PROFESSIONAL ETHICS IN ENGINEERING
3003
OBJECTIVE
Identify the core values that shape the ethical behavior of an engineer, utilize
opportunities to explore ones own values in ethical issues, become aware of ethical
concerns and conflicts, enhance familiar
MOBILE AND PERVASIVE COMPUTING
3003
OBJECTIVE
To study the details of lower layers of mobile architectures in the context of
pervasive computing and mobile applications.
UNIT I
PERVASIVE COMPUTING
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Basics and vision Applications and requirements Smart de
SOLUTIONS HW#4
1. We can show that the right- linear grammar can be reduced at a strongly right- linear
grammar. Then it is sufficient to prove that the strongly right- linear grammar generates
the regular sets. The same thing happens also for the left gr
Chapter 2
Finite Automata
2.1
The Basic Model
Finite automata model very simple computational devices or processes. These devices have
a constant amount of memory and process their input in an online manner. By that we
mean that the input is read a charac
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Turing Machines
A definition of computation is needed to study computation mathematically. A Turing machine is a primitive, yet
general, computer with an infinite tape. In each cycle:
the control unit reads the current tape symbol,
writes a symbol on
Address Resolution Protocol
(ARP)
Relates to Lab 2.
This module is about the address resolution protocol.
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Overview
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ARP and RARP
Note:
The Internet is based on IP addresses
Data link protocols (Ethernet, FDDI, ATM) may have
different (MAC) address
DATA COMMUNICATION AND COMPUTER NETWORKS
3104
OBJECTIVE
Gets the idea of choosing the required functionality at each layer for a given
application and trace the flow of information from one node to another node in the
network. Then gives the understanding
IPv6 - Introduction
Basics
What is IPv6
Also known as IPng (next generation)
A new version of the Internet Protocol
Primarily designed to extend address space
Enhancements and new features
Brief History of the Internet*
First node of DARPANET establis