CSCI 1106
Lecture 2
Introduc2on to Game Architecture
Announcements
Lecture this Friday. (Will be on the quiz.)
Labs have started!
Quiz #1 is on Friday, January 15, in class
Be sure to have your CS account ac2vated
Go to the CS Help Desk to ac2vat
PHY 102 Fall 2006
Name & ID#.
For the configuration of capacitors shown, C1 = 15 F, C2 = 10 F, C3
= 20 F, and
V0 = 18 V. Determine (a) the charge stored in each, (b) the voltage
across each, and (c) the energy stored in each capacitor.
Let V1 = voltage ac
Name, ID
Linear Algebra MTH 221 Summer 2011, 14
copyright Ayman Badawi 2011
Final Exam MTH 221 , Summer 2011 at 12:30
Ayman Badawi
QUESTION 1. (Each = 4 points, Total = 76 points) Circle the correct letter.
(i) Given A is 2 2 and A 2R1 + R2 R2 B . Let E
ELE441 Fall 2007 Mid Term Examination 1st November 2007
Department of Electrical Engineering
ELE441
Fall 2007
Mid Term Examination 1st November 2007
This paper is made of 5 questions
ANSWER ALL THE QUESTIONS
Name:
ID:
Question 1
(5 marks)
An outcome of Dr
MTH 101 Fall 2010
Midterm II Review Sheet
1. Use Gauss-Jordan elimination to solve the following system:
3
4
6
3
2
1
Ans: x=-1, y=0, z=1
2
3
3
1
2. Use Gauss-Jordan elimination to solve the following system:
2
5
600
2
0
Ans: x=80, y=40, z=80
200
3. The fi
American University of Sharjah
Instructor: Dr. Michel Pasquier
School of Engineering
Office:
Phone:
E-mail:
Semester:
Computer Science & Engineering Dpt.
P. O. Box 26666
Sharjah, UAE
EB2-213
971-6-515-2883
[email protected]
Fall 2013
CMP 305 DATA STRUCTUR
NAME:
ST lD:
COE 221 Major liB Spring 2014
NO CALCULATORS, NO MOBILES, NO QUESTIONS
I) (10 pts) Convert the following fractional decimal number to fractional binary number:
119.34 (5 bits are enough for the fractional part)
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2) (10 pts) Use 2's
NAME :
ST ID:
CaE 221 / CMP 210 Major lA exam
(10 pts) You are given the following number in Base 4 system . What would be the decimal
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NAME:
ST 10:
COE 221 Major I I A Spring 2014
NO CALCULATORS, NO MOBILES, NO QUESTIONS
1) (10 pts) Convert the following fractional decimal number to fractional binary number:
129.43 (5 bits are enough for the fractional part)
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2) (10 pts) Use 2's
1. (12 points) Consider the function f (x) =
3
x.
a. Find the linear approximation of f (x) at a = 1000.
b. Use the linearization in part (a) to find an approximate value for
3
997.
2. (8 points) Consider the equation x3 = 2 2x.
Use two iterations (that i
R
L
1. For the series RLC circuit shown, the source
voltage frequency f = 50 Hz, R = 150 and
L = 0.75 H. The current in the circuit
V
leads the source voltage by 30o .
a. Sketch a phasor diagram showing the
current and all the voltages in the circuit.
b.
PHY 102 Fall 2004
Midterm 2: Ch 27, 28, 29, 30
1) (10 marks)
For the circuit shown,
a) Determine the magnitude and direction of the
current in the 500 resistor when I = 30 mA.
b
b) Calculate the potential difference Vb Va in two
different ways.
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I2
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1. (12 points) Consider the function f (x) =
3
x.
a. Find the linear approximation of f (x) at a = 1000.
b. Use the linearization in part (a) to find an approximate value for
3
997.
2. (8 points) Consider the equation x3 = 2 2x.
Use two iterations (that i
Ajman
AUSTN
Al-Jurf Campus
College of Engineering
Electrical Engineering department
Course: 216335 Elec. Mach. & Power System
Instructor: Dr. Zulfiqar Ali Memon
Date: Thursday, 25-4-2010, Sem. 2nd 2010/2011
Time Allowed: 55 minutes
Section: Female
Student
MTH203 Review Problems for EXAM#2 Spring 2016
These problems are simply designed to give an overview of the material.
There is no reason to expect that the exam questions will be more closely related
to these problems, than the homework problems or exampl
Problem One
18 Points
Find each of the following derivatives (do not simplify):
(a) y
x 4x 2
x 1x
(b) f ( x) ( x 2 3)( x 4)
8x 2 4
(c) f ( x)
3
1 9x
5
Problem Two
15 Points
Evaluate the following limits:
(a)
lim
(b)
lim
x 0
x
(c)
3
2
2 x 2
x
2x 3
Test1
MTH102 Review Questions
1. Find the indicated derivative and simplify:
(a) f ( x ) 3x 4 2 x 3 1
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
1
x2
f ( x) 2
2x
2
2
f ( x ) ( x 1)( x 3 3)
2x 3
h(t )
( x 1) 2
1
G( x )
3x 2
(f) f ( x ) (2 x 3) 3
(g) f ( x ) 2 x
4
x
(h) y 3 x 3 5
CSCI 1106
Lecture 05
Player Movement
Announcements
Quiz #2 is next Friday, January 29
Quiz #1 solution posted. Please come and talk
to me if you have any grading questions or
concerns.
Todays Topics
Motivation for player movement
Mouse Movement
Ea
CSCI 1106
Lecture 6
Play Testing
Announcements
Lecture 5 is this Friday!
Quiz #2 is next Friday, January 29, in class
Todays Topics
Why playtest?
An overview of playtesting (video)
What is playtesting?
The goals of playtesting
Procedure for playtesting
CSCI 1106
Lecture 10
Buttons, Text, and Lists
Announcements
Quiz #3 is on Friday, February 12, in class
Quiz #2 returned:
Mean 10.5/15 (70%)
Median 10/15 (67%)
Todays Topics
A Random Aside
Buttons
Text
Lists
Buttons
Buttons are sprites that ide
CSCI 1106
Lecture 07
High Level Game Design
Announcements
Quiz #2 is on Friday, January 29, in class
A Brief CorrecIon
Todays Topics
The Game Design Project
High-level game design
Game Mechanics
The Game Story
The Unifying Theme
Your M
CSCI 1106
Lecture 12.5
Introduc4on to Robo4cs
Con4nues
Announcements
Quiz #4 is on Friday, March 4
Game Presenta+ons rescheduled do to unforeseen
events.
Game project due right now!
Games (.sb2 le) to be [email protected] via Moodle
Reports (.pdf le
CSCI 1106
Lecture 11
Game Polish
Announcements
Quiz #3 is on Friday, February 12
Todays Topics
Why polish?
What is polish?
Types of polish
Prioritizing polish
Robotics begins next lecture
Sell Games and Influence People
What makes a game good?
Id
CSCI 1106
Animated Computing
What is Animated Computing?
Question: What is being Animated?
Possible Answers:
People
Pictures, Movies, Games
Machines
Ideas:
Computers can animate people
People can animate computers
We want to do both!
Animated Co
CSCI 1106
Lecture 4
Movement and Collision Detection
Announcements
Quiz #1 is on Friday, January 15, in class
Todays Topics
A brief reminder of the Movie Metaphor
Autonomous sprite movement
Movement beyond the stage
Collision detection
CoReCS Conve
CSCI 1106
Lecture 9
Projec2les
Announcements
Quiz #3 is on Friday, February 12
Todays Topics
Mo2va2on
The projec2le life-cycle
Design
Instan2a2on
Crea2on
Mo2on
Elimina2on
Projec2les
One of the most common interac2on
mechanisms in
CSCI 1106
Lecture 08
Project Management
Announcements
Quiz #2 is on Friday, January 29, 11:30am
And so it begins: The Game Project0
Todays Topics
Motivation
Whats to manage
Scheduling tasks
Gantt charts
Managing risk
How well do You Manage your Ti
MATH 221: LINEAR ALGEBRA
INSTRUCTOR: TIMOTHY MARSHALL
TEST 2, SPRING 2015, May 20 2015: 6pm-7:15pm
TIME PERMITTED: 75 minutes.
NAME/ID:.SOLUTION.
There are 4 multiple choice questions (2.5 points each) and 6 long questions
(10 points each). The whole test
MATH 221, Spring 2010.
Name
ID
1. Solve the following system of equations.
x + 2y + z = 1
2x + 5y + z = 3
yz =1
1
2 1
1 1
AM = M A.
2. Let A =
. Find all matrices of the form M =
2
a b
c d
such that
1
3. Suppose A and B are 3 3 invertible matrices where A