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solutions
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Z
(t + 1)(t 1) dt has the same value as which expression
Problem 1. (4 pts) The expression
0
below (circle one answer)?
Z
A.
(t)u(t + 2)dt
Z
B.
Z
(t + 3)(t + 1) dt
ECSE 2410  Signals and Systems
SPRING 2018
Homework 10
Due date: Tuesday, February 20th at 11:59 pm on Gradescope
Problem 1. (20 pts) In each case, (i) sketch the output periodic signal, y(t), over s
School of Engineering
Jonsson Engineering Center
ECSE 2500
Engineering Probability
Instructor: Dr. Uwe Kruger (BME, JEC7048)
Fourth Homework
Problem 1 Semiconductor Manufacturing Process:
For quality
School of Engineering
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ECSE 2500
Engineering Probability
Instructor: Dr. Uwe Kruger (BME, JEC7048)
Eigths Homework
Problem 1 Christmas cake:
Making a blackforest cake takes
School of Engineering
Jonsson Engineering Center
ECSE 2500
Engineering Probability
Instructor: Dr. Uwe Kruger (BME, JEC7048)
Fifth Homework
Problem 1 Door Hinges:
Let be the random variable describing
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Engineering Probability
Instructor: Dr. Uwe Kruger (BME, JEC7048)
Seventh Homework
Problem 1 Two Random Variables I:
Show that the following
ECSE 2410  Signals and Systems
SPRING 2018
Homework 12
Due date: Friday, March 9th at 11:59 pm on Gradescope
Using the properties and transform Tables (no integrations of the definition) find the fol
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Tenth Homework
Problem 1 Empirical proof of the central limit theorem:
It i
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Engineering Probability
Instructor: Dr. Uwe Kruger (BME, JEC7048)
Sixth Homework
Problem 1 Compressive Strength of Cement:
The compressive st
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Engineering Probability
Instructor: Dr. Uwe Kruger (BME, JEC7048)
Ninth Homework
Problem 1 Characteristic function for exponential function:
ECSE2210 Microelectronics Technology
Homework 2
Reading Assignment: Pages 32  49. Late submissions will be penalized. Hand in your solutions
during the class.
1. Problem 2.1 in text. With increasing
ECSE2210 Microelectronics Technology
Homework 2
Due: January 30, 2018
Reading Assignment: Pages 32  49. Late submissions will be penalized. Hand in your solutions
during the class.
1. Problem 2.1 in
ECSE2210 Microelectronics Technology
Homework 1
Due date: January 23, 2018
Reading Assignment: Pages 332 except section 1.2.4. Late submissions will be penalized. Hand
in your solutions during the c
ECSE2210 Microelectronics Technology
Homework 3 Solution
Reading Assignment: Pages 4989. Late submissions will be penalized. Hand in your solutions
during the class.
1. Starting from eq. 2.16a and 2
ECSE2210 Microelectronics Technology
Homework 5
Due Date: February 27, 2018
Reading Assignment: Chapter 3.
1. a. For a 2cm long Si bar (doped with ND = 3x1016cm3 and NA= 2x1016cm3 ) with a crossse
ECSE2210 Microelectronics Technology
Solution Homework 1
Reading Assignment: Pages 332 except section 1.2.4. Late submissions will be penalized. Hand
in your solutions during the class.
1. Assume th
ECSE2210 Microelectronics Technology
Homework 5
Solutions
Reading Assignment: Chapter 3.
1. a. For a 2cm long Si bar (doped with ND = 3x1016cm3 and NA= 2x1016cm3 ) with a crosssectional area = 0.0
ECSE2210 Microelectronics Technology
Homework 4
Due Date: February 13, 2018
Reading Assignment: Pages 89104. There are many parts, but answers to these are short. Try to
understand the underlying pr
ECSE2210 Microelectronics Technology
Homework 3
Due: February 6, 2018
Reading Assignment: Pages 4989. Late submissions will be penalized. Hand in your solutions
during the class.
1. Starting from eq
ECSE2210 Microelectronics Technology
Homework 4
Reading Assignment: Pages 89104. There are many parts, but answers to these are short. Try to
understand the underlying principles from each question.
ECSE4670: Computer
Communication Networks
Fall 2016
Network Layer
Lecture 21
(Chapter 4 of the textbook)
1
Broadcast Routing
Flooding: when node receives brdcst pckt,
sends copy to all neighbors
Pro
ECSE4670: Computer
Communication Networks
Fall 2016
Network Layer
Lecture 22
(Chapter 4 of the textbook &
Queuing Theory Handout)
1
Recap: Input Port
Functions
Physical layer:
tlevel reception
Data
ECSE4670: Computer
Communication Networks
Fall 2016
Network Layer
Lecture 24
(Chapter 4 of the textbook)
1
Recap: Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC)
(1/2)
Typically used at the data link layer
View data b
ECSE4670: Computer
Communication Networks
Fall 2016
Network Layer
Lecture 25
(Chapter 4 of the textbook)
1
Recap: MAC Protocols: a
taxonomy
Three broad classes:
Random Access
allow collisions, reco
ECSE4670: Computer
Communication Networks
Fall 2016
Network Layer
Lecture 20
(Chapter 4 of the textbook)
1
Recap: BGP Path Attributes
(In order of path selection
importance)
LOCAL_PREF
AS_PATH
MED (M
ECSE4670: Computer
Communication Networks
Fall 2016
Network Layer
Lecture 19
(Chapter 4 of the textbook)
1
RIP and OSPF: Trace studies
Next lets us look at the two Wireshark traces from
Jenna Matthew
ECSE4670: Computer
Communication Networks
Fall 2016
Network Layer
Lecture 23
(Chapter 4 of the textbook)
1
Other Queuing Models:
M/D/1
M/D/1. Deterministic service times
(packet length).
TW, M/D/1 =
COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE NETOWORKING AND OPERATING SYSTEMS
ECSE 2660

Spring 2014
Homework #01
(Individual work, due Thursday 020118)
Last Name
1
25
First Name
2
25
Student ID Number
3
25
4
25
Email
Total
100
Graders Initials
1. Consider three different processors P1, P2, and P3
COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE NETOWORKING AND OPERATING SYSTEMS
ECSE 2660

Spring 2014
HW #05, Individual work, due Thursday 3/8/18
Last Name
1
(20 points)
First Name
2
(80 points)
Email
Total
(100 points)
1. For the problems in this exercise, assume that there are no pipeline stalls an