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Midterm 2 Exam Review In Chapters 1 and 2 we were concerned with classical thermodynamics in which a state is characterized by a set of macroscopic variables such as temperature, entropy, pressure, volume, etc. Beginning in Chapter 3 we begin to trea
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ChemE 240, Homework 8 Assigned: March 15, 2007 Due: March 22, 2007 Topics: 1) Consider a solid with atoms located on a regular lattice. In equilibrium, at finite temperature, the crystal will contain a certain number of Schottky defects or vacancies.
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Lecture #2OUTLINE Energy-band model Doping Read: Chapter 2Definition of Terms n = number of electrons/cm3 p = number of holes/cm3 ni = intrinsic carrier concentration In a pure semiconductor, n = p = niSpring 2003EE130 Lecture 2, Slide 21
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Lecture #3OUTLINE Thermal equilibrium Fermi-Dirac distribution Boltzmann approximation Relationship between EF and n, p Temperature dependence of EF, n, p Finish reading Chapter 2Spring 2003EE130 Lecture 3, Slide 1Review: Energy Band Mode
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EECS130 Integrated Circuit DevicesProfessor Ali Javey 9/27/2007 MS Junctions Lecture 1 Reading: Chapter14Announcements Reminder: Exam is next week! It will cover semiconductor fundamentals, fabrication, pn diodes, and MS diodes.Announcements P
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EECS130 Integrated Circuit DevicesProfessor Ali Javey 10/18/2007 MOSC Lecture 4 MOSFETs Lecture 1 Reading: Chapters 18 and 17Effective Oxide Thickness and Effective Oxide CapacitanceToxe = Tox +Wdpoly / 3 +Tch / 3C Coxwith poly-depletion with
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Lecture #8OUTLINE Poissons Equation Work Function Metal-Semiconductor Contacts equilibrium energy-band diagram depletion-layer widthReading: Chapter 5.1.2,14.1, 14.2Spring 2003EE130 Lecture 8, Slide 1Poissons EquationGausss Law:area A
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CS162 Operating Systems and Systems Programming Lecture 18 File Systems, Naming, and DirectoriesApril 3, 2006 Prof. Anthony D. Joseph http:/inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~cs162Review: Magnetic Disk Characteristic Cylinder: all the tracks under the head
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Review: Per Thread StateCS162 Operating Systems and Systems Programming Lecture 5 Cooperating ThreadsFebruary 1, 2006 Prof. Anthony D. Joseph http:/inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~cs162 Each Thread has a Thread Control Block (TCB) Execution State: CPU
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Goals for TodayCS162 Operating Systems and Systems Programming Lecture 20Distributed Systems, NetworkingApril 14, 2008 Prof. Anthony D. Joseph http:/inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~cs162 Distributed Systems Networking [poll] Broadcast Point-to-Poi
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CS 162 Operating Systems and Systems ProgrammingProfessor: Anthony D. Joseph Spring 2002Lecture 6: Synchronization6.0 Main points More concurrency examples Synchronization primitives6.1 A Larger Concurrent Program Example6.1.1ATM bank ser
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CS 162 Operating Systems and Systems ProgrammingProfessor: Anthony Joseph Spring 2002Lecture 3: Concurrency: Processes, Threads, and Address Spaces3.0 Main point:What are processes? How are they related to threads and address spaces?3.13.1.1
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CS 162 Operating Systems and Systems ProgrammingProfessor: Anthony D. Joseph9.1.2Constraints 1. Readers can access database when no writers (Condition okToRead) 2. Writers can access database when no readers or writers okToWrite) 3. Only one thr
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CS 162 Operating Systems and Systems ProgrammingProfessor: Anthony D. Joseph2. When message is safely buffered on destination node? 3. Right away, if message is buffered on source node? There are really two questions here: 1. When can the sender b
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CS 162 Operating Systems and Systems ProgrammingProfessor: Anthony D. JosephSpring 2002 Lecture 14: Caching and TLBs14.0 Main Points: Cache concept, in general and as applied to translation Ways of organizing caches associativity Problems wit
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CS 162 Operating Systems and Systems ProgrammingProfessor: Anthony D. JosephLimited memory No protection Unreliable, fixed size messagesUnlimited virtual memory Each address space has its own machine Reliable, arbitrary messages and network serv
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CS 162 Operating Systems and Systems ProgrammingProfessor: Anthony D. Joseph Spring 2003Lecture 6: Synchronization6.0 Main points More concurrency examples Synchronization primitivesBankServer() { while (TRUE) { event = WaitForNextEvent(); if
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CS 162 Operating Systems and Systems ProgrammingProfessor: Anthony D. JosephSpring 2003Lecture 14: Caching and TLBs14.0 Main Points: Cache concept, in general and as applied to translation Ways of organizing caches associativity Problems wi
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CS 162 Operating Systems and Systems ProgrammingProfessor: Anthony D. Joseph Spring 2003 Put any threads waiting on the termination of this thread on the ready list. Cant deallocate thread yet, since were still running on its stack. Record thre
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CS 162 Operating Systems and Systems ProgrammingProfessor: Anthony D. JosephSpring 2002 Lecture 20: Networks and Distributed Systems20.0 Main PointsMotivation for distributed vs. centralized systems Survey of network technologies Technology tren
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CS 162 Operating Systems and Systems ProgrammingProfessor: Anthony D. JosephSpring 2002 Lecture 12: Protection: Kernel and Address Spaces12.0 Main Points: Kernel vs. user mode What is an address space? How is it implemented? Abstraction: virtu
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Redefining Endpoint SecurityWarren BecklesSystems EngineerAgenda1Environment and Endpoint Challenges2Symantec Endpoint Protection3Entitlement/Deployment/MigrationSymantec Network Access Control45Available Now2Corporate Netwo
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Computer Forensics InvestigationDr. Sheau-Dong Lang (lang@cs.ucf.edu)Coordinator, MS in Digital Forensics Program Associate Professor, School of Electrical Engineering & Computer ScienceOutline of Presentation What is computer forens
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Frankenstein Events for Fall 2004(as of December 15, 2003)Speakers:1) Rick (Dr. John) Schell, UCF faculty and a Shelley scholar, will give our OPENING LECTURE at 7:00 Friday, October 29, 2004 in Library. Possible reading of the winner of the Ten-M
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Application of an Electronic Freight Theft Management System (EFTMS) for FloridaBy: Jack Klodzinski, Patrick Kerr, Lt. Bill Shiver PAPER #: 07-1041 POSTER SESSION #: 653 DATE: Wednesday, January 24, 2007 TIME: 9:30am-12:00pm LOCATION: Shoreham, Blue
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Evaluation of Impacts from Deployment of an Open Road Tolling Concept for a Mainline Toll PlazaBy: Jack Klodzinski, Eric Gordin, Haitham M. Al-Deek PAPER #: 07-1059 POSTER SESSION #: 337 DATE: Monday, January 22, 2007 TIME: 2:30pm- 5:00pm LOCATION:
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New Methodology for Dening Level of Service at Toll PlazasJack Klodzinski1 and Haitham M. Al-Deek, P.E., M.ASCE2Abstract: Numerous measures of effectiveness are available to evaluate a toll facility for its level of service including density, volum
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CS252 Graduate Computer ArchitectureTodays Big Idea Reactive: past actions cause system to adapt use do what you did before better ex: caches TCP windows URL completion, .Lecture 18: Branch Prediction + analysis resources => ILPApril 2, 20
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Computer-Assisted Learning EnvironmentsAndy Carle Spring 20065/10/20061Outline! Review of learning principles* Constructivism, Transfer, ZPD, Meta-cognition! Constructivist Learning Systems:* * * * * Construction Toolkits Collaborative le
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CS160 Spring 2005Presentation ReviewPresentation ReviewThe objective of this assignment is to obtain experience in reviewing interfaces and interface presentations. Take the following steps: 1. Attend the classes where projects are being present
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English Department Strategic PlanApril 1998The English Department has organized its 5-year strategic plan by the Universitys Strategic Direction Statement, which declares: As it strives to become Americas great metropolitan university and to achie
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Table of Contents Acknowledgements Message from the Dean Vision Mission Belief Statements Goals Strategic Directions 1. Enhance Undergraduate Programs. 2. Enhance Graduate Programs. 3. Coordinate and Enhance Internships and Practica. 4. Foster a Cult
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DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND LEGAL STUDIESCOLLEGE OF HEALTH & PUBLIC AFFAIRS UNIVERISTY OF CENTRAL FLORIDASTRATEGIC PLANFEBRUARY 2005Facilitated by Marilyn E. Crotty Florida Institute of Government University of Central FloridaTABLE OF
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VISION The University of Central Florida College of Health and Public Affairs First in the 21st Century We are first and foremost in providing innovative partnerships in education, service, and research responsive to both community and global needs.