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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
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DECLARATION
The f
Tutorial 5
Relative equilibrium
1. An open rectangular tank 3m long and 2m wide is filled with water to a depth of 1.5m. Find the slope
of the water surface when the tank moves with an acceleration of 5m/s2 up a 300 inclined plane. Also
calculate the pres
Tutorial 1
Fluid properties
1. A reservoir of glycerin has a mass of 1100kg and a volume of 0.9 m 3. Calculate its weight, mass
density, specific weight and specific gravity.
Solution:
Mass of glycerin (m) = 1100kg
Volume (V) = 0.9 m3
Weight (W) = ?
Mass
1) At what stage of the design methodology would we determine what
type of CPU to use (8-bit vs. 16-bit vs. 32 bit (,which model of a
particular type of CPU, etc.)?
-answer:
In the architecture design in which we design the components of the system
and sp
Domain Expert
UserInterface
Interface
User
Expertise
Interface Engine
Knowledge
base
Knowledge base
Working Memory
The Knowledge Base - Where the information is stored in the expert system in the form of facts
and rules (basically a series of IF statement
The matrices and the properties of matrices
Specific entries of a matrix are often referenced by using pairs of subscripts.
A matrix is a rectangular arrangement of numbers. For example,
An alternative notation uses large parentheses instead of box bracke
Cramer's rule
Cramer's rule is a theorem in linear algebra, which gives an expression for the solution of a system
of linear equations with as many equations as unknowns, valid in those cases where there is unique
solution; this solution is then expressed
1 - Matrices and Systems of Equations
Definition of a Matrix
Rectangular array of real numbers
m rows by n columns
Named using capital letters
First subscript is row, second subscript is column
Terminology
A matrix with m rows and n columns is called a ma
Inverse of Matrices
Requirements to have an Inverse
1. The matrix must be square (same number of rows and columns).
2. The determinant of the matrix must not be zero. This is instead of the real number not being
zero to have an inverse, the determinant mu
Linear Equations: Solutions Using Elimination
Systems of equations with three variables are only slightly
more complicated to solve than those with two variables. The two
most straightforward methods of solving these types of equations
are by elimination
Systems of Linear Equations: Solving by
Substitution
The method of solving "by substitution" works by solving one of the
equations (you choose which one) for one of the variables (you choose which
one), and then plugging this back into the other equation,
Determinants
Determinants are mathematical objects that are very useful in the analysis and solution
of systems of linear equations. As shown by Cramer's rule, a nonhomogeneous system
of linear equations has a unique solution iff the determinant of the sy
Solving Systems of Linear Equations Using Matrices
I. Gauss-Jordan Method
A very systematic method of solving linear systems of equations is called the
Gauss—Jordan Method. This method involves the use of matrices, the plural of the
word matrix. A matrix
Matrix Solution of Linear Systems
A matrix (plural: matrices) is a rectangular array of numbers arranged in rows and
columns and enclosed in brackets. Each number in the matrix is called an element of
the matrix.
Each of the following is an example of a m
Chapter 7 Design and Implementation
Lecture 1
Chapter 7 Design and implementation
1
Topics covered
Object-oriented design using the UML
Design patterns
Implementation issues
Open source development
Chapter 7 Design and implementation
2
Design and impl
Lab: one
Course: Software Engineering1
Level: three
Sheet 5
UML
(Use Case & Sequence Diagrams).
Q1) Determine every use cases and actors and then draw the use case and
sequence diagram of a simplistic System.
The Clerk actor can buy tickets, buy subscript
CS labs
Lab: three
Course: Software Engineering1
Level: three
Sheet 3
Classes, Object, Methods
Q1) the code below has a class called Objectoop. The main
function in the class calls the print Square function which prints the
square of the number passed to
Lab: one
Course: Software Engineering1
Level: three
Sheet 6
UML
(Activity & Class Diagrams).
Q1)
1. The first example presents a Grade Book class with one method that simply displays
a welcome message when it is called. We then show how to create an objec
Lab: two
Course: Software Engineering
Level: three
Sheet 2
Control Statements
Q1) write a java program using net beans for printing the years from
2011 to 2014 using iteration statements (while loop).
1. Iteration statements:
a. While loop statement:
i. V
CS labs
Lab: one
Course: Software Engineering
Level: three
Sheet 1
Q1) write a java program using netbeans for printing "Hello World!"
message.
Solution:
1) Open start menu all programs choose netbeans.
2) Open file new project java next Finnish.
3) Write
Development of Standards &
Guidelines for Healthcare Surge
During Emergencies
Scenarios and Use Cases
Table of Contents
Introduction .4
Overview.5
Section I: Surge Planning Scenarios and Use Case Development Process .6
#1: Scenario Definition.6
#2: Patien
[ONLINE HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM]
Use Case Diagram
Patient
Taking Appointment
Receptionist
Takes Treatment
Doctor
Surgeon
Operation
Delivery
Nurse
Diagnosis
Normal Treatment
Generates a Bill
Assisting Operation
Admin
Payment of Bill
By Cash
By Credit
[O
Collaboration diagram for book shopping
Guidebooks
Collaboration diagram for book
shopping
.
Download: Collaboration diagram for book shopping
UML Component Diagram Online Shopping. The UML diagrams in this Solution are divided into three
broad categories
Chapter 8 Software Testing
Lecture 1
Chapter 8 Software testing
1
Topics covered
Development testing
Test-driven development
Release testing
User testing
Chapter 8 Software testing
2
Program testing
Testing is intended to show that a program does wha