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EE 361 - APPLIED ELECTROMAGNETICS
Winter 2016
Instructor: Binh L. Pham
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Closed Text and Notes
1. Make sure you have 6 problems.
2. Write neatly only on the question sheets. Show all your works. If you need more
space, please use the reverse side.
3. Each
COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND
5 D
Edition
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The Hardware/Software Interface
Chapter 1
Computer Abstractions and
Technology
Chapter Objectives
Upon completion of this chapter, students will:
1. be able to identify which ones are Hardware, or
System Software,
#3: Sorting and Hashing
Insertion sort Strategy
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already sorted
still unsorted
next to be sorted
Traverse the (unsorted) array from left-to-right
Pick the first element that is not considered so far
Insert this
Elementary Graph Algorithms
Lecture #5 of Algorithms, Data structures and Complexity
July 9, 2015
c JPK&GfH
#5: Elementary Graph Algorithms
Plan for today
Graphs
Definitions, terminology, representations
Algorithms
Breadth-first traversal
Depth-first tr
Binary Trees and
Recurrence Equations
Lecture #2 of Algorithms, Data structures and Complexity
July 7, 2015
c GfH&JPK
#2: Binary trees + Recurrence equations
Plan for today
Binary trees, an important class of objects
what are they, and what makes them i
Introduction to Algorithm Analysis
Lecture #1 of Algorithms, Data structures and
Complexity
August 13, 2015
c GfH&JPK
#1: Introduction to Algorithm Analysis
The word Algorithm
Origin
Abu Jafar Muhammad ibn Musa Al-Khwarizmi
(lived in Baghdad from about 78
Dynamic Programming
Lecture #7 of Algorithms, Data structures and Complexity
Rom Langerak
E-mail: langerak@cs.utwente.nl
January 8, 2013
c JPK&GfH
#7: Dynamic Programming
ADC (214020)
Plan for today
Maximum subsequence problems
separated subsequences
(ine
Advanced Graph Algorithms
Lecture #6 of Algorithms, Data structures and Complexity
July 8, 2015
c JPK&GfH
#6: Advanced Graph Algorithms
Plan for today
Finding strongly connected components
Four algorithms for weighted graphs:
Prims minimum spanning tree
Elementary Graph Algorithms (cont)
Lecture #5+ of Algorithms, Data structures and Complexity
July 9, 2015
c JPK&GfH
Travelling salesman problem (TSP)
For a complete, weighted graph find a tour of minimum weight
20
A
B
15
10
35
25
C
D
12
a tour = a cycle t
Heaps and Search trees
Lecture #4 of Algorithms, Data structures and Complexity
July 9, 2015
c GfH&JPK
#4: Heaps + Search trees
Plan for today
It is about trees and ordering
First heaps
what is a heap?
how to build a heap?
use of heaps for priority que
KHOA IN T - VIN THNG B MN IN T
CU KIN IN T
Bin soan: D Quang Bnh
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Laboratory-4
Laboratory-4
FET Driver, Load, and Switch Circuits
Introduction
The objectives of this experiment are to observe the operating characteristics
of inverter circuits which use JFETs and MOSFETs as driver, load, and switch
devices, and to observ
Laboratory-3
Laboratory-3
JFET and MOSFET Characterization
Introduction
The objectives of this experiment are to observe the operating characteristics
of junction field-effect transistors (JFET's) and metal-oxide-semiconductor
field-effect transistors (MO
Laboratory-2
Laboratory-2
Diode Circuit Applications
Introduction
The objectives of this experiment are to observe the operating characteristics
of several very common diode circuits and the effects of non-ideal diode
characteristics on their performance.
Laboratory-1
Laboratory-1
2-Terminal Device Characteristics and Diode Characterization
Introduction
The objectives of this experiment are to learn methods for characterizing 2terminal devices, such as diodes, observe some fundamental trends in the
charact
CHAPTER 3:
THE Z-TRANSFORM & ITS APPLICATION TO
THE ANALYSIS OF LTI SYSTEMS
Lesson #9: The Z-transform
Lesson #10: Z-transform properties
Lesson #11: Inversion of Z-transform
Lesson #12: Analysis of LTI systems in the z-domain
Lecture #9
The Z-transform
1
CHAPTER 4:
CHAPTER
FREQUENCY ANALYSIS OF
FREQUENCY
SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
SIGNALS
Lesson #13: Review of CTFT and Sampling
Lesson #14: Discrete-Time Fourier Transform (DTFT) & Inverse
DTFT
Lesson #15: DTFT properties
Lesson #16: Frequency spectrum of DT signa
CHAPTER 1:
INTRODUCTION
Lesson #1: A big picture about Digital Signal Processing
Lesson #2: Analog-to-Digital and Digital-to-Analog conversion
Lesson #3: The concept of frequency in CT & DT signals
Duration: 6 hrs
References: Joyce Van de Vegte, Fundament
HOMEWORK 2
E1. Consider the signals shown in Figure 1.
(a) Write a mathematical expression for x1[n] in Figure 1. This expression will involve the
sum of discrete impulse functions.
(b) Express x[n] = 1 as infinite summation of impulse functions
(c) Write