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Username: mrezam

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Location: Darmstadt, Germany

Member since: April 2011



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  • $150.00 USD
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    Aug 8, 2012

    Good job would hire again..

    Project Description:This project is for a very simple proof of concept QT (Nokia, S3 & Meego) app that will stream a live video feed. I will provide the video feed as needed for the playback. The app will need an icon and a video player which when launched will play the stream...
  • $250.00 USD
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    Aug 5, 2012

    Very nice guy, prompt reply, nice coder !I will most definetly hire him again.

    Project Description:Hello I would like a version of R-bench that have more than one receiver surface, R-bench is a simulator where you can design a reflector for solar cells or solar heat with one receiving surface, and...
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    Dec 28, 2011


    Project Description: All the details in this file Kindly do if you are 100% confident with this This task has to be done using netlogo......... kindly bid for less my budget is 50$
  • $60.00 USD
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    jayanthvijay525 [ Incomplete Report ]

    Dec 13, 2011

    He is just fit for nothing. He simply wasted my time. Never hire this guy. He wasted all my time and he is a BIGTIME LIAR. He told me his laptop is stolen and he is going to work hard on my project, further didn't respond to my messages but he had time to bid on other projects.

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    the employer was suspicious having two different accounts none of them were verified for payment. after noticing this I stopped working for him. he might have even more accounts and it is not known how he handles the projects for coding or employing.

    Project Description:It's a project pertaining to the understanding of certain library and then using the information for further processing.
  • €30.00 EUR
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    May 20, 2011

    Efficient and fast. Did exactly what was required.Very good English and communication skills in general.

    Project Description:This is a simple program. The idea is you are to construct a program that manages a 0.25 KB cache. (That is,data upto 256 Bytes can be stored in the cache.) Cache is organised in: Direct Mapped, and Fully associative...
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    Create syntax analyser and then the code generator. The syntax for DL0 isdesigned so that it is straightforward to write a top-down predictive parser for DL0. For each non-terminalsymbol of the language, write a method or procedure that “recognises” an instance of the symbol. Ensure thatthese methods or procedures check for syntax errors, but don’t worry at all about error recovery. So when asyntax error is detected, you should output an appropriate error message and then it is perfectly acceptable tostop the compilation, without producing any code. The use of a top-down predictive parser (recursive descentparser) is recommended but is not mandatory, but note that the use of other parsing techniques may involve agreat deal more work.Normally, a recogniser will only produce output when an error is detected, so you should include appropriatecode to convince you (and me!) that the syntax analyser works. For example, producing messages ofthe form “expression recognised” should be adequate.Having convinced yourself that this part of the project works, you can then add code to generate a syntaxtree. Take a small sample program and decide on the structure of the corresponding tree. Add some code totraverse the tree and output the tree data – this should help you ensure that this part of the program is correct.Remember that there is no need to include constant declarations (introduced by CDecl) in the tree becausethese can (and should) be handled completely during lexical and syntax analysis.Then, code generation can be tackled. The aim is to generate MIPS code. Algorithms to generate registerbasedcode from a tree are covered in the lectures and in the notes. Do not worry about producing highqualitycode. This is not an exercise about optimisation, so, for example, restricting the code to use justa small number of registers is perfectly reasonable. This is a very important point since the complexityof code generation can go up rapidly as code optimisation is introduced. Remember that because the DL0source language is simple and because there is no need for optimisation, generating a linear intermediaterepresentation is unnecessary. Code generation can be done directly from the tree. Similarly, there is no needfor a distinct phase of semantic analysis in your compiler.In tackling this part of the problem, you will have to consider the implementation of a simple symboltable. Don’t worry about efficiency here – linear search would be perfectly reasonable. A hash table wouldbe fine too. You can forget about the complexities of scope rules because in DL0 all variables have globalscope, and are declared before they are used. But it would be nice to check that a variable name isn’t beingdeclared more than once.A Compiler for DL0The aim of this project is to write a compiler for the language DL0 producing code for the MIPS architecture.Program = Block.Block = "{" [CDecl] [VDecl] Statementlist "}".CDecl = "define" Identifier "=" Constant {"," Identifier "=" Constant} ";".VDecl = "integer" Iddef {"," Iddef} ";".Iddef = Identifier ["=" Expression].Statementlist = Statement {";" Statement}.Statement = Assignment | PrintStatement | Empty.Assignment = Identifier AssignmentOperator Expression.AssignmentOperator = "=".PrintStatement = "print" Expression.Expression = [AddingOp] Term {AddingOp Term}.AddingOp = "+" | "-".Term = Factor {MultOp Factor}.MultOp = "*" | "/".Factor = Constant | Identifier | "(" Expression ")".Constant = Digit {Digit}.Identifier = Letter {Letter | Digit}.Letter = "a"|"b"|"c"|"d"|"e"|"f"|"g"|"h"|"i"|"j"|"k"|"l"|"m"|"n"|"o"|"p"|"q"|"r"|"s"|"t"|"u"|"v"|"w"|"x"|"y"|"z".Digit = "0"|"1"|"2"|"3"|"4"|"5"|"6"|"7"|"8"|"9".Empty has the obvious meaning.

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  • $750 USD Jul 13, 2013

    I"m looking to design a windows based program that automates a process of adding multiple JPEG images to a multiple sheet sizes

  • $1600 USD May 31, 2012

    SHORT DESCRIPTION:Program that does FFT on a signal that comes from a USB device, then sends and receive data between two computers in local LAN, then shows the average of the signal on a speedometer. The FFT part is probably already calculated as part of the SDK of the device I’m using.I need a Visual C++ code for the following program: Two people in the same LAN network will install the program on their computer, and then they connect through the program’s interface. Each will have on the screen a simple speedometer (as in cars). The value on the speedometer will go up and down according to some computation on inputs from the two players, for example the average of inputs from the two players. I’ll explain:Each player puts some headset that measure EEG (brain waves) than he connects a USB device that sends those signals to the (local) computer using TCP protocol. I have the code for a TCP listener for this specific device (EPOC eMotiv). Now, I want to extract mathematically some frequency of the waves (let’s say alpha waves) and send the amplitude of this wave to the other computer. So in each computer the program gets two variables in (almost) real time: Player 1 amplitude and player 2 amplitude. Now on each computer the speedometer shows the average of those two variables. The program should also store the values of the EEG signals into a local file, and also the values of the amplitude of each frequency.The frequency should be calculated with FFT with some window, unless you find it in the SDK then you don"t need to write the FFT part at all. The size of the windows and the frequency etc. I can change later. I have basic knowledge in C++ and programming so I won’t need continuous support how to tweak small thing after the project is basically done.You don’t need to have an Emotiv EPOC device. I will send you an emulator of this device, and the SDK that have there a listener and probably the FFT part too.The device is called emotiv EPOC. Search for it. I have the research SDK. I WILL NOT REGARDS ANYONE WHO ASK FOR MORE DETAILS BEFORE HE SEARCH FOR THIS PRODUCT AND THE SDK. Please visit emotiv epoc website before asking a lot of questions.

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