Primary objective of this lecture is to analysis Discrete Mathematics and its Applications based on Trees. A tree is often a connected undirected graph without any simple circuits. Brief hypothesis: An undirected graph is often a tree if and only if there is a unique simple way between any two associated with its vertices. Here briefly explain Internal Vertex and Binary Tree. Here also analysis on Ancestors: The ancestors of a non-root vertex are all the vertices in the path from root to this vertex and Descendants: The descendants of vertex v are all the vertices that have v as an ancestor. Finally discuss Traversal Algorithms with examples.
This lecture focus to explain Bottleneck Node Avoidance Data Gathering Tree forWireless Sensor Networks. Here briefly explain Wireless Sensor Network (WSNs), Energy Problem in WSNs, Data Gathering Methodology and Data Gathering Tree (DG), Energy Aware Maximum Leaf node DG (EML-DG), Proposed Energy Aware Bottleneck Avoidance Shortest Path DG etc. Finally discuss on some advantages of Wireless Sensor Networks, like: decrease the total energy lost per round, decrease path cost, increase average lifetime of the bottlenecks, decrease height of the tree and increase the lifetime of the network.
Basic purpose of this lecture is to Presentation on Linear Programming. Here briefly discuss on Mathematical Model and Illustration of Linear Programming problems (focus on Maximization Case). Lecture also discuss on to define Linear Programming Problem (LPP), Graphical Solution, under Graphical Solution here analysis Feasible Solutions and Optimal Solution. Finally analysis some Concepts, like:What is Feasibility, What is an Optimal Solution and Convex Sets and LPP.
This lecture focus to presentation on Microcomputer. Here focus on What is Microcomputer and Typical Microcomputer Architecture. This lecture briefly discuss on the Microcomputer Bus, Clock Signals and Basic Microprocessor Registers. Finally analysis Accumulator based vs. general purpose based microprocessor and Assembly Language Instruction Format. This lecture briefly discuss on subject topic with example and picture.
Principle objective of this lecture is to present String Data Transfers. Here focus on Five Instructions they are, the Direction Flag, LODS Instructions, STOS Instructions, MOVS Instructions, INS and OUTS Instructions, all instructions are briefly discuss with picture and example. Each instruction allows data transfer either a single byte, word or double word. Here discuss all precess with proper Examples.
Basic purpose of this lecture is to present Use of Logic Instructions. Here major focus on Logic Instructions in –AND, OR, XOR and NOT. Here also briefly discuss on TEST Instruction, Shift and Rotate Instructions. Finally analysis Stack Operations and Introduction to Procedures. All subjects are discussed with proper example.
Basic purpose of this lecture is to Presentation on Real Mode Memory Addressing. This presentation briefly presented Real Mode Memory Addressing process with example. Real mode operation allows to address 1MB of memory space – even for the Pentium microprocessor and this first 1MB memory is called the real memory or the conventional memory. Here also discuss on Segment Plus Offset Determines Address. Finally analysis Array, Loop and Accessing Memory.
General objective of this lecture is to Presentation on Microprocessor and Assembly Language Programming. Here discuss on the Microprocessor and Its Architecture, they are ALU (Arithmetic and Logic Unit), the Control Unit and Registers. This lecture also focus on the Programming Model: Program visible registers and Program invisible registers. Finally analysis on Signed vs Unsigned Overflow.
This presentation focus to discuss on Minoan and Mycenaean Cultures, Intro to Greek Architecture. The Minoans established an excellent early civilization on this island of Crete, sustained and protected through the sea. The Minoans dealt with Egypt and Mesopotamia. They acquired ideas and technology them to adapted to their personal culture. The Minoans helped to shape the very first Greek civilization. The Mycenaeans evolved for the Greek mainland and eventually conquered the Greek mainland and Crete. Mycenaeans absorbed Egyptian along with Mesopotamian influences and passed them to later Greeks.