# Tag Archives: following

## Simplify the following Boolean function in POS form using K-maps, also draw a logic diagram using only NAND gates 5m Dec2005

Simplify the following boolean function in POS form using K-maps : F (A, B, C, D) = Σ (0, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 13, 15) Also draw a logic diagram using only NAND gates.         5m Dec2005    K-Map for F is: Thus, the simplified equations for F (A, B, C, D) =… Read More »

## Represent the following numbers in IEEE-754 floating point single precision number format: 4m Dec2005

Represent the following numbers in IEEE-754 floating point single precision number format:           4m Dec2005 (i)                 1011.1001 (ii)                -0.0011001   Single Precision   S stands for Sign (white color) E stands for Exponent (yellow color) N stands for Number (also called Mantissa or Significand) (green color)   0this Sign bit (1 bit) 1st to 8this Exponent… Read More »

## Find out the errors, if any, in the following 5m Dec2005

Find out the errors, if any, in the following, and               5m Dec2005 (i)                 CMP AX, BX No error since two register operand are allowed for comparison in the permutations shown below. (ii)               IDlV AX, CH IDIV works or allows one parameter only and it can either be register or memory only as shown below. corrected… Read More »

## A two-way set-associative cache memory uses blocks of four words. The cache can accommodate a total of 2048 words from the main memory. The main memory size is 128K x 32. 5m Dec2005

What is cache memory?                                                                                5m Dec2005 A two-way set-associative cache memory uses blocks of four words. The cache can accommodate a total of 2048 words from the main memory. The main memory size is 128K x 32. What are the sizes of the following?      TAG      INDEX      Data    … Read More »

## Explain the following with the help of a suitable diagram or an example: Error detection and correction process 5m Dec2005

Explain the following with the help of a suitable diagram or an example.  Error detection and correction process 5m Dec2005  Error Detection and Correction Codes: The code, which helps in recognition and correction of errors Computer is an electronic media; therefore, there is a possibility of errors during data transmission. Such errors may result from… Read More »

## Explain the following with the help of a suitable diagram or an example: Any two characteristics of video cards / adapters 5m Dec2005

Explain the following with the help of a suitable diagram or an example.  Any two characteristics of video cards / adapters 5m Dec2005  FIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF VIDEO CARDS / ADAPTERS: The purpose of your graphic display system is to display bitmapped graphics on your monitor. The image displayed on your system thus consists of small… Read More »

## Explain the following with the help of a suitable diagram or an example: – Evaluation stack architecture 5m Dec2005

Explain the following with the help of a suitable diagram or an example.  Evaluation stack architecture 5m Dec2005 A stack is a data structure that implements Last-In-First-Out (LIFO) access policy. You could add an entry of data (or value) to the stack with a PUSH (value) Function and remove an entry of data (or value) from the… Read More »

## Explain the following with diagram or example:- Parameter passing using stack in 8086 assembly language 5m Dec2005

Explain the following with the help of a suitable diagram or an example:- Parameter passing using stack in 8086 assembly language 5m Dec2005  Most HLLs use the stack to pass parameters because this method is fairly efficient. To pass parameters on the stack, push them immediately before calling the subroutine. The subroutine then reads this data… Read More »

## Answer the following queries in SQL – IGNOU MCA Assignment 2014 – 15

MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS Course Code : MCS-023 Course Title : Introduction to Database Management Systems Assignment Number : MCA (2)/023/Assign /2014-15 Maximum Marks : 100 Weightage : 25%   We have following relations: Supplier(S#,sname,status,city) Parts(P#,pname,color,weight,city) SP(S#,P#,quantity) QUERY for Creating S table: CREATE TABLE S (S_No CHAR (5) NOT NULL, SNAME CHAR (20) NOT NULL,… Read More »

## Write a program in ‘C’ to print the following format pyramid : 10m Dec2006

Write a program in ‘C’ to print the following format pyramid : 10m Dec2006                 C             C C C         C C C C C     C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C… Read More »