Question 1: The WTO provides a framework for member
governments to:
a)agreeonglobalrulesapplicabletotheirinternationaltraderelations
b)meetregularlyandconsiderinformationprovidedbythemembers
totheWTO
c)revieweachmember'straderelatedpoliciesandpractices
Self-Sufficiency
The ability to provide for all your basic needs (food, clothing,
shelter, and water) without relying on anyone else
A country is self-sufficient if it provides everything its population
need to survive without having to trade with other
Supply Side Solutions & Unemployment
Most economists stress how fiscal and monetary policies influence the
economy through shifts in aggregate demand, this follows from their view
that any effects on aggregate supply are minor.
However, some economists su
AR S D I G I TAVN I VE R S I TY
Month 8: Theory of Computation
Problem Set 5 Solutions - Mike Allen
Name that Language
cfw_DCFL. cfw_0 1 0 1 | n+m = p+q and n,m,p,q > 0 cfw_DCFL. cfw_0n1m0m1n | n,m > 0 cfw_regular . cfw_0n1m0p1q | n,m,p,q > 0 CFL. The set
AR S D I G I TAVN I VE R S I TY
Month 8: Theory of Computation
Problem Set 5 Solutions - Mike Allen
Name that Language
cfw_DCFL. cfw_0 1 0 1 | n+m = p+q and n,m,p,q > 0 cfw_DCFL. cfw_0n1m0m1n | n,m > 0 cfw_regular . cfw_0n1m0p1q | n,m,p,q > 0 CFL. The set
AR S D I G I TAVN I VE R S I TY
Month 8: Theory of Computation
Problem Set 3 Solutions - Mike Allen
NPDAs
Construct non-deterministic pushdown automata to accept the following .languages cfw_1n0n | n>0 .a
.1
cfw_0n12n | n>=0
.b
cfw_1n0n | n>0 U cfw_0n12n
AR S D I G I TAVN I VE R S I TY
Month 8: Theory of Computation
Problem Set 3 Solutions - Mike Allen
NPDAs
Construct non-deterministic pushdown automata to accept the following .languages cfw_1n0n | n>0 .a
.1
cfw_0n12n | n>=0
.b
cfw_1n0n | n>0 U cfw_0n12n
AR S D I G I TAVN I VE R S I TY
Month 8: Theory of Computation
Problem Set 1 Solutions - Mike Allen and Dimitri Kountourogiannis
DFAs
.All strings that contain exactly 4 0s .a
.1
.All strings ending in 1101
.b
.All strings containing exactly 4 0s and at l
:Scientific management Scientific management, also called Taylorism, was a theory of management that analyzed and synthesized workflows. Its main objective was improving economic efficiency, especially labor productivity. It was one of the earliest attemp
AR S D I G I TAVN I VE R S I TY
Month 8: Theory of Computation
Problem Set 2 - Prof. Shai Simonson
Minimizing FSM's
Consider the Finite Automaton below. Construct the smallest Deterministic Finite Automaton which accepts the same language. Finally, draw a
AR S D I G I TAVN I VE R S I TY
Month 8: Theory of Computation
Problem Set 1 - Prof. Shai Simonson
DFAs
Draw Deterministic Finite Automata to accept the following sets of strings over :cfw_the alphabet cfw_0,1 .All strings that contain exactly 4 "0"s ."Al
ArsDigita University Month 8: Theory of Computation Professor Shai Simonson Problem Set 5
1.
Short Answers: Name that Language
For each of the languages below, indicate the smallest complexity class that contains it. (i.e. Regular, Deterministic Context F
ArsDigita University Month 8: Theory of Computation Professor Shai Simonson Assignment 4 1. Context Free or Not Determine and prove whether each of the following languages is Context Free or not. a. b. c. d. cfw_1 0 1 0 1 0 | i,j,k > 0. cfw_w#x | w is a s
ArsDigita University Month 8: Theory of Computation Professor Shai Simonson Problem Set 3 1. Construct non-deterministic pushdown automata to accept the following languages. Please comment and explain your machines. a. b. c. d. cfw_1 0 | n > 0 n 2n cfw_0
OS lab Experiments (Advanced) 1. Simulate the following CPU Scheduling Algorithms
a) b) c) d)
FCFS SJF Priority Round Robin
2. Simulate MVT and MFT 3. Simulate Bankers algorithm for Deadlock
Avoidance Simulate Bankers Algorithm for deadlock Prevention 5.
The Open Systems School
The name of writer: Ludwig Von Bertalanffy, a celebrated biologist, had introduced the notion of an "open System" as part of his General Systems Theory to analyze the relationship of organisms to their environment. His idea was bor
KING SAUD UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
CSC 227: Operating Systems Mid Term 2 Exam Date: Aug. 22, 2009 Student Name: . ID#: .
This examination is close notes and close book.
Summer 2009 Time: 14:30 16:
KING SAUD UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
CSC 227: Operating Systems Mid Term 1 Exam Summer 2009 Date: Aug. 3, 2009 Time: 2:30 4:00 pm Student Name: . ID#: . Section#: . QUESTION 1 1. [1 mark] Give one e
KING SAUD UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
CSC 227: Operating Systems Mid Term 1 Exam Fall 2008/2009 Date: Nov. 26, 2008 Time: 19:00 20:30 Student Name: . ID#: . Section#: . QUESTION 1 1. [1 mark] Give on
System L
Axioms:
Axiom 1: A > (B > A) Axiom 2: (A > (B >C) > (A > B) > (A > C) Axiom 3: (B > A) > (B > A) > B)
Modus Ponens:
If A > B
A. Therefore, B
Theorems:
Theorem L 1. L A > A Theorem L 2. L (B > B) > B
Theorem L 3. A > (B > C), A > B L A > C Theorem
Operating Systems CSC 227 Fall 2011/2012
Wednesday- November 16, 2011 Homework 3 Points: 35 Due: Wednesday: November 23, 20112:00 pm.
1. What are the main advantages of using microkernel approach to system design? (4.0 points) 2. How do user programs and
Homework Review = 15 To Be completed as soon as possible
1. Review - what we mean by the term organization. 2. Review - what is an organization. 3. Review - what are the three common characteristics of an organization. 4. Review - The purpose of Leadershi
KING SAUD UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCES COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
CSC 227: Operating Systems Final Exam Fall 2008/2009 Date: Feb. 2, 2009 Time: 1:00 3:30 pm Student Name: . ID#: . Section#: .
This examination is close notes and
Dynamic programming design involves 4 major steps: 1. Develop a mathematical notation that can express any solution and subsolution for the problem at hand. 2. Prove that the Principle of Optimality holds. 3. Develop a recurrence relation that relates a s
Operating Systems CSC 227 Fall 2011/2012
Sunday: December 11, 2011 Homework 5 Points: 35
Due: Monday: December 19, 2011- 2:00 pm.
1. [4.0 points] Explain the role that context switching overheads have in designing an optimal scheduling algorithm? 2. [4.0
Operating Systems CSC 227 Fall 2011/2012
Friday October 14, 2011 Homework 2 (Sample Solution) Points: 20 Due: Tuesday: October 18, 2011- 2:00 pm.
1. List three examples of system calls related to device management? Answer: request/release device - Get/set
Operating Systems CSC 227 Fall 2011/2012
Friday October 14, 2011 Homework 2 Points: 20 Due: Tuesday: October 18, 2011- 2:00 pm.
1. List three examples of system calls related to device management? (2.0 points) 2. List three examples of system calls relate
Operating Systems
Sunday October 3, 2011
CSC 227
Homework 1 (Sample Solution)
Fall 2011/2012
Points: 30
Due: Saturday: October 9, 2011
1. Explain how operating system can be viewed as an extension of the computer hardware?
(1.5
points)
Answer:
As an exten