By Bernoullis Theorem we know:
1 2
1 2
Pa + v a=P b+ v b
2
2
1
PaPb = P ( v 2b v 2a )
2
[1]
PaPb =h ( hg ) g
[2]
We also know that
Then subbing in [1] into [2]:
1
P ( v 2b v 2a ) =h ( hg ) g
2
[3]
We
CSC190H1: Computer Algorithms and Data Structures
Winter 2014
Division of Engineering Science
Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering
University of Toronto St. George
Semester: Winter 2014
CSC190H1 C
CSC190: Computer Algorithms and Data Structures
Lab 4
Assigned: Feb 7, 2016; Due: Feb 22, 2016 @ 10:00 a.m.
1
Objectives
In this lab, basic concepts behind object-oriented programming (OOP) are introd
CSC190: Computer Algorithms and Data Structures
Lab 2
Assigned: Jan 18, 2016; Due: Jan 25, 2016 @ 10:00 a.m.
1
Objectives
The main goal of this lab is to showcase how powerful pointers can be and the
CSC190: Computer Algorithms and Data Structures
Assignment 1
Assigned: Jan 13, 2016; Due: Feb 7, 2016 @ 10:00 p.m.
1
Objectives
Engineering computations typically involve many instances requiring vari
CSC190: Computer Algorithms and Data Structures
Lab 6
Assigned: Mar 7, 2016; Due: Mar 11, 2016 @ 10:00 a.m.
1
Objectives
The purpose of this lab is to use queue and heap ADTs to build a priority queue
CSC190: Computer Algorithms and Data Structures
Assignment 2
Assigned: Feb 11, 2016; Due: Mar 14, 2016 @ 10:00 a.m.
1
Objectives
The queue data structure can be used for modelling and simulating many
CSC190: Computer Algorithms and Data Structures
Lab 5
Assigned: Feb 21, 2016; Due: Feb 29, 2016 @ 10:00 a.m.
1
Objectives
In the first part of this lab, you will implement general operations for a spe
CSC190: Computer Algorithms and Data Structures
Assignment 3
Assigned: Mar 20, 2016; Due: Apr 8, 2016 @ 10:00 a.m.
1
Objectives
In this assignment, you will implement an algorithm that computes the ma
CSC190H1: Computer Algorithms and Data Structures
Winter 2014
Division of Engineering Science
Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering
University of Toronto St. George
Semester: Winter 2014
CSC190H1 C
CSC190H1: Computer Algorithms and Data Structures
Winter 2014
Division of Engineering Science
Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering
University of Toronto St. George
Semester: Winter 2014
CSC190H1 C
CSC190H1: Computer Algorithms and Data Structures
Winter 2014
Division of Engineering Science
Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering
University of Toronto St. George
Semester: Winter 2014
CSC190H1 C
Lecture 2: Learning Objectives
What are the 9 fundamental properties of cells?
1. Cells are highly complex and organized
2. Cells possess a genetic program and means to use it
3. Cells are capable of
Laplace transforms:
e st f (x)dt
(x)=
0
L cfw_f
s
( 2+b 2)
b
L cfw_ sinbt ( s )=
1
sa
b
L= cfw_ sinbt ( s )= 2 2
s +b
L cfw_ e at ( s )=
for s > 0
for s > 0
Definition
A function f(t) is called
Florence Chan
Winter 2015
Review Questions
Question 1.
[12 marks]
Sub-questions are based on the following code snippet:
int i=1;
int *p;
int *q;
Assume that the following assignments follow immediate
Basic data types:
- 3 main types: integer, floats, char
- Further classified based on needs and resource constraints
- processing (e.g. 64 bit machine etc.)
- storage
- signed (positive/negative), or
CSC190: Computer Algorithms and Data
Structures
Queues
Instructor: Pirathayini Srikantha
University of Toronto
February 10, 2015
Readings/References
Standish (7.3, 7.8, 7.9)
Table of Contents
1 Intro
CSC190: Computer Algorithms and Data
Structures
Structures
Instructor: Pirathayini Srikantha
University of Toronto
January 30, 2015
Readings/References
King (16.1, 16.2, 16.3) Schildt (7)
Table of Co
CSC190: Computer Algorithms and Data
Structures
Dynamic Memory Allocation
Instructor: Pirathayini Srikantha
University of Toronto
January 13, 2015
Readings/References
Dynamic Memory Allocation: King
CSC190H1: Computer Algorithms and Data Structures
Winter 2014
Division of Engineering Science
Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering
University of Toronto St. George
Semester: Winter 2014
CSC190H1 C
CSC190: Computer Algorithms and Data Structures
Lab 1
Assigned: Jan 11, 2015; Due: Jan 18, 2015 @ 10:00 a.m.
1
Objectives
Fundamental nuances of the programming language C that include selection state
CSC190: Computer Algorithms and Data Structures
Lab 7
Assigned: Mar 14, 2016; Due: Mar 21, 2016 @ 10:00 a.m.
1
Objectives
In this lab, you will explore using available interface functions of a linear
Winter 2016 Syllabus
Computer Algorithms and Data Structures
CSC190HS
Division of Engineering Science
University of Toronto
Instructor
Pirathayini Srikantha
Email: [email protected]
CSC190 COMPUTER ALGORITHMS AND DATA STRUCTURES 20141
CSC190 Syllabus!
1. Course Instructors!
Name
Jason Foster
Olivier St-Cyr
Email
[email protected][email protected]
Office Hours First co
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
FINAL EXAMINATION, APRIL 2015
CSC 190 H1S COMPUTER ALGORITHMS AND DATA STRUCTURES
Exam Type: C NO calculator allowed
Examiner(s): Pirat
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Midterm Test #1 Solutions
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scheme and comments for each question. Please read the
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Midterm Test #2 Solutions
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Test #1 Solutions
Winter 2015
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carefully. Make sure that you understand why the solutions g
Winter 2015
Question 1.
[26 marks]
The following are multiple choice questions. For each question, please circle an option that is correct. Note
that if you circle an option that is not correct, you w
CSC 190 H1S
Test #1 Marking Scheme
Winter 2016
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