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School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
Lab 1: Hello World 1: Log-in screenshot 2: Connected Screenshots CSE 581 2/7/14
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 8: Data Manipulation Purpose: Work with tables Fill the tables with data, extract the data. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: 1. Insert the following data i
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 7: Tables Purpose: Work with tables create a number of tables. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: 1. Create the following tables (provide a screenshot of scr
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 6: Selects with DataTypes Purpose: Do SQL selections. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: Do this lab against the Northwind database. For each of the tasks, p
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 4: Basic Selects Purpose: Do the basic SQL selections. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: Do this lab against the Northwind database. For each of the tasks,
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 5: In Class - System Functions Exercise Purpose: Do SQL selections. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: Do this lab against the Northwind database. For each o
School: Syracuse
Course: Assembly Language
Assembly Language Fundamentals Chapter Overview Basic Elements of Assembly Language Example: Adding and Subtracting Integers Assembling, Linking, and Running Programs Defining Data Symbolic Constants Real-Address Mode Programming 2 Basic Ele
School: Syracuse
Course: Assembly Language
Assembly Language for Intel-Based Computers, 5th Edition Kip Irvine Chapter 1: Basic Concepts Chapter Overview Welcome to Assembly Language Virtual Machine Concept Data Representation Boolean Operations Web site Examples 2 Questions to Ask
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
1. (True/False) Circle T or F on answer sheet. 2 pts each. a) T F b) T F c) T F d) T F e) T F (x + y) . z')' = (x' . y') + z x . (X' + y) = y + x . y x + x.y'.z = x + x Given F(x,y) = x' . y' + x . y' then F'(x,y) = x'.y+ x.y' (A' + B) . A = A' 2. (
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE261 Basic Sequential Circuits 1. Example: Design a counter that counts as follows: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 5, 6, . Load 0101 (5) after Count is 15. 2. Exercise: Design a counter that counts as follows: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE 261 Sequential Logic Circuit Analysis Detailed Analysis of State Machines 1. Find flip-flop input excitation equations, D = f1 (state, inputs) 2. Substitute excitation equations into flip-flop characteristic equations, giving transition equati
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE261 2-bit up-down counter (2 inputs) direction: D = 0 for up, D = 1 for down count: C = 0 for hold, C = 1 for count ` FSM C=0 D=X C=1 D=0 C=0 D=X 0 C=1 D=0 C=1 D=1 1 C=1 D=0 0 C=0 D=X C=1 D=0 1 C=0 D=X S1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE 261 E1 Exercises Binary Number Systems, EDCs and ECCs 1. T F 2. T F 3. T F 4. T F (x + y) . z')' = (x' . y') + z x . (x' + y) = y + x . y x + x.y'.z = x + x (A' + B) . A = A' 5. (29)10 = (_)2 6. (29)10 = (_) in BCD 7. (-29)10 = (_)2 in two's c
School: Syracuse
Course: Computer Architecture
CSE 381 Spring 2009 Solutions to HW#4 Dated: 4/19/09
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
Lab 1: Hello World 1: Log-in screenshot 2: Connected Screenshots CSE 581 2/7/14
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 8: Data Manipulation Purpose: Work with tables Fill the tables with data, extract the data. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: 1. Insert the following data i
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 7: Tables Purpose: Work with tables create a number of tables. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: 1. Create the following tables (provide a screenshot of scr
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 6: Selects with DataTypes Purpose: Do SQL selections. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: Do this lab against the Northwind database. For each of the tasks, p
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 4: Basic Selects Purpose: Do the basic SQL selections. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: Do this lab against the Northwind database. For each of the tasks,
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 5: In Class - System Functions Exercise Purpose: Do SQL selections. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: Do this lab against the Northwind database. For each o
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
Lab 1: Hello World 1: Log-in screenshot 2: Connected Screenshots CSE 581 2/7/14
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 8: Data Manipulation Purpose: Work with tables Fill the tables with data, extract the data. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: 1. Insert the following data i
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 7: Tables Purpose: Work with tables create a number of tables. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: 1. Create the following tables (provide a screenshot of scr
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 6: Selects with DataTypes Purpose: Do SQL selections. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: Do this lab against the Northwind database. For each of the tasks, p
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 4: Basic Selects Purpose: Do the basic SQL selections. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: Do this lab against the Northwind database. For each of the tasks,
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 5: In Class - System Functions Exercise Purpose: Do SQL selections. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: Do this lab against the Northwind database. For each o
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 9: Selects with Joins Purpose: Do SQL selections. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: Do this lab against the Northwind database. For each of the tasks, pleas
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 13: Error Handling Purpose: Write an SP with an error handler. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: 1. Create a stored procedure: The SP should accept 2 parame
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 11: Stored Procedures Purpose: Create two stored procedures. Execute them. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: 1. Create a stored procedure. Input for the sto
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 16: Performance tuning with Indexes. Purpose: See how an index can make a difference. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: 1. Create the following table: CREAT
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 12: Functions Purpose: Create a function and execute it. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: 1. Create a function that will accept CourseId and Numerical Grad
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 10: Views Purpose: Work with views create two of them, extract the data. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: 1. Create a view that will display all of the fol
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Introduction to DBMS Summary notes on Chapter 6: Database design and the E-R Model The focus of this chapter is on the entity-relationship data model (ER model) for conceptual design of database. This model identifies the entries in an enviro
School: Syracuse
Course: Software Modeling & Analysis
CSE681 - SW Modeling Anal Projects Submitted As of Dec 3rd Name Agarwal, Shubham Agrawal, Akshay Alden, Kevin Alurkar, Mugdha Arthanathan, Thinagaran Atallah, Gabriel Banerjee, Abhishek Bataineh, Sofaa Bolazar, Kanat Bhalode, Swapnil Chen, Zhenhua
School: Syracuse
Course: Computer Architecture
CSE 381 Spring 2009 Solutions to HW#4 Dated: 4/19/09
School: Syracuse
Course: Object-oriented Design
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School: Syracuse
Course: Digitial Logic Design
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School: Syracuse
Course: Assembly Language
Assembly Language Fundamentals Chapter Overview Basic Elements of Assembly Language Example: Adding and Subtracting Integers Assembling, Linking, and Running Programs Defining Data Symbolic Constants Real-Address Mode Programming 2 Basic Ele
School: Syracuse
Course: Assembly Language
CSE 281/CIS 341 Chapter 2: IA-32 Processor Architecture Chapter Overview General Concepts IA-32 Processor Architecture IA-32 Memory Management Components of an IA-32 Microcomputer Input-Output System 2 General Concepts Basic microcompute
School: Syracuse
Course: Assembly Language
Assembly Language for Intel-Based Computers, 5th Edition Kip Irvine Chapter 1: Basic Concepts Chapter Overview Welcome to Assembly Language Virtual Machine Concept Data Representation Boolean Operations Web site Examples 2 Questions to Ask
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE261 Digital Logic Design Spring 2008 Exam 1 Date: Monday, March 3, 2008 Date: Monday, Homework Assignments: HW1-HW6 Assignments: HW1Closed book and notes Calculators not needed nor allowed Multiple types of questions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Exam 1
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE261 April 2008 State Diagram Design state table covers all input combinations and states Synchronous Design with State Machines state diagram has arcs with input combinations or transition equations More Often No graphical than state table
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE261 Spring 2008 Boolean (`switching') algebra (` switching' Combinational Logic Design Principles Boolean Boolean values: 0, 1 values: Positive-logic convention: analog voltages LOW, HIGH Positiveconvention: Signal values: denoted by variables
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE261 Spring 2008 Objectives: To learn about the variety of ways in which a logic function can be represented how to analyze combinational logic circuits how to realize logic functions using available gates how to transform a word description int
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE 261 April 2008 A Generic Digital Processor Building Blocks for Digital Architectures RAM, ROM, Buffers, Shift registers Sequential Logic Design Principles INPUT - OUTPUT MEMORY CPU CONTROL DATAPATH Finite state machine: PLA, Counters, . S
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
1. (True/False) Circle T or F on answer sheet. 2 pts each. a) T F b) T F c) T F d) T F e) T F (x + y) . z')' = (x' . y') + z x . (X' + y) = y + x . y x + x.y'.z = x + x Given F(x,y) = x' . y' + x . y' then F'(x,y) = x'.y+ x.y' (A' + B) . A = A' 2. (
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
Designing Simple Logic Circuits Combinational Logic Circuit output is a function only of the current inputs. Inputs: signals, or variables Circuit: expressions, which are variables related by Boolean expressions Boolean Axioms Boolean logic is defin
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE261 Spring 2008 Positional Number System Number Systems And Codes Positional Positional Binary General form of a number: Most significant digit (MSB) Least significant digit (LSB) number systems number system conversions dp-1dp-2..d0.d-1d-2
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE261 Basic Sequential Circuits 1. Example: Design a counter that counts as follows: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 5, 6, . Load 0101 (5) after Count is 15. 2. Exercise: Design a counter that counts as follows: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE261 Spring 2008 Encoders vs. Decoders 1. 2. 3. 4. Encoders Three-state Outputs ThreeMultiplexers XOR gates Decoder Encoder Inverse function of a Decoder. Outputs are less than inputs. output code input code ENCODER Converts input code word
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE261 Spring 2008 Combinational Logic Design Practices 1. 2. 3. Documentation Standards Block diagrams first Documentation Standards Programmable Logic Devices Combinational Logic Design Structures Decoders and Encoders Three-State Buffers Thr
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE 261 Spring 2008 A Generic Digital Processor Building Blocks for Digital Architectures RAM, ROM, Buffers, Shift registers Bit-Sliced Design BitControl INPUT - OUTPUT MEMORY CPU Bit 3 Multiplexer Register Shifter Adder CONTROL DATAPATH F
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE 261 Sequential Logic Circuit Analysis Detailed Analysis of State Machines 1. Find flip-flop input excitation equations, D = f1 (state, inputs) 2. Substitute excitation equations into flip-flop characteristic equations, giving transition equati
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE261 April 2008 Sequential Logic Design Practices Synchronous System - Detailed Timing tffpd D Q tcomb Combinational Logic tsetup & thold D Q Synchronous System Timing Latches, Flip-flops, and Registers Counters Shift Registers CLK tffpd
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE261 2-bit up-down counter (2 inputs) direction: D = 0 for up, D = 1 for down count: C = 0 for hold, C = 1 for count ` FSM C=0 D=X C=1 D=0 C=0 D=X 0 C=1 D=0 C=1 D=1 1 C=1 D=0 0 C=0 D=X C=1 D=0 1 C=0 D=X S1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE 261 E1 Exercises Binary Number Systems, EDCs and ECCs 1. T F 2. T F 3. T F 4. T F (x + y) . z')' = (x' . y') + z x . (x' + y) = y + x . y x + x.y'.z = x + x (A' + B) . A = A' 5. (29)10 = (_)2 6. (29)10 = (_) in BCD 7. (-29)10 = (_)2 in two's c
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE261 Digital Logic Design Spring 2008 Exam 2 Review Exam Date: Monday, April 14 2008 Date: Monday, 14, Closed book and notes Blocks Inputs and outputs Data flow paths Bus Block Diagram CSE261 E2 Review 1 Documentation CSE261 E2 Review 2 PLA
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE261 Digital Logic Design Spring 2008 Exam 1 Date: Monday, March 3, 2008 Date: Monday, Homework Assignments: HW1-HW6 Assignments: HW1Closed book and notes Calculators not needed nor allowed Multiple types of questions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Exam 1
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE261 Digital Logic Design Spring 2008 Exam 2 Review Exam Date: Monday, April 14 2008 Date: Monday, 14, Closed book and notes Blocks Inputs and outputs Data flow paths Bus Block Diagram CSE261 E2 Review 1 Documentation CSE261 E2 Review 2 PLA
School: Syracuse
Course: Assembly Language
Assembly Language Fundamentals Chapter Overview Basic Elements of Assembly Language Example: Adding and Subtracting Integers Assembling, Linking, and Running Programs Defining Data Symbolic Constants Real-Address Mode Programming 2 Basic Ele
School: Syracuse
Course: Assembly Language
Assembly Language for Intel-Based Computers, 5th Edition Kip Irvine Chapter 1: Basic Concepts Chapter Overview Welcome to Assembly Language Virtual Machine Concept Data Representation Boolean Operations Web site Examples 2 Questions to Ask
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
1. (True/False) Circle T or F on answer sheet. 2 pts each. a) T F b) T F c) T F d) T F e) T F (x + y) . z')' = (x' . y') + z x . (X' + y) = y + x . y x + x.y'.z = x + x Given F(x,y) = x' . y' + x . y' then F'(x,y) = x'.y+ x.y' (A' + B) . A = A' 2. (
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE261 Basic Sequential Circuits 1. Example: Design a counter that counts as follows: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 5, 6, . Load 0101 (5) after Count is 15. 2. Exercise: Design a counter that counts as follows: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE 261 Sequential Logic Circuit Analysis Detailed Analysis of State Machines 1. Find flip-flop input excitation equations, D = f1 (state, inputs) 2. Substitute excitation equations into flip-flop characteristic equations, giving transition equati
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE261 2-bit up-down counter (2 inputs) direction: D = 0 for up, D = 1 for down count: C = 0 for hold, C = 1 for count ` FSM C=0 D=X C=1 D=0 C=0 D=X 0 C=1 D=0 C=1 D=1 1 C=1 D=0 0 C=0 D=X C=1 D=0 1 C=0 D=X S1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
School: Syracuse
Course: Digital Logic Design
CSE 261 E1 Exercises Binary Number Systems, EDCs and ECCs 1. T F 2. T F 3. T F 4. T F (x + y) . z')' = (x' . y') + z x . (x' + y) = y + x . y x + x.y'.z = x + x (A' + B) . A = A' 5. (29)10 = (_)2 6. (29)10 = (_) in BCD 7. (-29)10 = (_)2 in two's c
School: Syracuse
Course: Computer Architecture
CSE 381 Spring 2009 Solutions to HW#4 Dated: 4/19/09
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
Lab 1: Hello World 1: Log-in screenshot 2: Connected Screenshots CSE 581 2/7/14
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 8: Data Manipulation Purpose: Work with tables Fill the tables with data, extract the data. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: 1. Insert the following data i
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 7: Tables Purpose: Work with tables create a number of tables. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: 1. Create the following tables (provide a screenshot of scr
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 6: Selects with DataTypes Purpose: Do SQL selections. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: Do this lab against the Northwind database. For each of the tasks, p
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 4: Basic Selects Purpose: Do the basic SQL selections. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: Do this lab against the Northwind database. For each of the tasks,
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 5: In Class - System Functions Exercise Purpose: Do SQL selections. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: Do this lab against the Northwind database. For each o
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 9: Selects with Joins Purpose: Do SQL selections. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: Do this lab against the Northwind database. For each of the tasks, pleas
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 13: Error Handling Purpose: Write an SP with an error handler. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: 1. Create a stored procedure: The SP should accept 2 parame
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 11: Stored Procedures Purpose: Create two stored procedures. Execute them. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: 1. Create a stored procedure. Input for the sto
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 16: Performance tuning with Indexes. Purpose: See how an index can make a difference. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: 1. Create the following table: CREAT
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 12: Functions Purpose: Create a function and execute it. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: 1. Create a function that will accept CourseId and Numerical Grad
School: Syracuse
Course: Intro D Base Mngmt Syst
CSE 581 Lab 10: Views Purpose: Work with views create two of them, extract the data. Deliverables: Multiple screenshots, as described through the lab. Scripts that you used to carry out the actions. Steps: 1. Create a view that will display all of the fol