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Monday, March 29, 2010

Signals & Systems - Homework 2 Odds

Click "the link" below to download detailed solutions to some odd problems included in Homework No. 2. These were compiled from Cramster.com.

The Link

("Agarchay there will be nine questions in my paper, hardly will you be able to "solve" even a single one, even if you know how to solve them." - Dr. Asim Loan)

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Double Integrals - Vector Analysis Solutions

Here are odds as well as evens of Thomas Finney's chapter 13 relating to double integrals.

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Network Analysis - Result

Click here to download the result sheet of Network Analysis for all sections of 08' Electrical.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Signals & Systems - MIT Resource

Here's the link to a site containing material that may help you in understanding concepts and solving problems of Signals & Systems. Feel free to browse various categories given there.

("Aap loag pehlay naheen ho... Loan sahab hamari bhi watt laga chukay hein" - Joseph Fourier, 1788)

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Midterm Exam - Datesheet

Here is a the unofficial datesheet of Midterm examinations.

The paper will start at 9 o'clock.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

S&S Homework # 3 - Detailed Solutions

For detailed answers to odd (and some even) problems given in the third homework of Signals & Systems, just click somewhere.

Odd Problems 

Some Even


("Agarchay aap mera quiz hal karney ki koshish karein gae, even then you cannot." - Dr. Asim)

(From Cramster.com)

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Data Structures' Solutions

Click here to download solutions to the book "Data Structures & Algorithm Analysis in C" by Mark Allen Weiss.

(Courtesy of myUET - A great effort by Kashif Bro)

Monday, March 15, 2010

Data Structures' Lectures - Mr. Kashif Javed

Finally, we got our hands on the lectures of Data Structures by Mr. Kashif Javed. Just click on the chapter number to download its PPT:
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7

(Copyrights of Mr. Kashif Javed)

Viva Update - DST Lab

Following are some of the questions were asked by Mr. Kausar while presiding over the viva ceremony of section D (PR-1) fellows:
1. The following function takes a pointer to an integer and returns its cube in the process:

Modify this function, so that its return type is void and it still does the same job (i.e. calculating the cube of value to which 'p' is pointing).
2. What do these two statements do and what's the difference between them?
3. Why we use pointers in a linked list? :)
4. What are the differences between an array and a linked list?
5. Write the definition of struct node for a double linked list.

("Try karaien, mein ne bhi try nahi kia... Ziada se ziada kia ho ga... Error aa jaye ga?" - Mr. Kausar in Lab Session 3)

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Some C Codes

Here are a couple of C codes for two linked list operations, namely intersection and raising a polynomial to a power. Click on the links to download em':

Intersection of Two Lists

Raising Polynomial to Power 'n'

(Do post suggestions if you find any room for improvement in these codes).

A product of ee08.codes

Additional Weight Of Vector Analysis.... :(

Soft copy of the book proposed by the Big Boy (SAM) of department is here for you!
Div, Grad, Curl And All That (By: H. M. Schey)
(If the font seems to be "mysterious" to you then download DJVU Reader as well....)

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Our Forum is Out!


Now you can discuss anything related to your studies in our recently opened forum. Your are encouraged to participate fully and keep it active. Just register to start using it. You can also access it from the navigation bar on the top of the blog.

Express yourself, ask questions, have discussions and much more!

News Update - 11 March 2010

Data Structures' Lab Viva

There would be a viva in the next lab session under the following topic:

"Pointers in Singly and Doubly Linked Lists"
Question asked would be regarding the use of Pointers in general and in linked
lists, implementation of singly and doubly linked lists, and the theoretical
concepts of Linked lists as an Abstract Data Type.

Note: Question asked will be oral and/or you can be asked to write code on computers.

Sample Questions:

1. From a list of some integers, find the largest. Then make another list of the size equal to the largest number of the first list and randomly fill it with integers. After that, fill in the third list in such a way that the the first element of it is that which is at that position in the second list as governed by the number in the first list.

2. Print out even / odd numbers of the list, remove duplicate elements from the list and sort it out.

3. Take union of two list, with no repetitions of elements. 

Here is a link for some important linked list problems that can be asked.

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Lab Manual 4 - Tips

Intersection of Lists' Function
1. Make two local position pointers, for the two input lists.
2. Make a local list, a position pointer for it and then initialize it, as in testlist.c.
3. Make two (nested) loops (by using either while or for) and populate the local list with the common elements by using the following check: "If one element of list A is same as any element of list B, then put that element in list C (local) and break the loop".

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Signals & Systems Solutions - Chapter-Wise

To download "high quality print" solutions to different chapters of the book called "Signals & Systems" by Mr. Oppenheim, just click on the desired chapter.

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

For solutions and lecture notes for this book and many more books related to electrical engineering, visit cramster.com, and click Join Now to begin the journey.