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CISC 250 Assignment 2 Maxie Formal Transportation Layer Protocols Network Layer Protocols 1. How does the TCP/IP addressing/port numbering scheme allow a number of concurrent HTTP sessions to be established between the server and multiple client computers
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CISC250 Exam 1 Key Concepts Network fundamentals (structure performance measures connection oriented vs connectionless Connection-Oriented a logical connection be established between two devices before transferring data a circuit is not a prerequisite
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Course: Intro Computer Science
Summary of lectures 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Introduction to Algorithm Analysis and Design (Chapter 1-3). Lecture Slides Recurrence and Master Theorem (Chapter 4). Lecture Slides Sorting and Order Statistics (Chapter 8-9). Lectur
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Course: Intro Computer Science
Chapter 2 CS223 Analysis of Algorithms Overview Shows how to directly time programs and points out some problems with this approach. Powerful mathematical tools to simplify our reasoning about the efficiency of algorithms. The connections between this mat
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Course: Compiler Construction
(Top-down parsing: recursive descent & LL(1) ) Parsing III Roadmap (Where are we?) Previously We set out to study parsing Specifying syntax Context-free grammars Ambiguity Top-down parsers Algorithm & its problem with left recursion Left-
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CISC250 Exam 1 Key Concepts Network fundamentals (structure performance measures connection oriented vs connectionless Connection-Oriented a logical connection be established between two devices before transferring data a circuit is not a prerequisite
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#include "Network.h" #include "Dijkstra.h" #include <iostream> using namespace std; int main(int argc, const char *argv) cfw_ const char * dataFile = "dataset.csv"; if (argc > 1) cfw_ dataFile = argv[1]; Network network; network.readFromFile(dataFile); i
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#include #include #include #include #include <iostream> <cstdlib> <cmath> "Data.h" "BinaryHeap.h" using namespace std; bool test_basic(int numItems) cfw_ bool failed = false; / setup a very basic heap: / 0 / / \ / 1 2 MinBinaryHeap h; BinaryHeapNode * n0
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#include "LinkedList.cpp" #include <iostream> #include <string> #include <sstream> using std:cout; using std:endl; using std:string; using std:stringstream; / An implementation of Data using a single integer class IntegerData : public Data cfw_ public: in
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#include <iostream> using namespace std; class A cfw_ public: virtual void printOne()cfw_cout < "A\n"; bool equals(A a)cfw_return data = a.data; void setData(int input)cfw_ data = input; void printTwo()cfw_cout < "AA\n"; private: int data; ; class B: publ
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#include "BinaryTree.h" #include <iostream> #include <sstream> using namespace std; / An implementation of Data using a single integer class IntegerData : public Data cfw_ public: int value; / This is the syntax for a constructor that initializes the / pr
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CISC 250 Assignment 2 Maxie Formal Transportation Layer Protocols Network Layer Protocols 1. How does the TCP/IP addressing/port numbering scheme allow a number of concurrent HTTP sessions to be established between the server and multiple client computers
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Course: Automata And Computability
Homework 1 solutions 1. (10 + 5 = 15 points) a. Let M1 = (Q1 , , 1 , q0 1 , F1 ) and M2 = (Q2 , , 2 , q0 2 , F2 ) be two DFA. Construct a DFA that accepts L(M1 ) - L(M2 ). (If A and B are two sets then A - B = cfw_ x | x A and x B . / Give a precise desc
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Course: Automata And Computability
Homework 2 solutions 1. (10 + 5 = 15 points) (i) Dene Rev(L) = cfw_xR | x L . Note xR is the reversal of the string x. Thus, e.g., if L = cfw_ab, aba, babb then Rev(L) = cfw_ba, aba, bbab. Let L1 be a regular language that is recognized by a DFA M1 = (Q1
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Course: Automata And Computability
Homework 3 solutions For each of the languages below, give a context-free grammar that will generate it. 1. L1 = cfw_an bm ck | n + m = k Must add a c for each a and b. Production Rules S aSc S S1 S S1 bS1 c S1 2. L2 = cfw_an bm ck | n + k = m Must add
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Course: Automata And Computability
Homework 4 solutions 1. L = cfw_an bm ck | n + k = m Accept on empty stack Comment: This pda pops a for each b. Once all the as are popped o (i.e. is exposed as top of stack), the bs are pushed in. Then, a b is popped for each c in the input, with accept
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Course: Automata And Computability
Homework 5 solution 3. Show L5 = cfw_ Mx #My | L(Mx ) L(M y ) is co-re but not re. (actually, it turns out that its not co-re.) To show that L5 is not recursive: Assume that L5 is recursive, we can generate a machine K that takes Mx #My as input and retu
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CISC220 Lab 3 Lab due September 25th at midnight on Sakai. This lab may be completed as an individual or as two students working together as a pair. Do not use any classes from any template library; the point of these exercises is for you to code from scr
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#include <iostream> #include <string> #include <sstream> #include <cstdlib> #include "Collection.h" using namespace std; / An implementation of Data using a single integer class IntegerData : public Data cfw_ public: int value; / This is the syntax for a
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CISC220 Lab 2 Lab due February 18th at midnight on Sakai. This lab may be completed as an individual or as two students working together as a pair. Do not use any classes from any template library; the point of these exercises is for you to code from scra
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What affect does the number of items in the data structure (n) have on the performance of the three Map ADT implementations? Total Performance 170 Ti me in Se co n ds 17 Vector_Find Vector_Insert_Erase BTree_Find BTree_Insert_Erase AVLBinaryTree_Find AVL
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What affect does the number of items in the data structure (n) have on the performance of the three Map ADT implementations? Total Performance 170 Ti m e i n Seco nds 17 Vector_Find Vector_Insert_Erase BTree_Find BTree_Insert_Erase AVLBinaryTree_Find AVL
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CISC220 Lab 4 Lab due October 16th at midnight on Sakai. This lab is intended to be completed by two students working together as a pair. Do not use any classes from any template library (except the code provided on Sakai resources for this course); the p
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Course: Intro Computer Science
CISC 220, Data Structures, Spring 2011 Instructor: Textbook: Dr. James Atlas, 415 Smith Hall, jatlas@udel.edu Office Hours: Tue 3-4pm, Wed 2:30-3:30pm Drozdek, Data Structures and Algorithms in C+, Thomson, 2005. Three lecture sessions per week, 50 minute
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Course: Automata Theory
CISC 303 Automata Theory Spring 2009 Instructor: Timo Ktzing (tkoe@udel.edu) o Time/Classroom: MWF, 12:20PM-1:10PM, 235 Purnell Hall. Instructors Oce Hours (Room 102 Smith Hall): Thursday, 2:30-4:30. Additional times may be arranged with the instructor if