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What is the minimum number of states in the DFA for the following language $(\Sigma = \{ a,b \}) ? $________ $L= \{w \mid w \in \Sigma^* \text{ w has exactly two a's and at least two b's} \}$
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Let the input alphabet be $\{0,1\}$. The minimum number of states for a DFA, which accepts "All strings containing $10$ but not $101$" is ______
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If the language accepted by a DFA contains binary strings divisible by $12$ (in decimal), the minimum number of states in it will be ______
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GATEBOOK2019TOC120
Let $L_1 = a^*b^*$ and $L_2 = \{ab\}.$ $L_3 = \text{Prefix}(L_1^* \cap L_2),$ where $\text{Prefix}(L) = \{u \mid uv \in L$ for some $v\}.$ Number of strings in $L_3$ is _______
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GATEBOOK2019CN23
A token bucket scheme is used for traffic shaping. A new token is put into the bucket every 5 μsec. Each token is good for one short packet, which contains 48 bytes of data. The maximum sustainable data rate is _____ × bps ?
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GATEBOOK2019CN213
The number of addresses in a range, if the first address is 146.102.29.0 and the last address is 146.102.32.255 is ___
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GATEBOOK2019CN17
Stations in a pure Aloha network send frames of size $1000$ bits at the rate of $1$ Mbps. Vulnerable time for this network is ______ milli seconds ?
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GATEBOOK2019CN112
An Ethernet MAC sublayer receives $42$ bytes of data from the upper layer. ______ bytes of padding must be added to the data?
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GATEBOOK2019CN115
Sixteenbit messages are transmitted using a Hamming code. Check bits needed (minimum) to ensure that the receiver can detect and correct singlebit errors is _____?
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GATEBOOK2019DM23
How many numbers in $\{1, 2, \ldots,10000\}$ have their digits sum to $7?$ $(e.g. 502)$
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GATEBOOK2019DM24
The number of permutations of $\{1, 2, 3, 4, 5\}$ in which at least one odd integer is in its natural position is
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GATEBOOK2019DM25
In how many ways can the letters $\{a, b, c, d, e\}$ be placed into $3$ identical boxes such that no box is empty?
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GATEBOOK2019DM29
How many bit strings of length $6$ have more zeroes than ones?
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GATEBOOK2019DM211
A decimal number is called “increasing” if each digit is greater than the previous one (e.g. 24589 is one). How many $5$ digit increasing numbers are there?
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GATEBOOK2019DM213
How many ways are there to seat $10$ people, consisting of $5$ couples, in a row of seats (10 seats wide) if all couples are to get adjacent seats?
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GATEBOOK2019DM214
An integer is called snakelike if its decimal representation satisfies if is odd and if is even. How many snakelike integers between 1000 and 9999 have four distinct digits?
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GATEBOOK2019DM217
How many bit strings of length $5$ are there, such that every $1$ is followed immediately by a zero?
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GATEBOOK2019DM218
How many numbers (minimum) must you pick to ensure that at least three of them have the same remainder when divided by $11?$
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GATEBOOK2019DM219
A pool of available computer programmers has $13$ members–six men and seven women In how many ways can you choose a team of five, with at most three men?
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GATEBOOK2019DM220
How many ways a set of $5$ elements can be divided into two unordered partitions where each partition gets at least one element?
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GATEBOOK2019COA29
After completing current instruction at location $1000$ the PC of a 16bit processor points to next instruction which is $JUMP \:\: 29$. If position independent addressing scheme is employed and all numbers shown are in hexadecimal format, the content of PC (in octal) after executing this instruction is:
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GATEBOOK2019COA214
A machine has a 32bit architecture, with twoword long instructions. It has 4200 General Purpose Registers and 1048 Special Purpose Registers, each of which is 32 bits long. It needs to support 1880 instructions, which have an immediate operand ... immediate operand is represented in 2's complement integer format, the maximum positive value of the immediate operand is:
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GATEBOOK2019COA217
A processor has 70 distinct instructions and 46 general purpose registers. A 32bit instruction word has an opcode, two register operands and an immediate operand. The number of bits available for the immediate operand field is Z. Compute the smallest positive value of the difference $2^p  Z$, where p is some nonnegative integer:
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GATEBOOK2019COA220
In an 32bit computer instruction format, the size of address field is 9bits. The computer uses expanding opcode technique and has 28 threeaddress instructions, 2040 twoaddress instructions, 4040 oneaddress instructions. The number of zeroaddress instructions it can support is:
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GATEBOOK2019COA15
Consider a machine with stack based processor on which following expression is to be evaluated: $p=(a+b)*c(d+e)$ There are only two types of instructions allowed on this processor, zero address instructions and one address instructions. The number of one address instructions required to perform the above operation is:
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GATEBOOK2019COA111
Consider a RISC system which contains following number of registers: Registers local to a procedure: 16 Registers used to copy parameters on calling another procedure: 7 Registers used to copy parameters on calling another procedure: 7 Global Registers shared among all ... in the register file is denoted by N then twice the value of the difference between M and N is:
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