1) What is the difference between operating system software and application software?
Operating system is used to manage system resources and give application software an
environment which it able to run. It acts as an intermediary between the user, the s
white paper
Breaking the Wireless
Security Paradigm
ireless security was once considered the
W
gating factor in implementing a wireless
network it is now quite the opposite.
Although initial wireless encryption technologies were found to be crackable, th
Packet Tracer Creating a New Topology
What is Packet Tracer? Packet Tracer is a protocol simulator developed by Dennis Frezzo and his team at
Cisco Systems. Packet Tracer (PT) is a powerful and dynamic tool that displays the various protocols used
in netw
Lab 1.1 Configuring Basic Router Settings with IOS CLI
Objectives
Part 1: Set Up the Topology and Initialize Devices
Cable equipment to match the network topology.
Initialize and restart the router and switch.
Part 2: Configure Devices and Verify Connec
Terminal/Host Traffic Flow
Terminal/host traffic is usually asymmetric. The terminal sends a few characters and the host
sends many characters. Telnet is an example of an application that generates terminal/ host
traffic. The default behavior for Telnet i
Lab 2.2 Basic Switch Configuration (Continues)
Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this lab, you will be able to:
Manage the MAC address table
Assign static MAC addresses
Add and move hosts on a switch
Task 4: Managing the MAC Address Table
Step 1:
Lab 1.1 Configuring Basic Router Settings with IOS CLI
Objectives
Part 1: Set Up the Topology and Initialize Devices
Cable equipment to match the network topology.
Initialize and restart the router and switch.
Part 2: Configure Devices and Verify Connec
Lab 4 Network Topology
Objectives
Design and document an addressing scheme based on requirements.
Select appropriate equipment and cable the devices.
Apply a basic configuration to the devices.
Verify full connectivity between all devices in the topology.
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Multimedia Elements
Chapter 2
1
Text
Appear in titles, menus, navigation aids,
content.
GO BACK! or Previous?
Quit or Close?
Terrific! Or That Answer was correct.
User does not need to use Help if words are
good.
Words and sentences in mixed upper- and
lo
Introduction to
Multimedia
1
Multi & Media
Multi many, multiple
Media (in the context of information
processing)
text
graphic art
image
sound
animation
video
Discrete media
Continuous/real time media
Multimedia definition
Combination of at least two media
Chapter 3
Multimedia Hardware and
Software
1
Multimedia Hardware
Multimedia hardware basically
consists of video and sound cards,
and CD-ROM and DVD drives
Nowadays multimedia kits are
available that include all the
necessary hardware and software
to upgr
Chapter 5
Designing for Multimedia
1
Designing
Two approaches:
Spend great effort on storyboards, describe
project in exact detail.
Less-detailed storyboards, more effort
rendering the product.
Depends on whether same person do
design and implementation.
Chapter 6
Developing Multimedia Titles/
Applications
1
Planning Phase
Developing the concept (What in
general do we want to do?)
Every multimedia project originates as
an idea
Ideas can be obtained from
brainstorming sessions (how can we
improve it/ cha
Chapter 4
Managing Multimedia Projects
Project Planning
Big picture of idea is divided into production
phases, then divided into smaller and more
manageable tasks and items.
Tasks
Building blocks of project management.
Allocate an estimate amount of tim
124ms: Logic and Sets
Propositional Calculus Notation
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Department of Mathematics and Physics
Coventry University
Lecture 1
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Prop Calc
Lecture 1
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Introduction
Topics
In this course, we will look at various aspects of discrete math
124ms: Logic and Sets
Formal Proof
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Department of Mathematics and Physics
Coventry University
Lecture 3
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Formal Proof
Lecture 3
1 / 23
Review and Preview
We have developed a language for expressing and analysing
propositions, which ena
124ms: Logic and Sets
Truth Tables
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Department of Mathematics and Physics
Coventry University
Lecture 2
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Truth Tables
Lecture 2
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Review and Preview
So far, we have some idea of:-
R Low (Cov Uni)
Truth Tables
Lecture 2
2 / 19
Revi
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Formal ProofFurther Methods
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Department of Mathematics and Physics
Coventry University
Lecture 4
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Formal Proof 2
Lecture 4
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Review and Preview
We looked at a formal approach to proof which provides an altern
124ms
Logic and Sets
Tutorial Sheet 1: Propositional calculus
Topics covered: propositional calculus.
1. We consider the problem of controlling a nuclear reactor. Given the atomic sentences The operator presses the alarm, The reactor is in danger of melti
124ms: Logic and Sets
Formal Proof
R Low
Lecture 3
1 Review and Preview
We have developed a language for expressing and analysing propositions,
which enables us to
encode complicated information efficiently
analyse the information (using truth tables)
124ms
Logic and Sets
Tutorial Sheet 2: Sets, predicates, and functions
Topics covered: sets, predicates, quantifiers, functions and relations.
1. If X = cfw_ a, b, c, then
(a) Which of (i) a X, (ii) a X, (iii) cfw_ a X, (iv) cfw_ a X is true?
(b) List all
124ms
Logic and Sets
Tutorial Sheet 3: Matrices, Graphs and Networks
Topics covered: relations and matrices, graphs, spanning trees, adjacency matrix, connectedness, Dijkstras algorithm, edge connectivity, applications of trees.
1. We have sets A = cfw_ a
124ms: Logic and Sets
Formal ProofFurther Methods
R Low
Lecture 4
1 Review and Preview
We looked at a formal approach to proof which provides an alternative approach to establishing the validity of an argument or the inconsistency of set
of statements.
Ho
124ms: Logic and Sets
Truth Tables
R Low
Lecture 2
1 Review and Preview
So far, we have some idea of:1. what a proposition is,
2. how to find the truth value of a compound proposition given the truth
values of its constituents,
3. how to use the language
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