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American Literature
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American Literature
Table of Contents
COURSE OVERVIEW .1
UNIT 1: EARLY AMERICAN LITERATURE 16001800 .1
UNIT 2: THE ROMANTIC PERIOD 18001855 .1
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a set that contains 7 objects: Mon., Tue., Wed., Thur., Fri., Sat., and Sun.
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INTRODUCTION TO POWER ELECTRONICS
Homework # 2
Due Date: 09/23/2015 (3:30 pm)
1) Problems 2.4 and 2.6 from the textbook (35 points)
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ECE6800  Colloqium
Final Summary
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FE Exam Review
Electrical Circuits
The FE exam consists of 180 multiplechoice questions. During the morning session, all examinees
take a general exam common to all disciplines. During the afternoon session, examinees can opt to
take a general exam or a
* Issues: Trafic explosion but we have a limited spectrum and Green demand
* Ways to go: New spectrum (5GHz) and above New network artchitecture
Wireless usage , 32 increase in mobile connection , 134 % increase in smartphone connection
exponential incre
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Introduction:
Jeff Adams is a currently a CEO at Cobalt Speech & language, which is a
technology consulting company focused on cognitive computing. Three
years and a half ago he went to Amazon recognition where a
20 February 2015.
This was the first seminar of the semester. Dr. Garg gave an overview of IC design against
malicious attacks on the IC chips & he presented some of his work on techniques to secure
computer hardware against such attacks. He also went thr
Tuesday Feb 3rd
Duleepa J Thrimawithana
* Introduction about New Zealand
* Top ranked university in New Zealand
Software eng., Signal processing, Telecommunications, control systems , power systems.
Generating clean and green energy
optimize electrical sy
Instruction level parallelism
* What is embedded system ?
* Real time systems must be timely
* The results should be correct & deterministic.
* 3 types of RTS hard, soft, firm
tasks have to be accomplished within a certain time
frame.
job 0 of task 0 has
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Israfil Bahceci
Dr. Bahceci went through the principles of MIMO systems, and how they can be used in existing
3G/4G and beyond wireless technologies. He introduced a new class of antennas which
introduced additional degrees of freedom t
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1) A line AB makes an angle of 45 degrees, measured CCW from the line y= 3. What is
most probably the equation of AB if the line does not pass through the origin?
A) y= 3x+2
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Stepbystep procedure to start/stop the system
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Turning the system
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FE Exam Information
The ethics questions test students on reading comprehension and
elementary logic.
Assumptions are necessary since exam problems may not give
complete information.
Answers that require large leaps in logic are almost alway
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Name:
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Suppose that we win $2 for each black ball selected and we lose $1 for each white ball selected. Let X
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station at a time uniforml
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chosen. How many different committees are possible if three of the men hate each other and refuse to
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probabilities p 0 , p 1 , and p 2 , are performed. Find the probability that outcomes 1 and 2 both occur at
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