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GATE 1990 Computer Science questions
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GATE19901ivb
A 32bit floatingpoint number is represented by a 7bit signed exponent, and a 24bit fractional mantissa. The base of the scale factor is 16, The range of the exponent is ___________, if the scale factor is represented in excess64 format.
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GATE19901viii
The condition for overflow in the addition of two $2's$ complement numbers in terms of the carry generated by the two most significant bits is ___________.
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Nov 27, 2016
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Digital Logic
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GATE199017c
Show that the elements of the lattice $(N, \leq)$, where $N$ is the set of positive intergers and $a \leq b$ if and only if $a$ divides $b$, satisfy the distributive property.
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Nov 27, 2016
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Set Theory & Algebra
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GATE199017b
Show, using resolution, that the following wellformed formula is valid for all interpretations: $\left(\forall x \forall y \left(f \left(x, y \right) \Leftarrow \neg y \left(y, x \right) = \left(\forall x \left(f \left(x, x \right)\right)$
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Nov 27, 2016
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Mathematical Logic
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GATE199017a
Express $T(n)$ in terms of the harmonic number $H_{n}= \sum_{t=1}^{n} 1/i, n \geq 1$, where $T(n)$ satisfies the recurrence relation, $T(n)=\frac{n+1}{n} T(n  1)+1$, for $n \geq \sum$ and $T(1) = 1$ What is the asymptotic behaviour of $T(n)$ as a function of $n$ ?
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Nov 27, 2016
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Algorithms
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makhdoom ghaya
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GATE199016b
Consider the grammar: $G_{2}$: Para $\rightarrow$ Sentence RP/Sentence RP $\rightarrow$ b Sentence RP  b Sentence Sentence $\rightarrow$ Word b Sentence Word Word $\rightarrow$ letter *word  letter letter $\rightarrow$ id Where $id,,*,.b$ ar terminals ... how to use a stack algorithm to parse the following string. $id*id.b id * id.$ The parse should generated a rightmost derivation.
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Nov 26, 2016
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Compiler Design
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makhdoom ghaya
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GATE199016a
Show that grammar $G1$ is ambiguous using parse trees: $G_{1}: S \rightarrow$ if S then S else S $S \rightarrow$ if S then S
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Nov 26, 2016
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Compiler Design
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makhdoom ghaya
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compilerdesign
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GATE199015b
Complete the following production rules which generate the language: $L= \left\{a^{n} b^{n} c^{n}\mid a, b, c \in \Sigma \right\}$ where variables $R$ and $Q$ are used to move back and forth over the current string generated $S \rightarrow aYc$ ... $Qc \rightarrow cQ$ $Q \rightarrow R'c$ $cR' \rightarrow ...$ $bR' \rightarrow ...$ $aR' \rightarrow a...$
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Nov 26, 2016
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Theory of Computation
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makhdoom ghaya
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theoryofcomputation
grammar
contextsensitive
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GATE199015a
Is the language generated by the grammer $G$ regular? If so, give a regular expression for it, else prove otherwise G: $S \rightarrow aB$ $B \rightarrow bC$ $C \rightarrow xB$ $C \rightarrow c$
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Nov 26, 2016
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Theory of Computation
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makhdoom ghaya
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theoryofcomputation
regularlanguages
regulargrammar
grammar
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GATE199014
The following algorithm (written in pseudopascal) work on an undirected graph G program Explore (G) procedure Visit (u) begin if Adj (u) is not empty {comment:Adj (u) is the list of edges incident to u} then begin Select an edge from Adj (u); ... edges, given that each vertex can be accessed and removed from LIST in constant time. Also show that all edges of the graph are traversed.
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Nov 26, 2016
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Graph Theory
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GATE199013b
Consider a hash table with chaining scheme for overflow handling: What is the worstcase timing complexity of inserting $n$ elements into such a table? For what type of instance does this hashing scheme take the worstcase time for insertion?
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Nov 26, 2016
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Algorithms
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makhdoom ghaya
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hashing
algorithms
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GATE199013a
Consider the heightbalanced tree $T_{t}$ with values stored at only the leaf nodes, shown in Fig.4. Fig. 4 (i) Show how to merge to the tree, $T_{1}$ elements from tree $T_{2}$ shown in Fig.5 using node D of tree $T_{1}$. Fig. 5 (ii) What is the ... $T_{1}$ and $T_{2}$ are of height $h_{1}$ and $h_{2}$ respectively, assuming that rotation schemes are given. Give reasons.
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Nov 26, 2016
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DS
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datastructure
trees
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GATE199012b
Consider the following problem. Given $n$ positive integers $a_{1}, a_{2}\dots a_n,$ it is required to partition them in to two parts $A$ and $B$ such that $\sum_{i \in A} a_{i}  \sum_{i \in B} a_{i}$ is minimised Consider a greedy ... in that part whose sum in smaller at that step. Give an example with $n=5$ for which the solution produced by the greedy algorithm is not optimal.
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Nov 25, 2016
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Algorithms
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makhdoom ghaya
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algorithms
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GATE199012a
Consider the following instance of the $0 1$ Knapsack problem: $\max 6X_{1} + 11X_{2} + 16X_{3} + 21X_{4} + 26X_{5}$ Subject to $4X_{1} + 8X_{2} + 12X_{3} + 16X_{4} + 20 X_{5} < 32$ and $X_{i}=0$ or $1$ ... the nodes in the tree in the order in which they are expanded and for each node show the bound on the partial solutions and the decision which leads to that node.
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Nov 25, 2016
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Algorithms
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makhdoom ghaya
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algorithms
branchandbound
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GATE199011b
The following program computes values of a mathematical function $f(x)$. Determine the form of $f(x)$. main () { int m, n; float x, y, t; scanf ("%f%d", &x, &n); t = 1; y = 0; m = 1; do { t *= (x/m); y += t; } while (m++ < n); printf ("The value of y is %f", y); }
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Nov 25, 2016
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Algorithms
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makhdoom ghaya
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identifyfunction
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GATE199011a
What does the following program output? program module (input, output); var a:array [1...5] of integer; i, j: integer procedure unknown (b: integer, var c: integer); var i:integer; begin for i := 1 to 5 do a[i] := i; b:= 0; c := 0 for i := 1 to 5 do write (a[i]); writeln(); a[3]:= ... c,b); b := 5; c := 6; end; begin i:=1; j:=3; unknown (a[i], a[j]); for i:=1 to 5 do write (a[i]) end.
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Nov 25, 2016
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Compiler Design
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makhdoom ghaya
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compilerdesign
runtimeenvironments
parameterpassing
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GATE199010b
One giga bytes of data are to be organized as an indexedsequential file with a uniform blocking factor 8. Assuming a block size of 1 Kilo bytes and a block refrencing pointer size of $32$ bits, find out the number of levels of indexing that would be ... the size of the master index. The referencing capability (fanout ratio) per block of index storage may be considered to be $32$.
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Nov 24, 2016
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Databases
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makhdoom ghaya
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GATE199010a
Consider the following relational database: employees (eno, ename, address, basicsalary) projects (pno, pname, nosofstaffsallotted) working (pno, eno, pjob) The queries regarding data in the above database are formulated below in SQL. Describe in ... *) FROM projects)) SELECT pname FROM projects WHERE pno IN (SELECT pno FROM projects MINUS SELECT DISTINCT pno FROM working);
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Nov 24, 2016
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Databases
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makhdoom ghaya
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databases
sql
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GATE19909b
Assuming the current disk cylinder to be $50$ and the sequence for the cylinders to be $1, 36, 49, 65, 53, 12, 3, 20, 55, 16, 65$ and $78$ find the sequence of servicing using Shortest seek time first (SSTF) and Elevator disk scheduling policies.
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Nov 24, 2016
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Operating System
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makhdoom ghaya
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operatingsystem
diskscheduling
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GATE19909a
Assume that an instruction testandset (TS) has been provided in a machine whose function is as follows: 'the left most bit of the one byte operand is checked and accordingly the condition code (CC) is set to $1$ or $0$. After checking and setting the condition code, critical region using this instruction.
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Nov 24, 2016
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Operating System
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makhdoom ghaya
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operatingsystem
processsynchronization
criticalsection
badquestion
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GATE19908b
State the Booth's algorithm for multiplication of two numbers. Draw a block diagram for the implementation of the Booth's algorithm for determining the product of two 8bit signed numbers.
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Nov 24, 2016
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Digital Logic
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makhdoom ghaya
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digitallogic
boothsalgorithm
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GATE19908a
A single bus CPU consists of four general purpose register, namely, $R0 ....... R3, ALU, MAR, MDR, PC, SP$ and $IR$ (Instruction Register). Assuming suitable microinstructions, write a microroutine for the instruction, $ADD R0, R1$
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Nov 24, 2016
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CO & Architecture
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makhdoom ghaya
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coandarchitecture
microprogramming
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GATE19907c
A certain moving arm diskstorage device has the following specifications: Number of tracks per surface=$404$ Track storage capacity=$130030$ bytes. Disk speed=$3600$ rpm Average seek time=$30$ m secs. Estimate the average latency, the disk storage capacity and the data transfer rate.
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Nov 24, 2016
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GATE19907b
In a twolevel virtual memory, the memory access time for main memory, $t_{M}=10^{8}$ sec, and the memory access time for the secondary memory, $t_D=10^{3}$ sec. What must be the hit ratio, $H$ such that the access efficiency is within $80$ percent of its maximum value?
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Nov 24, 2016
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Operating System
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makhdoom ghaya
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virtualmemory
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GATE19907a
A blockset associative cache memory consists of $128$ blocks divided into four block sets. The main memory consists of $16, 384$ blocks and each block contains $256$ eight bit words. How many bits are required for addressing the main memory? How many bits are needed to represent the TAG, SET and WORD fields?
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Nov 24, 2016
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CO & Architecture
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coandarchitecture
cachememory
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GATE19905c
For the synchronous counter shown in Fig.3, write the truth table of $Q_{0}, Q_{1}$,and $Q_{2}$ after each pulse, starting from $Q_{0}=Q_{1}=Q_{2}=0$ and determine the counting sequence and also the modulus of the counter.
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Nov 24, 2016
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Digital Logic
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makhdoom ghaya
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gate1990
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digitallogic
flipflop
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GATE19905b
Show with the help of a block diagram how the Boolean function : $f=AB+BC+CA$ can be realised using only a $4:1$ multiplexer.
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Nov 24, 2016
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Digital Logic
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makhdoom ghaya
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digitallogic
multiplexer
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GATE19905a
Find the minimum product of sums of the following expression $f=ABC + \bar{A}\bar{B}\bar{C}$
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Nov 24, 2016
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Digital Logic
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makhdoom ghaya
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digitallogic
canonicalnormalform
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GATE19904v
State whether the following statements are TRUE or FALSE with reason: The Linkloadandgo loading scheme required less storage space than the linkandgo loading scheme.
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Nov 24, 2016
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Compiler Design
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makhdoom ghaya
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truefalse
compilerdesign
runtimeenvironments
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GATE19904iv
State whether the following statements are TRUE or FALSE with reason: Transferring data in blocks from the main memory to the cache memory enables an interleaved main memory unit to operate at its maximum speed.
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Nov 24, 2016
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CO & Architecture
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coandarchitecture
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