CIS 200
Program 1
Lost Survivor
Fall 2013
Due Sept 19th, Oct 1st
Purpose : classes, recursion, 2 dimensional Arrays, test plan, machine).
Universal Merriment Design (UMD) is building an electronic checkers game. They have
hired you to write a small part o
CURRENT EVENTS
ECONOMICS
A. Technology Shocks and Unemployment in the Last Recession
1. Define OECD.
Organization for Cooperation and Economic Development.
2. Interpret Figure 1.
This fact, especially as it pertained large body of literature on the root c
CIS 275
Home work #3
Due: 11/11/13 6:00pm
Purpose: (CISB)
An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate
to its solution.
What to do:
UPS needs you to come up with the delivery route for every truck every m
CIS 275
Home work #4
Due: 11/25/13 6:00pm
Purpose: (CISJ)
An ability to apply mathematical foundations, algorithm principles, and computer science theory
in the modeling and design of computer-based systems in a way that demonstrates
comprehension of the
11/27/2013
IMSE 317
ENGINEERING PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
HW #10
PLEASE DO NOT FORGET TO PUT THE HONOR CODE:
1.
The thickness of eight pads designed for use in aircraft engine mounts are measured. The results, in
mm, are 41.8, 40.9, 42.1, 41.2, 40.5, 41.
CIS 275
Home work #2
Due: 10/28/13 6:00pm
Purpose: (CO2)
An ability to design and conduct experiments to verify the theoretical complexities of algorithm
implementations.
What to do:
Give the big Oh analysis for the program below. Add some statements to c
Chapter 8
8.1
Tests of
Hypotheses Based
on a Single
Sample
Hypotheses
and
Test
Procedures
Source: Dr. Oradys note
Hypotheses
The null hypothesis, denoted H0, is the
claim that is initially assumed to be true.
The alternative hypothesis, denoted by
Ha, is
Chapter 4
4.1
Continuous
Random Variables
and Probability
Distributions
Continuous Random
Variables and
Probability
Distributions
Continuous Random Variables
Probability Distribution
Let X be a continuous rv. Then a
probability distribution or probability
Chapter 5
5.1
Joint Probability
Distributions and
Random Samples
Jointly Distributed
Random Variables
Joint Probability Mass Function
Marginal Probability Mass Functions
Let X and Y be two discrete rvs defined on the
sample space of an experiment. The joi
Introduction to Computer Theory
By Daniel I. A. Cohen
Introduction to Computer Theory Description:
This text strikes a good balance between rigor and an intuitive approach to computer
theory. Covers all the topics needed by computer scientists with a some