As a follow-up to Is it all right to cleanup "comment-answered questions"?
How should we approach these types of questions (both as they happen, and with prior ones)?
Self-answered (in the question)
- Compute smallest k and largest m elements - Close (Based on "Rhetorical" nature)
- How to draw a Turing Machine for Even-Even - Formalized OP's right idea
- Calculate the cost of a solution rooted at any node n
Abandoned (See related meta stackoverflow post)
- How do I formalize a winning strategy? - Interpreted
Just Kinda Dusty (OP is still around, but hasn't clarified)
- Search In Traditional Languages vs Search in Prolog - Close (Until Rewritten)
- Rechecking contiguous characters (as in run length encoding - Expanded Comments (Speculation)
- Modelling a Computer network - Close (Until Rewritten)
Purposefully Unanswered(?) - Generally uninteresting, low-quality homework problems with little effort shown. It doesn't fit into any of the close categories, but they are answerable.
- Scheduling: implicit-deadline rate monotonic algorithm - Pinged commenter with answer
- Comparing Time complexity? - Answered General Question