Logic Circuits Course
Arab International University
Faculty of Informatics and Communication Engineering (FICE)
Ch. 3
Logic Gates
Dr. Marwan Zabibi
Contents
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The Inverter
The AN
Logic Circuits Course
Arab International University
Faculty of Informatics and Communication Engineering (FICE)
Ch. 1
Introductory Concepts
and Course Outline
Dr. Marwan Zabibi
Contents
1- Digital and
Logic Circuits Course
Arab International University
Faculty of Informatics and Communication Engineering (FICE)
Ch. 4-2
Boolean Algebra and Logic Simplification
Dr. Marwan Zabibi
Contents
1. Boolean O
Logic Circuits Course
Arab International University
Faculty of Informatics and Communication Engineering (FICE)
Ch. 4-1
Boolean Algebra and Logic Simplification
Dr. Marwan Zabibi
Contents
1. Boolean O
Logic Circuits Course
Arab International University
Faculty of Informatics and Communication Engineering (FICE)
Ch. 2-2
Number Systems
Operations and Codes
Dr. Marwan Zabibi
Contents
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Logic Circuits Course
Arab International University
Faculty of Informatics and Communication Engineering (FICE)
Ch. 2-1
Number Systems
Operations and Codes
Dr. Marwan Zabibi
Contents
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Regular Expressions
A new method to define languages
alphabet language
S = cfw_x
S* = cfw_, x, xx, xxx,
or directly cfw_x* = cfw_, x, xx, xxx,
language language
S = cfw_xx, xxx
S* = cfw_, xx, xxx,
Winter 2012: Introduction to
computation theory
Dr. Muath Alzghool
[email protected]
I. Theory of Automata
II. Theory of Formal Languages
III. Theory of Turing Machines
1
Winter 2010: Introduction to c
FiniteAutomata
Finite Automata
We introduce the simplest deterministic theoretical
machines(DFA): Finite Automata.
1
DeterministicFiniteAutomata(DFA)
A Deterministic finite automaton (DFA) is the foll
Assignment 1
Computation Theory
Due Date March 16th, 2012
Dr.Muath Alzghool
Q1: Construct a regular expression defining each of the following languages over the
alphabet =cfw_a,b. For each regular, li
M2 041203\2 Calculus Home work List Spring 2012
Book: Calculus- One And Several Variable
Section
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
odd, 79 1-69
1,7,11,15,18,21,22,23,24,35,39,43
1,7,9,10,15,16,17,21,24,25,2
M2
M2 Calculus
Fall 2011
Integration
Ch5
y = f ( x)
b
A = f ( x)dx
1
a
1
1 1 < x < 3
f ( x) =
0 elsewhere
3
3
A = 1dx = (1)(2) = 2
1
3
x =3
A = 1dx = x x =1 = 3 1 = 2
1
Integration
Ch5
y = f ( x)
3
b
M2
M2 Calculus
Fall 2011
Review
Ch1
Y = mX + b
m1 = m2
| x |< a
| x |> a
iff
iff
m1m2 = 1
m=
a < x < a
a < x
y
y y2 y1
=
x x2 x1
b
or
x
x>a
y = f ( x)
f ( x) = f ( x)
f ( x) = f ( x)
xi
Review
Composi
C+
Repetition exercises
Question 1:
Write a program, to enter 20 numbers:
1- Count all input numbers which are in
the range 1. 99 (inclusive).
2- Find the sum of all input numbers
which are out of the
Homework1
Programming 1
Question1:
Write a program to read a set of n numbers examine each input
number to determine if it is a prime number or note: (use break
and continue)
Question2:
Write a progra
Introduction to C+
Introduction
Forming variable name:
Rules for forming variable(Identifier) names:
First character must be a letter or underscore
Only letters, digits, or underscores may follow t
Variables,
constants, expressions
and output formats
1
The structure of a c+ program
Include header files
Void main( )
cfw_
#include<iostream>
#include<cmath>
.
Usingnamespacestd;
Sequence of statemen
One Dimensional Array
1
One-dimensional array: a list of related values
with the same data type, stored using a single group
name (called the array name)
Syntax:
dataType arrayName[number-of-items]
By