CS137: Electronic Design Automation. Day 5: January 21, 2004 Multi-level Synthesis. Today. Multilevel Synthesis/Optimization Why Transforms -- defined Division/extraction How we support transforms Boolean Division Higher quality division Speedup sketch. Multi-level.
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CS137: Electronic Design Automation. Day 5: October 7, 2005 Multi-level Synthesis. Today. Multilevel Synthesis/Optimization Why Transforms -- defined Division/extraction How we support transforms Boolean Division Higher quality division Speedup sketch. Multi-level.
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Cube & Sphere. Chapter 5. Draw Cube. Cube has 8 vertices as the picture shows. Each vertex has color of Red, Blue, Green or Yellow. We need to draw 6 faces. However, we want to draw the front faces only and remove all the back faces. How to control that? There are two methods to do so
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Major New Features of Cube 4.1. Cube Base dynamic bandwidths, node/point, colors dynamic intersection displays email model status geoprocessing to calculate transit access. wizard for adding user programs multiple model applier types function to merge catalogs
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Quiz. For 1 and 2: Tell whether each scale reduces, enlarges, or preserves the size of the actual object. 1. 75 ft:40 in 2. 400 m:1 km 3. What scale factor was used to build a 5 in. model of a 60 ft statue?. 4. What is the scale of a drawing in which a 9 ft wall is 6 cm long?
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7-9. Scaling Three-Dimensional Figures. Course 3. Warm Up. Problem of the Day. Lesson Presentation. 7-9. Scaling Three-Dimensional Figures. Course 3. Warm Up Find the surface area of each rectangular prism. 1. length 14 cm, width 7 cm, height 7 cm
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The Painted Cube Problem. By Becky and Lydia 80 The IN.BB.LG team. Becky Barnes And Lydia Gill. Names: Becky and Lydia . Age: Both 12 years old. School: Settlebeck High School, Sedburgh, Cumbria, England Project: Painted Cube Problem. Isaac Newton (1642-1727).
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Problem Solving/Engineering Design Process. By: Nehemiah Phillips Bradley Asbury Cyra Jones. Step 1: Define Problem. Scrap wood needs to be made into a wooden puzzle cube Must design a 3-D puzzle system that only uses 27 small cubes to create a large puzzle cube when assembled.
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How slowly can you melt the ice cube?
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CUBE: 1 st General Meeting. Sept. 17, 2003 6pm BA1200. http://www.ecf.utoronto.ca/~cube. Club for Undergraduate Biomedical Engineers. Biomedical Engineering
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Cube. Assignment #2 Programming Language, Spring 2003. Cube. Cube 3 by 3 by 3 cube built of 27 smaller cubes Cube is fallen apart into 7 pieces 7 pieces can be assembled in many ways to again form the cube. Assembled Cube. Representation Linearized form string
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Visual Example. Place the chosen cube anywhere to select the difficulty level. Medium. Select Difficulty. Hard. Very Hard. Visual Example. Toms spelling parrot. Place the corresponding cube anywhere to answer or the Exit cube to leave. U. P R. E. O O. B____K. Visual Example.
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