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Lab5sol
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Lab 5 Solutions July 12 Introduction to Arrays Creating a Vector The command linspace(a,b,n) produces an array that begins with the number a, ends with the number b, and contains n elements, which are equally spaced from each other and

Lab9sol
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Lab 9 Solutions July 26 Functions Revisited On the surface, there doesnt appear to be much dierent between a script that takes no inputs and produces no outputs, and a function that takes no inputs and produces no outputs. However, rec

Quiz4sol
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Quiz 4 Solutions July 21 Name: NetID: You have 10 minutes to complete this quiz. You may not use a computer to answer the questions. 1. What is a nested loop? [Ans] A nested loop is a structure where one or more loops are placed inside

Lab7sol
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Lab 7 Solutions July 19 Nested Loops The outer loop (with index i) runs a total of 20 times. For each run of the outer loop, the inner loop (with index j ) runs 10 times. Thus, in total, the body of the nested loop runs 20 10 = 200 tim

Lab7
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
Lab 7 CS 1109 Summer 2011 July 19 In this lab, you will develop programs that use single and nested loops. General Lab Instructions This lab is designed to be completed within the scheduled class meeting time. There are three deliverables for this lab a W

Quiz3sol
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Quiz 3 Solutions July 14 Name: NetID: You have 10 minutes to complete this quiz. You may not use a computer to answer the questions. 1. What is a vector? [Ans] A vector, or a onedimensional array, is a collection of data organized in

Lab6sol
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Lab 6 Solutions July 14 Practice Using the Colon Operator Useful Functions: zeros and ones 1. To generate a vector of length 10 lled with zeros: zeros(1,10) 2. To generate a 4 6 matrix lled with 10s: 10*ones(4,6) Reversing Arrays To re

Lab6
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Lab 6 July 14 In this lab, you will get a chance to work with the colon notation and matrices (twodimensional arrays). You will also be introduced to the forloop construct. General Lab Instructions This lab is designed to be complete

Hw1_sol
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming Concepts
CS 1109 1 1.a Homework 1  Solution July 8, 2013 Spherical Triangle Area and Excess In this part all you have to do is to transfer the given mathematical formulas into assignments using arithmetic operators in MATLAB. When you run the script le, test tria

Hw2_sol
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming Concepts
CS 1109 1 Homework 2  Solution July 16, 2013 Mind the gap function p = prime gap(n,d) % Returns the prime numbers separated by a gap d and smaller than n. % p is an array which contains pairs of primes in order. x = primes(n); m = length(x) 1; p = []; %

Hw3_sol
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming Concepts
Homework 3  Solutions CS 1109 1 1.a July 29, 2013 Chess Initialization Initialization can be written as a simple assignment. function board = initialize() % Returns an initialized chessboard board = [ 8 7 0 0 0 0 1 2 1.b 9 10 11 12 10 77777 00000 00000 0

Hw4_sol
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming Concepts
CS 1109 1 1.1 Homework 4  Solution August 6, 2012 Sound Eects Delay function result = delay(data, fs, delta) % Delays the sound stored in data by an amount delta given in seconds. % Each data point is seperated by 1/fs seconds. dn = floor(delta * fs); re

Quiz5sol
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming Concepts
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Quiz 5 Solutions July 28 Name: NetID: You have 10 minutes to complete this quiz. You may not use a computer to answer the questions. 1. What are the two main dierences between Matlab functions and scripts? [Ans] (a) A Matlab function c

Qz1a
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming Concepts
Quiz 1 CS 1109 1 Assignment x y z x y = = = = = Date: June 26, 2013 (5 points) 6; 3; x / y; x  y; z + 2 * x; What are the nal values for x: 2 y: z: MATLAB functions (5 points) phi = 2*pi; theta = phi/2; st = sin(theta); val = exp(st); % theta = 2*theta;

Qz2a
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming Concepts
QUIZ 2 Name:_ netID:_ Tick the correct output. Some questions have been marked as Multiple choice, the rest have one correct answer. 1. i = 1; while (i < 10) i=i+1 end A. Numbers from 2 to 10 C. No output B. Numbers from 1 to 10 D. Numbers from 1 to 11 2.

Lab9
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
Lab 9 CS 1109 Summer 2011 July 26 In this lab, you will gain an appreciation for Matlabs usefulness as a data visualization tool. You will also learn how to plot 2D curves and format gures. General Lab Instructions This lab is designed to be completed wi

Lab10
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Lab 10 July 28 In this lab, you will learn the basics of image processing in Matlab and implement a couple of simple ltering routines. General Lab Instructions This lab is designed to be completed within the scheduled class meeting tim

Lab10sol
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Lab 10 Solutions July 28 Negative of an Image Comparing the Two Approaches The exact speedup factor depends on the specic computer you run your code on, as well as whether you included the time taken to render the image negative (i.e.

Lab5
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Lab 5 July 12 In this lab, you will learn about one of the most fundamental data structures in computer science the array. You will learn how to create and manipulate arrays in Matlab. General Lab Instructions This lab is designed to b

Quiz2sol
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Quiz 2 Solutions July 7 Name: NetID: You have 10 minutes to complete this quiz. You may not use a computer to answer the questions. 1. What is an innite loop? [Ans] An innite loop is one that causes a set of instructions or statements

Lab3
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Lab 3 July 5 In this lab, you will learn about the fundamental branching construct, the ifstatement. General Lab Instructions This lab is designed to be completed within the scheduled class meeting time. There are three deliverables fo

Lab3sol
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Lab 3 Solutions July 5 The ifelsestatement if (expression) Statement a1 ; Statement a2 ; . . . else Statement b1 ; Statement b2 ; . . . end To execute the above conditional statement, we begin by evaluating expression. If expression

Quiz1sol
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Quiz 1 Solutions June 30 Name: NetID: You have 10 minutes to complete this quiz. You may not use a computer to answer the questions. 1. In a stepbystep fashion, describe how an assignment statement of the form variable name = express

Lab2sol
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Lab 2 Solutions July 1 Obtaining User Input The \n is an escape character that introduces a newline into a string. Strings To prompt a user for string input, we supply a second argument to the input command that is simply s. For exampl

Lab2
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Lab 2 June 30 In this lab, you will learn how to solicit input from a user and print output to the screen in Matlab. You will also learn how to create simple Matlab scripts. General Lab Instructions This lab is designed to be completed

Lab1sol
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Lab 1 Solutions June 28 Matlab Starting Matlab How to start Matlab: In the CIT public Windows labs, Matlab can be started by selecting Start All Programs Class Files MATLAB R2010a MATLAB R2010a. Anatomy of the Matlab Environment Purpo

Lab1
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Lab 1 June 28 In this lab, you will be introduced to Matlab (short for MATrix LABoratory ). You will also learn about two of the most fundamental building blocks of computer programs variables and assignment statements. General Lab Ins

Lab8
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
Lab 8 CS 1109 Summer 2011 July 21 In this lab, you will learn more about how function calls are executed and practice writing functions of your own. General Lab Instructions This lab is designed to be completed within the scheduled class meeting time. The

Loopsreview
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
Review CS 1109 Summer 2011 July 11 Random Triangles Write a script named triangle.m that generates three random numbers a, b and c between 0 and 1. If a triangle can be formed with those side lengths, your script should print Triangle possible. Otherwise,

Standards
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Code Standards Documentation Script Headers Every script should be prefaced with a header that provides a highlevel overview of the problem that it solves. Describe any assumptions that your script requires for correct behavior. For example, if t

Hw2
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Homework 2 Due: July 11, 11:59PM Instructions The purpose of this assignment is to help you gain experience in writing scripts that make use of branching and looping constructs. Remember: You are allowed to discuss the homework with ot

Hw0
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming
CS 1109 Summer 2011 Homework 0 Due: June 28, 10:00AM The purpose of this assignment is to introduce you to the Computer Science departments Course Management System (CMS). You will be using this portal over the course of the summer to submit your homework

Qz3
School: Cornell
Course: Fundamental Programming Concepts
1 Sorting (100 points) The following code sorts an array using an algorithm called bubblesort. function x = bubblesort(x) disp(= INPUT ARRAY =) fprintf(Array x) ); disp(x) disp(=) n = length(x); step = 0; for i=1:n1 for j=1:ni if x(j) > x(j+1) temp = x(