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Here we have complete collection of CS408 Human Computer Interaction All Current and Past Mid Term Papers. Previously we shared CS403 Current Mid Term Paper Fall 2016.
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CS408 Mid Term Past Paper Sample 1

mcqs were easy mostly from past papers
  1. The most common keyboard is Qwerty Key board, there are other keyboards as well like Alphabetic keyboard and Dvorak keyboard. In your view point, how QWERTY keyboard is different from Dvorak key board ?
  2. Being an HCI learner, comment that, what is the difference between software engineering and HCI? 
  3. In your view point, what is the role of qualitative research in context of the individual working in organization in development & success of a product? 
  4. What is most common form of alphanumeric keyboard? 
  5. define slips?

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CS408 Mid Term Past Paper Sample 2

Most mcqs were from past papers. Few were new, conceptual but easy.

Short term and long term questions:

  1. 1x long question. Interaction framework breaks the system into four main components which are the System, the User, the Input and the Output. Define all of them.
  2. 1x long question of senses and Motor processor. These are output and input for humans. Define them.
  3. 1x What does the Richer & Diverse interactions means in context of handling those computer based devices?
  4. 1x What are the basic ideas of sketchpad by Sutherland?
  5. 1x more question of regarding input and output.
  6. 1x question of Vision perception.

CS408 Mid Term Past Paper Sample 3

  1. tell us use of mouse.
  2. mention widgets which are part of WIMP.
  3. being hci student. comment abt whats the difference between software engineering and hci 
  4. suppose you have assigned a task to conduct an interview with stakeholder about product. what kind of information you will collect.
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CS403 Current Mid Term Paper Fall 2016

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Here we have Current Mid term Past Papers of CS403 Database Management Systems semester fall 2016.  Previously we shared List Of Virtual University 8th Convocation Position Holders.

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CS403 Mid Term Paper Fall 2016 Sample 1

  1. What are the three features of Physical data model
  2. Context level DFD (student grading system)
  3. Components of Relational data model
  4. Context level DFD (KFC order)
  5. Draw a matrix by the given diagram and data

CS403 Mid Term Paper Fall 2016 Sample 2

1. what is the purpose to use the relational data model?
2. what is relationship set ?
3. explain union operation in relational algebra?
4. what is secondary key give an exampel also ?
5. what is partial dependency ?
6. what are data anomalies? 

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CS403 Mid Term Paper Fall 2016 Sample 3

    18.12.2016 12 pm subjective paper of CS403 Database Management Systems.

    CS403 Current Mid Term Question no 1
    Part of ER diagram for "University System" is given below. Mention Dependency exists between entities from the list provided.
    (Dependencies: Existence, Identifier, Referential)

    CS403 Current Mid Term Question 
    no 2

    While creating a database, first step is to analyze the system for which you are going to store data in the database. After analyzing the system, which tool will you use for creating pictorial representation of the system?

    Relation 1
    Student ID Name Address Degree ID
    1 ABC ABC123 Null
    Default XYZ XYZ123 01
    2 WXY WXY123 05

    Relation 2
    Degree ID Degree Title Duration
    01 BCS 4 Years
    02 MCS 2 Years
    03 MSCS 2 Years

    Where, Degree ID is a reference / foreign key in Relation 1.

    Specify the constraint (s) applied on FK (Foreign Key) in the case given above from the list provided. Also justify your answer.
    [Referential, Default, Domain]

    CS403 Current Mid Term Question 
    no 3

    Analyze the statement given below and identify as correct or incorrect. Justify your answer in either case.

    1. In “Three Schema Architecture”, External schema is responsible for data storage on Hard Disk.

    CS403 Current Mid Term Question 
    no 4

    Suppose we have two entities involved in a relationship 'A' and 'B'. Entity A and B are in One to Many Relationship.

    A- What would be the general rule for mapping A and B entity into relation.
    B- What would be the constraint on Foreign Key, if;
    I – Minimum Cardinality = 0
    II- Minimum Cardinality = 1
    CS403 Current Mid Term Question no 5

    You are required to draw an ER diagram including entities along with relations and 
    Cardinality exist among the entities by keeping the following scenario in your mind.

    "Suppose a system having three entities, i.e. Product, Product Range and Order. One product range must have at least one product and a product must belong only to a single Product Range. One Order must have at least one product and possibly many. However, at minimum there may exist zero (0) or many orders of a product."

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    ENG101 Final Term Past Papers Mega Collection

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    Here You Can Download ENG101 Final Term Papers, Short Notes, Assignment Solutions, ENG101 Solved Final Term Papers, ENG101 Lecture Wise Questions Answers Files, Solved MCQs, Solved Quiz , ENG101 Final Term Subjective Papers , ENG101 Final Term Objective Papers from Virtual Study Solutions For Preparation of Final Term Papers.


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    (1)       Why it’s necessary to label the visual aids?
    Answer: While it is important for you to eliminate unnecessary details form your visual aids, it is also critical to include labels for the important content. Labels also help people know what they are seeing when they read a figure.
    2. Characteristic of good interviewer
    Good interviewers are good at collecting information, listening, and probing, so should develop a set of interview questions and decide on their sequence.
    (1)   importance of introduction section of report writing
    A report's introduction summarizes the contents by describing the purpose of the report and giving an overview of the main ideas expressed within it.
    (2)   how to improve the ability of good listing
    You can improve your listening ability by becoming more aware of the habits that distinguish good listeners from bad.
    (3)   why we should make the visual aids easy
    Make your Visual Aids Easy to Find:
    If you place the figure farther away than that (for instance in an appendix), you can help your readers by providing the number of the page on which the figure may found.
    How make visual aid easy?
    • By Informative titles
    • By using appropriate objects
    • By removing unnecessary details
    what do u understand by the word spatial?
    If you are studying a physical object, study it left to right, top to bottom, inside to outside.
    what do u know abt term abbreviations?
    Abbreviations, shortened forms of words, are commonly employed in scientific and technical writing.
    important functions of progress report?
    Progress Report:    The progress report states the progress made towards the goal during the reporting period, discusses significant costs and scheduling issues, and lists future objectives to be carried out. Project monitoring and accountability are the main objectives of a progress report.
    Distinct features of empirical research report?
    An empirical research is a research that reports the results of a study and uses data derived from actual observation or experimentation. Such research is used to answer a question or test a hypothesis
    steps of planning oral presentation
    preparing for the presentation:
    •  Knowledge of the audience
    •  Knowledge of subject
    •  Use of time
    •  Rehearsal
    •  Personal appearance and grooming.
    Pictographs are a special kind of bar graph in which the bars are replaced by drawings that represent the thing being described.
    Flow charts are an excellent means of representing the succession of events in a process or procedure. The simplest flow charts use rectangles, circles, diamonds, or other geometric shapes to represent events, and arrows to show the progress from one event to another.
    Difference b/t informational and analytical reports
    a. Informational
    • Inform or instruct – present information
    • Reader sees the details of events, activities or conditions.
    • No analysis of the situation, no conclusion and no recommendations.
    b. Analytical
    • Written to solve problems
    • Information is analyzed.
    • Conclusions are drawn and recommendations are made
     c. Persuasive
    • An extension of analytical reports: main focus is to sell an idea, a service, or a product.
    Q.2 Adverb modifier
    Adverb Modifiers:  Adverbs should be placed as close as possible to the words or phrases that they modify. If you allow an adverb to be separated from the word or phrase that it modifies, the interpretation of the adverb may become ambiguous. Always place a quantity adverb immediately before the word it modifies.
    Q.3 Three points of Progress Report
    Progress Reports:
    • Typical Writing Situations
    • The Readers’ Concern with the Future
    • The Questions Readers Most Often Ask
    Q.5 orientation phrase
    In the orientation phase, group members socialize, establish their roles, and agree on their reason for meeting.
    Criteria of reports
    Criteria are the standards that you apply in a feasibility study to evaluate the alternative courses of action which you are considering. For instance, to assess the feasibility of opening the new branch office, Shazi uses many criteria such as:
    • The existence of a large enough market
    • A good possibility of attracting depositors away from the competition.
    • The likelihood that profits on the deposits at the branch will exceed the expenses of operating it.
    • The reasonableness of the financial outlay required to open the office.
    scope of instructions
    Information about the scope of the instructions answers the reader’s questions, “What kinds of things will we learn to do in these instructions -- and what things won’t we learn?” For example, the writers of a Tire Uniformity Manual would answer that question in their third or fourth sentence. The writers of the Macintosh manual answer the same question in this way. The manual tells you how to use the mouse and keyboard to control your Macintosh
    types of interviews
    Categorizing interviews:
    • Job interviews
    • Informative interviews
    • Persuasive interviews
    • Exit interview
    • Evaluation interview
    • Counseling interviews
    • Conflict-resolution interviews
    • Disciplinary interviews
    • Termination interviews
    rephrase dangling modifiers
    A modifier whose connection to the sentence is implied or intended but not actually made explicit is said to dangle. Dangling modifiers detract from the clarity of your writing, so you should make sure your modifiers are properly connected to the words they modify. To repair a dangling modifier, add the noun or phrase to whom the modifier was intended to modify and rephrase the sentence accordingly.
    comma splice and how to correct it
    Comma Splice:
    Never link two independent clauses with just a comma; this is known as a comma splice error.
    The sun is high, put on some sun block.
    This computer doesn't make sense to me, it came without a manual.
    You can correct a comma splice in four ways:
    • Separate the independent clauses into two separate sentences. Punctuate both sentences with periods.
    • Replace the comma with a semicolon or with a semicolon and a conjunctive adverb such as however or furthermore. (The conjunctive adverb is then normally followed by a comma.)
    • Replace the comma with a comma and a coordinating conjunction.
    • Make one of the clauses into a subordinate clause.
    1= identify, which of the following statement is the use of a line graph?
    1. To show the appearance of something that readers have never seen. photographs
    2. To display interaction between two or more variables. line graph
    2=Name any two steps of listening. (2)
    What happens when you listen.
    • Sensing
    • Interpreting
    • Evaluating
    • Remembering
    • Responding
    3=Choose the last gender based expression and fill that. (2)
    i. There’s a car accident a head, I wonder if anyone has call a----- (police officer, police man)
    ii. What qualification does anyone need to be a -----------? (Fire fighter. Fireman)
    4=which of the following question is solved by the recommendations section of a report? (2) 
    Recommendations: Just as conclusions grow out of interpretations of the facts, recommendations grow out of conclusions. They answer the reader’s question, “If your conclusions are valid, what should we do?” Depending on many factors, including the number and complexity of the things you are suggesting, you may state your recommendations in a single sentence or in many pages.
    5=explain the budget statement? (3)
    Budget statements: A budget statement is a table that shows how money will be gained or spent. It may be very simple or very elaborate depending on your reader’s needs.
    6= what is the importance of facts in report writing? (3)
    your facts are the individual pieces of information that underlie and support your conclusions and recommendations. If your report for example, Ayesha’s is based upon interviews, your facts are the things that people told you. If your report is based upon laboratory, field, or library research, your facts are the verifiable pieces of information that you gathered.
    7= make three sentences by using subject – verb (SV) structure. (3)
    Subject-verb sentences (SV)
    The programmer (S) quits (V).
    9= write detail note on proposal. (5)
    A proposal is a special type of analytical report designed to get products, plans, or projects accepted by outside business or government clients.
    11= what rules for capitalizing multiple wood titles and proper names? (5)
    Rules for Capitalizing Multiple-Word Titles and Proper Names Unless you are following a documentation style that specifies otherwise, observe the following rules for capitalizing multiple word titles and proper nouns.
    Capitalize all nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and subordinating conjunctions. Capitalize any word, regardless of the part of speech, if it is the first or last word of the title or subtitle or a proper name or if it follows a punctuation mark indicating a break in the title.
    12= which important step should be followed to organize an outline of oral presentation? (5)
    Oral presentations can be formal or informal, depending upon their explicit and implicit purposes and the delivery situation. An oral presentation can be almost any report type, such as a design review, a proposal, or a conference talk.
    Whatever the specific type, however, an effective oral presentation is carefully planned with your objectives in mind and pays close attention to the demands of your audience
    Effective oral communication is a combination of many skills:
    • Outlining and planning
    • Preparing overheads or other display media
    • Rehearsing
    • Delivery

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    PAK301 Final Term past paper Spring 2010

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    Here we have PAK301 - Pakistan Studies Final Term Paper of Spring 2010. You can read and download PAK301 Final Term past Paper from below:
    (Session - 2)
    Time: 90 min
    Total Marks= 55 

    Semester = Spring 2010.

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    PAK301 Final Term past paper Spring 2010

    The political right of the majority to the exercise of power within the boundaries of a generally accepted political unit, area, or territory
    Which one of the following highlights the above definition?
    ► Decolonization
    ► Right of self-determination
    ► Freedom movement
    ► Anti –colonialism

    When did the rule of East India Company come into end in the British India?
    ► In 1857
    ► In 1858
    ► In 1947
    ► In 1948

    In which year the mosque in KANPUR was demolished?
    ► In 1911
    ► In 1913
    ► In 1916
    ► In 1908

    Why was the Mission send in 1945 called as Cabinet Mission Plan?
    ► It was recommended by the British Cabinet
    ► It consisted of three British Cabinet's members
    ► It consisted of the members of Indian Cabinet
    ► It was recommended by British Indian Cabinet

    Who imposed the longest martial law in Pakistan?
    ► General Ayub Khan
    ► General Yahya Khan
    ► General Zia-Ul-Haq
    ► General Pervaiz Musharraf

    When the system of Local government was abolished from Pakistan?
    ► In 1977
    ► In 1979
    ► In 1981
    ► In 1983

    When did Zia’s military government hold presidential referendum in Pakistan?
    ► In 1983
    ► In 1979
    ► In 1984
    ► In 1985

    For what purpose Wardha Educational Scheme was introduced by Hindus?
    ► To convert Muslims into Hinduism through primary educational literature
    ► To preach the basics of Hindu religion at the primary level
    ► To convert Sikhs into Hinduism through primary educational literature
    ► To convert the British into Hinduism through primary educational literature

    When was the report on Muslims sufferings presented by Fazal-e-Haq?
    ► In December, 1939
    ► In March, 1939
    ► In March, 1938
    ► In October, 1939

    How many members of the First Constituent Assembly were increased after the 1947?
    ► From 49 to 59
    ► From 59 to 69
    ► From 69 to 79
    ► From 39 to 49

    What was the basic objective of the appointment of Mountbatten as Viceroy in 1947?
    ► To prolong British rule in India
    ► Because he was a good administrator
    ► To wind up the British rule in India
    ► Because he was affiliated with Congress

    What is literacy rate of Pakistan?
    ► 40%
    ► 46%
    ► 50%
    ► 56%

    What is meant by Distance Education?
    ► Education through phone
    ► Education through post mail
    ► Education through TV and Internet
    ► All of them

    How many kinds of education are there in Pakistan?
    ► 8
    ► 6
    ► 4
    ► 2

    Who was the president of Pakistan in 1958?
    ► Field Martial Ayub Khan
    ► Ghulam Muhammad
    ► Iskander Mirza
    ► None of these

    When did military assume power in Pakistan for the first time?
    ► On 23 March, 1956
    ► On 17 February, 1960
    ► On 7 October, 1958
    ► On 14 August, 1956

    What was sure about Pakistan?

    ► That Pakistan would be An Islamic state
    ► That Pakistan would be A secular state
    ► That Pakistan would be A democratic state
    ► That Pakistan would be An Islamic democratic state

    Who was the first president of Pakistan?
    ► Ayub Khan
    ► Iskander Mirza
    ► Ghulam Mohammad
    ► Khawaja Nazimuddin

    Which constitutional body in Pakistan enjoys only advisory capacity?
    ► National Assembly
    ► Senate
    ► National Security Council
    ► Supreme Court

    In which year the incident of "Chaura Chori" took place?
    ► In 1919
    ► In 1920
    ► In 1922
    ► In 1924

    Q :Briefly tell about the Relations between Pakistan and Egypt?

    Q :Write a very brief note on Land Reforms in Pakistan

    Q :What was the total strength of the National Assembly under the 1956 Constitution?

    Q :Draw attention to Junagarh issue.

    Q :Briefly tell about the issue of Islamic or Secular status of Pakistan as a State?

    Q :Write down some line about the educational career of Allama Iqbal.

    Q :Write a note on the Geographical location of Pakistan.

    Q :Write a brief note on the process of Industrialization during Bhutto regime.

    Q :What do you know about the River/Cannal System in Pakistan?

    Q :Write a note on the industrialization in Pakistan during Bhutto and Zia’s regimes

    Q :Outline the criticism raised against the First Report of Basic Principle Committee.

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