This book will show you what you ‘do’ in order to be creative. Paradoxically creativity flourishes best when a robust process structure is in place, a map to guide you through imagination to action. To navigate the map simple behavioural tools are needed and these are described in detail as well.
Recently I got this question in interview with different scenario. How to resolve the producer and consumer problem so that my CPU cycle can be used to 100%. For ex if producer is producing less and consumer is consuming fast then your CPU cycle is getting wasted which is associated with cost. So what would be strategy to resolve this. Any suggestion?
The above example is good but too simple. Would you minding providing a example with multiple producers and consumers and stopping the program once producers have done their jobs?
Browser caching is generally a good thing, why download the same image again and again while you can download it once and save it on the browser? In some cases, however, this is not a wanted behavior.
AJAX application tends to frequently ask the server for the same URL (a stock quote, application status and so forth). The AJAX application expect a response form the server while, in fact, after the first request the browser returns the cached page and the AJAX application does not work as expected. Clearing the browser cache or setting “no cache” parameters on the page does not always work.
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A project named PARROT was designed and implemented which was aimed at providing efficient means to address the highly complex and costly problem of airline crew scheduling by combining the techniques of Operations Research and Constraint Programming.