ITP120 Northern Virginia Logical Operators and Repetition Java Program Design

Question

Please review the operators we covered in class today (04/15/2019) (Arithmetic, Relational and Logical) and the associated “Truth Tables for logical operators”.
Design a java program that finds and output all integer values (numbers) between 1 and 1,000,1000 that are divisible by 7, 11 and 13 at the same time. Pleas attach your java source-code and a screen-shot of your output to Bb.

This is how he started the the project in class. I will compile and run it on textpad 8 when you send me. Make sure it is running correctly!!

public class Divisible {

public class void main(String arg[] ) {

for (int n – 1; n <=1,000,1000 ; n = n+1 ) {

if ((n % 7 == 0) &&

System.out.println(“n=” + n);

Making Hash table for music library in MSVC2017

JukeboxMusical

(A musical playlist that is based around a series of well-known popular songs)

1: First we need to make a Music class with (You can add more/ remove any)

  • ID/URL
  • Music Title
  • Album
  • Artist
  • Band
  • Genre (Rock,Pop,Fusion etc.)
  • Description

1.We will have a list of music in a file (Minmum 25).

2.At the beginning have to read the file to makeMusic-obj for each entry in the file

3.After each Music object created, need to enter it to the Hash Table, Bst and stack using their address.

4.Hash-Table :

key : ID/URL

value : address of the Music-obj created

5. BST1 :

key : ID/URL

value : address of the Music-obj created.

5. BST2 :

key : Music Title

value : address of the Music-obj created.

We can add more BSTs with different keys if needed.

6.Stack:

We can use our previous one.

7.For keeping track of our object number we can use an array count.

Operations:

  1. Add new data : Get details from user. Add it in the Hash-Table and
  2. Delete Data : Delete from Hash-Table and BSTs. push() the entry in stack ( for undoing a delete )
  3. Find and display one data record using the primary key : (A) Find by ID/URL : Take input ID/URL from user and find out from Hash-Table. (B) Find by Title : Take input Title from user and find out from Hash-Table
  4. List data in hash table sequence : Print all data from Hash-Table in sequence.
  5. List data in key sequence (sorted) : (A) sort by ID/URL : inorder traversal of the BST1. (B) sort by Title : inorder traversal of BST2.
  6. Print indented tree : Indented printing of the tree.
  7. Write back to file : Write back all data in hash-tabel sequence to file.
  8. Undo delete : Pop() one element from the stack and insert it back to Hash-Table and BSTs.
  9. Efficiency :

a. Load Factor

b. Number of Collisions

c. Longest Collision Path

  1. Recommending the user a few songs based on the genre of songs (may be) : TODO
  2. Quit : Write back all data in hash-tabel sequence to file.

If we want to read realtime URL then we need to implement some Netwark programming. I don’t have any Idea about that domain.


BST is on the 22C_final_Project.zip

University of Phoenix Restoration and Recovery Plan Presentation

Review the information from the Cyberattack Scenario.

Create a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation that includes a step-by-step restoration and recovery plan. This plan must create strategies to restore information-system operations in the event of an attack or failure.

Make sure to address the following points in the step-by-step plan:

  • In relation to your position in your selected organization, identify the steps you would take to address how to:
  • recover data,
  • secure the establishment, and
  • investigate the crime.
  • Include the strengths and weaknesses of contemporary methodologies and technologies designed to protect information systems and data as part of your plan’s justification.

Format your Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation consistent with APA guidelines.

Use the Notes section below each slide to fully describe the contents of each slide.

Georeferencing a Raster Contour Lines & Digitizing a Geological Map Project

Georeferencing a raster map

• Use a JPG file contains a geologic map

• Apply georeferencing tools to define WGS84

projection

• Produce a formal map with graticules in degree, minutes, seconds

• Save it as PDF file and submitted as (Ex5_task1)

Creating contour lines

• Add DEM file projected in WGS84

• Apply Contour tool to produce contour lines

• Add labels to the contour lines

Digitizing a geological map

  • Create polygon layer (vector file) to delineate geologic outcrops. Create an attribute contains: Name, lithology, and Age
  • Create polyline layer (vector file) to delineate faults. Create an attribute contains: fault type, fault azimuth
  • Create points layer (vector file) to digitize dips. Creat an attribute contains: Dip direction, Dip angle.
  • Create a formal map of the digitized geological ma

Python Development Lab 13 Assignment

Lab 13: pandas

Logistics

  • Due: Thursday, April 18th no later than 11:59 p.m.
  • Partner Information: Complete this assignment individually.
  • Submission Instructions: Upload your solution, named YourFirstName-YourLastName-Lab13.py to the BrightSpace Lab 13 Dropbox.
  • Deadline Reminder: Once this deadline passes, BrightSpace will no longer accept your Python submission and you will no longer be able to earn credit. Thus, if you are not able to fully complete the assignment, submit whatever you have before the deadline so that partial credit can be earned.

Learning Outcomes

  • Gain experience creating bar charts with pandas.

Assignment

  • Download lab13.py, rename it according to the instructions above, and make sure you understand it.
  • Download MSU College Enrollments.csv and CS Faculty.csv into the same directory as the above file.
  • Modify the program so that when it runs, Figure 1 looks like this and Figure 2 looks like this. Note: To see the xlabel after the figure is displayed, select the “Configure subplots” button at the bottom of the displayed graph and then increase the “bottom” slider manually.

Grading – 10 points

  • 2 points – A dataframe is created using the read_csv method.
  • 1 points – The labels for the x-axis and y-axis are determined by information in the dataframe. Thus, any csv file that has the same format as the two files being used in lab would display correctly.
  • 1 points – The title for the graph is determined by the information in the string parameter file_name that comes before the “.csv” file extension.
  • 6 points – The dataframe plot method uses each of the following arguments correctly such that the sample graphs are matched exactly: title, legend, x, y, kind and color correctly. 1 point each.

If Time Remains

  • Work on Program 6, seeking feedback from your lab assistant if desired.

IT 204 Southern New Milestone 3 Information Systems Final Project Proposal Draft

IT 204 Milestone Three Guidelines and Rubric

In this task, you will complete and submit an individual proposal for a relational database that addresses the business case of Birchwood Lane Schools. In your proposal, you should include the second and third critical elements of your final project: a business case and gap analysis, and a relational database model. Use your emerging knowledge from course materials and discussions with classmates to inform your proposal. This milestone will be graded with the Milestone Three Rubric, which is found below.

Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed in your submission:

  1. Business Case and Gap Analysis: Analyze the client needs and how the project will address them. This type of analysis identifies the difference between a current condition and future state (i.e., gap analysis). Based on the scenario showing the current system that the school has in place to collect data:
    1. What information should be included in the new database solution to address the current state? Why?
    2. What additional information is needed to complete the business case data requirements and achieve the desired future state?
  2. Relational Database Model: Based on the scenario and the information from your introduction and your analysis:
    1. Design a basic relational database visual diagram with entities, attributes, and relationships based on the requirements you have identified. Be sure to include proper relationship mapping.
    2. Create a conceptual data model visual diagram and a logical data model visual diagram based on the entities present in your visual conceptual database.Rubric

Guidelines for Submission: The proposal should follow these formatting guidelines: double spacing, 12-point Time New Roman font, one-inch margins, and APA

citations. The proposal should be 2 to 3 pages in length.

Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Needs Improvement (55%) Not Evident (0%) Value

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Business Case and Gap Analysis: Information

Meets “Proficient” criteria, and explanation demonstrates keen insight on the information needed for the proposed database solution

Identifies what information should be included in the new database solution to address the current state and explains reasoning

Identifies what information should be included to address the current state, but reasoning contains inaccuracies or is illogical

Does not identify what information should be included to address the current state in the new database solution

20

Business Case and Gap Analysis: Additional Information

Meets “Proficient” criteria, and the description demonstrates keen insight into how the information from the scenario should be used

Describes additional information needed to complete the business case data requirements and achieve the desired future state

Describes additional information needed to complete the business case data requirements but lacks key details or contains inaccuracies in achieving the desired future state

Does not describe additional information needed to complete the business case data requirements

20

Relational Database Model: Basic Diagram

Meets “Proficient” criteria, and the relational database visual diagram is simply and intuitively organized

Basic relational database visual diagram clearly illustrates all applicable entities, attributes, and relationships based on the scenario

Basic relational database visual diagram clearly illustrates all applicable entities, attributes, and relationships based on the scenario but lacks key details or contains inaccuracies

Basic relational database visual diagram does not illustrate applicable entities, attributes, and relationships

20

Relational Database Model: Conceptual and Logical Diagram

Meets “Proficient” criteria, and the conceptual and logical visual diagrams are simply and intuitively organized

Conceptual and logical visual diagrams clearly illustrate all applicable entities and attributes based on the scenario

Conceptual and logical visual diagrams illustrate applicable entities and attributes based on the scenario but lack key details or contain inaccuracies

Conceptual and logical visual diagrams do not illustrate applicable entities and attributes

20

Articulation of Response

Submission is free of errors related to APA citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, and organization and is presented in a professional and easy-to-read format

Submission has no major errors related to APA citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization

Submission has major errors related to APA citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas

Submission has critical errors related to APA citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas

20

Earned Total 100%

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Journal Writing on Public Reflective Information

Instructions Weekly journals should reflect public (not
confidential) information regarding duties performed by the intern throughout
the week and descriptions of knowledge, skill, and attitude gained through the
internship experience for the week. Double space all journals and upload
them before 10 a.m. each Monday morning (CST) following each week. Each
report should include a heading with your name, total hours worked for the
week, and composite number of hours worked to date for the semester. Your
reports should be double spaced, have indented paragraphs, and generally be one
page or less, depending on amount of work accomplished during the week.
Each report should be grammatically correct. Your reports should reflect
on “what you learned” and should not include mere listings of duties
or technical discussions. Missing reports will reduce the percentage of
points received for the semester. The percentage of reports received on
time throughout the term which meet these criteria will be used to award the
portion of 100 course points for the semester.

Below is what I need someone to help me write in one page journal I need someone who can help me write it professionally. I am not good at writing and I need help. I briefly talked about what I did on my 20 hrs of internship. talk about business contniuty what its

On June 5 was the first day I started my internship at
Tristar HCA at summit medical center in the Information Technology department. The
supervisor who’s the director of the department, set up meeting with me and gave
me a tour of the entire department. Found me several projects to work on and
see what interest me as far as my degree concentrations goes. I was assigned with a project to work on called
Application Impact Assessments which is for the Business continuity. I was
interested in working on it since I had experience on working with Excel really
well. I was provided with the private
application and I transferred all the excel data into Microsoft application template.
The supervisor said none of this business continuity ever get done on time and he
appreciated to have me intern to work on it.

CIS273 Strayer University Business Websites JavaScript Discussion Questions

Forms are often used on business Websites to collect data of various kinds (sales, memberships, mailing lists, etc.). The quality of the data is vital to the success of the business and its ability to use the data appropriately. Using JavaScript for form validation is one line of defense. Validation is often applied to check for a valid zip code, phone number, or product number. Another way JavaScript is applied in a form is to make entering the data easier (hint: focus).

For this thread, select two of the following potential form fields and write the JavaScript you would use to validate or make the data entry easier for the visitor:

  • U.S. phone number
  • Zip + 4
  • Social Security Number
  • A section that asks for the following:
    • First Name
    • Last Name
    • Street Address
    • City
    • State
    • Zip Code
  • Ordering a sweater that comes in any of the following colors:
    • Black
    • White
    • Gray
    • Blue
    • Red

ITS2111 Designing Website for Hello World Using Microsoft PowerPoint Project

Week1 Part 1

Implementation

You will use what you have learned to create an HTML page. The content of the page should just be the statement “Hello, World!” but it should include HTML tags, header tags, body tags, and use proper tag nesting and closure. Save your file as hello.html and include it in your submission folder.

Design

Using Microsoft PowerPoint as a design tool, create a plan for your Website. To do so, perform the following tasks:

Put together a set of questions for the client that need to be addressed before you can start designing and developing the website. This would give you enough information to plan the website without getting into its technical details. Try to be comprehensive but succinct. Come up with questions that can extract relevant information for planning the design and development and for creating an initial prototype of the website. Group your questions under various categories such as quality, scheduling, and workflow. Your questions may include:

oWho is the intended audience?

oWhat milestones should be planned in the design phase?

oWhat branding should be used for the website?

Decide on the tourist destinations you want to cover. Then, perform the following tasks:

oCreate a sitemap for the website. A sitemap includes the titles and file names of all pages in a website. For example, each website should have a home page saved with the file name index.html. You can assume that in this website, each page will link to all other pages.

oName the pages and determine the file names to be used when you create the website in HTML. This is to ensure that the links within the website work properly.

Collect the text and graphics for the destinations. You can pull these together from the Internet or from your personal photographs or from images that you are permitted to use. Ensure that you use only copyright-free material. Decide on the information you want to present on the pages of the website. You may also need to get imaginative when presenting this information. Create one PowerPoint slide for each page to showcase the text and images. Plan to include two paragraphs of text on each destination page as well as on the home page. Note that the contact page will contain a form that you will design later.

Create a slide to depict the basic layout of the pages in the website. You can use placeholder images or shapes for depiction. You want each page to have the same basic appearance, which should include:

oA new logo

oA banner

oNavigation elements to link to other pages

oA content area that will change from page to page (this should be in the same place on each page for consistency)

Submit your PowerPoint design file along with the HTML page from the Implementation section to the submission folder. Cite any sources in APA format.

San Jose State University Corporate Network Systems Questions

Please see that both the following are 2 separate questions.

Question 1) Do research on service oriented architecture (SOA) and find three different images/diagram that represent its functions and features. In your opinion, what is the most important thing about SOA to a business? Which image you would use to best represent an SOA to non-technical managers and explain why? List URLs or embed referenced images.

300 words, citations and references plz no plagiarism.

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Question 2) Research emerging enterprise network applications and describe 3 that you think are most interesting and briefly explain why you believe this.

300 words, citations and references plz no plagiarism.

Plz upload both the answers in a Microsoft word document, thank you.