20 | 3 pages 500 words
Ignore the information provided in the case for the relative importances of the criteria; instead, use the Value Hierarchy shown below and the following weight information:
50 | 8 page 1000 words
In principal in quarter 3 the complete steel structure will be worked out but in quarter 4 the structure will be made more complex. In the assignment of quarter 3 all structural elements are still all statically determined and as such can all be solved by only using the 3 equilibrium equations ΣH=0, ΣV=0, and ΣM=0. In quarter 4 the main (rafter) beams of the roof structure will be changed into statically indeterminate ones. To be able to calculate the internal forces in those beams additional theory regarding the deformation of the beam is needed which will be discussed in quarter 4.
50 | 6 pages 800 words
Exercise Physiology PERM2005 Laboratory Activity II Electromyographic Analysis of Muscle Contraction
The motor unit is the functional unit of muscle contraction, each unit consisting of a motor neuron and the muscle fibers it innervates. The neurons have long axons which pass from the central nervous system to the muscle in nerve bundles and then branch to the individual muscle fibers (Powers & Howley 2007).
50 | 5 pages 750 words
Unbalanced mass on a rotational system will cause the manifestation of a centrifugal force. This force is related to the rotational velocity of the rotary system. An unbalanced rotational system might result in vibrations on the entire system. Hence, while imbalances are insignificant for applications where rotational velocities are low, the thus induced vibrations in fast rotating systems can be catastrophic. Therefore, it is important for engineers working with rotational systems such as wheels of vehicles and rotating parts in motors, to understand the principles behind rotor balancing.
50 | 3 pages 500 words
The assignment should be your own work and written in your own words. It will be checked for similarity using Turnitin. Any plagiarism or copying from others will be dealt with through the university’s plagiarism procedures.
20 | 3 pages 500 words
There is one assignment for this module which comprises of two components: Part A is The design and development of a web application that tests the security of a database-driven website
40 | 3 pages 500 words
document that contains a link to your web site project. Save this file and upload it to the dropbox for the Final Project located on D2L 6. In the comment section for the dropbox for the final project include a link to your final project
40 | 5 pages 750 words
Order Processing Popular Pizza takes orders via phone as well as through walk-in customers. Popular Pizza provides both delivery and pickup services. When a customer orders, the customer’s phone number is entered to the system along with the id of the staff taking the order. If the customer has previously ordered, the name and address appear on the screen. The customer is then asked for his/her name and address, and then the order is taken. If the customer has not ordered before or if the name and address given do not correspond with what are recorded in the computer, a new customer record is created and the order is taken. For each phone order, the time the call was answered as well as the time the call was terminated is recorded. For each walk-in order, the time the customer walks in is recorded.
50 | 3 pages 500 words
The assessment for module INF4000 Data Visualization consists of a written report to assess your ability to visualise data using R/Rstudio and ggplot2. You will download a dataset from the World Bank data catalog and you build a set of visualizations to explore and analyse the data based on a topic of your interest. You should apply the skills you have obtained in the practical sessions of the module. You are expected to follow one of the theoretical frameworks discussed in the lecture and describe the steps you took during the visualization process. The report needs to be 3,000 words long. The submission deadline for the assessment is 13th January at 10:00am via the Turnitin link found in the Blackboard page of module INF4000 Data visualization. The assessment is worth 100% of the overall mark for the module. A pass mark of 50 is required to pass the module as a whole. You will also need to provide the R code you used to create the visualizations in the report, as well as any cleaning or transformation of the original dataset. You will upload this R file to a Google Drive folder linked in the coursework assessment section in Blackboard. Make sure the R file is named using you student registration number.
60 | 6 pages 750 words
1. Introduction This part of the assessment for INF6027 Introduction to Data Science comprises a piece of individual coursework to assess your ability to analyse data using R/RStudio and to then communicate your findings. Given a specific topic and dataset (see Section 2), you should identify a specific problem or topic you would like to investigate (e.g., where or when particular types of crime occur, or co-occur). You will then need to pre-process and analyse the dataset to identify patterns and relationships that address your selected problem/topic. This should involve using techniques learned throughout the practical sessions that will help you to demonstrate your R skills, such as summarising datasets, statistical modelling or data visualisation, to highlight and illustrate particular aspects of the data you want to communicate (e.g., particular patterns or trends).