## Laboratory 1 Assembly Language and the RISC-V ISA

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Laboratory 1 Assembly Language and the RISC-V ISA

Page 1of 6School of EngineeringEEET2261–Computer Architecture and OrganisationLaboratory 1Assembly Language and the RISC-V ISA1Aims(i)To develop an appreciation for the abstraction provided

# Assignment 4: Recursion

In this assignment, your task is to practice writing recursive functions. The questions are in the file `a4.h`, and each question asks you to write a recursive function according to a specification given in the source code itself.

The functions are specified using pre-conditions, post-conditions, and constraints. For example, here is the specification for a function that sums the integers from 1 to n:

```// Pre-condition:
//    n >= 0
// Post-condition:
//    Returns the sum of the first n integers, i.e. 1 + 2 + 3 + ... + n.
//    If n is 0, then 0 is returned.
// Constraints:
//    Must be implemented using recursion (and no loops). You can write
//    helper functions if necessary.
// Note:
//    You don't need to worry about sums that overflow int.
int sum(int n);
```

The pre-condition states what must be true before the function is called, and the post-condition states what must be true after the functions finishes running correctly (assuming that the pre-condition held before it was called).

The constraints part of the specification lists any other things that must be true for the function. In this assignment, the major constraint is that no loops are allowed in any of the code you write.

Important: No loops are permitted in any of the code you write for this assignment (not even in the test functions).

## Testing

For each function, you must also write a corresponding test function that automatically runs tests on the function to help ensure it is working correctly. Typically, this is a series of `assert` statements that call the function and compare its results to the known correct answer.

For example, the test function for `sum` from above could be written like this:

`void`

## CMPT 135 A Personal Database

A Personal Database In this project, you are to design and implement a book database. Your database will store book records, and each book records has, at least, these fields: Title Author Date of publication Book type: hardcover, softcover, or digital ISBN # (yes, there is more than one kind of ISBN — it’s your…

## Programming Concepts Assignment

Programming Concepts Assignment (March 2020) The purpose of this assignment is to show how well you can develop a programming project. It will give you an opportunity to display your knowledge of the Python programming language. This assignment is marked initially with a maximum score of 100. It is then weighted to contribute 25% to…

## Use a truth table to show that the propositions p ↔ q ↔ r and (p ↔ q) ∧ (q ↔ r) are not logically equivalent.

### Assignment

Use a truth table to show that the propositions p ↔ q ↔ r and (p ↔ q) ∧ (q ↔ r) are not logically equivalent.

Write a program to input a positive integer n indicating the number of variables pi , and compute and print to standard output the corresponding truth table for (1). Each row of the output truth table should contain the truth values of the pi , the truth value

Recipe Box App

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Group 1

## User Interface:

• This leads to the main panel with options to go to to perform the following:
• Recipes Panel
• This panel is likely to be the most-used section of the interface. Here you can view the recipe details, add new recipes,

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## Forecasting Chicken Wing Demand

Exercise 1: Forecasting chicken wing demand

The following data represents the weekly demand for chicken wings at a local restaurant during the past six weeks:

 Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 Demand 650 521 563 735 514 596

Complete the following:

a.    Forecast the demand for week 7 using a five-period Moving average.