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GATE200111b
A sequential circuit takes an input stream of 0's and 1's and produces an output stream of 0's and 1's. Initially it replicates the input on its output until two consecutive 0's are encountered on the input. From then onward, it produces an output stream, ... be used to design the circuit. Give the minimized sumofproduct expression for J and K inputs of one of its state flipflops
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GATE200121b
Consider a relation examinee (regno, name, score), where regno is the primary key to score is a real number. Write an SQL query to list the regno of examinees who have a score greater than the average score.
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GATE200121c
Consider a relation $\text{examinee (regno, name, score)},$ where regno is the primary key to score is a real number. Suppose the relation $\text{appears (regno, centr_code)}$ specifies the center where an examinee appears. Write an SQL query to list the centr_code having an examinee of score greater than $80.$
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ISRO200711, GATE20011.19
Consider a set of n tasks with known runtimes $r_1, r_2, \dots r_n$ to be run on a uniprocessor machine. Which of the following processor scheduling algorithms will result in the maximum throughput? Round Robin Shortest job first Highest response ratio next first come first served
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GATE200122
We wish to construct a $B^+$ tree with fanout (the number of pointers per node) equal to $3$ for the following set of key values: $80, 50, 10, 70, 30, 100, 90$ Assume that the tree is initially empty and the values are added in the order given. Show ... trees need not be shown. The key values $30$ and $10$ are now deleted from the tree in that order show the tree after each deletion.
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GATE200121a
Consider a relation examinee (regno, name, score), where regno is the primary key to score is a real number. Write a relational algebra using $( \Pi, \sigma, \rho, \times)$ to find the list of names which appear more than once in examinee.
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GATE200120
Consider a disk with the $100$ tracks numbered from $0$ to $99$ rotating at $3000$ rpm. The number of sectors per track is $100$ and the time to move the head between two successive tracks is $0.2$ millisecond. Consider a set of disk requests to ... at track $0$ and the elevator algorithm is used to schedule disk requests, what is the worse case time to complete all the requests?
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GATE200119
Two concurrent processes $P1$ and $P2$ want to use resources $R1$ and $R2$ in a mutually exclusive manner. Initially, $R1$ and $R2$ ... to deadlock. Exchange the statements $Q1$ and $Q3$ and statements $Q2$ and $Q4$. Is mutual exclusion guaranteed now? Can deadlock occur?
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GATE200118
Remove leftrecursion from the following grammar: $S \rightarrow Sa \mid Sb \mid a \mid b$ Consider the following grammar: $S \rightarrow aSbS\mid bSaS \mid ∊$ Construct all possible parse trees for the string abab. Is the grammar ambiguous?
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GATE200117
The syntax of the repeatuntil statement is given by the following grammar $S \rightarrow\text{ repeat }S_1\text{ until }E$ where E stands for expressions, $S$ and $S_1$ stand for statements. The nonterminals $S$ and $S_1$ have an attribute code that ... a statement. Use the operator '\\' to concatenate two strings and the function gen(s) to generate a line containing the string s.
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GATE200116
Consider the following grammar with terminal alphabet $\Sigma =\{a,(,),+,* \}$ and start symbol $E$. The production rules of the grammar are: $ E \rightarrow aA$ $ E \rightarrow (E)$ $A \rightarrow +E$ $A \rightarrow *E$ $A \rightarrow \epsilon $ Compute the FIRST and FOLLOW sets for $E$ and $A$. Complete the LL(1) parse table for the grammar.
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GATE200115
Consider a weighted undirected graph with vertex set $V = \{ n1, n2, n3, n4, n5, n6 \} $ and edge set $E = \{(n1,n2,2), (n1,n3,8), (n1,n6,3), (n2,n4,4), (n2,n5,12), (n3,n4,7), (n4,n5,9), (n4,n6,4)\}$. ... unique over all possible minimum spanning trees of a graph? Is the maximum among the edge weights of a minimum spanning tree unique over all possible minimum spanning tree of a graph?
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GATE200114
Insert the following keys one by one into a binary search tree in the order specified.$15, 32, 20, 9, 3, 25, 12, 1$Show the final binary search tree after the insertions. Draw the binary search tree after deleting $15$ from it. Complete the statements $S1$, $S2$ ... return 0; x = depth (t > left); S1: ___________; S2: if (x > y) return __________; S3: else return _______; }
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GATE200113
Consider the following C program: void abc(char*s) { if(s[0]=='\0')return; abc(s+1); abc(s+1); printf("%c",s[0]); } main() { abc("123"); } What will be the output of the program? If $abc(s)$ is called with a nullterminated string $s$ of length $n$ characters (not counting the null ('\0') character), how many characters will be printed by $abc(s)$?
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GATE200112
Consider a $5$stage pipeline  IF (Instruction Fetch), ID (Instruction Decode and register read), EX (Execute), MEM (memory), and WB (Write Back). All (memory or register) reads take place in the second phase of a clock cycle and all ... Show all data dependencies between the four instructions. Identify the data hazards. Can all hazards be avoided by forwarding in this case.
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GATE200111a
A sequential circuit takes an input stream of 0's and 1's and produces an output stream of 0's and 1's. Initially it replicates the input on its output until two consecutive 0's are encountered on the input. From then onward, it produces an output ... desired output 10110010110100 011 JK masterslave flipflops are to be used to design the circuit. Give the state transition diagram
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GATE200110
Is the $3\text{variable}$ function $f= \Sigma(0,1,2,4)$ its selfdual? Justify your answer. Give a minimal productofsum form of the $b$ output of the following $\text{excess3}$ to $\text{BCD}$ converter.
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GATE20019
A CPU has $32bit$ memory address and a $256 \ KB$ cache memory. The cache is organized as a $4way$ set associative cache with cache block size of $16$ bytes. What is the number of sets in the cache? What is the size (in bits) of the tag ... bits are required to find the byte offset within a cache block? What is the total amount of extra memory (in bytes) required for the tag bits?
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GATE20018
Consider a disk with the following specifications: 20 surfaces, 1000 tracks/surface, 16 sectors/track, data density 1 KB/sector, rotation speed 3000 rpm. The operating system initiates the transfer between the disk and the memory sectorwise. Once the head has been ... transfer? What is the maximum percentage of time the CPU is held up for this disk I/O for cyclestealing DMA transfer?
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GATE20017
Let a decision problem $X$ be defined as follows: $X$: Given a Turing machine $M$ over $\Sigma$ and any word $w \in \Sigma$, does $M$ loop forever on $w$? You may assume that the halting problem of Turing machine is undecidable but partially decidable. Show that $X$ is undecidable Show that $X$ is not even partially decidable
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GATE20016
Give a deterministic PDA for the language $L=\{a^ncb^{2n} \mid n \geq 1\}$ over the alphabet $\Sigma = \{a,b,c\}$. Specify the acceptance state.
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GATE20015
Construct DFA's for the following languages: $L=\left\{w \mid w \in \{a,b\}^*, \text{ w has baab as a substring } \right\}$ $L=\left\{w \mid w \in \{a,b\}^*, \text{ w has an odd number of a's and an odd number of b's } \right\} $
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GATE20014
Consider the function $h: N \times N \rightarrow N$ so that $h(a,b) = (2a +1)2^b  1$, where $N=\{0,1,2,3,\dots\}$ is the set of natural numbers. Prove that the function $h$ is an injection (oneone). Prove that it is also a Surjection (onto)
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GATE20013
Prove that powerset $(A \cap B) = \text{powerset}(A) \cap \text{powerset}(B)$ Let $sum(n) = 0 + 1 + 2 + ..... + n$ for all natural numbers n. Give an induction proof to show that the following equation is true for all natural numbers $m$ and $n$: $sum(m+n) = sum(m) + sum(n) + mn$
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GATE20012.25
Consider a relation geq which represents "greater than or equal to", that is, $(x,y) \in $ geq only if $y \geq x$. create table geq ( ib integer not null, ub integer not null, primary key ib, foreign key (ub) references geq on delete cascade ); Which of the ... tuple (z,w) with z > x is deleted A tuple (z,w) with w < x is deleted The deletion of (x,y) is prohibited
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GATE20012.24
Which of the rational calculus expression is not safe? $\left\{t \mid \exists u \in R_1\left(t[A] = u[A]\right) \land \neg \exists s \in R_2 \left(t[A] = s[A]\right)\right\}$ ... $\left\{t \mid \exists u \in R_1\left(t[A]=u[A]\right) \land \exists s \in R_2 \left(t[A] = s[A]\right)\right\}$
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GATE20012.23
$R(A,B,C,D)$ is a relation. Which of the following does not have a lossless join, dependency preserving $BCNF$ decomposition? $A \rightarrow B, B \rightarrow CD$ $A \rightarrow B, B \rightarrow C, C \rightarrow D$ $ AB \rightarrow C, C \rightarrow AD$ $A \rightarrow BCD$
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GATE20012.22
Consider Peterson's algorithm for mutual exclusion between two concurrent processes i and j. The program executed by process is shown below. repeat flag[i] = true; turn = j; while (P) do noop; Enter critical section, perform actions, then exit critical section Flag[i] = false; Perform other ... = i flag[j] = true and turn = j flag[i] = true and turn = j flag[i] = true and turn = i
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GATE20012.21
Consider a machine with $64$ MB physical memory and a $32$bit virtual address space. If the page size s $4$ KB, what is the approximate size of the page table? $\text{16 MB}$ $\text{8 MB}$ $\text{2 MB}$ $\text{24 MB}$
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GATE20012.20
Which of the following does not interrupt a running process? A device Timer Scheduler process Power failure
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