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ECE 15 - Engineering Computation - UCSD Study Resources
  • 5 Pages lecture16_trans
    Lecture16_trans

    School: UCSD

    Course: Engineering Computation

  • 2 Pages Homework 3
    Homework 3

    School: UCSD

    Course: Engineering Computation

    ECE15: Homework 3 Recall that in the unix dialogues shown below, we denote the prompt by ()$ and show user input in red and computer output in black. The symbol is used to indicate a single space character in either computer output ( ) or user input ( ).

  • 2 Pages Homework 2
    Homework 2

    School: UCSD

    Course: Engineering Computation

    ECE15: Homework 2 Recall that in the unix dialogues shown below, we denote the prompt by ()$ and show user input in red and computer output in black. In this and future homeworks, unless instructed otherwise, assume that the user will enter valid inputs.

  • 3 Pages Homework 1
    Homework 1

    School: UCSD

    Course: Engineering Computation

    ECE15: Homework 1 This homework is your gentle introduction to C programming. The programs you are asked to write are intentionally simple so you have more time to get acquainted with editing, uploading, compiling, and running programstasks you will need

  • 21 Pages Final 2013
    Final 2013

    School: UCSD

    Course: Engineering Computation

    University of California San Diego Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECE 15 Final Exam Thursday, March 21, 2013 11:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Room 214, Center Hall Name Class Account: ece15w Student ID Number Signature Grading 1. 12 points INSTRUCT

  • 4 Pages Homework 4
    Homework 4

    School: UCSD

    Course: Engineering Computation

    ECE15: Homework 4 (V.2) Recall that in the unix dialogues shown below, we denote the prompt by ()$ and show user input in red and computer output in black. We indicate a single space by in computer output, and by in user input. You can assume that the use

  • 6 Pages Homework 5
    Homework 5

    School: UCSD

    Course: Engineering Computation

    ECE15: Homework 5 Recall that in the unix dialogues shown below, we denote the prompt by ()$ and show user input in red and computer output in black. We indicate a single space by in computer output, and by in user input. You can assume that the user will

  • 8 Pages Midterm 2 Solutions
    Midterm 2 Solutions

    School: UCSD

    Course: Engineering Computation

    University of California San Diego Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECE15 Solutions to Midterm Exam Winter 2013 Problem 1 (14 points) Consider the following C program. The program contains numerous errors, which you will be asked to corre

  • 7 Pages Midterm 1 Solutions
    Midterm 1 Solutions

    School: UCSD

    Course: Engineering Computation

    ECE 15 Fall 11 Midterm Solutions Closed-book exam: no notes, books, calculators, cellphones, etc. allowed. Name: Username: ee15f PID: A Points 1. /40 2. /20 3. /20 4. /20 = /100 Good luck! 0 Username : ee15f Problem 1 (40 points) For each of the following

  • 6 Pages Homework 8
    Homework 8

    School: UCSD

    Course: Engineering Computation

    ECE15: Homework 8 Recall that in the Unix dialogues shown below, we denote the prompt by ()$ and show user input in red and computer output in black. We indicate a single space by in computer output, and by in user input. You can assume that the user will

  • 4 Pages Homework 6
    Homework 6

    School: UCSD

    Course: Engineering Computation

    ECE15: Homework 6 Recall that in the unix dialogues shown below, we denote the prompt by ()$ and show user input in red and computer output in black. We indicate a single space by in computer output, and by in user input. You can assume that the user will

  • 5 Pages Homework 7
    Homework 7

    School: UCSD

    Course: Engineering Computation

    ECE15: Homework 7 Recall that in the unix dialogues shown below, we denote the prompt by ()$ and show user input in red and computer output in black. We indicate a single space by in computer output, and by in user input. You can assume that the user will

  • 6 Pages Fall 2011 midterm
    Fall 2011 Midterm

    School: UCSD

    Course: Engineering Computation

    ECE 15 Fall 11 Midterm Closed-book exam: no notes, books, calculators, cellphones, etc. allowed. Name: Username: ee15f PID: A Points 1. /40 2. /20 3. /20 4. /20 = /100 Good luck! 0 Username : ee15f Problem 1 (40 points) For each of the following programs,

  • 9 Pages Group_15_Week8.2
    Group_15_Week8.2

    School: UCSD

    Course: Engineering Computation

    Group 15 RFID Tags ECE 191 Fall 2006 Week 8 Elizabeth Wyrwich Kevin Wyrwich Sponsor: Bill Hodgkiss/Calit2 Outline Gantt Chart Tasks Performed Comparison of Operating Frequencies "Cool" RFID Applications Summary/Future Plans Gantt Chart Do

  • 9 Pages Final 2011
    Final 2011

    School: UCSD

    Course: Engineering Computation

    ECE 15 Fall 2011 Final Exam is closed-book: no notes, books, calculators, cellphones, lifelines allowed. - In sample runs, user input is underlined and represents space. Include all lines, including # include and declarations (if needed). You can use both

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