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Code No: 117BX Set No.

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JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD
IV B.Tech. I Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, September - 2017
COMPUTER GRAPHICS
Objective Exam
Name: ______________________________ Hall Ticket No. A
Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks. Time: 20 Min. Marks: 10.

I. Choose the correct alternative:

1. In Bresenham's algorithm, while generating a circle , it is easy to generate?


a) One octant first and other by successive reflection
b) One octant first and other by successive rotation
c) One octant first and other by successive translation
d) All octants [ ]

2. When several types of output devices are available in graphics installation, it is convenient to use ?
a) Bundled attributes b) Unbundles attributes c) Inquiry attributes d) All of above [ ]

3. ___________ used to regulate the flow of elections in CRT ?


a) Electronic Gun b) Focusing electrode c) Control electrode d) All of the above [ ]

4. The ......... simply reads each successive byte of data from the frame buffer?
a) Digital Controller b) Data Controller c) Display Controller d) All of above [ ]

5. The original coordinates of the point in polor coordinates are


a) X=r cos ( +) and Y=r cos ( +) b) X=r cos ( +) and Y=r sin ( +)
c) X=r cos ( -) and Y=r cos ( -) d) X=r cos ( +) and Y=r sin ( -) [ ]

6. The two-dimensional scaling equation in the matrix form is


a) P=P+T b) P=S*P c) P=P*R d) P=R+S [ ]

7. In displaying a clipped picture the efficient method is ?


a) Clipping against the window and then applying the window transformation
b) Applying window transformation and then clipping against the viewport
c) Both A and B have the same efficiency
d) Efficiency depends on whether the window is an aligned rectangle or not [ ]

8. The selection and separation of a part of text or image for further operation are called
a) Translation b) Shear c) Reflection d) Clipping [ ]

9. A Bezier curve is a polynomial of degree ___________the no of control points used


a) One more than b) One less than c) Two less than d) None of these [ ]

10. The process of mapping a world window in world coordinate system to viewport are called
a) Transformation viewing b) Viewport
c) Clipping window d) Screen coordinate system [ ]

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Code No: 117BX :2: Set No. 1

II Fill in the Blanks

11. Graphics and image processing technique used to produce a transformation of one object into another is
called______________.

12. The maximum number of points that can be displayed without overlap on a CRT is refereed to
as_________________.

13. Raster images are more commonly called________________.

14. ______________is used for the purpose of sending graphics data to output unit.

15. Polygons are translated by adding __________ to the coordinate position of each vertex and the current
attribute setting.

16. The matrix representation for scaling in homogeneous coordinates is__________.

17. The space in which the image is displayed are called____________.

18. The object space in which the application model is defined__________________.

19. An_______ can be considered as an extension of spherical surface.

20. _______curve is one of the spline approximation methods.

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Code No: 117BX Set No. 2
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD
IV B. Tech. I Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, September - 2017
COMPUTER GRAPHICS
Objective Exam
Name: ______________________________ Hall Ticket No. A
Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks. Time: 20 Min. Marks: 10.

I. Choose the correct alternative:

1. The ......... simply reads each successive byte of data from the frame buffer?
a) Digital Controller b) Data Controller c) Display Controller d) All of above [ ]

2. The original coordinates of the point in polor coordinates are


a) X=r cos ( +) and Y=r cos ( +) b) X=r cos ( +) and Y=r sin ( +)
c) X=r cos ( -) and Y=r cos ( -) d) X=r cos ( +) and Y=r sin ( -) [ ]

3. The two-dimensional scaling equation in the matrix form is


a) P=P+T b) P=S*P c) P=P*R d) P=R+S [ ]

4. In displaying a clipped picture the efficient method is ?


a) Clipping against the window and then applying the window transformation
b) Applying window transformation and then clipping against the viewport
c) Both A and B have the same efficiency
d) Efficiency depends on whether the window is an aligned rectangle or not [ ]

5. The selection and separation of a part of text or image for further operation are called
a) Translation b) Shear c) Reflection d) Clipping [ ]

6. A Bezier curve is a polynomial of degree ___________the no of control points used


a) One more than b) One less than c) Two less than d) None of these [ ]

7. The process of mapping a world window in world coordinate system to viewport are called
a) Transformation viewing b) Viewport
c) Clipping window d) Screen coordinate system [ ]

8. In Bresenham's algorithm, while generating a circle , it is easy to generate?


a) One octant first and other by successive reflection
b) One octant first and other by successive rotation
c) One octant first and other by successive translation
d) All octants [ ]

9. When several types of output devices are available in graphics installation, it is convenient to use?
a) Bundled attributes b) Unbundles attributes c) Inquiry attributes d) All of above [ ]

10. ___________ used to regulate the flow of elections in CRT ?


a) Electronic Gun b) Focusing electrode c) Control electrode d) All of the above [ ]

Cont..2
Code No: 117BX :2: Set No. 2

II Fill in the Blanks

11. ______________is used for the purpose of sending graphics data to output unit.

12. Polygons are translated by adding __________ to the coordinate position of each vertex and the current
attribute setting.

13. The matrix representation for scaling in homogeneous coordinates is__________.

14. The space in which the image is displayed are called____________.

15. The object space in which the application model is defined__________________.

16. An_______ can be considered as an extension of spherical surface.

17. _______curve is one of the spline approximation methods.

18. Graphics and image processing technique used to produce a transformation of one object into another is
called______________.

19. The maximum number of points that can be displayed without overlap on a CRT is refereed to
as_________________.

20. Raster images are more commonly called________________.

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Code No: 117BX Set No. 3
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD
IV B. Tech. I Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, September - 2017
COMPUTER GRAPHICS
Objective Exam
Name: ______________________________ Hall Ticket No. A
Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks. Time: 20 Min. Marks: 10.

I. Choose the correct alternative:

1. The two-dimensional scaling equation in the matrix form is


a) P=P+T b) P=S*P c) P=P*R d) P=R+S [ ]

2. In displaying a clipped picture the efficient method is ?


a) Clipping against the window and then applying the window transformation
b) Applying window transformation and then clipping against the viewport
c) Both A and B have the same efficiency
d) Efficiency depends on whether the window is an aligned rectangle or not [ ]

3. The selection and separation of a part of text or image for further operation are called
a) Translation b) Shear c) Reflection d) Clipping [ ]

4. A Bezier curve is a polynomial of degree ___________the no of control points used


a) One more than b) One less than c) Two less than d) None of these [ ]

5. The process of mapping a world window in world coordinate system to viewport are called
a) Transformation viewing b) Viewport
c) Clipping window d) Screen coordinate system [ ]

6. In Bresenham's algorithm, while generating a circle , it is easy to generate?


a) One octant first and other by successive reflection
b) One octant first and other by successive rotation
c) One octant first and other by successive translation
d) All octants [ ]

7. When several types of output devices are available in graphics installation, it is convenient to use ?
a) Bundled attributes b) Unbundles attributes c) Inquiry attributes d) All of above [ ]

8. ___________ used to regulate the flow of elections in CRT ?


a) Electronic Gun b) Focusing electrode c) Control electrode d) All of the above [ ]

9. The ......... simply reads each successive byte of data from the frame buffer?
a) Digital Controller b) Data Controller c) Display Controller d) All of above [ ]

10. The original coordinates of the point in polor coordinates are


a) X=r cos ( +) and Y=r cos ( +) b) X=r cos ( +) and Y=r sin ( +)
c) X=r cos ( -) and Y=r cos ( -) d) X=r cos ( +) and Y=r sin ( -) [ ]

Cont..2
Code No: 117BX :2: Set No. 3

II Fill in the Blanks

11. The matrix representation for scaling in homogeneous coordinates is__________.

12. The space in which the image is displayed are called____________.

13. The object space in which the application model is defined__________________.

14. An_______ can be considered as an extension of spherical surface.

15. _______curve is one of the spline approximation methods.

16. Graphics and image processing technique used to produce a transformation of one object into another is
called______________.

17. The maximum number of points that can be displayed without overlap on a CRT is refereed to
as_________________.

18. Raster images are more commonly called________________.

19. ______________is used for the purpose of sending graphics data to output unit.

20. Polygons are translated by adding __________ to the coordinate position of each vertex and the current
attribute setting.

-oOo-
Code No: 117BX Set No. 4
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD
IV B. Tech. I Sem., I Mid-Term Examinations, September - 2017
COMPUTER GRAPHICS
Objective Exam
Name: ______________________________ Hall Ticket No. A
Answer All Questions. All Questions Carry Equal Marks. Time: 20 Min. Marks: 10.

I. Choose the correct alternative:

1. The selection and separation of a part of text or image for further operation are called
a) Translation b) Shear c) Reflection d) Clipping [ ]

2. A Bezier curve is a polynomial of degree ___________the no of control points used


a) One more than b) One less than c) Two less than d) None of these [ ]

3. The process of mapping a world window in world coordinate system to viewport are called
a) Transformation viewing b) Viewport
c) Clipping window d) Screen coordinate system [ ]

4. In Bresenham's algorithm, while generating a circle , it is easy to generate?


a) One octant first and other by successive reflection
b) One octant first and other by successive rotation
c) One octant first and other by successive translation
d) All octants [ ]

5. When several types of output devices are available in graphics installation, it is convenient to use ?
a) Bundled attributes b) Unbundles attributes c) Inquiry attributes d) All of above [ ]

6. ___________ used to regulate the flow of elections in CRT ?


a) Electronic Gun b) Focusing electrode c) Control electrode d) All of the above [ ]

7. The ......... simply reads each successive byte of data from the frame buffer?
a) Digital Controller b) Data Controller c) Display Controller d) All of above [ ]

8. The original coordinates of the point in polor coordinates are


a) X=r cos ( +) and Y=r cos ( +) b) X=r cos ( +) and Y=r sin ( +)
c) X=r cos ( -) and Y=r cos ( -) d) X=r cos ( +) and Y=r sin ( -) [ ]

9. The two-dimensional scaling equation in the matrix form is


a) P=P+T b) P=S*P c) P=P*R d) P=R+S [ ]

10. In displaying a clipped picture the efficient method is?


a) Clipping against the window and then applying the window transformation
b) Applying window transformation and then clipping against the viewport
c) Both A and B have the same efficiency
d) Efficiency depends on whether the window is an aligned rectangle or not [ ]

Cont..2
Code No: 117BX :2: Set No. 4

II Fill in the Blanks

11. The object space in which the application model is defined__________________.

12. An_______ can be considered as an extension of spherical surface.

13. _______curve is one of the spline approximation methods.

14. Graphics and image processing technique used to produce a transformation of one object into another is
called______________.

15. The maximum number of points that can be displayed without overlap on a CRT is refereed to
as_________________.

16. Raster images are more commonly called________________.

17. ______________is used for the purpose of sending graphics data to output unit.

18. Polygons are translated by adding __________ to the coordinate position of each vertex and the current
attribute setting.

19. The matrix representation for scaling in homogeneous coordinates is__________.

20. The space in which the image is displayed are called____________.

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