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CMPEN 331
Computer Organization and Design
Spring 2015
Week 2
MIPS Instruction Set
Don Heller, [email protected]
Computer Science and Engineering
Penn State, University Park
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PSU, CMPEN 331, Spring 2015
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CMPEN 331
Computer Organization and Design
Spring 2015
Week 1
Abstractions and Technology
Don Heller, [email protected]
Computer Science and Engineering
Penn State, University Park
PSU, CMPEN 331, Spring 2015
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EGEE 102 Home Activity: Residential Energy Consumption
Energy and Geo-Environmental Engineering
Watts
kW
Hours
a Day
Total
kWh
Watts
Hours
a Day
Total
kWh
Toaster
Bedroom:
Fluorescent Light
Air Conditioner
Clock Radio
kW
Living Room:
Lamp
Lamp
Computer
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Date
Lesson
Week1
1/12
(M)
Class Materials Covered
Overview of the course
Go over syllabus
Selection of textbook version
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Greeting: ni hao (Use & Stru

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CMPSC 360
Fall 2008
Homework 5: PRACTICE EXAM 1
HOMEWORK 5 IS DUE AT THE BEGINNING OF CLASS ON WEDNESDAY 10/1/2008. This is a CLOSED BOOK exam. You are allowed one single sided sheet of notes. NO electronic devices are allowed (no cel

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Instructors: Dr. MAHFUZA FAROOQUE
Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science
Pennsylvania State University
February 11, 2016
Practice Midterm Exam 1
This is a CLOSED BOOK exam. NO electronic devices are allowed (no cell phones,
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CMPSC 360 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science, Fall 2008
Homework 6
Out: 2 Oct. Due: 9 Oct.
Instructions: Write your name, section number and "CMPSC 360" on your assignments. Put your solutions
in the homework box in 342G by 5pm on Thursday.

U.C. Berkeley - CS70: Discrete Mathematics and Probability Lecturers: Umesh Vazirani & Christos H. Papadimitriou
Problem Set 6 Due October 6, 2006 at 4:00pm
Problem Set 6 Solutions
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Homework 1 Solutions
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MasteringPhysics: Assignment Print View
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Due: 11:59pm on Thursday, January 21, 2010
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Assignment - Chapter 1
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Assignment - Chapter 3
Due: 11:59pm on Thursday, January 28, 2010
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Pronunciation Practice
Lesson 1
Listen and identify
Tones
2.1. Listen to the pronunciation of each syllable and complete the spelling by
identifying the tone that is spoken. Be careful to put the tone on the right vowel.
a. yang
yng
d. xue
xu
g. gao
go
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CS 70
Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory
Spring 2015
Vazirani
Note 15
Two Killer Applications: Hashing and Load Balancing
In this lecture we will see that the simple balls-and-bins process can be used to model a surprising range
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Homework Set No. 2
NB! If a problem is not specied to use Matlab, then you should not use Matlab.
Problem 1
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x 0 2
3
4
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Discrete Mathematics for CS
Papadimitriou & Vazirani
Lecture 1
Introduction to Sets
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Level One Chinese A
Lesson 2
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W.H.Du
1
Tongue Twister
s sh ssh sh sh
shs sh shsssh sh ssh
sshs sh sshs.
Four is four, ten is ten,
fourteen is fourteen, forty is forty,
forty-four is forty-four.
W.H.Du
2
Recap: Pinyin Rules
If there is no initial b

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1. (20 points) Logic, Quantiers, Sets
Section:
CMPSC 360 Exam 1, page 1
(a) Translate the following sentence into symbolic logic: At least one of the integers a
and b is prime. Use P (x) to denote x is prime.
Some possible answers include P (a)P (b)

CS 70
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Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory
Vazirani
Note 16
Random Variables: Distribution and Expectation
Example: Coin Flips
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valu

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Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory
Vazirani
Note 12
Counting
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HW Solutions
Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science
September 9, 2015
Fall 2015
1. Write the following an English sentences. Say whether they are true or false. (20 pts.)
(a) y R, y 2 > 0
Answer: For every re