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Παιχνίδια

Παιχνίδια

Παιχνίδια. Μαρία Κορδάκη Dept of Computer Engineering and Informatics Patras University, 26500, Rion Patras, Greece e-mail: kordaki@cti.gr. 1. Introduction. Games: most enjoyable activities for the young (McFarlane and Sakellariou, 2002)

By paul
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Lecture 3 Part 1.Important Database Concepts Part 2. Queries

Lecture 3 Part 1.Important Database Concepts Part 2. Queries

Lecture 3 Part 1.Important Database Concepts Part 2. Queries Lecture slides by Austin Troy, University of Vermont, © 2008, except where noted How is Data Stored? People use number system with base 10 Each digit corresponds to 10 to some power

By omer
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Data Representation

Data Representation

Data Representation. How does a computer store information?. Pulses of electricity. A pulse is 1 no pulse is 0. Pulses come in groups of 8 known as a byte. 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1. Each 0 and 1 is known as a bit. a number

By RoyLauris
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Unit XXV – The New Music

Unit XXV – The New Music

Unit XXV – The New Music. Chapter 79 Technology and Music. The Technological Revolution. Electronic music The most important development in art music of the 1950s and 60s The emergence of electronic music takes place in 3 stages Magnetic tape recording The development of synthesizers

By medwin
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مدار منطقي مظفر بگ محمدي mozafarb@ece.ut.ac.ir

مدار منطقي مظفر بگ محمدي mozafarb@ece.ut.ac.ir

مدار منطقي مظفر بگ محمدي mozafarb@ece.ut.ac.ir. Textbook: Digital Design, Third Edition M. Morris Mano Prentice Hall, 2002 Assistant: Moslem Taheri. Course Structure & Grading. Homework: 25% Midterm: 30% Final:50% There is 5% extra! (25+30+50=105!). Outline. Binary system

By liam
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Chapter 10.3: Logic Gates

Chapter 10.3: Logic Gates

Chapter 10.3: Logic Gates. Based on Slides from Discrete Mathematical Structures: Theory and Applications and by Aaron Bloomfield. Learning Objectives.

By lotus
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Frequency analysis: why?

Frequency analysis: why?

analysis. General Transform as problem-solving tool. s(t), S(f) : Transform Pair. time, t frequency, f F s(t) S(f) = F [s(t)]. synthesis. Frequency analysis: why?. Fast & efficient insight on signal’s building blocks. Simplifies original problem - ex.: solving Part. Diff. Eqns. (PDE).

By jacob
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Designing a Lock-in Amplifier with Analog to Digital Conversion

Designing a Lock-in Amplifier with Analog to Digital Conversion

Designing a Lock-in Amplifier with Analog to Digital Conversion. Muir Morrison Rachel Miller Mike Gallaspy. Outline. What is a lock-in? Why is it useful? Design & implementation of the analog circuit Digital electronics, very briefly Analog to digital conversion

By Sophia
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Drawing in Java

Drawing in Java

Drawing in Java. Barb Ericson Georgia Institute of Technology Sept 21, 2009. Learning Goals. Understand at a conceptual and practical level Class methods String objects and methods How to use comments in a Java method How to use the Java API How to draw simple shapes in Java

By niveditha
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Binomial Queues

Binomial Queues

Binomial Queues. Text Read Weiss, § 6.8 Binomial Queue Definition of binomial queue Definition of binary addition Building a Binomial Queue Sequence of inserts What in the world does binary addition have in common with binomial queues?. Motivation.

By niveditha
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Logic Design Dr. Yosry A. Azzam

Logic Design Dr. Yosry A. Azzam

Logic Design Dr. Yosry A. Azzam. Binary systems. Chapter 1. Agenda Binary Systems : Binary Numbers, Binary Codes, Binary Logic ASCII Code (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) Boolean Algebra (Basic Theorems, Property of Boolean Algebra, Boolean Functions) Logic Gates.

By adie
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Short Term/Working Memory

Short Term/Working Memory

Langston, PSY 4040 Cognitive Psychology Notes 4. Short Term/Working Memory. What do these have in common?. You can still remember details of your tenth birthday party (which you don ’ t need), but you have trouble remembering a definition long enough to write it down.

By kineks
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Getting Ready to Enter x86 Protected Mode

Getting Ready to Enter x86 Protected Mode

Getting Ready to Enter x86 Protected Mode. Survival tactics for enabling Protected-Mode with a minimum of supporting infrastructure. Diagnostics. Upon entering protected-mode, the “rules” change regarding the allowed CPU actions

By connor
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Binary Notation

Binary Notation

Binary Notation. The world reduced to 0’s & 1’s. What are binary numbers?. Decimal system uses ten symbols to represent numeric information 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Each position within a number represents 10 raised to a power

By liesel
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Recursion and Induction

Recursion and Induction

Recursion and Induction. Themes Recursion Recurrence Relations Recursive Definitions Induction (prove properties of recursive programs and objects defined recursively) Examples Tower of Hanoi Gray Codes Hypercube. Tower of Hanoi. There are three towers

By magar
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CMSC201 Computer Science I for Majors Lecture 20 – Project 3 and Miscellaneous Topics

CMSC201 Computer Science I for Majors Lecture 20 – Project 3 and Miscellaneous Topics

CMSC201 Computer Science I for Majors Lecture 20 – Project 3 and Miscellaneous Topics. Last Class We Covered. Dictionaries Creating Accessing Manipulating Methods Hashing Dictionaries vs Lists. Any Questions from Last Time?. Today’s Objectives.

By amie
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Numbers and their bases

Numbers and their bases

Numbers and their bases. Information on computers are all represented as numbers. For example, ord (‘a’) == 97, ord (‘+’) == 43 (See ASCII table). All audio, video, and photos are represented as numbers.

By kirra
(126 views)

Regular Expression Manipulation FSM Model

Regular Expression Manipulation FSM Model

Regular Expression Manipulation FSM Model. Sequential Machine Theory Prof. K. J. Hintz Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Lecture 5. Modifications by Marek Perkowski. Null Machine. 3 Methods for Proving That a Machine Accepts No Words By inspection

By japheth
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Digital Logic Design

Digital Logic Design

Digital Logic Design. CHAPTER 1 BINARY SYSTEMS. Digital Computers & Digital Systems. the most striking property of a digital computer is its generality. It can follow a sequence of instructions, called a program, that operates on given data.

By shea
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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Chapter 2. Data Representation in Computer Systems. 2.1 Introduction. A bit is the most basic unit of information in a computer. It is a state of “on” or “off” in a digital circuit. Sometimes they represent high or low voltage

By orrin
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