Case Project 1
Present the case on page 320, 14.2 located below, Your case analysis should consist of the important
aspects as stated in the case, followed by your observations and recommendations. Your analysis should
be at least three pages using good g
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Team Assignment
CISC3810
Work on the following problems in teams of at most 3 students.
7.Supposeyouaregiventhefollowingbusinessrulestoformthebasisforadatabasedesign.The
databasemustenablethemanagerofacompanydinnerclubtomailinvitationstothec
We pointed out that I/O buses do not need separate address lines. Construct a timing diagram
similar to Figure 7.7 that describes the handshake between an I/O controller and a disk
controller for a write operation. (Hint: You will need to add a control si
COIS23001 Network Security Term 1, 2015
Assignment 2
Due date:
Friday (5:00 p.m. AEST) - Week 12
Weighting:
ASSESSMENT
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SubmissionRequirements
You are required to submit:
1. A single Microsoft Word file (unzipped) via the Moodle course web site. Deta
CSC 1052 Homework Stacks Short Answers Student Version
1. True or False:
(a) _A stack is a first in first out structure.
(b) _The item that has been in a stack the longest is at the "bottom" of
the stack.
(c) _If you push 5 items onto an empty stack, and
EINDHOVEN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Examination Computer Networks (2IC15)
on Monday, June 22nd 2009, 9.00h-12.00h.
First read the entire examination. There are 7 exercises in total. Grades are included between
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Chapter 2
Data Models
Discussion Focus
Although all of the topics covered in this chapter are important, our students have given us consistent
feedback: If you can write precise business rules from a description of
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s-t Cut of Minimum Value
Given: A directed graph G = ( V , E ) , with source s V , sink t V , edge capacities
cfw_ ce
. For every edge e that has neither s nor t in it, as an endpoint, ce 0 .
A directed graph can also be
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Machine load
It is given that there are m parallel machines and each machine is having some cost.
There are n numbers of jobs and each job is separately processed by any of the parallel
machine. When i machine processes a
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High-Score-on-Droid-Trader
Assume that there is a certificate which consists of a path and has sequence of
transactions along path. The certifier or checker B should verify that the given
transactions achieve the target b
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Broadcasting Scheme for Networks
For a broadcasting scheme of networks, a graph is given such that there is a designated
node and a designated set of target nodes such that . Every node has a switching time .
Any problem
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Greedy algorithm
Suppose represents the optimal makespan, is the job size which is allocated to the
machine and T represent makespan. Suppose that is the minimum load hold by every
machine. So, the load on the entire 10 m
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Hamiltonian Path Problem
The Hamiltonian path problem is implemented for n number of vertices and m number of
edges. The set of n vertices can be associated with the set .
For calculating the edges covered by the Hamilton
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Cycle Cover Problem
(a)
Suppose there exists a graph that has a vertex set V and an edge set E. Consider a
bipartite graph, with two sides both corresponding to the vertex set V, that is, for every
node add two nodes and
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Hopfield Neural Network
In case of the Maximum-Cut Problem for each of the edge e in it in the graph G the
endpoints would have the opposite states.
Consider that the graph G is bipartite and the nodes would then be parti
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Knapsack Problem
Knapsack problem has n items each with a weight and a value . A weight bound W is
given and the goal is now to find the set of items S with highest possible values such that
the total weight of all nodes
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Derivation Problem
The total people in the country are 100,000 who votes in the election. Let there are two
candidates on the ballot that is a Democratic candidate D and a Republican candidate R.
Thus total of 80,000 peop
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High-Score-on-Droid-Trader
Assume that there is a certificate c which consists of a path Path and has sequence of
transactions along path Path. The certifier or checker should verify that the given
transactions achieve th
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Galactic Shortest Path
To prove that the Galactic shortest path is an NP complete problem as to be in the NP
given the path P within a graph, that could add up the lengths and the risks of the edges
and then comparing the
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Minimum spanning tree
For any minimum spanning tree, it is checked that e' =(u , v) . For this problem, the cost
of e ' is decreased by e and the cost of all remaining edges is increased by e . Now G '
graph is formed. Th
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Low Power Wireless Devices
In a terrain which is not safe to establish network links, n low cost wireless devices are
installed, with a high rate of failure. The devices have been developed such that when a
device v is ab
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Image segmentation problem
The graph to show the network with selected v pixel is considered here. It is assumed
that the v pixel is in the foreground of the graph. The diagram to show the graph is as
given below:
In this
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Minimization Analogue of the Maximum-Flow Problem
a.
Given: a directed graph G, and a valid flow f on graph G.
Define a new residual graph G f as described.
First, define the residual weights as:
f (u , v) - w(u , v) if
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Circulation Problem
As the given circulation problem is not feasible with a demand but edges with no
capacity limits and with the given graph equivalent to G = (V, E) with each node v and
demand equivalent to d v .
Thus,
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Selection Process
The assignment of n stations to provide the services to k cell phones. Each station
maintains a set K to store k cell phones which are connected to it. A network graph G
(V,E) having V = cfw_ s, t U cfw_
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Trading problem of countries
Suppose that there is a Vi node for every country i and additionally s source with t
sink. For every pair of nodes (Vi , V j ) the capacity of eij > 0 . For every Vi node with
Si > 0 , an edge
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Preflow Algorithm
a)
Consider the following Preflow Push Algorithm:
Algorithm Preflow-Push()
In the beginning h ( v ) =0 for each v s and h ( s ) = n
Set
edg
f ( e ) = ce for every e = ( s, v )
and
f ( e ) =0 for every ot
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NP-Complete
Given the positive integers from and the two numbers that is k and B. Yes it is possible to
partition the numbers into the k sets that is from with the squared sum of the set that are
added up to the B for:
Th
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Number Partitioning Problem
Consider a subset to be the certificate such that .Add the corresponding numbers in
polynomial time and test if the claimed equation holds.
To prove that Number Partitioning is NP complete, sho
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Independent Set Problem
A set can be said to be an independent set if and pair elements but do not form an
Edge.
An independent set problem is an NP problem, if there exists an algorithm with
polynomial time and has a ver