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Data Flow Diagrams (DFDs) are a graphical/representation of systems and systems components. They
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Computer Communications
Lecture 17-18
The Transport Layer
Required Reading: Tanenbaum (chapter 6 and section 5.3)
Transport Service
Two types of service: connectionless and connection-oriented
Implemented by a transport protocol between the two transpor
CSE 322 - Introduction to Formal Methods in Computer Science Chomsky Normal Form
Dave Bacon
Department of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Washington
A useful form for dealing with context free grammars is the Chomksy normal form. This is a p
Solutions for CSE303 Homework 5
1. Construct nondeterministic pushdown automata (npda) that accept the following regular languages.
Note: Observe that all the languages are regular languages, so the solutions are essentially NFAs (or
npdas with inactive s
time management
Figure out the early start and early finish
Coming up with the float for each activity is useful, but you can actually do better!
When you have a long critical path, but the other paths in your network diagram are
short, then you have a lo
CSM213 Computer Graphics
Vincent Zammit, modied by Mike Rizzo and Kurt Debattista
Department of Computer Science and A.I.
University of Malta
February 1995, October 1997, February 2001
Contents
1 Brief Overview of Graphics Systems
1.1 Introduction . . . .
8
TRANSFORMATION GEOMETRY
LESSON
In Grade 11, you studied rotations about the origin through an angle of 90 in a
clockwise or anticlockwise direction. Rotations through an angle of 180 about
the origin were also studied.
In Grade 12 we need to be able to
Question Consider generalizing Cohen-Sutherland clipping algorithm to a clipping window that is not an
upright rectangle. Specically, consider the scenarios where you have a clipping window which is (a) a
convex polygon of sides and (b) a concave polygon
22C:151 Computer Graphics Fall 2007 Final Exam Review
The nal exam will be at 2:154:15 pm on Tuesday December 18 in MLH 221
The exam will be open book & open note. You may bring a calculator, but you should really not need it!
The exam will mostly consist
Final Exam
CS 184: Foundations of Computer Graphics Fall 2006 Prof. James OBrien
page 1 of 11
Student Name:
Student ID:
Instructions: Read them carefully! The exam begins at 5:10pm and ends at 8:00pm. You must turn your exam in when time is announced or r
CSE167, Introduction to Computer Graphics
Final exam, Thursday June 12
Matthias Zwicker
Please include all steps of your derivations in your answers to show your understanding of the
problem. Try not to write more than the recommended amount of text. If y
COP-5725
MIDTERM REVIEW
hapters 1 5, 19
M. Amanda Crick
(Uses slides from Fernando Farfan and Eduardo
J . Ruiz
Chapter 1: Overview of
DBMSs
Co nc e pts :
DBMS
Relational Model
Levels of Abstraction
Data Independence
E xercise 1.1
Pro ble m
Why would you
NPV calculation
Academic Resource Center
1
NPV calculation
PV calculation
a. Constant Annuity
b. Growth Annuity
c. Constant Perpetuity
d. Growth Perpetuity
NPV calculation
a. Cash flow happens at year 0
b. Cash flow happens at year n
2
NPV Calculation b
TCP: Overview
r point-to-point: m one sender, one receiver r reliable, in-order byte
RFCs: 793, 1122, 1323, 2018, 2581 r full duplex data: m bi-directional data flow in same connection m MSS: maximum segment size r connection-oriented: m handshaking (exch
Object Oriented Analysis and Design
07/13/01
Use Case Analysis
When looking at the system as a whole, Use Case Analysis identifies all the major uses of
the system. It is a functional description of the entire system.
Use Cases are the main tasks performe
Three Reflection Examples Class Projects
#1 Collaboration Reflection
As part of MATH 278, Mathematics for Elementary Teachers, we were assigned the task
of creating a group presentation in which we would teach our peers about a chosen math topic.
My group
COM210:
COM210: Computer Networks (CN)
Chapter 3: TCP
TCP
Dr Ahmad Al-Zubi
King Saud University -
Dr Ahmad Al-Zubi
1
TCP: Overview
Point-to-point:
one sender, one receiver
sender one receiver
Reliable, in-order byte steam:
no message boundaries
messag
Transformations
Shape A
rotate 90
clockwise about
(0,0)
Shape B
reflect
in the line
y = -x
Initial assessment task
The collaborative activity
1. Draw the shaded triangle after:
a) it has been translated -7
units horizontally and +1 units
vertically. Label
Transformations and Projections in
Computer Graphics
David Salomon
Transformations
and Projections in
Computer Graphics
Professor David Salomon (emeritus)
Computer Science Department
California State University
Northridge, CA 91330-8281
USA
Email: david.s
Digitally signed by Poshan Raj Basnet
DN: CN = Poshan Raj Basnet
Location: Kathmandu
Date: 2008.05.22 21:53:38 +05'45'
TRIBHUVAN UNIVERSITY
EVEREST COLLEGE
Bachelor of Business Administration
OVERVIEW
OF
STUDENT INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Sunday, April
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME CSE 466/566: Computer Graphics Final Exam: May 5, 2003 Open book and notes
Name:_ Instructions: There are 7 questions on 6 pages. There are 200 points possible. Undergraduates will be
CS 503 Foundations of Computer Science
01/18-03/06 2012 at Cisco
Solutions for the Practice Final Exam
1. Construct the state diagram of a DFA equivalent to the following NFA
(15 points)
b
b
b
q0
q
1
a
a
b
q
2
Solution:
b
b
cfw_q
0
a
b
cfw_q ,q
01
a
0
a