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### Lab_10_Problems

Course: CPRE 185, Fall 2009
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Boolean Problems logic program to review lab 9 o Write a program that will use logical operations to model the following truth table. A B C O 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 Play with structures: o Create a structure with three characters and three integers. o Use the sizeof() function to determine the size of the structure. o Experiment with the order of the characters and the...

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Boolean Problems logic program to review lab 9 o Write a program that will use logical operations to model the following truth table. A B C O 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 Play with structures: o Create a structure with three characters and three integers. o Use the sizeof() function to determine the size of the structure. o Experiment with the order of the characters and the integers in the structure. Give one example for ordering the variables such that the structure has the smallest possible size. Give one example for ordering the variables such that the structure has the largest possible size. Form a hypothesis of why this is the case. Using the card structure and your prelab program (or the lab example 3 program) In o main: ask the user to pick two cards between 0 and DECKSIZE-1 o Write a compare function that takes two cards and tells you which one is bigger: Declare the function like this int compareTo(card a, card b){ ...} Output 1 when card a is greater than card b 0 when both cards are worth the same (e.g., 9 of clubs and 9 of clubs) -1 when card a is less than card b o In main: print the cards and output the result of the comparison o e.g., 2 of h...

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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
# Time [days] Mag Magerr Band Uplim Ref 0.00120 19.5 -0.2 V yes GCN4516 0.00138 18 -0.2 V yes GCN4509 0.00377 20.4 -0.2 B yes GCN4516 0.0
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
360.288 -0.2 0 no GCN4510 1139.62 19.1 0.5 Rc no 1735.78 18.1 0.2 none yes 2039.9 19.2 0.4 Rc no 2879.71 19.1 0
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
chi^2/nu= 277.78127 / 193The fit is rejectable at 99.993871 % Confidence -42.9150 -34.7650 201.17938 -34.7650 -20.0950 219.12440 -20.0950 -7.05500 233.67896 -7.05500 -3.7950
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
Source Contamination: 5.26E-08 +/- 1.5E-08 cts/s
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
#ra dec hmag dhmag053.962761 17.109814 13.829 0.025053.944143 17.116085 16.804 0.137053.989731 17.119774 16.009 0.077053.955925 17.112076 13.050 0.024054.056998 17.110207 12.890 0.025054.025218 17.114105 15.171 0.044054.046284 17.102865
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
;instrument XRT;exposure 269.05439;xunit kev;bintype counts 0.0000000 0.0049999999 14.516683 1.00000 0.0049999999 0.0099999998 14.568504 1.00000 0.0099999998 0.015000000 14.620325 1.0
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
#ra dec rmag drmag54.22221817.13006516.2050.00553.98003217.11030819.2820.07054.22023517.10499716.2420.00554.26303917.10549519.6410.09854.28926317.10327016.6720.00754.28071717.10326216.8100.00853.83690717.09809516.8320.008
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
chi^2/nu= 90.229770 / 328.000The fit is rejectable at 2.1718713e-40 % Confidence#index t1 t2 fade_index delta_mag_pk hindex dhindex rate1 drate1 rate2 drate2 logr dlogr 0 0.1206 0.2380 -3.01 0.0 0.17 0.08 1.15E+0
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
# t1 t2 hardness error 0.12055600 0.12133600 -0.14044738 0.19090244 0.12133600 0.12199400 0.082234260 0.19072434 0.12199400 0.12271600 0.26708790 0.15921771 0.12271600 0.12385700
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
# t1 t2 dt rad_min rad_max cts err scl bg bg_rat wt 0.120556 0.120813 0.000257 0. 16. 10.60 3.52 0.867841 5.000000 0.279570 1 0.120813 0.121049 0.000237 0. 16. 9.00
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
tmin 2.0695142e-05tmin 0.00011504599
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
tmin 32.099833tmin 181.93968 364.16423 2064.0582 0.20484306 0.033045668 5 2064.0582 46869.069 0.12453600 0.012811805 9tmax 46869.069
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
# t1 t2 dt rad_min rad_max cts err scl bg bg_rat wt 0.120556 0.120813 0.000257 0. 16. 10.60 3.52 0.867841 5.000000 0.279570 1 0.120813 0.121049 0.000237 0. 16. 9.00
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
# tmin tmax 0.254029 468.41556 [ksec];instrument XRT;exposure 60143.753;xunit kev;bintype counts0.000000 0.010000 0.000000 0.0000000.010000 0.020000 0.000000 0.0000000.020000 0.030000 0.000000 0.0000000.030000 0.040000 0.00000
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
# tmin tmax 0.254029 468.41556 [ksec];instrument XRT;exposure 60143.753;xunit kev;bintype counts0.000000 0.010000 0.000000 0.0000000.010000 0.020000 0.000000 0.0000000.020000 0.030000 0.000000 0.0000000.030000 0.040000 0.00000
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
# tmin tmax 0.12055600 5.38475 [ksec];instrument XRT;exposure 266.08283;xunit kev;bintype counts0.000000 0.010000 0.000000 0.0000000.010000 0.020000 0.000000 0.0000000.020000 0.030000 0.000000 0.0000000.030000 0.040000 0.00000
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
# tmin tmax 0.12055600 5.38475 [ksec];instrument XRT;exposure 266.08283;xunit kev;bintype counts0.000000 0.010000 0.000000 0.0000000.010000 0.020000 0.000000 0.0000000.020000 0.030000 0.000000 0.0000000.030000 0.040000 0.00000
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
Wavdetect Sources with S/N&gt;3: # ra dec err [&quot;] signif counts steady? -log10(Prob_steady) 054.03492117.3458570.16673.8725.0 0-323.0 154.10150117.3244240.51014.141.8 1-0.7 254.01671417.2622120.65812.338.3 1-0.1 354.155
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
SIMPLE = T / file does conform to FITS standardBITPIX = 8 / number of bits per data pixelNAXIS = 0 / number of data axesEXTEND = T / FITS dataset may contain extensio
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
# Ep dEp lprob lEiso dlEiso67.040 0.054 3.49e-05 121.421 0.07467.097 0.061 3.07e-04 121.521 0.08467.163 0.070 5.88e-04 121.521 0.08467.238 0.081 8.49e-04 121.521 0.08467.325 0.092 1.10e-03 121.521 0.08467.423 0.106 1.29e-03 121.521 0.08467.537
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
# Ep lEiso37.400 121.94840.123 121.88245.004 121.87446.499 121.58146.920 121.42847.877 121.33148.473 121.58348.868 121.63749.323 121.34449.341 121.34849.662 121.44650.219 121.40150.425 121.54350.808 121.47751.066 121.54551.173 121.583
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
# Ep dEp lprob lNiso dlNiso67.040 0.054 3.49e-05 137.769 0.38167.097 0.061 3.06e-04 137.769 0.38067.163 0.070 5.87e-04 137.769 0.38067.238 0.081 8.65e-04 137.769 0.38067.325 0.092 1.10e-03 137.769 0.38067.423 0.106 1.29e-03 137.769 0.38067.537
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
# Ep lNiso37.362 137.60340.096 137.25245.016 138.22146.520 138.10846.941 137.70147.899 137.88448.495 138.38548.881 138.62249.337 137.33249.355 137.35049.676 137.78350.234 137.58650.440 138.20350.817 137.91451.076 137.64251.182 137.219
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
# x=Log_e(Beaming Fraction) y=Log_e(Egam/10^52 erg) z=Log_e(Tjet/days)# mean(x)= -4.6913 xdown= -5.0763 xup= -4.3622# mean(y)= -2.8349 ydown= -3.4214 yup= -2.2964# mean(z)= 1.8541 zdown= 1.3195 zup= 2.2750-5.9761 -3.7625 0.1152-5.8878 -3.7402
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
Ep=55.60 Chi/nu= 51.27/57 (0.899)
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
#file=swb15-350lc.txt dt=1.0 tstart=-10.095 tstop=113.025#t90 dt90 t50 dt50 rt90 drt90 rt50 drt50 rt45 drt45 tav dtav tmax dtmax trise dtrise tfall dtfall cts cts_err pk_rate dpk_rate band 109.000 1.932 86.000 2.765 58.000
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
# S/N T1 T2 T90 T50# Estimated T100 Interval: -13.065 150.555 T90= 136.350 30.5 80.085 107.625 23.220 8.910 17.0 -7.395 19.335 23.490 9.180 5.5 124.095 150.555
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
;instrument XRT;exposure 61149.182;xunit kev;bintype counts 0.0000000 0.0049999999 13.666843 1.00000 0.0049999999 0.0099999998 13.715614 1.00000 0.0099999998 0.015000000 13.764385 1.0
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
# tmin tmax 10.0000 468.416 [ksec];instrument XRT;exposure 56383.773;xunit kev;bintype counts0.000000 0.010000 0.000000 0.0000000.010000 0.020000 0.000000 0.0000000.020000 0.030000 0.000000 0.0000000.030000 0.040000 0.000000 0
Berkeley - ASTRO - 00177408
# tmin tmax 10.0000 468.416 [ksec];instrument XRT;exposure 56383.773;xunit kev;bintype counts0.000000 0.010000 0.000000 0.0000000.010000 0.020000 0.000000 0.0000000.020000 0.030000 0.000000 0.0000000.030000 0.040000 0.000000 0
Berkeley - TMP - 00177408
Power-Law Model FitNorm@15keV 1.1934e-02 (1.0364e-02 1.3625e-02)alpha -1.7375 (-1.8620 -1.6154)Energy Fluence (15-350 keV) 2.5948e-06 (2.4156e-06 2.7852e-06) erg cm^-2Eiso (1-10^4 keV, host-frame) 1.6697e+53 (1.5405e+53 1.8461e+53) ergChi/nu=
Iowa State - DATA - 1336
Palmer Constitution 2008PreambleWe, the members of Palmer House do establish and adopt this constitution in order to form an efficient house, ensure equal representation of each resident, and secure an environment that stimulates intellectual, soci
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FORMULA SHEET For 1-D heat transfer problems, the general weak form is dT dT Ak dx = dx dx T AgdxFor a 2-node conduction element, when the area, conductivity, density, and internal heat generation are constant we have K= kA Le 1 -1 -1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1
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ENEE 646: Digital Computer DesignFall 2004 Handout #1Course Information and PolicyRoom:CHE 2108 TTh 2:00p.m. - 3:15p.m. http:/www.ece.umd.edu/class/enee646 Donald Yeung 1327 A. V. Williams (301) 405-3649 yeung@eng.umd.edu http:/www.ece.umd.edu
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ENEE 646: Digital Computer DesignFall 2004 Handout #13Midterm Review 1 Time and LocationThe midterm will be given during normal class hours, 2:00p.m.-3:15p.m., on Thursday October 14th, in the normal meeting place, CHE 2108.2FormatThe midt
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ENEE 646: Digital Computer DesignFall 2004 Handout #17Midterm Solutions11.1Early Branch Resolution(10 points):(see Figures 1, 2, 3, and 4 for pipeline diagrams).1.2(10 points):The forwarding path from register G can be removed. Since
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ENEE 646: Digital Computer DesignFall 2004 Handout #20Problem Set # 3Due: November 23Complex Pipelining and CachingProblem 1H&amp;P 3.10Problem 2In this problem, we will look at how a common vector loop runs on two processors, one that imple
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