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School: Minnesota
CSCI 2021, Spring 2010 Written Assignment #1 Instructions: Due Thursday, February 18 in your discussion section. Turn in a hard copy of your work. Write down your full name, ID, and section number in print on your homework paper The problems cover materia
School: Minnesota
* SECTION 2 ANSWER KEY * CSci 1113 Spring 2009 Lab Midterm 90 Minutes Section 2: Monday 1:25-5:25 A. (30 points) Time Zone Program cswanson@shemp (~/spr09/lab_mid) % cat zone.cpp #include<iostream> using namespace std; int time_zone(int hours, char zone);
School: Minnesota
Course: Automata
TIME COMPLEXITY CSci 4011 INHERENT LIMITATIONS OF COMPUTER PROGRAMS Definition: Let M be a TM that halts on all inputs. The running time or time-complexity of M is the function f : N N, where f(n) is the maximum number of steps that M uses on any input of
School: Minnesota
Course: Automata
CSci 4011 INHERENT LIMITATIONS OF COMPUTER PROGRAMS HARDEST PROBLEMS IN NP Definition: A language B is NP-complete if: 1. B NP 2. Every A in NP is poly-time reducible to B (i.e. B is NP-hard) If B is NP-Complete and P NP, then There is no fast algorithm f
School: Minnesota
Course: Automata
CSci 4011 INHERENT LIMITATIONS OF COMPUTER PROGRAMS HARDEST PROBLEMS IN NP Definition: A language B is NP-complete if: 1. B NP 2. Every A in NP is poly-time reducible to B (i.e. B is NP-hard) If B is NP-Complete and P NP, then There is no fast algorithm f
School: Minnesota
Course: Automata
QUIZ 5 CSci 4011 INHERENT LIMITATIONS OF COMPUTER PROGRAMS QUIZ 5 The language L TIME(t(n) if: L can be decided by a TM in time O(t(n) The language L NP if: L can be decided by a NTM in time O(nc) L has a polynomial time verifier 3SAT is the language: cfw
School: Minnesota
Course: Automata
TIME COMPLEXITY CSci 4011 INHERENT LIMITATIONS OF COMPUTER PROGRAMS Definition: Let M be a TM that halts on all inputs. The running time or time-complexity of M is the function f : N N, where f(n) is the maximum number of steps that M uses on any input of
School: Minnesota
Course: Automata
TIME COMPLEXITY CSci 4011 INHERENT LIMITATIONS OF COMPUTER PROGRAMS Definition: Let M be a TM that halts on all inputs. The running time or time-complexity of M is the function f : N ! N, where f(n) is the maximum number of steps that M uses on any input
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! def change(x):! penny =1! nickel =5! dime =10! quarter =25! q=0! d=0! n=0! p=0! a1 = 'Quarters: '! a2 = 'Dimes: '! a3 = 'Nickels: '! a4 = 'Pennies: '! ! x= 100*oat(x)! if x >=25:! q=int(x/quarter)! x%=quarter! if x >=10:! d = int(x/dime)! x%=dime! if x>
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Sample Take-Home Quiz II Sample Solutions Csci4211: Introduction to Computer Networks Fall 2013 Prof. Zhi-Li Zhang Instructions: 1. Please note that the solutions I provided to many questions are more detailked than necessary! Id like to use this opportun
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Sample Take-Home Quiz II Version B Csci4211: Introduction to Computer Networks Fall 2013 Prof. Zhi-Li Zhang Last Name: First Name: Student Id. Instructions: 1. This is a open-book and open-note quick. 2. There are ve questions in total, each of which has
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Midterm Exam Version B Csci4211: Introduction to Computer Networks Fall 2013 Prof. Zhi-Li Zhang Last Name: First Name: Student Id. Instructions: 1. This is a open-book and open-note quick. 2. There are ve questions in total, each of which has several sub-
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FinalQuiz FinalReview Dec19(Thu)6:30pm8:30pm;KellerHall3230 comprehensive,emphasisonmaterialcoveredlaterinthesemester Openbook,opennotes,openInternet concepts,issues,mechanisms/algorithms,problemsolving fivebigproblems,2hours,similartoQuizzesI/II Everyt
School: Minnesota
Course: Computational Aspects Of Matrix Theory
CSci 5304, F12 Quiz # 1 Today: Oct 1, 2012 Name: The rules: You can and are encouraged to discuss answers to the questions. You need to write your own anwser at the end of the discussion phase. You will get one point if you have written an answer that sho
School: Minnesota
CSCI 2021, Spring 2010 Written Assignment #1 Instructions: Due Thursday, February 18 in your discussion section. Turn in a hard copy of your work. Write down your full name, ID, and section number in print on your homework paper The problems cover materia
School: Minnesota
Course: Machine Architecture And Organization
HOMEWORK 1 SOLUTIONS FALL 2012 Question 1: A. !x B. !x C. !(x & 0xFF) D. !(x & (0xFF < (sizeof(int)-1)<3) Question 2: 1 /* Return 1 when any odd 2 int any_odd_one(unsigned 3 /* Use mask to select 4 return (x&0xAAAAAAAA) 5 bit of x equals 1; 0 otherwise. A
School: Minnesota
Course: Machine Architecture And Organization
CSCI 2021, Fall 2012 Homework #1 Name: X500: Section: Instructions: This homework must be done individually. Posted Tuesday September 25th and due Friday, October 5th in class. Turn in a hard copy of your work. Handwritten is strongly discouraged. Write d
School: Minnesota
Course: Machine Architecture And Organization
CSCI 2021, Fall 2012 Homework #2 Name: X500: Section: Instructions: Posted Tuesday, October 23th and due Friday, November 2nd in class. Turn in a hard copy of your work. Printed is strongly preferred. Write down your full name, X500, and section number in
School: Minnesota
Course: Computational Aspects Of Matrix Theory
CSci 5304, F12 Homework # 1 Due Date: 09-19-2012 1. Show that circulant matrices are normal. [Hint: Use denition. The entry (i, j ) of AAH is the inner product of rows i and j of A, .] Are Hankel matrices normal? [Hint: answer is trivial!] Are Toeplitz ma
School: Minnesota
Course: Computational Aspects Of Matrix Theory
CSci 5304, F12 Homework # 2 Due Date: 10-03-2012 1. Show that the condition number of any any n n matrix associated with the Frobenius norm satises: F (A) n. 2. Show that (AB ) (A)(B ). Is it true in general that (A) = (AT )? Show that 2 (A) = 2 (AT ) and
School: Minnesota
* SECTION 2 ANSWER KEY * CSci 1113 Spring 2009 Lab Midterm 90 Minutes Section 2: Monday 1:25-5:25 A. (30 points) Time Zone Program cswanson@shemp (~/spr09/lab_mid) % cat zone.cpp #include<iostream> using namespace std; int time_zone(int hours, char zone);
School: Minnesota
CSci 1133, Spring 2014 Lab Exercise 3 Procedural Abstraction In the previous Lab Exercise, you learned about useful functions that have been created by other people. A function was described as an abstraction; a named set of statements that perform some c
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CSci 1133, Spring 2014 Lab Exercise 1 Introduction to UNIX and Python In this first lab, you will make sure your account is functional and explore a number of computational resources that will be needed during the course of the upcoming semester. You will
School: Minnesota
CSci 1133, Spring 2014 Lab Exercise 6 Lists Python provides several simple and powerful mechanisms to structure data. The list is a vital one that enables us to manipulate and reason with ordered collections. We can use an ordered collection (list) to rep
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CSci 1133, Spring 2014 Lab Exercise 5 Fun With Strings In this lab we explore operations and methods using string objects. As discussed in lecture, strings are nonscalar, immutable sequence objects consisting of an ordered sequence of individual character
School: Minnesota
CSci 1133, Spring 2014 Lab Exercise 7 Dictionaries and Nested Lists This week, we will continue our exploration of container classes in Python. Dictionaries are mutable structures that provide a powerful association mechanism using key : value pairs, and
School: Minnesota
Course: Software Engineering 1
Syllabus - CSci 5801 Course Name: CSci 5801 Software Engineering I Semester: Fall 2012 Professor: Dr. Mats Heimdahl Lecture Hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 9:45 11:00 Location: ME 108. This syllabus describes the course CSci 5801, Software Engineering I. It
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Basic of Computer Application 3:00pm-4:30pm M, W, F Classroom B 150 Instructor: Jason Lee Office: B 370 Office Hour: T, Th 10:00-Noon Course Description It is a an introduction to the great ideas of Computer Science; it is designed to help you understand
School: Minnesota
Course: Dvanced Algorithms And Data Structures
Fall 11: CSci 5421Advanced Algorithms and Data Structures Instructor Ravi Janardan Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering University of MinnesotaTwin Cities Minneapolis, MN 55455 Oce: 6217 Keller Hall (EE/CSci Bldg.) Phone: (612)6257338 Email: janardan@c