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  1. Christian Cabrera

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  2. Jeff Scully

    I graduated with a my Bachelors in Physics from UMKC, while I may be stepping away from going forward in my degree at the moment I want to stay sharp and be ready when I can start my masters in...

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  4. Nicole Shuman

    Nicole Shuman is a 4th-year undergraduate studying Materials Science and Engineering at the University of California, Davis. She is heavily involved on campus as the Vice President for the...

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  5. Navid Mohammad Imran

    I am a Phd student at the Computer Science department in University of Memphis.

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  6. Photovoltaics QCRF-FDTD Simulator

    15 Oct 2015 | | Contributor(s):: Jacob R Duritsch, Haejun Chung, Peter Bermel

    Simulates optical and electrical behaviors of photovoltaic cells using a FDTD simulation method and QCRF material modeling.

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  11. Playing with pointers in C++

    29 May 2012 | | Contributor(s):: David A Saenz

    Two simple examples of how pointers and arrays relate to each other. These examples make a pointer point to every element of a 2D and 3D array and print their elements in order using pointer arithmetic.David SaenzNCN Project, Purdue University

  12. Playing with structures in C++

    30 May 2012 | | Contributor(s):: David A Saenz

    Simple examples of how to work with structures in C++. The examples within the compressed folder include simple code which exemplifies their use to form more complex ones like linked lists. There is an example on simple linked lists and there is another one on doubly linked lists.David Saenz

  13. Playing with shells in C++

    05 Jun 2012 | | Contributor(s):: David A Saenz

    Although simple, this example portrays the essential parts of a shell program. In this example we can appreciate how other examples like the tokenizer can get merged with new code to create a new program. Also a basic introduction to the creation of child processes is exemplified. Lastly, this...

  14. Playing with memory in C++

    31 May 2012 | | Contributor(s):: David A Saenz

    This resource contains a couple of programs exemplifying the use of the function "malloc" for static and dynamic memory allocation. For making the programs understandable, many details have been simplified, but the main idea, (i.e. memory allocation/deallocation) is perfectly portrayed.David...

  15. Playing with tokens in C++

    01 Jun 2012 | | Contributor(s):: David A Saenz

    In this example, the use of a tokenizer function explains how the process of separating a string into tokens works. A programmer is usually interested in tokens because they serve as a raw input for terminal shells. David SaenzNCN Project, Purdue University

  16. Playing with classes in C++

    04 Jun 2012 | | Contributor(s):: David A Saenz

    This is a simple example of how to use classes in C++. The program within the folder is a simple terminal TicTacToe game. It makes use of the TicTacToe class where all data and methods are defined.David SaenzNCN Project, Purdue University

  17. Playing with arrays in C++

    25 May 2012 | | Contributor(s):: David A Saenz

    Two very simple examples on how to manage multidimensional arrays in C++. The compressed folder contains two examples. One on I/O of a 2D array and another on a 3D one. From these examples, an instructor or student can extend the technique for higher dimensional arrays.NCN ProjectNCN Project,...