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School: Purdue
Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
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School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
Solution of Homework 2: Language of Mathematics Q1. Prove AB =AB without using the De Morgans law and Venns Diagram. Answer To prove that two sets are equal, we need to prove that each set is a subset of the other: i) To prove that A B A B : x A B xAB /
School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
$5 du Your Name: CS 182 MIDTERM Fall 2011 Left Neighbor: M_ Right Neighbor: This exam contains 9 numbered pages. Check your copy and exchange it immediately if it is defective. Print your name and your student id number on the top of this page. Print th
School: Purdue
Course: Systems Programming
CS252: Systems Programming Spring 2015 Mid-term Exam 1 (Time: 75 minutes) Answer Filling in blanks (5 pts, 1pt each space) Fill in each of the underlined empty spaces with one word or a short phrase. A process (program in memory) has the following memory
School: Purdue
Course: Data Structures
Shortest Path 4/1/2003 8:40 AM Outline and Reading (12.4) Reachability (12.4.1) Directed Graphs Directed DFS Strong connectivity BOS ORD JFK Transitive closure (12.4.2) SFO LAX The Floyd-Warshall Algorithm DFW MIA Directed Acyclic Graphs (DAGs) (12.4.3) T
School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
CS 182 Fall 2010 Michael S. Kirkpatrick Name: MIDTERM #1 This is an open book, open notes exam. However, you are not allowed to share any material with anyone else during the exam. Any evidence of academic dishonesty will be dealt with strictly in accorda
School: Purdue
Course: Introduction To The Analysis Of Algorithms
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School: Purdue
Course: Introduction To The Analysis Of Algorithms
u P n G z u P scg"R~ c'~s P l 1 ) j 1 ) R"BHk3d3 ( &" kX6 gidB3d"Ro$sR" "uR6 Hge ) o i) ! k06 vB ! 5 e ! #eP l 1 ! ! lP 6 ! & !P ) ! # ! ! 5 ! ) ! P ) 1 e ! ! u u ! 5 e ) ! 6 1 ! i "Bkgv4gC6 0dvd@dsc'gvwscq" kcw6 3vd e6 vrecsc'd Dscqsc' 6 4 3U R
School: Purdue
Course: Introduction To The Analysis Of Algorithms
CS381 Homework 3 Sketch of Solution Fall 2013 Problem 1. The peak demand for the resource occurs at a time that is covered by the largest number of intervals, a number that can be computed in O(n log n) time as follows. 1. Initialize a counter variable co
School: Purdue
Course: Information Systems
Chapter 16: Concurrency Control ! Lock-Based Protocols ! Timestamp-Based Protocols ! Validation-Based Protocols ! Multiple Granularity ! Multiversion Schemes ! Deadlock Handling ! Insert and Delete Operations ! Concurrency in Index Structures Database Sys
School: Purdue
Course: Information Systems
Chapter 18: Data Analysis and Mining Database System Concepts Silberschatz, Korth and Sudarshan See www.db-book.com for conditions on re-use Chapter 18: Data Analysis and Mining ! Decision Support Systems ! Data Analysis and OLAP ! Data Warehousing Online
School: Purdue
Course: Information Systems
Chapter 15: Transactions Database System Concepts, 5th Ed. Silberschatz, Korth and Sudarshan See www.db-book.com for conditions on re-use Chapter 15: Transactions Transaction Concept Transaction State Concurrent Executions Serializability Recoverability I
School: Purdue
Course: Operating Systems
A Practical Dynamic Buffer Overflow Detector Olatunji Ruwase Transmeta Corporation 3990 Freedom Circle Santa Clara, CA 95054 tjruwase@transmeta.com Monica S. Lam Computer Systems Laboratory Stanford University Stanford, CA 94305 lam@stanford.edu tha
School: Purdue
Course: Data Structures
Merge Sort 7 29 4 2 4 7 9 72 2 7 77 22 94 4 9 99 44 Sets 1 Outline and Reading Divide-and-conquer paradigm (10.1.1) Merge-sort (10.1) Algorithm Merging two sorted sequences Merge-sort tree Execution example Analysis Generic merging and set operations (10.
School: Purdue
Course: Data Structures
AVL Trees 6 v 3 8 z 4 AVL Trees 1 AVL Tree Definition (9.2) AVL trees are balanced. An AVL Tree is a 4 44 2 17 1 32 1 48 62 2 50 1 88 78 1 3 binary search tree such that for every internal node v of T, the heights of the children of v can differ by at mos
School: Purdue
Course: Data Structures
Heaps and Priority Queues 2 5 9 7 6 Heaps and Priority Queues 1 Priority Queue ADT (7.1) A priority queue stores a collection of items An item is a pair (key, element) Main methods of the Priority Queue ADT insertItem(k, o) inserts an item with key k and
School: Purdue
Course: Data Structures
Dictionaries and Hash Tables 0 1 2 3 4 025-612-0001 981-101-0002 451-229-0004 Dictionaries and Hash Tables 1 Dictionary ADT (8.1.1) The dictionary ADT models a searchable collection of keyelement items The main operations of a dictionary are searching, in
School: Purdue
Course: Data Structures
Vectors 9/14/2007 2:55 PM Vectors 1 Outline and Reading The Vector ADT (5.1.1) Array-based implementation (5.1.2) 9/14/2007 2:55 PM Vectors 2 The Vector ADT The Vector ADT stores objects to which it provides direct access An element can be accessed, inser
School: Purdue
Course: Data Structures
Trees 9/21/2007 8:11 AM Trees 1 Outline and Reading Tree ADT (6.1) Preorder and postorder traversals (6.2.3) BinaryTree ADT (6.3.1) Inorder traversal (6.3.4) Euler Tour traversal (6.3.4) Template method pattern (6.3.5) Data structures for trees (6.4) 9/21
School: Purdue
Course: Systems Programming
CS252: Systems Programming Spring 2015 Mid-term Exam 1 (Time: 75 minutes) Answer Filling in blanks (5 pts, 1pt each space) Fill in each of the underlined empty spaces with one word or a short phrase. A process (program in memory) has the following memory
School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
CS 182 Fall 2010 Michael S. Kirkpatrick Name: MIDTERM #1 This is an open book, open notes exam. However, you are not allowed to share any material with anyone else during the exam. Any evidence of academic dishonesty will be dealt with strictly in accorda
School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
CS 182 Fall 2009 Prof. Ananth Grama Final Exam Answer Key PROBLEM 1 Let P (x, y ) be the statement x-y = x+y. The domain for both variables is the set of all integers Z. What are the truth values of the following? Justify your answer. a. (2 pts) P (1, 1)
School: Purdue
Course: Intro Organizatnl Comp
Functions allow you to perform calculations on the database. The AVERAGEIF function requires which arguments? Range, criteria, average_range. When using text as a criterion it must be enclosed with quotation marks. Range is NOT a valid argument for the M
School: Purdue
Course: Systems Programming
CS 252 Homework 1 Solution Part 1. _T/F_ ELF stands for Executable Link Format. (Executable Link File) _T_ A process has a stack for every thread it contains. _T_ A process ID may be reused _T_ Race conditons are more likely to happen in multiprocessor ma
School: Purdue
Course: C Language
%INPUT data = [40; 96; 85; 21] %EXECUTABLE STATEMENT while data > 1 if mod(data, 2) = 0 data = data / 2; else data = (data * 3) + 1; end fprintf(' ') fprintf(data) end fprintf('\n') data = 40 96 85 21 Error using => fprintf Invalid file identifier. Use fo
School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
Solution of Homework 2: Language of Mathematics Q1. Prove AB =AB without using the De Morgans law and Venns Diagram. Answer To prove that two sets are equal, we need to prove that each set is a subset of the other: i) To prove that A B A B : x A B xAB /
School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
$5 du Your Name: CS 182 MIDTERM Fall 2011 Left Neighbor: M_ Right Neighbor: This exam contains 9 numbered pages. Check your copy and exchange it immediately if it is defective. Print your name and your student id number on the top of this page. Print th
School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
CS 182 Spring 2015 Homework 6 Due date: Monday, April 6, 2015 (before class) 1. (8pts) (a) How many ways are there to pick a sequence of two dierent letters of the alphabet that appear in the word MATHEMATICS? 87 (b) How many ways are there to pick rst a
School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
CS182 Spring 2013 Homework 3 Prof. Alex Pothen and Vernon Rego Due date: Friday, February 22, 2013 (before class). 1. (4pts) Find these terms of the sequence cfw_an , where an = (2)n + 5n. (a) a0 . (b) a1 . (c) a3 . (d) a6 . 2. (12pts) Find f (1), f (2),
School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
Solution of Homework 3 * Note that the approximate functions shown below are not unique and are provided for the sake of illustration not perfection. Prob. 1 n n! e Using Stirlings formula: n n 2n ln k = ln n ! n (ln n 1 ) + 0 . 5 ln( 2 n ) k =1 Algori
School: Purdue
Course: Information Systems
Purdue University Computer Science Department CS 348: Information Systems (Fall 2013) Prof: Bharat Bhargava Homework # 3 Reading the textbook chapters titled The Relational Algebra and Relational Calculus, SQL-99: Schema Definition, Constraints, Queries,
School: Purdue
Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
Search Engine Unit # 101 Rental Price $ 750.00 List of Rental Property Unit # 101 103 104 105 302 303 306 406 407 408 501 502 503 504 505 605 606 607 Apartment Complex Rolling Meadows Rolling Meadows Rolling Meadows Rolling Meadows Lakeview Apartments Lak
School: Purdue
Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
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School: Purdue
Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
Excel Chapter 7: Specialized Functions An IF function contains three arguments. Those arguments include all of the following EXCEPT: _. OR NOT AND The OR function will only register FALSE if all the _ are false. Value_if_tru e Value_logical Value_if_false
School: Purdue
Course: Systems Programming
Lab6 : Voice Over IP Using Android Goal In this lab you will write an application that will allow communicating two or more phones running Android over the Internet. You will work on teams of 2 to 5 students. Making the Teams Make your teams and e-mail to
School: Purdue
Course: Programming I
2012/09/18 04:50 1/4 LAB5: User Defined Classes LAB5: User Defined Classes Overview: In this lab you will learn how to create user defined classes. We are going to simulate that West Lafayette is building a simple zoo, and you must help them. Think about
School: Purdue
Course: Programming In C
Lab5: Pointer to Functions, Wave Files and Bit Operations Goal: In this lab you will use pointer to functions to write a generic sorting function. You will also generate music wave files, and finally practice bit operations in "C". Step 1. Download the In
School: Purdue
Course: Programming With Multimedia Objects
Exam 3 Study Guide Chapter 1 Introduction to Computer Science and Media Computation Slides 9, 16, 23 Chapter 2 Introduction to Programming Slides 6, 13, 14, 22, 29 Chapter 3 Modifying Pictures Using Loops Slides 7, 10, 28, 49, 71, 80 Chapter 4 Modifying
School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
CS182Foundation of Computer Science (http:/www.cs.purdue.edu/homes/spa/cs182.html ) TH 1:302:45 in Forney Hall of Chemical Eng., G140 Professor: E-mail: Oce: Oce Hours: HEAD TA: E-mail: W. Szpankowski (and M. Atallah) spa@cs.purdue.edu (only in the case o
School: Purdue
Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
Course Syllabus Introduction to Organizational Computing CS 235 Spring 2011 Course Information Lecture: Section 02-01 01-01 Day WF WF Time 11:30 12:20 am 1:30 2:20 pm Room MTHW 210 CL50 224 Course Grades and Information Course grades are available to stud
School: Purdue
Course: Information Systems
CS348: Information Systems Home | Syllabus | Schedule | Homework, Projects, & Handouts | Announcements Course Policy For this course, we will be following Eugene Spafford's comprehensive course policy. Please be sure to read it over. Academic Dishonesty I
School: Purdue
Course: Programming With Multimedia Objects
Week Jan 9-13 Jan 16-20 Topic Lecture W: Class organization. Introduction to CS Lecture F: Data 1 Recitation: No recitation during the first week Lab: Orientation (e.g. graphs in Excel) Lecture W: Data 2 Lecture F: Regular data structures Recitation & Lab
School: Purdue
Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
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School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
Solution of Homework 2: Language of Mathematics Q1. Prove AB =AB without using the De Morgans law and Venns Diagram. Answer To prove that two sets are equal, we need to prove that each set is a subset of the other: i) To prove that A B A B : x A B xAB /
School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
$5 du Your Name: CS 182 MIDTERM Fall 2011 Left Neighbor: M_ Right Neighbor: This exam contains 9 numbered pages. Check your copy and exchange it immediately if it is defective. Print your name and your student id number on the top of this page. Print th
School: Purdue
Course: Systems Programming
CS252: Systems Programming Spring 2015 Mid-term Exam 1 (Time: 75 minutes) Answer Filling in blanks (5 pts, 1pt each space) Fill in each of the underlined empty spaces with one word or a short phrase. A process (program in memory) has the following memory
School: Purdue
Course: Data Structures
Shortest Path 4/1/2003 8:40 AM Outline and Reading (12.4) Reachability (12.4.1) Directed Graphs Directed DFS Strong connectivity BOS ORD JFK Transitive closure (12.4.2) SFO LAX The Floyd-Warshall Algorithm DFW MIA Directed Acyclic Graphs (DAGs) (12.4.3) T
School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
CS 182 Fall 2010 Michael S. Kirkpatrick Name: MIDTERM #1 This is an open book, open notes exam. However, you are not allowed to share any material with anyone else during the exam. Any evidence of academic dishonesty will be dealt with strictly in accorda
School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
CS 182 Fall 2009 Prof. Ananth Grama Final Exam Answer Key PROBLEM 1 Let P (x, y ) be the statement x-y = x+y. The domain for both variables is the set of all integers Z. What are the truth values of the following? Justify your answer. a. (2 pts) P (1, 1)
School: Purdue
Course: Introduction To The Analysis Of Algorithms
& d P 4s "cv | ! ) ! ! 5 # 2 6 % & q ) G | ! d P vscg6 " ewlHugvtz6 "r | | ! )P 5 5 ! 9 ) ) # 2 ) A gscrbmscr" gR meR R v6 @BsDR0 & 5 5 ! ! P ) ! ) 2 ! ) 5 1 ! ! ) 1 6 eR R 6 h" !hjhgRdh!8RhgDlR 6 hhvD & !i) ! e gU2gD 64sctB | escr|06 s@w" guRwD 5 )
School: Purdue
Course: Intro Organizatnl Comp
Functions allow you to perform calculations on the database. The AVERAGEIF function requires which arguments? Range, criteria, average_range. When using text as a criterion it must be enclosed with quotation marks. Range is NOT a valid argument for the M
School: Purdue
Course: Systems Programming
Login Go Back to Your Class Why Homework is Better with Friends 1314 Admit it, you had the same dumb question. 921 When the prof says, "Any questions?" there are actually questions. 776 More bonding happens at 2AM, really. 647 When you're totally lost,
School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
CS 182 Spring 2015 Homework 6 Due date: Monday, April 6, 2015 (before class) 1. (8pts) (a) How many ways are there to pick a sequence of two dierent letters of the alphabet that appear in the word MATHEMATICS? 87 (b) How many ways are there to pick rst a
School: Purdue
Course: Distributed Systems
CS 390S: Secure Programming Labs Student's choice: 2 out of these 6 possibilities. Labs are described at the SEED project. The choices are: 1. Buffer Overflow Vulnerability Lab: exploit the buffer overflow vulnerability. 2. Return-to-libc Attack Lab: expl
School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
CS182 Spring 2013 Homework 3 Prof. Alex Pothen and Vernon Rego Due date: Friday, February 22, 2013 (before class). 1. (4pts) Find these terms of the sequence cfw_an , where an = (2)n + 5n. (a) a0 . (b) a1 . (c) a3 . (d) a6 . 2. (12pts) Find f (1), f (2),
School: Purdue
Course: Information Systems
CS348 Project #1 Overview In this project, youll create a simple information system to store course enrollment data for a university. This project will let you see the close similarity between the ER model an
School: Purdue
Course: Compiling And Programming Systems
CS 502: Compilers: Principles and Practice Important facts: Name: Dr. Tony Hosking Email: hosking@cs.purdue.edu Office: LWSN 3154L Basis for grades: 20% midterm 30% final 40% project 10% homeworks Things to do make sure you have a working XINU account re
School: Purdue
Course: Information Systems
Purdue University Computer Science Department CS 348: Information Systems (Fall 2011) Prof: Bharat Bhargava Due, Nov. 17, 2011 Homework # 4 1. Consider the relation scheme CTHRSG, where C = course, T = teacher, H = hour, R = room, S = student, and G = gra
School: Purdue
Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
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School: Purdue
Course: Introduction To The Analysis Of Algorithms
u P n G z u P scg"R~ c'~s P l 1 ) j 1 ) R"BHk3d3 ( &" kX6 gidB3d"Ro$sR" "uR6 Hge ) o i) ! k06 vB ! 5 e ! #eP l 1 ! ! lP 6 ! & !P ) ! # ! ! 5 ! ) ! P ) 1 e ! ! u u ! 5 e ) ! 6 1 ! i "Bkgv4gC6 0dvd@dsc'gvwscq" kcw6 3vd e6 vrecsc'd Dscqsc' 6 4 3U R
School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
Solution of Homework 3 * Note that the approximate functions shown below are not unique and are provided for the sake of illustration not perfection. Prob. 1 n n! e Using Stirlings formula: n n 2n ln k = ln n ! n (ln n 1 ) + 0 . 5 ln( 2 n ) k =1 Algori
School: Purdue
Course: Information Systems
Purdue University Computer Science Department CS 348: Information Systems (Fall 2013) Prof: Bharat Bhargava Homework # 3 Reading the textbook chapters titled The Relational Algebra and Relational Calculus, SQL-99: Schema Definition, Constraints, Queries,
School: Purdue
Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
Excel Chapter 7: Specialized Functions An IF function contains three arguments. Those arguments include all of the following EXCEPT: _. OR NOT AND The OR function will only register FALSE if all the _ are false. Value_if_tru e Value_logical Value_if_false
School: Purdue
Course: Systems Programming
CS252 Systems Programming Midterm Exam Preparation Part 1. True False Questions Answer True/False (T/F) (1 point each) _ ELF stands for Executable Link Format. _ A process has a stack for every thread it contains. _ A process ID may be reused _ Race condi
School: Purdue
Course: Systems Programming
Lab6 : Voice Over IP Using Android Goal In this lab you will write an application that will allow communicating two or more phones running Android over the Internet. You will work on teams of 2 to 5 students. Making the Teams Make your teams and e-mail to
School: Purdue
Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
CS182 Spring 2013 Homework 7 Prof. Alex Pothen and Prof. Vernon Rego Due date: Friday April 26, 2013 (LE1: Before Class; LE2: 9 A.M. in CS undergrad oce). Late HW will not be accepted. 1. (10 points) (a) Use the Extended Euclidean algorithm to nd an inver
School: Purdue
Course: Introduction To The Analysis Of Algorithms
CS381 Homework 3 Sketch of Solution Fall 2013 Problem 1. The peak demand for the resource occurs at a time that is covered by the largest number of intervals, a number that can be computed in O(n log n) time as follows. 1. Initialize a counter variable co
School: Purdue
Course: Programming I
2012/09/18 04:50 1/4 LAB5: User Defined Classes LAB5: User Defined Classes Overview: In this lab you will learn how to create user defined classes. We are going to simulate that West Lafayette is building a simple zoo, and you must help them. Think about
School: Purdue
Course: Programming In C
Lab5: Pointer to Functions, Wave Files and Bit Operations Goal: In this lab you will use pointer to functions to write a generic sorting function. You will also generate music wave files, and finally practice bit operations in "C". Step 1. Download the In
School: Purdue
Course: C Language
Lab #05 Programming Assignment Due: Friday June 29th at 11pm (LOCAL LAFAYETTE TIME) 5 Points Possible What will you submit? A single C-file (a file with a .c extension) will be submitted electronically via the sage server. An example submission was conduc
School: Purdue
Course: Programming In C
Fall2010: CS240 Programming In C Implementing a Resizable, Table, a Linked List, and your own String Functions Goal In this lab you will practice dynamic memory, pointers, and strings by implementing a table and a linked list that can be used to store nam
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Course: Data Structure And Algorithms
4/8/12 CS25100: Data Structures and Algorithms, Project 2 CS25100: Data Structures and Algorithms, Spring 2012 Project 2, Stacks and Queues Description The goal of this assignment is to implement and use elementary data structures, and to introduce you to
School: Purdue
Course: Introduction To The Analysis Of Algorithms
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School: Purdue
Course: Introduction To The Analysis Of Algorithms
u P n G z u P scg"R~ c'~s P l 1 ) j 1 ) R"BHk3d3 ( &" kX6 gidB3d"Ro$sR" "uR6 Hge ) o i) ! k06 vB ! 5 e ! #eP l 1 ! ! lP 6 ! & !P ) ! # ! ! 5 ! ) ! P ) 1 e ! ! u u ! 5 e ) ! 6 1 ! i "Bkgv4gC6 0dvd@dsc'gvwscq" kcw6 3vd e6 vrecsc'd Dscqsc' 6 4 3U R
School: Purdue
Course: Introduction To The Analysis Of Algorithms
CS381 Homework 3 Sketch of Solution Fall 2013 Problem 1. The peak demand for the resource occurs at a time that is covered by the largest number of intervals, a number that can be computed in O(n log n) time as follows. 1. Initialize a counter variable co
School: Purdue
Course: Information Systems
Chapter 16: Concurrency Control ! Lock-Based Protocols ! Timestamp-Based Protocols ! Validation-Based Protocols ! Multiple Granularity ! Multiversion Schemes ! Deadlock Handling ! Insert and Delete Operations ! Concurrency in Index Structures Database Sys
School: Purdue
Course: Information Systems
Chapter 18: Data Analysis and Mining Database System Concepts Silberschatz, Korth and Sudarshan See www.db-book.com for conditions on re-use Chapter 18: Data Analysis and Mining ! Decision Support Systems ! Data Analysis and OLAP ! Data Warehousing Online
School: Purdue
Course: Information Systems
Chapter 15: Transactions Database System Concepts, 5th Ed. Silberschatz, Korth and Sudarshan See www.db-book.com for conditions on re-use Chapter 15: Transactions Transaction Concept Transaction State Concurrent Executions Serializability Recoverability I
School: Purdue
Course: Information Systems
Chapter 7: Relational Database Design Database System Concepts, 5th Ed. Silberschatz, Korth and Sudarshan See www.db-book.com for conditions on re-use Chapter 7: Relational Database Design Features of Good Relational Design Atomic Domains and First Normal
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Course: Information Systems
Chapter 6: Entity-Relationship Model Database System Concepts, 5th Ed. Silberschatz, Korth and Sudarshan See www.db-book.com for conditions on re-use Chapter 6: Entity-Relationship Model Design Process Modeling Constraints E-R Diagram Design Issues Weak E
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Course: Information Systems
Chapter 10: XML Database System Concepts Silberschatz, Korth and Sudarshan See www.db-book.com for conditions on re-use XML Structure of XML Data XML Document Schema Querying and Transformation Application Program Interfaces to XML Storage of XML Data XML
School: Purdue
Course: Information Systems
Chapter 5: Other Relational Languages Database System Concepts, 5th Ed. Silberschatz, Korth and Sudarshan See www.db-book.com for conditions on re-use Chapter 5: Other Relational Languages Tuple Relational Calculus Domain Relational Calculus Query-by-Exam
School: Purdue
Course: Information Systems
Chapter 3: SQL Database System Concepts, 5th Ed. Silberschatz, Korth and Sudarshan See www.db-book.com for conditions on re-use Chapter 3: SQL Data Definition Basic Query Structure Set Operations Aggregate Functions Null Values Nested Subqueries Complex Q
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Course: Information Systems
Chapter 4: Advanced SQL Database System Concepts, 5th Ed. Silberschatz, Korth and Sudarshan See www.db-book.com for conditions on re-use Chapter 4: Advanced SQL SQL Data Types and Schemas Integrity Constraints Authorization Embedded SQL Dynamic SQL Functi
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Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
CS Exam 4 1. Which field is more likely to be used in a PivotTables Drop Totals or Detail Fields Here drop zone? Contribution amount 2. You have saved a PivotTable that summarizes employee bonuses by performance category and city. The PivotTable will also
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1. A query that will apply criteria to a table and store the results in a new table is a(n) _ query. Make Table 2. All of the following are examples of action queries except for _ queries. Select 3. To create a calculated field in a PivotTable, you should
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CS 235 Exam 2 The Show Iteration Results option allows you to: o See the values of each trial solution prior reaching a final solution Where is Solver located if it is loaded onto Excel: o Analysis group on the Data Tab Which of the following is TRUE abou
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Projective texture mapping. Shadow maps 1 Mapping from desired to reference image C 1 + (c1 + u1 a1 + v1 b1 ) w1 = C 2 + ( c 2 + u2 a 2 + v2 b 2 )w2 [a 2 b2 w 2 u2 w1u1 c 2 w2 v2 = C 1 C 2 + a1 b1 c1 w1v1 w2 w1 c2 C2 1 a2 b2 V0 b1 a1 P P ] [ ] w 2 u2
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Basics 1 Points y y1 O three numbers suffice but specify where you measure from! P1 x1 x z1 z 2 1 Directions y y1 O From P1 towards P2 P2 P1 x1 v P1 ( x1 , y1 , z1 ), P2 ( x2 , y 2 , z 2 ) vector x v = ( x2 x1 , y 2 y1 , z 2 z1 ) length z1 l = ( x2 x1
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Pre-Lecture Notes 12 Searching The goal of a searching function is to return the location of the target in the array. In addition to the target we also know the size of our array, whether the data in the array is unique or whether values can occur more th
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A Practical Dynamic Buffer Overflow Detector Olatunji Ruwase Transmeta Corporation 3990 Freedom Circle Santa Clara, CA 95054 tjruwase@transmeta.com Monica S. Lam Computer Systems Laboratory Stanford University Stanford, CA 94305 lam@stanford.edu tha
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Merge Sort 7 29 4 2 4 7 9 72 2 7 77 22 94 4 9 99 44 Sets 1 Outline and Reading Divide-and-conquer paradigm (10.1.1) Merge-sort (10.1) Algorithm Merging two sorted sequences Merge-sort tree Execution example Analysis Generic merging and set operations (10.
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AVL Trees 6 v 3 8 z 4 AVL Trees 1 AVL Tree Definition (9.2) AVL trees are balanced. An AVL Tree is a 4 44 2 17 1 32 1 48 62 2 50 1 88 78 1 3 binary search tree such that for every internal node v of T, the heights of the children of v can differ by at mos
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Analysis of Algorithms Input Algorithm Output An algorithm is a step-by-step procedure for solving a problem in a finite amount of time. Running Time (3.1) Most algorithms transform input objects into output objects. The running time of an algorithm typic
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CS190 History History - Today Tools Navigating the Terminal Shell Configurations Editors and IDEs Debugging Source Control Instructors Spencer, Evan, and Levi Awesome TAs Spencer Next time. Evan Junior in CS doing Software Engineering USB Purdue
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PART 12 File Systems CS503 - PART 12 1 Copyright 2014 by Douglas Comer And CRC Press. All rights reserved. Fall, 2014 Location Of File Systems In The Hierarchy CS503 - PART 12 2 Copyright 2014 by Douglas Comer And CRC Press. All rights reserved. Fall, 201
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PART 8 High-level Memory Management CS503 - PART 8 1 Copyright 2014 by Douglas Comer And CRC Press. All rights reserved. Fall, 2014 Location Of High-level Memory Management In The Hierarchy CS503 - PART 8 2 Copyright 2014 by Douglas Comer And CRC Press. A
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PART 4 Process Management: Scheduling, Context Switching, Process Suspension, Process Resumption, And Process Creation CS503 - PART 4 1 Copyright 2014 by Douglas Comer And CRC Press. All rights reserved. Fall, 2014 Terminology d The term process managemen
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PART 2 Organization Of An Operating System CS503 - PART 2 1 Copyright 2014 by Douglas Comer And CRC Press. All rights reserved. Fall, 2014 What Is An Operating System? d Provides abstract computing environment d Supplies computational services d Manages r
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CS 182 Fall 2010 Michael S. Kirkpatrick Name: MIDTERM #1 This is an open book, open notes exam. However, you are not allowed to share any material with anyone else during the exam. Any evidence of academic dishonesty will be dealt with strictly in accorda
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CS 182 Fall 2009 Prof. Ananth Grama Final Exam Answer Key PROBLEM 1 Let P (x, y ) be the statement x-y = x+y. The domain for both variables is the set of all integers Z. What are the truth values of the following? Justify your answer. a. (2 pts) P (1, 1)
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Functions allow you to perform calculations on the database. The AVERAGEIF function requires which arguments? Range, criteria, average_range. When using text as a criterion it must be enclosed with quotation marks. Range is NOT a valid argument for the M
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CS 252 Homework 1 Solution Part 1. _T/F_ ELF stands for Executable Link Format. (Executable Link File) _T_ A process has a stack for every thread it contains. _T_ A process ID may be reused _T_ Race conditons are more likely to happen in multiprocessor ma
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%INPUT data = [40; 96; 85; 21] %EXECUTABLE STATEMENT while data > 1 if mod(data, 2) = 0 data = data / 2; else data = (data * 3) + 1; end fprintf(' ') fprintf(data) end fprintf('\n') data = 40 96 85 21 Error using => fprintf Invalid file identifier. Use fo
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NAME: CS 580, Fall 2013 Instructor: Elena Grigorescu Tuesday, Oct 1, 2013 CS 580, MIDTERM EXAM 75 minute length The exam contains 8 numbered pages. The last 2 pages are intentionally left empty. INSTRUCTIONS 1. Please do not sit next to your collaborators
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CS 584, Spring 2013; Instructor: Elena Grigorescu TAs: Leo Osvald, Akash Kumar Last modified September 24, 2013 Midterm practice problems Solutions/hints will be posted closer to the exam day. 1.) (i) Order the following functions according to their asymp
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CS 580, Fall 2013; Instructor: Elena Grigorescu TAs: Leo Osvald, Akash Kumar Last modified September 28, 2013 Midterm practice problems-Solutions Solutions/hints will be posted closer to the exam day. 1.) (i) Order the following functions according to the
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Office 2013 myitlab:grader Instructions Excel Project CS 235 - Lab Exam 1 - Part 2b Project Description: Jakez Soda Instructions: For the purpose of grading the project you are required to perform the following tasks: Step Points Possible Instructions 1 S
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Scenario Summary Current Values: Current Payment Option Changing Cells: $C$23 $ 80,000.00 $ 80,000.00 $C$24 $ 24,690.27 $ 25,000.00 Result Cells: $C$25 $ 55,309.73 $ 55,000.00 $C$31 $ 1,000.00 $ 994.40 $C$36 $ 3,871.68 $ 3,850.00 Notes: Current Values col
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Voicu Popescu, fall 2009 Sample exam questions 1. Given a planar pinhole camera PPHC(a, b, c, C) and a 3D point P, derive the (u, v) image plane coordinates of the projection of P with PPHC. 2. Given a circle CC of center O, normal n, and radius r, constr
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! CS 251 Final Review! David Fifer 1. Starting with an empty tree, perform the following operations in the AVL tree. Indicate the resulting tree after each step. Also show intermediate steps if any. ! 1 ! CS 251 Final Review! ! 2 David Fifer ! CS 251 Fina
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CS251 Midterm Review Homework Please write the solutions and turn them in the day of the exam. The solutions will be posted the day before of the exam. However, we suggest you to see the solutions after you have written your own solutions. 1. Write a clas
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Q3. A modal dialog box allows the current thread to continue executing while the user is selecting a response. A. True B. False 05. A NullPointer‘Exception is an unchecked exception. A. True B. False Q6. An IOException is a checked exception. A. True B. F
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Model-View-Controller A software paradigm for constructing GUIs Not rigid: Has many variations Divides responsibilities into three pieces: Model: the data (or database) underlying the application View: the GUI comp
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Model-View-Controller A software paradigm for constructing GUIs Not rigid: Has many variations Divides responsibilities into three pieces: Model: the data (or database) underlying the application View: the GUI components visible to the user Controller:
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When given a choice between two methods where the argument is valid for both parameters, the compiler will always choose the most specific parameter as a match. In this case, 'null' is a literal that can bwe handled as an Object and a String. String is mo
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CS180 Spring 2013 Final Part1 - True/False and Multiple Choice Questions This part of the exam is worth 100 points. Multiple choice questions are worth 3 points each; true/false questions are worth 1 point each. Q1. The last character in a non-null, non-e
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CS180Spring2013Final Part1 - True/False and Multiple Choice Questions This part of the exam is worth 100 points. Multiple choice questions are worth 3 points each; true/false questions are worth 1 point each. Q1. The last character in a non-null, non-empt
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CS 180 Fall 2005 Final Exam There are 40 multiple choice questions. Each one is worth 2 points. There are 6 programming questions. Each one is worth 20 points. Answer the multiple choice questions on the bubble sheet given and the programming questions on
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Department of Computer Science Purdue University, West Lafayette Fall 2011: CS 180 Problem Solving and OO Programming Final Examination: Part A. You may consult the textbook and your hand written notes. Friday December 16, 2011 1:00-3:00 pm. LAMBF101. Nam
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Solution of Homework 2: Language of Mathematics Q1. Prove AB =AB without using the De Morgans law and Venns Diagram. Answer To prove that two sets are equal, we need to prove that each set is a subset of the other: i) To prove that A B A B : x A B xAB /
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$5 du Your Name: CS 182 MIDTERM Fall 2011 Left Neighbor: M_ Right Neighbor: This exam contains 9 numbered pages. Check your copy and exchange it immediately if it is defective. Print your name and your student id number on the top of this page. Print th
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CS 182 Spring 2015 Homework 6 Due date: Monday, April 6, 2015 (before class) 1. (8pts) (a) How many ways are there to pick a sequence of two dierent letters of the alphabet that appear in the word MATHEMATICS? 87 (b) How many ways are there to pick rst a
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CS182 Spring 2013 Homework 3 Prof. Alex Pothen and Vernon Rego Due date: Friday, February 22, 2013 (before class). 1. (4pts) Find these terms of the sequence cfw_an , where an = (2)n + 5n. (a) a0 . (b) a1 . (c) a3 . (d) a6 . 2. (12pts) Find f (1), f (2),
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Solution of Homework 3 * Note that the approximate functions shown below are not unique and are provided for the sake of illustration not perfection. Prob. 1 n n! e Using Stirlings formula: n n 2n ln k = ln n ! n (ln n 1 ) + 0 . 5 ln( 2 n ) k =1 Algori
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Purdue University Computer Science Department CS 348: Information Systems (Fall 2013) Prof: Bharat Bhargava Homework # 3 Reading the textbook chapters titled The Relational Algebra and Relational Calculus, SQL-99: Schema Definition, Constraints, Queries,
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CS182 Spring 2013 Homework 7 Prof. Alex Pothen and Prof. Vernon Rego Due date: Friday April 26, 2013 (LE1: Before Class; LE2: 9 A.M. in CS undergrad oce). Late HW will not be accepted. 1. (10 points) (a) Use the Extended Euclidean algorithm to nd an inver
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4/8/12 CS25100: Data Structures and Algorithms, Project 2 CS25100: Data Structures and Algorithms, Spring 2012 Project 2, Stacks and Queues Description The goal of this assignment is to implement and use elementary data structures, and to introduce you to
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CS 503 Fall 2012 HW 0: Features of Modern Operating Systems (75 pts) Due: 09/09/2012, 11:59 PM Problem 1. Describe how isolation/protection is achieved in modern operating systems, distinguishing hardware and software (i.e., OS) support features. Argue wh
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Lab 0: Getting Acquainted with XINU Page 1 of 1 CS 503 Spring 2008 HW 0: Features of Operating Systems (60 pts) Due: Friday 01/25/2008, 11:59 PM Problem (20 + 15 + 10 + 15 pts) 1. From a user perspective of operating systems (UNIX, Windows, Linux,
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4/8/12 CS25100: Data Structures and Algorithms, Project 3 CS25100: Data Structures and Algorithms, Spring 2012 Project 3, Convex Hull Description This project considers one of the most basic operations in computational geometry, namely the computation of
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Lab 1 Page 1 of 1 CS 503 Fall 2008 HW 1: Process Management (70 pts) Due: Friday 02/15/2008, 11:59 PM Problem (30 + 20 + 20 pts) 1. Solaris supports real-time (RT) processes by allowing them to occupy the priority range 100-159. Timeshare (TS) proc
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4/8/12 CS25100: Data Structures and Algorithms, Project 4 CS25100: Data Structures and Algorithms, Spring 2012 Project 4, Password Cracking In this project we will develop a C+ program that uses a symbol table to break a password encoding scheme. Descript
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CS182 Spring 2013 Homework 1 Prof. Alex Pothen and Vernon Rego Due date: Friday, January 25th, 2013 (before class). 1. (8pts) Show that each of these implications is a tautology by using truth tables. (a) [q (p q )] q . p q pq TT T TF F FT T FF T q (p q )
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CS 159 HW #01 5 Points Possible Due: January 24, 2011 at 11:00pm. Background (From: http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagorean_triple): A Pythagorean triple consists of three positive integers a, b, and c, such that a2 + b2 = c2. Such a triple is commonly wr
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CS 580, Fall 2015; Instructor: Elena Grigorescu TAs: Samson, Young-San Due: Nov 23, 4:30 pm in class, in hard copy Last modied November 5, 2015. Problem set 5 Problem 1 A ballet show producer is looking for ballerinas and sponsors for a new Swan Lake show
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CS 580, Fall 2015; Instructor: Elena Grigorescu TAs: Samson, Young-San Due: Oct 28, 4:30 pm in class, in hard copy Last modied October 19, 2015. Problem set 5 Solve but do not turn in. 1. Read solved Ex 1, 2 page 411 KT 2. Practice problems from Chapter 7
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CS 580, Fall 2015; Instructor: Elena Grigorescu TAs: Samson, Young-San Due: Oct 14, 4:30 pm in class, in hard copy Problem set 4 Solve but do not turn in. 1. Compute the DFT of the coecient vectors: (0, 1, 2, 3), (2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 2). 2. Use the FFT a
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CS 580, Fall 2015; Instructor: Elena Grigorescu TAs: Samson, Young-San Due: September 23, 4:30 pm in class, in hard copy Problem set 3 Problem 1: This year, the Indianapolis 500 will be organizing a doubles automobile race from Indianapolis to West Lafaye
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CS 580, Fall 2015; Instructor: Elena Grigorescu TAs: Samson, Young-San Due: September 02, 4:30 pm in class, in hard copy Problem set 1 Problem 1 Arrange the following functions in decreasing order and give a short proof of your answers. 1. g2 (n) = 24n 2.
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CS 580, Fall 2015; Instructor: Elena Grigorescu TAs: Samson, Young-San Due: Solve but do not turn in. Problem set 0 1 Bookeeping 1. Sign up on Piazza (see link on class website) 2 Solve but do not turn in (they might appear in exams/quizzes) 1. What is th
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CS 159 HW #07 5 Points Possible Due: December 2, 2013 at 11:00pm. Notes: Read all assignment requirements listed below. The failure to follow assignment requirements may result in a loss of potentially all points. Start your assignment early. Help is limi
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CS 159 HW #06 5 Points Possible Due: November 18, 2013 at 11:00pm. Notes: Read all assignment requirements listed below. The failure to follow assignment requirements may result in a loss of potentially all points. Start your assignment early. Help is lim
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CS 159 HW #01 5 Points Possible Due: September 2, 2013 at 11:00pm. Note: The due date for this assignment is a University Holiday and labs will be closed. No office hours will be held. Problem: Given the value of a radius as input display the circumferenc
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CS 159 HW #03 5 Points Possible Due: September 30, 2013 at 11:00pm. Notes: Read all assignment requirements listed below. The failure to follow assignment requirements may result in a loss of potentially all points. Start your assignment early. Help is li
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CS 159 HW #02 5 Points Possible Due: September 16, 2013 at 11:00pm. Notes: Read all assignment requirements listed below. The failure to follow assignment requirements may result in a loss of potentially all points. Start your assignment early. Help is li
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CS 159 HW #04 5 Points Possible Due: October 21, 2013 at 11:00pm. Notes: Read all assignment requirements listed below. The failure to follow assignment requirements may result in a loss of potentially all points. Start your assignment early. Help is limi
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CS 159 HW #05 5 Points Possible Due: November 4, 2013 at 11:00pm. Notes: Read all assignment requirements listed below. The failure to follow assignment requirements may result in a loss of potentially all points. Start your assignment early. Help is limi
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Excel Chapter 7: Specialized Functions An IF function contains three arguments. Those arguments include all of the following EXCEPT: _. OR NOT AND The OR function will only register FALSE if all the _ are false. Value_if_tru e Value_logical Value_if_false
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Course: Systems Programming
Lab6 : Voice Over IP Using Android Goal In this lab you will write an application that will allow communicating two or more phones running Android over the Internet. You will work on teams of 2 to 5 students. Making the Teams Make your teams and e-mail to
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Course: Programming I
2012/09/18 04:50 1/4 LAB5: User Defined Classes LAB5: User Defined Classes Overview: In this lab you will learn how to create user defined classes. We are going to simulate that West Lafayette is building a simple zoo, and you must help them. Think about
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Course: Programming In C
Lab5: Pointer to Functions, Wave Files and Bit Operations Goal: In this lab you will use pointer to functions to write a generic sorting function. You will also generate music wave files, and finally practice bit operations in "C". Step 1. Download the In
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Course: C Language
Lab #05 Programming Assignment Due: Friday June 29th at 11pm (LOCAL LAFAYETTE TIME) 5 Points Possible What will you submit? A single C-file (a file with a .c extension) will be submitted electronically via the sage server. An example submission was conduc
School: Purdue
Course: Programming In C
Fall2010: CS240 Programming In C Implementing a Resizable, Table, a Linked List, and your own String Functions Goal In this lab you will practice dynamic memory, pointers, and strings by implementing a table and a linked list that can be used to store nam
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Course: Programming Applications For Engineers
CS 159 Fall 2013 Lab #5 What will you submit? 1. The first task of this lab is a number of problems from and related to chapter 4 intended to improve your understanding of the material you will utilize in the lab assignment and familiarize you with the co
School: Purdue
Course: Programming Applications For Engineers
CS 159 Fall 2013 Lab #3 What will you submit? 1. The first task of this lab is a number of problems from and related to chapter 3 intended to improve your understanding of the material you will utilize in the lab assignment and familiarize you with the co
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Course: Programming Applications For Engineers
CS 159 Fall 2013 Lab #8 What will you submit? 1. The first task of this lab is a number of problems from and related to chapter 6 intended to improve your understanding of the material you will utilize in the lab assignment and familiarize you with the co
School: Purdue
Course: Programming Applications For Engineers
CS 159 Fall 2013 Lab #7 What will you submit? 1. The first task of this lab is a number of problems from and related to chapter 5 and chapter 6 intended to improve your understanding of the material you will utilize in the lab assignment and familiarize y
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Course: Data Structures
Lab 1: C/C+ Programming and GDB Goal The goal of this lab is to help you better understand both the tools that are available to you as a programmer, and the UNIX environment. A substantial part of being a good programmer is understanding the tools availab
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Course: Data Structures
CS251 Lab3: Building a Web Crawler Please see the FAQ before asking questions to the TAs You will be using the HashTableTemplate.h that you implemented it in last lab. Ask for help to your lab instructor if you did not successfully finish your HashTableTe
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Course: Data Structures
CS251 Lab2 Writing Your Own C+ String Package and Hash Table Template C+ Primer DDD Tutorial Goal In this lab you will learn some C+ features such a operator overloading, constant arguments, iterators, and templates. You will implement your own String C+
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Course: Data Structures
CS251 Data Structures Lab4: Building a Search Engine This is the grading form that will be used to grade lab3 and lab4 Sample url.txt and word.txt In this lab you will build a search engine that will search over the information you harvested in lab3. Desc
School: Purdue
Course: Programming In C
Lab 2 Problem 1 Q: Explain why changing scanf("0",&s) to scanf("0",s) generates a segmentation fault runtime error. What is the general meaning of segmentation fault? A: Using a variable s without the &, it will be passed to it by the value of s which mea
School: Purdue
Course: Programming In C
Lab 1 Problem 1: Q: What is the nature of the output a.out generated by gcc? That is, is it machine code executable on the CPU or are other translations required? A: a.out is an executable code in binary form that run on the CPU and there is no other tran
School: Purdue
Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
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Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
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Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
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Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
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Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
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Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
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Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
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Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
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Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
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Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
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Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
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Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
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School: Purdue
Course: Programming With Multimedia Objects
Exam 3 Study Guide Chapter 1 Introduction to Computer Science and Media Computation Slides 9, 16, 23 Chapter 2 Introduction to Programming Slides 6, 13, 14, 22, 29 Chapter 3 Modifying Pictures Using Loops Slides 7, 10, 28, 49, 71, 80 Chapter 4 Modifying
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Course: Foundations Of Computer Science
CS182Foundation of Computer Science (http:/www.cs.purdue.edu/homes/spa/cs182.html ) TH 1:302:45 in Forney Hall of Chemical Eng., G140 Professor: E-mail: Oce: Oce Hours: HEAD TA: E-mail: W. Szpankowski (and M. Atallah) spa@cs.purdue.edu (only in the case o
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Course: Introduction To Organizational Computing
Course Syllabus Introduction to Organizational Computing CS 235 Spring 2011 Course Information Lecture: Section 02-01 01-01 Day WF WF Time 11:30 12:20 am 1:30 2:20 pm Room MTHW 210 CL50 224 Course Grades and Information Course grades are available to stud
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Course: Information Systems
CS348: Information Systems Home | Syllabus | Schedule | Homework, Projects, & Handouts | Announcements Course Policy For this course, we will be following Eugene Spafford's comprehensive course policy. Please be sure to read it over. Academic Dishonesty I
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Course: Programming With Multimedia Objects
Week Jan 9-13 Jan 16-20 Topic Lecture W: Class organization. Introduction to CS Lecture F: Data 1 Recitation: No recitation during the first week Lab: Orientation (e.g. graphs in Excel) Lecture W: Data 2 Lecture F: Regular data structures Recitation & Lab