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CHAPTER 1 Object-Oriented Programming and Class Hierarchies.

methods by declaring these methods abstract Example of an Abstract Class public abstract class Food { public final String name; private double calories/ Polymorphism Eliminates Nested if Statements Number[] stuff = new Number[10]; // each element of stuff must reference actual // object which is a subclass of Number... // Non OO style: / { System.out.println("Enter number of kids: "); nextInt = scan.nextInt(); validInt = true; } catch (InputMismatchException ex) { scan.nextLine(); // clear buffer System.out./


Dynamic Web Pages with ASP.NET Prof. Dr. Hanspeter Mössenböck Institute for System Software Johannes Kepler University Linz © University of Linz, Institute.

() { FileStream s = new FileStream("c:\Data\Counter.dat", FileMode.OpenOrCreate);... n = r.ReadInt32(); n++;... return n; } Welcome You are visitor number ! Counter.aspx short form for Response.Write(CounterValue()); 10 Code Behind Page counter Welcome You are visitor number ! using System.IO; public class CounterPage : System.Web.UI.Page { public int CounterValue() { FileStream s = new FileStream("c:\Data\Counter.dat", FileMode.OpenOrCreate);... n = r.ReadInt32(); n/


Grain Package Grain is an object-oriented interface to the windowing system. Grain allows you to create various kinds of windows, to draw graphics and.

contains information about the room that is booked, the date, start and end time, class, the name of the person who booked the room and a unique booking number. The reservation system maintains a list of lecture halls including their features such as name, location, size and number. Class Diagrams number seats : int Number : int name : string Location :string ---------------------- int GetSeats() string GetName() int GetNumber() bool CheckSize/


Lecture 5 Chapter 8 – Object-Based Programming Outline 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Implementing a Time Abstract Data Type with a Class 8.3 Class Scope 8.4 Controlling.

public class Employee { 4 private String firstName; 5 private String lastName; 6 private static int count = 0; // number of objects in memory 7 8 // initialize employee, add 1 to static count and 9 // output String indicating that constructor was called 10 public Employee( String first, String last ) 11 { 12 firstName = first; 13 lastName = last; 14 15 ++count; // increment static count of employees 16 System/


James Tam CPSC 233: Introduction to Classes And Objects, Part II More on Java methods Relations between classes Association Aggregation Multiplicity Issues.

name but the type, number or order of the parameters is different Used for methods that implement similar but not identical tasks. Good coding style Example: System.out.println(int) System.out.println(double) etc. For more details on class System see: http://java.sun/object there exists a pointer to the object (“this”) e.g., Foo f1 = new Foo (); Foo f2 = new Foo (); f1.setNum(10); public class Foo { private int num; public void setNum (int num) { this.num = num; }: James Tam Uses Of “This” When Checking For/


G.Casale – G.Serazzi 1 Quantitative System Evaluation with Java Modelling Tools Giuliano Casale Giuseppe Serazzi Quantitative System Evaluation with Java.

G.Casale – G.Serazzi 46 FCR parameters global capacity of the FCR max number of requests per class in the FCR drop the requests when the region capacity is reached (for both the constraints) G.Casale – G.Serazzi 47 system Number of requests (limited n. threads and drop) 5 threads unlimited 10 threads 15 threads G.Casale – G.Serazzi 48 Utilization of I/O server/


University of British Columbia CPSC 111, Intro to Computation Jan-Apr 2006 Tamara Munzner 1 Advanced Class Design Lecture 19, Thu Mar 16 2006

; System.out.println("main: number is " + number); method1(number); System.out.println("main: number is now " + number); } public static void method1(int x) { System.out.println("method1: x is " + x); x = x * x; System.out.println("method1: x is now " + x); } Whats the flow of control? 10 Parameter Passing Consider the following program: public class ParamTest1 { public static void main (String[] args) { 1 int number = 4; 2 System.out.println("main: number is " + number); method1(number); System/


1 School of Computing Science Simon Fraser University CMPT 820: Multimedia Systems Introduction Instructor: Dr. Mohamed Hefeeda.

users m Multimedia = multiple forms/representation of information (text, audio, video, …) 10 Definitions and Motivations r Why should we study/research multimedia topics? r Huge interest and/ r marking and policing at network edge: provide protection (isolation) for one class from others Principle 2 24 Principles for QoS Guarantees (more) r Allocating fixed/ m payload type identification m packet sequence numbering m time stamping r RTP runs in the end systems r RTP packets are encapsulated in UDP /


EPICS Class – Device/Driver Support

“a long time” TI/O  10 s – definitely “not a long time” 10 s < TI/O < 100 s – ??? This is where the actual control and data acquisition occurs. 6/25/2010 EPICS Class – Device/Driver Support Synchronous vs Asynchronous / Default is 4. is total number of bytes. Show VME and PCI memory map: Cexp>BSP_VMEOutboundPortsShow(0) This is where the actual control and data acquisition occurs. 6/25/2010 EPICS Class – Device/Driver Support RTEMS Cexp Useful Commands System Monitor Cexp> rtemsMonitor() monitor> /


“What You Can Buy, and How to Buy It”

, terminal and on the way out…) SCMC: Supply Category of Material Code (Class of Supply, I-IX) MATCAT: Material Category Code (2nd pos. shows who pays/ recycling center). Anything else, you’ll have to turn in the unserviceable item within 10 days of receiving a new one. Accounting requirements code : ARC “What am I looking/Army STAMIS, as well as National-level Supply System activities. This tool allows users to generate reports, query individual items, document numbers, or units. LIDB is the “functional”/


CS 843 - Distributed Computing Systems Chapter 5: Distributed Objects and Remote Invocation Chin-Chih Chang, From Coulouris, Dollimore.

dispatcher and client, server stub procedures. Binding:  portmapper records program number, version number, and port number.  If there are multiple instance running on different machines, clients/ Dollimore and Kindberg Distributed Systems: Concepts and Design Edn. 3 © Addison-Wesley Publishers 2000 Figure 5.10 Architecture for distributed event / interface is the skeleton for a public class.) Instructor’s Guide for Coulouris, Dollimore and Kindberg Distributed Systems: Concepts and Design Edn. 3 © Addison/


What Actor Someone or something outside the system that interacts with the use cases developed for the system.

is automatically applied to the parts. Member Services System Class Diagram < > Club Member Member-Date-Of-Last-Order Member-Daytime-Phone-Number Member-Credit-Card-Expire-Date Member-Credit-Card-Number Member-Credit-Card-Type Member-Balance-Due Member-/ Unassigned do: Assign professor to course / numStudents = 0 Open entry: Register a student addStudent [ numStudents < 10] What Nested States State transition diagrams can become unmanageably large and complex Nested states may be used to simplify complex /


Chapter 10 File I/O Copyright © 2010 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved.

the operating system on which it is run 10-62 Copyright © 2010 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved. Nested Constructor Invocations Each of the Java I/O library classes serves only one function, or a small number of functions – Normally two or more class constructors are combined to obtain full functionality Therefore, expressions with two constructors are common when dealing with Java I/O classes 10-63/


Chapter 4 Writing Classes. © 2004 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved4-2 Writing Classes The programs we’ve written in previous examples have.

= value; } © 2004 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved4-10 Die Cont. // Face value getter/accessor. public int getFaceValue() /System.out.println (acct3); © 2004 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved4-50 Account class public class Account { private final double RATE = 0.035; // interest rate of 3.5% private long acctNumber; private double balance; private String name; //----------------------------------------------------------------- // Sets up the account by defining its owner, account number/


CS 691 - Team 5 Alex Wong Raheel Khan Rumeiz Hasseem Swati Bharati Biometric Authentication System.

For the keystroke biometric data - large number of users (classes) For the keystroke biometric data - large number of users (classes) System performance : above 90% in most cases System performance : above 90% in most cases FAR : less than 15% in most cases FAR : less than 15% in most cases FRR : almost always less than 10%. FRR : almost always less than 10%. Biometric Authentication System CS 691 - Team 5 Conclusion The/


Operator Overloading in C++ Systems Programming. Systems Programming: Operator Overloading 22   Fundamentals of Operator Overloading   Restrictions.

overloaded. Systems Programming: Operator Overloading 9 Fig. 22.1 Operators that can be overloaded. Systems Programming: Operator Overloading 10 Fig. 22.1 Operators that cannot be overloaded. Systems Programming: /Class Systems Programming: Operator Overloading 37 Case Study: Array Class Systems Programming: Operator Overloading 38 Case Study: Array Class Systems Programming: Operator Overloading 39 Retrieve number of elements in Array Use overloaded >> operator to input Case Study: Array Class Systems/


Introduction to Computer Science Classes and Methods I »Objects »Instance Methods »Formal Parameters, the Stack, Call-by-Value, Scope of Variables, Mutable.

Operations Time dusk = dawn.addMinutes(60 * 12); dusk.printTime( ); These two simple Java statements actually cause a large number of actions. “ Time dusk ” declares a new Time object “ dawn.addMinutes(60 * 12) ” creates a new/ had the message subtractMinutes(10)? class Schedule2 { public static void main (String[ ] args) { Time start = new Time(8, 30); start.printTime( ); System.out.println(“ ____________________”); start = start.subtractMinutes(10);... } } 7- 128 The message subtractMinutes(10) is sent to /


Primitive Types, Strings, and Console I/O

not shown originalAmount = amount; quarters = amount/25; amount = amount%25; dimes = amount/10; amount = amount%10; nickels = amount/5; amount = amount%5; pennies = amount; If amount is 90, then/class are listed on pages 92-93. Input Example from Change-Making Program Excerpt from the ChangeMaker.java program: Prompts so that user knows to type. int amount, originalAmount, quarters, dimes, nickels, pennies; System.out.println("Enter a whole number..."); System.out.println("I will output ... coins"); System/


Chapter 10 - Strings and Characters. 10.1Introduction In this chapter –Discuss class String, StringBuffer, and Character ( java.lang ) –Discuss class.

StringBufferer Inserts and Deletes", 48 JOptionPane.INFORMATION_MESSAGE ); 49 50 System.exit( 0 ); 51 } 52} Program Output 10.19 Character Class Examples Classes to treat primitive variables as objects –type wrappers: Boolean, Character/30 { 31 String stringToTokenize = e.getActionCommand(); 32 StringTokenizer tokens = 33 new StringTokenizer( stringToTokenize ); 34 35 output.setText( "Number of elements: " + 36 tokens.countTokens() + 37 " The tokens are: " ); 38 39 39 while ( tokens.hasMoreTokens/


272: Software Engineering Fall 2008 Instructor: Tevfik Bultan Lecture 10: Testing, Automated Testing.

Fall 2008 Instructor: Tevfik Bultan Lecture 10: Testing, Automated Testing Finding Errors /is performed by a select group of friendly customers Stress testing –push system to extreme situations and see if it fails –large number of data, high input rate, low input rate, etc. Regression /of inputs to a Java program written in Alloy precondition –A correctness criterion written in Alloy Class invariant and post-condition –An concretization function which maps instances of Alloy specifications to concrete Java/


CS 843 - Distributed Computing Systems Chapter 3: Networking and Internetworking Chin-Chih Chang, From Coulouris, Dollimore and Kindberg.

Internet multicast. Class E is reserved for future requirements. These 32-bit Internet addresses containing a network identifier (156.26.10.) and host identifier (239) are usually written as a sequence of four decimal numbers separated by dots. Each decimal number represents one of the four bytes, or octets of the IP address. Instructor’s Guide for Coulouris, Dollimore and Kindberg Distributed Systems: Concepts and/


James Tam CPSC 233: Introduction to Classes and Objects, Part II More on Java methods Relations between classes Association Aggregation Multiplicity Issues.

pointer to the object (“this”) e.g., Foo f1 = new Foo (); Foo f2 = new Foo (); f1.setNum(10); class Foo { private int num; public void setNum (int num) { this.num = num; }: James Tam Uses Of “/"q"); } James Tam Correct Test For String Equality import tio.*; class Driver5 { public static void main (String [] args) { String response; int num; do { System.out.print("Enter a number: "); num = Console.in.readInt(); Console.in.readChar(); System.out.print("Enter q to quit: "); response = Console.in.readWord();/


CSE333 URBSOO-1 User Role Based Security for Object-Oriented Systems/Applications M.-Y. Hu, S. Demurjian, T.C. Ting Computer Science & Engineering Department.

7 Attribute Profile CSE333 URBSOO-8 Method Profile CSE333 URBSOO-9 Object Type Profile CSE333 URBSOO-10 Object Type Profile CSE333 URBSOO-11 Inheritance Variants  Distinguish Between Type and Instance Level /Inheritance class Record : public Object { // ATTRIBUTES: private: int RecNo; // A unique record number protected: // System defined CONSTRUCTOR & DESTRUCTOR: Prescription(); virtual ~Prescription(); // **** System defined protected methods. protected: void SetRecNo(float toSet); // **** System defined /


CS 5JA Introduction to Java On Thursday... Last class we talked about a few different things: We talked about mathematical operators and about the order.

task? What primitive data type should I use to store a number with decimals? What does the conditional evaluate to? Will the code in the brackets get executed? int number = 10; if (number != 10) { System.out.println(“I am here...”); }; CS 5JA Introduction to Java /talked about storing data related to an object inside instance variables. We talked about how you write methods inside your classes so that other parts of your program can talk to your object and manipulate the instance variables. CS 5JA /


Greek Education System and Structure

Ranked 18th Population density 73.9/km2 Ranked 14th Number of provinces 4 Number of Municipalities 25 Number of communities 2 Table of contents page 1– The/, history geography, biology, physical education, civics and social studies, democratic system education, aesthetics, computer science, technology, two foreign languages (English and/ Education Department of the Yp.E.P.Th 4 special Eniaia Lykeia and 10 rehabilitation classes operated with 185 students. Table of contents page 2 - Post-compulsory education/


 2003 Prentice Hall, Inc. All rights reserved. 1 Chapter 10 - Object-Oriented Programming: Polymorphism Outline 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Relationships Among.

Calls via Superclass-Type Variables 10.3 Polymorphism Examples 10.4 Abstract Classes and Methods 10.5 Case Study: Inheriting Interface and Implementation 10.6 final Methods and Classes 10.7 Case Study: Payroll System Using Polymorphism  2003 Prentice Hall, Inc. All rights reserved. 2 Chapter 10 - Object-Oriented Programming: Polymorphism Outline 10.8 Case Study: Creating and Using Interfaces 10.9Nested Classes 10.10 Type-Wrapper Classes for Primitive Types 10.11(Optional Case Study/


Multiobjective Genetic Fuzzy Systems - Accurate and Interpretable Fuzzy Rule-Based Classifier Design - Hisao Ishibuchi Osaka Prefecture University, Japan.

t Care” conditions can be viewed as an scalability improvement method. If x 1 is small and x 10 is... Complexity Minimization Use of “Don’t Care” Conditions Class 1Class 2Class 3Class 1Class 2Class 3 1.0 small medium large 0.01.0 x1x1 0.0 x2x2 large /The search space exponentially increases with the number of attributes (i.e., with the dimensionality of the pattern space). Why is the fuzzy system design difficult? Number of Fuzzy Rules Basic Form If x 1 is small and x 2 is small then Class 2 If x 1 is small /


„Objects classes, interfaces, packages, annotations”

: System.out.println(new StringBuffer().append("con"). append(cat).append("enation").toString()); Objects classes, interfaces, packages, annotations Numbers Java.lang.Number class and its subclasses: Objects classes, interfaces, packages, annotations The wrapper classes Number classes:  Number Number /. What kind of message you will get and when? public class WhatHappens { public static void main(String[] args) { StringBuffer[] stringBuffers = new StringBuffer[10]; for (int i = 0; i < stringBuffers.length;/


 2002 Prentice Hall. All rights reserved. 1 Chapter 6 - Procedures Outline 6.1Introduction 6.2 Modules, Classes and Procedures 6.3 Sub Procedures 6.4.

Fig. 6.4: Maximum.vb 2 Program finds the maximum of three numbers input. 3 4 Public Class FrmMaximum 5 Inherits System.Windows.Forms.Form 6 7 prompts for three inputs 8 Friend WithEvents lblOne As System.Windows.Forms.Label 9 Friend WithEvents lblTwo As System.Windows.Forms.Label 10 Friend WithEvents lblThree As System.Windows.Forms.Label 11 12 displays result 13 Friend WithEvents lblMaximum As/


Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Seventh Edition, (c) 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0136012671 1 Chapter 11 Abstract Classes.

: new int[10] instanceof Object new GregorianCalendar[10] instanceof Calendar[]; new Calendar[10] instanceof Object[] new Calendar[10] instanceof Object /Number class and implement the Comparable interface. Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Seventh Edition, (c) 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0136012671 31 BigInteger and BigDecimal BigInteger a = new BigInteger("9223372036854775807"); BigInteger b = new BigInteger("2"); BigInteger c = a.multiply(b); // 9223372036854775807 * 2 System/


James Tam Introduction To Object-Oriented Programming Encapsulation Defining classes and instantiating objects Attributes and methods References and parameter.

Class public class Driver { public static void main (String [] args) { Inventory chinook = new Inventory (); chinook.add (10); System.out.println(chinook.showStockLevel ()); chinook.add (10); System.out.println(chinook.showStockLevel ()); chinook.add (100); System.out.println(chinook.showStockLevel ()); chinook.remove (21); System/ bit signed integer long64 bit signed integer float32 bit signed real number double64 bit signed real number char16 bit Unicode character boolean1 bit true or false value James Tam/


Test Design Techniques

number of values should be entered, then create one valid (with all possible correct values) and two invalid ECs (less and more than) E.g., “one through six owners can be listed for the car”, identify one vEC and two iEC (no owner and more than six owners) Black Box Testing Techniques: Equivalence Class Partitioning Method(10) Guidelines for Determining Equivalence class/ relationships between causes and their effects in a component or a system are displayed in a cause-effect graph Every cause is described /


CS102--Object Oriented Programming

then in all lowercase letters. (5~10 minutes) The classes you may want to use The Scanner class in java.util package Scanner keyboard = new Scanner(System.in); pubic String nextLine(); The String class in java.lang public String toLowerCase() public/All rights reserved 5-52 52 Constants and Static Methods in Wrapper Classes Wrapper classes have static methods that convert a correctly formed string representation of a number to the number of a given type The methods Integer.parseInt, Long.parseLong, Float./


Enhancing classes Visibility modifiers and encapsulation revisited

0); setEl(samples[1],10); Overloading Methods Method overloading is the/numbers public class Primes { public static void main(String[] args) { int number = 0; while (true) { number = number + 1; if (isPrime(number)) System.out.println(number); } Division into Methods - Example // Prints all the prime numbers public class Primes { public static void main(String[] args) { int number = 0; while (true) { number = number + 1; if (isPrime(number)) System.out.println(number); } // Returns true iff number/


 2003 Prentice Hall, Inc. Modified for use with this class. All rights reserved. 1 Introduction to Computers and Programming in JAVA: V22.0002 Primitive.

data type in Java. They are used to hold positive and negative whole numbers, e.g. 5, 25, -777, 1. doubles: Used to hold fractional or decimal values, e.g. 3.14, 10.25. chars: Used to hold individual characters, e.g. ‘c’, /lines in a dialog box 3import javax.swing.JOptionPane; // import class JOptionPane 4 5public class Welcome4 { 6 public static void main( String args] ) 7 { 8 JOptionPane.showMessageDialog( 9 null, "Welcome to Java Programming!" ); 10 11 System.exit( 0 ); // terminate the program 12 } 1 // /


Copyright 2008 by Pearson Education Building Java Programs Chapter 8: Classes Lecture 8-1: Intro to Classes and Objects reading: 8.1 - 8.3.

prime. public static boolean isPrime(int number) { return countFactors(number) == 2; } Copyright 2008 by Pearson Education 7 Classes as modules module: A reusable piece of software. A class can serve as a module by containing common code. Example module classes: Math, Arrays, System // This class is a module that contains useful methods // related to factors and prime numbers. public class Factors { // Returns the number of factors of the given integer/


Local Area Networks Content Chapter 1: Introduction & Basic Principles

PC Local Networks Use different technologies than SANs because they are meant to service a larger number of systems dispersed over a wider area 635.412 Spring 2005 Class 1: Introduction to LANs & WANs LANs, MANs, and WANs Applications Backbone Local Networks Diverse/ 24 = 64 Kbps Time to send 640 Kbits file = (640000 bits)/(64 Kbits/sec) = 10 seconds Including circuit setup overhead, time to send file is 10.5 seconds This calculation is independent of the # of end-to-end links and does not include /


1 | 51 Communication Systems 15 th lecture Chair of Communication Systems Department of Applied Sciences University of Freiburg 2006.

~80kbit/s is generated for each direction (64kbit/s of ISDN PCM plus IP and UDP header) Communication Systems requirements towards network 10 | 51 ● Introduction of a special multimedia protocol ● Video and audio streaming ● Defined in RFC 1889/on filters. – When sending out a packet, uses a weighted round robin process (WRR), beginning with the lower-numbered priority classes. Communication Systems Classful queueing 42 | 51 ● Hierarchical Token Bucket (HTB) – CBQ is complex and does not seem optimized for /


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4 Applications of Fourier Representations to Mixed Signal Classes CHAPTER Applications of Fourier Representations to Mixed Signal Classes 4. The inverse FT of the system output Y(j): v  ; p /distinct sinusoids is limited by the length of the data record.  If the number of available data points is small relative to the frequency separation, the DTFT is/desired sampling interval is at least , then we require that (4.44) 10. Relating the DTFS approximation to the spectrum of the original signal: Aliasing /


Chapter 4 Fundamental Data Types. Chapter Goals To understand integer and floating-point numbers To recognize the limitations of the numeric types To.

* 100) Purpose: To convert an expression to a different type Self Check 1.Which are the most commonly used number types in Java? 2.When does the cast (long) x yield a different result from the call Math.round(x/Scanner; 02: 03: /** 04: This class tests console input. 05: */ 06: public class InputTester 07: { 08: public static void main(String[] args) 09: { 10: Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in); 11: 12: CashRegister register = new CashRegister(); 13: 14: System.out.print("Enter price: "); 15: double /


James Tam CPSC 233: Advanced Java And Object-Oriented Concepts More on Java methods Relations between classes Association Aggregation Multiplicity Issues.

the type, number or order of the parameters is different Used for methods that implement similar but not identical tasks. This is good coding style Example: System.out.println(int) System.out.println(double) etc. For more details on class System see: http:///reference is an implicit parameter that is automatically passed into a method. e.g., Foo f = new Foo (); f.setNum(10); Explicit parameter Implicit parameter “this” James Tam A Common Error With Static Methods Static methods have no “this” reference as /


CS 843 - Distributed Computing Systems Chapter 4: Interprocess Communication Chin-Chih Chang, From Coulouris, Dollimore and Kindberg.

London h0 java.lang.String place: h1 Explanation class name, version number number, type and name of instance variables values of instance variables Instructor’s Guide for Coulouris, Dollimore and Kindberg Distributed Systems: Concepts and Design Edn. 3 © Addison-/messages to identify the remote object whose method is to be invoked Figure 4.10 Instructor’s Guide for Coulouris, Dollimore and Kindberg Distributed Systems: Concepts and Design Edn. 3 © Addison-Wesley Publishers 2000 Client-Server Communication/


Multicast. Multimedia Systems What is Multicast? A new concept for transmitting data over computer networks A new concept for transmitting data over computer.

- 239.255.255.255 Multimedia Systems The IPv4 Address Syntax Class A addresses begin with a 0 bit: Class A addresses begin with a 0 bit:  0 | 7 bits network number | 24 bits host number Class A addresses begin with a 10 bit: Class A addresses begin with a 10 bit:  10 | 16 bits network number | 16 bits host number Class A addresses begin with a 110 bit: Class A addresses begin with a/


Chapter 10 File I/O Copyright © 2010 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved.

the operating system on which it is run 10-46 Copyright © 2010 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved. Nested Constructor Invocations Each of the Java I/O library classes serves only one function, or a small number of functions – Normally two or more class constructors are combined to obtain full functionality Therefore, expressions with two constructors are common when dealing with Java I/O classes 10-47/


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and logarithms. S.S.S 2) Understand number systems Use the basic concepts of limits and infinity. Use the real number system. 3. Understand the structure of the complex number system. S.S.S. 3) Understand the effects of operations on numbers and the relationships among these operations, select / in the classroom? Mr. Adeshina always tells his class in advance when all his quizzes and chapter tests are going to be. My Reflections: I observed that it took 5-10 minutes every day to get his students in task /


C# Tutorial.

it prefixes. Example: What is the value of i? int i = 5; int *p; p = &i; *p = 10; The use of pointers is restricted to code which is marked as unsafe (memory access). Pointers To address the problem of garbage collection,/ a button on a graphical user interface; this action may trigger a number of methods to handle it. The event keyword is used to declare a particular multicast delegate. Delegates using System; using System.Threading; public class Ticker { private int i = 0; public void Tick(Object obj/


Copyright 2006 by Pearson Education 1 Building Java Programs Chapter 8: Classes and Objects.

origin = 7.280109889280518 p2 is (4, 3) p2s distance from origin = 5.0 p1 is (18, 8) p2 is (5, 10) distance from p1 to p2 = 13.0 Modify the program to use our new constructor. Copyright 2006 by Pearson Education 38 Client code /, you can write the.toString() explicitly. System.out.println("p1 is " + p1.toString()); Every class has a toString, even if it isnt in your code. The default toString returns the classs name followed by a hexadecimal (base-16) number: "Point@9e8c34" Copyright 2006 by Pearson /


University of British Columbia CPSC 111, Intro to Computation 2009W2: Jan-Apr 2010 Tamara Munzner 1 More Class Design II Lecture 31, Wed Mar 31 2010

int number = 4; System.out.println("main: number is " + number); method1(number); System.out.println("main: number is now " + number); } public static void method1(int x) { System.out.println("method1: x is " + x); x = x * x; System.out.println("method1: x is now " + x); } 10 Parameter Passing Consider the following program: public class ParamTest1 { public static void main (String[] args) { int number = 4; System.out.println("main: number is " + number); method1(number); System.out.println("main: number is/


Student Questionnaire Analyses for Class Management based on Document Clustering and Classification Algorithms Shigeichi Hirasawa The 2009 International.

characteristics of each set of members. (1) The set of documents is classified or clustered by the algorithms [5], [10], [12]. Note that both the items and the texts are simultaneously processed, not separately. We have proposed the algorithm /Cyber University / Waseda University Page.81 5. Concluding Remarks Student questionnaire analyses systems always require effective algorithms for a set of small number of documents, since the class is usually consisted by 30-150 students. To solve this problem, it /


Review for Exam II Chapter 5: Process Synchronization Chapter 6: CPU Scheduling Rev. by Kyungeun Park, 2015.

is possible Note – Most OSes do not prevent or deal with deadlocks 62 System Model A system consists of a finite number of resources to be distributed among a number of competing processes. Resource types R1, R2, . . ., Rm CPU/ the highest global priority to run after converting the class-specific priorities into global priorities. 10 threads for servicing interrupts Solaris Scheduling (Cont.)  Solaris Scheduling (Cont.) Scheduler converts class-specific priorities into a per-thread global priority Thread /


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