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Is DAG from compiler design is in the syllabus?
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It's subpart of intermediate code generation , so i think questions might be asked.
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In many of the comments i have seen that the topic has been removed. Trying to confirm
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Questions from many of the removed topics have come in the past , it would be safe if we have atleast the overview 😄
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Yes... :)
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what about subspace and vectors in linear algebra ?
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@Satbir

No idea bro. its not clearly mentioned on syllabus. But i am not sure.

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@Satbir

Can be asked generally 2 questions come from LA,one can come from Eigen values and one can come from this or Sytem of equations.

Will this be sufficient I also havn't covered vectors but I have this feeling that they might ask.

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@prashant jha 1 can you show me one question which is not in syllabus and has appeared in paper after 2015.I am planning to leave out of syllabus topics.

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DAG is in syllabus of graph algorithm(DAA). But use of DAG to optimize code should not be asked in paper.

Question can be asked from anywhere if it is even a little bit in syllabus. So leave recent out of syllabus topics carefully.

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