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Show that in a group of five people (where any two people are either friends or enemies), there are not necessarily three mutual friends or three mutual enemies.
posted Apr 12 in Preparation Experience PrimeJJG
edited Apr 18 by PrimeJJG
All 3 test() are inside "PAR BEGIN, PAR END" so they execute concurrently..
posted Mar 21 in Preparation Experience Nikhil_dhama
edited Apr 1 by Nikhil_dhama
@arjun sir why pi is taken as (ai + bi) , as it should be taken as (ai ⊕ bi)
posted Mar 21 in Preparation Experience sanjaysharmarose
edited Mar 22 by sanjaysharmarose
I doubt the correctness of this solution, the diagram below; in Red Rectangle shows what this solution is suggesting, on the other hand the image in the Green Rectangle shows what is expected by the question. This solutions does not consider the fact that after $L_1$ on miss, the request is forwarded to $L_3$. How does this solution keeps that in perspective?
posted Mar 21 in Preparation Experience Bodhisattwa 2,172 views

Hello fellow rankers, and future aspirants. Congratulations are in order for all the brilliant people whom i hope to meet soon, and also to the ones who weren’t fortunate enough to meet their own expectations this time around, but still have come out of this journey wiser and with renewed hope and determination for acing their next attempt.

I didn't plan on sharing my experience as there are already a lot of them out there which are a great read and frankly way more relatable to most people than what my experience is going to be.

Having said that, everyone is welcome in giving it a read and sharing their thoughts/comments/critiques, but do keep...

posted Mar 20 in Preparation Experience rish-18 1,182 views
Consider a Processor with two Caches which it can access directly in parallel $L_1$(80% hit rate) and $L_2$(90% hit rate) with access times as 100ns and 200ns respectively. In case of miss in any of those it fetches the data from hard disk $L_3$(100% hit rate) which has a latency of 500ns. What is the average access time($T_{avg}$) of the organization?
posted Mar 20 in Preparation Experience pranab09
edited Mar 21 by pranab09
i think it`s allowed under TWR (so, it will allow under MVTS ) the order is T1 > T2 > T3 the answer is A
posted Mar 8 in Preparation Experience soujanyareddy13
edited Mar 11 by soujanyareddy13
All are DCFL?
posted Dec 10, 2020 in Preparation Experience rohith1001 1,768 views
Answer: D 3NF will be adequate for normal relational database design since 3NF tables are free of insertion, update, and deletion anomalies.
posted Aug 5, 2020 in Preparation Experience goxul
edited Aug 6, 2020 by goxul

Hi. My name is Tamal and I appeared for GATE CS twice in the years 2019 and 2020. I secured ranks of 1309 and 188 respectively and I am writing this blog to share my experience of the same. I primarily wanted to share this because during my preparatory phase of a year and a half I had highs and lows. Well, mostly lows than highs. And blogs that I used to read on this platform really helped me a lot. So I just wanted to do my bit for this wonderful community we’ve got going here. I also want to point out that it might be the case that my blog will only feel relatable to droppers and circuit branch students but hey, if you’re not amongst them, feel free to read it...

posted Aug 4, 2020 in Preparation Experience tamaldeepmaity
edited Aug 4, 2020 by tamaldeepmaity
Answer should be (D) , An ICMP packet with a message type $3$ (Destination Unreachable) and a message code $3$ (Port Unreachable) lets you know that the machine you tried to reach is not listening on this port. When you nmap a machine on a port it's ... @
posted Apr 16, 2020 in Preparation Experience prashant812
edited Apr 19, 2020 by prashant812
both are true any function can be written in terms of minterms
posted Apr 9, 2020 in Preparation Experience shreys02
edited Apr 14, 2020 by shreys02
but every time when i is incremented q is not incremented by loglogn.....for 1st iteration of i it is becoming loglog1..then for second loglog2..and so on till finally it should be loglog1+loglog2+loglog3+..........+loglogn..
posted Dec 13, 2019 in Preparation Experience Ayush Upadhyaya
edited Jan 6, 2020 by Ayush Upadhyaya
Actually it will be option C. The question written here has option C wrong. Actual option was c. {p,s}---> {s}
posted Sep 1, 2019 in Preparation Experience Ayush Upadhyaya 3,479 views
Arjun sir plz explain the (b) part,,i m not getting it.
posted Mar 17, 2019 in Preparation Experience Abhishek Shaw 3,740 views
Answer - B. Degree of generator polynomial is $3$ hence $3-bits$ are appended before performing division After performing division using $2$'$s$ complement arithmetic remainder is $011$ The remainder is appended to original data bits and we get $M' = 11001001\bf{011}$ from $M = 11001001.$ Courtesy, Anurag Pandey
posted Mar 16, 2019 in Preparation Experience Parth Shah 2,738 views
can you convert this comment to an answer?
posted Feb 23, 2019 in Preparation Experience Abhishek Shaw
edited Mar 11, 2019 by Abhishek Shaw
Can you provide explanation for 72 ??
posted Feb 13, 2019 in Preparation Experience Abhishek Shaw
edited Mar 11, 2019 by Abhishek Shaw
C is Correct.
posted Feb 11, 2019 in Preparation Experience Abhishek Shaw
retagged Apr 25, 2019 by Abhishek Shaw