PHIL 320 Chapter 13 Problem Set
Chapter 14
Textbook 14.1
Show that:
(a) secures if and only if is unsatisfiable.
Preliminaries: and are finite sets, but result extends to infinite sets. Suppose =cfw_C1, . , Cm
and =cfw_D1, . , Dn. Write ~ for the set o
Question 2 Part (h)
Question 2 Part (h)
Suppose I take the residuals from the regression in part (d) and regress the squared
residuals (sqresid) on the same explanatory variables:
What do you conclude is the error term for the regression model in part (
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CSI 3105 FINAL EXAMINATION
PROF: Dr. Im‘ge Urrutia
Time: 3 hours
December 1996
NOTES :
(1) THIS IS A CLOSED BOOK EXAMINATION.
(2) CALCULATORS ARE ALLOWED.
(3) THE EXAM IS GRADED OUT OF 100.
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Step 2: Scan each row, and identify the smallest cost, . Subtract from each entry in the
row. Steps 1 and 2 can of course be done in any order.
Table 2
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2) Draw the depth—first search spanning tree that results when traversing the following
graph:
Assume that the search starts at vertex 1, and that the graph has been stored using the
following adjacency list representation:
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C31 3105 Final Exam
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Date: December, 1997 Profs: Dr. Sylvia Boyd
Duration: 3 hours
NAME: {Please print)
STUDENT NUMBER:
1) This is a Closed book exam, and no claculators are allowed.
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h) [10 marks] Do an average case analysis of this algorithm, under the
ssumptions that we know x is in S, the keys in S are distinct, and that
all positions in S are equally likely for x. Be sure to clearly explain
your steps (and any formula
Question 5
Suppose the Fed purchases $100 worth of Treasury bonds from commercial banks. Suppose
also that the required reserve ratio is 10%. How much reserves will be created in the banking
system?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
$100
Less than $100
At most $1,000
More t
1. Explain the relationship between dense oceanic crust that is produced at a divergent plate
boundary and the convergence or collision of an oceanic plate and a continental plate, such as the
western margin of South America?
2 marks
answer: The dense oce
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Create a matrix of total shipping costs.
TOTAL SHIP COST
Nodes
SEA
DEN
LA
Source
DAL
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CHI
ATL
BOS
SEA
0.00
0.00
12.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Factory Cost
Capacity
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0.00
0.00
12.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
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Find the shortest path from the CHI node to all other nodes using Dijkstra's algorithm.
4
10
5
2 SEA
BOS
5
5
DEN
CHI
6
4
LA
6
ATL
7
5
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DAL
6
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Question 24
In the rational-expectations model:
A. An unanticipated increase in money supply will lead to an increase in real GDP but a
reduction in the price level.
B. An unanticipated increase in money supply will lead to an increase in both real GDP an
PROBLEM 3
a. (8 pts) Let f : R+ R+ be dened by f (x) = x6 where R+ is the set of all positive
real numbers. Is f injective (1-1)? Is f surjective (onto)? Is f bijective?
Since the domain of f is restricted to positive reals, f is 1-1, because there are no
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3. [10 marks}
Given all the book check out cards used in the library for the past year
(each of these cards has the name of who checked out that book), describe
an algorithm which would determine how many distinct people checked out at
least
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FACTORY PHYSICS
Foundations of Manufacturing Management
SECOND EDITION
Wallace J. Hopp
Northwestern University
Mark L. Spearman
Georgia Institute of Technology
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Boston
Burr Ridge, IL Dubuque,IA Madison, WI New York San Francisco
Qianli Xu
School of Mechanical and Aerospace
Engineering,
Nanyang Technological University,
50 Nanyang Ave.,
Singapore, 639798
e-mail: qlxu@ntu.edu.sg
Jianxin Roger Jiao
G. W. Woodruff School of Mechanical
Engineering,
Georgia Institute of Technology,
Atl
Concurrent
Engineering
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Generic Bill-of-Materials-and-Operations for High-Variety Production Management
Jianxin Jiao, Mitchell M. Tseng, Qinhai Ma and Yi Zou
Concurrent Engineering 2000 8: 297
DOI: 10.1177/1063293X0000800404
The onli
Chapter 7
COMMONALITY INDICES FOR ASSESSING
PRODUCT FAMILIES
Henri J. Thevenot and Timothy W. Simpson
The Harold and Inge Marcus Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, The
Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802
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Concurrent
Engineering
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Fuzzy Ranking for Concept Evaluation in Configuration Design for Mass Customization
Jianxin Jiao and Mitchell M. Tseng
Concurrent Engineering 1998 6: 189
DOI: 10.1177/1063293X9800600303
The online version of t
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http:/www.emerald-library.com
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A pragmatic approach to
product costing based on
standard time estimation
Jianxin Jiao and Mitchell M. Tseng
The Hong Kong University of S
J Intell Manuf (2013) 24:575596
DOI 10.1007/s10845-011-0585-6
SysML-based design chain information modeling for variety
management in production reconfiguration
Dazhong Wu Linda L. Zhang Roger J. Jiao
Roberto F. Lu
Received: 2 September 2010 / Accepted:
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339
Product family positioning based on customer value
Yiyang Zhang* and Jianxin Jiao
School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Nanyang Technological University
Nanyang Avenue 50, Singapore, 639798
Fax
Feng Zhou
Mem. ASME
The G.W. Woodruff School
of Mechanical Engineering,
Georgia Institute of Technology,
813 Ferst Drive,
Atlanta, GA 30332-0405
e-mail: fzhou35@gatech.edu
Yangjian Ji1
Industrial Engineering Centre,
Department of Mechanical Engineering,
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Find the shortest path from the SEA node to all other nodes using Dijkstra's algorithm.
4
0
5
2 SEA
BOS
3 10
CHI
3
5
5
DEN
6
4
6 LA
5
Luther Setzer
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6
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