
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