What is a Corporation?
Most companies that hope to grow incorporate themselves. Corporations are legal
entities formed with certain statutory rights and privileges. Every company is, at the
core of it, simply a colle
A. Intro/executive summary
Concisely summarize the opportunity.
1. Business Summary Couple of paragraphs to set the stage on the opportunity
2. Pros of the opportunity Bullets on why the opportunity is exciting. Usually
mention management, market and tech
Introduction to Computer Science Theory 1. Teaching
CS 3261

Fall 2015
CS5371
Theory of
Computation
Lecture 15: Computability VI
(PostsProblem, Reducibility)
Objectives
In this lecture, we introduce Posts
correspondence problem (playing
with a special type of domino)
We also introduce computable
functions, which allows us to
Introduction to Computer Science Theory 1. Teaching
CS 3261

Fall 2015
COMS W3261
Computer Science Theory
Lecture 14: October 24, 2016
Midterm Review
Section 001
The Midterm
The midterm will be held on Wednesday, October 26, 2016, 1:102:25
pm. Students whose last names begin AM should go to 833 Mudd.
Students whose last na
Introduction to Computer Science Theory 1. Teaching
CS 3261

Fall 2015
COMS W3261 CS Theory: Problem Assignment 2
Assigned October 10, 2016; due on Courseworks October 18, 2016
Instructions
Problems 15 are each worth 20 points.
Submit your solutions in pdf format on Courseworks/COMSW3261/Assignments
by noon October 18, 2016
Introduction to Computer Science Theory 1. Teaching
CS 3261

Fall 2015
COMS W3261 CS Theory: Solutions to Problem Assignment 2 October
18, 2016
Problems
1. Consider the CFG G with the three productions S ! aSjaSbSjc. This grammar
models ifthen and ifthenelse statements in programming languages where a
stands for if condi
Introduction to Computer Science Theory 1. Teaching
CS 3261

Fall 2015
COMS W3261
Computer Science Theory
Final Review
Section 002
The CS Theory Final
The nal will be held on Tuesday, December 20, 2016, 4:10cfw_7:00 pm.
The sample problems below are intended to help you prepare for the nal.
Answers to almost all of these que
Introduction to Computer Science Theory 1. Teaching
CS 3261

Fall 2015
1THE RISE OF CIVILIZATION
Anthropology V1008y
Prof. T. D'Altroy
Spring 2017
GUIDELINES FOR STUDYING FOR THE FINAL EXAM
In studying for the final, as for the midterm, remember that the course has concerned
both the general processes in the rise of ancient
Introduction to Computer Science Theory 1. Teaching
CS 3261

Fall 2015
COMS W3261
Computer Science Theory
Section 002
Sample Midterm Problem Solutions
Problems with Solutions
1. State whether each of the following languages is (1) regular, (ii) context free but
not regular, or (iii) not context free. Justify your answer in a
Introduction to Computer Science Theory 1. Teaching
CS 3261

Fall 2015
COMS W3261 CS Theory: Solutions to Problem Assignment 1
October 4, 2016
1. If R and S are regular languages, is R S always a regular language? ( is the set di erence operator.) Prove your answer.
R S is always a regular language since the regular language
Introduction to Computer Science Theory 1. Teaching
CS 3261

Fall 2015
COMS W3261 CS Theory: Problem Assignment 3
Assigned October 31, 2016; due on Courseworks Nov 10, 2016
Instructions
Problems 15 are each worth 20 points.
Submit your solutions in pdf format on Courseworks/COMSW3261/Assignments by noon
November 10, 2016. L
Introduction to Computer Science Theory 1. Teaching
CS 3261

Fall 2015
COMS W3261 CS Theory: Problem Assignment 5 (revised)
Assigned November 29, 2016; due on Courseworks December 12, 2016
Instructions
Problems 15 are each worth 20 points.
Submit your solutions in pdf format on Courseworks/COMSW3261/Assignments by noon
Dece
Introduction to Computer Science Theory 1. Teaching
CS 3261

Fall 2015
COMS W3261 CS Theory: Problem Assignment 3
Assigned October 31, 2016; due on Courseworks Nov 10, 2016
Solutions
k
1. (a) The language is f0(10) : k 0g. Note that since the TM always moves right, it is
behaving like a DFA.
k
(b) The language is f01 : k 0g.
Introduction to Computer Science Theory 1. Teaching
CS 3261

Fall 2015
COMS W3261 CS Theory: Problem Assignment 4
Assigned November 14, 2016; due on Courseworks Nov 22, 2016
Instructions
Problems 15 are each worth 20 points.
Submit your solutions in pdf format on Courseworks/COMSW3261/Assignments by noon
November 22, 2016.
Introduction to Computer Science Theory 1. Teaching
CS 3261

Fall 2015
COMS W3261 CS Theory: Problem Assignment 1
Assigned September 26, 2016; due on Courseworks October 4, 2016
Instructions
Problems 15 are each worth 20 points.
Submit your solutions in pdf format on Courseworks/COMSW3261/Assignments
by noon October 4, 2016
Introduction to Computer Science Theory 1. Teaching
CS 3261

Fall 2015
COMS W3261 CS Theory: Problem Assignment 2
Assigned October 10, 2016; due on Courseworks October 18, 2016
Instructions
Problems 15 are each worth 20 points.
Submit your solutions in pdf format on Courseworks/COMSW3261/Assignments by
noon October 18, 20
COMSE6998: Modern *asaService Applications
Lecture 2: Components, Message Patterns, Patterns, Conversation State
Dr. Donald F. Ferguson
[email protected]
Donald F. Ferguson, 2017. All rights reserved.
Agenda
2
COMSE6998 Modern *asaService
COMSE6998: Modern *asaService Applications
Lecture 6: API Management, Message Queues, Pub/Sub, Orchestration, iPaaS
Dr. Donald F. Ferguson
[email protected]
Donald F. Ferguson, 2017. All rights reserved.
Contents
2
COMSE6998 Modern *asaSe
COMSE6998: Modern *asaService Applications
Lecture 3: Q&A, Development Methodology, Design Docs, Serverless, Workflow, Email
Dr. Donald F. Ferguson
[email protected]
Donald F. Ferguson, 2017. All rights reserved.
Contents
2
COMSE6998 Modern
1. Introduction
1.1 Purpose
This document provides a comprehensive architectural overview of this system, using a number
of different architectural views to depict different aspects of the system. It is intended to capture
and convey the significant archi
COMSE6998: Modern *asaService Applications
Lecture 6: API Management, Message Queues, Pub/Sub, Orchestration, iPaaS
Dr. Donald F. Ferguson
[email protected]
Donald F. Ferguson, 2017. All rights reserved.
Contents
2
COMSE6998 Modern *asaSe
COMSE6998: Modern *asaService Applications
Lecture 5: Q&A, Linked Data, Middleware, MVC, Introduction to Queueing and Pub/Sub
Dr. Donald F. Ferguson
[email protected]
Donald F. Ferguson, 2017. All rights reserved.
Contents
2
COMSE6998 Modern
COMSE6998: Modern *asaService Applications
Lecture 1: Course Overview, Context, Concepts, REST/APIs/Cloud Apps.
Dr. Donald F. Ferguson
[email protected]
Donald F. Ferguson, 2017. All rights reserved.
Agenda
2
COMSE6998 Modern *asaService
COMSE6998: Modern *asaService Applications
Lecture 8: API/Swagger, Lambda Design Patterns, CQRS, SNS, Step Functions, Misc.
Dr. Donald F. Ferguson
[email protected]
Donald F. Ferguson, 2017. All rights reserved.
Contents
2
COMSE6998 Modern *
COMSE6998: Modern *asaService Applications
Lecture 3: Q&A, Development Methodology, Design Docs, Serverless, Workflow, Email
Dr. Donald F. Ferguson
[email protected]
Donald F. Ferguson, 2017. All rights reserved.
Agenda
2
COMSE6998 Modern *
Spring 2017  CSEE W4119 Computer Networks
Programming Assignment 1  Simple Chat Application
Prof. Gil Zussman
due: 3/2/2017, 23:59PM, EST
1
Introduction
This programming assignment is to implement a simple chat application with at least 3 clients and a
CSEE W4119 Computer Networks
Assignment 2
Prof. Gil Zussman
1
(Statistical Multiplexing) In class, we saw that packet switching can make more efficient use of resources by taking
advantage of the fact that only a fraction of potential senders are active a
CSEE W4119 Computer Networks
Assignment 4
Prof. Gil Zussman
1
Hosts A and B are communicating over a TCP connection. Host B has already received from A all bytes up through
byte 153 and A has received an ACK for all these bytes. Suppose Host A then sends
Introduction
Point Estimation
X
Sampling Distribution of Sample Mean
( )
Sampling Distribution for the Difference between
Two Means
( )
p
Sampling Distribution of Sample Proportion
Sampling Distribution for the Difference between
Two Proportions
Introduc