Data Structure
Assignment 2
1. Description :
A digital computer in AD 4th century used linked lists as its internal representation of
positive integers (in the binary form). Read two positive integers, ione and itwo (could be
very long integers), and carr
Assignment-6
Oscillators
IEC103
Date: 15/03/13
1. Consider a sinusoidal oscillator consisting of an amplifier having a frequency independent gain A
(Where A is positive) and a second order band-pass filter with a pole frequency 0 and a centre
frequency ga
Assignment-1
Basic Electronics
IEC103
Date: 09/01/2013
1. An amplifier operating from a single 15 V supply provides a 12-V peak-to-peak sine wave signal
to a 1 k load and draws negligible input current from the signal source. The dc current drawn
from the
(1) Please write your names and roll nos. inside the box.
(2) Please clearly mention any (valid) assumption(s) that you take.
(Q-111002-379) Translate each of the following into rst-order logic.
(a) Jay respects someone.
(b) Someone is respected by someon
Please write your name and roll no. on the question paper as well.
(Q-51601-577) For the tree shown, apply alpha-beta pruning by considering MAX operation at the root
node. What is value obtained at the root node? What is the percentage of nodes that are
Problem-1 (Any three of the following)
Consider the given Bayes network. Assuming each variable takes binary values (true or false),
mathematically show the steps of variable elimination algorithm for computing the following
starting with initial factors
(Q-30601-716) For the 8-queens problem, consider the initial state as 6,7,2,8,3,4,1,5, where the digit at ith
place denotes the position of a queen in the ith column (as discussed in the video). Consider the following
specications:
Successor function: Mov
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(Q-25-14-04379) Consider a Perceptron with 3 inputs, x1 , x2 , x3 , and one output unit. Assume initial weights
w1 = 0.2, w2 = 0.7, w3 = 0.9, and bias w4 = 0.7.What is the output of the Perceptron gi
ArtificialIntelligence
Miniproject2
Phase2
Part1andPart2
This phase consists of 4 parts. Thefocus ofthisphaseisto buildaquestionansweringsystem
which will consist of 4 modules (each corresponding to one of the 4 parts). For each of the 4
parts, few questi
(1) Please write your name and roll no. inside the box.
(Q-22-03-04379) The given HMM describes Chucks emotional state on consecutive days. Each day he is
either Happy or Sad. But he hides his emotional state so all you can observe is his facial expressio
(1) Please write your name and roll no. inside the box.
(2) Please clearly mention any (valid) assumptions that you take.
(Q-62001-577) For the tree shown, apply expectimax search by considering MAX operation at the root
node. Assume (i) MAX and MIN alter
NOTE: Answer the rst three questions based on the graph shown. Assume that the initial state is A and
the goal state is K. Use a heuristic function of your choice.
(Q-30601-708)Show how Uniform cost search would create a search tree to nd a path from the
Digital Signal Analysis and
Applications
Kishore Prahallad
Assistant Professor, IIIT Hyderabad.
Email: [email protected]
http:/www.iiit.ac.in/kishore
Note :
As of now, this notes serves the purpose of displaying the
topics that have been covered in the
Artificial Intelligence (CSE371) : Mini Project 1
Automated Game Playing (Adversarial Search)
(games) offer a perfect laboratory for studying complex problemsolving
methodologies. With a few parsimonious rules, one can create complex situations that
requi
Science Vs Humanities
Y Bhargav
201201066
Background :
I think my education is incredibly important and thats why it bothers me
when people point blank tell me that my field of study isnt as important as
a STEM field. Im not writing this to say which is b
Introduction to Humanities
IHS201
Manisameasureofeverything
Mancreatesrealitywithinnerlife
NavjyotiSingh
[email protected]
IIITCenterforExactHumanities
IHS201Lecture0725/01/2014
CantherebeaUnifiedTheoryofHumanities?
Re
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Theory of Man, Human
Introduction to Humanities
IHS201
Manisameasureofeverything
Mancreatesrealitywithinnerlife
NavjyotiSingh
[email protected]
IIITCenterforExactHumanities
IHS201Lecture0204/01/2014
Humanities as Knowledge
Ideational Space
R
EC
AP
Some Conceptual Inroads
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Assignment -6
Y Bhargav
201201066
Generally, speaking in a broad sense I am not a person who pays attention
to the fine details I am very calm, casual and light hearted person I tend to look at
things at a very broad sense I generally skip the minute deta
Introduction to Humanities
IHS201
Manisameasureofeverything
Mancreatesrealitywithinnerlife
NavjyotiSingh
[email protected]
IIITCenterforExactHumanities
IHS201Lecture0308/01/2014
Humanities as Knowledge
Ideational Space
R
EC
AP
Some Conceptual Inroads
Re
Assignment -6
Y Bhargav
201201066
Generally, speaking in a broad sense I am not a person who pays
attention to the fine details I am very calm, casual and light hearted person
I tend to look at things at a very broad sense I generally skip the minute
deta
IHS201
Man is a measure of everything
Man creates reality with inner life
Navjyoti Singh
[email protected]
IIIT Center for Exact Humanities
IHS201 Lecture 10 08/02/2014
Can there be a Unified Theory of Humanities?
Theory of Man, Human Action and Human P
(1) Please write your name and roll no. inside the box.
(2) Please clearly mention any (valid) assumptions that you take.
(3) For the second question, you may use 2 pages, and need to answer any three out of ve.
(Q-82701-482) Show by means of a truth tabl
(1) Please write your name and roll no. inside the box.
(2) Please clearly mention any (valid) assumptions that you take.
(Q-93001-379) Invent some propositions and translate the following statements in propositional logic.
(a) John and Mary met in New Yo