Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Handbook
I. INTRODUCTION
A. Statement of Purpose
We put this manual together to answer your questions and to explain the requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering (BSBMED) Degree at Georgia Tec
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ECE2030 Introduction to Computer Engineering
Lecture 11: Building Blocks for Combinational Logic Shifters
Basic Shifting
1 2
Shift Left
Logical Shift
Shift left
Arithmetic Shift
MSB: Shifted out, however, be aware of overflow /underflow LSB: Sh
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ECE2030 Introduction to Computer Engineering
Lecture 14: Registers, Toggle Cells, Counters
Registers
Register a collection of binary storage elements In theory, a register is sequential logic, but more often, think of a register as storing a vec
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Finite State Machines
ECE2030 Introduction to Computer Engineering
Lecture 16: Finite State Machines
A finite state machine (FSM) consists of three sets I, O, and S and two functions f and g in which:
I is a set of input combinations, O is a se
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Memory
ECE2030 Introduction to Computer Engineering
Lecture 17: Memory
Random Access Memory (RAM)
Contrary to Serial Access Memory (e.g. Tape) Static Random Access Memory (SRAM)
Data stored so long as Vdd is applied 6-transistors per cell Faste
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HPS 1040 Section L Health Concepts & Strategies Spring 2009
Instructor: Office: Linda Rosskopf Rm 103 SST Weber Building 1 (located on Ferst Dr. between Einstein Bagels and Tech Tower, satellite dish in front of building. My office is downstairs) Phone: 4
BIOL 1510 Enzyme Lab Individual Group Data Graphing Instructions
I am assuming that everyone knows the graphing basics in Excel, so I wont go into detail on that. You should construct a basic XY (Scatter) plot for each of your trials.
Enz yme Velocity - 0
Group 1 Gender Height F 170 F 166 F 168 F 151 F 159 F Average 167.8 F SD 6.97 M 181 M 184 M 170 M Average 178.33 M SD 6.02 p value 0.03
Group 2 Gender Height F 166 F 174 F 175 F Average 171.67 F SD 4.03 M 188 M 168 M 184 M 180 M Average 180 M SD 7.48
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Group 1 Gender Height F 170 F 166 F 168 F 151 F 159 F Average 167.8 F SD 6.97 M 181 M 184 M 170 M Average 178.33 M SD 6.02 p value 0.03
Group 2 Gender Height F 166 F 174 F 175 F Average 171.67 F SD 4.03 M 188 M 168 M 184 M 180 M Average 180 M SD 7.48
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Question 1 of 13
1.0 Points
A newly discovered single-celled organism has a circular chromosome and membrane phospholipids with isoprenoid chains. Based on this information, this organism belongs to which domain of life?
A. Eukaryotes B. Prokaryotes C. Ei
Basic Graphing in Excel
The following is a sample of the data you will collect from performing the height measurements. Notice that below the data is a space to calculate the mean and standard deviation of each column of data.
To calculate the mean of a p
Class Schedule HPS 1040 L Spring 2009 Ms. Rosskopf DATE Jan. Reading Assignment The R readings can be found in the back of the book
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