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B TRees DBMS Self doubt
In case of B Trees we split a node on insertion in case of overflow, is there any possible case in which this may lead to underflow also? as a key is promoted to parent the children formed may have subtrees, which may be broken such that we get underflow somewhere? just a thought
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C Program Output and Explaination
void fun(int *p) { int q = 10; p = &q; z } int main() { int r = 20; int *p = &r; fun(p); printf("%d", *p); return 0; }
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May 30
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Programming

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programminginc
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pda self doubt
The language accepted by a DPDA with a final state is more compared to the DPDA with empty stack. DPDA with empty stack accepts LR(0) grammar. Can someone explain in depth/or give good reference links?
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May 13
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Theory of Computation

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self doubt dfa
Given an algorithm to tell whether a regular language L contains at least 100 strings
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May 12
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Theory of Computation

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Operating system swapping process
Please help me explaining this in simpler words: If we were to swap out process P1 and swap in process P2, the I/O operation might then attempt to use memory that now belongs to process P2. There are two main solutions to this ... system buffers and process memory then occur only when the process is swapped in. Note that this double buffering itself adds overhead.
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May 9
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Operating System

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Self Doubt CPU
In Multiprocessing Operating Systems: (a) Maximum utilization of CPU can be achieved (b) Maximum throughput is achieved (c) Maximum security can be achieved (d) Not suitable for Real time Applications
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May 7
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Operating System

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turing machine self doubt a+b=c
Turing machine, language A = {a+b=c  a, b, c are sequences of 1's; c = a + b; a >= 0 and b > 0}.
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Apr 27
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Theory of Computation

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selfdoubt
Show how to do the following statement c = a[2] + b[0] a) using register direct, imm, register indirect b) using register direct, imm, absolute addressing c) using register direct, imm, register indirect with displacement
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Mar 13
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CO and Architecture

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Computer Network
(Public Key Notation) Alice and Bob are spouses and each making their own wills. They want to send a copy to their attorney Charlie that only Charlie can read and that shows Alice’s will signed by Alice and seen by Bob and Bob’s will signed by Bob and seen by Alice. Using the notation in the slides. What would be the notation of a message that accomplishes this task?
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Feb 23
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computer network
A GoBack5 ARQ scheme is employed on a 200 meters cable between two nodes A and B to send frames of size 10,000 bits with bit rate 1 Mbps and bit error probability of 10$^{5}$. Headers and acknowledgements are 20 bytes each. The Speed of ... (except for the cable length), what is the maximum distance between the two nodes for which S&W will be as efficient as a GBN.
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Feb 23
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Computer Networks

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Computer Networks
Assume a 10Mbps Ethernet has two nodes, A and B, connected by a 360m cable with three repeaters in between, and they each have one frame of 1,024 bits to send to each other. Further assume that the signal propagation speed across the cable is 2*10^8 m/sec ... an 8bit processing delay in addition to a storeandforward delay. At what time, in seconds, is A's packet delivered at B
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Feb 23
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Computer Networks

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Digital
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Feb 22
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Digital Logic

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DLD cse
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Feb 22
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Digital Logic

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Computer Network
20 Gbps link each user using 5Gbps when active<20% time the user is active> Max. users that the network can be used by? Using circuit switching?
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Feb 20
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gate 2019
Value of Z, for SRTF ques? So that WT avg is 1ms?
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Feb 4
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Self Doubt
What does additional memory for tags refer to in Direct Mapping, Associative Mapping and Set Associative Mapping?
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Jan 5
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CO and Architecture

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self doubt
$\lim_{x\rightarrow \frac{\pi }{2}}cosx^{cosx}$ can we straight away say $0^{0}=0$ ?
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Jan 5
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Calculus

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self doubt
If A = {1,2,3 …. n} then how many multisets of size 4 are possible ,such that atleast of the elements appears twice.
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Jan 2
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Mathematical Logic

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graphs
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self doubt
In an undirected graph a self loop counts to how many edges? I read somewhere that in case of undirected graph we consider self loop to have 2 edges?
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Jan 2
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Mathematical Logic

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maths
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dbms transactions
Number of serial schedules but not conflict to schedule (S) S: r1(A),r2(A),r3(A),r4(A),w1(B),w2(B),w3(B),w4(B)
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Dec 17, 2018
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MadeEasy Test Series: Compiler Design  Intermediate Code
a x b x c + d  a + e x f  g + h order of precedence : x>+> ; with x is left associative and +,  as right. Min number of variables required in TAC? Should'nt the expression be expressed as : ((a x b) x c) + d  a + (e x f)  g + h (((a x b) x c) + (d  (a + (e x f))  (g + h)))
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Nov 18, 2018
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Compiler Design

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MadeEasy Test Series: Compiler Design  Grammar
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Nov 18, 2018
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Compiler Design

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Self Doubt
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Nov 18, 2018
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Compiler Design

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Self Doubt
If you do every problem in this book, then you will learn discrete mathematics. You learned discrete mathematics. Therefore, you did every problem in this book. The above argument is A Valid and Satisfiable B Valid but not satisfiable C Invalid D Tautology
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Nov 5, 2018
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Mathematical Logic

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Self Doubt
formulas represent the sentence, 'He will come on the 8:15 or the 9:15 train; if the former, he will have time to visit us', where p means 'He will come on the 8:15' q means 'He will come on the 9:15' r means 'He will have time to visit us'
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Oct 29, 2018
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Mathematical Logic

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Compiler self doubt
Can we comment/compare the number of GOTO moves in LALR and CLR CLR and SLR?
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Oct 21, 2018
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Compiler Design

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Thoeory of computation
Equality and completeness problem for DCFL and CFL undecidable?
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Oct 21, 2018
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Memory Management
Dynamically Linked Libraries imply more page faults than static? Why?
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Oct 3, 2018
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Operating System

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Self Doubt
#include<stdio.h> int main() { int *p; p = (int *)malloc(20); printf("%d\n", sizeof(p)); free(p); return 0; } malloc(20) reserves 20 bytes, why output is 8?
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Sep 17, 2018
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Programming

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Self Doubt
If the jobs are nonpremptive, then the avg waiting and avg response time will be the same? w.r.t any scheduling algo?
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Sep 16, 2018
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Operating System

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