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.STACK 100H
.DATA
N DW ?
.CODE
MAIN PROC
MOV AX, @DATA
MOV DS, AX
MOV AL, 0
INPUT:
MOV AH, 1
INT 21H
CMP AL, 0DH ;CHECK FOR ENTER
JE PROCESSING
AND AL, 0FH ;ASCII TO INT
MOV AH, 0
MOV
SAL
SAL
ADD
BX, N ;MULTIPLY N
N, 3
BX, 1
N, BX
ADD N, AX
J
Common Instructions for Solving all problems
No Input size will be greater than 16 bit.
No Output size will be greater than 16 bit.
No Time limit restraint.
Just focus on the main basic Problem. Presentation is not a concern.
Any instruction that was not
Peter has n cigarettes. He smokes them one by one keeping all the butts. Out of k > 1 butts he can
roll a new cigarette.
How many cigarettes can Peter have?
Input
Input is a sequence of lines. Each line contains two integer numbers giving the values of n
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The collision theory
As we noted earlier, the rate of reaction depends on temperature. This shows
up in
the rate law through the rate constant, which is found to vary with
temperature. In
most cases, the rate increases with temperature.
Why the rate const
Bitwise Operations in C
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Winter 2016
Assignment 3
due Friday, January 29, 2016
1. exercise 5, p 190. Let the locations of the houses be c1 , c2 , . . . , cn . Describe carefully your
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2. exe
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P ROBLEM 1 ( EX . 5)
The locations of the houses are given by c 1 , c 2 , ., c n . Starting from the western endpoint of the segment going east we stop when theres a house c h that has exactly four miles o
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Winter 2016
Assignment 4
due Monday, February 8, 2016
1. Given n pairs (x0 , y0 ), (x1 , y1 ), . . . (xn1 , yn1 ) we want to nd a polynomial A(x) such that,
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Packet Switching
ECE 330 - Telecommunications Switching
Lecture Objectives
Discuss the characteristics of packet switching
M A Matin, 2007
1
Packet-switching Principles (1)
Address inadequacies in circuit switching for data
transmission
connection is i
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KL3163DigitalCommunication
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Jan 25, 2008
PassbandDigitalModulation
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Passband Digital Modulation
ASK, PSK, and FSK Modulation
ASK and PSK Detection
Noise Immunity
Noise in ASK/
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Problems such as capacity limits, propagation
effects, synchronization occur with wireless
systems
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Course teacher: Dr. M. A Matin
Jan 3, 2008
Course Learning Outcomes
Course Learning Outcomes
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Ability to identify modulations and access techniques in
communication applications.
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