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Laboratory 1 (Week 3): Introduction Learning Objective: Become familiar with OPNET IT GURU Academic Edition Learn the basics of OPNET IT GURU Academic Edition Learn how to run OPNET IT GURU Academic Edition Learn how to setup OPNET IT GURU Academic E
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1st Reminder s Test #1 (CLOSED BOOK TEST) Date : Wednesday 4th September 2002 Time : 1830 - 1930 (1hr) Topics : Proofs (Material from Lec 1-3b) Venue : LT27 More info at course website: http:/www.comp.nus.edu.sg/~cs1231/test1.html Wait outside the LT un
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Solutions to Quick Check Questions 6 Repetition Statements 6.1 The while Statement 1. Write a while statement to add numbers 11 through 20. Is this a countcontrolled or sentinel-controlled loop? int sum = 0, i = 11; while ( i <= 20 ) cfw_ /this is a sum +
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Neural Network Toolbox For Use with MATLAB Howard Demuth Mark Beale Computation Visualization Programming User's Guide Version 4 How to Contact The MathWorks: www.mathworks.com comp.soft-sys.matlab support@mathworks.com suggest@mathworks.com bugs@mathwork
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FAMILY NAME OTHER NAMES STUDENT ID SIGNATURE THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES Semester 1 Examination 2009 JUNE 2009 COMP9414 and COMP9814 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) READING TIME 10 MINUTES TIME ALLOWED 3 HOURS TOTAL NUMBER OF
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COMP3121/3821/9101 Midterm Exam 08s1 3 hr exam, 5 problems for all, plus 1 extra problem for COMP3821 PLEASE write CLEARLY, show ALL of your work and EXPLAIN everything in DETAIL! The Master Theorem: Let a, b be constants such that a 1 and b >1, le
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COMP3121/3821/9101/9801 (07s1) Midterm Exam Problems (for practice) NOTE: There are twice as many problems here (8) than there will be on the Midterm (4); also, there are more HARDER problems here than there will be on the Midterm, given to provide y
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Family Name: Other Names: Signature: Student Number: This PAPER is NOT to be retained by the STUDENT The University Of New South Wales COMP3441/9441 Final Exam Cryptography and Security November 2005 Time allowed: 3 hrs Number of questions to answe
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Family Name: Other Names: Signature: Student Number: This PAPER is NOT to be retained by the STUDENT The University Of New South Wales COMP3441/9441 Final Exam Cryptography and Security November 2004 Time allowed: 3 hrs Number of questions to an
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Homework 8 Solutions Problem 1 (a) Would you prefer DFS or BFS (or both equally) for the following tasks? (Assume the graph is undirected and connected.) Justify your answer. 1. Determining if the graph is acyclic Solution Probably DFS. The solution can b
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Assignment #2 Due date: Tuesday April 14 You must explain your answers. Please submit your assignments by emailing them from your CSE or UNSW account to cs3121@cse.unsw.edu.au. Do not email them to Aleks or use your private email account such as gmai
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Assignment #3 Due date: Monday, the 26th of May at Noon To submit your solutions follow instructions on the class web page 1. Timing Problem in VLSI chips. Consider a complete balanced binary tree with n = 2k leaves. Each edge has an associate positi
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Assignment #1- Review Problems Due date: Tuesday, March 24th, at midnight E-mail your solutions from your UNSW account to the class account Each question worth 10 points 1) We are given twelve coins and one of them is a counterfeit but we do not kno
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Laboratory 1 (Week 3): Introduction Learning Objective: Become familiar with OPNET IT GURU Academic Edition Learn the basics of OPNET IT GURU Academic Edition Learn how to run OPNET IT GURU Academic Edition Learn how to setup OPNET IT GURU Academic E
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Laboratory 1 (Week 3): Introduction Learning Objective: Become familiar with OPNET IT GURU Academic Edition Learn the basics of OPNET IT GURU Academic Edition Learn how to run OPNET IT GURU Academic Edition Learn how to setup OPNET IT GURU Academic E
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1st Reminder s Test #1 (CLOSED BOOK TEST) Date : Wednesday 4th September 2002 Time : 1830 - 1930 (1hr) Topics : Proofs (Material from Lec 1-3b) Venue : LT27 More info at course website: http:/www.comp.nus.edu.sg/~cs1231/test1.html Wait outside the LT un
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Solutions to Quick Check Questions 6 Repetition Statements 6.1 The while Statement 1. Write a while statement to add numbers 11 through 20. Is this a countcontrolled or sentinel-controlled loop? int sum = 0, i = 11; while ( i <= 20 ) cfw_ /this is a sum +
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Neural Network Toolbox For Use with MATLAB Howard Demuth Mark Beale Computation Visualization Programming User's Guide Version 4 How to Contact The MathWorks: www.mathworks.com comp.soft-sys.matlab support@mathworks.com suggest@mathworks.com bugs@mathwork
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COMP 3311 Tutorial 4 Wei WANG The University of New South Wales weiw@cse.unsw.edu.au FD and Normalization Theory A Produced with LTEX seminar style & PSTricks 1 F UNCTIONAL D EPENDENCY Concepts anomalies due to "redundency": e.g., cannot represe
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The University Of New South Wales Final Exam November 2003 COMP9311 Introduction to Database Systems Time allowed: 3 hours Total number of questions: 5 Total number of marks: 100 Textbooks, study notes, calculators, mobile phones, etc. are not perm
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MATLAB The Language of Technical Computing Computation Visualization Programming Getting Started with MATLAB Version 6 How to Contact The MathWorks: www.mathworks.com comp.soft-sys.matlab support@mathworks.com suggest@mathworks.com bugs@mathworks.com doc@
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1. Write a subroutine, called &total, which returns the total of a list of numbers. Hint: the subroutine should not perform any I/O; it should process its parameters and return a value to its caller. Try it out in this sample program, which exercises
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Family Name: Other Names: Signature: Student Number: This PAPER is NOT to be retained by the STUDENT The University Of New South Wales COMP3441/9441 Final Exam Cryptography and Security November 2004 Time allowed: 3 hrs Number of questions to an
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Homework 8 Solutions Problem 1 (a) Would you prefer DFS or BFS (or both equally) for the following tasks? (Assume the graph is undirected and connected.) Justify your answer. 1. Determining if the graph is acyclic Solution Probably DFS. The solution can b
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Assignment #2 Due date: Tuesday April 14 You must explain your answers. Please submit your assignments by emailing them from your CSE or UNSW account to cs3121@cse.unsw.edu.au. Do not email them to Aleks or use your private email account such as gmai
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Assignment #3 Due date: Monday, the 26th of May at Noon To submit your solutions follow instructions on the class web page 1. Timing Problem in VLSI chips. Consider a complete balanced binary tree with n = 2k leaves. Each edge has an associate positi
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Assignment #1- Review Problems Due date: Tuesday, March 24th, at midnight E-mail your solutions from your UNSW account to the class account Each question worth 10 points 1) We are given twelve coins and one of them is a counterfeit but we do not kno
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FAMILY NAME OTHER NAMES STUDENT ID SIGNATURE THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES Semester 1 Examination 2009 JUNE 2009 COMP9414 and COMP9814 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) READING TIME 10 MINUTES TIME ALLOWED 3 HOURS TOTAL NUMBER OF
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COMP3121/3821/9101 Midterm Exam 08s1 3 hr exam, 5 problems for all, plus 1 extra problem for COMP3821 PLEASE write CLEARLY, show ALL of your work and EXPLAIN everything in DETAIL! The Master Theorem: Let a, b be constants such that a 1 and b >1, le
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COMP3121/3821/9101/9801 (07s1) Midterm Exam Problems (for practice) NOTE: There are twice as many problems here (8) than there will be on the Midterm (4); also, there are more HARDER problems here than there will be on the Midterm, given to provide y
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Family Name: Other Names: Signature: Student Number: This PAPER is NOT to be retained by the STUDENT The University Of New South Wales COMP3441/9441 Final Exam Cryptography and Security November 2005 Time allowed: 3 hrs Number of questions to answe
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COMP2021 Digital System Structures Tutorial Exercise Week 9 1. A pair of signals Request (R) and Acknowledge (A) are used to coordinate transactions between a CPU and its I/O system. The interaction of these signals is often referred to as a "ha
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ARMv4T Partial Instruction Set Summary Operation Move Move with NOT CPSR to register SPSR to register register to CPSR register to SPSR immediate to CPSR immediate to SPSR Add with carry Subtract with carry reverse subtract reverse subtract with carr
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Grammar, Syntax, and Vocabulary of the IGBA Card-Image File Revised version of circular Igb 832 Contents INTRODUCTION..2 ANALYSIS DATA
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Com S 440/540 Principles and Practice of Compiling Spring 2006 Com S 440 Lecturer: Dr. Markus Lumpe Department of Computer Science 113 Atanasoff Hall http:/www.cs.iastate.edu/~cs440 TR 11 12:20, GILMAN 1104 W 2:10 - 3 (440), PEARSON 1102 N/A proble
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Com S 342 Principles of Programming Languages Spring 2007 Com S 342 Lecturer: Dr. Markus Lumpe Department of Computer Science 113 Atanasoff Hall http:/www.cs.iastate.edu/~cs342 TR 2-3:30, Gilman 1104 W9 (1), Gilman 0312 W4 (2), Gilman 0312 N/A probl
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SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING Micros Lab Classes Lab Allocation: 5/5/2003 Name Amatoury, Jason Aydos, Joao Carlos Franke Bhatt, Vatsal Byrne, Daniel Lawrie Chan, Cheuk Hang Chan, David Wing-Kong Chan, Kevin Chan, King Wong Chang, Chun K
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Table of Contents IDT R30xx Family Software Reference Manual Revision 1.0 1994 Integrated Device Technology, Inc. Portions 1994 Algorithmics, Ltd. Chapter 16 contains some material that is 1988 Prentice-Hall. Appendices A & B contain material that
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Software Development Hack, hack, hack, hack, hack Main.c CVS Sorta works COMP3231 03s2 1 COMP3231 03s2 2 Software Development Hack, hack, hack, hack, hack Sorta works Main.c Software Development Hack, hack, hack It works pretty well, so
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COMP9332 Network Routing and Switching, Semester 1, 2007 Assignment Due 25 May 2007 (in the lecture) Version 1.0 (release 15 March 2007) Preamble This is an open-ended assignment. There are no fixed solutions for it. You are encouraged to exercise yo
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COMP3221/COMP9221 Microprocessors and Embedded Systems Outline COMP3221/COMP9221: MICROPROCESSORS AND EMBEDDED SYSTEMS Session 1, 2003 1. Aims: The main aim of this course is to teach techniques for bus-based interfacing in microprocessor-based sy
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COMP3221: Microprocessors and Embedded Systems Lecture 31: Embedded Systems http:/www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~cs3221 Lecturer: Hui Wu Session 2, 2005 COMP3221/9221: Microprocessors and Embedded Systems Overview What is an embedded system? Characteristic
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OPTIONAL ASSIGNMENT QUESTIONS FROM MICROSOFT JOB INTERVIEWS See yourselves why I keep pestering you with problem solving 1. Given an array of real numbers A[1.n], find a contiguous sub-array A[i.j], 1 i j n, with the largest sum. Note that the ar
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Objectives of this Lecture System Modelling and Design A Stack Calculator: A Small Exercise in Refinement and Implementation Revision: 1.0, May 31, 2006 Ken Robinson School of Computer Science & Engineering The University of New South Wales, Sydney
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Beginners Introduction to the Assembly Language of ATMELAVRMicroprocessors by Gerhard Schmidt http:/www.avrasmtutorial.net December 2003 Avr-Asm-Tutorial 1 http:/www.avr-asm-tutorial.net Content Why learning Assembler?..1 Short and easy.1 Fast a
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Features High-performance, Low-power AVR 8-bit Microcontroller Advanced RISC Architecture 130 Powerful Instructions Most Single Clock Cycle Execution 32 x 8 General Purpose Working Registers + Peripheral Control Registers Fully Static Operation
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XST User Guide R 2005 Xilinx, Inc. All Rights Reserved. XILINX, the Xilinx logo, and other designated brands included herein are trademarks of Xilinx, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. NOTICE OF DISCLAIMER: Xil
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COMP3221: Microprocessors and Embedded Systems Lecture 4: Number Systems (II) http:/www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~cs3221 Lecturer: Hui Wu Session 2, 2004 COMP3221: Microprocessors and Embedded Systems-Lecture 4 1 Overview Overflow in 2's complement addit
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COMP3441/9441 Tutorial Week 6 Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) 1. What is the basic purpose of PKI? 2. What are the components of PKI? 3. What name constraints would you put into PKIX certicates to build the anarchy (P2P) model? [KPS 3] 4. If there i
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FAMILY NAME OTHER NAMES STUDENT ID SIGNATURE THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES Semester 1 Examination 2009 JUNE 2009 COMP9414 and COMP9814 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) READING TIME 10 MINUTES TIME ALLOWED 3 HOURS TOTAL NUMBER OF
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COMP3121/3821/9101 Midterm Exam 08s1 3 hr exam, 5 problems for all, plus 1 extra problem for COMP3821 PLEASE write CLEARLY, show ALL of your work and EXPLAIN everything in DETAIL! The Master Theorem: Let a, b be constants such that a 1 and b >1, le
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COMP3121/3821/9101/9801 (07s1) Midterm Exam Problems (for practice) NOTE: There are twice as many problems here (8) than there will be on the Midterm (4); also, there are more HARDER problems here than there will be on the Midterm, given to provide y
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Family Name: Other Names: Signature: Student Number: This PAPER is NOT to be retained by the STUDENT The University Of New South Wales COMP3441/9441 Final Exam Cryptography and Security November 2005 Time allowed: 3 hrs Number of questions to answe
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Family Name: Other Names: Signature: Student Number: This PAPER is NOT to be retained by the STUDENT The University Of New South Wales COMP3441/9441 Final Exam Cryptography and Security November 2004 Time allowed: 3 hrs Number of questions to an
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Homework 8 Solutions Problem 1 (a) Would you prefer DFS or BFS (or both equally) for the following tasks? (Assume the graph is undirected and connected.) Justify your answer. 1. Determining if the graph is acyclic Solution Probably DFS. The solution can b
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Assignment #2 Due date: Tuesday April 14 You must explain your answers. Please submit your assignments by emailing them from your CSE or UNSW account to cs3121@cse.unsw.edu.au. Do not email them to Aleks or use your private email account such as gmai
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Assignment #3 Due date: Monday, the 26th of May at Noon To submit your solutions follow instructions on the class web page 1. Timing Problem in VLSI chips. Consider a complete balanced binary tree with n = 2k leaves. Each edge has an associate positi
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Assignment #1- Review Problems Due date: Tuesday, March 24th, at midnight E-mail your solutions from your UNSW account to the class account Each question worth 10 points 1) We are given twelve coins and one of them is a counterfeit but we do not kno
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Laboratory 1 (Week 3): Introduction Learning Objective: Become familiar with OPNET IT GURU Academic Edition Learn the basics of OPNET IT GURU Academic Edition Learn how to run OPNET IT GURU Academic Edition Learn how to setup OPNET IT GURU Academic E