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GATE 1993 Computer Science Questions and Solutions
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GATE199324
The following relations are used to store data about students, courses, enrollment of students in courses and teachers of courses. Attributes for primary key in each relation are marked by *'. Students (rollno*, sname, saddr) courses (cno*, cname) enroll(rollno*, cno*, ... ? If yes, prove that it is in 3 NF. If not normalize, the relations so that they are in 3NF (without proving)?
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GATE199363
Multiple choices can be correct. Mark all of them. For the initial state of 000, the function performed by the arrangement of the JK flipflops in figure is: Shift Register Mod 3 Counter Mod 6 Counter Mod 2 Counter None of the above
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Digital Logic
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GATE19936.2
If the state machine described in figure, should have a stable state, the restriction on the inputs given by $a.b=1$ $a+b=1$ $\bar{a} + \bar{b} =0$ $\overline{a.b}=1$ $\overline{a+b} =1$
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circuitoutput
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GATE199328
Let $\left(\{ p,q \},*\right)$ be a semigroup where $p*p=q$. Show that: $p*q=q*p$ and $q*q=q$
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Set Theory & Algebra
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groups
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GATE199327
Draw the state transition of a deterministic finite state automaton which accepts all strings from the alphabet $\{a,b\}$, such that no string has $3$ consecutive occurrences of the letter $b$.
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Theory of Computation
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theoryofcomputation
finiteautomata
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GATE199326
A stack is used to pass parameters to procedures in a procedure call. If a procedure $P$ has two parameters as described in procedure definition: procedure P (var x :integer; y: integer); and if $P$ is called by ; $P(a, b)$ State precisely in a ... parameters $a$ and $b$ In the generated code for the body of procedure $P$, how will the addressing of formal parameters $x$ and $y$ differ?
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Compiler Design
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GATE199325
A simple Pascal like language has only three statements. assignment statement e.g. x:=expression loop construct e.g. for i:=expression to expression do statement sequencing e.g. begin statement ;…; statement end Write a contextfree grammar (CFG) for statements in the ... in CFG. Show the parse tree for the following statements: for j:=2 to 10 do begin x:=expr1; y:=expr2; end
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GATE199323
The following relations are used to store data about students, courses, enrollment of students in courses and teachers of courses. Attributes for primary key in each relation are marked by *'. Students (rollno*, sname, saddr) courses (cno*, cname) enroll( ... and name of students who got A grade in at least one course taught by teacher names Ramesh for the above relational database.
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sql
relationalcalculus
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GATE199322
Write a concurrent program using $\text{parbeginparend}$ and semaphores to represent the precedence constraints of the statements $S_1$ to $S_6$, as shown in figure below.
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Operating System
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GATE199321
The following page addresses, in the given sequence, were generated by a program: $\text{1 2 3 4 1 3 5 2 1 5 4 3 2 3}$ This program is run on a demand paged virtual memory system, with main memory size equal to $4$ pages. Indicate the page references for which page faults occur for the following page replacement algorithms. LRU FIFO Assume that the main memory is initially empty
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pagereplacement
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GATE199320
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CO & Architecture
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outofsyllabusnow
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GATE199319
A control algorithm is implemented by the NAND – gate circuitry given in figure below, where $A$ and $B$ are state variable implemented by $D$ flipflops, and $P$ is control input. Develop the state transition table for this controller.
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Digital Logic
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digitallogic
circuitoutput
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descriptive
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GATE199318
Show that proposition $C$ is a logical consequence of the formula $$A\wedge \left(A \to \left(B \vee C\right)\right) \wedge \left( B \to \neg A\right)$$ using truth tables.
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Mathematical Logic
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proof
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GATE199317
Out of a group of $21$ persons, $9$ eat vegetables, $10$ eat fish and $7$ eat eggs. $5$ persons eat all three. How many persons eat at least two out of the three dishes?
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Set Theory & Algebra
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sets
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GATE199316
Prove by the principal of mathematical induction that for any binary tree, in which every nonleaf node has $2$descendants, the number of leaves in the tree is one more than the number of nonleaf nodes.
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datastructure
binarytree
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GATE199315
Consider the recursive algorithm given below: procedure bubblesort (n); var i,j: index; temp : item; begin for i:=1 to n1 do if A[i] > A[i+1] then begin temp := A[i]; A[i] := A[i+1]; A[i+1] := temp; end; bubblesort (n1) ... ' statement gets executed when the algorithm is run with value $n$. Set up the recurrence relation by defining $a_n$ in terms of $a_{n1}$. Solve for $a_n$.
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Algorithms
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GATE199314
An $\text{ISAM}$ (indexed sequential) file consists of records of size $64$ $bytes$ each, including key field of size $14$ $bytes$. An address of a disk block takes $2$ $bytes$. If the disk block size is $512$ $bytes$ and there are $16$ $K$ records, compute the size of the data and index areas in terms of number blocks. How many levels of $\text{tree}$ do you have for the index?
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Databases
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GATE199313
Consider a singly linked list having $n$ nodes. The data items $d_1, d_2, \dots d_n$ are stored in these $n$ nodes. Let $X$ be a pointer to the $j^{th}$ node $(1 \leq j \leq n)$ in which $d_j$ is stored. A new data item $d$ stored in node with address $Y$ ... insert $d$ into the list to obtain a list having items $d_1, d_2, \dots, d_{j}, d,\dots, d_n$ in order without using the header.
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linkedlists
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GATE199312
The following Pascal program segments finds the largest number in a twodimensional integer array $A[0\dots n1, 0\dots n1]$ using a single loop. Fill up the boxes to complete the program and write against $\fbox{A}, \fbox{B}, \fbox{C} \text{ and } \fbox{D}$ in your answer book Assume that ... if A[i, j]>max then max:=A[i, j]; if C then j:=j+1; else begin j:=0; i:=D end end end
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GATE199311
In the threelevel memory hierarchy shown in the following table, $p_i$ denotes the probability that an access request will refer to $M_i$. Hierarchy Level $(M_i)$ Access Time $(t_i)$ Probability of access $(p_i)$ Page Transfer Time $(T_i)$ $M_1$ $M_2$ ... such a page swap is $T_i$. Calculate the average time $t_A$ required for a processor to read one word from this memory system.
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coandarchitecture
cachememory
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GATE199310
The instruction format of a CPU is: OP CODE MODE RegR _____one memory word___ $\text{Mode}$ and $\text{RegR}$ together specify the operand. $\text{RegR}$ specifies a CPU register and $\text{Mode}$ specifies an addressing mode. In particular, $\text ... address of the operand? Assuming that is a nonjump instruction, what are the contents of PC after the execution of this instruction?
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GATE19939
Assume that only half adders are available in your laboratory. Show that any binary function can be implemented using half adders only.
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Digital Logic
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GATE19938.7
$\displaystyle \sum_{1\leq k\leq n} O(n)$, where $O(n)$ stands for order $n$ is: $O(n)$ $O(n^2)$ $O(n^3)$ $O(3n^2)$ $O(1.5n^2)$
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Algorithms
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timecomplexity
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GATE19938.6
Let $A$ and $B$ be sets with cardinalities $m$ and $n$ respectively. The number of oneone mappings from $A$ to $B$, when $m < n$, is $m^n$ $^nP_m$ $^mC_n$ $^nC_m$ $^mP_n$
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Set Theory & Algebra
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settheory&algebra
functions
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GATE19938.5
The lessthan relation, $<,$ on reals is a partial ordering since it is asymmetric and reflexive a partial ordering since it is antisymmetric and reflexive not a partial ordering because it is not asymmetric and not reflexive not a partial ordering because it is not antisymmetric and reflexive none of the above
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GATE19938.4
Let A be a finite set of size n. The number of elements in the power set of $A\times A$ is: $2^{2^n}$ $2^{n^2}$ $(2^n)^2$ $(2^2)^n$ None of the above
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GATE19938.3
Let $S$ be an infinite set and $S_1 \dots , S_n$ be sets such that $S_1 \cup S_2 \cup \dots \cup S_n = S$. Then at least one of the set $S_i$ is a finite set not more than one of the set $S_i$ can be finite at least one of the sets $S_i$ is an infinite not more than one of the sets $S_i$ can be infinite None of the above
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GATE19938.2
The proposition $p \wedge (\sim p \vee q)$ is: a tautology logically equivalent to $p \wedge q$ logically equivalent to $p \vee q$ a contradiction none of the above
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Mathematical Logic
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mathematicallogic
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propositionallogic
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GATE19938.1
Consider a simple connected graph $G$ with $n$ vertices and $n$ edges $(n > 2)$. Then, which of the following statements are true? $G$ has no cycles The graph obtained by removing any edge from $G$ is not connected $G$ has at least one cycle The graph obtained by removing any two edges from $G$ is not connected None of the above
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Graph Theory
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graphtheory
graphconnectivity
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GATE19937.10
Assume that the following jobs are to be executed on a single processor system Job Id CPU Burst Time $p$ $4$ $q$ $1$ $r$ $8$ $s$ $1$ $t$ $2$ The jobs are assumed to have arrived at time $0^+$ and in the order $p,q,r,s,t$. Calculate the departure time (completion time) for job $p$ if scheduling is round robin with time slice $1$ $4$ $10$ $11$ $12$ None of the above
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