Students implemented all algorithms and maintained them in their personal repostory for their own profile building. They experimented to observe the performance of each algorithms on various kinds of data (reverse, ordered, random).
After several weeks of studies on Java programming concepts and techniques, we put the work into use by creating a game, Battle City clone. The player controls a tank and aims to destroy all enemies. Students were given a skeleton code and they continued on adding tanks, blocks, and behaviour of objects in the game.
Identifying people faces are our common ability; but it is different when we try to identify cars. The domain knowledge is a critical factor which indicates how accurate can a person identify car make and model. On the roads, commuters masquerade themselves with the vehicles they are riding. When something happens, the best identification is the licence plate, but it is too small to be spotted in limited situations. The other is the details of the car.