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School: Birla Institute Of Technology And Science
Course: General Mba
PHILIP KOTLER MARKETING MANAGEMENT SUMMARY PREPARED BY SUBHANK RAJGURU PGDM, BIMTECH INDEX Chapter 1 Marketing in the 21st century . 3 Chapter 2 Building Customer Satisfaction Value and Retention. 19 Chapter 3 Winning Markets : Market Oriented Strategic P
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Course: Data Warehousing
Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani WorkIntegrated Learning Programmes Division Second Semester 20102011 Course Handout Course No. Course Title : SS ZG515 : Data Warehousing Course Description Introduction, Evolution of data warehousing; dec
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26.7 Terpenes: The Isoprene Rule Terpenes Terpenes are natural products that are structurally related to isoprene. CH3 H 2C C CH CH2 or Isoprene (2methyl1,3 butadiene) Terpenes Myrcene (isolated from oil of bayberry) is a typical terpene. CH3 CH3C CH2
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Combinational Circuits Find the output of the following circuit x y x+y (x+y)y y _ y 5/10/10 Answer: (x+y)y 11 Combinational Circuits Find the output of the following circuit x y _ x xy y xy _ _ 5/10/10 Answer: xy 22 Combinational Circuits Draw logic cir
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Importance of \0 main( ) cfw_ char name [ ] = John; int i = 0; while ( i <= 3 ) cfw_ main( ) cfw_ char name [ ] = John; int i = 0; while ( name[i] != \0 ) cfw_ printf (%c, name[i] ); i+; printf (%c, name[i] ); i+; Without knowing the length String Input
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Structures and Enumerations Introduction Structure definitions Nested structure Referring and initializing structure elements Passing structures to a function Using typedef Example using structure Enumeration constants Introduction So far we have only use
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Course: General Mba
PHILIP KOTLER MARKETING MANAGEMENT SUMMARY PREPARED BY SUBHANK RAJGURU PGDM, BIMTECH INDEX Chapter 1 Marketing in the 21st century . 3 Chapter 2 Building Customer Satisfaction Value and Retention. 19 Chapter 3 Winning Markets : Market Oriented Strategic P
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26.7 Terpenes: The Isoprene Rule Terpenes Terpenes are natural products that are structurally related to isoprene. CH3 H 2C C CH CH2 or Isoprene (2methyl1,3 butadiene) Terpenes Myrcene (isolated from oil of bayberry) is a typical terpene. CH3 CH3C CH2
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Course: Differential Equations
EIGENVALUEPROBLEM Mar 18, 2015 MATH C241 Prepared by MSR 1 In this lecture we study Boundary value problems for Ordinary Differential equations. These problems arise in Physics when we attempt to solve the problem of heat conduction, vibrating strings etc
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27 1 Chapter 27 MONEY AND MONETARY INSTITUTIONS 27 2 Learning Outcomes Money acts as a medium of exchange, a unit of account, and store of value The existence of money facilities a wider range of transactions than would otherwise be feasible Money ha
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33 1 Chapter 33 INTERNATIONAL TRADE 33 2 Questions in our mind Do imports of goods made with cheap foreign labour destroy jobs at home? Is globalization making the rich richer and the poor poorer? Should our government subsidize our domestic industri
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30 1 ECONOMICS TENTH EDITION LIPSEY & CHRYSTAL Chapter 30 MACROECONOMIC POLICY IN AN OPEN ECONOMY Slides by Alex Stojanovic 30 2 Learning Outcomes Openness of the economy matters, as international factors directly affect real demand, world financial fo
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Course: Administ
EssayStructureVisualGuide This is a simple visual guide to structuring essays. It follows the standard structure of introduction,mainbodyandconclusionwithemphasisonwhateachsectionshouldinclude. Rememberthatyoualsohavetoworkforanappropriatetitleforyouressa
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Back to Combinational Logic Ckt design DECODERS D7 D0 A0 A1 A2 V De Multiplexers A Demultiplexer is a logic circuit that transmit Information on a single line on one of 2n output lines Selection of output line depends on the value of n select lines A Dec
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Course: Heritage
BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE PILANI A Report on State Domestic Product of RAJASTHAN Submitted to : Samik Chaudhary Submitted by : Rohit Gouti Sahil Dumir Vineet Chaudhary Vivek Johari Prachi Agarwal RAJASTHAN : AN OVERVIEW History of Rajastha
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Course: Heritage
Construction Estimates of Gross Domestic Product for construction sector are worked out by following expenditure approach. For estimation purpose, construction sector is divided into public, supraregion, household and residual parts which are as under: Pu
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Sector Agricultur e 200405 2791717 200506 2912790 200607 200708 3519674 4232949 200809 200910 4728233 4556007 Agricultural sector 1.There has been a regular increase in the minimum support price of all the major crops. For example: msp of wheat 2004
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Course: Principles Of Economics For Engineers
BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, PILANI Comprehensive Test [Total No. of Questions: 04] ID No. [Total no. of pages: 02] Course No. : ME F242 Course Name: Internal Combustion Engines  Time Allowed: 3 Hours Weightage: 50 %, Maximum Marks: 50 1)
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Combinational Circuits Find the output of the following circuit x y x+y (x+y)y y _ y 5/10/10 Answer: (x+y)y 11 Combinational Circuits Find the output of the following circuit x y _ x xy y xy _ _ 5/10/10 Answer: xy 22 Combinational Circuits Draw logic cir
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Importance of \0 main( ) cfw_ char name [ ] = John; int i = 0; while ( i <= 3 ) cfw_ main( ) cfw_ char name [ ] = John; int i = 0; while ( name[i] != \0 ) cfw_ printf (%c, name[i] ); i+; printf (%c, name[i] ); i+; Without knowing the length String Input
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Structures and Enumerations Introduction Structure definitions Nested structure Referring and initializing structure elements Passing structures to a function Using typedef Example using structure Enumeration constants Introduction So far we have only use
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Page 1 of 5 Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani Computer ProgrammingI (TA C162) First Semester 20092010 Lab5 (UNIX Advance Commands) Topics: 1. IO Redirection 2. Filters 3. Piping 4. Exercises  1. IO Redirection Every operating system de
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Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani Computer ProgrammingI (TA C162) Second Semester 20082009 Lab4 (UNIX File and Directory commands) Objectives: 1. File creation 2. Copying , Moving and Removing Files 3. File Permissions 4. Exercises  1.
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Linear search Each item in the list is examined in the order in which it occurs in the list until the desired item is found or the end of the list is reached. Algorithm / precondition: N>=1 1. 2. Read a array of N elements named list[0N1] and search elem
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Course: Differential Equations
BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, PILANI I SEMESTER 20052006 MATH C241: MathematicsIII Comprehensive Examination Date: December 02, 2005 hrs. Day: Friday Time: 3 Max. Marks: 120 Note: Answer Part A and Part B on separate answer books and write
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Course: Differential Equations
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Course: Differential Equations
BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, PILANI First Semester 200607 MATH C241 Mathematics III Comprehensive Examination (Closed Book) Part B & C Date: 71206 Max. Marks: 90 Note: (1) The paper consists of two parts: Part B and Part C. (2) Both parts
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Course: Differential Equations
BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, PILANI II SEMESTER 20052006 MATH C241: MathematicsIII Comprehensive Examination Date: May 05, 2006 Day: Friday Time: 3 hrs. Max. Marks: 40 Q1. Find the general solution of the homogeneous linear system: dx dy =
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Course: Differential Equations
SET A BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE, PILANI I Semester 20072008, MATH C 241 MATHEMATICS III QUIZ (Closed Book) Duration: 50 mins MM: 60 Name: Sec No. : Id. No. : Instructors Name: Cutting or overwriting will be treated as not attempted. Write
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Course: Differential Equations
Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani I semester 20072008 Math C241 : Mathematics III Comprehensive Examination (closed book) Date: 03/12/2007 Duration : 3 hours MM : 120 NOTE: 1. Answer Part A and Part B in separate answer books provided. 2
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Course: Differential Equations
BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, PILANI FIRST SEMESTER 20082009 MATH C241 (Mathematics III) ASSIGNMENT 1 Submit on: 6 and 7 Nov., 2008 Max. Marks: 8 Notes: Please submit personally to respective instructor in regular hour only. Section 15 will
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Course: Differential Equations
ReviewofPowerSeries RealAnalyticfunctions Ordinarypointsofa2ndOrder HomogeneousL.D.E. In this lecture we discuss the Power series method of solving a second order homogeneous linear differential equation First we spend some time in reviewing the results a
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Course: Differential Equations
FROBENIUSSERIES SOLUTIONOFASECOND ORDERHOMOGENEOUS LINEARDIFFERENTIAL EQUATION(C0NTINUED) Assume that x = 0 is a regular singular point of the second order homogeneous l.d.e. y +P ( x) y+Q ( x) y =0 Hence p ( x) = xP( x) 2 q ( x) = x Q( x) are both analyt
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Course: Differential Equations
QualitativePropertiesofsolutions ofasecondorderhomogeneous LinearDifferentialequations. Throughout this chapter we shall be looking at the second order homogeneous linear differential equation y +P ( x) y +Q ( x) y =0 .(1) We shall like to say something a
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Course: Administ
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Course: Administ
Hellwich Siebert Stereochemistry Workbook K.H. Hellwich C. D. Siebert Stereochemistry Workbook 191 Problems and Solutions translated by Allan D. Dunn 123 Authors Dr. KarlHeinz Hellwich Dr. Carsten D. Siebert Postfach 100731 63007 Offenbach Germany emai
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Course: Power Electronics
BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, PILANI (ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT) II Semester, Session 201415 Power Electronics Laboratory List of Experiments 1. Familiarization with Power Electronics Laboratory (Power Circuit, Contro
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Course: Power Electronics
Experiment No. 4 Objective: To study and analyze performance of Buck Converter. Description: The average output voltage of buck convertor is given by, Selection of inductor and capacitor The selection of inductot (L) and capacitor (C) designed to achieve
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DESIGN OF CLOCKED SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS DESIGN WITH UNUSED STATES Design the circuit using D Flip Flops Answer: Da=ABx Db=Cx+A+BCx Dc=ABx+Cx+Ax Y=Ax The circuit is self correcting STATE REDUCTION STATE TABLE Present state a b c d e f g Next State X=0 a c a
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LIST OF TEXT BOOKS FIRST YEAR (I & II Semester) 20112012 (COMMON FOR ALL PROGRAMMES) S.No Course No. Course Title Text Book Price Rs. Tick in the Box 1 BIO F110 BIOLOGY LABORATORY NotesEDD, Provided by BPD  Given from Dubai Campus 2 BIO F111 GENERAL BI
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Course: Administ
General Studies CSE Preliminary Examination (2004) 1. A. B. C. D. Match ListI (Institute) with List II (located At) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the Lists: List  I (Institute) Indian Institute of Geomagnetism International A
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7200 RPM Hard Drive Performance Increased Speed and Productivity For Todays Desktop System T o meet todays increasing demand for desktop system performance, Western Digital introduced WD Expert 7200 RPM Enhanced Integrated Drive Electronics (EIDE) hard dr
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Course: Administ
HOW TO CRACK CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION written by RANKERS A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION Contributions by Vineel Krishna, IAS Mutyalaraju Revu, IAS Vijay Kumar Mantri, IAS B. Sandeep Kumar, IFS Arvindhakshan, IRS Bala Kiran, IPS G. K
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Course: Administ
IAS 2009 Preparation Schedule July  September 2008: Prepare the second optional (optional only for the mains) July  December 2008: Prepare GS for both mains and prelims. Prepare the first optional for mains. Develop essay writing skills. Jan  May 2009:
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Course: Administ
What to read for General Studies in IAS? Indian History & Culture: NCERT (+ 2 level) Ancient India, Medieval India, Modern India. Publication Division : Gazetteer of India (Vol 2 : History & Culture) Vaid's Study Notes. Gandhi Nehru Tagore & AmbedkarGopal
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Course: Parallel Computing
BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE, PILANI Hyderabad Campus FIRST SEMESTER 2014  2015 COURSE HANDOUT (PART II) 01082014 In addition to Part I (General Handout for all courses appended to the timetable) this portion gives further specific details r
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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, Pilani Pilani Campus INSTRUCTION DIVISION SECOND SEMESTER 20122013 Course Handout (Part II) Date: 08/01/2013 In addition to part I (General Handout for all courses appended to the time table) this portion gives
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Course: OPtimization
AAOC C222: OPTIMISATION Text Book: Operations Research: An Introduction By Hamdy A.Taha (Pearson Education) th 7 Edition Reference Books: 1. Hadley, G: Linear Programming, Addison Wesley 2. Pant, J.C: Optimization, Jain Brothers 3. Hillier & Lieberman Int
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Course: ADVD Analog And Digital Vlsi Design
Model cfw_ Name "fsksub3" Version 4.00 SampleTimeColors off LibraryLinkDisplay "none" WideLines off ShowLineDimensions off ShowPortDataTypes off ShowStorageClass off ExecutionOrder off RecordCoverage off CovPath "/" CovSaveName "co
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Course: ADVD Analog And Digital Vlsi Design
%Frequency Modulation %This is the code for generating frequencymodulated signal for a given modulating signal and carrier ignal. The program shows the plots for the modulating signal, modulated signal and the recovered ignal. The narrow band and the wi
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Course: ADVD Analog And Digital Vlsi Design
t=0:.01:2; x=sin(2*pi*t); y=sin(4*pi*t); z=x+y; subplot(2,4,1) plot(t,z) p=amod(z,10,100,'amdsbtc'); subplot(2,4,2) plot(t,p) q=ademod(p,10,100,'amdsbtc'); subplot(2,4,3) plot(t,q) z1=fft(z); s=abs(z1); ns=s(1:length(s)/2) w =[0:length(s)/21]*100/lengt
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Course: General Mba
PHILIP KOTLER MARKETING MANAGEMENT SUMMARY PREPARED BY SUBHANK RAJGURU PGDM, BIMTECH INDEX Chapter 1 Marketing in the 21st century . 3 Chapter 2 Building Customer Satisfaction Value and Retention. 19 Chapter 3 Winning Markets : Market Oriented Strategic P
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Course: Data Warehousing
Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani WorkIntegrated Learning Programmes Division Second Semester 20102011 Course Handout Course No. Course Title : SS ZG515 : Data Warehousing Course Description Introduction, Evolution of data warehousing; dec
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26.7 Terpenes: The Isoprene Rule Terpenes Terpenes are natural products that are structurally related to isoprene. CH3 H 2C C CH CH2 or Isoprene (2methyl1,3 butadiene) Terpenes Myrcene (isolated from oil of bayberry) is a typical terpene. CH3 CH3C CH2
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Combinational Circuits Find the output of the following circuit x y x+y (x+y)y y _ y 5/10/10 Answer: (x+y)y 11 Combinational Circuits Find the output of the following circuit x y _ x xy y xy _ _ 5/10/10 Answer: xy 22 Combinational Circuits Draw logic cir
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Importance of \0 main( ) cfw_ char name [ ] = John; int i = 0; while ( i <= 3 ) cfw_ main( ) cfw_ char name [ ] = John; int i = 0; while ( name[i] != \0 ) cfw_ printf (%c, name[i] ); i+; printf (%c, name[i] ); i+; Without knowing the length String Input
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Structures and Enumerations Introduction Structure definitions Nested structure Referring and initializing structure elements Passing structures to a function Using typedef Example using structure Enumeration constants Introduction So far we have only use
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Page 1 of 5 Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani Computer ProgrammingI (TA C162) First Semester 20092010 Lab5 (UNIX Advance Commands) Topics: 1. IO Redirection 2. Filters 3. Piping 4. Exercises  1. IO Redirection Every operating system de
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Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani Computer ProgrammingI (TA C162) Second Semester 20082009 Lab4 (UNIX File and Directory commands) Objectives: 1. File creation 2. Copying , Moving and Removing Files 3. File Permissions 4. Exercises  1.
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Linear search Each item in the list is examined in the order in which it occurs in the list until the desired item is found or the end of the list is reached. Algorithm / precondition: N>=1 1. 2. Read a array of N elements named list[0N1] and search elem
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Birla Institute of Technology & Science Pilani, Hyderabad Campus Computer ProgrammingI (TA C162) First Semester 20092010 Lab2 (VI Editor) Objectives: 1. Introduction 2. Creating your first file using VI 3. Basic Operating Modes 4. Commands for deletin
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Birla Institute of Technology & Science  Pilani, Hyderabad Campus Computer ProgrammingI (TA C162) Second Semester 20092010 Lab3 (More on VI Editor) Objectives: 1. Introduction 2. Copying and Pasting file contents 3. Pattern Search and Substitution of
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Birla Institute of Technology & Science  Pilani, Hyderabad Campus Computer ProgrammingI (TA C162) Second Semester 20092010 Lab1 Objectives: o Introduction (Computing Machine, Operating System, UNIX) o Getting started with UNIX 1. Connect to prithvi (
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Arrays using 2dimensional /* Program for Reverse an array*/ #include<stdio.h> main() cfw_ int a[20],i,n; printf("Enter the n value"); scanf("0",&n); for(i=1;i<=n;i+) /*Maximum and Minimum element using single dimensional array*/ #include<stdio.h> main()
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Example1: while and for #include <stdio.h> int main() cfw_ #include <stdio.h> main() cfw_ float nextNum, sum = 0.0; int count, totalNumbers; float nextNum, sum = 0.0; scanf("0", &totalNumbers); int count, totalNumbers; scanf("0", &totalNumbers); count = 0
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Programming Guidelines for use of Spaces Don't use spaces around the following operators: > . [] ! ~ +   (unary) * (unary) & In general, use one space around the following operators: = += ?: + < & + (binary) etc. Expressions An expression represents a
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Arrays Data Types (2) (3) (1) Derived Types Fundamental Types Userdefined Types  Arrays  int  Structures  Functions  float  Unions  Pointers  char  Enumerations Data Structure: Arrays, Structures, Lists, Stacks, Trees etc. Need for Structured Da
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Character Arrays and Strings A string is a series of characters treated as a unit. No standard adopted for implementation. A string in C is a variable length array of characters that is delimited by the null character. Examples: printf (Hello); printf (\
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Unformatted I/O getchar() Reading a character: using getchar() The getchar() function accepts any character keyed in. This includes the RETURN and TAB. Syntax: variable_name=getchar(); Example: char n; n= getchar(); Use of getchar function to read a chara
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The goto statement C supports the goto statement to branch unconditionally from one point to another in the program. The goto requires a label in order to identify the place where the branch is to be made. The general forms of goto and label statements ar
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Decision making and branching Outline 1 Introduction 2 Decision making with if statement 3 Simple if statement 4 The if else statement 5 Nesting of ifelse statement 6 The else if ladder 7 The switch statement 8 The ? : operator 9 The goto statement 1 Obje
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Program to test a point (x,y) lies in I quadrant,II quadrant,III quadrant,IV quadrant,xaxis,yaxis and origin. 1 #include<stdio.h> main() cfw_ float x,y; printf(enter x and y values \n); scanf(00,&x,&y); if(x>0) & (y>0) printf(point lies in 1st quad.\n);
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Nestingofifelse statement Note: else is always paired with the mostrecentunpairedif. if(a>=10) if(a<20) a=a+2; else a=a+1; 1 Acommercialbankhasintroducedanincentivepolicyof givingbonustoallitsdepositholders.Thepolicyisas follows: Abonusof2%ofthebalancehel
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Constants C Constants Primary constants Numeric Integer 245 0 340 Secondary constants Character Real Character String 56.2 6. .2 hi! A 5 ; 32768 to 32767 1.2E4 printf(0, a) very good 023 065 22e3 6+5*4 printf(%c, 97) a != a 0.3e+3 0x3f 0XaB1 Array St
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Addressing Modes It is a mechanism for specifying where the operands is located. An operand can generally found in one of three places: Memory Register Or as a part of the instruction (immediate Operand) LC3 supports five addressing modes: Immediate Regi
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Writing C Programs A programmer uses a texteditorto create or modify files containing C code. Code is also known as sourcecode. source codeis text written in computerprogramming language. The language that specify the actions to be performed by a computer
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The Electronic Era 1943: ENIAC Presper Eckert and John Mauchly  first electronic computer. Hardwired program settings of dials and switches (no internal memory). It was 10 feet tall, occupied 1,000 Uni. of Pennsylvania square feet of floor space, wei
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Introduction to C Programming The best way to escape the problem is to solve it. History of C 1960 1967 1970 1972 1978 1989 1990 1999 ALGOL International Group BCPL Martin Richards. B Ken Thompson Traditional C Dennis Ritchie K&RC Kerneighan and Ritchie A
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Algorithms Finding largest amongst five integers Defining Actions Is this algo acceptable to a Programmer? Refinement Generalization Three Constructs Algorithm Representation Flowchart Pseudocode Example Algorithm1 Write an algorithm to change a numeric g
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Control Instructions o Branch n n Conditional Unconditional PCRelative BRz x0D9 Sample Program Address Comments x3000 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 R1 x3100 (PC+0xFF) x3001 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 R3 0 x3002 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 R2 0
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Design Abstraction Levels SYSTEM MODULE + GATE CIRCUIT DEVICE G S n+ D n+ Logic Gates and Combinational Circuits An electric circuit switches between insulator (open circuit) and conductor (closed circuit) We can call the presence of a voltage 1 and its
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Canonical Logic Forms Structured logic is Boolean equations written with various types of regular and repeated forms. Useful starting point in the analysis of equations Two common types of structured forms: Sumofproducts (SOP) Productofsums (POS) Any
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TA C162 Computer Programming  I TheTeam: Rakhee Dr.NLBhanumurthy MSadaSivaRao Prasanna Why is this course important? Programming is the core of everything to do with computers. At the end of the course, you should be able to solve a task by developing an
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Passing ways to pass parameters to Parameters to a There are two Function a function: Pass by Value: mechanism is used when you don't want to change the value of passed parameters. When parameters are passed by value then functions in C create copies of
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FloatingPoint Representation A number containing an integer and a fraction E.g., 24.345 Converting to Binary 1. Convert the integer part to binary (same as earlier) 2. Convert the fraction part to binary (Use repetitive multiplication) 3. Put 0.125 Stop
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11 Bit and Byte BIT (Binary digIT) 0/1 ~ 1K (Kilo) = 210 =1024 103 ~ 1M (Mega) = 220 = 1,048,576 ~ ~ 1G (Giga) = 230=1,073,741,824 109 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1T (Tera) = 1,099,511,627,776 LSB MSB 1012 106 Decimal Number System The system can have symbols 0 thro
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Taxonomy of Integers Integer Representation Unsigned Signed Magnitude Signed Ones Complement Mostly used Twos Complement Unsigned Binary Integers Applications: Counting, and Memory addressing in a computer (011)2 = 0.22 + 1.21 + 1.20 = 2+1 = 3 k = number
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Introduction to UNIX UNiplexed Information and Computing System UNICSUNIX 3/27/15 Who Developed Unix and Why Ken Thompson (left) with Dennis Ritchie AT&T programmers Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie, Rudd Canaday, and Doug McIlroy n nTo develop a universal sy
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Structures & Functions Pass each member of the structure as an actual argument of the function call. Passing of a copy of the entire structure to the called function. Employs concept called pointers to pass the structure as an argument. Sending a copy of
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Important Character functions in ctype.h isdigit(c) /*Returns a nonzero if c is a digit*/ islower(c) /* Returns a nonzero if c is a lower case alphabetic character */ isalpha(c) /*Returns a nonzero if c is an alphabet*/ isspace(c) /*Returns a nonzero for
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RECURSION In Functions Definition (Mathematical) Recursion is the process of defining something in terms of itself, and is sometimes called circular definition. A recursive process is one in which objects are defined in terms of other objects of the same
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1 What is Function in C? Functions are central to C programming and to the philosophy of C program design. A C program consists of one or more function definitions, including exactly one that must be called main A function is a named, independent section
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Chapter 7: Evaluation of Improper Integrals Advice 1: Page No. 257: Q. Nos.: 1  5 (1) Let f(x) is continuous for all x 0, then R f ( x)dx lim f ( x) dx 0 R 0 provided the limit on RHS exists. 2 Let f(x) is continuous for all x. then f ( x) dx  0 li
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Eigen Values & Eigen Vectors Let A be n x n matrix. is eigen value of A if there exists a nonzero vector n x R such that Ax = x x is called an eigen vector of A associated with Eigen value / proper value / characteristic value / latent value eigen vector
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x Q. If u ( x, y ) 2 , find a 2 x y harmonic conjugate v of u. Soln : Observe the following : 1 (i ) If f ( z ) , then u Re f ( z ). z (ii ) f ( z ) is analytic in a domain D C  cfw_(0, 0). y (iii) Im f(z) v 2 . 2 x y Conclude that v is a H.C. of u. Chap
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Taylors Theorem: Suppose that a function f(z) is analytic throughout a disk z z0 R0 centered at z0 and with radius R0. Then f(z) has the power series representation n f z an z z0 , z z0 R0 n 0 where an f n z0 n! (n 0,1, 2.) Maclaurin Series Taylor S
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SpanofanysetS Definition : Span of set S is set of all finite linear combinations of elements of S. Thm:[S]isasubspaceofV foranynonemptysetSofV. RajivKumarMathII Triviallinearcombination Ifallscalars 1 , 2 ,., n arezeros, thenlinearcombination u u u ,.
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Derivatives of functions w(t) 1 Let w t u t i v t be a complex  valued function of a real variable t, where u and v are real  valued functions of t. dw Then wt u t i vt dt provided each of the derivatives u & v exists at t 2 If z 0 is a complex const
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Taylors Theorem: Suppose that a function f(z) is analytic throughout a disk z z0 R0 centered at z0 and with radius R0. Then f(z) has the power series representation n f z an z z0 , z z0 R0 n 0 where an f n z0 n! (n 0,1, 2.) Maclaurin Series Taylor S
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Section 25 Harmonic Function : A real valued function u(x, y) is said to be harmonic in a given domain D if (i) u x , u xx , u y & u yy exist & they are continuous in D, (ii) u satisfies Laplace eqution 2 u u xx u yy 0 Theorem 1 : If f(z) u(x, y) i v(x,
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Complex Number: A complex number z is an ordered pair (x, y), where x & y are real nos. i.e. z = (x, y) x = real part of z = Re z 1 y = imaginary part of z = Im z We usually write z= (x, y) = x + i y, where i = 1 = (0, 1) i2 = i. i = (0, 1) . (0, 1) = ( 
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Linear Transformations Rajiv Kumar Math II Definition : Let U and V be real vector spaces. A map T: U V from U to V is called a linear map, or Linear transformation, if T satisfies the following conditions (i )T u v T u T v for all u , v U (ii)T(u)= T(u)
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System of Linear Equations Rajiv Kumar Math II Determinant and their properties (i) det (AT) = det (A) (ii) det (C)= det (A) if C is determinant of matrix where two rows of A are interchanged. (iii) If two rows or two columns of A are identical then det
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Derivatives: Let f(z) be a fn defined on a set S and S contains a nbd of z0. Then derivative of f(z) at z0, written as f z0 ), ( is defined by the equation lim f ( z ) f ( z0 ) f z0 ) ( , z z0 z z0 provided the limit on RHS exists. The function f(z) is s
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SUBSPACES Definition: Let S be a nonempty subset of a vector space V. S is said to be a subspace of V, if S is a vector space under the same operations of addition and scalar multiplication as in V. Theorem A nonempty subset S of a vector space V is a sub
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HOMOGENEOUS LINEAR SYSTEM WITH CONSTANT COEFFICENTS: TWO EQUATIONS IN TWO UNKNOWN FUNCTIONS 11/12/2010 20052006, MATH C241 Prepared by NadeemurRehman 1 We Shall concerned with the homogeneous linear system dx a1 x b1 y dt dy a2 x b2 y dt (1) where
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Some Special Functions of Mathematical Physics Legendre Polynomials (Continued) 12Nov10 1 In this lecture, we find the recurrence relation satisfied by the Legendre Polynomials, show that the nth degree Legendre Polynomial has n distinct real roots all
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Introduction to Systems of First Order Linear Equations 20052006, NadeemurRehman 1 A system of simultaneous first order ordinary differential equations has the general form x1 F1 (t , x1, x2 , x2 F2 (t , x1, x2 , xn Fn (t , x1, x2 , xn ) xn ) xn ) 2
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Applications to the solutions of linear differential equations 12Nov10 MATH C241 Prepared by MSR 1 Applications to the solutions of linear differential equations Consider the second order constant coefficient linear differential equation y a y b y f ( x
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1 Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs) Book references Glyn James  Modern Engineering Mathematics, 3rd Ed  Chapter 10  pp 670765 Erwin Kreyszig  Advanced Engineering mathematics, 8th Edition Chapter 1  First Order ODEs Sections 1.1, 1.3, 1.4, 1.6,
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Ordinary dierential equations PartI September 6, 2008 1 Laguerre dierential equation 1. Find the two linearly independent solutions of the Laguerre dierential equation x d2 u du + (1 x) + pu = 0 2 dx dx about the regular singular point x = 0 using the Fr
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PHILIP KOTLER MARKETING MANAGEMENT SUMMARY PREPARED BY SUBHANK RAJGURU PGDM, BIMTECH INDEX Chapter 1 Marketing in the 21st century . 3 Chapter 2 Building Customer Satisfaction Value and Retention. 19 Chapter 3 Winning Markets : Market Oriented Strategic P
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26.7 Terpenes: The Isoprene Rule Terpenes Terpenes are natural products that are structurally related to isoprene. CH3 H 2C C CH CH2 or Isoprene (2methyl1,3 butadiene) Terpenes Myrcene (isolated from oil of bayberry) is a typical terpene. CH3 CH3C CH2
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EIGENVALUEPROBLEM Mar 18, 2015 MATH C241 Prepared by MSR 1 In this lecture we study Boundary value problems for Ordinary Differential equations. These problems arise in Physics when we attempt to solve the problem of heat conduction, vibrating strings etc
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27 1 Chapter 27 MONEY AND MONETARY INSTITUTIONS 27 2 Learning Outcomes Money acts as a medium of exchange, a unit of account, and store of value The existence of money facilities a wider range of transactions than would otherwise be feasible Money ha
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33 1 Chapter 33 INTERNATIONAL TRADE 33 2 Questions in our mind Do imports of goods made with cheap foreign labour destroy jobs at home? Is globalization making the rich richer and the poor poorer? Should our government subsidize our domestic industri
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30 1 ECONOMICS TENTH EDITION LIPSEY & CHRYSTAL Chapter 30 MACROECONOMIC POLICY IN AN OPEN ECONOMY Slides by Alex Stojanovic 30 2 Learning Outcomes Openness of the economy matters, as international factors directly affect real demand, world financial fo
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21 1 Chapter 21 MACROECONOMIC ISSUES AND MEASUREMENT 21 2 Learning Outcomes Macroeconomics is about aggregate phenomena such as economic growth, business cycles, inflation, unemployment and the balance of payments The total output of the economy as a
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24 1 ECONOMICS TENTH EDITION LIPSEY & CHRYSTAL Chapter 24 GDP IN AN OPEN ECONOMY WITH GOVERNMENT Slides by Alex Stojanovic 24 2 Learning Outcomes Government consumption contributes to aggregate spending in the same way as any other component of autonom
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21 1 Chapter 21 MACROECONOMIC ISSUES AND MEASUREMENT 21 2 Learning Outcomes Macroeconomics is about aggregate phenomena such as economic growth, business cycles, inflation, unemployment and the balance of payments The total output of the economy as a
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19 1 Chapter 19 MARKET SUCCESS AND MARKET FAILURE 19 2 Learning Outcomes A perfectly competitive economy is allocatively efficient since it operates where price equals marginal cost Free markets can fail to achieve and efficient outcome for one of sev
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15 1 Chapter 15 DEMAND AND SUPPLY OF INPUTS 15 2 Learning Outcomes Firms demand for inputs is derived from the demand for their output Firms will hire inputs up to the point where the extra cost is just equal to the extra contribution to revenue Chea
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10 1 Chapter 10 PERFECT COMPETITION 10 2 Learning Outcomes Firms choices are influenced by the kinds of markets in which they operate In perfect competition firms produce a homogeneous product and are pricetakers in their output markets All profitm
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8 1 Chapter 8 THE COST STRUCTURE OF FIRMS IN THE SHORT RUN 8 2 Learning Outcomes Realworld firms can adopt one of several different legal structures, but for most of the analysis in the book firms are assumed to have a very simple structure There is
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9 1 Chapter 9 THE COST STRUCTURE OF FIRMS IN THE LONG RUN 9 2 Learning Outcomes Profitmaximizing firms use an input mix such that the ratio of marginal products of inputs equals the ratio of input prices If input prices change, methods of production
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7 1 Chapter 7 DEMAND ANALYSIS II: INDIFFERENCE THEORY 7 2 Learning Outcomes A theory of demand can be built by focusing on bundles of goods between which the consumer is indifferent Indifference curves show combinations of goods that give the same lev
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4 1 Chapter 4 ELASTICITY OF DEMAND AND SUPPLY 4 2 Learning Outcomes How the sensitivity of quantity demanded to a change in price is measured by the elasticity of demand and what factors influence it How elasticity is measured at a point or over a ran
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Chapter 2 The Economic Problem: Scarcity and Choice 2002 Prentice Hall Business Publishing Principles of Economics, 6/e Karl Case, Ray Fair What is Production? Production is the process by which resources are transformed into useful forms. Resources, o
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3 1 Chapter 3 DEMAND, SUPPLY AND PRICE 3 2 Learning Outcomes The participants in markets and what motivates them The main factors that influence how much of a product consumers wish to buy The main influences on how much producers wish to sell How c
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1 1 What do Economists Study? Economics studies people at work, producing the goods Its studies people as a consumer, buying the goods It studies government influencing the level & pattern of production and consumption Licensing, tax, subsidy. 1 2 W
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6 1 Chapter 6 DEMAND ANALYSIS I: MARGINAL UTILITY 6 2 Learning Outcomes Marginal utility is a key concept underlying demand theory Market price depends on marginal rather than total utility Marginal utility of each product diminishes as additional un
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FORMAT OF TEST CONTENT OF POSTAL MATERIAL is geograph prelim mat sufficient for the test similar for mains FINALLY TO CHOOSE BETWEEN ECONOMICS PHYSICS? CIVIL ENGG IN PRELIMS ECONOMICS CIVIL AND MGMT IN PRELIMS paper choice civil mgmt ur choice ? prelim
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CONTENTS FOREWORD i i i CHAPTER 1 NATURE SIGNIFICANCE CHAPTER 2 PRINCIPLES CHAPTER 3 B USINESS ENVIRONMENT 72 CHAPTER 4 P LANNING 95 CHAPTER 5 O RGANISING 112 CHAPTER 6 S TAFFING 146 CHAPTER 7 D IRECTING 178 CHAPTER 8 C ONTROLLING 215 AND OF OF MANAGEMENT
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What is GST? G oods and Services Tax  GST  is a comprehensive tax levy on manufacture, sale and consumption of goods and services at a national level. Through a tax credit mechanism, this tax is collected on valueadded goods and services at each stage
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Production TechniquesII ME F313 Thermal Aspects and Cutting Fluids Cutting temperature during machining affects: Tool life. Machinability of workpiece. Thermal Aspects Main sources of heat in metal cutting: The shear zone, where main plastic deformatio
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Production TechniquesII ME F313 Drilling It is a common hole making process using a twist drill. Very frequently, drilling is preliminary operation to boring, reaming or grinding where final finishing and sizing take place. Unlike shaping and turning, thi
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Production TechniquesII ME F313 Mechanics of turning process Basic Scheme of Turning Details of turning geometry Cutting Velocity Feed Feed rate Time of cut Depth of cut Chip thickness Uncut chip thickness Area of uncut chip True feed True depth of cut Du
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BigOh Notation 2014 IOI Camp 1 Robert Spencer December 11, 2013 Robert Spencer BigOh Notation 1/13 Introduction How long will the following code take to run? Robert Spencer BigOh Notation 2/13 Introduction How long will the following code take to run?
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3/6/2014 MEC332 PRIME MOVERS AND FLUID MACHINES BITS Pilani Pilani Campus Dr. Manoj S. Soni Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engg BITS Pilani Pilani Campus L2 DIMENSIONAL AND MODEL ANALYSIS 1 3/6/2014 DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS Dimensional analysis is a mathema
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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, Pilani Pilani Campus Instruction Division SECOND SEMESTER 2013 2014 Course Handout part II Date: 16/01/2014 In addition to part I (General Handout for all courses appended to the time table) this portion gives fu
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5/12/2014 ME C332 PRIME MOVERS AND FLUID MACHINES BITS Pilani Pilani Campus Dr. Manoj S. Soni Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engg BITS Pilani Pilani Campus Gas Turbines Dr. M.S. Soni 2 1 5/12/2014 Gas Turbines Gas turbines like steam turbines are of two
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BIRLAINSTITUTEOFTECHNOLOGYANDSCIENCE,PILANI PrimeMovers&FluidMachines(MEC332) ComprehensiveExamination(SecondSemester200910) Date01/05/2010 Weightage:40%(80marks) Note: Useseparateanswerbookforeachsection.Attemptallquestionsinasequence. Underlinefinalansw
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5/12/2014 BITS Pilani Pilani Campus ME C332 PRIME MOVERS AND FLUID MACHINES BITS Pilani Pilani Campus Centrifugal pump Dr. Manoj S. Soni Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engg Pumps Pumps Pumps can be broadly classified into two categories positive displa
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5/12/2014 ME C332 PRIME MOVERS AND FLUID MACHINES BITS Pilani Pilani Campus Dr. Manoj S. Soni Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engg BITS Pilani Pilani Campus L17 Steam Turbines Dr. M.S. Soni 2 1 5/12/2014 Steam Turbines CLASSIFICATION OF STEAM TURBINES The
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5/12/2014 POWAB ZC311 PRIME MOVERS AND FLUID MACHINES BITS Pilani Pilani Campus Dr. Manoj S. Soni Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engg BITS Pilani Pilani Campus L14 Compressors Dr. M.S. Soni 2 1 5/12/2014 CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSOR Surging and Stalling Surg
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5/12/2014 ME C332 PRIME MOVERS AND FLUID MACHINES BITS Pilani Pilani Campus Dr. Manoj S. Soni Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engg BITS Pilani Pilani Campus L16 STEAM NOZZLES Dr. M.S. Soni 2 1 5/12/2014 STEAM NOZZLES A Nozzle is a duct which is used to
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5/12/2014 ME C332 PRIME MOVERS AND FLUID MACHINES BITS Pilani Pilani Campus Dr. Manoj S. Soni Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engg BITS Pilani Pilani Campus L13 Compressors Dr. M.S. Soni 2 1 5/12/2014 CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSOR Dr. M.S. Soni 3 BITS Pilani, P
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350 Chapter 12 Programmable Modules h En xn n ROM 2 n En ROM 1 f.,., h En ROM 0 fo Figure 12.10 RoMbased implementation of large number of switching functions. module is not more expensive than another standard module with the same ) ofpins. The cost of
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DIGITAL DESIGN CS/EEE/INSTR F215 LAB TEST NOTICE 01/11/2013 The lab test for the above course will be conducted as per the following schedule: SEC NO.1 FROM 2011B1A3799P 2011B4A3662P 2012A3PS172P 2012A7PS122P SEC NO.2 FROM 2011A8PS319P 2012A3PS007P 2012A3
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21 Chapter 2 Measuring Income to Assess Performance 2002 Prentice Hall Business Publishing Introduction to Financial Accounting, 8th Edition Horngren, Sundem, and Elliott 22 Learning Objectives After studying this chapter, you should be able to: Explai
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11 Introduction to Financial Accounting 8th Edition PowerPoint Presentation Slides prepared by: Eddie Metrejean, MTAX, CPA The University of Mississippi Images provided by New Vision Technology 18003870732 nvtech.com 2002 Prentice Hall Business Publi
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Second Level Cache Global cache miss is similar to single cache miss rate of second level cache provided L2 cache is much bigger than L1. Local cache rate is NOT good measure of secondary caches as it is function of L1 cache. Global cache miss rate shou
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Exploiting Memory Hierarchy Locality Locality is a principle that makes having a memory hierarchy a good idea If an item is referenced then because of temporal locality: it will tend to be again referenced soon spatial locality: nearby items will tend to
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Branch Prediction Delayed Branch Technique Delayed Branch Technique Delayed Branch Technique Delayed Branch Technique Delayed Branch Technique Delayed Branch Technique: From Before Delayed Branch Technique: From Target Delayed Branch Technique: From Fall
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Enhancing Performance with Pipelining Pipelining Start work ASAP! Do not waste time! Time 6 PM 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 AM Task order Not pipelined A B C D Assume 30 min. each task wash, dry, fold, store and that separate tasks use separate hardware and so can
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Revisiting Hazards So far our datapath and control have ignored hazards We shall revisit data hazards and control hazards and enhance our datapath and control to handle them in hardware Data Hazards and Forwarding Problem with starting an instruction befo
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JALR and JR uses RType JALR (Jump And Link Register) and JR (Jump Register) Considered as Rtype Unconditional jump JALR used for procedural call jalr r2 Or jalr r31, r2 jr r2 31 26 25 21 20 16 15 11 10 6 5 0 31 26 25 21 20 16 15 11 10 6 5 0 0 0 0 0
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Instructions: Language of the Machine Instructions: Overview Language of the machine More primitive than higher level languages, e.g., no sophisticated control flow such as while or for loops Very restrictive e.g., MIPS arithmetic instructions Well be wo
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Chapter 4 Accrual Accounting and Financial Statements Learning Objectives Make adjustments for the expiration or consumption of assets. Make adjustments for the earning of unearned revenues. Make adjustments for the accrual of unrecorded expenses. Make ad
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Chapter 6 Accounting for Sales Learning Objectives Recognize revenue items at the proper time on the income statement. Account for cash and credit sales. Record sales returns and allowances, sales discounts, and bank credit card sales. Manage cash and exp
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Chapter 5 Statement of Cash Flows Overview of Statement of Cash Flows The statement of cash flows provides a thorough explanation of the changes that occurred in a firms cash balance during the entire accounting period. The statement of cash flows reports
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Introduction Define Finance , Financial System, Financial Services Types of Business Organizations Financial System A welldeveloped financial system is a hallmark and essential characteristic of any modern developed nation. Financial markets, financial i
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EssayStructureVisualGuide This is a simple visual guide to structuring essays. It follows the standard structure of introduction,mainbodyandconclusionwithemphasisonwhateachsectionshouldinclude. Rememberthatyoualsohavetoworkforanappropriatetitleforyouressa
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Back to Combinational Logic Ckt design DECODERS D7 D0 A0 A1 A2 V De Multiplexers A Demultiplexer is a logic circuit that transmit Information on a single line on one of 2n output lines Selection of output line depends on the value of n select lines A Dec
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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE PILANI A Report on State Domestic Product of RAJASTHAN Submitted to : Samik Chaudhary Submitted by : Rohit Gouti Sahil Dumir Vineet Chaudhary Vivek Johari Prachi Agarwal RAJASTHAN : AN OVERVIEW History of Rajastha
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Construction Estimates of Gross Domestic Product for construction sector are worked out by following expenditure approach. For estimation purpose, construction sector is divided into public, supraregion, household and residual parts which are as under: Pu
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Sector Agricultur e 200405 2791717 200506 2912790 200607 200708 3519674 4232949 200809 200910 4728233 4556007 Agricultural sector 1.There has been a regular increase in the minimum support price of all the major crops. For example: msp of wheat 2004
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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, PILANI Comprehensive Test [Total No. of Questions: 04] ID No. [Total no. of pages: 02] Course No. : ME F242 Course Name: Internal Combustion Engines  Time Allowed: 3 Hours Weightage: 50 %, Maximum Marks: 50 1)
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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, PILANI Mid Semester Test [Total No. of Questions: 05] ID No. [Total no. of pages: 01] Course No. : ME F242 Course Name: Internal Combustion Engines Time Allowed: 90 Minutes 1) All sections are compulsory. 2) An
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Digital design EEE/INSTR/CS F215 EEE/CS/INSTR C391 Design a 4bit excess 3 to BCD converter using MSI chips and minimum number of logic gates . The circuit further checks whether the BCD number generated is valid or not and generates a output (High) when
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Q1a. Design a 2 block 4 x 4 memory. Block Diagram shown below. Data should be loaded into and read from each of the blocks in a parallel manner. Both Blocks are simultaneously accesses but different data can be written / read from each block. D33 D32 D31
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1) I have known him since May, 2013 when he came to Tata Steel as an Intern for the summer internship program of 810 weeks. He took a project under the Business Performance Enhancement department at Tata Steel. I guided and helped him to complete his pro
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STOCK BREEDING STUDY GUIDE FOR ASCM 412 MEC *ASCM412MEC* FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY MAFIKENG CAMPUS Study guide compiled by: Prof. S D Mulugeta Instructional Design by Dr Livingstone Makondo, Senior Academic Development Officer, ADC Page
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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MESRA, RANCHI835215 (INDIA) EXAMINATION DEPARTMENT Reference: EXAM/SKJ/BE/MEVII/BIT/MO13/20132014 Date : 06.01.2014 By the order of the Examination Committee of the Institute, the following are the result of B.E. SEVENTH
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Issue Topic Anyone can make things bigger and more complex. What requires real effort and courage is to move in the opposite direction  in other words, to make things as simple as possible. Basic positions you could take on this issue: 1.Yes, making thin
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Issue Topic "Imaginative works such as novels, plays, films, fairy tales, and legends present a more accurate and meaningful picture of human experience than do factual accounts. Because the creators of fiction shape and focus reality rather than report
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WelcometoGREAnalytical Writing(IssueTopic) Whatdoyouhave? Time:45mnts(planningandwriting) Anissuetopic Thetopicisabriefquotationthat statesorsuggestsaposition Liberties:accept,rejectormodifythe position Allowsometimetothinkaboutyourresponse Caution: befor
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GRE PREPARATION COURSE ANALYTICAL WRITING ASSESSMENT: ASSESSMENT: ARGUMENT ESSAY ARGUMENT (MODULE 3) (MODULE Dr. Kumar Neeraj Sachdev February 7, 2011 1 Assessing the Response A response to an argument prompt like an argument itself can also never be per
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GRE PREPARATION COURSE ANALYTICAL WRITING ASSESSMENT: ARGUMENT ESSAY (MODULE 1) Dr. Kumar Neeraj Sachdev General ISSUE ESSAY TIME LIMIT 45 MINUTES Choice of two topics ARGUMENT ESSAY TIME LIMIT 30 MINUTES No choice as there will be one topic SCORE ON THE
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Combinational Circuits Find the output of the following circuit x y x+y (x+y)y y _ y 5/10/10 Answer: (x+y)y 11 Combinational Circuits Find the output of the following circuit x y _ x xy y xy _ _ 5/10/10 Answer: xy 22 Combinational Circuits Draw logic cir
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Importance of \0 main( ) cfw_ char name [ ] = John; int i = 0; while ( i <= 3 ) cfw_ main( ) cfw_ char name [ ] = John; int i = 0; while ( name[i] != \0 ) cfw_ printf (%c, name[i] ); i+; printf (%c, name[i] ); i+; Without knowing the length String Input
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Structures and Enumerations Introduction Structure definitions Nested structure Referring and initializing structure elements Passing structures to a function Using typedef Example using structure Enumeration constants Introduction So far we have only use
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Page 1 of 5 Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani Computer ProgrammingI (TA C162) First Semester 20092010 Lab5 (UNIX Advance Commands) Topics: 1. IO Redirection 2. Filters 3. Piping 4. Exercises  1. IO Redirection Every operating system de
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Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani Computer ProgrammingI (TA C162) Second Semester 20082009 Lab4 (UNIX File and Directory commands) Objectives: 1. File creation 2. Copying , Moving and Removing Files 3. File Permissions 4. Exercises  1.
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Linear search Each item in the list is examined in the order in which it occurs in the list until the desired item is found or the end of the list is reached. Algorithm / precondition: N>=1 1. 2. Read a array of N elements named list[0N1] and search elem
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Birla Institute of Technology & Science Pilani, Hyderabad Campus Computer ProgrammingI (TA C162) First Semester 20092010 Lab2 (VI Editor) Objectives: 1. Introduction 2. Creating your first file using VI 3. Basic Operating Modes 4. Commands for deletin
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Birla Institute of Technology & Science  Pilani, Hyderabad Campus Computer ProgrammingI (TA C162) Second Semester 20092010 Lab3 (More on VI Editor) Objectives: 1. Introduction 2. Copying and Pasting file contents 3. Pattern Search and Substitution of
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Birla Institute of Technology & Science  Pilani, Hyderabad Campus Computer ProgrammingI (TA C162) Second Semester 20092010 Lab1 Objectives: o Introduction (Computing Machine, Operating System, UNIX) o Getting started with UNIX 1. Connect to prithvi (
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Arrays using 2dimensional /* Program for Reverse an array*/ #include<stdio.h> main() cfw_ int a[20],i,n; printf("Enter the n value"); scanf("0",&n); for(i=1;i<=n;i+) /*Maximum and Minimum element using single dimensional array*/ #include<stdio.h> main()
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Example1: while and for #include <stdio.h> int main() cfw_ #include <stdio.h> main() cfw_ float nextNum, sum = 0.0; int count, totalNumbers; float nextNum, sum = 0.0; scanf("0", &totalNumbers); int count, totalNumbers; scanf("0", &totalNumbers); count = 0
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Programming Guidelines for use of Spaces Don't use spaces around the following operators: > . [] ! ~ +   (unary) * (unary) & In general, use one space around the following operators: = += ?: + < & + (binary) etc. Expressions An expression represents a
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Arrays Data Types (2) (3) (1) Derived Types Fundamental Types Userdefined Types  Arrays  int  Structures  Functions  float  Unions  Pointers  char  Enumerations Data Structure: Arrays, Structures, Lists, Stacks, Trees etc. Need for Structured Da
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Character Arrays and Strings A string is a series of characters treated as a unit. No standard adopted for implementation. A string in C is a variable length array of characters that is delimited by the null character. Examples: printf (Hello); printf (\
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Unformatted I/O getchar() Reading a character: using getchar() The getchar() function accepts any character keyed in. This includes the RETURN and TAB. Syntax: variable_name=getchar(); Example: char n; n= getchar(); Use of getchar function to read a chara
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The goto statement C supports the goto statement to branch unconditionally from one point to another in the program. The goto requires a label in order to identify the place where the branch is to be made. The general forms of goto and label statements ar
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Decision making and branching Outline 1 Introduction 2 Decision making with if statement 3 Simple if statement 4 The if else statement 5 Nesting of ifelse statement 6 The else if ladder 7 The switch statement 8 The ? : operator 9 The goto statement 1 Obje
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Program to test a point (x,y) lies in I quadrant,II quadrant,III quadrant,IV quadrant,xaxis,yaxis and origin. 1 #include<stdio.h> main() cfw_ float x,y; printf(enter x and y values \n); scanf(00,&x,&y); if(x>0) & (y>0) printf(point lies in 1st quad.\n);
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Nestingofifelse statement Note: else is always paired with the mostrecentunpairedif. if(a>=10) if(a<20) a=a+2; else a=a+1; 1 Acommercialbankhasintroducedanincentivepolicyof givingbonustoallitsdepositholders.Thepolicyisas follows: Abonusof2%ofthebalancehel
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Constants C Constants Primary constants Numeric Integer 245 0 340 Secondary constants Character Real Character String 56.2 6. .2 hi! A 5 ; 32768 to 32767 1.2E4 printf(0, a) very good 023 065 22e3 6+5*4 printf(%c, 97) a != a 0.3e+3 0x3f 0XaB1 Array St
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Addressing Modes It is a mechanism for specifying where the operands is located. An operand can generally found in one of three places: Memory Register Or as a part of the instruction (immediate Operand) LC3 supports five addressing modes: Immediate Regi
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Writing C Programs A programmer uses a texteditorto create or modify files containing C code. Code is also known as sourcecode. source codeis text written in computerprogramming language. The language that specify the actions to be performed by a computer
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The Electronic Era 1943: ENIAC Presper Eckert and John Mauchly  first electronic computer. Hardwired program settings of dials and switches (no internal memory). It was 10 feet tall, occupied 1,000 Uni. of Pennsylvania square feet of floor space, wei
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Introduction to C Programming The best way to escape the problem is to solve it. History of C 1960 1967 1970 1972 1978 1989 1990 1999 ALGOL International Group BCPL Martin Richards. B Ken Thompson Traditional C Dennis Ritchie K&RC Kerneighan and Ritchie A
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Algorithms Finding largest amongst five integers Defining Actions Is this algo acceptable to a Programmer? Refinement Generalization Three Constructs Algorithm Representation Flowchart Pseudocode Example Algorithm1 Write an algorithm to change a numeric g
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Control Instructions o Branch n n Conditional Unconditional PCRelative BRz x0D9 Sample Program Address Comments x3000 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 R1 x3100 (PC+0xFF) x3001 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 R3 0 x3002 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 R2 0
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Design Abstraction Levels SYSTEM MODULE + GATE CIRCUIT DEVICE G S n+ D n+ Logic Gates and Combinational Circuits An electric circuit switches between insulator (open circuit) and conductor (closed circuit) We can call the presence of a voltage 1 and its
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Canonical Logic Forms Structured logic is Boolean equations written with various types of regular and repeated forms. Useful starting point in the analysis of equations Two common types of structured forms: Sumofproducts (SOP) Productofsums (POS) Any
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TA C162 Computer Programming  I TheTeam: Rakhee Dr.NLBhanumurthy MSadaSivaRao Prasanna Why is this course important? Programming is the core of everything to do with computers. At the end of the course, you should be able to solve a task by developing an
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Passing ways to pass parameters to Parameters to a There are two Function a function: Pass by Value: mechanism is used when you don't want to change the value of passed parameters. When parameters are passed by value then functions in C create copies of
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FloatingPoint Representation A number containing an integer and a fraction E.g., 24.345 Converting to Binary 1. Convert the integer part to binary (same as earlier) 2. Convert the fraction part to binary (Use repetitive multiplication) 3. Put 0.125 Stop
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11 Bit and Byte BIT (Binary digIT) 0/1 ~ 1K (Kilo) = 210 =1024 103 ~ 1M (Mega) = 220 = 1,048,576 ~ ~ 1G (Giga) = 230=1,073,741,824 109 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1T (Tera) = 1,099,511,627,776 LSB MSB 1012 106 Decimal Number System The system can have symbols 0 thro
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Taxonomy of Integers Integer Representation Unsigned Signed Magnitude Signed Ones Complement Mostly used Twos Complement Unsigned Binary Integers Applications: Counting, and Memory addressing in a computer (011)2 = 0.22 + 1.21 + 1.20 = 2+1 = 3 k = number
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Introduction to UNIX UNiplexed Information and Computing System UNICSUNIX 3/27/15 Who Developed Unix and Why Ken Thompson (left) with Dennis Ritchie AT&T programmers Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie, Rudd Canaday, and Doug McIlroy n nTo develop a universal sy
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Structures & Functions Pass each member of the structure as an actual argument of the function call. Passing of a copy of the entire structure to the called function. Employs concept called pointers to pass the structure as an argument. Sending a copy of
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Important Character functions in ctype.h isdigit(c) /*Returns a nonzero if c is a digit*/ islower(c) /* Returns a nonzero if c is a lower case alphabetic character */ isalpha(c) /*Returns a nonzero if c is an alphabet*/ isspace(c) /*Returns a nonzero for
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RECURSION In Functions Definition (Mathematical) Recursion is the process of defining something in terms of itself, and is sometimes called circular definition. A recursive process is one in which objects are defined in terms of other objects of the same
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1 What is Function in C? Functions are central to C programming and to the philosophy of C program design. A C program consists of one or more function definitions, including exactly one that must be called main A function is a named, independent section
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Chapter 7: Evaluation of Improper Integrals Advice 1: Page No. 257: Q. Nos.: 1  5 (1) Let f(x) is continuous for all x 0, then R f ( x)dx lim f ( x) dx 0 R 0 provided the limit on RHS exists. 2 Let f(x) is continuous for all x. then f ( x) dx  0 li
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Eigen Values & Eigen Vectors Let A be n x n matrix. is eigen value of A if there exists a nonzero vector n x R such that Ax = x x is called an eigen vector of A associated with Eigen value / proper value / characteristic value / latent value eigen vector
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x Q. If u ( x, y ) 2 , find a 2 x y harmonic conjugate v of u. Soln : Observe the following : 1 (i ) If f ( z ) , then u Re f ( z ). z (ii ) f ( z ) is analytic in a domain D C  cfw_(0, 0). y (iii) Im f(z) v 2 . 2 x y Conclude that v is a H.C. of u. Chap
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Taylors Theorem: Suppose that a function f(z) is analytic throughout a disk z z0 R0 centered at z0 and with radius R0. Then f(z) has the power series representation n f z an z z0 , z z0 R0 n 0 where an f n z0 n! (n 0,1, 2.) Maclaurin Series Taylor S
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SpanofanysetS Definition : Span of set S is set of all finite linear combinations of elements of S. Thm:[S]isasubspaceofV foranynonemptysetSofV. RajivKumarMathII Triviallinearcombination Ifallscalars 1 , 2 ,., n arezeros, thenlinearcombination u u u ,.
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Derivatives of functions w(t) 1 Let w t u t i v t be a complex  valued function of a real variable t, where u and v are real  valued functions of t. dw Then wt u t i vt dt provided each of the derivatives u & v exists at t 2 If z 0 is a complex const
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Taylors Theorem: Suppose that a function f(z) is analytic throughout a disk z z0 R0 centered at z0 and with radius R0. Then f(z) has the power series representation n f z an z z0 , z z0 R0 n 0 where an f n z0 n! (n 0,1, 2.) Maclaurin Series Taylor S
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Section 25 Harmonic Function : A real valued function u(x, y) is said to be harmonic in a given domain D if (i) u x , u xx , u y & u yy exist & they are continuous in D, (ii) u satisfies Laplace eqution 2 u u xx u yy 0 Theorem 1 : If f(z) u(x, y) i v(x,
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Complex Number: A complex number z is an ordered pair (x, y), where x & y are real nos. i.e. z = (x, y) x = real part of z = Re z 1 y = imaginary part of z = Im z We usually write z= (x, y) = x + i y, where i = 1 = (0, 1) i2 = i. i = (0, 1) . (0, 1) = ( 
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Linear Transformations Rajiv Kumar Math II Definition : Let U and V be real vector spaces. A map T: U V from U to V is called a linear map, or Linear transformation, if T satisfies the following conditions (i )T u v T u T v for all u , v U (ii)T(u)= T(u)
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System of Linear Equations Rajiv Kumar Math II Determinant and their properties (i) det (AT) = det (A) (ii) det (C)= det (A) if C is determinant of matrix where two rows of A are interchanged. (iii) If two rows or two columns of A are identical then det
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Derivatives: Let f(z) be a fn defined on a set S and S contains a nbd of z0. Then derivative of f(z) at z0, written as f z0 ), ( is defined by the equation lim f ( z ) f ( z0 ) f z0 ) ( , z z0 z z0 provided the limit on RHS exists. The function f(z) is s
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SUBSPACES Definition: Let S be a nonempty subset of a vector space V. S is said to be a subspace of V, if S is a vector space under the same operations of addition and scalar multiplication as in V. Theorem A nonempty subset S of a vector space V is a sub
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HOMOGENEOUS LINEAR SYSTEM WITH CONSTANT COEFFICENTS: TWO EQUATIONS IN TWO UNKNOWN FUNCTIONS 11/12/2010 20052006, MATH C241 Prepared by NadeemurRehman 1 We Shall concerned with the homogeneous linear system dx a1 x b1 y dt dy a2 x b2 y dt (1) where
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Some Special Functions of Mathematical Physics Legendre Polynomials (Continued) 12Nov10 1 In this lecture, we find the recurrence relation satisfied by the Legendre Polynomials, show that the nth degree Legendre Polynomial has n distinct real roots all
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Introduction to Systems of First Order Linear Equations 20052006, NadeemurRehman 1 A system of simultaneous first order ordinary differential equations has the general form x1 F1 (t , x1, x2 , x2 F2 (t , x1, x2 , xn Fn (t , x1, x2 , xn ) xn ) xn ) 2
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Applications to the solutions of linear differential equations 12Nov10 MATH C241 Prepared by MSR 1 Applications to the solutions of linear differential equations Consider the second order constant coefficient linear differential equation y a y b y f ( x
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1 Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs) Book references Glyn James  Modern Engineering Mathematics, 3rd Ed  Chapter 10  pp 670765 Erwin Kreyszig  Advanced Engineering mathematics, 8th Edition Chapter 1  First Order ODEs Sections 1.1, 1.3, 1.4, 1.6,
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Ordinary dierential equations PartI September 6, 2008 1 Laguerre dierential equation 1. Find the two linearly independent solutions of the Laguerre dierential equation x d2 u du + (1 x) + pu = 0 2 dx dx about the regular singular point x = 0 using the Fr
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GAUSSS HYPERGEOMETRIC EQUATION 12Nov10 MATH C241 Prepared by MSR 1 Abstract In this lecture we discuss the famous 2nd order homogeneous l.d.e. the so called Gausss hypergeometric d.e. We also show that many elementary functions are solutions of suitable
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GAUSSS HYPERGEOMETRIC EQUATION (Continued) 12Nov10 MATH C241 Prepared by MSR 1 Abstract In this lecture we continue the study of Hypergeometric equation. We also show that certain second order homgeneous l.d.e. can be transformed into a hypergeometric e
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LAPLACE TRANSFORMS 11/12/2010 MATH C241 Prepared by MSR 1 LAPLACE TRANSFORMS Given a realvalued function f(x) defined for all x 0, we define its Laplace transform as L[ f ( x)] e px f ( x)dx F ( p) 0 where p is a real number. 11/12/2010 MATH C241 Prepar
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Q2 (a) As , dividing by we get the equation Where (1 pt) This equation can be converted to an equation with constant coefficients if and only if for some constant c (2 pts) 2 x 2 x 2 P( x ) c 1 c P( x ) x 3 x 2 x c ( x ) x 2 1. 2 (1) 1 c 2. ( x) x 2 1
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Q 1. A) 2 2nd order & non linear equation since x is missing. Let & are of 2nd degree [4 M] =p . ; p=0 cant be considered . const. [1 M] . I.F. = 2/3 [5 M] [5 M] Q 1 B) My = x ; Nx= 4x => My Nx [6 M] [4 M] [2 M]
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Q 3(a) Using operator method find particular integral of [12] Solution: The associated homogeneous equation is Auxiliary equation is Thus Now [2M] [2M] [2M] [4M] Hence the general solution is [2M] (b) Show that every non trivial solution of has infinitely
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Q. 4(a) Find power series solution of (1 + x2 )y + xy y = 0 about x = 0. Solution: Comparing the given dierential equation with y + p(x)y + q(x)y = 0, we get p(x) = x 1 + x2 and q(x) = 1 . 1 + x2 We see that p(x) and q(x) are analytic at x = 0. Therefore,
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Q.1 Q.2 Q.3 Q.4 Q.5 A company produces frozen shrimp in packages labeled "Contents 12 ounces." A sample of 4 packages selected at random yields the following weights: 12.2, 11.6, 11.8, and 11.6 ounces. At the 5% level, is the mean of the sample significan
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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, PILANI FIRST SEMESTER 201011 Quality Control Assurance and reliability (ET C432/ME C443/MGTS C432) Comprehensive Examination (closed book) Duration: 3 (1.5 +1.5 ) Hurs. 7th December, 2010 AN Max. Marks: 20 +20 I
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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE, PILANI (RAJ) Mechanical Engineering Group First Semester (2010 11) TEST 1(Regular) Course No: ET C432/ME C443/MGTS C432 Date: 13/09/2010 Course Title: Quality control assurance and reliability MM: 20 (Closed Book)
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ID No. _ Name _ BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE, PILANI First Semester 200405 Production Techniques (ME C342) Comprehensive Examination closed/open book Maxm Marks: 105 Date: 6122004 _ _ Maxm Time: 3 hrs Note: Paper consists of three parts. Par
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PART C BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE, PILANI First Semester 200607 Production Techniques (ME C342) Comprehensive Examination Maxm Marks: 30 Open book Date: 14122006 Note: Assume suitable values if necessary Q 1 A cuboid mold of 100 cm side is
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Birla Institute of Technology & Science First Semester 20062007 Comprehensive Exam EA C415 INTRODUCTION TO MEMS OPENBOOK TIME 3 Hrs. Date 14/12/2006 MM 30 1. In a MEMS laboratory, a sheet showing pictorial steps for microfabrication of unknown MEMS prod
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ANALOGY EXERCISE A Directions: In each of the following questions,there is a certain relationship between two given words on one side of : : and one word is given on another side of : :while another word is to be found from the given alternatives,having t
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INDEX MaharashtraAn Overview Primary Sector 2.1. Agriculture 2.2. Forestry and Logging 2.3. Fishing 2.4. Mining and Quarrying 3. Secondary Sector 3.1. Manufacturing 3.2. Construction 3.3. Electricity, Gas and Water Supply 4. Tertiary Sector 4.1. Railways
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International Organisations World Trade Organisation International Monetary Fund World Bank World Trade Organisation (WTO) The WTO is the only international organization dealing with the global rules of trade between nations Its main function is to e
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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, PILANI FIRST SEMESTER 20082009 MATH C241 (Mathematics III) ASSIGNMENT 1 Submit on: 6 and 7 Nov., 2008 Max. Marks: 8 Notes: Please submit personally to respective instructor in regular hour only. Section 15 will
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FROBENIUSSERIES SOLUTIONOFASECOND ORDERHOMOGENEOUS LINEARDIFFERENTIAL EQUATION(C0NTINUED) Assume that x = 0 is a regular singular point of the second order homogeneous l.d.e. y +P ( x) y+Q ( x) y =0 Hence p ( x) = xP( x) 2 q ( x) = x Q( x) are both analyt
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QualitativePropertiesofsolutions ofasecondorderhomogeneous LinearDifferentialequations. Throughout this chapter we shall be looking at the second order homogeneous linear differential equation y +P ( x) y +Q ( x) y =0 .(1) We shall like to say something a
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Suppose it takes 3 units of time to assemble a widget. Furthermore, suppose the assembly consists of three steps A, B, and C and each step requires exactly one unit of time. What is the amount of time to build n widgets sequentially, using pipelined assem
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Q1 a). COMPARE(a,b) if SEGMENTSINTERSECT(x and y coordinates of end points of a and b)then za, zb = z coordinates of the intersection point if za > zb then return ABOVE else return BELOW else return UNRELATED b). Create a directed graph with vertices cor
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CSCI 3650  Analysis of Algorithms Robert Hochberg  Spring 2010 Solutions to the First two Homeworks 24 Inversions a. The permutation 23861 has ve inversions: (2, 1), (3, 1), (8, 6), (8, 1), (6, 1). b. The permutation that has the most inversions is the
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Discussion 7 Thursday, March 10 Dr. Nina Amenta ECS 222A, Winter 2005 Summary These notes contain two examples of primals and duals, as well as two more example reductions, as well as hints for homework problem 1c. Duality We will look at the formal denit
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 26: Maximum Flow Solution to Exercise 26.211 For any two vertices u and in G , we can dene a ow network Gu consisting of the directed version of G with s D u, t D , and all edge capacities set to 1. (The ow network Gu has V
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 25: AllPairs Shortest Paths Solution to Exercise 25.13 The matrix L.0/ corresponds to the identity matrix 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 : : : : : : : 0 0 0 0 0 0 : : : 1 ID of regular matrix multiplication. Substitute 0 (the identity
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 24: SingleSource Shortest Paths Solution to Exercise 24.13 If the greatest number of edges on any shortest path from the source is m, then the pathrelaxation property tells us that after m iterations of B ELLMAN F ORD, e
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 23: Minimum Spanning Trees Solution to Exercise 23.11 Theorem 23.1 shows this. Let A be the empty set and S be any set containing u but not . Solution to Exercise 23.14 A triangle whose edge weights are all equal is a grap
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 22: Elementary Graph Algorithms Solution to Exercise 22.17 BB T .i; j / D X e 2E T bie bej D X e 2E bie bje If i D j , then bi e bje D 1 (it is 1 1 or . 1/ . 1/) whenever e enters or leaves vertex i , and 0 otherwise. If i
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 21: Data Structures for Disjoint Sets Solution to Exercise 21.23 We want to show that we can assign O.1/ charges to M AKE S ET and F IND S ET and an O.lg n/ charge to U NION such that the charges for a sequence of these o
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 15: Dynamic Programming Solution to Exercise 15.25 Each time the l loop executes, the i loop executes n l C 1 times. Each time the i loop executes, the k loop executes j i D l 1 times, each time referencing m twice. Thu
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 17: Amortized Analysis Solution to Exercise 17.13 Let ci D cost of i th operation. ( i if i is an exact power of 2 ; ci D 1 otherwise : Operation 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 : : : Cost 1 2 1 4 1 1 1 8 1 1 : : : n operations cost n
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 16: Greedy Algorithms Solution to Exercise 16.14 Let S be the set of n activities. The obvious solution of using G REEDYACTIVITYS ELECTOR to nd a maximumsize set S1 of compatible activities from S for the rst lecture hal
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 14: Augmenting Data Structures Solution to Exercise 14.17 Let A1 : : n be the array of n distinct numbers. One way to count the inversions is to add up, for each element, the number of larger elements that precede it in the
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 13: RedBlack Trees Solution to Exercise 13.14 After absorbing each red node into its black parent, the degree of each node black node is 2, if both children were already black, 3, if one child was black and one was red,
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 12: Binary Search Trees Solution to Exercise 12.12 In a heap, a nodes key is both of its childrens keys. In a binary search tree, a nodes key is its left childs key, but its right childs key. The heap property, unlike the b
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 11: Hash Tables Solution to Exercise 11.21 For each pair of keys k; l , where k l , dene the indicator random variable Xkl D I fh.k/ D h.l/g. Since we assume simple uniform hashing, Pr fXkl D 1g D Pr fh.k/ D h.l/g D 1=m, an
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 9: Medians and Order Statistics Solution to Exercise 9.31 For groups of 7, the algorithm still works in linear time. The number of elements greater than x (and similarly, the number less than x ) is at least l m 2n 1n 2 4 8
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 8: Sorting in Linear Time Solution to Exercise 8.13 If the sort runs in linear time for m input permutations, then the height h of the portion of the decision tree consisting of the m corresponding leaves and their ancestor
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 7: Quicksort Solution to Exercise 7.23 PARTITION does a worstcase partitioning when the elements are in decreasing order. It reduces the size of the subarray under consideration by only 1 at each step, which weve seen has
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 6: Heapsort Solution to Exercise 6.11 Since a heap is an almostcomplete binary tree (complete at all levels except possibly the lowest), it has at most 2hC1 1 elements (if it is complete) and at least 2h 1 C 1 D 2h element
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 5: Probabilistic Analysis and Randomized Algorithms Solution to Exercise 5.21 Since H IRE A SSISTANT always hires candidate 1, it hires exactly once if and only if no candidates other than candidate 1 are hired. This event
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 4: DivideandConquer Solution to Exercise 4.24 If you can multiply 3 3 matrices using k multiplications, then you can multiply n n matrices by recursively multiplying n=3 n=3 matrices, in time T .n/ D kT .n=3/ C .n2 /. Usi
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Selected Solutions for Chapter 3: Growth of Functions Solution to Exercise 3.12 To show that .n C a/b D .nb /, we want to nd constants c1 ; c2 ; n0 > 0 such that 0 c1 nb .n C a/b c2 nb for all n n0 . Note that n C a n C jaj 2n when jaj n , and n C a n ja
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22.29 Let G =( V,E ) be a connected, undirected graph. Give an O(V + E)time algorithm to compute a path in G that traverses each edge in E exactly once in each direction. Describe how you can find your way out of a maze if you are given a large supply o
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CPS 130 Homework 8  Solutions 1. (CLRS 9.33) Show how Quicksort can be made to run in O(n log n) time in the worst case. Solution: Modify the Partition procedure of Quicksort to use the Select algorithm to choose the median of the input array as the piv
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DIGITAL DESIGN Tutorial 5 Multiplexers Comparators, Decoders & Q1. Comparing 2 Binary Numbers A B A=B A>B A<B 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 A EQ B = A.B + AB A > B = AB A < B = AB Comparing 2bit numbers A EQ B = f(a1,a0,b1,b0) = (0,5,10,15) A>B
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Tutorial15 cfw_ Question Design a circuit that operates a lock that has 4 inputs labeled A, B, C, and D. The lock opens if keys B, D, A, C are pressed in sequence (i.e. B Followed by D followed by A followed by C). There are two outputs Unlock and Alarm U
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Tutorial10 Sequential Circuits 1. Design a synchronous circuit that has a single input variable and single output variable. The input data are received serially. Cause the first output bit to be the same value as the first input bit in the serial string
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Tutorial9 Sequential Circuits Question 1 Reduce the redundant states in the state diagram below using implication charts 10/0 00/0; 11/1 00/0 A 01/0 11/1 11/1 01/0 B C 01/0 10/0 11/1 10/1 D 01/0 00/0 00/0; 01/0;11/1 00/0 10/1 E 10/0 Q1 State table Presen
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Q.1 Construct the state diagram for a mealy sequential circuit that will detect the serial input sequence x = 010110. When the complete sequence has been detected , then cause output z to go high. 1 A 0 0 0 B 1 0 C 1 D 1 0 0/Z=1; 1/Z =0 F 1 E Q2 Construc
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Tutorial5 TTL and CMOS ECL High=0.8 Low=1.8 High=0.8 High=0.8 ECL Low=1.8 High=0.8 LOW=1.8 LOW=1.8 CMOS Q. 6) In the circuit of figure, RB = 50 kohm, RC = 2.2 kohm, the commonemitter gain in the active region is 100, VBE(sat) = 0.8 V, and VCE(sat) = 0.
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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, PILANI (ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT) II Semester, Session 201415 Power Electronics Laboratory List of Experiments 1. Familiarization with Power Electronics Laboratory (Power Circuit, Contro
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Experiment No. 4 Objective: To study and analyze performance of Buck Converter. Description: The average output voltage of buck convertor is given by, Selection of inductor and capacitor The selection of inductot (L) and capacitor (C) designed to achieve
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DESIGN OF CLOCKED SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS DESIGN WITH UNUSED STATES Design the circuit using D Flip Flops Answer: Da=ABx Db=Cx+A+BCx Dc=ABx+Cx+Ax Y=Ax The circuit is self correcting STATE REDUCTION STATE TABLE Present state a b c d e f g Next State X=0 a c a
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Digital design CS/EEE/INSTR F215 EEE/INSTR/CS C391 Lab Comprehensive Examination Using only Dflipflops design a sequential circuit that generates the sequence 0000, 1000, 1100, 1110, 1111, 0111, 0011, 0001 and repeats the sequence
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Digital design CS/EEE/INSTR F215 EEE/INSTR/CS C391 Lab Comprehensive Examination Design a synchronous sequential circuit that generates the sequence 000011000011101001011111 and repeats the same using JK flip flops only.
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Digital design CS/EEE/INSTR F215 EEE/INSTR/CS C 391 Lab Comprehensive Examination Design a circuit that takes 2 set of inputs (Data A 3 bit and B 2 bit input). The circuit has to generate an output that goes high if the result of A X B results in an outpu
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Digital design CS/EEE/INSTR F215 EEE/INSTR/CS C 391 Lab Comprehensive Examination Design a combinational circuit that will generate the 1s complement of input A or Input B. The circuit generates 1S complement of A if A B, else generates 1s complement of B
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DigitalDesign 05/09/13 LogicFamilies Resistor Transistor Logic RTL Diode Transistor logic Transistor Transistor Logic TTL Emitter coupled logic Metal oxide semiconductor MOS DTL ECL IntegratedCircuits Speed Size Power Consumption Comparisonamongfamilies F
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 7 Implement a sequence detector that detects the sequence 110 using Mealy model. Use JK flipflops in the design and also minimum number of logic gates by choosing optimum state assignment.
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 9 For the circuit shown in the figure, derive the state equations. Apply state reduction and derive the reduced state model. Remove any transient state (a transient state is one that has outputs from it but no inputs to it). Redo
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 5 Task Design a circuit that will increment a BCD number with 4. You can use as many MSI 4bit binary adders as you require and NAND gates. [Hint: When you add the numbers there is a possibility that result may be greater than >
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 3 Task : A conveyer system brings raw material in from three different sources. The three sources converge into a single output conveyer. Sensors mounted adjacent to each conveyer indicate the presence of raw material. All four c
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Digital design Experiment 10 Design an asynchronous negative edge triggered D flipflop from the transition diagram and flow table shown below.
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 1 AIM:  To understand the bench equipment used in laboratory experiments of digital design. Checklist is provided at the end for you to cross verify whether you have understood the basic function of bench equipment. Task 1: Moun
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 2 AIM:  To Test Boolean Functions. Task 1: Implement Function F = [(AB)(CD)] using two input XOR & NOT gates Fig 2.1 Truth Table A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 B 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 C 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1
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Digital design Experiment 10 An asynchronous circuit is to be used to control the gates and a red flashing light at a railway crossing. The gates are to be closed and the red flashing light is to be turned on when the train enters a defined section of tra
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Digital Design Experiment no. 10 Design an asynchronous control system that is to sort objects of two different widths. The objects are moving down a conveyer. Two photo sensors are positioned to determine the object widths. The outputs from the photo sen
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Digital design Experiment 10 An electrical system is protected by a fault detector. If a fault occurs within the system a fault signal activates an alarm buzzer. The green light that indicates fault free operation is switched off by the fault signal and a
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 10 Derive flow table for the flow diagram shown below and identify the functionality of the circuit. Derive state and output equations and implement the same using the NAND gates.
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Digital design Experiment 9 For the circuit shown in the figure, derive the state equations. Apply state reduction and derive the reduced state model. Remove any transient state (a transient state is one that has outputs from it but no inputs to it). Redo
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Digital design Experiment 9 For the circuit shown in the figure, derive the state equations. Apply state reduction and derive the reduced state model. Remove any transient state (a transient state is one that has outputs from it but no inputs to it). Redo
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 10 Design an asynchronous controller for a vending machine. A single slot is provided that will accept 5 Rs. and 1Rupee coins. Each coin value should be considered as a separate input variable. Products available are at price 6 R
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Digital design Experiment 9 Implement the following algorithmic state machine using JK Flipflops after using rule 1 and rule 2 of the state assignment. Assign the state S0 = 00 always. Identify the best assignment possible of the possible valid assignmen
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Digital design Experiment 9 Implement the following ASM. State Assignment should be done such that Rule 1 is completely satisfied 2 out of 3 conditions should be satisfied for Rule 2 and 3 out of 4 conditions of Rule 3 are satisfied. Implement the circuit
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 8 Implement a sequence detector that detects the sequence 0101 (Non overlapping) using Mealy model. Use JK flipflops in the design and also minimum number of logic gates by choosing optimum state assignment.
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 8 Implement a sequence detector that detects the sequence 100 (overlapping sequences also) using Moore model. Use JK flipflops in the design and also minimum number of logic gates by choosing optimum state assignment.
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 8 Implement a sequence detector that detects the sequence 000 (overlapping sequences also) using Moore model. Use JK flipflops in the design and also minimum number of logic gates by choosing optimum state assignment.
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 8 Implement a sequence detector that detects the sequence 1101 (Non overlapping) using Mealy model. Use JK flipflops in the design and also minimum number of logic gates by choosing optimum state assignment.
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 8 Implement a sequence detector that detects the sequence 1101 (overlapping cases also) using Mealy model. Use JK flipflops in the design and also minimum number of logic gates by choosing optimum state assignment.
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Digital design Experiment 7 Design a circuit that will check whether the serial input given is greater than or equal to 110 (6). The MSB comes first at the serial input and the LSB at the last. Use JK Flipflops, Minimum number of combination gates and Me
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Digital design Experiment 7 Design a circuit that will check whether the serial input given is less than or equal to 011 (3). The MSB comes first at the serial input and the LSB at the last. Use JK Flipflops, Minimum number of combination gates and Mealy
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Digital design Experiment 7 Design a sequenitial circuit that generates the sequence 013264 continuously using JK flip flops and AND gates. Show the complete circuit diagram. Current State QA QB QBQC QC 00 Next State QA QB 01 Input JA QC 11 KA JB KB
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Digital design Experiment 7 Design a sequenitial circuit that generates the sequence 013467 continuously using JK flip flops and OR gates. Show the complete circuit diagram. Current State QA QB QBQC QC 00 Next State QA QB 01 Input JA QC 11 KA JB KB
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 7 Implement a sequential circuit that generates the following sequence continuously using JK flip flops and AND gates. 000, 010, 011, 001, 101, 100 Current State QC QB QA Excitation Equations Next State QC QB QA Input JC KC JB K
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 6 Implement a sequence detector that detects the sequence 010 (for overlapping cases also) using mealy model. Use JK flipflops in the design and also minimum number of logic gates by choosing optimum state assignment. Circuit so
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 7 Implement a sequential circuit that generates the following sequence continuously using JK flip flops and AND gates. 100, 101, 001, 011, 010, 000 Current State QC QB QA Excitation Equations Next State QC QB QA Input JC KC JB K
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 6 Task : Design a sequential circuit that generates the 8bit numbers in the sequence 0111 1111 , 1011 1111 , 1101 1111 , 1110 1111 , 1111 0111 , 1111 1011 , 1111 1101 , 1111 1110 Using any MSI chip, not more than two 7473 ICs an
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 6 Task Design a sequential circuit that generates the sequence 0,1,2,3,6 using JK flipflops and AND gates. Current State QA QB QC QBQC 00 QA 01 Next State QB QC 11 10 JA KA QBQC 10 Input JB KB 00 JC 01 Kc 11 0 1 3 2 0 1 3 2 4 5
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Digital design Experiment 6 Implement a synchronous circuit that generates the sequence 7530 continuously using JK flip flops. Show the complete circuit diagram. Current State QA QB QBQC Next State QA QB QC 00 01 QC 11 10 Input JA KA JB QBQC 10 KB 00
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Digital design Experiment 6 Implement a synchronous circuit that generates the sequence 03754 continuously using JK flip flops. Show the complete circuit diagram. Current State QA QB QBQC 10 QC 00 Next State QA QB 01 QC Input JA JB QBQC 11 KA KB 00 J
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Digital design Experiment 6 Implement 2Bit synchronous Up counter using DFlip flops. Excitation Equations:
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 6 Implement a synchronous circuit that generates the sequence 01235 continuously using JK flip flops. QA Current State QB QC Excitation Equations QA Next State QB QC JA KA JB Input KB JC Kc
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 6 Task : Design a synchronous sequential circuit that goes through a sequence 000,010,100,001,011 using JK flipflops and AND gates. Present State QC QB Excitation Equations: QA Next State QC QB QA Inputs JC KC JB KB JA KA
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 5 Task Design a circuit that has a 4bit output that behaves as follows Output = Input + 1 if the 4bit input < 1000 Else Output = 2complement of input You have to design this circuit using 4bit MSI adder & XOR gates How the log
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 5 Task : Design a synchronous sequential circuit that generates the sequence 0,2,6,1,3,7 and repeats the same. Use JK Flipflops for the design. Current State QA QB 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 QBQC Next State QA QB 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 5 Task : Two signed 2bit inputs A(A 1A0) & B(B1B0) are given to a adder circuit. The adder circuit has two auxiliary outputs(F1& F2) F1 should go high whenever there is no twos complement overflow and F2 goes high whenever the r
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 4 Task : Two signed inputs A& B are given two a multiplier circuit. One of the input data is 3bit (A2A1A0) and the other is 2bit (B1B0). The multiplier circuit has an auxiliary output (F) that generates as high whenever the pro
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 4 1. Design a circuit that checks whether the unsigned 4bit input is less than 11 or not. If less than 11, the circuit generates the output 0101 else it generates 1010. Use only MSI circuits only for implementing the circuit and
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 4 Task : Design a circuit that converts 4bit Excess numbers to NBCD. The output of this circuit must be 4bit NBCD; if the output is a nota valid NBCD number, the output must be made 0. No SSI chip must be used; can use any MSI
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 4 Task : Four switches (S1, S2, S3, S4) are part of a control circuitry in a copying machine. Switches are at various points along the path of the copy paper. As paper passes over a switch closes. (Switch gives a 1 when closed an
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 4 Task : Implement 1bit full subtractor using 74153 MSI chip and necessary SSI gates. A 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 B CIN 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 Diff COUT
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 4 Task : The figure shows the intersection of a main highway with a secondary access road. Vehicledetection sensors are placed along lanes C and D (main road) and lanes A and B (access road). These sensor outputs are LOW when no
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 4 Task : Design a circuit using 7483 MSI Adder and NAND gates that will output the equivalent Excess 3 code if the 4bit input is a valid BCD else generate the same input at the output.
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 4 Task : Design a circuit using one MSI IC Multiplexer and appropriate SSI gates. The circuit generates the 1s complement of the 4bit input if the input is less than 12, else generates the input itself. Draw the IC connection di
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 3 Task : Four Large Tanks at a chemical plant contain different liquids being heated. Liquid level sensors are being used to detect whether the level in Tank A and B rise above a predetermined level. Temperature sensors in Tank C
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 3 Task : Design a circuit that gives a logic high whenever the 4bit input to it is a prime number The entire design must be implemented using only the flowing ICs. Available ICs IC No. 7404 7432 7408 Description Hex Inverter 4 2
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DIGITAL DESIGN Experiment 3 Task : Design a circuit that gives a logic high whenever there is a twos complement overflow when adding 2 2bit signed nos. The entire design must be implemented using only the flowing ICs. Available ICs IC No. 7404 7432 7408 D
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LIST OF TEXT BOOKS FIRST YEAR (I & II Semester) 20112012 (COMMON FOR ALL PROGRAMMES) S.No Course No. Course Title Text Book Price Rs. Tick in the Box 1 BIO F110 BIOLOGY LABORATORY NotesEDD, Provided by BPD  Given from Dubai Campus 2 BIO F111 GENERAL BI
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General Studies CSE Preliminary Examination (2004) 1. A. B. C. D. Match ListI (Institute) with List II (located At) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the Lists: List  I (Institute) Indian Institute of Geomagnetism International A
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7200 RPM Hard Drive Performance Increased Speed and Productivity For Todays Desktop System T o meet todays increasing demand for desktop system performance, Western Digital introduced WD Expert 7200 RPM Enhanced Integrated Drive Electronics (EIDE) hard dr
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HOW TO CRACK CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION written by RANKERS A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION Contributions by Vineel Krishna, IAS Mutyalaraju Revu, IAS Vijay Kumar Mantri, IAS B. Sandeep Kumar, IFS Arvindhakshan, IRS Bala Kiran, IPS G. K
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IAS 2009 Preparation Schedule July  September 2008: Prepare the second optional (optional only for the mains) July  December 2008: Prepare GS for both mains and prelims. Prepare the first optional for mains. Develop essay writing skills. Jan  May 2009:
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What to read for General Studies in IAS? Indian History & Culture: NCERT (+ 2 level) Ancient India, Medieval India, Modern India. Publication Division : Gazetteer of India (Vol 2 : History & Culture) Vaid's Study Notes. Gandhi Nehru Tagore & AmbedkarGopal
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Face Interviews Confidently! Technical Aptitude Questions Table of Contents Data Structures Aptitude. 3 C Aptitude. 12 C+ Aptitude and OOPS . 75 Quantitative Aptitude . 104 UNIX Concepts. 121 RDBMS Concepts. 135 SQL. 153 Computer Networks. 161 Operating S
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CIA  The World Factbook 2002  Congo, Republic of the Select a Country Congo, Republic of the Click to enlarge Home Reference Maps Appendixes PrintFriendly Page In general, information available as of 1 January 2002 was used in the preparation of The Wo
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A REPORT ON INNOVATION IN PUBLIC ADMINSTRATION AND GOVERNANCE IN BIHAR BY NITISH KUMAR 2007A8PS231 Prepared in partial fulfilment of the course PUBLIC ADMINSTRATION Undertheguidanceof SIR UMESH DHYANI BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, PILANI (NOV
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PREFACE This is the second pocket edition of the Constitution of India in the diglot form. In this edition, the text of the Constitution of India has been brought uptodate by incorporating therein all the amendments up to and including the Constitution
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fourth edition ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Francis A. Carey University of Virginia Boston Burr Ridge, IL Dubuque, IA Madison, WI New York San Francisco St. Louis Bangkok Bogot Caracas Lisbon London Madrid Mexico City Milan New Delhi Seoul Singapore Sydney Taipei To
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Pakistan Failed State Shiv Sastry 1 COPYLEFT LICENCE Licence is hereby granted to make as many copies of this book as needed, and for the book to be distributed to anyone free of charge on condition that no modifications are made and no profit is made fro
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Manual Nero Ahead Software AG Contents 1 Introduction 1.1 Media supported by Nero 1.1.1 CD 1.1.2 DDCD 1.1.3 DVD 1.2 About the Nero Help Manual 1.3 The structure of the Help Manual 2 Menu structure 2.1 File 2.1.1 New 2.1.2 Open 2.1.3 Close 2.1.4 Save 2.1.5
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MARCHS ADVANCED ORGANIC CHEMISTRY MARCHS ADVANCED ORGANIC CHEMISTRY REACTIONS, MECHANISMS, AND STRUCTURE SIXTH EDITION Michael B. Smith Professor of Chemistry Jerry March Professor of Chemistry WILEYINTERSCIENCE A JOHN WILEY & SONS, INC., PUBLICATION Cop
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ListofGovernorsofStates(INDIA) NameofState NameofGovernor AndhraPradesh ShriN.D.Tiwari ArunachalPradesh GeneralJ.J.Singh Assam Lt.Gen.(Retd.)AjaiSingh,PVSM,AVSM Bihar ShriR.S.Gavai Chathisgarh ShriE.S.L.Narasimhan Goa ShriS.C.Jamir Gujarat ShriNawalKishor
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LIST OF CHIEF MINISITERS (updated on 310509) Name of State Name of Chief Minister 1 Andhra Pradesh Shri Y.S. Raja Sekhar Reddy 2 Arunachal Pradesh Shri Dorjee Khandu 3 Assam Shri Tarun Kumar Gogoi 4 Bihar Shri Nitish Kumar 6 Chathisgarh Dr. Raman Singh
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Dual Problem of an LPP Given a LPP (called the primal problem), we shall associate another LPP called the dual problem of the original (primal) problem. We shall see that the Optimal values of the primal and dual are the same provided both have finite fea
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Expressindia NEWS Home News Editorials Analysis Backgrounder Feature Interview Pakistan Periscope KASHMIR LINKS Home ROOTS OF THE CONFLICT GROUP SITES On midnight of August 15, 1947, when India gained Independence from British rule, Maharaja Hari Singh of
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June 21, 2010 1) Failed State Index 2010 Foreign Policy magazine 1. Somalia 2. Zimbabwe 3. Sudan 4. Chad India 87 Neighbours: Pakistan 10 Afghanistan 9 China 57 Burma 15 S.Lanka 22 Nepal 25 Failed State condition Fund for Peace (Washington based NPO 1957
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an informal survey of the notification & review of national intellectual property laws under the WTO TRIPS Agreement Commissioned by Australia as a contribution to the technical cooperation work of the APEC Intellectual Property Rights Expert Group (IPEG)
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History and Information: 1. History of Palestine 2. Important Events of the Last 100 Years 3. Geography and Demographics: 1. Geography of Palestine 2. Geography of the UN Partition Plan 3. 1949 Armistice Agreement (OPT since 1967) 4. Demography of the OPT
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Ab Ab (Heb., father [of]). Used in numerous phrases and constructions, such as ab bet din (lit. father of/in the house of judgment) for one of the presiders in the Jewish sanhedrin (see also bet/beit). Abdullah Ibn el Hussain (18821951) Emir of Transjord
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1 An Introduction to the Constitution of India D.D.Basu 2 Our Contitution Subash Kashyap 3 Perspectives on Indian Constitution Edited by Subash Kashyap 4 Biology for VIIIX Std NCERT 5 Physics for VIIIX Std NCERT 6 Chemistry for VIIIX Std NCERT 7 Anatom
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 Raus IAS Study Circle, New Delhi, www.rauias.com  1. Civil Services Examination The Civil Services Examination consists of two successive stages: (i) Civil Services (Preliminary) Examinations (Objective Type) for the selection of candidates of Main Exa
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10.0 1.0 ST AT IST ICAL T ABLES Notes:1.Toconformwithprintedtables,XincolumnRiscomputedfromPcfw_x>=X= forChi,F,andt;elseitequalsthesmallestXthatsatisfiesPcfw_x<=X>=. 2.FormulasforthepdfofeachdistributionareappendedascellcommentsincolumnE. Input Dat a Dist
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Simulat ion of a SingleServer Queueing Model Nbr of arrivals = 20 <Maximum 500 Nbr InterArvlTime ServiceTime ArrvlTime DepartTime Enter x in column A to select interarrival pdf: Const ant = ERROR: One x only in A4 :A7 x Exponent ial: 0.0667 Uniform: a=
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Mult iplicat ive Congruent ial Met hod Input data(B7<=1000) b= 9 c= 5 u0 = 11 m= 12 How many numbers? 10 Out put result s enerate Sequence Generated random numbers: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73
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Simulat ion of a Mult iSe rve r Que ue ing Mode l Nbr of arrivals = 1 00 <(maximum 500) Simulat ion Calculat ions Nbr of se rve rs = 3 103 InterArvlTime ServiceTime ArrvlTime DepartTime 2.522 38.045 0.000 38.045 Enter x in column A to select interarrival
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Dynamic Programming (Backward) Knapsack Model Input Data and Stage Calculations Number of stages,N= Current stage= 3 Are m3 values correct? m3= Stage4 r3*m3= f4 w3*m3= x3= 0 x3= 1 x3= 2 x3= 3 x3= 4 3 Res. limit, W= 4 <Maximum [W/w] cannot exceed 10 w3= 1
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Dichot omous/Golden Sect ion Search Input data: Type f(C3) in E3, where C3 represents x in f(x) 0.1 C3 #VALUE! = Minimum x = 0 Maximum x = 3 0.6180339887 Solut ion: x GoldenSection: Enter x to select> Dichotomous: x* = 2.04001 f(x*) = 5.97002 Clear Calcul
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1. Enter lambda in B4. 2. Change c in B6 until B8 < .1 Note: B6 > B11 Lambda = 20 mu = 0.28571429 c= 91 T= 0.33333333 Pcfw_t>T = 0.09002367 Lambda/Mu = 70 p0 = 2.5893E029 Pcfw_t=0 = 0.33481002 Pcfw_t<T = 0.90997633 Enteries in cols F,G,H, and I are Aux.
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Electrostatic Ignitions of Fires and Explosions Thomas H. Pratt BURGOVNE INCORPORATED CONSULTING SCIENTISTS & ENGINEERS MARIETTA, GEORGIA CENTERRDR CHEMICALPRCXESSSAFETY An AIChE Industry Technology Alliance Center for Chemical Process Safety of the Ameri
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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE, PILANI Hyderabad Campus FIRST SEMESTER 2014  2015 COURSE HANDOUT (PART II) 01082014 In addition to Part I (General Handout for all courses appended to the timetable) this portion gives further specific details r
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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, Pilani Pilani Campus INSTRUCTION DIVISION SECOND SEMESTER 20122013 Course Handout (Part II) Date: 08/01/2013 In addition to part I (General Handout for all courses appended to the time table) this portion gives
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AAOC C222: OPTIMISATION Text Book: Operations Research: An Introduction By Hamdy A.Taha (Pearson Education) th 7 Edition Reference Books: 1. Hadley, G: Linear Programming, Addison Wesley 2. Pant, J.C: Optimization, Jain Brothers 3. Hillier & Lieberman Int
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Model cfw_ Name "fsksub3" Version 4.00 SampleTimeColors off LibraryLinkDisplay "none" WideLines off ShowLineDimensions off ShowPortDataTypes off ShowStorageClass off ExecutionOrder off RecordCoverage off CovPath "/" CovSaveName "co
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%Frequency Modulation %This is the code for generating frequencymodulated signal for a given modulating signal and carrier ignal. The program shows the plots for the modulating signal, modulated signal and the recovered ignal. The narrow band and the wi
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t=0:.01:2; x=sin(2*pi*t); y=sin(4*pi*t); z=x+y; subplot(2,4,1) plot(t,z) p=amod(z,10,100,'amdsbtc'); subplot(2,4,2) plot(t,p) q=ademod(p,10,100,'amdsbtc'); subplot(2,4,3) plot(t,q) z1=fft(z); s=abs(z1); ns=s(1:length(s)/2) w =[0:length(s)/21]*100/lengt
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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, Pilani Pilani Campus Instruction Division SECOND SEMESTER 20132014 Course Handout Part II Date: 16/01/2014 In addition to partI (General Handout for all courses appended to the time table) this portion gives fu
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Falling Objects Falling Objects Bi: OpenStaxCollege Falling objects form an interesting class of motion problems. For example, we can estimate the depth of a vertical mine shaft by dropping a rock into it and listening for the rock to hit the bottom. By a
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chapter SPECIALRELATIVITY Section 28.1 Events and Inertial Reference Frames Section 28.2 The Postulates of Special Relativity Section 28.3 The Relativity of Time: Time Dilation 1. At time t = 2.3 s, a 4kg block that initially moves with a constant speed
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Ethical Hacking for Administrators Syllabus IT 430 Section 002 Instructor: Stan J. Senesy (senesy@njit.edu) Office: NJIT Newark, GITC rm. 3803. (973)5965288. Office hours: 10 11:30am, 1 3pm Website: http:/it.njit.edu/senesy Text: Whitaker & Newman, Penet
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S YLLAB US : Hac ke r Te c hnique s, Tools a nd Inc ide nt Handling Instructor: Email: Mr. SAM NOORY snoory@itttech.edu Class hours: Lab 6:00PM 7:45PM Lectures 8:15PM  COCURSE OVERVIEW This course is a part of the ISS curriculum. It builds on the founda
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