Carleton University
SYSC 3200
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Course Outline
Fall 2016
Course Description and Objectives
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Description: This course introduces the major topics of operations research and their
applica
Chapter 19: Handling Equality Constraints in NLP
Equality constraints are the most difficult to handle in nonlinear programming: how do you
generate a point that lies exactly on a curved surface in a high dimensional space? Even worse,
how to you find a p
Chapter 16: Introduction to Nonlinear Programming
A nonlinear program (NLP) is similar to a linear program in that it is composed of an objective
function, general constraints, and variable bounds. The difference is that a nonlinear program
includes at le
Chapter 20: Function and Region Shapes, the Karush-KuhnTucker (KKT) Conditions, and Quadratic Programming
Function and Region Shapes
As we saw in Chapter 16, nonlinear programming is much harder than linear programming
because the functions can take many
Chapter 13: Binary and Mixed-Integer Programming
The general branch and bound approach described in the previous chapter can be customized for
special situations. This chapter addresses two special situations:
when all of the variables are binary (known a
The name of the participant can be:
A named instance (like here)
An anonymous instance (no object
name, but class name required)
A class if interaction through class
operations (class scope): not underlined
Sequence Diagram Notation
Interaction between
pa
Carleton University
SYSC-3020
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Introduction to Software Engineering
Laboratory 6
Black-Box and White-Box Testing Techniques
Summer 2016
Attendance/Grading
To receive credit for this lab, you must make reasonab
SYSC-3020
Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Introduction to Software Engineering
Laboratory 5
Summer 2016
Attendance/Demo
To receive credit for this lab, you must make reasonable progress towards completing the exercises.
SYSC-3020
Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Introduction to Software Engineering
Laboratory 3
Summer 2016
Attendance/Demo
To receive credit for this lab, you must make reasonable progress towards completing the exercises.
SYSC-3020
Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Introduction to Software Engineering
Assignment 1
Summer 2016
Assignment details
Submitted May 9, 2016
Due May 17, 2016 (midnight)
Submission on cuLearn (After submitting, always
SYSC-3020
Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Introduction to Software Engineering
Laboratory 1
Summer 2016
Attendance/Demo
To receive credit for this lab, you must make reasonable progress towards completing the
exercises.
SYSC-3020 Introduction to Software Engineering
Part VI Design Patterns for Performance
Compuware Report (2006): half of European IT
executives (52%) surveyed believe there is a 50% or
higher chance that application deployments will fail
when they go live.
CARLETON UNIVERSITY
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
SYSC 3020
Introduction to Software Engineering
Summer 2016
Course Handout
Lecturer:
Dr. Greg Franks, Room 5204CB, Ph: 520-2600 ext 1749, greg@sce.carleton.ca
Course Objectives:
Software en
Carleton University
SYSC-3020
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Introduction to Software Engineering
Assignment 2
Summer 2016
Assignment details
Submitted May 17, 2016
Due Tuesday May 30, 2016 (midnight)
Submission on cuLearn (After submittin
Carleton University
SYSC-3020
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Introduction to Software Engineering
Assignment 3
Summer 2016
Assignment details
Submitted June 1, 2016
Due Sunday, June 12, 2016 (midnight)
Submission on cuLearn (After submitti
SYSC-3020
Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Introduction to Software Engineering
Laboratory 4
Summer 2016
Attendance/Demo
To receive credit for this lab, you must make reasonable progress towards completing the exercises.
Laboratory #2
Simulation of a Simple Digital Communication System
SYSC 3503 Communication Theory II
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
Carleton University
January 2016
Department of Systems & Computer Engineering
Page 2
Laboratory #4
Probability of Error for BPSK and 2-PAM
SYSC 3503 Communication Theory II
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
Carleton University
January 2016
Department of Systems & Computer Engineering
Page 2 of 4
Purpos
WINTER TERM FINAL
EXAMINATION
April 2009
DURATION: 3 HOURS
Department Name & Course Number:
No. Of Students: 25
Systems and Computer Engineering
SYSC 3503
Course Instructor (s): Ian Marsland
AUTHORIZED MEMORANDA
A calculator and one 8 11" sheet of notes (
Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Communication Theory II
Assignment #5
Due on Friday, April 8, 2016
SYSC 3503
Winter 2015/16
1. Consider a system where we transmit the same binary signal over two different channels simult
SYSC 3503
Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Communication Theory II
Assignment #2
Due on Friday, February 5, 2016
Winter 2015/16
1. S(f ) is the Fourier transform of a non-periodic signal, s(t). S(f ) is given by:
1, for 1
Laboratory #3
Spectral Analysis of Digital Baseband Signals
SYSC 3503 Communication Theory II
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
Carleton University
January 2016
Department of Systems & Computer Engineering
Page 2 of 7
Laboratory #1
Time and Frequency Response of a Butterworth Filter
SYSC 3503 Communication Theory II
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
Carleton University
January 2016
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Page
WINTER TERM
FINAL EXAMINATION
April 2012
DURATION: 3 HOURS
Department Name & Course Number:
No. Of Students: 21
Systems and Computer Engineering
SYSC 3503
Course Instructor (s): Ian Marsland
AUTHORIZED MEMORANDA
A calculator and one 8 11" sheet of notes (
Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Communication Theory II
Assignment #3
Due on Friday, March 4, 2016
SYSC 3503
Winter 2015/16
1. Suppose the normalized pulse shape, hT (t), shown below, is used to generate the pulse train
Carleton University
Department of Systems and Computer Engineering
Communication Theory II
Assignment #1
Due on Friday, January 22, 2016
SYSC 3503
Winter 2015/16
1. Suppose signal x(t), shown below, is passed through a linear time-invariant system with im
Gram-Schmidt Orthogonalization Procedure
For a set of M signals, cfw_s0 (t), s1 (t), . . . , sM 1 (t), defined on some interval [a, b], find a set of K orthonormal basis
signals, cfw_0 (t), 1 (t), . . . , K1 (t), such that each sm (t) can be represented a
Identities
sin(A B) = sin A cos B cos A sin B
cos(A B) = cos A cos B sin A sin B
sin A sin B = 12 [cos(A B) cos(A + B)]
cos A cos B = 12 [cos(A B) + cos(A + B)]
sin A cos B = 12 [sin(A + B) + sin(A B)]
cos A sin B = 12 [sin(A + B) sin(A B)]
sin 2A = 2 sin