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Rishabh 19 Oct in  MSc Tuition, IT(MSc Tuition)

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Mamta Pawar replied | 24 Oct

Parallel computing means that different activities happen at the same time. The term was mostly used in scientific computing (consumer computers until very recently simply were not parallel) where it typically means: spread out a single application over many many cores/processors/processes to get it done bigger/faster. Current big parallel computers have 100 thousand to a million...  more»
Parallel computing means that different activities happen at the same time. The term was mostly used in scientific computing (consumer computers until very recently simply were not parallel) where it typically means: spread out a single application over many many cores/processors/processes to get it done bigger/faster. Current big parallel computers have 100 thousand to a million parallel processors/cores/threads/whatever.

Distributed computing comes from the business world where you have distributed systems such as airline reservation systems, where many people access and modify the same data at the same time. The machinery involved here is typically much looser coupled, and the activities in a distributed system are typically far less synchronized. «less

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Vijaya replied | 05 Nov

Distributing Computing System:
Distributed Computing is a field of computer science that studies distributed systems. A distributed system is a model in which components located on networked computers communicate and coordinate their actions by passing messages. The components interact with each other in order to achieve a common goal.

Parallel Computing:
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Distributing Computing System:
Distributed Computing is a field of computer science that studies distributed systems. A distributed system is a model in which components located on networked computers communicate and coordinate their actions by passing messages. The components interact with each other in order to achieve a common goal.

Parallel Computing:
Parallel computing is a type of computation in which many calculations or the execution of processes are carried out simultaneously. Large problems can often be divided into smaller ones, which can then be solved at the same time. «less

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Alok Tiwari replied | 31 Aug

If f(X) = (1/2) X^2, then f(12) = 72, and f(8) = 32. Or you can think of it as X * (X/2).

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Poonam replied | 03 Sep

12:72 means multiply first no. By half of itself. ie. 12*6=72.
In the same way, 8*4=32.

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Bhawana 20 Jul in  MSc Tuition, Botany(MSc Tuition), BSc Tuition

I am a teacher and i want to make account. How i can made it?

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Ncrhometutors replied | 25 Aug

Follow these steps:-
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2) Click on Sign up option on right hand side top of the page.
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-> I am looking to learn
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Follow these steps:-
1) open the website http://www.urbanpro.com
2) Click on Sign up option on right hand side top of the page.
3) Two options will be there:
-> I am looking to teach &
-> I am looking to learn
4) Click on I am looking to teach
5) There will be 2 options:
-> I am an individual
-> I run an Institute OR
You can sign up with your Facebook account which is mentioned at the end of the same page.
6) Choose I am an individual.
7) Enter your whole details as required.
8) Then click on Submit at the end.
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Sneha replied | 25 Aug

You can conduct tutions for students

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Sanjay replied | 24 Aug

800/hr for m.sc and 1000/hr for undergraduates foreign students

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Avnish replied | 24 Aug

250-1500 per topic may be good choice

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Wariar 16 Jun in  MSc Tuition

how to prepare for jam exams ?
how early should we start preparing?

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Ravins replied | 15 Jul

First download the syllabus of jam from website, then study deep and understand basic concept of subject. Try to solve problem those have ask in the previous year examinations. any thing more you can contact me.

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Anindya replied | 15 Jul

One should start preparing from the beginning of 2nd Year M.Sc. Solving previous years question papers is very important. For Linear Algebra-S.K. Mapa, Abstract Algebra-S.K. Mapa, For O.D.E &vP.D.E-Ghosh, Maity, For Differential Calculus- Ghosh, Maity, For Complex Analysis- Gamelin

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Shikhar 30 May in  MSc Tuition, Mathematics(MSc Tuition)

Proof of sum of interior angle of triangle is 180

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Abhishek 24 Apr in  IAS (Indian Administrative Service) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes), UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Regular Classes(UPSC Exams Coaching classes), More... MSc Tuition IT(MSc Tuition) MCA Coaching classes Career Counselling

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Ashwin replied | 04 Jun

Hi Abhishek, This is the time for introspection , do your SWOT analysis. Arrive at what you enjoy the most, seek a career in it and you will be happy and least stressful. Analyse whether doing M.Sc or appearing for Civils, or writing a bank or insurance sector govt exam will give your security for financial independence .Dont Rush Think cooly and stick to your gut feeling is my belief

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Sanjeev replied | 07 Jun

U should do MCA

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Bharath 10 Apr in  MSc Tuition, Physics(MSc Tuition)

Name the beat institute/ coaching centre for msc physics in hcu

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Manpreet 24 Feb in  MSc Tuition

i am creating online jewellery store web site.i want to add a cart module.how it will be added in http://www.asp.net

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Vipin replied | 06 Apr

Right-click the Models folder and select Add -> New Item.
Name this new class CartItem.cs.
Click Add.
The new class file is displayed in the editor.
Replace the default code with the following code

using System.ComponentModel.DataAnnotations;

namespace WingtipToys.Models
{
public class CartItem
{
[Key]
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Right-click the Models folder and select Add -> New Item.
Name this new class CartItem.cs.
Click Add.
The new class file is displayed in the editor.
Replace the default code with the following code

using System.ComponentModel.DataAnnotations;

namespace WingtipToys.Models
{
public class CartItem
{
[Key]
public string ItemId { get; set; }

public string CartId { get; set; }

public int Quantity { get; set; }

public System.DateTime DateCreated { get; set; }

public int ProductId { get; set; }

public virtual Product Product { get; set; }

}
}The CartItem class contains the schema that will define each product a user adds to the shopping cart. This class is similar to the other schema classes you created earlier in this tutorial series. By convention, Entity Framework Code First expects that the primary key for the CartItem table will be either CartItemId or ID. However, the code overrides the default behavior by using the data annotation [Key] attribute. The Key attribute of the ItemId property specifies that the ItemID property is the primary key.

The CartId property specifies the ID of the user that is associated with the item to purchase. You’ll add code to create this user ID when the user accesses the shopping cart. This ID will also be stored as an ASP.NET Session variable. «less

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Ashish replied | 06 Mar

You can boost your career in data science domain. You should go for the Data science specialization courses offered by John Hopkins University in Coursera.

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Rakesh replied | 20 Apr

ISI is the best institute and apply for Applied Stats and along with do course for SAS

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Prashanth replied | 19 Feb

GATEIIT

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Ashish replied | 06 Mar

You should start working in Data Analytics domian beforedeciding to go for MSc Statistics. Work for couple of years then go for M.Sc. Programme. That would be great help. Industry teaches you lot of application of statistics and mathematics which is difficult to appreciate if you jump into academic without having much practical exposure. There are plenty of jobs in Bangalore related...  more»
You should start working in Data Analytics domian beforedeciding to go for MSc Statistics. Work for couple of years then go for M.Sc. Programme. That would be great help. Industry teaches you lot of application of statistics and mathematics which is difficult to appreciate if you jump into academic without having much practical exposure. There are plenty of jobs in Bangalore related to Data science and data analytics . «less

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Saurabh replied | 29 Feb

it requires 9 jumps

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Pushpinder replied | 04 Mar

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Kunal 02/08/2015 in  MSc Tuition

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Sravani replied | 30/10/2015

after boiling egg has been change shape internal .so moment of inertia had changed. -

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Annanya replied | 03 Jan

It remains the same

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Maithreye replied | 19/07/2015

Foetal calf serum is derived from 3-10 day old calf. The calf can be of cow,buffalo. But bovine is a generic name and includes cow, buffalo, ox. Foetal calf serum does not have many growth factors which could support human cell lines. Whereas bovine have more growth factors,less serum toxicity also it is broader in usage.
Mainly calf serum is preferred because it is cheaper...  more»
Foetal calf serum is derived from 3-10 day old calf. The calf can be of cow,buffalo. But bovine is a generic name and includes cow, buffalo, ox. Foetal calf serum does not have many growth factors which could support human cell lines. Whereas bovine have more growth factors,less serum toxicity also it is broader in usage.
Mainly calf serum is preferred because it is cheaper and works for many cell types. FCS is used for large fermentation processes.

For HEK 293 cell line FBS is the best suited. «less

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Pracheta replied | 09/08/2015

Bovine n calf are same....fcs in old terminology of fbs.

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Rohit 08/03/2015 in  MSc Tuition

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Sravani replied | 30/10/2015

Blood group

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Ayan replied | 18/12/2015

A type of blood group with the presence of Rh factor.

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