Lab 01 assignment
I. Task 1
1. Find a usable computer.
a. Find a computer with an internet connection ;
b. Determine whether the computer is on or off;
b.i. If off, turn it on and continue to step 2;
b.ii. If on, continue to step 2;
2. Search for the dist
Green Materials SDN 604
Philadelphia University
Herman Miller Eames Side Chair LCA Report
Date
Student Name(s)
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
3
Introduction
5
Project Background
5
Overview of Life Cycle Assessment
5
Goal and Scope Definition
6
Data S
Green Materials SDN 604
Philadelphia University
Clay Brick Un-insulated Walls LCA Report
Date
Student Name(s)
Contents
Executive Summary.3
Introduction.3
Overview of Life Cycle Assessment.5
Goal and Scope Definition.5
Goal of the Study.5
Functional Unit.6
NOW Reconcile is not sucessful and Account Add is sucessful but in oracle no row is added.
MApping:
Code:
/ Stored procedure call
command = "cfw_call master.dbo.ADD_USER(?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?)";
try cfw_
cstmt = con.prepareCall(command);
/ Assign IN param
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Transforming a MATLAB Program
into a GUI Tool
10.1
Creating a GUI tool step by step
10.2
Further GUI design considerations
CHAPTER
10
Lets suppose we have developed a model for a system we want to study. The system
IT1005 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab #1: Expressions and Functions
(Week 3: 22 26 August 2016)
The objectives of this lab are as follows:
1. Learn how to use the MathWorks MATLAB software.
2. Learn how to write functions in MATLAB and store
IT1005 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab #6: Solving Linear Algebraic Equations
(Week 8: 3 7 October 2016)
Due: 8am, 7 October 2016
Learning objectives:
1. Perform steady-state mass balance technique to model a chemical process as a linear
algeb
IT1005 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab #2: Selection and Repetition Control Structures
(Week 4: 29 August 2 September 2016)
The objectives of this lab are as follows:
Using the selection (if-else) and repetition (while) control structures to s
IT1005 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab #4: Problem Solving with Vectors and Matrices
(Week 6: 12 16 September 2016)
The objectives of this lab are as follows:
Using vectors and matrices.
Using vectorization.
Using random numbers.
Using sorting
IT1005 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab #5: Revision
(Week 7: 26 30 September 2016)
Remember to submit lab #4 question 5 along with questions in lab #5.
You are to do all questions on your own.
You will also be given a question to complete on t
IT1005
Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lecture #0
Course Admin
AY2016/17 Semester 1
Objectives
To gain a firm understanding and appreciation of the
fundamentals of programming, algorithmic problem
solving, coding and debugging.
To be able to app
From book :
Required Texts: David Shi and George Tindall, America: The Essential
Learning Edition Volume 1. (Norton, 2015). Hereinafter referred to as
T for textbook.
Name the characteristics of the Old South. Did a high proportion of native-born
American
CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS
Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education
MARK SCHEME for the May/June 2015 series
0607 CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL MATHEMATICS
0607/62
Paper 6 (Extended), maximum raw mark 40
This mark scheme is p
Cambridge International Examinations
Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education
* 5 6 5 0 4 7 5 9 6 2 *
CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL MATHEMATICS
0607/43
May/June 2015
Paper 4 (Extended)
2 hours 15 minutes
Candidates answer on the Questi
Q21
UDF
function out = f(x)
e0 = 8.85*10^(-12); % C2/(Nm2)
q = 2*10^(-5); % C
Q = q; % C
a = 0.9; % m
% use the - sign because you want max
out = -(1/4*pi*e0)*(q*Q*x)/(x^2+a^2)^(3/2);
end
In the command prompt,
max_dist = fminsearch(@f,0.9)
Q22
UDF
functi
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NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE
SCHOOL OF COMPUTING
EXAMINATION FOR
Semester 1 AV2009/2010
Inoos -Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Time Allowed: 2 Hours
Dec 2009
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES:
1. This examination paper contains FIFTEEN (15) qu
IT1005 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab #8: Data fitting and numerical differentiation and integration
(Week 11: 24 28 October 2016)
Due: 9am, 28 October 2016
Group Number:
Full Name:
Matric #:
1. [20 marks]
(a) [6 marks] Fill in the table belo
TC1005 MATLAB Programming for Chemical Engineers
Lecture 3: User-defined functions
and flow control
Learning objectives:
After completion of this class, you will be able to:
Define a function on your own
Describe three main flow structure and program them
TC1005 MATLAB Programming for Chemical Engineers
TC1005:
MATLAB Programming
for Chemical Engineers
Semester 1, AY16/17
Instructor: Dr. LONG, Yun ()
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
1
TC1005 MATLAB Programming for Chemical Engineers
Lect
TC1005 MATLAB Programming for Chemical Engineers
Lecture 5: Solving non-linear equations
Learning objectives:
After completion of this class, you will be able to:
Use complex flowsheet to solve problems
Describe two algorithms of solving non-linear equati
TC1005 MATLAB Programming for Chemical Engineers
Lecture 2: Plot and Matrices
Learning objectives:
After completion of this class, you will be able to:
Plot the data with different line specifications
Add the axis labels and title to the graphs
Create vec
TC1005 MATLAB Programming for Chemical Engineers
Lecture 4: Flow control and solving
linear algebraic equations
Learning objectives:
After completion of this class, you will be able to:
Use more complex flowsheet to solve problems
Describe two algorithms
IT1005 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB
Lab #3: Vectors and Matrices
(Week 5: 5 9 September 2016)
The objectives of this lab are as follows:
Using vectors and matrices.
Using for construct in loops.
Using vectorization.
You are going to write funct