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First Order Logic
Please explain the Question number 33 and 34. What is significance of word "only" ?
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Mathematical Logic

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Quick Sort Time Complexity
Quick sort gives O(nlogn) worst case performance if the pivot is selected as: a) First element of the array b) Median of first, last and middle elements c) Arithmetic mean of the elements d) None of these Now, the answer is given as Option (b). But, ... order of elements and not on pivot element. So, answer should be option (d) i.e None of these Correct me if I am wrong
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Jul 1, 2018
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Made easy operating system
Assume that 2 processes P0 and P1 share one global boolean array flag[] and integer variable 'turn'. Initially flag[0] and flag[1] are zero.Consider the following code executed by processes Pi where i=0 or 1: while(true) { flag[i]=true ... Mutual exclusion, progress and bounded waiting d None of these The answer key says c but please explain how is there bounded waiting.
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Operating System

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GATE syllabus computer networks
Is ATM in GATE 2019 syllabus ?
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Computer Networks

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self doubt
What is the English of both statement ∀x((x!=0)→∃y(xy=100)) ∀x∃y((x!=0)→(xy=100))
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Mathematical Logic

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discrete mathematics
learning discrete mathematics from the youtube (sanchit jain) is covers the syllabus ?????
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Study Resources

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You want to check whether a given set of items is sorted or not
.You want to check whether a given set of items is sorted or not.Which of the following sorting methods will be the most efficient if it is already in sorted order? a. Bubble sort b. Selection sort c. Insertion sort d.Merge sort
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Jun 15, 2018
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Algorithms

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doubt
Can anyone derive efficiency formula of CSMA/CD please?
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Jun 10, 2018
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Computer Networks

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KLP MISHRA
Given {L: every 'a' is followed by "bb"} Design a DFA for LATE(L) and TRUNCATE(L) LATE(L) is obtained by removing the first symbol from L and TRUNCATE(L) is obtained by removing the last symbol from L Eg: If L is 00(0+1)*01 then LATE(L) will be 0(0+1)*01 and TRUNCATE(L) would be 00(0+1)*0
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Theory of Computation

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SELF_DOUBT(MST)
What important point we keep in mind while finding the #(number) of spanning tree ?? from the given graph
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Apr 29, 2018
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Algorithms

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BCNF_lossless and dependency preserving
Consider the relation $R(ABCDE)$ and functional dependency $F=\{AB \rightarrow C, C \rightarrow D,D \rightarrow E, E \rightarrow A \}.$ If we convert given relation in Boyce Codd Normal Form ( BCNF ) then In BCNF ... is not preserved In BCNF it is lossy decomposition but dependency is preserved In BCNF it is lossy decomposition but dependency not preserved
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TIFR2015B5
Suppose $\begin{pmatrix} 0&1 &0&0&0&1 \\ 1&0&1&0&0&0 \\ 0&1&0&1&0&1 \\ 0&0&1&0&1&0 \\ 0&0&0&1&0&1 \\ 1&0&1&0&1&0 \end{pmatrix}$ is the adjacency matrix of an ... below has the above adjacency matrix? Only $(i)$ Only $(ii)$ Only $(iii)$ Only $(iv)$ $(i)$ and $(ii)$
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Graph Theory

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Show that the two graphs are isomorphic (Narsingh Deo)
Show that the two graphs are isomorphic
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Graph Theory

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Construct a DFA
Construct a DFA that accepts a language generated by a grammar S>abA A>baB B>aAbb Find tha DFA and regular expression
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Apr 14, 2018
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Theory of Computation

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#COAP #IIT
I have registered on COAP and all IITs. Now how do i link coap to iits. Now whats the procedure. I dont know. Someone please help. Thank you.
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STANFORD CS103 ASSIGNMENT
For the alphabet Σ = {0, 1}, construct a DFA for the language L = { w ∈ Σ*  w contains the same number of instances of the substring 01 and the substring 10 }. Note that substrings are allowed to overlap, so 010 ∈ L and 10101 ∈ L.
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Made easy booklet  Memory management
Given following data, find average access time. Please explain the solution.
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Kenneth Rosen Edition 6th Exercise 8.7 Question 25 (Page No. 610)
How to Find Whether Given Graph is NonPlanar using Kuratwoski's Theorem ?
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Apr 6, 2018
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ISI 2004 MIII
In how many ways can three person, each throwing a single die once, make a score of $11$ $22$ $27$ $24$ $38$
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GATE201121
Consider a hypothetical processor with an instruction of type $\text{LW R1, 20(R2)}$, which during execution reads a $32bit$ word from memory and stores it in a $32bit$ register $\text{R1}$. The effective ... addressing mode implemented by this instruction for the operand in memory? Immediate addressing Register addressing Register Indirect Scaled Addressing Base Indexed Addressing
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CO and Architecture

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Probability puzzles
A grasshopper is sitting on a little stone, which we'll call stone zero. Ahead of him, arranged in a line, are stones one, two, three, et cetera, all the way up to nine. The grasshopper would like to reach that ninth stone, for reasons unknown ... two: he could take one big jump, or two little ones. How many different paths can the grasshopper take to reach his destination?
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May 23, 2017
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Probability

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