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West Virginia University Institute of Technology - EE - 409
Department of Electrical and Computer EngineeringELCE 409 Special Topics (Spring 2008) Introduction to Renewable Energy ResourcesIn two decades, when the Distributed Energy Program's vision and mission are fulfilled, industrial, commercial, instit
West Virginia University Institute of Technology - EE - 200
West Virginia University Institute of Technology Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ELCE 200 Software toolsLecture 8 Notes Regression and Interpolation Chapters 6Regression & InterpolationCommands: Polyfit: Fit polynomial to data
West Virginia University Institute of Technology - EE - 222
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ELCE 222 Laboratory 1 NamePower Supplies, Digital Multimeters, Breadboards, and ResistorsLearning Outcomes:As a result of performing this lab exercise, the student will: 1. Be able to use the powe
West Virginia University Institute of Technology - EE - 222
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ELCE 222 Laboratory 2 NameOhms Law, Linear Regression, LEDs and 555 TimersObjectives: 1. Demonstrate the validity of Ohms Law by means of a linear regression. 2. Develop an understanding of LEDs. 3
West Virginia University Institute of Technology - EE - 222
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ELCE 222 Laboratory 7Op-Amps, Part I Basic Operation Pre LabBackground: Because of its versatility and ease of use, the op-amp is one of the most widely used electronic devices. Using op-amps, a de
West Virginia University Institute of Technology - EE - 271
HW #5Due: April 1, 2007West Virginia University Institute of TechnologyElectrical and Computer Engineering Department Digital Logic Design, ELCE 271 Spring 2007 Instructor: K. SedghisigarchiStudent name: ID#:Grade:Textbook: Q #1 Q #2 Q #3
West Virginia University Institute of Technology - EE - 271
HW #2Due: Feb. 2, 2007West Virginia University Institute of TechnologyElectrical and Computer Engineering Department Digital Logic Design, ELCE 271 Spring 2007 Instructor: K. SedghisigarchiStudent name: ID#:Grade:Q #1Draw a circuit that
West Virginia University Institute of Technology - EE - 222
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ELCE 222 Laboratory 4 NamePotentiometers, Comparators, and an Analog-to-Digital ConverterPurpose and Objectives: 1. To learn about electronic devices more complex than resistors. 2. Engage in some
West Virginia University Institute of Technology - EE - 222
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ELCE 222 Laboratory 10 NameOp-Amp, Part II Summing Amplifiers and the Frequency Response Properties of Inductors and Capacitors by Linear RegressionPurpose and Objectives: In this lab exercise, we
West Virginia University Institute of Technology - EE - 222
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ELCE 222 Circuits I Laboratory SyllabusLaboratory: Room: Texts: Handouts: Instructor: Office: Telephone: Email: Website: Office hours: Monday 2:00 4:50 p.m. ELAB 239 and E412 ECE Department Computer
West Virginia University Institute of Technology - EE - 326
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Linear Systems, ELCE 326 Fall 2007 Instructor: Kourosh S. SigarchiStudent Name:Due: Sep. 17, 2007ID#: Grade:Q#1Which of the following systems has memory or is memory less: 1) z1(t)= (x(t+5)3 2)
West Virginia University Institute of Technology - EE - 326
HW #4Due: Nov 9, 2007Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Linear Systems, ELCE 326 Fall 2007 Instructor: Kourosh S. SigarchiStudent Name: ID#: Grade:Q#1 Q#2Given the signal x(t)=3cos(500t).cos(2500t), find the period of x(t) and t
West Virginia University Institute of Technology - EE - 200
1. Write a function called years that will determine the number of years that it will take to accumulate at least $1,000,000 in a savings account if D dollars are initially deposited, D dollars deposited at the end of each year, and the annual intere
West Virginia University Institute of Technology - EE - 200
West Virginia University Institute of Technology Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ELCE 200 Software toolsLaboratory Assignment 4 Loops, Switches, Debugging and Applications1. We have a function f(x, y) of two variables that we wo
West Virginia University Institute of Technology - EE - 222
Department of Electrical and Computer EngineeringAgilent Technologies DSO 3102A Digital Storage Oscilloscope Principles of OperationMany electrical signals occur so quickly or are so small that conventional methods with a digital multimeter are ina
West Virginia University Institute of Technology - EE - 271
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ELCE 271 Digital Logic Design Lab Spring 2007 Lab 10 Up-down decade Counter and Special Sequence CounterPurpose:The purpose of this lab is: 1. To get familiar with the flip-flops 2. To design an up
Purdue - SDAY - 98
PURDUE UNIVERSITYSWINE DAYSEPTEMBER 3, 1998Evaluating High Oil Corn and Normal Corn as Energy Sources in Nursery Pig DietsS.A. DeCamp, B.T. Richert, T.R. Cline, and J.W. Frank Department of Animal Sciences Introduction Due to selection and gen
Purdue - SDAY - 98
PURDUE UNIVERSITYSWINE DAYSEPTEMBER 3, 1998Research in ProgressEffects of high-oil corn and duration of conjugated linoleic acid supplementation on pork quality and carcass composition. J.M. Eggert, M.A. Belury, J.C. Forrest, D.E. Gerrard, S.E
Purdue - SDAY - 97
PURDUE UNIVERSITYSWINE DAYAUGUST 28, 1997Research in ProgressThe effect of gestation crude protein level on the metabolic state and subsequent farrowing and lactation performance of primiparous sows. B.A. Belstra, B.T. Richert, and J.W. Frank
Purdue - SDAY - 01
Purdue University 2001 Swine Research ReportEvaluating Housing Stress in Gestating Gilts Using Immunological MeasuresA. D. Sorrells, S. D. Eicher, M. J. Harris, E. A. Pajor, and B. T. Richert USDA-ARS and Department of Animal Sciences, Purdue Univ
Purdue - SDAY - 03
2003 Swine Research ReportAssessment of a Novel Media System for in Vitro Porcine Embryo ProductionK.A. Stroble, J.R. Herrick, M.L. Conover, R.L. Krisher Department of Animal Sciences In vitro production of porcine embryos is historically difficul
Purdue - SDAY - 02
Purdue University 2002 Swine Research ReportUse of a Stochastic Model to Evaluate Alternate Marketing StrategiesA. P. Schinckel1 , N. Li2 , P. V. Preckel2 , and D. Miller2 Departments of 1Animal Sciences and 2Agricultural EconomicsIntroductionP
Purdue - STAT - 225
Areas under the Standard Normal Density: Pr(Z z)z -3.4 -3.3 -3.2 -3.1 -3.0 -2.9 -2.8 -2.7 -2.6 -2.5 -2.4 -2.3 -2.2 -2.1 -2.0 -1.9 -1.8 -1.7 -1.6 -1.5 -1.4 -1.3 -1.2 -1.1 -1.0 -0.9 -0.8 -0.7 -0.6 -0.5 -0.4 -0.3 -0.2 -0.1 -0.0 .00 0.0003 0.0005 0.000
Purdue - IPS - 4
ProbabilityTable entry for z is the area under the standard normal curve to the left of z .zTABLE A Standard normal probabilitiesz 3.4 3.3 3.2 3.1 3.0 2.9 2.8 2.7 2.6 2.5 2.4 2.3 2.2 2.1 2.0 1.9 1.8 1.7 1.6 1.5 1.4 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.0 0.9 0.8 0.7
Purdue - CS - 180
Chapter 14GUI and Event-Driven ProgrammingCS 180 Prof. Sunil Prabhakar Department of Computer Science Purdue UniversityObjectivesThis week we will discuss GUI development Define a subclass of JFrame to implement a customized frame window
Purdue - CS - 490
Overview Team GiabTeam Giabs 3D sketcher Why What HowWhy Most modeling programs are too complicated! We need something that is fast and easy to use It must work with the Tablet interfaceNoNO!NO!NO!NO!1WhatlXf Simple drawing
Purdue - CS - 334
CS334: Fundamentals of Computer GraphicsInstructor: Daniel G. Aliaga Classroom: Lecture - LWSN 1106, PSO HAAS G056 Time: Lecture MWF @ 10:30-11:20am, PSO W @ 1:30-3:20pm, F @ 3:30-5:20pm Office hours: by appt TA: Carlos Vanegas (cvanegas@cs.purdue.
Purdue - STAT - 522
Statistics 522: Sampling and Survey TechniquesTopic 2Topic OverviewThis topic will cover Types of probability samples Framework for probability sampling Simple random sampling Condence intervals Sample size determination Systematic sampling
Purdue - STAT - 512
Statistics 512: Applied Linear ModelsTopic 1 Topic OverviewThis topic will cover Course Overview & Policies SAS KNNL Chapter 1 (emphasis on Sections 1.3, 1.6, and 1.7; much should be review) Simple linear regression; method of least squares (L
Purdue - STAT - 514
Statistics 514: Design of ExperimentsTopic 5 Summary Causation Motivation: establish intuition for causal inference based on experimentation Bacon: objectivity makes nature emergent Critique: Discovery is approximate, often illogical, and usuall
Purdue - STAT - 514
Statistics 514: Design of ExperimentsTopic 4 SummaryExperimental DesignUse statistical ideas (randomization, factor inclusion) to improve accuracy, reduce bias. Sometimes works well.Themes Whats measured vs. whats analyzed Experimental Units
Purdue - STAT - 514
Statistics 514: Design of ExperimentsTopic 1 Summary Statistics is about summarizing information with models when variability present. Use (possibly dierent) assumptions to report evidence. Statisticians seek to generalize data methodology acros
Purdue - STAT - 512
Statistics 512: Applied Linear ModelsTopic 3Topic OverviewThis topic will cover thinking in terms of matrices regression on multiple predictor variables case study: CS majors Text Example (KNNL 236)Chapter 5: Linear Regression in Matrix For
Purdue - CS - 590
Paxos Made SimplePaper by Leslie Lamport Presentation by Paul KuliniewiczProblemGet a set of processes to reach consensus on a single proposed value. Safety requirements: Only a value that's proposed can be chosen. Only a single value ca
Purdue - CS - 590
Separating Agreement from Execution for the Byzantine Fault Tolerant ServicesBy : Jian Yin, Jean Philippe Martin, Arun Venkataramani, Lorenzo Alvisi, Mike Dahlin Presented by : Gunjan KhannaMotivationnn nPresentation on last Monday talked abo
Purdue - CS - 590
Weighted Voting for Replicated DataPresented By: Mohamed AliMotivationn Why should we keep multiple copies of thesame data at different nodes?nAllows data to be located close to its point of use (reduce communication) Increase availability T
Purdue - CS - 590
Impossibility of Distributed Consensus with One Faulty ProcessMichael Fischer Nancy Lynchpresented by Bogdan CarbunarMichael Paterson08/30/2004590 TIntroduction Agreement between multiple processes is a basic building block in distributed
Purdue - CS - 555
Cryptography CS 555Lecture 4: Block Ciphers. 2DES,3DES, IDEA, Blowfish, RC5Department of Computer Sciences Purdue UniversityCristina Nita-Rotaru Spring 2005/Lecture1 1Lecture Outline Double DES Triple DES IDEA Blowfish RC5Cristina Nita
Purdue - MA - 153
Exponential equations Using trial and error, solve the following the equations: a. 10x = 1 b. 10x = 10 c. 10x = 10000 d. 10x = .001 e. 10x = 3 f. 10x = 5 g. 10x = 30 h. 10x = 50 i. 10x = 300 j. 10x = 7500 k. 10x = .03 l. 10x = .0003 m. 10x = .0075 n.
Purdue - MA - 153
Math 153Name:Quiz # 61. Let be a lines which goes through the point (1, 4) and whose x-intercept is 5.1.1(a) (5 pts.) Find an equation forThe fact that the x-intercept is 5 tells us that the line 1 goes through the point (5, 0). So we hav
Purdue - MA - 163
Have Another CupA cone-shaped paper drinking cup is to hold 10 cm3 of water. Find the height and radius of the cup which will require the least amount of paper. Below is a diagram of the cup.rhTo better examine the area of the paper use to con
Purdue - MA - 153
Algebra and Trigonometry I Exam # 1Math 153 Section 01 March 12, 1999Name: Signature: Questions 13 do not require any explanations. However, show all of your work. Only very limited partial credit will be awarded. Give explanations where require
Purdue - MA - 153
Algebra and Trigonometry I: Final ExamMath 153 Section 4 May 6, 2002Name: Signature: Questions 15 do not require any explanations. However, show all of your work. Partial credit will be very limited. Questions 6 and 7 require explanations writte
Purdue - MA - 153
Algebra and Trigonometry I Exam # 1Math 153 Section 06 October 21, 1999Name: Signature: Questions 13 do not require any explanations. However, show all of your work. Only very limited partial credit will be awarded. Give explanations where requi
Purdue - MA - 164
Calculus and Analytic Geometry II: Essay Questions for the Final Exam1. Write an explanation that would help another student in this class understand the idea of the denite integral. 2. Write an explanation that would help another student in this c
Purdue - MA - 224
Introductory Analysis II: Final ExamMath 224 Section 01 May 7, 2001Name: Signature: Show all work. Include units where appropriate. Write explanations (where required) using full and complete sentences. The marks which you earn will depend upon
Purdue - EDCI - 672
EDCI 672Fall 2006 Advanced Practices in Learning Systems Design Wednesdays 1:30-4:20 PM, LAEB 1222Instructor: Office: Office Hours: Phone: E-mail: URL: Online syllabus Peg Ertmer, Ph.D. BRNG 3144 By appointment 494-5675 (office) pertmer@purdue.edu h
Purdue - EDCI - 672
EDCI 672 Advanced Instructional Development and Systems Technology Tuesdays 6:45 - 9:30 PM, LAEB 1255Requirements Textbook Ertmer, P. A., & Quinn, J. (2003). The ID CaseBook: Case Studies in Instructional Design (2nd ed.). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Merr
Purdue - VCH - 2007
Vegetable Crops HotlineA newsletter for commercial vegetable growers prepared by the Purdue University Cooperative Extension ServiceChris Gunter, Editor (812) 886-0198 gunter@hort.purdue.edu <http:/www.entm.purdue.edu/entomology/ext/targets/newsle
Purdue - VCH - 2003
VEGETABLE CROPS HOTLINEA newsletter for commercial vegetable growers prepared by the Purdue University Cooperative Extension ServiceChris Gunter, Editor (812) 886-0198 gunter@hort.purdue.edu http:/www.entm.purdue.edu/entomology/ext/targets/newslet
Purdue - VCH - 2004
VEGETABLE CROPS HOTLINEA newsletter for commercial vegetable growers prepared by the Purdue University Cooperative Extension ServiceChris Gunter, Editor (812) 886-0198 gunter@hort.purdue.edu http:/www.entm.purdue.edu/entomology/ext/targets/newslet
Purdue - VCH - 2003
VEGETABLE CROPS HOTLINEA newsletter for commercial vegetable growers prepared by the Purdue University Cooperative Extension ServiceChris Gunter, Editor (812) 886-0198 gunter@hort.purdue.edu http:/www.entm.purdue.edu/entomology/ext/targets/newslet
Purdue - VCH - 2007
Vegetable Crops HotlineA newsletter for commercial vegetable growers prepared by the Purdue University Cooperative Extension ServiceDan Egel, Editor (812) 886-0198 egel@purdue.edu <http:/www.entm.purdue.edu/entomology/ext/targets/newslett.htm> Ba
Purdue - VCH - 2008
Vegetable Crops HotlineA newsletter for commercial vegetable growers prepared by the Purdue University Cooperative Extension ServiceDan Egel, Editor (812) 886-0198 egel@purdue.edu <http:/www.btny.purdue.edu/pubs/vegcrop> Powdery Mildew on PuMPkin
Purdue - VCH - 2008
Vegetable Crops HotlineA newsletter for commercial vegetable growers prepared by the Purdue University Cooperative Extension ServiceDan Egel, Editor (812) 886-0198 egel@purdue.edu <http:/www.btny.purdue.edu/pubs/vegcrop> TomaTo Disease Primer sc
Purdue - VCH - 2002
VEGETABLE CROPS HOTLINEA newsletter for commercial vegetable growers prepared by the Purdue University Cooperative Extension ServiceChris Gunter, Editor (812) 886-0198 gunter@hort.purdue.edu SOUTHWESTERN CORN BORER IN SOUTHERN INDIANA (Frankie Lam
Purdue - VCH - 2008
Vegetable Crops HotlineA newsletter for commercial vegetable growers prepared by the Purdue University Cooperative Extension ServiceDan Egel, Editor (812) 886-0198 egel@purdue.edu <http:/www.btny.purdue.edu/pubs/vegcrop> seedling damPing off Pos
Purdue - ECE - 201
ECE201 Linear Circuit Analysis I (Prof. H. Z. Tan) Topic: Maximum Power Transfer in Sinusoidal Steady State1. Review Problem: Effective value for multiple sources at different frequencies.I1cos( 1t + 1)1 I2cos( 2t + 2)AAssumption: 1
Purdue - STAT - 472
James was (as usual) correctIn class, James suggested that one of the two proposed solutions to question 3, Use the ILT to compute A1 for i = .06 was incorrect. He was 40:50:10| correct. The correct solution (which I used) uses the equalities1 1 1
Purdue - MA - 22300
Fall 2008MA 22300: Online Homework InstructionsRationaleIn the past, the success rate in our lower division service courses (100 and 200 level courses for nonmajors) was very low. In fact, in a couple of cases, the percentage of students receivin
Purdue - MA - 223
MA 223Exam 3Summer 2006Circle the correct answer for problems 1 and 2. Place your answer for problem 3 in the space provided. You must show your work to receive any credit. (8 pts) 1. Given below is the graph of a function, y = f (x ). Which of