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Chap.3 Semiconductors
(5th ed: Sec.3.7-3.9)
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i) Introduction
Silicon is Semiconductor and is the basis material for Integrated Circuits
Figure A.2 Conceptual illustration of a step-and-repeat reduction technique to facilitate the mass productio
Chapter 6
Force and Motion II
In this chapter we will cover the following topics: Describe the frictional force between two objects. Differentiate between static and kinetic friction, study the properties of friction, and introduce the coefficients for st
Chapter 7
Kinetic Energy and Work
In this chapter we will introduce the following concepts: Kinetic energy of a moving object Work done by a force Power In addition, we will develop the work-kinetic energy theorem and apply it to solve a variety of proble
Chapter 11
Rolling, Torque, and Angular Momentum
In this chapter we will cover the following topics: -Rolling of circular objects and its relationship with friction -Redefinition of torque as a vector to describe rotational problems that are more complica
Chapter 15
Oscillations
In this chapter we will cover the following topics: Displacement, velocity and acceleration of a simple harmonic oscillator Energy of a simple harmonic oscillator Examples of simple harmonic oscillators: spring-mass system, simple
Chapter 13
Gravitation
In this chapter we will explore the following topics: -Newtons law of gravitation that describes the attractive force between two point masses and its application to extended objects -The acceleration of gravity on the surface of th
Chapter 12
Equilibrium and Elasticity
In this chapter we will define equilibrium and find the conditions needed so that an object is at equilibrium We will then apply these conditions to a variety of practical engineering problems of static equilibrium We
C+ Primer
CSE 250 Lecture Note 01 C+ Primer (1)
Adapted from the Koffman-Wolfgang C+ Primer, from the Instructor Materials slides by Elliot Koffman and Paul Wolfgang. This material is used by permission of John Wiley & Sons, Inc For private use only by st
C+ Primer
CSE 250 Lecture Note 02 C+ Primer (2)
Adapted from the Koffman-Wolfgang C+ Primer, from the Instructor Materials slides by Elliot Koffman and Paul Wolfgang. This material is used by permission of John Wiley & Sons, Inc For private use only by st
C+ Primer
CSE 250 Lecture Note 03 C+ Primer (3)
Adapted from the Koffman-Wolfgang C+ Primer, from the Instructor Materials slides by Elliot Koffman and Paul Wolfgang. This material is used by permission of John Wiley & Sons, Inc For private use only by st
Algorithm Efciency Analysis
CSE 250 Lecture Note 04 Algorithm Efciency Analysis
Adapted from the Koffman-Wolfgang C+ Primer, from the Instructor Materials slides by Elliot Koffman and Paul Wolfgang. This material is used by permission of John Wiley & Sons
Chapter 21
Electric Charge
In this chapter we will introduce a new property of matter known as electric charge (symbol q ). We will explore the charge of atomic constituents. Moreover, we will describe the following properties of charge: - Types of electr
Chapter 22
Electric Fields
(22-1)
In this chapter we will introduce the concept of an electric field. As long as charges are stationary Coulombs law describes adequately the forces among charges. If the charges are not stationary we must use an alternativ
8/31/2009
EE202 Circuits
Instructor Alexander N. Cartwright (Professor and Chair) 330C Bonner Hall anc@buffalo.edu (preferred communications) communications) 716-645-1053 Office Hours: M: 2:00 - 3:30 pm
Textbook
James W. Nilsson, Susan Riedel, Electric Ci
8/31/2009
Electric Current Denoted by i or I
Conventional Current
The motion of positive charge In conductors charge is transported by free electrons, however there is a difference between considering the current flow as between considering the current f
Chapter 4
Motion in Two and Three Dimensions
(4 -1)
In this chapter we will continue to study the motion of objects without the restriction we put in chapter 2 to move along a straight line. Instead we will consider motion in a plane (two dimensional moti
Chapter 3
Vectors
In Physics we have parameters that can be completely described by a number and are known as scalars .Temperature, and mass are such parameters Other physical parameters require additional information about direction and are known as vect
EAS 305 Applied Probability & Statistics Inference Homework 3
Due Day: September 29, 2010 (in Class) 1. A car rental agency has either 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 cars returned each day, which probabilities 1 , 1 , 66 1 1 1 1 3 , 12 , 6 and 12 , respectively. Fin
Set Theory Experiments, Sample Spaces, and Events Probability Basics Five Theorems
Fall 2010 EAS 305 Lecture Notes
Prof. Jun Zhuang
University at Bualo, State University of New York
September 1 . 2010
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Fall 2010 EAS 305 Lecture Notes
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Review Permutations and Combinations Some applications of counting techniques
Fall 2010 EAS 305 Lecture Notes
Prof. Jun Zhuang
University at Bualo, State University of New York
September 10 . 2010
Prof. Jun Zhuang
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Conditional Probability Bayes Theorem
Fall 2010 EAS 305 Lecture Notes
Prof. Jun Zhuang
University at Bualo, State University of New York
September 13, 15, . 2010
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Conditional Probability Bayes T
Random Variables
Fall 2010 EAS 305 Lecture Notes
Prof. Jun Zhuang
University at Bualo, State University of New York
September 15, . 2010
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Fall 2010 EAS 305 Lecture Notes
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Random Variables
Agenda for Today
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Random Variables Dis
You will be responsible for knowing the chemical symbol and name (spelling counts) for each of the following: aluminum (Al) beryllium (Be) boron (B) bromine (Br) calcium (Ca) carbon (C) chlorine (Cl) chromium (Cr) cobalt (Co) copper (Cu) fluorine (F) germ
Cumulative Distribution Functions Mean (Expected Value) and Variance Chebychevs Inequality
Fall 2010 EAS 305 Lecture Notes
Prof. Jun Zhuang
University at Bualo, State University of New York
September 20, . 2010
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Functions of a Random Variable Bivariate Random Variables Conditional Distributions
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Prof. Jun Zhuang
University at Bualo, State University of New York
September 27, 29, . 2010
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Chapter 5
Force and Motion
(5-1)
In chapters 2 and 4 we have studied kinematics to describe the motion of objects using parameters such as the position vector, velocity and acceleration without any insights as to what caused the motion. This is the task o
Independent Random Variables Moment Generating Functions Bernoulli, Binomial, Hypergeometric Distrns Other Discrete Distributions
Fall 2010 EAS 305 Lecture Notes
Prof. Jun Zhuang
University at Bualo, State University of New York
October 4, 6, 8, . 2010
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