Assessment 3 SQL CSE2DCX Database Fundamentals on the Cloud

Assessment 3 SQL CSE2DCX Database Fundamentals on the Cloud Objectives This is an individual assignment. Students are not permitted to work in a group when writing this assignment. Copying and Plagiarism This is an individual assignment. Students are not permitted to work in a group when writing this assignment. Plagiarism is the submission of another person’s work in a manner that gives the impression that the work is their own. La Trobe University treats plagiarism seriously. When detected, penalties are strictly imposed. Further information can be found on http://www.latrobe.edu.au/students/academicintegrity/explanation/plagiarism Submission Guidelines Your assignment submission should be typed, not written/drawn by hand. Submit the electronic copy of your assignment through the… Read More

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CSIT111/811 ⎯ Programming Fundamentals Assignment

Programming Fundamentals – 1/5 – SCIT School of Computing and Information Technology Autumn 2020 CSIT111/811 ⎯ Programming Fundamentals Assignment 3 (10 marks) Due Time and Date: Due by Sunday 7th June 2020 10 pm General Requirements: • You should create your programs with good programming style and form using proper blank spaces, indentation and braces to make your code easy to read and understand; • You should create identifiers with sensible names; • You should make comments to describe your code segments where they are necessary for readers to understand what your code intends to achieve. • Logical structures and statements are properly used for specific purposes. • Read the… Read More

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Foundations of Information Systems

Foundations of Information Systems Task Summary This assessment task requires you to research and write 1000 words. These topics are related to the key information systems concepts and technologies evident in the context of contemporary businesses and organisations. Context The purpose of this assignment is to develop your ability to understand the use of information systems technologies and concepts such as innovation, digital disruption, cultural impact and new business models in the contemporary workplace. 1. Read and research widely on the chosen topic area. 2. Write a 1000 words research report on the chosen topic based on the review of relevant literature and examples. 3.The report should include an introduction,… Read More

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Question 1: Rainforest species survey

1. Question 1: Rainforest species survey A team of researchers surveys the plant species at a number of sites within a rainforest. They also collect soil data and elevation data for these sites, as well as recording whether each site was in a valley, on a slope, or on a ridge. Their research question was whether soil characteristics, elevation and/or landscape position could predict the vegetation communities at different sites. How many sites were there? 1 points QUESTION 2 1. How many species were recorded? 1 points QUESTION 3 1. What distance function is most appropriate to calculate a distance matrix between the sites based on the log-transformed species count… Read More

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MAXIMIZING STAFF MOTIVATION THROUGH PERFORMANCE-RELATED PAY (HUAWEI)

MAXIMIZING STAFF MOTIVATION THROUGH PERFORMANCE-RELATED PAY (HUAWEI) Abstract As globalization continues to expand opportunities to firms, it is also opening up a wide range of challenges. As firms have gained easier access to raw materials and labor, they are becoming more open to competition. For this reason, firms are gearing for optimization of all resources at their disposal so as to compete effectively with others. Firms are increasingly investing in the development of progressively efficient systems and structures. Similarly, firms are also utilizing scientific ways of maximizing the output of their human resource. This is being achieved through, among other strategies, hiring staff with the best skills and talent, and… Read More

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Means of dispute settlement

Means of dispute settlement INTRODUCTION. In the human race there exist some differences which occurs as a result of failure to understand each other. People possesses different characteristic and hence there ca not miss s of some of the misunderstanding among beach other. We can therefore say that people strive to reach a point of understanding in order to exist mutually with each h other. Theories and various modalities are designed to assist solve the disputes among the human being so that they can live in harmony with each other. However, there can not miss the differences in people as long they are living in the same geographical area. That… Read More

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CENTRAL LOCATION AND DISPERSION

Title: CENTRAL LOCATION AND DISPERSION 1. How can using the arithmetic mean help you measure the central location? Central tendency is the central value of a frequency distribution. In most cases, it is regarded as the central number in a set of data. On the other hand, arithmetic mean is the most used measure of central tendency as compared to other measures of central tendency like median and mode. Arithmetic mean is also referred to as the average or the mean and is defined as the total of numeric values of all observations and the total is divided by the total number of observation (McCullough and Deborah, 2007). For instance,… Read More

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Ancient Roman Inventions and Technology

ANCIENT ROMAN INVENTIONS AND TECHNOLOGY Student’s Name Course Date Ancient Roman Inventions and Technology Introduction The Roman Empire was formed in the 8th century BCE as a humble city. Aristocratic kings originally ruled Rome and by the 6th century BCE, it has turned into a republic. Rome started to expand until it had control over the whole Italian Peninsula. However, their government could be referred to as an aristocracy due to the fact that only the influential families who had connections with the original could rule. These families were referred to as patricians while plebeians were the rest of the people. Ancient Rome had remarkable technological accomplishments and some of… Read More

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MITS5004 IT Security – 2020S1 Assignment

MITS5004 Assignment 3 Copyright © 2015-2018 VIT, All Rights Reserved. 2 MITS5004 IT Security – 2020S1 Assignment No 3 – Project Work Critical Analysis of Security Tools Submission Guidelines: This assessment task is major assignment and done in groups (3-4 students) and you will be required to work together to apply your knowledge, to analyse critically the tools used in IT security. In this assessment you will work in groups by sharing individual tasks on a major practical based case to analyse and devise solutions to security threats, identify security components needed and implement a solution. This will cover all the four learning outcomes of the unit. All submissions are… Read More

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SIT708 – Assessment 2 Sprint 1: Project portfolio & Application Progress

SIT708 – Assessment 2 Sprint 1: Project portfolio & Application Progress Worth: 30% of your grade (details in unit guide) Due: Friday, Week 9, 5:00 pm Friday, Week 10, 5:00 pm (Hard Deadline) Individual Portfolio and Project Progress Introduction The Project Portfolio and SW application (which we refer to as the “outcome of Sprint 1”) is where you create your notes about this entire unit, along with your mobile application, week by week. You will also demonstrate that you have accomplished all of the required coding exercises (with screenshots as evidence). We have this Portfolio instead of an exam, so keep in mind that you need to demonstrate your understanding… Read More

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