## Ford never produced the X Nucleon for what reason? [on hold]

When digital technology did not exist, but humans are also a source of information and protecting non-digital devices is also a form of infosec, or not?

To go back in late 50s, that time Ford went or rather wanted to produce the nucleon, a pretty nice car droven by an nuclear engine(the mass heated by a uranium reactor in the back of the car. , according fandom.com the Ford Nucleon was never produced because that time it was not possible to create a reactor that small, what would be the risks if it was ever released on the wide market?

How could one protect the reactor enough so an accident can be prevented, in a situation where a driver of that car to transmit people from point A to point B?

footnote: atomic-age.fandom.com/wiki/Ford_Nucleon

## Bellman ford – negative cycle

This is my code for detecting a negative cycle in a graph using bellman ford algorithm but I can’t figure out why it returns a wrong answer

``public static final int INF = Integer.MAX_VALUE; private static int negativeCycle(ArrayList<Integer>[] adj, ArrayList<Integer>[] cost) {     int dep[] = new int[adj.length];     for(int i=0; i<adj.length; ++i)         dep[i] = INF;      dep[0] = 0;      for (int i = 0; i < adj.length-1; i++) {         for(int j = 0; j < adj.length; j++){             for (int v : adj[j]) {                 int v_index = adj[j].indexOf(v);                 if (dep[v] > dep[j] + cost[j].get(v_index)) {                     dep[v] = dep[j] + cost[j].get(v_index);                  }             }         }     }      for (int j = 0; j < adj.length; j++) {         for (int v : adj[j]) {             int v_index = adj[j].indexOf(v);             if (dep[v] > dep[j] + cost[j].get(v_index)) {                 return 1;             }         }     }      return 0; } ``

## 1FATP8UH3K5159596 Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L

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Lot sold for 20900

Lot number: 28658375

Date of sale: 12.05.2019

Year: 2019

VIN: 1FATP8UH3K5159596

Condition: Run and Drive

Engine: 2.3L I4 N

Mileage: 827 miles (Actual)

Seller: Avis Budget Group

Documents: CLEAR (Florida)

Location: Orlando (FL)

Estimated Retail Value:

Transmission: Automatic

Body color: Blue

Drive: Rear Wheel Drive

Fuel: Gasoline

Keys: Present

Notes: Not specified

The downside of wide front tires is a phenomenon known as tramlining. Its the tendency of the car to follow grooves in the road, sometimes pulling the vehicle in a direction you dont want to go. On a drive around Detroit, the GT350 was easily thrown off course by bumps and undulations in the road.
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Source: Ford Motor Co.

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## 1FATP8UH3K5159596 Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L

Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L vin: 1FATP8UH3K5159596

Lot sold for 20900

Lot number: 28658375

Date of sale: 12.05.2019

Year: 2019

VIN: 1FATP8UH3K5159596

Condition: Run and Drive

Engine: 2.3L I4 N

Mileage: 827 miles (Actual)

Seller: Avis Budget Group

Documents: CLEAR (Florida)

Location: Orlando (FL)

Estimated Retail Value:

Transmission: Automatic

Body color: Blue

Drive: Rear Wheel Drive

Fuel: Gasoline

Keys: Present

Notes: Not specified

The Shelby GT350 is an incredibly fast car with an intoxicating engine
The Ford Mustang Shelby GT350
Thats why, between the EcoBoost High Performance Package, GT Performance Package, Bullitt, Shelby GT500 and Shelby GT350, theres never been a more capable stable full of Mustangs to choose from. But the GT350, might be the most special of the bunch.
H/O: Ford Shelby Mustang G350 4
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## 1FATP8UH3K5159596 Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L

Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L vin: 1FATP8UH3K5159596

Lot sold for 20900

Lot number: 28658375

Date of sale: 12.05.2019

Year: 2019

VIN: 1FATP8UH3K5159596

Condition: Run and Drive

Engine: 2.3L I4 N

Mileage: 827 miles (Actual)

Seller: Avis Budget Group

Documents: CLEAR (Florida)

Location: Orlando (FL)

Estimated Retail Value:

Transmission: Automatic

Body color: Blue

Drive: Rear Wheel Drive

Fuel: Gasoline

Keys: Present

Notes: Not specified

Source: Ford Motor Co.
The aforementioned 5.2-liter V-8 is a flat-plane crank motor. Unlike a traditionally rumbly American V-8, the Voodoo motor is laid out like a Ferrari V-8. Its a more balanced and exotic way to build a motor, allowing the GT350 to rev to a stratospheric 8,200 revolutions per minute redline. Not only does that make it pull hard long after most engines would have run out of breath, but it also makes the engine note amazing.
The downside of wide front tires is a phenomenon known as tramlining. Its the tendency of the car to follow grooves in the road, sometimes pulling the vehicle in a direction you dont want to go. On a drive around Detroit, the GT350 was easily thrown off course by bumps and undulations in the road.
Source: Ford Motor Co.
H/O: Ford Shelby Mustang G350 1

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## 1FATP8UH3K5159596 Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L

Ford Mustang 2019 Blue 2.3L vin: 1FATP8UH3K5159596

Lot sold for 20900

Lot number: 28658375

Date of sale: 12.05.2019

Year: 2019

VIN: 1FATP8UH3K5159596

Condition: Run and Drive

Engine: 2.3L I4 N

Mileage: 827 miles (Actual)

Seller: Avis Budget Group

Documents: CLEAR (Florida)

Location: Orlando (FL)

Estimated Retail Value:

Transmission: Automatic

Body color: Blue

Drive: Rear Wheel Drive

Fuel: Gasoline

Keys: Present

Notes: Not specified

Until the GT500 lands later this year, its the brawniest Mustang you can buy
It screams like a Ferrari, but it also burbles like an old American V-8 because of some trickery in the exhaust design. Its an entirely unique sound that makes revving it even more enjoyable. When it does hit its redline, you shift using an old-fashioned six-speed manual transmission..
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## Finding negative cycle using Bellman Ford

Given a graph with |V| vertexes and |E| edges, I have to find a negative cycle, if there is one, in a graph. The wanted complexity is O(|V|*|E|).

I was thinking about using Bellman-Ford to solve the question doing this: Do |V| iterations of Bellman-Ford, If there were no changes on the last iteration, there is no cycle of negative weight in the graph. Otherwise take a vertex the distance to which has changed, and go from it via its ancestors until a cycle is found. This cycle will be the desired cycle of negative weight.

The problem is, that no start vertex is given, and Bellman-Ford notes wether there is reachable negative cycle via the start vertex or not. Assume that if we start from vertex a there won’t be negative cycle and if the start vertex was b there will be one. So if I choose a as a start vertex I’ll miss the negative graph.

How can I solve that? I thought about trying all the vertexes as start vertex but it won’t be O(|E|*|V|).

## Flow graph that requires pushing back flow in Ford Fulkerson

Does there exist a flow graph that always requires flow to be pushed back no matter what ordering of augmenting paths is chosen in Ford Fulkerson?

Let’s assume we use the standard procedure of repeating this step:

1. Find an augmenting path $$p$$ in residual graph $$G_R$$ of $$G$$.
2. Let $$c$$ be the minimum capacity edge in $$p$$.
3. Increase the flow on every edge in $$p$$ by $$c$$.
4. Update $$G_R$$.

The key here is step 1, where select augmenting paths. For many graphs, if we had an oracle to tell us which augmenting paths to use, we would never need to push flow back. I’m am curious if there is a case for which, regardless of augmenting paths and their orders, we will always be required to “push flow back”. To clarify what I mean:

To push flow back in $$G$$, means to increase the flow on an edge $$(u,v)$$ in $$G_R$$ such that edge $$(v,u)$$ exists in $$G$$.

If this is not possible, I would also be interested in a proof that such ordering of augmenting paths always exists? If it is possible, does it generalize to any number of nodes $$n$$? This question is alluded at in the ending sentences of this answer, but provides no proof.

My initial thoughts were that this would be a trivial proof. However, there are many times when the optimal flow along an augmenting path may not be equivalent to its minimum capacity edge. Since (by step 3) we require paths to be filled to their minimum capacity, we cannot easily meet this. My next thought would be that there should exist at least one augmenting path such that its max flow is equivalent to its minimum capacity edge. This is obvious by the Max flow min cut Theorem, but I am not sure how this would apply to the proof. With this, we may be able to get an inductive proof that it is always possible, but I am really unsure of this strategy as well. Any help would be appreciated.

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## why not use dijkstra algo + last line of bellman ford instead of bellman ford

correct me if wrong 1.for a given graph apply dijkstra on it. 2.now after v-1 iterations or after all possible minimal distances for every node have been found. 3.check for every edge(u,v) in the graph if(v.d>u.d+w(u,v)) then return false here time complexity will be lesser than bellman ford and also negative cycles will be taken care of