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6002CEM Mobile App Development - Assignment Brief - Coursework 1: Individual Report
Introduction of your proposed app idea: a. Background and motivation of your proposed mobile App b. Define what goals the user should be able to achieve in your app (e.g., The user will be able to log in) c. Would your app be free or paid? Explain briefly how you would monetize it to create a source of income in the future.
6003CEM Web API Development - Coursework 1 Report - API Feasibility Study
You must produce an API feasibility study report for the client described in the next section. The report should contain the following sections.
AMS 335/ECO 355 PROBLEM SET 1: Penalty Kicks, Meeting Up and Price Competition
Imagine a kicker and a goalie who confront each other in a penalty kick that will determine the outcome of a soccer game. The kicker can kick the ball left or right, while the goalie can choose to jump left or right
MSBA7021 Prescriptive Analytics Assignment 1: regression model, integer optimization and efficient frontier
La Quinta Motor Inns is a mid-sized hotel chain headquartered in San Antonio, Texas. They are looking to expand to more locations, and know that selecting good sites is crucial to a hotel chain’s success.
CHC5049 Database - Coursework 1: SQL and DTD
Due to the current epidemic, a well-known sporting goods store with several branches decided to sell products online to customers without ever interacting in person.
MATH3090 Computational Mathematics - Assignment 2- Euler methods and predator-prey model
Analyze the discretization error of improved Euler’s method in the context of our well-stirred coffee model, i.e., Newton’s cooling model. Denote the time step size as h = T/K.
ELEC4632 Computer Control Systems - Lab 3: Design a control system
In this lab, you are going to design a control system for your identified model of W-T system and simulate it using MATLAB and Simulink.
CS 4163/6523: Introduction to Database Systems - Homework 2
Use the FDs in Problem 1 to decompose the universal relation into 3NF and BCNF using algorithms 15.4 and 15.5 respectively.
MAT3300 Homework 4: Mathematical Modeling
With the presence of bid-ask spreads, is there any arbitrage opportunity by trading these options and the risk-free asset? If so, construct one such strategy.
6005-CEM Security - Coursework 1: Security Audit - Blackhat books
In this coursework you are required to perform a security audit of a computer system and write a report on the results of the audit. You will have access to a copy of the system, and the source code, you can find details on the learning platform.
CS425 Database Organization - Assignment 1: Relational Algebra
List the titles of all the books held by the bookstores in region ‘BS-IL’. (Hint: Books in inventory are considered as “held by the stores”)
CS425 Database Organization - Assignment 2: SQL
Write the SQL statements for all the five relations:Agent, Managers, Purchaser, Products, and Sales. Note: (1) An appropriate data type should be used for each attribute, and (2) All the foreign keys should be created.
CS425 Database Organization - Assignment 3: Modeling, ER and Normalization
Build a conceptional model for an Automobile company. The solution should be presented as an ER- diagram. Design your ER diagram with the following requirements.
STAT155 Game Theory - Homework 5: Selfish Routing, the Price of Anarchy, Over-Provisioning and Atomic Selfish Routing
Prove that if C is the set of nonnegative, nondecreasing, and concave cost functions, then α(C)=43 .
STAT155 Game Theory - Homework 4: Simple Near-Optimal Auctions, Multi-Parameter Mechanism, Spectrum Auctions and Stable Matching
Consider a combinatorial auction in which bidders can submit multiple bids under different names, unbeknownst to the mechanism.
CSE150 Introduciton to Computer Networks - Lab 1: Installing and Using Mininet
A walkthrough can be found on the Mininet page. In this lab you are expected to spend some time familiarizing yourself with Mininet.
COMP2400/6240 - Relational Databases Assignment 2: Enhanced Entity Relationship, Relational Algebra and SQL
Band-Aid is a booking agency that represents local Canberra bands by booking their shows nationally. The employees of Band-Aid are classified into two non-overlapping categories, agents and administrators.
COMP5416 Advanced Network Technologies - Assignment 2 (2022) : TCP, BER vs SNR, Network Policing, Queue and Erlang, Multi-thread Server and Viterbi Decoder
You are given the complete code for the client in Lab in Week 8. Your task is to write the TCP server. The client code is in client.py. You must not modify this code. (However, you are allowed to change ServerName and ServerPort). Only Python 3 is allowed.
MAED 5211 Classical and Modern Geometry - Homework 1: Incidence Geometry and Projective Geometry
Construct a model of incidence geometry containing 5 points, which is not affine, not hyperbolic, and not elliptic.
COMPSYS 705 Formal Methods For Engineers - Assigment 2: LTL and SMT Solver
Model Petersons mutual exclusion algorithm as described below in Promela. The basic idea behind Peterson’s n-process mutual exclusion algorithm is that each process passes through n−1 stages before entering the critical section
ACT 610 Mathematical Statistics - Homework 1: Probability and Distribution
Identify the following experimental designs. Are they (i) categorical, (ii) two-sample, (iii) k-sample, (iv) paired, or (v) randomized block
COMP7103 Data Mining - Assignment 1: Data Processing, Metric Axioms, Classification and Weka
Build a decision tree using entropy as the impurity measure and the pre-pruning criteria is the information gain < 0.1. Show your steps.
STATS 240: Design and Analysis of Surveys and Experiments - Assignment 4: ANOVA
An experiment was conducted to compare the effectiveness of five different diet preparations on weight gain. A random sample of 50 males was randomly divided into five equal groups, with preparation A assigned to the first group
CS 430 – Spring 2021 Introduction to Algorithms - Homework 6 - Graph Algorithms
Give an example of a weighted directed graph G with negative-weight edges, but no negative-weight cycle, such that Dijkstra’s algorithm incorrectly computes the shortest-path distances from some start vertex v.
CS 430 – Fall 2022 Introduction to Algorithms - Homework 2 - Max Heap
A student claims that a preorder traversal of a max-heap will list out its keys in sorted order. Draw a small example of a max-heap that proves him wrong.
COMP0143: Cryptocurrencies Coursework 2: Bitcoin Blockchain and Stablecoin
Consider an m-ary Merkle tree, i.e., a hash tree where every internal node has up to m ≥ 2 children, over a set of elements S = {t1, . . . , tn}. The hash value for any of these internal nodes is computed as the hash of the concatenation of all of its children.
COMP9121: Design of Networks and Distributed Systems - Assignment 1: CRC, ALOHA, CSMA and Routing
Suppose nodes A, B, C, D, and E are competing to have access to a shared channel using slotted ALOHA. Each node attempts to transmit in each slot with probability p independently.
Stat155 Game Theory - 2022 Fall - Homework 3: Algorithmic Mechanism Design and Revenue Maximizing
Continuing the previous exercise, restrict now to feasible sets X that contain only 0-1 vectors—that is, each bidder either wins or loses. We can identify each feasible outcome with a “feasible set” of bidders (the winners).
MAST30022 Decision Making - Assignment 3: Pareto order
For the Pareto order on A, use the Boolean matrix representation to find the Pareto-maximal and Pareto-minimal element sets Pmax(A) and Pmin(A), and the Pareto greatest and least elements (if any) of A.
EE555 Broadband Network Architectures - Project: Queues
You have a cyclic system with a web server serving N clients (N is an input parameter). Each client can be in two states. In the first state, the client is “preparing a request for service”.
Econ 104 Advanced Microeconomic Theory - Assignment 1: Choice Theory
The Associated Press constructs a weekly national ranking of the 25 best College Football Teams. This ranking is constructed by a survey completed by a “panel of 63 sports writers and broad- casters from around the country”, where each person submits their own ranking
Stat155 Game Theory - Homework 2: Auction, Allocation and Payment Rules
Suppose a subset S of the bidders in a second-price single-item auction decide to collude, meaning that they submit their bids in a coordinated way to maximize the sum of their utilities.
ETH Zu ̈rich Algorithmic Game Theory - Exercise Set 3: Nash equilibria and Congestion Game
In this exercise, we adapt the definition of Price of Anarchy for cost-minimization games, to games with positive utilities in the natural way.
INFR11020 Algorithmic Game Theory and Applications - Homework 2: Network Congestion Game, Pareto Optimal and VCG Mechanism
Recall that a Nash equilibrium in an extensive game is subgame perfect nash equilibrium (SPNE) if it is also a Nash equilibrium in every subgame of the original game
INFR11020 Algorithmic Game Theory and Applications - Homework 1: Nash equilibrium and Farkas Lemma
One variant of the Farkas Lemma says the following: Farkas Lemma A linear system of inequalities Ax ≤ b has a solution x if and only if there is no vector y satisfying y ≥ 0 and yT A = 0 (i.e., 0 in every coordinate) and such that yT b < 0.
CSCI 1440/2440 Introduction to Game Theory - Homework 8: EPIC Auctions
This problem concerns Japanese auctions, a variant of the classic English auction that poses demand queries rather than value queries, and that forbids bidders from re-entering after exiting (i.e., skipping even one round of bidding in) the auction.
CSCI 1440/2440 Introduction to Game Theory - Homework 7: Vickrey-Clarke-Groves Mechanism
Consider a single-good auction, and assume bidders’ values are drawn i.i.d. from a regular distribution F. Prove that the expected revenue of the Vickrey auction (second-price without a reserve) with n bidders,
CSCI 1440/2440 Introduction to Game Theory - Homework 6: Approximation Mechanisms
Recall the game that motivated the Prophet Inequality: Assume n independent random variables π with non-negative, continuous distributions Gi. The distributions Gi are known in advance, but the “prize” πi is not revealed until period i.
CSCI 1440/2440 Introduction to Game Theory - Homework 5: Posted-Price Mechanisms
Bids are collected. A reserve price is chosen by removing an arbitrary bidder j from the auction, and setting the reserve price to be j’s bid. The auctioneer then allocates the good to the bidder with the highest bid iff their bid is at least this reserve, and charges the winner, if any, the greater of the second-highest bid and the reserve price.
CSCI 1440/2440 Introduction to Game Theory - Homework 3: Myerson’s Lemma - Welfare Maximization
The key difference between optimization and mechanism design problems is that in mechanism design problems the constants (e.g., vi and wi) are not assumed to be known to the center / optimizer; on the contrary, they must be elicted, after which the optimization problem can then be solved as usual.
CSCI 1440/2440 Introduction to Game Theory - Homework 4: Myerson’s Theorem - Revenue Maximization
Recall the Bayesian (i.e., interim) formulation of the auction design problem from Homework 4. Since the interim constraints are weaker than the ex-post constraints presented in lecture, you might imagine that the welfare achieved by the welfare-maximizing auction in the interim case exceeds that of the ex-post case
CSCI 1440/2440 Introduction to Game Theory - Homework 2: Introduction to Auctions
Alice and Bob devise a plan to steal the jade monkey before the next full moon. They realize that it’s in a glove compartment, and decide to use a 3d-printed key to break in. However, Alice forgets to bring the key, so the pair gets caught and put into jail.
CSCI 1440/2440 Introduction to Game Theory - Homework 1: Nash equilibrium
In the game rock-paper-scissors, two players simultaneously se- lect one of three possible actions: rock, paper, or scissors. You might recall from your childhood, or The Simpsons, that rock beats scissors, scissors beats paper, and paper beats rock
Economics 482 Game Theory and Economics - Problem Set 3 : Nash equilibrium Pure Strategies
There is a town with 99 residents. The residents must decide individually and simultaneously whether to spend time lobbying the local government for better trash collection.
Economics 482 Game Theory and Economics - Problem Set 4 : Nash equilibrium
Consider the following Bertrand game between two firms, firm 1 and firm 2. As in the standard Bertrand game, each firm’s action is a choice of price (that is, some nonnegative real number).
Economics 482 Game Theory and Economics - Problem Set 1 : Rock-Paper-Scissors and Dominant Strategy
The game Rock-Paper-Scissors is popular in several countries around the world (some- times under a different name). It is a game for two players, in which the players take single actions simultaneously. Thus
COMP6207 Algorithmic Game Theory - Coursework 3: Gale-Shaply Algorithm and Stable Matching Problem
Suppose the preferences of men and women are given by the following tables, in which 1 is their most preferred partner and 5 is their least preferred partner. Find a stable matching using the Gale-Shapley algorithm with men making proposals.
Stat155 Game Theory - Homework 1: Incentive Problems, Nash equilibrium and Auctions
Suppose there are k identical copies of an item and n > k bidders. Suppose also that each bidder can receive at most one item. What is the analog of the second-price auction? Prove that your auction is DSIC.
EEET 5012 - Renewable and Distributed Power Generation - Practical 2 – Annual Energy Cost of a Grid-Connected Residential Home
The aim of this practical is to determine the energy/electricity cost of a residential household with and without Photovoltaic systems using Excel/MATLAB coding.
CS 2506 Computer Organization II DL01: A Simple Combinational Circuit
For this project, you will be using Logisim 2.7.1 to create a simple combinational circuit that plays a simple matching game. The circuit requires nothing but basic logic gates, input and output pins, wires, and two LED units.
INFO20003 Database Systems - Assignment 2: SQL - Melbourne Touch Rugby Database
The Melbourne Touch Rugby competition is a 6-player-a-side competition for men’s, women’s and mixed teams (a mixed team has a minimum of 3 women and maximum of 3 men on the field at any time).
FBKG-301001 Project: Correlation and Portfolio Design
We have learnt some knowledge of portfolio in week4. However, we choose the stocks randomly, which can make systematic risk higher because of the correlation between some stocks.
INFT 3043 Cloud and Concurrent Programming Assignment 1 : Nuber Personal Transportation Service
In this assignment you’ll be designing Nüber (pronounced Noob-er) as an Über1 clone to have a crowd-sourced, personal transportation service.
EEEN3015J Control Theory - Lab 1 - Task A: Cruise Control
Automatic cruise control is an excellent example of a feedback control system found in many modern vehicles. The purpose of the cruise control system is to maintain a constant vehicle speed despite external disturbances, such as changes in wind or road grade
CS 430 – Fall 2022 Introduction to Algorithms - Sorting Algorithm
Some sorting algorithms are NOT stable (duplicate keys relative order is preserved after sorting).
Computer Science 320SC – (2022) Assignment3: Congested Networks
Given a connected computer network (bidirectional communication) we want to find two different nodes u and v such that we can maximize the congestion between u and v with a continuously sent virus being sent between the pair. e define the congestion level as the maximum number of edge-disjoint paths between nodes u and v.
COMP5416: Advanced Network Technologies - Assignment 1: Equilibrium of Three Competing Transmissions
Consider the following scenario where three mobile phones are competing to use the same channel. Each user independently decides either to transmit or not. There are 8 situations, and each user’s utility in each situation is listed below
MATH3204 Numerical Linear Algebra &amp; Optimisation (S2-2022): Assignment 02
In this question, you will study one of the reasons why forming the matrix-inverse explicitly is so much frowned upon.
[2022] STOR566 Introduction to Deep Learning - Homework 1
Identify stationary points for f(x) = 2x1 + 12x2 + x21 − 3x2? Are they local minimum/maximum; global minimum/maximum or saddle points? Why?
CHC4013 Foundations of Computer Systems - Resit Essay : Design a Logic Circuit
In particular, you should hand in a report including the design of the simplified logic circuits, their truth tables, and a detailed description of the intermediate steps. The Logisim software can help you design and check your simplified circuits.
COMP6240 - Relational Databases - Assignment 1 (SQL)
You must submit one file: myqueries.sql for all the questions on Wattle before the due date. You can download the template files from the folder “Assignment 1 (SQL) for COMP6240” on Wattle.
201 AEE Embedded Microprocessors Group Project (EMGP): Design an intelligent Navigation Robotic vehicle
You will be using a PIC18F4550 microcontroller board or any assigned MCU development kit from the lab to control a Robotic vehicle consisting of two stepper motors that control the locomotion aspect of the vehicle via a Darlington driver
MATH3204 Numerical Linear Algebra & Optimisation (S2-2022): Assignment 01
Let Pn denote the space of polynomial of degree at most n with real coefficients. Find the matrix representation of the differential operato
COMP0143: Cryptocurrencies Coursework 1
Consider an m-ary Merkle tree, i.e., a hash tree where every internal node has up to m ≥ 2 children, over a set of elements S = {t1, . . . , tn}. The hash value for any of these internal nodes is computed as the hash of the concatenation of all of its children.
159.236 Embedded Programming Assignment 1: Design a basic Arithmetic/Logic Unit
Design a basic Arithmetic/Logic Unit (ALU) that operates on two 2-bit binary numbers a and b and generates a third 2-bit number s.
[2022] RME40002 Mechatronics Systems Design - Portfolio Tasks Description
The unit price of a product changes according to the number of units purchased, a 10% discount is applied when purchasing over 20 units. A customer could enter the number of units and original unit price in the command window.
SIT103/SIT772: Database Fundamentals 3.1P: Entity Relationship Diagram
Draw an Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD) of the proposed Barwon Health Prescription System based on Crow’s Foot notation using a professional drawing tool
EECS3101 Design and Analysis of Algorithms - Summer 2022 Assignment 4 Connected Graph and Spanning Tree
Prove that if all edge weights on a connected graph are unique/distinct, then there exists a unique/distinct minimum spanning tree.
[2022] COMP3121/9101 Algorithms and Programming Techniques - Assignment 3 Maximumm Flow
In this assignment we apply maximum flow. There are k people living in a city, whose n suburbs and m roads can be represented by an unweighted directed graph.
INFO3007 Network Security Practical 1, Spring 2022 - ARP cache poisoning
Shown in the figure below is part of a diagram used in Lecture 1, with regard to ARP Cache Poisoning. The main objective of this practical is to use a program to perform ARP cache poisoning attacks on the ARP cache of a target computer and indirectly via the default gateway.
PHARMACY BUSINESS ANALYTICS: CASE STUDY
Outline the approach and your rationale to evaluate each campaign in terms of its effectiveness and efficiency. competitive/comparative analysis, cost/profit analysis
[2022] COMP3331 Computer Networks and Applications - Lab Exercise 6: Throughput, IP Fragmentation and Routing
Set up a simulation in NS2 for TCP throughput measurement gain insights into routing dynamics and IP fragmentation
[2022] COMP3331 Computer Networks and Applications - Lab Exercise 2: HTTP Socket Programming
This lab comprises a number of exercises. Pl, note that not all the exercises for this lab are marked. You have to submit a report containing answers to selected exercises only.
[2022] COMP 3170 Assignment 4 - Skip List
Consider a skip list in which we build new towers with probability 5/6. More precisely, when adding an element to the skip list,
[2022] COMP 3170 Assignment 5 - NP-Complete
Consider a variant of the subset sum problem called the positive subset sum problem, in which all elements of the set S and the target k are all positive integers. You may assume without proof that the positive subset sum problem is NP-Complete
[2022] TCS3034 System Analysis and Design - Group Assignment - DVD Loan Management System
You are to prepare a summary of major functions, data description and description of process logic, these will typically provide sufficient information for you to produce logical and physical data flow diagrams (DFDs) of the system from context level to at least a level 0 and level 1 DFD using Gane and Sarson notation;
[2022] PGBM134 Finance and Project Management - Assignment Brief
Produce a report for the Board of Directors of Moore Electronics that evaluates the performance of the company across the two years within the areas of profitability, liquidity, and efficiency.
[2022] CMNS 453: ISSUES IN THE INFORMATION SOCIETY - Module 2 – Implications of Mobile Applications
Download and analyze a mobile application that deals with the internet of things (Siri, Alexa, Google Home, etc.) or social media and mobile youth cultures (Interland, Fortnite, Pokemon, TikTok, etc.). Write an 850-word critical paper.
BMED 2500 Homework2 - Analysis of discrete-time signals using MATLAB - Q5 Event Detection in ECG and PPG
This question is part of BMED 2500 Homework2 - Analysis of discrete-time signals using MATLAB
[2022] CSIE3310 Operating Systems - Machine Problem 4 - File System
In this MP, you will learn the fundamental knowledge of the file system by adding two features to xv6: large files and symbolic links. We strongly recommend you read Chapter 8 (file system) in xv6 hand book while you trace code. This gives you a quick overview of how xv6 implements its file system.
[2022] CSEE6180 Modeling and Performance Evaluation - Homework5 - Markov Chain
CSEE6180 Modeling and Performance Evaluation - Homework5, Columbia University
[2022] DATA7202 Statistical Methods for Data Science - Assignment2
Your report should be visually appealing and all questions should be answered in the order of their appearance. For programming questions, you should present your analysis of data using Python, Matlab, or R, as a short report, clearly answering the objectives and justifying the modeling
[2022] Hebrew - 67715 Introduction To Multiagent Systems - Assignment - Q1 Expert System
This question is part of the 67715 Introduction To Multiagent Systems assignment, Hebrew University
[2022] Hebrew - 67715 Introduction To Multiagent Systems - Assignment - Q2 Decision Network
This question is part of the 67715 Introduction To Multiagent Systems assignment, Hebrew University
[2022] Hebrew - 67715 Introduction To Multiagent Systems - Assignment - Q3 Biding Mechanism
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[2022] Hebrew - 67715 Introduction To Multiagent Systems - Assignment - Q4 Nash equilibrium
This question is part of the 67715 Introduction To Multiagent Systems assignment, Hebrew University
[2022] Queensland - CSSE6400 Software Architecture - Assessment - Capstone Project
Now, as the capstone project, you are required to propose a non-trivial software project, identify the primary quality attributes which would enable success of the project, design an architecture suitable for the aims of the project, deploy the architecture, utlising any techniques you have learnt in or out of the course, and evaluate and report on the success of the software project.
[2022] Queensland - CSSE6400 Software Architecture - Assessment - Case Study Presentation
In this assignment, you will be asked to demonstrate your ability to understand, communicate, and critique an architecture of an existing software project.
[2022] Queensland - CSSE6400 Software Architecture - Assessment - Project Proposal
Now, as the capstone project, you are required to propose a non-trivial software project, identify the primary quality attributes which would enable success of the project, design an architecture suitable for the aims of the project, deploy the architecture, utilising any techniques you have learnt in or out of the course, and evaluate and report on the success of the software project.
[2022] Queensland - CSSE6400 Software Architecture - Assessment - Documenting an Architecture
Now, as the capstone project, you are required to propose a non-trivial software project, identify the primary quality attributes which would enable success of the project, design an architecture suitable for the aims of the project, deploy the architecture, utilising any techniques you have learnt in or out of the course, and evaluate and report on the success of the software project.
[2022] Coventry - 5011CEM Big Data Programming Project
This assessment allows you to pull together these techniques in a realistic scenario to complete a big data analysis project. Below is a realistic project scenario. By using the techniques presented during class you are to carry out the project and write a final project report for your client.
[2022] AUT - COMP810 Data Warehousing and Big Data - Assessment 2 - Big Data Research Report
The objective of this assignment is to conduct preliminary research on big data using the techniques delivered in this paper.
[2020] ISYS3412 Practical Database Concepts - Assignment4 - Database Design Project
You are required to investigate and understand a publicly available dataset, design a conceptual model for storing the dataset in a relational database, apply normalisation techniques to improve the model, build the database according to your design and import the data into your database, and develop SQL queries in response to a set of requirements.
BMED 2500 Homework2 - Analysis of discrete-time signals using MATLAB - Q7 Time Frequency Representation
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BMED 2500 Homework2 - Analysis of discrete-time signals using MATLAB - Q6 EMG Signals
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BMED 2500 Homework2 - Analysis of discrete-time signals using MATLAB - Q3 Sampling Theorem
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BMED 2500 Homework2 - Analysis of discrete-time signals using MATLAB - Q4 Fourier transform
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BMED 2500 Homework2 - Analysis of discrete-time signals using MATLAB - Q2 Signal Generation
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BMED 2500 Homework2 - Analysis of discrete-time signals using MATLAB - Q1 Stem and Plot
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[2022]University of Queensland - ECON7350: Applied Econometrics for Macroeconomics and Finance - Research Report 2
Use the observed icu data for the period 08 March 2021—31 March 2021 to qualitatively evaluate and compare forecasts generated by the MEM(s) to the forecasts you generated in Research Report 1. What implications can be drawn from this analysis for further developing / refining icu forecasting methods?