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School: LSU
Course: Databases
CSC4402 Mid-Term Exam Note: (1). (2). This is a close-book test. Wednesday 10-14-2009 Please do NOT give alternative answers to questions in III and IV. I(15%). Briey answer the following questions. (1) (2) (3) Briey describe ONE important advantage of us
School: LSU
Course: Programming Languages
Homework 2 CSC 4101, Fall 2011 Due: 30 September 2011 1. (10 pts) Consider the following grammar for variable and class declarations in Java: <Decl> -> <VarDecl> | <ClassDecl> <VarDecl> -> <Modifiers> <Type> <VarDec> SEM <ClassDecl> -> <Modifiers> CLASS I
School: LSU
Course: Programming Languages Structure
Homework 2 CSC 7101, Spring 2011 Due: 28 February 2011 1. (5 pts) What set of states does the formula x.x = 3 characterize? What set of states does the formula x.x = x characterize? Explain your answers. 2. (10 pts) Which of the following Hoare triples ar
School: LSU
Course: Operating Systems
Fall 2009 CSC 4103 Operating Systems Homework Assignment #2 The due date is: September 29th, Tuesday, before the class. Late submission is not allowed. Problem 1: Problem 2: Problem 3: Which of the following scheduling algorithms could result in starvatio
School: LSU
Course: Programming Languages
Homework 1 CSC 4101, Fall 2011 Due: 8 September 2011 1. (10 pts) Draw binary tree diagrams for each of the following Scheme expressions: (a) (a (b c) d e) (b) (a b) (c d) e) (c) (a (b (c (d (e f) () (d) () () (e) (a b) c) d (e f) g) 2. (10 pts) Show the r
School: LSU
Course: Programming Languages
Homework 3 CSC 4101, Fall 2011 Due: 25 October 2011 1. (10 pts) Suppose we had support for multimethods in Java instead of or in addition to overloading. Explain how you would implement the pretty printer of Project 1 using multimethods instead of having
School: LSU
Course: Comp Sci With C
CSC 1253 Sentinel Control Sentinel-Controlled Good Advice: Use a constant for the sentinel value int SENTINEL = -1; cout < Welcome to the Area (circle) Calculator\n; cout < Enter radius or -1 to end the program; cin > radius; while (radius != -1) cfw_ /
School: LSU
Course: O-O Design
Esha Somavarapu & Aanchal Gupta 100 120 150 42 When k=2, the running time is 14822000 ns 100 120 150 42 When k=4, the running time is 15484000 ns 100 120 150 42 When k=6, the running time is 15546000 ns 100 120 150 42 When k=8, the running time is 1598800
School: LSU
Course: O-O Design
SentinelLoop MaxValue System.out.print(Enteralistofnumberfollowedby1000>); doublenum=cin.nextDouble(); doublemax=num; While(num1=1000) If(num>max) max=num; num=cin.nextDouble(); input: 9070951000 num max 90 90 70 95 95 1000 Sum System.out.print(Enteralist
School: LSU
Course: COMP SCI I-MJRS
+3, 6- Eﬁ‘mnas . \‘mE6 1% who\& mmer wxﬂou‘l“ Fmdnom( (am cXOuMQ 2.3 ‘ n ml] RN Imamr ”’ Com/enJvfons 0F NOUMWB IAenkﬁe/r 7“ #1563th ' ".— COn$+CKh+S ’. Ar'rkaeﬁc Opem’rowct Ordu 0P Opera-Hons ’5 In cmmm‘k/ DacrOnen‘l‘ ‘7“ SEAJCLr‘a/ ‘PLAACHOA '7’ 9*:qu M
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Course: - Software System Development
1 Rental Move-In and Move-Out Checklist Instructions: Tenant(s) should complete this checklist within 24 hours of moving in. The tenant(s) and landlord or property manager should review the property, complete, and sign this checklist as a mutual agreement
School: LSU
Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
CSC 7300 Algorithms Design and Analysis Heaps 1 Heaps Given a set S of data with ordered keys Support two main operations Insert Extract-min Decrease-key 2 Binary Heap A binary heap is a binary tree that satisfies both: (1) Shape Property All levels
School: LSU
Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
CSC 7300 Dynamic Programming 1 Dynamic Programming Greedy algorithms, work on sequential choice and recursively solve smaller problems For some problems, this sequential choice may not directly work. The strategy has to be generalized, to work with qual
School: LSU
Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
CSC 7300 NP-Completeness 1 About this Lecture What is NP ? How to check if a problem is in NP ? The problem is alternatively referred as Language, and each problem instance as a particular string belonging to the language Cook-Levin Theorem Showing o
School: LSU
Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
Single-Source Shortest Path Let G = (V,E) be a weighted graph the edges in G have weights can be directed/undirected can be connected/disconnected Let s be a special vertex, called source Target: For each vertex v, compute the length of shortest path
School: LSU
Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
CSC 7300 Greedy Algorithms 1 About this lecture Introduce Greedy Algorithm Look at some problems solvable by Greedy Algorithm 2 Coin Changing Suppose that in a certain country, the coin dominations consist of: $1, $2, $5, $10 You want to design an alg
School: LSU
Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
CSC7300 Algorithms Design and Analysis Lecture 3: Lower Bounds, Sorting in Linear Time, Order Statistics 1 Lower Bounds Lower bound of any comparison sorting algorithm applies to insertion sort, selection sort, merge sort, heapsort, quicksort, does not
School: LSU
Course: Databases
CSC4402 Mid-Term Exam Note: (1). (2). This is a close-book test. Wednesday 10-14-2009 Please do NOT give alternative answers to questions in III and IV. I(15%). Briey answer the following questions. (1) (2) (3) Briey describe ONE important advantage of us
School: LSU
Course: Computers In Society
CSC- TEST 1 1/23/12 Need book for lab! Microsoft office 2010 Introductory by Garry B Shelly & Misty E Vermaat ISBN-13: 9781439078389 ISBN-10: 1439078386 Book for lecture! Discovering Computers Complete ISBN-13: 9781111530327 ISBN-10: 1111530327 Chapter 1:
School: LSU
Course: COMP SCI I-MJRS
CSC 1350 Pre-Exam # 1 September 16, 2014 Section 1/2 NAME: Blue book is required. Fill in the information on the cover of your blue book and on the exam sheet. Answer Exercises 1 and 4 on the exam sheet and all other exercises in your blue book. Calcul
School: LSU
Course: COMP SCI I-MJRS
CSc 1350: 5.4 & 5.7 Supplement Control Structures: Selection II Nested if Statements if with Compound Logical Expressions Further Examples 1 Nested if Statement A nested if statement is an if statement that has at least one if statement in its body. Ex
School: LSU
Course: COMP SCI I-MJRS
CSC 1350 Pre-Exam # 1 September 16, 2014 Section 1/2 NAME: This is the hands-on programming part of your exam. Do not open any application on your computer other than Netbeans. This exam is an open book exam but no borrowing of textbook is allowed duri
School: LSU
Course: COMP SCI I-MJRS
Quadratic Solver CSc 1350: Programming Project # 2 Solving Quadratic Equations Out: 9/21 Due: 10/6 by 11:50 PM Learning Objectives Using Conditional Statements, Using Logical Operators, Using Standard Math Class methods, Using Basic Arithmetic Operato
School: LSU
Course: Programming Languages
Homework 2 CSC 4101, Fall 2011 Due: 30 September 2011 1. (10 pts) Consider the following grammar for variable and class declarations in Java: <Decl> -> <VarDecl> | <ClassDecl> <VarDecl> -> <Modifiers> <Type> <VarDec> SEM <ClassDecl> -> <Modifiers> CLASS I
School: LSU
Course: Programming Languages Structure
Homework 2 CSC 7101, Spring 2011 Due: 28 February 2011 1. (5 pts) What set of states does the formula x.x = 3 characterize? What set of states does the formula x.x = x characterize? Explain your answers. 2. (10 pts) Which of the following Hoare triples ar
School: LSU
Course: Operating Systems
Fall 2009 CSC 4103 Operating Systems Homework Assignment #2 The due date is: September 29th, Tuesday, before the class. Late submission is not allowed. Problem 1: Problem 2: Problem 3: Which of the following scheduling algorithms could result in starvatio
School: LSU
Course: Programming Languages
Homework 1 CSC 4101, Fall 2011 Due: 8 September 2011 1. (10 pts) Draw binary tree diagrams for each of the following Scheme expressions: (a) (a (b c) d e) (b) (a b) (c d) e) (c) (a (b (c (d (e f) () (d) () () (e) (a b) c) d (e f) g) 2. (10 pts) Show the r
School: LSU
Course: Programming Languages
Homework 3 CSC 4101, Fall 2011 Due: 25 October 2011 1. (10 pts) Suppose we had support for multimethods in Java instead of or in addition to overloading. Explain how you would implement the pretty printer of Project 1 using multimethods instead of having
School: LSU
Course: ADVANCED OPERATING SYSTEMS
Assignment 2 Due Date 4 weeks (5 points) 1. Can any precedence graph may be implemented by fork/join construct? Proof? 2. Show by example that all precedence graphs cannot be implemented only by cobegin/coend construct. Characterize the precedence graphs
School: LSU
Course: Comp Sci 11 With C
Naive Printer Queue CSc 1254: Lab # 1 The Naive Printer Queue Out: 9/14 Due: 9/25 by 11:59 PM In this lab you will write functions to simulate the operations of a naive FIFO (first-in-first-out) printer queue. Learning Objectives Binary File Processing M
School: LSU
Course: COMP SCI I-MJRS
CSc 1350: The printf Method Some Examples SYNTAX: printstreamobject.printf(controlstring,.); 1 Format Types Code Type d integer x hexadecimal o octal f oating point e exponential g general oating point s string n platform-independent end-of-line 2 Flag 0
School: LSU
Course: Comp Sci 11 With C
CSC 1254 Exam # 2 Study Guide Spring 2005 March 16, 2005 NAME: This exam consists of three parts. Calculators are not allowed. Use descriptive names for your identifiers, but no other documentation is required. Use only ANSI C commands in your code. Write
School: LSU
Course: Comp Sci 11 With C
CSC 1254 Practice Exam # 1 February 15, 2005 Section This exam consists of three parts. Calculators are not allowed. Use descriptive names for your identifiers, but no other documentation is required. Use only ANSI C commands in your code. Write your ful
School: LSU
Course: Programming Languages Structure
CSC 7101 Study Guide Programming Languages Fall 2011 Gerald Baumgartner Reading Slides on course web page: http:/www.csc.lsu.edu/~gb/csc7101/ . CSC 4101 textbook: Michael Scott, Programming Language Pragmatics, 3rd ed., Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 2009.
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Course: Compiler Construction
CSC 4351 Compiler Construction Spring 2011 Syllabus Gerald Baumgartner Course Summary Program language structures, translation, loading, execution, and storage allocation; compilation of simple expressions and statements; organization of compiler includin
School: LSU
Course: Programming Languages
CSC 4101 Programming Languages Fall 2011 Syllabus Gerald Baumgartner Course Summary Principles of programming language design; specication of syntax and semantics; underlying implementation of block structured languages; dynamic memory allocation for stri
School: LSU
Course: Computer Science II With C++
SYLLABUS, CSC1254/1, FALL 2011 Introduction to Programming with C+ (II), Hartmut Kaiser http:/www.cct.lsu.edu/~hkaiser/fall_2011/csc1254.html COURSE SUMMARY This course is for someone who has had some programming experience before but nevertheless is will
School: LSU
Course: Programming Languages Structure
CSC 7101 Programming Language Structures Spring 2011 Syllabus Gerald Baumgartner Course Summary The course listing says: Advanced study of data specication, storage management, and control in programming languages; includes coverage of formal specication
School: LSU
Course: Databases
CSC4402 - Introduction to Database Systems Syllabus I. Course Outline and Objective: CSC4402 is an introductory course on database management systems. The course deals with the notion of database systems, from the user point of view. The objective of the
School: LSU
Course: GUI
Introduction to Programming GUI with Java CSC 2700 Section 02: TTH 03:00-04:30 class web page:http:/www.csc.lsu.edu/∼duncan/courses/csc2700-f08 Instructor: William E. Duncan Oﬃce: 159 Coates Hall Email Address: duncan@csc.lsu.edu Oﬃce Hours: TBA Course De
School: LSU
Course: Databases
CSC4402 Mid-Term Exam Note: (1). (2). This is a close-book test. Wednesday 10-14-2009 Please do NOT give alternative answers to questions in III and IV. I(15%). Briey answer the following questions. (1) (2) (3) Briey describe ONE important advantage of us
School: LSU
Course: Programming Languages
Homework 2 CSC 4101, Fall 2011 Due: 30 September 2011 1. (10 pts) Consider the following grammar for variable and class declarations in Java: <Decl> -> <VarDecl> | <ClassDecl> <VarDecl> -> <Modifiers> <Type> <VarDec> SEM <ClassDecl> -> <Modifiers> CLASS I
School: LSU
Course: Programming Languages Structure
Homework 2 CSC 7101, Spring 2011 Due: 28 February 2011 1. (5 pts) What set of states does the formula x.x = 3 characterize? What set of states does the formula x.x = x characterize? Explain your answers. 2. (10 pts) Which of the following Hoare triples ar
School: LSU
Course: Operating Systems
Fall 2009 CSC 4103 Operating Systems Homework Assignment #2 The due date is: September 29th, Tuesday, before the class. Late submission is not allowed. Problem 1: Problem 2: Problem 3: Which of the following scheduling algorithms could result in starvatio
School: LSU
Course: Programming Languages
Homework 1 CSC 4101, Fall 2011 Due: 8 September 2011 1. (10 pts) Draw binary tree diagrams for each of the following Scheme expressions: (a) (a (b c) d e) (b) (a b) (c d) e) (c) (a (b (c (d (e f) () (d) () () (e) (a b) c) d (e f) g) 2. (10 pts) Show the r
School: LSU
Course: Programming Languages
Homework 3 CSC 4101, Fall 2011 Due: 25 October 2011 1. (10 pts) Suppose we had support for multimethods in Java instead of or in addition to overloading. Explain how you would implement the pretty printer of Project 1 using multimethods instead of having
School: LSU
Course: ADVANCED OPERATING SYSTEMS
Assignment 2 Due Date 4 weeks (5 points) 1. Can any precedence graph may be implemented by fork/join construct? Proof? 2. Show by example that all precedence graphs cannot be implemented only by cobegin/coend construct. Characterize the precedence graphs
School: LSU
Course: Computers In Society
CSC- TEST 1 1/23/12 Need book for lab! Microsoft office 2010 Introductory by Garry B Shelly & Misty E Vermaat ISBN-13: 9781439078389 ISBN-10: 1439078386 Book for lecture! Discovering Computers Complete ISBN-13: 9781111530327 ISBN-10: 1111530327 Chapter 1:
School: LSU
Course: Programming Languages
Homework 4 Solutions 1. The stack contains the following activation records: main Foo B flag = 0 D B flag = 1 A C For each activation record, the dynamic link points to the activation record directly above. The static links point to the activation record
School: LSU
Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
CSC 7300 Algorithms Design and Analysis Heaps 1 Heaps Given a set S of data with ordered keys Support two main operations Insert Extract-min Decrease-key 2 Binary Heap A binary heap is a binary tree that satisfies both: (1) Shape Property All levels
School: LSU
Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
CSC 7300 Dynamic Programming 1 Dynamic Programming Greedy algorithms, work on sequential choice and recursively solve smaller problems For some problems, this sequential choice may not directly work. The strategy has to be generalized, to work with qual
School: LSU
Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
CSC 7300 NP-Completeness 1 About this Lecture What is NP ? How to check if a problem is in NP ? The problem is alternatively referred as Language, and each problem instance as a particular string belonging to the language Cook-Levin Theorem Showing o
School: LSU
Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
Single-Source Shortest Path Let G = (V,E) be a weighted graph the edges in G have weights can be directed/undirected can be connected/disconnected Let s be a special vertex, called source Target: For each vertex v, compute the length of shortest path
School: LSU
Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
CSC 7300 Greedy Algorithms 1 About this lecture Introduce Greedy Algorithm Look at some problems solvable by Greedy Algorithm 2 Coin Changing Suppose that in a certain country, the coin dominations consist of: $1, $2, $5, $10 You want to design an alg
School: LSU
Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
CSC7300 Algorithms Design and Analysis Lecture 3: Lower Bounds, Sorting in Linear Time, Order Statistics 1 Lower Bounds Lower bound of any comparison sorting algorithm applies to insertion sort, selection sort, merge sort, heapsort, quicksort, does not
School: LSU
Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
CSC 7300 Graph Algorithms Graph Algorithms Representation of Graph Adjacency List, Adjacency Matrix Depth First Search Topological Sort Strongly Connected Components Graph 2 2 3 3 4 4 1 5 undirected 1 5 directed Adjacency List (1) For each vertex u,
School: LSU
Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
CSC 7300 : Lecture 7 Hashing, Pattern Matching Hashing Problem Let U = cfw_ 1, 2, , u be a universe S = n distinct keys chosen from U The Hashing Problem : To store S such that the following operations can be done efficiently : Search(x, S) : Is x in S ?
School: LSU
Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
CSC 7300 Algorithm Design and Anal ysis Lecture 2 1 This lecture . Growth functions Recurrences Quicksort 2 Merge Sort (Recap) The following is a C-style pseudo-code for Merge So rt. The subroutine MERGE(A,p,q,r) is missing. This can be done by creatin
School: LSU
Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
CSC 7300 Algorithms Design and Analysis Week 1 Overview + Growth functions 1 Overview General Information Scope Textbook Assessment 2 General Information Web page: http:/csc.lsu.edu/~rahul/7300 Instructor: Rahul Shah <rahul@csc.lsu.edu> Office hours W
School: LSU
Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
CSC 7300 Algorithms Design and An alysis Lecture 4: Divide and Conquer, Amortization, Binary Search Trees 1 Divide and Conquer Review: Median / Selection Inversion Pairs Closest Pair Polynomial Multiplication 2 Inversion Pairs Given a sequence of n disti
School: LSU
Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
Probability & Expectation Lecture 3- supplement 1 About this lecture What is Probability? What is an Event? What is a Random Variable? What is Expectation or Average Value of a Random Variable? Useful Thm: Linearity of Expectation 2 Experiment and Sampl
School: LSU
Course: Comp Sci With C
CSC 1253 Section 2 Assignment 5 (20 points) DUE: Thursday, October 22nd LATE: Friday, October 23rd Fall 2015 Submitted electronically before 8:00 AM OK late before 8:00 AM no penalty Student Performance Objectives: Review: Nested repetition (sentinel-cont
School: LSU
Course: Comp Sci With C
CSC 1253 Sentinel Control Sentinel-Controlled Good Advice: Use a constant for the sentinel value int SENTINEL = -1; cout < Welcome to the Area (circle) Calculator\n; cout < Enter radius or -1 to end the program; cin > radius; while (radius != -1) cfw_ /
School: LSU
Course: O-O Design
Esha Somavarapu & Aanchal Gupta 100 120 150 42 When k=2, the running time is 14822000 ns 100 120 150 42 When k=4, the running time is 15484000 ns 100 120 150 42 When k=6, the running time is 15546000 ns 100 120 150 42 When k=8, the running time is 1598800
School: LSU
Course: O-O Design
-9- Practice Questions (not homework) for short in-class Quiz on Tuesday Jan 21. Your answers must be to the point. 1. What is a permutation? Give the number of permutations of cfw_0, 1, 2, 3, 4 (dont give a formula) and an example which is not a permutat
School: LSU
Course: O-O Design
SentinelLoop MaxValue System.out.print(Enteralistofnumberfollowedby1000>); doublenum=cin.nextDouble(); doublemax=num; While(num1=1000) If(num>max) max=num; num=cin.nextDouble(); input: 9070951000 num max 90 90 70 95 95 1000 Sum System.out.print(Enteralist
School: LSU
Course: Intr Databse Mgt Sys
Answer Key to CSC4402 Homework4 Due Wednesday October 26, 2011 Entity- Relationship modeling: 1[30%]. Question 7.2 (page 316) of the text book: Consider a database used to record the marks that students get in different exams of different course offerings
School: LSU
Course: Intr Databse Mgt Sys
Answer Key to CSC4402 Homework 3 Due Monday 9-26-2011 The following is the schema for a database about a company and its employees, projects, training courses offered, employees participation in the projects, and course enrollments (the primary key attrib
School: LSU
Course: Intr Databse Mgt Sys
Answer Key to CSC4402 Homework 2 I. Due Monday September 19, 2011 Following is the logical schema for the Professor-Student database, describing professors, students, and the relationship "serving-on-the committee" between the professors and students. The
School: LSU
Course: Comp Sci With C
CSC 1253 Sentinel Control Sentinel-Controlled Good Advice: Use a constant for the sentinel value int SENTINEL = -1; cout < Welcome to the Area (circle) Calculator\n; cout < Enter radius or -1 to end the program; cin > radius; while (radius != -1) cfw_ /
School: LSU
Course: O-O Design
Esha Somavarapu & Aanchal Gupta 100 120 150 42 When k=2, the running time is 14822000 ns 100 120 150 42 When k=4, the running time is 15484000 ns 100 120 150 42 When k=6, the running time is 15546000 ns 100 120 150 42 When k=8, the running time is 1598800
School: LSU
Course: O-O Design
SentinelLoop MaxValue System.out.print(Enteralistofnumberfollowedby1000>); doublenum=cin.nextDouble(); doublemax=num; While(num1=1000) If(num>max) max=num; num=cin.nextDouble(); input: 9070951000 num max 90 90 70 95 95 1000 Sum System.out.print(Enteralist
School: LSU
Course: COMP SCI I-MJRS
+3, 6- Eﬁ‘mnas . \‘mE6 1% who\& mmer wxﬂou‘l“ Fmdnom( (am cXOuMQ 2.3 ‘ n ml] RN Imamr ”’ Com/enJvfons 0F NOUMWB IAenkﬁe/r 7“ #1563th ' ".— COn$+CKh+S ’. Ar'rkaeﬁc Opem’rowct Ordu 0P Opera-Hons ’5 In cmmm‘k/ DacrOnen‘l‘ ‘7“ SEAJCLr‘a/ ‘PLAACHOA '7’ 9*:qu M
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Course: Computers In Society
Components, networks, internet notes CSC 1100 Chapter 1- intro to computers [info to be put up on moodle] Computer- an electronic device, operating under the control of instructions stored in its own memory, that can accept data, process data according to
School: LSU
Course: Computers In Society
Number bases Notes Decimal (0-9): base 10 o 34561 1 is in the ones place, its base is 10- 1*10^0=1 6 is in the ones place, 6*10^1=60 Binary (0,1): base 2 o Can only use the digits 0 or 1 Ex: 101011 Ones: 1*2^0=1 Twos: 1*2^1=2 Fours: 0*2^2=0 Eight:
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Course: Computers In Society
Discovering Computers 2012 Your Interactive Guide to the Digital World Objectives Overview See Discovering Computers 2012: 2 Objectives Overview See Discovering Computers 2012: 3 A World of Computers Computers are everywhere Page Discovering Computers 201
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Course: Computers In Society
Discovering Computers 2012 Your Interactive Guide to the Digital World Objectives Overview See Discovering Computers 2012: 2 Objectives Overview See Discovering Computers 2012: 3 The Internet The Internet is a worldwide collection of networks that links m
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Course: Computers In Society
Discovering Computers 2012 Your Interactive Guide to the Digital World Objectives Overview See Discovering Computers 2012: 2 Objectives Overview See Discovering Computers 2012: 3 What Is Input? Input is any data and instructions entered into the memory of
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Course: Computers In Society
Discovering Computers 2012 Your Interactive Guide to the Digital World Objectives Overview See Discovering Computers 2012: 2 Objectives Overview See Discovering Computers 2012: 3 The System Unit The system unit is a case that contains electronic component
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Course: Computers In Society
Discovering Computers 2012 Your Interactive Guide to the Digital World Objectives Overview See Discovering Computers 2012: 2 Objectives Overview See Discovering Computers 2012: 3 What Is Output? Output is data that has been processed into a useful form Pa
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Course: Computers In Society
Discovering Computers 2012 Your Interactive Guide to the Digital World Objectives Overview See Discovering Computers 2012: 2 Objectives Overview See Discovering Computers 2012: 3 Application Software Application software consists of programs designed to m
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Course: Computers In Society
ComputersinSociety RFIDS HowLCDSwork VideoonLCDSwiki&LCDS Binoarynumbertoadecimarynumber Knowchapters Especiallyinternetstuff Lecture? Textbooks Answer19 8belowthatanswer4 homeworksstillavailableonmoodle harddrive domainname IPaddress Application Output I
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Course: Computers In Society
ComputersinSociety 17:53 ThePlanningPhase Scrum Userstoryfictionalstoryabouthowyouwantthingstowork. Productownercomesupwiththeseuserstories Imperativeprogrammingcommandsthataltarstate. Thestatethecomputerisinwillchangethroughoutcommands Ex.Intx=2 Algorith
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Course: Programming Languages
Data Abstraction and OO Textbook: Chapter 9 (incl. CD material) 1 Data Abstraction and OO Modules or Objects/Classes Reduces conceptual load by modularizing code Contains faults to small parts of code Makes program components more independent 2 Why OO? Gr
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Course: Programming Languages
Multidimensional Arrays as Parameters In C/C+ void fun (int matrix [][10]) cfw_ / . int main () cfw_ int mat [5][10]; . fun (mat); . 1 Multidimensional Arrays as Parameters In Ada type MTYPE is array (INTEGER range <> INTEGER range <>) of FLOAT; MAT : M
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Course: Programming Languages
Subroutines and Control Abstraction Textbook, Chapter 8 1 Subroutines and Control Abstraction Mechanisms for process abstraction Single entry (except FORTRAN, PL/I) Caller is suspended Control returns to caller 2 Design Issues Syntax, type checking Parame
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Course: Adv Data Structures
CSC3102 AdvDataStructures&Algorithm Analysis Lecture2:Sorting 1 Previously, Wesawthatifanarrayissorted,wecansearch fasterusingabinarysearch BinarySearch(A,i,j,x) k=midpointofrangeA[i.j] IfA[k]>=x,searchinA[1.k] ElsesearchinA[k+1,j] Butthisneedsustos
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Course: Adv Data Structures
PatternMatching a b a c a a b 1 a b PatternMatching b c a a b 4 a a 3 2 c a b 1 Strings Astringisasequenceof characters Examplesofstrings: C+program HTMLdocument DNAsequence Digitizedimage Analphabet isthesetof possiblecharactersfora familyofstrings Examp
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Course: Adv Data Structures
CSC 3102: Data Structures and Algorithms Analysis Binary Trees Dr Frank Ler o knarf@cct.lsu.edu Center for Computation and Technology Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA Sep 18 2014 Frank Ler o CSC 3102: Data Structures and Algorithms Analysis Sep
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Course: Adv Data Structures
SkipLists S3 S2 15 S1 15 23 15 23 S0 11/19/1412:27 SkipLists 10 36 1 OutlineandReading Whatisaskiplist(8.4) Operations Search(8.4.1) Insertion(8.4.2) Deletion(8.4.2) Implementation Analysis(8.4.3) Spaceusage Searchandupdatetimes 11/19/1412:27 SkipList
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Course: Adv Data Structures
CSC3102 AdvDataStructandAlgorithms Analysis Heap,Heapsort 1 Aboutthislecture IntroduceBinaryHeap ShapePropertyandHeapProperty HeapOperations Heapsort:UseHeaptoSort Fixingheappropertyforallnodes UseArraytorepresentHeap IntroducePriorityQueue 2 Binar
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Course: Adv Data Structures
HashTables 0 1 2 3 4 2004Goodrich,Tamassia HashTables 0256120001 9811010002 4512290004 1 Dictionary(Map)ADT(8.1) Dictionary/MapADTmethods: get(k):ifthemapMhasanentrywithkeyk,return itsassoiciatedvalue;else,returnnull put(k,v):insertentry(k,v)intothemapM;i
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Course: Adv Data Structures
CSC3102 AdvDataStructuresand AlgorithmsAnalysis GeneralInfo,Scope, Textbook,Assessment, 1 GeneralInformation Webpage: http:/www.csc.lsu.edu/~rahul/3102 Instructor:RahulShah rahul@csc.lsu.edu TA/Grader:JaceCourville,SudipBiswas jcour5@tigers.lsu.edu,s
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Course: Adv Data Structures
CSC 3102: Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms Analysis Linked lists, Stacks, Queues Dr Frank Ler o knarf@cct.lsu.edu Department of Computer Science amd Engineering Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA Sep 02 2014 Frank Ler o CSC 3102: Advanced
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Course: Adv Data Structures
CSC3102 AdvDataStructuresandAlgorithm Analysis Lecture3 1 Thislecture. Analysisofalgorithms:Growthfunctions Quicksort 2 Part1 IntroduceAsymptoticNotation (),(),(),(),() 3 RunningTime Easiertoanalyze Crucialtoapplicationssuchasgames, financeandroboti
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Course: Adv Data Structures
CSC3102 DataStructures AVLTree 1 Aboutthislecture Ageneralbinarysearchtree(BST)doesnothavegood worstcaseperformancesinceitsheightcanbe(n) Inthislecture,wediscussabalancedBSTcalledAVL tree,whoseheight=O(logn) QueryisdoneinO(logn)time Moreinvolvedupdates
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CSC3102 DynamicProgramming 1 DynamicProgramming Greedyalgorithms,workonsequentialchoiceandrecursively solvesmallerproblems Forsomeproblems,thissequentialchoicemaynotdirectlywork. Thestrategyhastobegeneralized,toworkwithqualified sequentialchoice,andsele
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Course: - Software System Development
1 Rental Move-In and Move-Out Checklist Instructions: Tenant(s) should complete this checklist within 24 hours of moving in. The tenant(s) and landlord or property manager should review the property, complete, and sign this checklist as a mutual agreement
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Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
CSC 7300 Algorithms Design and Analysis Heaps 1 Heaps Given a set S of data with ordered keys Support two main operations Insert Extract-min Decrease-key 2 Binary Heap A binary heap is a binary tree that satisfies both: (1) Shape Property All levels
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CSC 7300 Dynamic Programming 1 Dynamic Programming Greedy algorithms, work on sequential choice and recursively solve smaller problems For some problems, this sequential choice may not directly work. The strategy has to be generalized, to work with qual
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Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
CSC 7300 NP-Completeness 1 About this Lecture What is NP ? How to check if a problem is in NP ? The problem is alternatively referred as Language, and each problem instance as a particular string belonging to the language Cook-Levin Theorem Showing o
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Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
Single-Source Shortest Path Let G = (V,E) be a weighted graph the edges in G have weights can be directed/undirected can be connected/disconnected Let s be a special vertex, called source Target: For each vertex v, compute the length of shortest path
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Course: ALGORTHM DSGN & ANLY
CSC 7300 Greedy Algorithms 1 About this lecture Introduce Greedy Algorithm Look at some problems solvable by Greedy Algorithm 2 Coin Changing Suppose that in a certain country, the coin dominations consist of: $1, $2, $5, $10 You want to design an alg
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CSC7300 Algorithms Design and Analysis Lecture 3: Lower Bounds, Sorting in Linear Time, Order Statistics 1 Lower Bounds Lower bound of any comparison sorting algorithm applies to insertion sort, selection sort, merge sort, heapsort, quicksort, does not
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CSC 7300 Graph Algorithms Graph Algorithms Representation of Graph Adjacency List, Adjacency Matrix Depth First Search Topological Sort Strongly Connected Components Graph 2 2 3 3 4 4 1 5 undirected 1 5 directed Adjacency List (1) For each vertex u,
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CSC 7300 : Lecture 7 Hashing, Pattern Matching Hashing Problem Let U = cfw_ 1, 2, , u be a universe S = n distinct keys chosen from U The Hashing Problem : To store S such that the following operations can be done efficiently : Search(x, S) : Is x in S ?
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CSC 7300 Algorithm Design and Anal ysis Lecture 2 1 This lecture . Growth functions Recurrences Quicksort 2 Merge Sort (Recap) The following is a C-style pseudo-code for Merge So rt. The subroutine MERGE(A,p,q,r) is missing. This can be done by creatin
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CSC 7300 Algorithms Design and Analysis Week 1 Overview + Growth functions 1 Overview General Information Scope Textbook Assessment 2 General Information Web page: http:/csc.lsu.edu/~rahul/7300 Instructor: Rahul Shah <rahul@csc.lsu.edu> Office hours W
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CSC 7300 Algorithms Design and An alysis Lecture 4: Divide and Conquer, Amortization, Binary Search Trees 1 Divide and Conquer Review: Median / Selection Inversion Pairs Closest Pair Polynomial Multiplication 2 Inversion Pairs Given a sequence of n disti
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Probability & Expectation Lecture 3- supplement 1 About this lecture What is Probability? What is an Event? What is a Random Variable? What is Expectation or Average Value of a Random Variable? Useful Thm: Linearity of Expectation 2 Experiment and Sampl
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Course: O-O Design
-9- Practice Questions (not homework) for short in-class Quiz on Tuesday Jan 21. Your answers must be to the point. 1. What is a permutation? Give the number of permutations of cfw_0, 1, 2, 3, 4 (dont give a formula) and an example which is not a permutat
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Course: - Software System Development
SOFTWARE TESTING Testers Job: Find as many faults of different kinds as he can. Certify some kind of quality measure for the software based on the test results, meaning he must carefully select test cases, and evaluate the test results. Software testing
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Course: - Software System Development
CSC-4330 SOFTWARE SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT Dr. Sukhamay Kundu Computer Science Dept, Louisiana state University Baton Rouge, LA 70803 287 Coates, 8-2246, Off. Hours: 15:30-5:00 MW kundu@csc.lsu.edu Fall, 2010 (copyright@2008) 1.2 SOFTWARE: A FINAL END-PRODUCT
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FINITE-STATE MODEL OF OPERATIONS IN A SOFTWARE Why Make a Finite-State Model (FSM): It shows which high-level, user-operations can apply following other operations. A nite-state model of a program P is an abstraction of it. It highlights the operations a
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A CAR-REPAIR-SHOP ER-MODEL Cardinality Constraints: The numbers 2:3 next to MECHANICS indicate each mechanic participates in at least 2 and at most 3 instances of HANDLES relationship. The numbers 1:2 next to REPAIR_TYPES indicate each repairtype particip
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THE ONTOLOGICAL WORLD-VIEW Objects: An world is made of objects; objects have static (structural) and and dynamic (behavioral, time-dependent) properties. A database can represent both static and dynamic views of the world. Objects may be physical or abst
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Course: - Software System Development
Homework: MIDDLETON LIBRARY ELEVATOR CONTROLPANEL DESIGN Shown below are just the oor-buttons but not the "push" buttons, brail-marks, etc. Some of the control buttons (close/open, etc) are shown as lled-in without the specic marks. 4 4 3 4 1 3 2 3 B 1 2
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CITY-WIDE BUS-TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM ER-MODEL DRIVERS (Dr#, DrName, Address, Tel, DrLic#, LicState, LicExpDate) DR-SCHEDULES (startDate, EndDate) BUSES (Lic#, Model, Make, Cost, PurchDate, DealerName) ROUTES (Rt#, fromStop, toStop) REPAIR-WORK-ORDERS (Orde
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FINITE-STATE MODEL, DATAFLOW MODEL, AND ENTITY-RELATIONSHIP MODEL FOR BUILDING AND ANALYZING REQUIREMENTS 3.2 ENTITY-RELATIONSHIP DATA-MODEL FINES&LOANDURATIONS ALL-BOOKS (in circulation) SEARCH& USE-STATS BORROWS 0:1 BOOKS-HL (on hold or loan) 0:1 0:n CU
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RELATION AND RELATIONAL OPERATIONS Relation: A table with a distinct name for each column (attribute). Each attribute Ai has associated with it a domain Di of possible values that may appear in that column. Each row of the table is a tuple of attribute va
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EQUIVALENT AND REDUNDANT FUNCTIONAL DEPENDENCIES Assume we are given a schema R and a set of fds on Attrb(R). Closure of a Set of Attributes Based on A Set of FDs: For each non-empty X Attrb(R), X + = cfw_Y Attrb(R): XY ; X + is called the closure of X. H
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REFLECTION Re-examination of a set of facts/events from different perspectives. Objective is to go beyond the actual facts/events and get a perspective-view that will help in future to do things better even in a different situation. Reection often invo
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BUSINESS ANALYST: A BRIDGE Business side of an Enterprise (business needs) BUSINESS ANALYST Information Technology People/Group (functional requirement) BA forms a bridge, a liaison, between business-unit and IT-solution team. The BA acts as a business pr
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Course: - Software System Development
CSC 4330 - Software System Development (a service-learning course), Fall-2011 17:10-20:00 M, 109 Coates Hall, LSU INSTRUCTOR: GRADER: Dr. S. Kundu (kundu@csc.lsu.edu) Mr. Emran Chowdhury (mchowd3@tigers.lsu.edu) 287 Coates, 8-2246 ? Coates, ?-? Off. Hrs:
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GETTING STARTED WITH SERVICE-LEARNING PROJECT 1. Get Organized. Keep good record of each meeting (both for your client and your own-group), with a clear agenda for each meeting. It should help to identify the tasks to be completed before the next meeting
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Course: Computer Science II With C++
UsingLibraryAlgorithms Lectures15and16 HartmutKaiser hkaiser@cct.lsu.edu http:/www.cct.lsu.edu/hkaiser/fall_2011/csc1254.html 2 CSC1254, Fall2011, Using Library Algorithms 10/17/ 2011 Lecture 15, 10/19/ 2011 Lecture AvoidCreatingaYAGNI(Youarentgoingto 16
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Course: Computer Science II With C++
Implementingvector<> Lecture26 HartmutKaiser hkaiser@cct.lsu.edu http:/www.cct.lsu.edu/hkaiser/fall_2011/csc1254.html 2 Vector CSC1254, Fall2011, Implementi ng vector<> 12/01/ 2011, Lecture s26 Vectoristhemostusefulcontainer Compactlystoreselementsofagive
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Course: Computer Science II With C++
Implementing vector<> Lecture 26 Hartmut Kaiser hkaiser@cct.lsu.edu http:/www.cct.lsu.edu/hkaiser/fall_2011/csc1254.html 2 CSC1254, Fall 2011, Implementing vector<> 12/01/2011, Lectures 26 Vector Vector is the most useful container Simple Compactly store
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Course: Databases
CSC4402 Mid-Term Exam Note: (1). (2). This is a close-book test. Wednesday 10-14-2009 Please do NOT give alternative answers to questions in III and IV. I(15%). Briey answer the following questions. (1) (2) (3) Briey describe ONE important advantage of us
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Course: Computers In Society
CSC- TEST 1 1/23/12 Need book for lab! Microsoft office 2010 Introductory by Garry B Shelly & Misty E Vermaat ISBN-13: 9781439078389 ISBN-10: 1439078386 Book for lecture! Discovering Computers Complete ISBN-13: 9781111530327 ISBN-10: 1111530327 Chapter 1:
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Course: COMP SCI I-MJRS
CSC 1350 Pre-Exam # 1 September 16, 2014 Section 1/2 NAME: Blue book is required. Fill in the information on the cover of your blue book and on the exam sheet. Answer Exercises 1 and 4 on the exam sheet and all other exercises in your blue book. Calcul
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CSc 1350: 5.4 & 5.7 Supplement Control Structures: Selection II Nested if Statements if with Compound Logical Expressions Further Examples 1 Nested if Statement A nested if statement is an if statement that has at least one if statement in its body. Ex
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CSC 1350 Pre-Exam # 1 September 16, 2014 Section 1/2 NAME: This is the hands-on programming part of your exam. Do not open any application on your computer other than Netbeans. This exam is an open book exam but no borrowing of textbook is allowed duri
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Quadratic Solver CSc 1350: Programming Project # 2 Solving Quadratic Equations Out: 9/21 Due: 10/6 by 11:50 PM Learning Objectives Using Conditional Statements, Using Logical Operators, Using Standard Math Class methods, Using Basic Arithmetic Operato
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Course: Operating Systems Concepts
CSC 4103 Final Exam Chapter 10 1. A(n) _ file is a sequence of functions. A) text B) source C) object D) executable 2. A(n) _ file is a sequence of bytes organized into blocks understandable by the system's linker. A) text B) source C) object D) executabl
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Course: Operating Systems Concepts
Chapter 6 1. A race condition _. A) results when several threads try to access the same data concurrently B) results when several threads try to access and modify the same data concurrently C) will result only if the outcome of execution does not depend o
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Course: Operating Systems Concepts
Chapter 4 _ is a thread library for Solaris that maps many user-level threads to one kernel thread. >Green threads Pthreads refers to _. >a specification for thread behavior. The _ multithreading model multiplexes many user-level threads to a smaller or e
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Course: Operating Systems Concepts
Chapter 3 1. The _ of a process contains temporary data such as function parameters, return addresses, and local variables. A) text section B) data section C) program counter D) stack 2. A process control block _. A) includes information on the process's
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Course: Operating Systems Concepts
Chapter: Chapter 2 Multiple Choice 1. A _ is an example of a systems program. A) command interpreter B) Web browser C) text formatter D) database system 2. If a program terminates abnormally, a dump of memory may be examined by a _ to determine the cause
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Course: - Software System Development
Company Name Test Plan Revision C For more Testing/QA Templates please visit http:/www.softwaretestinghelp.com Revision History DATE 5/14/07 5/21/07 5/25/07 REV A B C AUTHOR DESCRIPTION First Draft Second Draft Added FTBT Table of Contents 1. Introduction
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Course: Computers In Society
Exam 3 Material What is storage? Holds data, instructions, and information for future use Storage medium is physical material used for storage o Also called secondary storage What is capacity? Number of bytes (characters) a storage medium can hold o Ki
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Course: Computers In Society
Practice Final Exam Questions Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. _ 1. Which of the following is not true about storage media and devices? d. Writing is the process of transferring items from stor
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Course: Computers In Society
Exam 4 Material What is a computer security risk? Event or action that causes loss or damage to computer system What are viruses, worms, and Trojan horses? Virus is a potentially damaging computer program o Can spread and damage files Worm copies itsel
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Course: Computers In Society
Chapter 1 Introduction to Computers Quiz True/False 1. Many people believe that computer literacy is vital to success in todays world. TRUE 2. Hardware consists of a series of instructions that tells the computer what actions to perform and how to perform
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Course: Telecomm Networks
DS ARL 2000/2001 Dpartement Tlcommunications : services & usages DS ARL : rseaux LAN, MAN et industriels. 4TC du 19 janvier 2001 2h documents autoriss 1. Ethernet et Ethernet dterministe : Soit un rseau Ethernet 10 Mbit/s grce auquel 4 stations distantes
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Test4Final MISSED A DAY 11/3/10 Chapter 11 Internet and Network Attacks How does an antivirus program inoculate a program file? Records information about program such as file size and creation data Uses information to detect if virus tampers with file Att
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Course: Computers In Society
Information Processing Cycle-series of input, process, output, and storage activities Garbage in, garbage out-points out that the accuracy of a computers output depends on the accuracy of the input (if you do not use the flash on a digital camera indoors,
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Course: Computers In Society
MidtermReview Whatisacomputer? Datavs.information Internetservices(www,voIP, Mcommerce B2B B2C C2C Motherboard Pipelining Machinecycleand4stepinmachinecycle Howprocessorspeedismeasured ConvertfromGBtoMBtoKBetc. Differenttypesoftouchscreendevices 2differen
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Course: Computers In Society
Components,networks,internet 5/6/124:47PM CSC1100 Chapter1introtocomputers [infotobeputuponmoodle] Computeranelectronicdevice,operatingunderthecontrolofinstructionsstoredinits ownmemory,thatcanacceptdata,processdataaccordingtospecificrules,produce result
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Course: Computers In Society
CommunicationNetwork: Whatiscomputercommunication? Thetransferofdatabetweentwodevices LAN/WAN/MAN LANLocalAreaNetworkanetworkinlimitedgeographicalareasuchashomeor officebuilding,Individualcomputersareknownasnodes. WANWideAreaNetworknetworkthatcoverslarge
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Course: Comp Sci 11 With C
/* @file queuetest.cpp @author William E. Duncan @date 2005-11-15 Description: linked-list-based queue implementation. Course: CS1254.02 Logon ID: cs1254xx Lab #: 6 Instructor: William Duncan @comment Do not modify this file in anyway. It is intended to t
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Course: Comp Sci 11 With C
/* */ @file complextest.cpp @author William Duncan @date 2005-10-01 Description: program to test the complex class implementation Course: CS1254.02 Logon ID: cs1254xx Lab #: 2 Instructor: William Duncan #include <iostream> #include "complex.h" #include <c
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/* */ @file qsorttest.cpp @author William Duncan @date 2005-10-01 Description: This program measures the runtime for the qsort algorithm. Course: CS1254.02 Logon ID: cs1254xx Lab #: 3 Instructor: William Duncan <iostream> <cstdlib> <sys/time.h> <iomanip>
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Course: Comp Sci 11 With C
William Duncan <duncan@bit.csc.lsu.edu> 12/05/2004 08:51 PM To: "Erin Olander" <eoland1@paws.lsu.edu>, "CSC 1254 Fall 2004":; cc: bcc: Mariel Losso/mlosso1/LSU Subject: Re: cs1254 practice exam question Yes. The formulas I took of a book
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Course: Programming Languages
Homework 2 CSC 4101, Fall 2011 Due: 30 September 2011 1. (10 pts) Consider the following grammar for variable and class declarations in Java: <Decl> -> <VarDecl> | <ClassDecl> <VarDecl> -> <Modifiers> <Type> <VarDec> SEM <ClassDecl> -> <Modifiers> CLASS I
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Course: Programming Languages Structure
Homework 2 CSC 7101, Spring 2011 Due: 28 February 2011 1. (5 pts) What set of states does the formula x.x = 3 characterize? What set of states does the formula x.x = x characterize? Explain your answers. 2. (10 pts) Which of the following Hoare triples ar
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Course: Operating Systems
Fall 2009 CSC 4103 Operating Systems Homework Assignment #2 The due date is: September 29th, Tuesday, before the class. Late submission is not allowed. Problem 1: Problem 2: Problem 3: Which of the following scheduling algorithms could result in starvatio
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Course: Programming Languages
Homework 1 CSC 4101, Fall 2011 Due: 8 September 2011 1. (10 pts) Draw binary tree diagrams for each of the following Scheme expressions: (a) (a (b c) d e) (b) (a b) (c d) e) (c) (a (b (c (d (e f) () (d) () () (e) (a b) c) d (e f) g) 2. (10 pts) Show the r
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Course: Programming Languages
Homework 3 CSC 4101, Fall 2011 Due: 25 October 2011 1. (10 pts) Suppose we had support for multimethods in Java instead of or in addition to overloading. Explain how you would implement the pretty printer of Project 1 using multimethods instead of having
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Course: ADVANCED OPERATING SYSTEMS
Assignment 2 Due Date 4 weeks (5 points) 1. Can any precedence graph may be implemented by fork/join construct? Proof? 2. Show by example that all precedence graphs cannot be implemented only by cobegin/coend construct. Characterize the precedence graphs
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Course: Programming Languages
Homework 4 Solutions 1. The stack contains the following activation records: main Foo B flag = 0 D B flag = 1 A C For each activation record, the dynamic link points to the activation record directly above. The static links point to the activation record
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Course: Comp Sci With C
CSC 1253 Section 2 Assignment 5 (20 points) DUE: Thursday, October 22nd LATE: Friday, October 23rd Fall 2015 Submitted electronically before 8:00 AM OK late before 8:00 AM no penalty Student Performance Objectives: Review: Nested repetition (sentinel-cont
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Course: Intr Databse Mgt Sys
Answer Key to CSC4402 Homework4 Due Wednesday October 26, 2011 Entity- Relationship modeling: 1[30%]. Question 7.2 (page 316) of the text book: Consider a database used to record the marks that students get in different exams of different course offerings
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Course: Intr Databse Mgt Sys
Answer Key to CSC4402 Homework 3 Due Monday 9-26-2011 The following is the schema for a database about a company and its employees, projects, training courses offered, employees participation in the projects, and course enrollments (the primary key attrib
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Course: Intr Databse Mgt Sys
Answer Key to CSC4402 Homework 2 I. Due Monday September 19, 2011 Following is the logical schema for the Professor-Student database, describing professors, students, and the relationship "serving-on-the committee" between the professors and students. The
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Course: Numerical Methods
%Problem #2 function value = fcn(t,v) value = 9.80.0031*v^ 2; end function value = trapez(a,b, h,v0) n=(b-a)/h; v=zeros(1, n+1); t=a:h:b; v(1)=v0; for i=2:n+1 vtilde=v(i1)+h*fcn(t(i -1),v(i-1); v(i)=v(i- 1)+ (h/2)*[fcn(t( i-1),v(i-1) + fcn(t(i),vtild e)];
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Course: Numerical Methods
%PROBLEM #1 -> L=[1 0 0; 1 1 0; -1 -2 1]; U=[1 1 -1; 0 1 -1; 0 0 2]; A=L*U; n=3; b=[1,1,2]'; Answer=A\ b y(1)=b(1)/L (1,1); for i=2:n s=b(i); for j=1:i1 s=sL(i,j)*y(j); end y(i)=s/L(i,i); end x(n)=y(n)/U (n,n); for i=n1:-1:1 s=y(i); for j=i+1:n s=sU(i,j)*
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Course: Numerical Methods
Problem 1(a) > for i=1:5 A(i,1) = simps(0,1,2^i); A(i,2) = pi - A(i,1); if (i>1) A(i,3)=A(i-1,2)/A(i,2); end end > A n Sn Error(Sn) error ratio 2 3.13333333333333 0.00825932025645981 4 3.14156862745098 2.40261388126939e-005 343.763944795662 8 3.1415925024
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Course: Numerical Methods
CSC 2262 Homework Assignment 4 Rahul Shah rahul@csc.lsu.edu 70 points Due: 4/14/15 in class 1: Simpsons Rule (20 points) Evaluate following integrals using Simpsons Rule and Corrected Simpsons Rule(or Richardson Extrapolation in case the corrected Simpson
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Course: Numerical Methods
aim s: \+—Lx ——'—><°=+.Lxs,§_><‘t+ 7 XS“ 2' x6 3 ‘5 16 V2.3 E ’73:; at $712 ‘HML mast '3 '- 3’1 —~ ‘- C05 (X) 1* _._ + .— ' " + v-‘ .- ‘r ' - - " 3 S' 7 \‘ T‘— _. ,LA, 32- ’ «y )— ——.). — ' I” ‘2 ’\ 3 3 /7 ‘I .n L} p-lf "\S— i ‘0 Q.ch~a.07 ) «HHL huff *
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Course: Computers In Society
Homework 3 Q1. Explain what Computer Communications is. (10) Computer Communication is a process in which two or more computers or devices transfer data, instructions, and information. Q2. What are the 3 different types of Network topology? Illustrate th
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Course: Computers In Society
Chapter1IntroductiontoComputers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Manypeoplebelievethatcomputerliteracyisvitaltosuccessin todaysworld. Softwareconsistsofaseriesofinstructionsthattellsthecomputer whatactionstoperformandhowtoperformthem
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Course: COMP SCI I-MJRS
An Equation of Motion CSc 1253: Programming Project # 1 Loan Amortization Out: 9/10 Due: 9/19 by 11:50 PM Learning Objectives writing a basic interactive Java program using standard Math class methods formatting output Denition 1. In business, amortiza
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Course: Numerical Methods
CSC 2262 Homework Assignment 3 Rahul Shah rahul@csc.lsu.edu 50 points Due: 3/26/13 in class 1: Interpolation and Approximation (30 points) 2 Consider the function f (x) = ex . Now, consider approximating this function using interpolating polynomial. Choos
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Course: Computers In Society
Erika Wells CSC 1100 Homework 3 Due date Monday 2nd April 2012 Q1. Computer Communication is a process in which two or more computers or devices transfer data, instructions, and information. Q2. A Network Topology is a layout of devices in a network. 3 di
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Course: Computers In Society
CSC 1100 Homework 2 Due date 3/7/2012 1) Explain what the processor (CPU) does. Describe the components of the CPU. a. The central processing unit interprets carries out the basic instructions that operate a computer. The components of the CPU include the
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Course: Computers In Society
Chelsea Clouatre CSC1100 Spring 2012 Homework 1 Due date: 02/10/2012 1) Explain what a computer is, and give examples of some input, and output devices. Explain the difference between analog and digital signals(20) a. A computer is an electronic operating
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Course: Programming Languages Structure
Homework 5 CSC 7101, Spring 2011 Due: 4 May 2011 This homework is just for practice. You dont need to hand it in. 1. Consider Dijkstras guarded conditional: c := if be 1 c 1 [] be 2 c 2 [] be 3 c 3 fi where if and fi are keywords, be i are boolean express
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Course: Programming Languages Structure
Homework 4 CSC 7101, Spring 2011 Due: 27 April 2011 1. Translate our operational semantics rules into Prolog clauses. Represent syntactic constructs using functors. E.g., the if-statement could be represented as ifThenElse(B,C0,C1). Represent the three di
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Course: Programming Languages Structure
Homework 3 CSC 7101, Spring 2011 Due: 14 March 2011 1. Consider a standard programming language (say, like C or Pascal). Suppose we have dened the context sensitive syntax of this language using attribute grammars in the same manner as what we discussed i
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Course: Compiler Construction
HW 4: Basic Blocks CSC 4351, Spring 2011 Due: 2 May 2011 1. Solve problems 8.1 and 8.2(c) on p. 174 in the textbook. For nding the rewrite rules for 8.1, you might want to have a look at the code in Canon.Canon. When rewriting 8.2(c), indicate for every s
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Course: Compiler Construction
HW 3: Intermediate Code CSC 4351, Spring 2011 Due: 11 April 2011 1. Suppose we change the Tiger language to use Adas copy-in-copy-out parameter passing mechanism. If a parameter is declared with the keywords in out, it uses copy-in-copy-out. Otherwise, we
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Course: Compiler Construction
HW 2: Syntax Analysis CSC 4351, Spring 2011 Due: 28 February 2011 1. Context free grammars, LL and LR parsing Consider the following simple context free grammars: Grammar G1 G A$ A A bAb Grammar G2 G A$ A A Abb The start symbols are G, the nonterminals ar
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Course: Compiler Construction
HW 1: Lexical Analysis CSC 4351, Spring 2011 Due: 21 February 2011 1. Certain assemblers form their integer literals in the following way. Binary literals consist of one or more binary digits (0, 1) followed by the letter B; e.g., 10110B. Octal literals c
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Course: Comp Sci 11 With C
Naive Printer Queue CSc 1254: Lab # 1 The Naive Printer Queue Out: 9/14 Due: 9/25 by 11:59 PM In this lab you will write functions to simulate the operations of a naive FIFO (first-in-first-out) printer queue. Learning Objectives Binary File Processing M
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Course: COMP SCI I-MJRS
CSc 1350: The printf Method Some Examples SYNTAX: printstreamobject.printf(controlstring,.); 1 Format Types Code Type d integer x hexadecimal o octal f oating point e exponential g general oating point s string n platform-independent end-of-line 2 Flag 0
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Course: Comp Sci 11 With C
CSC 1254 Exam # 2 Study Guide Spring 2005 March 16, 2005 NAME: This exam consists of three parts. Calculators are not allowed. Use descriptive names for your identifiers, but no other documentation is required. Use only ANSI C commands in your code. Write
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Course: Comp Sci 11 With C
CSC 1254 Practice Exam # 1 February 15, 2005 Section This exam consists of three parts. Calculators are not allowed. Use descriptive names for your identifiers, but no other documentation is required. Use only ANSI C commands in your code. Write your ful
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Course: Programming Languages Structure
CSC 7101 Study Guide Programming Languages Fall 2011 Gerald Baumgartner Reading Slides on course web page: http:/www.csc.lsu.edu/~gb/csc7101/ . CSC 4101 textbook: Michael Scott, Programming Language Pragmatics, 3rd ed., Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 2009.
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Course: Compiler Construction
CSC 4351 Compiler Construction Spring 2011 Syllabus Gerald Baumgartner Course Summary Program language structures, translation, loading, execution, and storage allocation; compilation of simple expressions and statements; organization of compiler includin
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Course: Programming Languages
CSC 4101 Programming Languages Fall 2011 Syllabus Gerald Baumgartner Course Summary Principles of programming language design; specication of syntax and semantics; underlying implementation of block structured languages; dynamic memory allocation for stri
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Course: Computer Science II With C++
SYLLABUS, CSC1254/1, FALL 2011 Introduction to Programming with C+ (II), Hartmut Kaiser http:/www.cct.lsu.edu/~hkaiser/fall_2011/csc1254.html COURSE SUMMARY This course is for someone who has had some programming experience before but nevertheless is will
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Course: Programming Languages Structure
CSC 7101 Programming Language Structures Spring 2011 Syllabus Gerald Baumgartner Course Summary The course listing says: Advanced study of data specication, storage management, and control in programming languages; includes coverage of formal specication
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Course: Databases
CSC4402 - Introduction to Database Systems Syllabus I. Course Outline and Objective: CSC4402 is an introductory course on database management systems. The course deals with the notion of database systems, from the user point of view. The objective of the
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Course: GUI
Introduction to Programming GUI with Java CSC 2700 Section 02: TTH 03:00-04:30 class web page:http:/www.csc.lsu.edu/∼duncan/courses/csc2700-f08 Instructor: William E. Duncan Oﬃce: 159 Coates Hall Email Address: duncan@csc.lsu.edu Oﬃce Hours: TBA Course De