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Compiler Design & Construction
/* CS 6413 : Compiler Design & Construction
Term Project : Part 1
Spring 2015
Instructed By : Dr. R. M. Siegfried
TERM PROJECT : PART 1 :
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SUMITRA KANNAN
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MRUNAL PATEKAR
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/* CS 6413 : Compiler Design & Construction
Spring 2015
Instructed By : Dr. R. M. Siegfried
-TERM PROJECT : PART 1 :
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*
GROUP MEMBERS :*
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(1)
(2)
(3)
N 12952143
N 14789187
N 10423043
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SUMITRA KANNAN
MRUNAL PATEKAR
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AIM OF THE PROJECT :
Write a
COMPUTER NETWORKS
SOCKET PROGRAMMING
LAB ASSIGNMENT : 8
Aim :- Socket Programming Lab Assignment : ICMP Traceroute lab
Theory :In this lab you will learn how to implement a traceroute application using ICMP request
and reply messages. Students are strongl
COMPUTER NETWORKS
LAB ASSIGNMENT : 3
Aim :- TCP V6.0
Theory :Capturing a bulk TCP transfer from your computer to a remote
server .
Ans 1)(With reference to the given trace ) : The IP address used by the
client computer (source) that is transferring the
PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
ASSIGNMENT :- 5
Program 1 :
Aim 1 :- What does the following Scheme function do?
(define (y s lis)
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COMPUTER NETWORKS
SOCKET LAB ASSIGNMENT : 3
Aim :- Web Server :
We will learn the basics of socket programming for TCP connections in
Python, how to create a socket, bind it to a specific address and port, as well
as send and receive a HTTP pack
Application of Diophantine
to Problems in Chemistry
Roger Crocker
Queen Elizabeth College
London University
London England
T h e mathematical method of diophantine equations is shown to apply to two problems in
chemistry. First, in the balancing of chemic
2/12/2015
ConvexHull~Applications
Applications
Theory comes from practices, and applies to them.
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geometry,onwhicharemanyalgorithmsincomputationgeometry
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Efcient algorithms for decoding Reed-Solomon
codes with erasures
Todd Mateer
AbstractIn this paper, we present a new algorithm for
decoding Reed-Solomon codes with both errors and erasures.
The algorithm combines an efcient method for solving the
Key Eq
Cours d'Algorithmique Avance (INFO036), Universit de Lige
6th February 2007
Introduction to
Convex Hull Applications
Cyril Briquet
Department of EE & CS
University of Lige, Belgium
Overview
Convex Hull basic notions
Convex Hull application domains
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MASPECT: A Distributed Opportunistic Channel
Acquisition Mechanism in Dynamic Spectrum
Access Networks
S. Anand, S. Sengupta and R. Chandramouli
of ECE, Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey
Department of Math. & Comp. Sc., John Jay College, City
CS 6033: Design and Analysis of Algorithms I
Class Notes: Geometry
1
Denition of some Geometric Terms
Denition 1.1 A set, S, is called a convex set, if, xi , xj S and [0, 1],
xi + (1 )xj S.
What this means is that in a convex set, if you take any two poin
CS 6033: Design and Analysis of Algorithms I
Class Notes: Some Notes on Mathematical Induction
1
Principle of Mathematical Induction
Consider a set of problems which evolves in discrete steps and you need to prove
that something is true at every step. Mat
CS 6033: Design and Analysis of Algorithms I
Class Notes: Some Graph Theoretic Denitions
1
Basic graph Theoretic Terms
Denition 1.1 A graph G(V, E) is a collection of vertices (or nodes or points),
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Concurrency
Programming for threads
Programmers
indicate a new branch is
needed and the OS creates a TCB for the new
thread.
The programmer then writes the thread as if it
were running as a new process, almost.
Features of accessing common
memory
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Concurrency:
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OperatingSystems:
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January 25 , 2017
Homework 1
th
Wagner Maciel
Mr. Abatiell, Thursday, 12:30PM - 1:45PM
Question 1
Who is Isaiah?
Isaiah was the son of Amoz and a prophet. [1:1] [2:1]
Where is he from?
We assume Isaiah was born in Judah because his prophesies focus on J
Wagner Maciel
Mr. Patrick Joseph Abatiell, Thursdays, 12:30 PM
February 8, 2017
Homework 3
Book of Matthew
1. Who is Jesus?
The messianic king and the son of God. [16:16]
A descendant of David. [1:6-17]
2. What is the importance of his relation to the tra
Wagner Maciel
February 13th, 2017
Mr. Abatiell, Thursday, 12:30PM - 1:45PM
Paper 1
In this essay, I will be going through the moral teachings of the story of Hava deceiving
Yahweh and the story of Judah and Tamar. I have found four concrete moral teaching
Wagner Maciel
Mr. Patrick Joseph Abatiell, Thursdays, 12:30 PM
Nurse: actor 1
February 15, 2017
Homework 4
Two boys: chorus (they never speak)
Tutor: actor 2
Medea: actor 3
Creon: actor 2
(Assuming when it says "Medea stays on stage" [23] that everyone el
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Wagner Maciel
Mr. Abatiell, Thursday, 12:30PM - 1:45PM
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6.
Creation of the Earth and humans [1-4]
The fall of humanity [5-10]
Cain and Abel [11-14]
Noah and the flood [21-28]
The tower of Bavel [29]
Abram and covenant with Yahweh [30-50]
a.