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## Application: Digital Logic Circuits

Application: Digital Logic Circuits. Lecture 5 Section 1.4 Wed, Jan 24, 2007. Logic Gates. Three basic logic gates AND-gate OR-gate NOT-gate Two other gates NAND-gate (NOT-AND) NOR-gate (NOT-OR). AND-Gate. Output is 1 if both inputs are 1. Output is 0 if either input is 0. OR-Gate.

By demetrius
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## Java Graphical User Interface (GUI) using Visual Editor in eclipse

Java Graphical User Interface (GUI) using Visual Editor in eclipse. CSI 1390 – Java Programming Instructor: Saeid Nourian snourian@site.uottawa.ca University of Ottawa Fall 2007. Outline. Installing VE Creating Visual Classes GUI Elements Hierarchy of GUI Element Layouts Properties

By piera
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## First, isolate the term containing the radical.

Example 1 (one radical): Solve . Equation Containing Radicals: Solving Algebraically. First, isolate the term containing the radical. Next, square both sided to remove the radical. Now solve the resulting equation. x = - 4, x = - 3.

By wan
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## Key Constraints

since. name. dname. ssn. lot. Employees. Manages. Key Constraints. did. budget. Consider Works_In: An employee can work in many departments; a dept can have many employees. In contrast, each dept has at most one manager, according to the key constraint on Manages. Departments.

By maida
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## Introduction to CUDA Programming

Introduction to CUDA Programming. Textures Andreas Moshovos Winter 2009 Some material from: Matthew Bolitho’s slides. Memory Hierarchy overview. Registers Very fast Shared Memory Very Fast Local Memory 400-600 cycles Global Memory 400-600 cycles Constant Memory 400-600 cycles

By chaz
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## Microeconomic for public policy

Microeconomic for public policy. Chapter 1. ECONOMIC MODELS. Economics is the study of how scarce resources are allocated among alternative use “Economic models” are used for this purpose. Economic Models.

By shelly
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## LECTURE UNIT 5 Confidence Intervals (application of the Central Limit Theorem)

LECTURE UNIT 5 Confidence Intervals (application of the Central Limit Theorem). Sections 5.1, 5.2 Introduction and Confidence Intervals for Proportions. Lecture Unit 5 Objectives.

By kalei
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## Derivatives

Derivatives. Lecture 5. Hedge Ratios. The art in hedging is finding the exact number of contracts to make the net gain/loss = \$ 0. This is called the Hedge Ratio. Value Asset Value of Contract. # of Ks = ---------------------------------- X Hedge Ratio.

By kayleen
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## Group Dynamics

Group Dynamics. Group Stages and Development. Relevance to OD. Click Here. Contents. Group Stages and Development Theoretical Orientations Integration of Theories Examples Application Group 6 Reflections Additional Resources. Group Stages and Development. Stages of Group Development.

By chun
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## Monitors

Monitors. CS 537 - Introduction to Operating Systems. Issues with Semaphores. Semaphores are useful and powerful BUT, they require programmer to think of every timing issue easy to miss something difficult to debug Examples Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 mutex.P() mutex.V() mutex.P()

By marvin
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## Modeling Your Data

Modeling Your Data. Chapter 2. Part II. Discussion of the Model: Good Design/ Bad Design?. Design : The Obvious !. Use meaningful and descriptive names (it’s for the human after all) Keep as simple as possible, and relevant to the application at hand Avoid redundant constructs

By cruz
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## Non-Linear Regression

Non-Linear Regression. What is it? Why and when to use? Model assumptions Typical non-linear models Obtaining parameter estimates. Non-linear regression. What is it? Model is non-linear in the parameters. Types of models: Linear. Intrinsically linear. Intrinsically non-linear.

By belva
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## AAEC 4302 ADVANCED STATISTICAL METHODS IN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH

AAEC 4302 ADVANCED STATISTICAL METHODS IN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH. Chapter 7.3 Dummy Variables. Use of Dummy Variables (7.3). In many models, one or more of the independent variables is qualitative or categorical in nature

By duman
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## TTS 171 : PART 1: 2002

TTS 171 : PART 1: 2002. ANNEX E PRESENTER WINSTON THOMAS. ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR 1. MAXIMUM CONDUCTORS IN CONDUIT AND BOXES. Objective Simple guide Calculation. Cont’d. Maximum number of cables Conduits Boxes . CONDUITS. Electrical Metallic Tubing or E.M.T

By zarifa
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## Chapter 7 Confidence Intervals (application of the Central Limit Theorem)

Chapter 7 Confidence Intervals (application of the Central Limit Theorem). Introduction and Confidence Intervals for Proportions. Chapter 7 Objectives. Construct confidence intervals for population proportions based on the information contained in a single sample. Concepts of Estimation.

By artan
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## Web Foundations

Web Foundations. Tuesday, October 8, 2013 LECTURE 8 : Float, Intro to The Design of Everyday Things. Intermediate/Advanced CSS : Float.

By ivan
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## Logic Puzzles - Knights and Knaves

Logic Puzzles - Knights and Knaves. AE1APS Algorithmic Problem Solving John Drake. The island of Knights and Knaves. . The island of Knights and Knaves is a fictional island to test peoples’ ability to reason logically. There are two types of people on the island.

By africa
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## Graphics Processing Unit

Graphics Processing Unit . TU/e 5kk73 Zhenyu Ye Henk Corporaal 2013. A Typical GPU Card. GPU Is In Your Pocket Too. Source: http://www.chipworks.com/blog/recentteardowns/2012/09/21/apple-iphone-5-the-a6-application-processor/. GPU Architecture. NVIDIA Fermi, 512 Processing Elements (PEs).

By zareh
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## Pulse Code Modulation (PCM)

Pulse Code Modulation (PCM). Example. Solution. In the previous example we have 8-quantization levels (to encode with 3-bits) from code number 0 to 7 (from binary code 000 to 111) Sample value : 2.8 3.2 2.7 1.1 Nearest level : 3 3 2.5 1

By gerodi
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## Unit 1, Lesson 8

Unit 1, Lesson 8. Rational Exponents and Radicals: Rationalizing the denominator. Rational Denominator. Rational denominators simply means the bottom number does not have a radical in it. For example, has a rational denominator while doesn’t

By glora
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