Table of Contents

- 1 What is deterministic and non-deterministic?
- 2 What is the difference between determinism and nondeterminism?
- 3 What is meant by deterministic algorithm?
- 4 Is K-means a deterministic algorithm?
- 5 Is K means a deterministic algorithm?
- 6 What is an example of deterministic algorithm?
- 7 Is K-Means supervised or unsupervised?
- 8 What does non-deterministic mean?
- 9 What is a deterministic function?
- 10 What is determinism in Computer Science?

## What is deterministic and non-deterministic?

In deterministic algorithm, for a given particular input, the computer will always produce the same output going through the same states but in case of non-deterministic algorithm, for the same input, the compiler may produce different output in different runs.

## What is the difference between determinism and nondeterminism?

Nondeterminism means that the path of execution isn’t fully determined by the specification of the computation, so the same input can produce different outcomes, while deterministic execution is guaranteed to be the same, given the same input. Related terms to “nondeterministic” are “probabilistic” and “stochastic”.

**What do you mean by deterministic and non-deterministic loop?**

A deterministic loop is predictable. The number of iterations of such a loop are known in advance, even before the loop has started. Non-deterministic loops usually are controlled by a boolean and the number of iterations is not known in advance.

### What is meant by deterministic algorithm?

In computer science, a deterministic algorithm is an algorithm that, given a particular input, will always produce the same output, with the underlying machine always passing through the same sequence of states.

### Is K-means a deterministic algorithm?

The basic k-means clustering is based on a non-deterministic algorithm. This means that running the algorithm several times on the same data, could give different results.

**Which is more powerful Dpda and Npda?**

Power of NPDA is more than DPDA. It is not possible to convert every NPDA to corresponding DPDA. Language accepted by DPDA is subset of language accepted by NPDA. The languages accepted by DPDA are called DCFL (Deterministic Context Free Languages) which are subset of NCFL (Non Deterministic CFL) accepted by NPDA.

## Is K means a deterministic algorithm?

## What is an example of deterministic algorithm?

The most simple deterministic algorithm is this random number generator. For instance if you are sorting elements that are strictly ordered(no equal elements) the output is well defined and so the algorithm is deterministic. In fact most of the computer algorithms are deterministic.

**Why K-Means is not deterministic?**

The non-deterministic nature of K-Means is due to its random selection of data points as initial centroids. The key idea of the algorithm is to select data points which belong to dense regions and which are adequately separated in feature space as the initial centroids.

### Is K-Means supervised or unsupervised?

K-means clustering is the unsupervised machine learning algorithm that is part of a much deep pool of data techniques and operations in the realm of Data Science. It is the fastest and most efficient algorithm to categorize data points into groups even when very little information is available about data.

### What does non-deterministic mean?

Definition of nondeterministic . : not relating to or implying determinism : not deterministic. nondeterministic theories of free will.

**What is deterministic algorithm?**

Deterministic algorithm. Jump to navigation Jump to search. In computer science, a deterministic algorithm is an algorithm which, given a particular input, will always produce the same output, with the underlying machine always passing through the same sequence of states.

## What is a deterministic function?

Deterministic Functions. The functions which always return same output when they called with a particular set of input values in the same state of the database are known as deterministic functions.

## What is determinism in Computer Science?

Determinism in computer science means, say we have a computing device and a state the device is in. If for every such state, there is at most one state that can follow, then the device is called deterministic. If there are two or more states that can follow, then the device is non-deterministic.