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Unformatted text preview: Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science University of Central Florida COP4600 - Operating Systems Fall 2010 (dcm) Name: Midterm October 26, 2010. Read carefully and follow the rules below. 1. This is an open book, and open notes exam. Computers can only be used after disabling the wireless network. 2. This exam consists of 10 pages and 9 problems. Take the space provided as a hint of the length of the answers expected. Do not add additional pages to the exam. 3. Make sure that you explain clearly each step in your reasoning; no credit is given if an answer is not justified. 4. Each student is expected to work independently; acts of academic dishonesty lead to an unconditional failure of the class. 5. Write legibly and do not use a pencil; if I cannot read an answer you do not get the points. 6. You have 75 minutes for the exam. 1 10 2 10 3 10 4 10 5 10 6 20 7 10 8 10 9 10 Total 100 Problem 1 (10 points: 1 + 3 + 6) The page ranking algorithm is at the heart of one of the most used application of the client-server paradigm. 1.1 Name the application and use two words to describe what the algorithm models. 1.2 Give the formula for the page ranking algorithm and explain each entity involved. 1.3 Provide a qualitative justification for each term in this formula....
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- Spring '08
- Operating Systems, Harvard Mark I, Von Neumann architecture, Modified Harvard architecture, page ranking algorithm