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School: University Of Texas
CS 341 Automata Theory Elaine Rich Homework 1 Due Tuesday, January 22 This assignment covers the background material in Appendix A. 1) Which of the following wffs are satisfiable? Prove your answers. (Hint: Use truth tables.) a) (A B) A b) (A B) A 2) Prov
School: University Of Texas
Course: ELEMENTS OF COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
CS 303E Fall 2011 Exam 2 Solutions and Criteria November 2, 2011 Name: EID: Section Number: Friday discussion time (circle one): 9-10 10-11 11-12 12-1 2-3 Friday discussion TA(circle one): Wei Ashley Answer all questions. Please give clear answers. If yo
School: University Of Texas
Course: Computer Organization
Fundamentals of Digital Logic andhficrocomputer Design. M. Rafiquzzaman Copyright 02005 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 5 SEQUENTIAL LOGIC DESIGN This chapter describes analysis and design of synchronous sequential circuits. Topics include flip-flops, Mealy and M
School: University Of Texas
Course: ELEMENTS OF COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
CS 303E Fall 2011 Exam 1 Solutions and Criteria Name: EID: Section Number: Friday discussion time (circle one): 9-10 10-11 11-12 12-1 2-3 Friday discussion TA(circle one): Wei Ashley Answer all questions. Please give clear answers. If you give more than
School: University Of Texas
Course: AUTOMATA THEORY
CS 341 Automata Theory Elaine Rich Homework 1 Due Thursday, September 7 at 11:00 a. m. 1) Write each of the following explicitly: a) P(cfw_a, b) P(cfw_a, c) b) cfw_a, b cfw_1, 2, 3 c) cfw_x : (x 7 x 7 d) cfw_x : y (y < 10 (y + 2 = x) (where is the set of
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Name: CS 354 Midterm 2 November 17, 2010 DIRECTIONS: Please answer all questions. There are three questions, each with subquestions. The points associated with each question are given in square brackets. There are 80 total possible points. Work on these s
School: University Of Texas
Course: AUTOMATA THEORY
CS 341 Automata Theory Elaine Rich Homework 1 Due Thursday, September 7 at 11:00 a. m. 1) Write each of the following explicitly: a) P(cfw_a, b) P(cfw_a, c) b) cfw_a, b cfw_1, 2, 3 c) cfw_x : (x 7 x 7 d) cfw_x : y (y < 10 (y + 2 = x) (where is the set of
School: University Of Texas
Course: AUTOMATA THEORY
CS 341 Automata Theory Elaine Rich Homework 6 Due: Thursday, February 22, 2007 This assignment covers Sections 5.10-5.13 and a review of regular languages. 1) Consider the problem of counting the number of words in a text file that may contain letters plu
School: University Of Texas
Course: AUTOMATA THEORY
CS 341 Homework 1 Answers 1) Prove each of the following: a) (A B) C) (A B C). (A B) C) (A B C) (A B) C) (A B C) (A B) C) (A B C) (A B C) (A B C) True Definition of de Morgans Law Associativity of Definition of b) (A B C) (A (B C). (A B C) (A (B C) (A B
School: University Of Texas
Course: Discrete Mathematics
Big Notation Define f(n) vaguely by dropping from f(n) smaller terms and constant factors if f(n) = 2n + 5000, replace it by f(n) = n if f(n) = 2n^2 + 500n + 5000, replace it by f(n) = n^2 if f(n) = 2^n + n^2, replace it by f(n) = 2^n let f(n) & g(n) b
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School: University Of Texas
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Why Undergraduates Should Learn the Principles of Programming Languages ACM SIGPLAN Education Board Stephen N. Freund (Williams College), Kim Bruce, Chair (Pomona College), Kathi Fisler (WPI), Dan Grossman (University of Washington), Matthew Hertz (Canisi
School: University Of Texas
Course: Algorithms
The University of Texas at Austin Department of Computer Sciences Professor Vijaya Ramachandran CS357: ALGORITHMS, Spring 2006 Lecture 17 Disjoint Sets Data Structure A disjoint-sets data structure maintains a collection of S = {S1 , S2 , , Sk }
School: University Of Texas
Course: Algorithms
The University of Texas at Austin Department of Computer Sciences Professor Vijaya Ramachandran CS357: ALGORITHMS, Spring 2006 Lecture 16 Amortized Analysis 1 Amortized Analysis Given a data structure that supports certain operations, amortized a
School: University Of Texas
Course: Algorithms
The University of Texas at Austin Department of Computer Sciences Professor Vijaya Ramachandran CS357: ALGORITHMS, Spring 2006 NP-completeness Lectures 24-26 1 Feasible Computation So far, we have been looking at designing algorithms that are as
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Lecture 14 10/1/10 Announcements Come see me if you are not doing well in the class! Last Week (P&P 4-5) Von-Neumann Model LC-3 Computational & Memory Instructions This Week (P&P 5, 9.1-2) Test #1 LC-3 Control Instructions TRAP and JSR instructions
School: University Of Texas
Course: Computer Organization
CS310: Computer Organization & Programming Spring 2011 Haran Boral CS310 Spring 2011 - Boral Why Are You Taking This Class? Goals Acquire a basic knowledge of computing platforms Understand principal components of computer systems Learn to program at
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Course: Computer Organization
Lecture 2 1/21/11 Announcements Let me know if you have not received Blackboard email notification Last Lecture Grand tour of course Todays Lecture (P&P 1) Moores Law Digital vs. analog Realization Next lecture (P&P 3.1) Transistor basics CS310
School: University Of Texas
Course: ELEMENTS OF COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
CS 303E Fall 2011 Exam 2 Solutions and Criteria November 2, 2011 Name: EID: Section Number: Friday discussion time (circle one): 9-10 10-11 11-12 12-1 2-3 Friday discussion TA(circle one): Wei Ashley Answer all questions. Please give clear answers. If yo
School: University Of Texas
Course: ELEMENTS OF COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
CS 303E Fall 2011 Exam 1 Solutions and Criteria Name: EID: Section Number: Friday discussion time (circle one): 9-10 10-11 11-12 12-1 2-3 Friday discussion TA(circle one): Wei Ashley Answer all questions. Please give clear answers. If you give more than
School: University Of Texas
CS303E (Mitra) Test 1 Fall 2005 Ques 1 ( 10 pt ) a) Convert 113 in decimal to hexadecimal, octal, and binary. b) Convert DEF in hexadecimal to binary, octal, and decimal. Ques 2 ( 10 pt ) Define variables from the following descriptions. The var
School: University Of Texas
Course: ANALYSIS OF PROGRAMS
Name_ Sample Exam 1 CS 336 General Instructions: Do all of your work on these pages. If you need more space, use the backs (to ensure the grader sees it, make a note of it on the front). Make sure your name appears on every page. Please write large a
School: University Of Texas
Course: ALGORITHMS & DATA STRUCTURES
CS314 Spring 2013 Midterm 1 Solution and Grading Criteria. Grading acronyms: AIOBE - Array Index out of Bounds Exception may occur BOD - Benefit of the Doubt. Not certain code works, but, can't prove otherwise Gacky or Gack - Code very hard to understand
School: University Of Texas
Course: Theory In Programming Practice
CS 337 Open book and notes. Pop Quiz 2 3/11/09 Problem Draw a nite state machine that accepts a string of digits s where either (1) s is empty, or (2) s is a single digit at most 3, or (3) sum of every pair of adjacent digits in s is at most 3. So, 2, 103
School: University Of Texas
Course: Discrete Mathematics
Mohamed G. Gouda CS 313K Fall 2012 Homework 2 1. Let G be a graph with 5 vertices of degree 3 each, 4 vertices of degree 2 each, 3 vertices of degree 1 each, 2 vertices of degree 4 each, and x vertices of degree 6 each. Compute x if G has 35 edge
School: University Of Texas
Course: Discrete Mathematics
Mohamed G. Gouda CS 313K Fall 2012 Exercise 2 1. Use equivalence laws to show that the following two formulas are equivalent. f = (x and y) g = (x and y) and (not x or not z) or (y and x) Sol: g = cfw_second formula (x and y) and (not x or not z) or
School: University Of Texas
Course: Discrete Mathematics
Mohamed G. Gouda CS 313K Fall 2012 Exercise 4 1. Give a direct inference proof to prove the predicate: (n is odd) => (Exist k,l n = k^2 - l^2) where the domains of n, k, and l are the set of all positive integers. Sol: n is odd => cfw_definition of od
School: University Of Texas
Course: Discrete Mathematics
Mohamed G. Gouda CS 313K Fall 2012 Exercise 3 1. Show that the following quantified predicate R is equivalent to another predicate that has no "not". R = not (All x (P(x) -> (Exist y not Q(x,y) Sol: R = cfw_Predicate R not (All x (P(x) -> (Exist y n
School: University Of Texas
Course: Discrete Mathematics
Mohamed G. Gouda CS 313K Fall 2012 Exercise 1 1)Simplify the following formulas: (T and F) or (F and T) or (T and T) = F or F or T = T (not T or F) and (not F or T) and not (F or F) = F and T and T = F not (F or not (T and not(not T or not (F and T)
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CSE332 Week 2 Section Worksheet 1. Prove f(n) is O(g(n) where a. f(n)=7n2+3n g(n)=n4 b. f(n)=n+2nlogn g(n)=nlogn c. f(n)=1000 g(n)=3n3 d. f(n)=7n g(n)=n/10 2. True or false, & explain a. f(n) is (g(n) implies g(n) is (f(n) b. f(n) is (g(n) implies f(n) is
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Ethereal Lab 2, Part 2: DNS and Content Distribution The goal of this lab is to analyze how a Content Distribution Network (Push caching) interacts with DNS authoritative name servers. You can work individually or with a partner. For the next activit
School: University Of Texas
Course: Operating Systems
The Dining Philosophers Due: March 8 4:59:59 PM Overview In this lab you will implement several variations of the classic "dining philosophers problem" in order to practice your multi-threaded programming skills. As in the classic problem, there are N pla
School: University Of Texas
Course: Algorithms
CS357: ALGORITHMS The University of Texas at Austin Department of Computer Sciences January 18, 2006 COURSE DESCRIPTION Time/Location/Unique number. MW 11:00-12:30, WEL 2.256, #54045 Professor. Vijaya Ramachandran (vlr"at"cs, TAY 3.152, 471-9554). O
School: University Of Texas
-Mohamed G. Gouda CS 337 Fall 2007 Course Overview -The major theme of this course is the applications of theory in practical programming. We draw upon material -both theoretical and practical-which have been taught in prior courses: functions, relat
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CS357: ALGORITHMS The University of Texas at Austin Department of Computer Sciences January 18, 2006 COURSE DESCRIPTION Time/Location/Unique number. MW 11:00-12:30, WEL 2.256, #54045 Professor. Vijaya Ramachandran (vlr"at"cs, TAY 3.152, 471-9554). Office
School: University Of Texas
Course: Introduction To Programming
GEO 401 Physical Geology (Fall 2009) Unique Numbers 26630, 26635, 26640, 26645, 26650, 26655, 26660, 26670, 26675 Lecture: JGB 2.324; TTh 2:00-3:30 Laboratory Sections: JGB 2.310; time according to your unique number Professor: Dan Breecker, JGB 4.124, 47
School: University Of Texas
Course: ELEMENTS OF COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
Syllabus - Computer Science 303E - Elements of Computers and Programming The University of Texas at Austin Spring 2012 Course Overview: Welcome! CS303E is an introduction to computer science and programming for students who have no programming experience.
School: University Of Texas
Course: ELEMENTS OF COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
CS313E: Fall, 2012 Elements of Software Design Instructor: Dr. Bill Young Unique number: 52765 Class time: MWF 9-10am; Location: RLM 5.104 Office: MAIN 2012 Office Hours: MW 10-noon and by appointment Office Phone: 471-9782; Email: byoung@cs.utexas.edu TA