CS357
Final Exam A
Spring 2010
Monday, May 10, 2010
No computers, calculators, books, notes, or crib sheet allowed.
Choose just one answer. Choose the best answer.
Section 1
1. Using the Taylor Series approximation to g (x) = ex ex with two nonzero terms
IE360
FacilitiesPlanningandDesign
Lecture2:InformationGathering
DepartmentofIndustrialandEnterpriseSystemsEngineering
UniversityofIllinoisatUrbanaChampaign
LectureOutline
Product Description
Parts list
Engineering drawings
Bill of materials
Process Inform
NAME:
netid:
CS 357
Numerical Methods - Topics of the Final Exam
No computers, calculators, books, notes, or crib sheets allowed.
Fall 2011
December 8, 2011
Midterm 2
1. [Lecture notes] Taylor series of f (x) about a point x0 . Practice on functions such
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CS357
Practice Exam #1
Spring 2013
Thurssday, February 21, 2013
No computers, calculators, books, notes, or crib sheet allowed. This exam is intended to help you
understand the type of questions that will be asked. The actual exam will be lon
CS357: Course review (solutions)
Use these questions as a guide.
The questions do not represent all questions on the nal exam.
1. Using a Taylor Series approximation of f (x) = sin(x) about x0 = 0, how many nonzero terms are necessary
in order to guarante
CS 357 / MATH 357
Spring 2013
Numerical Methods I - Midterm 2
Instructor: Eric Shaer
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
April 4, 2013
Name:
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This is a CLOSED book, CLOSED notes exam. Laptops, cell phones, iPads, calculators,
etc. are NOT to
CS 357 / MATH 357
Spring 2013
Numerical Methods I - Midterm
Instructor: Eric Shaer
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
February 26, 2013
Name:
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This is a CLOSED book, CLOSED notes exam. Laptops, cell phones, iPads, calculators,
etc. are NOT t
CS357
Spring 2012
Exam #1 A Thursday, March 1st
READ and complete the following:
Bubble your Scantron only with a No. 2 pencil.
On your Scantron (shown in the gure below), bubble :
1. Your Name
2. Your NetID
3. Form letter A
No electronic devices or bo
CS357
Exam #1 B
Spring 2011
Thursday, February 24th
No computers, calculators, or books allowed.
You may take with you a cheat sheet - a single sheet of size 8.5 x 11 or smaller.
You may also use the back pages of this exam for scratch paper.
1. True or F
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FacilitiesPlanningandDesign
Lecture3:InformationGathering(2)
DepartmentofIndustrialandEnterpriseSystemsEngineering
UniversityofIllinoisatUrbanaChampaign
ReviewfromLastTime
Product
Description
Engineering drawings (plan and elevation)
Parts list (Nu
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FacilitiesPlanningandDesign
Lecture11:LocationProblemsPartB
DepartmentofIndustrialandEnterpriseSystemsEngineering
UniversityofIllinoisatUrbanaChampaign
Rectilinear1centerProblem
Given a set of users with
locations Pi
= (ai , bi )
X = ( x, y )
Find a
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FacilitiesPlanningandDesign
Lecture10:LocationProblemsPartA
DepartmentofIndustrialandEnterpriseSystemsEngineering
UniversityofIllinoisatUrbanaChampaign
LocationProblems
Given a set of users where should we locate
facilities to serve them
Types of f
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FacilitiesPlanningandDesign
Lecture13:AutomatedStorageand
RetrievalSystems
DepartmentofIndustrialandEnterpriseSystemsEngineering
UniversityofIllinoisatUrbanaChampaign
AutomatedStorageandRetrievalSystems
(AS/RS)
A large number of very large racks
Rob
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FacilitiesPlanningandDesign
Lecture15:SimulationModeling:II
DepartmentofIndustrialandEnterpriseSystemsEngineering
UniversityofIllinoisatUrbanaChampaign
SimulationOutputAnalysis
Terminating Simulations
There is some natural event at which the simulat
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FacilitiesPlanningandDesign
Lecture1:Introduction
DepartmentofIndustrialandEnterpriseSystemsEngineering
UniversityofIllinoisatUrbanaChampaign
CourseObjectives
Systematic Approach to
Location
Layout and Design
of Manufacturing and Distribution System
MATLAB Commands and Functions
Dr. Brian Vick
Mechanical Engineering Department
Virginia Tech
General Purpose Commands
Operators and Special Characters / 3
Commands for Managing a Session / 3
Special Variables and Constants / 4
System and File Commands / 4