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MASTERIES

Here are mastery #4 and mastery #20https://youtu.be/zchNiUFIazw

BONUS VIDEO!!

Well, here is the bonus vdeo. I hope you like it.https://youtu.be/YpacUU2wutY

This image is similar to an array. It groups things. (I am…

This image is similar to an array. It groups things. (I am tired, sorry). Here is WSQ 10https://github.com/bsolisale/WSQQ/blob/master/WSQ10

Here are masteries #24 and #26One is about arrays and the other…

Here are masteries #24 and #26One is about arrays and the other one is about matrixes. Those topics were the hardest for me.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTyWA3_9oZ8

Here are masteries #6 and #13Those were about installing Linux…

Here are masteries #6 and #13

Those were about installing Linux in my computer and about importing and using a library. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SqD3NbKY7k

FINAL PROJECTSo, we finally finished the project after some…

FINAL PROJECT

So, we finally finished the project after some hours of hard work and problem solving. We teamed with Eduardo for debugging, because sometimes we had the same mistakes, for example, when trying with some picture, we got segmentation error and with others everything worked fine. After using a lot of examples, we discovered that it was because of the size of the image. In the last post, we were only missing the half the size part, even when it´s basically half the project, it was little for us because I think the hardest part was to make everything work in order to start the code. We research a lot about the coding, but our biggest problem was the first part. Our biggest problem with this last part was the segmentation error, we really panicked because we had the black and white part done, but when we tried with another picture, it just stopped working, but as I said before, we figured it out. SO, we are really happy to finish this. This was some of our help for this last part:

 http://www.cplusplus.com/forum/general/2615/

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/27351737/c-how-to-shrink-an-image-using-a-pointer-array

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/299267/image-scaling-and-rotating-in-c-c

Here is our final code: 

https://github.com/kenwbauer/TC101F15_Team06/blob/master/FINALPROJECT.cpp

ProjectSooo… we finally could have a big advance after…

Project

Sooo… we finally could have a big advance after the weekend when we couldn’t do a lot because the program didn’t compile for a fatal error. Ken fixed that and we work really hard yesterday. As you can see in the picture, we got together with some other classmates to find a solution to every problem we had (every team is in a different point). We are done with the black and white part, we are just missing the half-the-image part, but I think we have completed the most difficult part, that was to use linux correctly and research how to work with images. We used a lot of information from the internet, Omar saved the links, so, all of those are on his blog. Hopefully we will finish today the whole project. 

Hey! This is the last WSQ! (Actually I am still missing a…

Hey! This is the last WSQ! (Actually I am still missing a couple, that I will post later). This was different because we didn’t have to create a program like we always do, we had to use an application called Sci-lab. Fist of all, I really liked the logo, which is like a bird, and well, I had to download Java too because I didn’t have it and I needed it to work with the app. 

Sci-lab is kind of weird, it has really a lot of tools to do exacly what you want to do. It is beyond conventional programing. I thin it can be really useful, mostly for the ones that are studying ISC, but it can be a good tool for every engineer and designer.

Another easy WSQ. It was about he babylonian method to obtain…

Another easy WSQ. It was about he babylonian method to obtain the square root of a number. I first searched in Google what was that, and then use a float to create the function, because the square root has to be specific. Here is my code: https://github.com/bsolisale/WSQQ/blob/master/WSQ13

Another easy WSQ. It was about he babylonian method to obtain…

Another easy WSQ. It was about he babylonian method to obtain the square root of a number. I first searched in Google what was that, and then use a float to create the function, because the square root has to be specific. Here is my code: https://github.com/bsolisale/WSQQ/blob/master/WSQ13

What should you work on?

Week #12 and more partial exams for you.

For this week's readings:
C++ (TC1017) should either be looking at support for your project, ImageMagick C++ libraries are a good start.
Python (TC1014) should be finishing chapter 11 (Dictionaries).