/*
Program which demonstartes a few common algorithms
*/
#include <iostream>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <algorithm>
#include <cmath>
#include <algorithm>
using namespace std;
int main()
cfw_
const int ARRAYSIZE = 100;
int score[ARRAYSIZE];
int lucky_num
/*
Dinesh 24/04/2004
Program which fills up an array with values entered by the user,
finds the minimum and maximum scores entered
*/
#include <iostream>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <algorithm>
using namespace std;
int main()
cfw_
const int ARRAYSIZE = 5
The objective of the assignment is to familiarize you with classes, objects, instances, inheritance and
abstraction among classes using an Object Oriented Approach.
Create an abstract class named Item that includes private fields for its name, supplier, p
Practical C+
Programming
Teacher's Guide
Introduction
This guide is designed to help with the classroom presentation of the material in Pracctical C+
Programming. It contains a set of teacher's notes for each chapter which give you information about
the k
/*
Assignment 2 - Design of a Vending Machine Program
*/
/Libraries used in the program
#include <iostream>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <iomanip>
#include <cmath>
using namespace std;
/Function Prototypes
void showMenu(string[], double[]);
int MakeSelect
CSC511 FOUNDATIONS OF PROGRAMMING
Practical exam [40 marks]
Coursework contribution: 15%
Time allowed: 1 hr. 5 mins.
Scenario:
Congratulations! You have been awarded the tender to design an application
for SunTrust Banks ATM system. The following are the
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE
SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS & COMPUTING SCIENCE
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTING SCIENCE AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Case Study
Weighting: 10%
Due Date: 26th June, 11pm
40marks
Its All About Customer Relations in the Financial S
Information System In Organizations
TUTORIAL
TOPIC 2: MAJOR BUSINESS INITIATIVES
Instruction:
The following questions needs to be answered before the next tutorial class.
DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
1. Do you think your school would benefit from installing a cus
TUTORIAL 1
TOPIC 1: THE INFORMATION AGE IN WHICH YOU LIVE
DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
1. The three key resources in management information systems (MIS) are information,
information technology and people. Which of these three resources is the most important?
Why
Notes on Laplace Transforms
Laplace Transforms
Laplace transforms are invaluable for any engineer's mathematical toolbox as
they make solving linear ODEs and related IVP, as well as systems of linear
ODEs, much easier. Applications abound: electrical netw
Notes on Determinants of Matrices
The Determinant of a Matrix
The Determinant of 2 2 Matrices
We rst introduce the concept of determinant of a 2 2 matrix.
.
Note that only
square matrices have determinants
Denition. The determinant of the 2 2 matrix
a
A =
Notes on ERO operations and Eigenvalues and
Eigenvectors
Elementary Row Operations
Denition. An elementary row operation (ERO) on an augmented matrix pro-
duces a new augmented matrix corresponding to a new (but equivalent) system
of linear equations. Two
MEC702 Wk 13 Lect 1
Partial Dierential Equations (PDEs)
Denition.
A partial dierential equation (PDE) is an equation involving one or more
partial derivatives of an (unknown) function, call it u, that depends on
two or more variables, often time t and on
MEC702 Wk 12 Lect 2
The Fourier Transform of the Convolution
The convolution
f g
of function
f
g
and
is dened by
f (x p)g(p) dp.
f (p)g(x p) dp =
h(x) = (f g)(x) =
Theorem. (Convolution Theorem) Suppose that f (x) and g(x) are piecewise
continuous, bounde
MEC702 Wk 13 Tutorial
Fourier Cosine Transform. Fourier Sine Transform.
1. Find the Fourier cosine transform
fc (w)
and
fs (w)
of
0<x<1
1,
f (x) = 1, 1 < x < 2
0,
x > 2.
2. Find
fc (w)
and
fs (w)
of
(
f (x) =
3. Find
fc (w)
and
fs (w)
x, 0 < x < 2
.
0, x
MEC702 Wk 13 Lect 2
D'Alembert's Solution of the Wave Equation.
First, we aim to transform the two partial derivatives in the wave equation, uxx
and utt . Let
w = x ct .
v = x + ct,
Then
vx = 1,
wx = 1 .
Since u(v, w) is a function of both v and w, then
u
MEC702 Wk 12 Tutorial
Evaluation of Integrals
Show that the integrals represents the indicated function. Hint: Use the Fourier
integral and the Fourier integral coecients formulae; the integral tells you
which one, and its value tells you what function to
MEC702 Wk 11 Lect 2
Fourier Integrals
Fourier series are powerful tools for problems involving functions that are periodic or are of interest on a nite interval only. Since, of course, many problems
involve functions that are nonperiodic and are of intere
MEC702 Wk 11 Lect 1
Fourier Series - Generalizing from Period p = 2
to Any Period p = 2L
Let f (x) have period p = 2L.
We introduce new variable v such that f (x), converted to a function of v , f (v)
has period 2 . Then
v
x
=
p
2
= v =
2x
= x = x = v
p
L
MEC702 Wk 11 Tutorial
Fourier Series of Period p = 2
1. Find the Fourier series of the given function which is assumed to have the
period
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
2 .
Show details of your work.
(
x, < x < 0
f (x) = |x| =
, period p = 2 .
+x, 0 < x <
(
x + , < x <
MEC702 Wk 10 Lect 2
Fourier Analysis
Fourier series are innite series that represent periodic functions in terms of
cosines and sines. As such, Fourier series are of grestest importance to the
engineer and applied mathematician. To dene Fourier series, we
MEC702 Wk 10 Lect 1
Background on Partial Fractions
There is a theorem in advanced algebra which states that every proper rational
fraction can be expressed as a sum
P (x)
= F1 (x) + F2 (x) + . . . + Fn (x)
Q(x)
where
F1 (x), F2 (x), . . . , Fn (x)
are ra