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    • Location: Bangi
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    • Dance Classes » Indian Dancing

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Under this course, we will teach Indian classical dance, specialized in Bharathanatyam. The course offers the basic knowledge of Bharathanatyam.

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    • Location: Taman Sri Nibong
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    • Form 1 - 3 (PT3 / PMR) » Kemahiran Hidup

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This course will prepare student with the variety exam question,important topic in PT3, and how to get A in PT3

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    • Location: Georgetown
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    • Form 6 / Pre-U (STPM) / A-Level » Economics

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Economics is the social science that describes the factors that determine the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services.

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    • Location: Sungai Dua
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    • Form 4 - 5 (SPM) / O-Level » Ekonomi Asas

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A factor graph is a bipartite graph representing the factorization of a function. In probability theory and its applications, factor graphs are used to represent factorization of a probability distribution function, enabling efficient computations, such as the computation of marginal distributions through the sum-product algorithm. One of the important success stories of factor graphs and the sum-product algorithm is the decoding of capacity-approaching error-correcting codes, such as LDPC and turbo codes. Factor graphs generalize constraint graphs. A factor whose value is either 0 or 1 is called a constraint. A constraint graph is a factor graph where all factors are constraints. The max-product algorithm for factor graphs can be viewed as a generalization of the arc-consistency algorithm for constraint processing.

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