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Monday, 8 October 2018

BTech Semester 1 - Engineering Graphics - Introduction (Handwritten Notes)

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Introduction to Engineering Graphics

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Sunday, 7 October 2018

Computer Science - Data Structure Notes - Part 3 - Trees (#ggsipu)(#csnotes)(#btechnotes)(#ipumusings)(#eduvictors)

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Computer Science - Data Structure Notes - Part 3
Computer Science - Data Structure Notes - Part 3 - Trees  (#ggsipu)(#csnotes)(#btechnotes)(#ipumusings)(#eduvictors)


Data structures are the building blocks of any programming language. Following are the PDF notes on Data Structures, help you in your studies. For large amounts of input, the linear access time of linked lists is prohibitive. A tree can be defined in several ways. A tree is a collection of nodes.


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Thursday, 4 October 2018

IPU BCA Semester 2 - Data Structures Using C - End Term Examination Paper (May-June 2017)(#bcapapers)(#ipumusings)

BCA Semester 2 

Data Structures Using C 

IPU BCA Semester 2 - Data Structures Using C - End Term Examination Paper (May-June 2017)(#bcapapers)(#ipumusings)

End Term Examination Paper
(May-June 2017)

Main main of this subject 'Data Structures in C' in second semester of BCA is to understand the use of the basic data structures along with their applications. After studying, the student is expected  to be able to build own algorithms and pseudocodes for the various applications of the basic data structures.

See below the end term question paper May June 2017

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Wednesday, 3 October 2018

Computer Science - Data Structure Notes - Part 2 - Trees (#ggsipu)(#csnotes)(#btechnotes)(#ipumusings)(#eduvictors)

Trees

Computer Science - Data Structure Notes - Part 2
Computer Science - Data Structure Notes - Part 2 - Trees


Data structures are the building blocks of any programming language. Following are the PDF notes on Data Structures, help you in your studies. For large amounts of input, the linear access time of linked lists is prohibitive. A tree can be defined in several ways. A tree is a collection of nodes.


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Saturday, 29 September 2018

Computer Science - Data Structure Notes - Part 1 - Trees

Trees

Computer Science - Data Structure Notes - Part 1
Computer Science - Data Structure Notes - Part 1 - Trees


Data structures are the building blocks of any programming language. Following are the PDF notes on Data Structures, help you in your studies. For large amounts of input, the linear access time of linked lists is prohibitive. A tree can be defined in several ways. A tree is a collection of nodes.


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Friday, 28 September 2018

Attributes of Spoken and Written Communication (#bcanotes)(#mcanotes)(#eduvictors)

Attributes of Spoken and Written Communication 

Attributes of Spoken and Written Communication (#bcanotes)(#mcanotes)(#eduvictors)

Communication takes numerous structures as indicated by the event and circumstance, the connection between the people, the medium, symbols and the images utilized, the style of articulation, and many other factors.

Spoken or oral and written communication are both forms of verbal communication. Oral communication is more natural and immediate. Oral communication requires that both the parties should be present and attentive at the same time. Written communication has to be used when the other person is not present and is not available on the telephone. Long and complex messages are best conveyed in writing.

Oral and written communication have different attributes which have to be taken into account in choosing which one to use in a particular situation. Some of the attributes are listed below:

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Friday, 10 August 2018

BCA/MCA/Btech Computer Science - Software Engineering - Understanding Software Configuration Management (#bcanotes)(#mcanotes)

Software Engineering - Understanding Software Configuration Management

BCA/MCA/Btech Computer Science - Software Engineering - Understanding Software Configuration Management (#bcanotes)(#mcanotes)

Basic terms and Definitions 

Q1: What is configuration management?

Answer: Configuration management (CM) is the discipline of controlling the evolution of complex systems.


Q2: Define Software Configuration Management (SCM).

Answer: Software configuration management (SCM) is the discipline of controlling the evolution of complex software systems. is a software-engineering discipline comprising the tools and techniques (processes or methodology) that a company uses to manage change to its software assets.

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Monday, 16 July 2018

IPU BALLB - Semester 1 - History-I (End Term Paper 2017-2018)

BALLB - Semester 1 -
History-I
(End Term Paper 2017-2018)

GGSIPU BALLB - Semester 1 -  History-I (End Term Paper 2017-2018)


Paper Code - BBA 301/ BBA (TTM) - 301/MOM-301


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Thursday, 12 July 2018

MCA - Design and Analysis of Algorithms - What is Algorithm Analysis and Complexity (#mcanotes)(#ipumca)

ANALYSIS AND COMPLEXITY OF ALGORITHMS

MCA - Design and Analysis of Algorithms - What is Algorithm Analysis and Complexity (#mcanotes)(#ipumca)


Q1: What do you mean by "Analysis of algorithm"?

Answer: “Analysis of algorithm” is a field in computer science whose overall goal is an understanding of the complexity of algorithms (in terms of time Complexity), also known as execution time & storage (or space complexity) requirement taken by that algorithm.

Suppose M is an algorithm, and suppose n is the size of the input data. Time is measured by counting the number of key operations T(n).

The space is measured by counting the maximum of memory needed by the algorithm S(n).
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Sunday, 8 July 2018

MBA BBA - Marketing - Cultural Dynamics in Marketing (#bbanotes)(#ipumusings)

Marketing - Cultural Dynamics in Marketing

MBA BBA - Marketing - Cultural Dynamics in Marketing (#bbanotes)(#ipumusings)


Cultural dimension is one of the important dimensions of international marketing environment, other dimensions being political, economic, legal, technological, geographic etc. It influences all aspects of consumer behaviour and is pervasive in all marketing activities like product design, packaging, pricing, promotion, distribution, communication etc.

Culture can be defined as a " sum total of man ' s knowledge, beliefs, art, morals, laws, customs and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as member of society."
It is the distinctive way of life of a group of people, their complete design for living.

What is Cultural Dynamics?

Man uses the media of culture in adapting to the physical, biological, psychological, social, anthropological, and historical components of human existence. Each culture evolves its own modes and norms to solve problems created by Man's existence in society.

A culture is a living and dynamic phenomenon which keeps on constantly interacting with other cultures and passes through the continuing process of adopting, adapting and assimilating.


Cultural Similarities and Patterns

Sometimes apparent similarities in certain features of culture create illusion of `sameness ' in different national cultures. For example, several nationalities may speak the same language or may have similarities in religious or racial features, but it does not necessarily follow that similarities exist in other respects as well, nor does it follow that a product or a promotional message adaptable to one culture would be readily acceptable to another.

Furthermore, within each culture there are many subcultures that can have marketing significance. For instance, in a country like the United States distinct subcultures prevail in the South, North-Eastern or Midwestern parts. Similarly, the general similarities of Indian culture are in evidence throughout the country but regional differences do exist in the cultural features that are of marketing importance.

It is therefore important to explore the possibility of existence of more than one distinct culture in a country as well as characteristics of subcultures, before marketing plans are formulated.


ELEMENTS OF CULTURE

Culture includes all facets of life. In order to obtain a total picture of a culture it is necessary to investigate every possible side of it. The main elements included within the meaning of the term `culture' are:

1. Material. Culture
• Technology
• Economics
2. Social Institutions
• Social organization
• Education
• Political structures
3. Man and the Universe
• Belief systems
4. Aesthetics
• Arts, Folklore
• Music, drama and the dance
5. Language

The cultural dimension complicates the environment in which an international marketer has to operate. Knowledge of other cultures, laws, and business practices has moved from being desirable to being essential in today's marketplace. An international marketer must therefore undertake a cultural analysis to understand the orientation and underlying forces which make the culture so that he can use the information while planning and executing his marketing plan.

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