MATH 333: Probability and Statistics
Spring 2017 Course Syllabus
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PHYSICAL
ORGANIZATION
File organizations
Outline
0. Introduction
1. Data on External Storgae
2. Files and records.
3. Operations on files.
4. File organization
5. Unordered files
6. Ordered files
0. Introduction
The basic abstraction of data in a DBMS is
CS 241-001, Fall 2009, Exam 1
Prof. David Nassimi
Exam #:
(Time: 1.5 Hours)
Name:
First
Last
1. (a) (10 pts) Let A = cfw_1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10 and B = cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8. Determine each of the
following sets.
AB
AB
AB
BA
(A B) (A B)
(b) (10 pts) Pro
CS 241-001, Fall 2009, Exam 2
Prof. David Nassimi
Exam #:
(Time: 1.5 Hours)
Name:
First
Last
1. (a) Use simple algebraic manipulations to prove the following sum is O(n2 log n).
n
S(n) =
(k log k)
k=2
GRADE
1
/20
2
/20
3
/20
4
/20
5
/20
SUM
(b) Use simple
CS 241, Spring 2013, Exam 1
Prof. David Nassimi
Solution
(Time: 2 Hours)
Exam Distribution
Students: 37
90 s
5
80 s
8
70 s
6
60 s
2
50 s
5
40 s
7
30 s
0
< 30
4
High: 100
Median: 70
Average: 64
1. Use both Venn diagram and algebraic method to prove each se
CS 241-001, Fall 2009, FINAL
Prof. David Nassimi
Exam #:
(Time: 2.5 Hours)
Name:
First
Last
1. Consider the following pseudocode.
GRADE
Mystery (int n) cfw_
if (n = 1)
cfw_Printline (Hello from the bottom of the well!);
return;
Mystery(n 1); /If n > 1, m
CS 631 _ DBMS 5
Test #ZA = 55
Dr. H. Assadi our 5
1. The following table is not normalized. Use functional dependency diagram to normalize it, i
step-bystep, through 1NF. ZNF, and 3NF. 5
M? 91 L1 5 T1x?\nwiw%~a%m
M2 D1
M3 D1
M4 D2
M5 DZ
a. 1NF
CS 43% Data Structures
534,555 :3"? .L Final
wwwmV Dr. H. Assadigour
1. Say whether the following statements are True or False. Give a short explanation (a sentence should
do).
var-v a. In the worst-case, searching for a key in an n node binary search t
Guidelines for Alternate Final Project
Mgmt 390 Principles of Business
Dr. Barbara Tedesco
Post to Turn-It-In.com no later than November 27th
If you are planning to open a professional practice or would like to read and review a
business book, you may ele
CS332 Operating System
Instructor: Dr. Lay
Email:
[email protected] Phone: 973 716 2835
Office Hours: By appointment only (EMAIL).
Course Content: Organization of operating systems covering structure, process management and scheduling;
interaction of concurren
Final Project Guidelines Spring 2017
Mgmt 390 Principles of Business
Dr. Barbara Tedesco
Overview and Relevance of Project
The term project links what you have learned in the course to managing your career. The
purpose of the project is to allow you to ta
CS 241, Sect 002
Course Syllabus
Spring 2017
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Foundations of Computer Science I
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Dr. David Nassimi
T,R 1:00-2:25 pm, CKB 214
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http:/www.cs.njit.edu/~nassimi/c
CS 241, Sect 002 Programming Assignment 1 Prof. D. Nassimi
Foundations I
Insertion Sort
Spring 2017
Study Module 6 (Analysis of Algorithms)
This is a simple programming assignment to implement insertion sort algorithm and to observe its worstcase, best-ca
CS 241, Sect 002 Programming Assignment 2 Prof. D. Nassimi
Foundations I
Towers of Hanoi
Spring 2017
Study Module 7 (Recursive Algorithms)
This is a simple programming assignment involving recursion. You are to implement the Towers-of-Hanoi
problem, which
CIS 336 Final Exam Answers
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CIS 336 Final Exam Answers
Question 1.
Joe works for a company where the IT department charges him for the number of CRM
login accounts that are in his department. What t
chapter
6
The Relational Algebra and
Relational Calculus
I
n this chapter we discuss the two formal languages for
the relational model: the relational algebra and the
relational calculus. In contrast, Chapters 4 and 5 described the practical language for
CS 632 Advanced Database Systems
Test #1
Dr. H. Assadipour
1. What isthe output of the following program, given table X?
Table X:
ASQUARE ACUBE
DBMS_0UTPUT:
_E- 1 CUBE IS: 1
_ 2mm
2 ?
somenumber number; 3 CUBE [5: 27
BEGIN 3
fori in i. $2 3 CUBE IS: 2
CS 241-001 Fall 2007, FINAL EXAM
Prof. David Nassimi
Exam #:
(Time: 2 Hours)
Name:
First
Last
1. Find the exact solution of the following second-order linear recurrence.
Fn =
8Fn1 15Fn2 , n 2
0,
n=0
2,
n=1
GRADE
1
/20
2
/20
3
/20
4
/20
5
/20
SUM
1
/100
CS
CS 241-001, Fall 2007, Exam 2
Prof. David Nassimi
Solution
(Time: 1.5 Hours)
Number of students who took the exam: 18
Median = 48
Grades:
0, 10, 10, 12, 15, 18, 20, 30, 43 52, 52, 54, 60, 62, 70, 70, 72, 92
1. Prove the following function is (n4 ).
T (n)
CS 241-001, Fall 2007, Exam 1
Prof. David Nassimi
Solution
(Time: 1.5 Hours)
1. (a) (7 pts) Use a truth table to show the following two propositions are logically equivalent.
xy
(x y) (x y)
X
T
T
F
F
Y
T
F
T
F
X
F
F
T
T
Y
F
T
F
T
(1)
XY
T
F
F
T
XY
T
F
T
CS 241, Fall 2013, Exam 2
Prof. David Nassimi
Solution
(Time: 1.5 hours)
Exam Grades Distribution
Median = 80
100 90 s 80 s 70 s 60 s 50 s 40 s Tot stud
5
5
8
7
2
6
3
36
Performance Statistics on Each Problem
Problem P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 Tot Exam
100
Weight 20
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CS 241-001, Fall 2013, Exam 1 Exam #: g Name: 8 . M
Prof. David Nassimi (Time: 1.5 Hours) First Last
1. Use algebraic method to prove each of the following set equality. I g
(a)
(AnB)U(An§)=A
U46 : [2908) 00m 8')
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= H ((3, ug) D157 {REMey92FI
CS 241
Homework 4
Dr. David Nassimi
Foundations I Due: Week 8, Thur March 13
Spring 2014
Chapter 3: Functions, Sequences, and Relations
1. Consider the following sets of ordered pairs.
(a) S1 = cfw_(1, a), (2, b), (3, c), (4, d)
(b) S2 = cfw_(1, a), (2, a
CS 241
Homework 1
Dr. David Nassimi
Foundations I Due: Week 3, Thurs Feb. 6
Spring 2014
Chapter 1: Sets
1. Let A = cfw_1, 3, 5 and B = cfw_2, 3, 4. Determine each of the following sets.
AB
AB
AB
BA
(A B ) (A B )
(A B ) (B A)
2. Prove the following s
CIS 241, Prof. D. Nassimi
Spring 2006
Lecture Notes on
Divide-and-Conquer Recurrences
The following important class of recurrences often arise in the analysis of algorithms that are based on
Divide-and-Conquer strategy.
T (n) =
a T (n/b) + c n , n > 1
d,