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UWCS350David TaylorFall

Review Tables In the course there are some comparison between different address translations, scheduling strategies , and others. I have made a couple of tables that compare them ( advantages , disadvantages , comments )

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Simple physical memory variable sized chunks of physical memory. Each virtual address space corresponds to a contiguous range of physical addresses man
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UWREC101Troy GloverFall

Lecture #12 - Volunteer Management & Co-production Typed Filled in notes for lecture 12 - unit 2 Volunteer Management & Co-production - The prof gives lecture notes with blanks which needs to be filled during the lecture, I have provided a filled in le

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Note: 80/20 a small amount of people are doing a lot of volunteering , also youth, university degrees, households over 100,000 and who attended religio
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UWAFM101Duane KennedyFall

AFM101 Lecture Notes - Cash Flow Statement, Cash Cash, Retained Earnings

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Financial statements: primary means to communicate financial information to parties outside of the organization. Creditors : the companies or people wh
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UWREC101Troy GloverFall

REC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cedar Fair, Great Wolf Resorts, Kings Dominion

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Point of lecture : everything about an organization communicates. Note : mcdonalds is the biggest provider of playground spaces. The cues offered by an
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UWREC101Troy GloverFall

Lecture #11 - Social Entrepreneurship Typed Filled in notes for lecture 11 - unit 2 Social Entrepreneurship - The prof gives lecture notes with blanks which needs to be filled during the lecture, I have provided a filled in lecture note, plus extra com

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Idea developed by a local businessman and an community activist. Encourages neighbors to connect on a social level. Random draw for ,000 neighborhood i
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UWREC101Troy GloverFall

REC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Customer Satisfaction, Employee Retention

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Main point: frontline workers and customer need to be the center of management concern (do reading , also look at diagram ) Service profit chain: custo
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UWREC101Troy GloverFall

REC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cognitive Restructuring, Cumulate Rock

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Requires a fundamental and radical reorientation in the way an organization operates. Episodic change (out dated: organizations are inertial and change
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UWREC101Troy GloverFall

Lecture #10 - Profile of the Not-for-profit Sector in Canada Typed Filled in notes for lecture 10 - unit 2 Profile of the Not-for-profit Sector in Canada - The prof gives lecture notes with blanks which needs to be filled during the lecture, I have pro

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Other names for not-for-profit: third sector civil society voluntary. Structure & regularity to operations: e. g regular meetings, membership, procedur
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UWREC101Troy GloverFall

REC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cognitive Restructuring, Cumulate Rock

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Requires a fundamental and radical reorientation in the way an organization operates. Episodic change (out dated: organizations are inertial and change
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UWREC101Troy GloverFall

Lecture #4 - Entrepreneurship Typed Filled in notes for lecture 4 - unit 1 Entrepreneurship - The prof gives lecture notes with blanks which needs to be filled during the lecture, I have provided a filled in lecture note, plus extra comments if any

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UWREC101Troy GloverFall

REC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Peak Oil

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UWREC101Troy GloverFall

Lecture #1 - The Mixed Economy of Leisure Filled in notes for lecture 1 - unit 1 The Mixed Economy of Leisure The prof gives lecture notes with blanks which needs to be filled during the lecture, I have provided a filled in lecture note, plus extra co

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UWREC101Troy GloverFall

REC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Making Money, Legal Personality, Power Law

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They are motivated by profit ( making money, not like -> not for profit organization ) They design programs to tap consumer spending ( convince them to
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UWREC101Troy GloverFall

REC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Externality, Participaction, Health Canada

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Profile of the public leisure sector in canada. Government is more effective in forwarding certain social purposes: externalities -> the impact of the
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UWMSCI211Shahed AlamFall

MSCI211 Lecture Notes - Fundamental Attribution Error, Organizational Commitment, Job Satisfaction

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Organizational behavior : a field of study that investigates the impact of individuals, groups, and structure on behavior within organizations; the aim
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UWMSCI211Shahed AlamFall

MSCI211 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Organizational Culture

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UWREC101Troy GloverFall

REC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Customer Satisfaction, Frisbee, Natural Person

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Struggling with external environment and internal capacity to fulfill mission: not be able to secure grant funding because of the competitive environme
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UWREC101Troy GloverFall

REC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Corporate Donations, Tim Hortons, Cover Letter

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Note: differences fund development vs grant seeking ( will be in the exam and will trick us ) Corporations; board members; other foundations; special e
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UWCS240Therese BiedlFall

CS240 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Binary Search Tree, Double Hashing, Avl Tree

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Additional materials allowed: one 8. 5 x 11 double-sided help sheet. Start time: 4:30 pm end time: 6:20 pm. Instructions: please sign this exam below t
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UWCS458Ian GoldbergWinter

CS458 Lecture Notes - Public-Key Cryptography, Checksum, Symmetric-Key Algorithm

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1- confidentiality: prevent eve from reading alice"s messages. 2- integrity: prevent mallory from modifying alice"s messages. Kerckhoffs" principle : t
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UWCS240Therese BiedlFall

CS240 Lecture Notes - Avl Tree, Feta, Quicksort

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A list is searched to the end of the list. By uniform hashing assumption x is equally likely to be hashed to any of the m buckets, and therefore the ex
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UWCS447Lin TanWinter

CS447 Study Guide - Final Guide: Call Site, If And Only If, Hp Quality Center

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Debugging: the process of finding a fault given a failure. Failure: external, incorrect behaviour with respect to the expected behaviour (observed). Fa
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UWCS240Therese BiedlFall

CS240 Lecture Notes - Suffix Tree, Quadtree, Binary Search Algorithm

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Claim: sorting items by their probabilities of access in non-increasing order minimizes the cost of search. Proof idea: if not in the right order, then
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UWAFM102Tony AtkinsonWinter

AFM102 Lecture Notes - Income Tax, Historical Cost, Standard Deviation

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Pv = annuity x annuity present value factor (from table) Payments paid annuity a = pv x capital recovery factor(table) The more the periods or the bigg
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UWCS240Therese BiedlFall

CS240 Lecture Notes - Binary Search Tree, Avl Tree, Radix Sort

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Algorithm: a step-by-step process for carrying out a series of computations. Running time or memory requirement of programs are dependent on hardware,
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UWCS246Ric HoltFall

CS246 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Glossary Of Video Game Terms, C String Handling, Linked List

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Winter 2009, updated: february 23, 2009: considering the following code and its output. Draw out the state of the memory at the speci ed location. What
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UWAFM102Tony AtkinsonWinter

AFM102 Lecture Notes - Operating Cash Flow, Cash Flow, Job Satisfaction

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Capacity related costs are fixed, and are based on the projected volume of product going to be produced. Help anticipate potential problems serves to c
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UWCS246Ric HoltFall

CS246 Study Guide - Final Guide: Linked List, Iterator, Duplicate Code

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Implement the following function: class t private : // some junk public: 1 class queue public: queue (); void enqueue ( t t ); T dequeue (); bool isemp
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UWCS447Lin TanWinter

CS447 Lecture Notes - Unit Testing, Visual Basic, Vbscript

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First lowest layer of the hierarchy subsystem are tested, then the upper levels, until all system is tested together. Test top layer or controlling sub
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UWREC280Stephen SmithWinter

REC280 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Via Rail, Air Canada, Age 13

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UWCS447Lin TanWinter

Integration Testing Summary Table useful to use as a reference while studying or for the open-book exam for the course

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First lowest layer of the hierarchy subsystem are tested, then the upper levels, until all system is tested together. Test top layer or controlling sub
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UWCS246Ric HoltFall

CS246 Study Guide - Final Guide: Smart Pointer, Memory Leak, Object Copying

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UWCS245Nancy DayFall

CS245 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Natural Deduction, Qi

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Prove the following arguments are valid or show that they are invalid by providing a coun- terexample and demonstrating that your counterexample shows
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UWCS245Nancy DayFall

CS245 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Proof Procedure, Propositional Calculus, Natural Deduction

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End time: 6:30 p. m: write your name and student number at the bottom of every page, write all solutions on the exam. The booklets are for scratch work
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UWREC280Stephen SmithWinter

REC280 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Cirque Du Soleil, Adventure Travel, Sustainable Tourism

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UWCS245Nancy DayFall

Final + Solution of Winter 2005 useful for practice

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End time: 5:00 p. m: write your name and student number at the bottom of every page, write all solutions on the exam. The booklets are for scratch work
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UWCS447Lin TanWinter

CS447 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Grand Admiral Thrawn, Basic Block, Segmentation Fault

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Why software fail: segmentation fault (incorrect memory usage), deadlocks, wrong implementation, memory leaks, regression to past bugs. Avoiding softwa
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UWCS245Nancy DayFall

Midterm + solution of Fall 2003 usefule for practice

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End time: 12:00 noon (cid:15) write your name and student number at the bottom of every page. (cid:15) write all solutions on the exam. The booklets ar
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UWREC280Stephen SmithWinter

REC280 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Business Travel

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True/false: the twin engines of the travel services industry are travel agencies and tour operators (or wholesalers). T: a challenge and an opportunity
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UWCS245Nancy DayFall

Assignment #7 + Solution Winter 2009

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Due: thu 26 mar 2009 10am in the cs245 drop boxes. There may be multiple correct answers to this question: (40 marks) for each of the following program
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