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My question is little different. Each Process Pi, i = 1....9 is coded as follows repeat P(mutex) {Critical section} V(mutex) forever The code for P10 is identical except it uses V(mutex) in place of P(mutex). What is the largest ... you can signal semaphore from any other thread (or process), so semaphores are more suitable for some synchronization problems like producerconsumer."
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GATE199716
In this GATE ques Part a) For Size balanced tree the recurrence (max height) is T(h)=T(h1) +T(h2) +1, solving which we get T(0)=1, T(1)=2,T(2)=1+2+1=4, T(3)=4+2+1=7 Here, T(0),T(1),T(2) are of the form 2h but T(3) is not equal to 23 then how can we claim that "sizebalance binary tree of height 'h' contain at least 2h nodes." ?
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GATE199776b
Consider the following relational database schema: EMP (eno name, age) PROJ (pno name) INVOLVED (eno, pno) EMP contains information about employees. PROJ about projects and involved about which employees involved in which projects. The underlined attributes are the primary keys for ... $E$ ($\rho$ is called the rename operator))
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Let * be defined as x*y= x'+y. Let z = x*y. Value of z*x is (a) x +y (b) x (c) 0 (d) 1
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GATE1997 (1marks question) logic function and minimization
Let * be define as x*y=x'+y. let z=x*y value of z*x is ... 1>x'+y 2>x 3>0 4>1
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GATE1997
Which of the following is essential for converting an infix expression into postfix? a  An operator stack b  An operand stack c  both a and b d  A parse tree I understand that you do not require an operand stack; only operator stack can do the job. But don't the parse tree also qualify for the answer?
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Deadlock
A computer has six tape drivers, with n processes competing for them. Each process may need two drivers. What is the maximum value of n for the system to be deadlock free? a] 6 b] 5 c] 4 d] 3
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Jan 16, 2016
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GATE199776a
Consider the following relational database schema: EMP (eno name, age) PROJ (pno name) INVOLVED (eno, pno) EMP contains information about employees. PROJ about projects and involved about which employees involved in which projects. The underlined attributes are the ... which is equivalent to SQL query. select eno from EMPINVOLVED where EMP.eno=INVOLVED.eno and INVOLVED.pno=3
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GATE199775
An operating system handles requests to resources as follows. A process (which asks for some resources, uses them for some time and then exits the system) is assigned a unique timestamp are when it starts. The timestamps are monotonically increasing with time. Let us denote the timestamp ... yes, show how. If not prove it. Can a process P ever starve? If yes, show how. If not prove it.
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Oct 15, 2015
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GATE199774
A program $P$ reads and processes $1000$ consecutive records from a sequential file $F$ stored on device $D$ without using any file system facilities. Given the following Size of each record $= 3200$ bytes Access time of $D = 10$ ... using a blocking factor of $2$ (i.e., each block on D contains two records of $F$) and $P$ uses one buffer?
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GATE199773
A concurrent system consists of $3$ processes using a shared resource $R$ in a nonpreemptible and mutually exclusive manner. The processes have unique priorities in the range $1 \dots 3$, $3$ being the highest priority. It is required to synchronize the processes ... ]:=true; else begin V(proceed [priority]); busy:=true; end V(mutex) Give the pseudo code for the procedure release_R.
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GATE199772
Following floating point number format is given $f$ is a fraction represented by a 6bit mantissa (includes sign bit) in sign magnitude form e is a 4bit exponent (includes sign hit) in sign magnitude form n=($f$, e) = $f$, 2$^e$ is a floating ... in floating point addition of A and B What is the percentage error (upto one position beyond decimal point) in the addition operation in (b)?
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GATE199771
Let $f=(\bar{w} + y)(\bar{x} +y)(w+\bar{x}+z)(\bar{w}+z)(\bar{x}+z)$ Express $f$ as the minimal sum of products. Write only the answer. If the output line is stuck at $0$, for how many input combinations will the value of $f$ be correct?
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GATE199770
Following is a state table for time finite state machine. Present State Next State Output Input  $0$ Input  $1$ $A$ $B$ $C$ $D$ $E$ $F$ $G$ $H$ $B.1$ $F.1$ $D.0$ $C.0$ $D.1$ $C.1$ $C.1$ $C.0$ $H.1$ $D.1$ ... . (Use appropriate names for the equivalent states. For example if states $X$ and $Y$ are equivalent then use $XY$ as the name for the equivalent state in the minimal machine).
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GATE199723
The language L, defined by the following grammar, allows use of real or integer data in expressions and assignment statements.
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GATE199721
Given that $L$ is a language accepted by a finite state machine, show that $L^P$ and $L^R$ are also accepted by some finite state machines, where $L^P = \left\{s \mid ss' \in L \text{ some string }s'\right\}$ $L^R = \left\{s \mid s \text{ obtained by reversing some string in }L\right\}$
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GATE199720
Construct a finite state machine with minimum number of states, accepting all strings over $(a,b)$ such that the number of $a$'s is divisible by two and the number of $b$'s is divisible by three.
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GATE199719
A $B^+$  tree of order $d$ is a tree in which each internal node has between $d$ and $2 d$ key values. An internal node with $M$ key values has $M + 1$ children. The root (if it is an internal node) has between $1$ and $2d$ key values. The distance of a node ... of order $4$ with $52$ leaves? What is the minimum number of leaves in a $B^+$tree of order $d$ and height $h(h\geq 1)$?
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GATE199718
Consider the following piece of 'C' code fragment that removes duplicates from an ordered list of integers. Node *removeduplicates (Node* head, int *j) { Node *t1, *t2; *j=0; t1 = head; if (t1! = NULL) t2 = t1 >next; else return head; ... of times statements marked $S2$ get executed? What is the significance of the value in the integer pointed to by $j$ when the function completes?
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GATE199717
An array $A$ contains $n \geq 1$ positive integers in the locations $A[1], A[2], \dots A[n]$. The following program fragment prints the length of a shortest sequence of consecutive elements of $A$, $A[i], A[i+1], \dots,A[j]$ such that the sum of their values is $\geq M$, a ... sum:= ◻ end else begin if(ji) < min then min:=ji; sum:=sum A[i]; i:=i+1; end writeln (min +1); end.
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GATE199716
A sizebalanced binary tree is a binary tree in which for every node the difference between the number of nodes in the left and right subtree is at most $1$. The distance of a node from the root is the length of the path from the root to the node. The ... of height $h \geqslant 1$, how many nodes are at distance $h1$ from the root? Write only the answer without any explanations.
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GATE199715
Consider the following function. Function F(n, m:integer):integer; begin If (n<=0 or (m<=0) then F:=1 else F:F(n1, m) + F(n, m1); end; Use the recurrence relation ... the value of $F(n, m)$? How many recursive calls are made to the function $F$, including the original call, when evaluating $F(n, m)$.
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GATE199714
Let $R$ be a reflexive and transitive relation on a set $A$. Define a new relation $E$ on $A$ as $E=\{(a, b) \mid (a, b) \in R \text{ and } (b, a) \in R \}$ Prove that $E$ is an equivalence relation on $A$. Define a relation $\leq$ on the equivalence classes of $E$ ... $\exists a, b$ such that $a \in E_1, b \in E_2 \text{ and } (a, b) \in R$. Prove that $\leq$ is a partial order.
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GATE199713
Let $F$ be the set of onetoone functions from the set $\{1, 2, \dots, n\}$ to the set $\{1, 2,\dots, m\}$ where $m\geq n\geq1$. How many functions are members of $F$? How many functions $f$ in $F$ satisfy the property $f(i)=1$ for some $i, 1\leq i \leq n$? How many functions $f$ in $F$ satisfy the property $f(i)<f(j)$ for all $i,j \ \ 1\leq i \leq j \leq n$?
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GATE199712
Consider a hash table with $n$ buckets, where external (overflow) chaining is used to resolve collisions. The hash function is such that the probability that a key value is hashed to a particular bucket is $\frac{1}{n}$. The hash table is initially empty and ... has occurred in any of the $K$ insertions? What is the probability that the first collision occurs at the $K^{th}$ insertion?
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GATE199711
Consider the grammar $S \rightarrow bSe$ $S \rightarrow PQR$ $P \rightarrow bPc$ $P \rightarrow \varepsilon$ $Q \rightarrow cQd$ $Q \rightarrow \varepsilon$ $R \rightarrow dRe$ $R \rightarrow \varepsilon$ where $S, P, Q, R$ are nonterminal symbols with $S$ being the ... $i, j, k, m$? Find the smallest string that has two parse trees.
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GATE199710
Consider the following program in PseudoPascal syntax. program what: var z: integer procedure recur(x): begin if x <= 40 then begin x:x+z recur(x); z:=x+10 end end(*recur*) begin(*what*) z=10; recur(z); writeln(z) end Suppose the ... printed by program? How many times is ‘recur’ called? What value is printed by the program if the parameter is passed by reference?
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GATE19979
Consider a graph whose vertices are points in the plane with integer coordinates $(x,y)$ such that $1 \leq x \leq n$ and $1 \leq y \leq n$, where $n \geq 2$ is an integer. Two vertices $(x_1, y_1)$ and $(x_2, y_2)$ are ... ? Write only the answer without any explanations. What is the weight of a maximum weightspanning tree in this graph? Write only the answer without any explanations.
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