Daily Archives: January 9, 2022

As an intern with the local home builder’s association, you have been asked to analyze the state of the local housing market, which has suffered during a recent economic crisis.

As an intern with the local home builder’s association, you have been asked to analyze the state of the local housing market, which has suffered during a recent economic crisis. You have been provided two data sets in the file HousingBubble. The Pre- Crisisworksheet contains information on 1,978 single-family homes sold during the one-year period before the burst of the “housing bubble.” These 1,978 observations have been split into a training set (1,186 observations) and a validation set (792 observations). The Post-Crisisworksheet contains information on 1,657 single family homes sold during the one-year period after the burst of the housing bubble. These 1,657 observations have been split into a training set (994 observations) and a validation set (663 observations). The data in both the Pre-Crisisand Post-Crisis worksheets have been appended with the same set of….

Par Corporation acquired a 70 percent interest in Sul Corporation’s outstanding voting common stock on January 1, 2011, for $490,000 cash.

Par Corporation acquired a 70 percent interest in Sul Corporation’s outstanding voting common stock on January 1, 2011, for $490,000 cash. The stockholders’ equity (book value) of Sul on this date consisted of $500,000 capital stock and $100,000 retained earnings. The differences between the fair value of Sul and the book value of Sul were assigned $5,000 to Sul’s undervalued inventory, $14,000 to undervalued buildings, $21,000 to undervalued equipment, and $40,000 to previously unrecorded patents. Any remaining excess is goodwill. The undervalued inventory items were sold during 2011, and the undervalued buildings and equipment had remaining useful lives of seven years and three years, respectively. The patents have a 40-year life. Depreciation is straight line. At December 31, 2011, Sul’s accounts payable include $10,000 owed to Par. This….

Bill’s business is already expanding. He thinks that in a few weeks he will need to hire one or two employees to help him. He knows that each new employee will need their own computer.

Bill’s business is already expanding. He thinks that in a few weeks he will need to hire one or two employees to help him. He knows that each new employee will need their own computer. He is also making the necessary changes so that the new employees will be working in a spare room in Bill’s house. Explain to Bill what networking options he has. Go through each type or configuration of network possible for him, making sure that you explain the pros and cons of each configuration. Finish with your suggestion for the network that he should set up and explain what new hardware will be required to do this.

With the possibility of three business computers in his home, and all of his business records possibly….

You need to implement the Phonebook class, which is a phonebook. Each directory has an attribute name. Implement the class as doubly connected list, where the nodes of the list in addition to the pointer contain an attribute of type Contact (struct),

You need to implement the Phonebook class, which is a phonebook. Each directory has an attribute name. Implement the class as doubly connected list, where the nodes of the list in addition to the pointer contain an attribute of type Contact (struct), and that is the structure that consists of a person / company name (string type), a mobile phone (string type, in the form “062123456”) and a landline telephone (also of the string type, in the form “033222555”). It is possible that the contact has a mobile phone, and fixed is not (ie fixed is an empty string), or vice versa, but it is necessary that at least one of them is entered, as and name. Mobile and landline phones can only contain numbers (otherwise an exception….

What is your design? Why did you choose that design?

Now that you have a basic understanding of quantitative research designs, you can more easily understand and relate to qualitative methodology. Qualitative research tends to be narrative and less numeric in nature than quantitative research. The qualitative researcher gains in-depth information about the nature of a person, group, or situation rather than achieving concrete, finite answers. Good qualitative research tells a story that illuminates a particular issue or phenomenon.

As you proceed with your doctoral studies, you will eventually be required to make a formal proposal for your doctoral research. This week, you will gain practice creating a portion of such a proposal by drafting a qualitative proposal for your Instructor.

To prepare:

Review Chapter 9, “Qualitative Methods,” in the Creswell text. Review the media programs: Qualitative Methods:….

Create a report and graphs showing all the outputs tabulated and comment on the graph. Use R software to create graphs. Excel is not acceptable.

For this assignment you should create 100 random processes numbered from P1 : : : P100 Then create random arrival times and burst times for each of these processes. All the arrival and burst time should be random times. After creating processes with the arrival and burst times calculate thefollowing1. Average wait time for each of the processes2. Average turnaround time for each of the processes. You must use the following algorithms to calculate the above1. First Come First Served2. Shortest JOb First with and without pre-emption.3. Round Robin for different time quantums varying from 1 to 3 ms. You must a programming language to do the simulator. Programming language may be Python, Java, C++ or C#. 3. To hand in? Run the simulator for several times about….

Unilever Unifies Globally with Enhanced ERPUnilever is the third largest consumer goods company in the world behind Proctor & Gamble and Nestlé.

1Case : Unilever Unifies Globally with Enhanced ERPUnilever is the third largest consumer goods company in the world behind Proctor & Gamble and Nestlé. This Anglo-Dutch multinational boasts more than 400 brands, sells its products in more than 190 countries, and employs more than 175,000 people worldwide. Unilever has operating companies and factories on every continent and subsidiaries in almost 100 countries. Twelve Unilever brands— including such recognized names as Knorr, Hellman’s, Lipton, and Dove—generate revenues of more than 1 billion Euros (US $1.15 billion) each year. Unilever is organized as two separate holding companies: Unilever PLC (public limited company), headquartered in London, United Kingdom, and Unilever N.V., headquartered in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The two legal divisions operate as nearly as possible as a single economic entity—the Unilever….

As an example of jitter, consider two consecutive packets in our VoIP application.

As an example of jitter, consider two consecutive packets in our VoIP application. The sender sends the second packet 50 msecs after sending the first packet. But at the receiver, the spacing between these packets can become greater than 50 msecs. To see this, suppose the first packet arrives at a nearly empty queue at a router, but just before the second packet arrives at the queue a large number of packets from other sources arrive at the same queue. Because the first packet experiences a small queuing delay and the second packet suffers a large queuing delay at this router, the first and second packets become spaced by more than 50 msecs.

The question is: Give an analogy with driving cars on roads.

Describe the process for controlling maintenance requests, should all request been handled in same ways. (discuss)

Dudu Bhd. is a medium size tool manufacturing company located in the south of Malaysia. The company produces a variety of hand tools and distributes them under several brand names to retail outlets. Dudu’s online production support system was developed in-house and was implemented two months ago. The system runs 24 hours a day in Dudu’s three manufacturing facilities.

 

 

Background

Last Wednesday morning, the production support system developed a problem. When a report for certain parts was requested to be displayed on the screen, the displayed values were garbled. When she was alerted to the situation, yin yin, Dudu’s IT manager, immediately assigned a systems analyst to investigate the problem. Yin instructed the analyst, Eric Wu, to resolve the problem and get the system up and….

Evaluate the given interface design of the given Android Parking App below by using the Jakob Nielsen heuristics

. True or False. Write True if the statement is True otherwise write False. (1pt.each

item).

1. As the high-level design of the system progresses, task analysis is no longer

required. (Answer- True)

2. Task sequences obtained from a task decomposition can be used when

designing the system’s dialog. (Answer- True)

3. Standard software engineering formalisms can be used to specify an interactive

system. (Answer- True)

4. Formal specifications can be checked for internal consistency. (Answer- True)

5. A specification can be checked for external consistency with respect to

requirement. (Answer- True)

6. Model-oriented notations were developed to provide software engineers with the

ability to describe and reason about software components using precisely

defined interface constructs, which mirror the kinds of constructs used in real

programming languages. (Answer- True)

7. The distinction between status….