Max K. Agoston
Computer Graphics and
Geometric Modeling
Implementation and Algorithms
Max K. Agoston, MA, MS, PhD
Cupertino, CA 95014, USA
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CSE 167:
Introduction to Computer Graphics
Lecture 13: Bzier Curves
Jrgen P. Schulze, Ph.D.
University of California, San Diego
Fall Quarter 2011
Announcements
Homework project #6 due Friday, Nov 18 at 1:30pm
To be presented in lab 260
No grading this Fri
Computer Graphics Notes-Parametric Curves and
Surfaces
Parametric Representation
eg.
Continuity
Parametric Continuity
If the first derivative of a curve is continuous, we say it has C1 continuity.
Geometric Continuity
If the magnitude of the first derivat
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not flat all the time and
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PEMP
PDN 505
Session 8
Design for Manual Assembly
Lecture delivered by
Sudhindra MSRSAS
Prof. M. N. Sudhindra Kumar
Professor MSRSAS-Bangalore
M.S Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies - Bangalore
1
PEMP
PDN 505
Session Objectives
At the end of this session
COMPUTER
ENGINEERING
S.Y. B. Tech.
Effective from A. Y. 2012-13
INDEX
Item
Page No.
UG Rules and Regulations
Detailed Syllabus
Annexure-I: List of Professional Science courses offered
by ALL departments
Annexure-II: List of Liberal Learning courses offere
Assignment 2a: More SQL: Aggregates
Statement : Intermediate SQL: Aggregates and grouping and ordering
The following questions are all based on the university schema
Find the number of instructors who have never taught any course. If the result of your
qu
Assignment 3: SQL DDL and updates
Statement : Write the DDL and DML statements for the following.
Each offering of a course (i.e. a section) can have many Teaching assistants; each
teaching assistant is a student. Extend the existing schema(Add/Alter tabl
/*-Find the number of instructors who have never taught any course. If the
result of your
-query is empty, add appropriate data (and include corresponding insert
statements) to
-ensure the result is not empty.*/
select count(id) as number_of_instructor
fr
Assignment 2b: Nested Subqueries and SQL Updates
Statement: Write the following queries for university schema.
Find the id and title of all courses which do not require any prerequisites.
Find the names of students who have not taken any biology dept cour
/*Find pairs of stations (station codes) that have a track (direct connection)
with distance less than 20Kms between them. */
select stcode1 ,stcode2 from track where distance <20;
/*Find the IDs of all the trains which have a stop at THANE */
select id ,
/*-Find the number of instructors who have never taught any course. If the result of your
-query is empty, add appropriate data (and include corresponding insert statements) to
-ensure the result is not empty.*/
select count(id) as number_of_instructor
/*Find the names of all the students whose total credits are greater than 100
.*/
select name from student where tot_cred > 100;
/*Find the course id and grades of all courses taken by any student named
'Tanaka'*/
select course_id,grade from takes where i
Assignment 4: Schema creation and constraints
Statement: Create the schema and constraints on the relations.
Modify the trains schema which we saw earlier to create constraints to check the following:
The value of timein is always less than or equal to ti
/*#Find the id and title of all courses which do not require any prerequisites.#*/
select course_id,title from course where course_id in (select course_id from prereq where prereq_id='NULL');
+-+-+
|coure_id|title |
+-+-+
|null |null |
+-+-+
/*Find th
/*#Find the id and title of all courses which do not require any
prerequisites.#*/
select course_id,title from course where course_id in (select course_id from
prereq where prereq_id='NULL');
/*#Find the names of students who have not taken any biology de
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6 CHAPTER
Relational Database
Management Systems and SQL
Chapter Objectives
In this chapter you will
learn the following:
The history of
relational database
systems and SQL
How the three-level
architect
QUESTION BANK
DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS - MCA 203
MCA - III
UNIT - I
I
Test Your Skills:
(a)
State Whether the Following Statements are True or False:
14
15
16
17
18
1 Data is also called metadata.
2 In DBMS, data files are the files that store the data
Conversion of ER diagram to schemas (tables)
Step 1: Conversion of strong entities
a. For each strong entity, create a separate table with same name.
b. Include all attributes, if there is any composite attribute, split it into simple
attribute and includ