COMP3477 Algorithmic Game theory - Summative Assignment: Nash Equilibrium, Strategies and Payoffs

Exercise 1. A set Nof|N|=nneighbours decide simultaneously and independently from each other, on hand whether to build an extension to their home without getting proper planning permission, and on the other hand which of their neighbours to notify the local authority’s planning department about

ELEC5511 Optical Communication Systems - Assignment 3: Optical Communication System Design

This problem is concerned with the design of an optical communication system to meet specified system requirements for a terrestrial link.

Introduction to Computer Systems - Bitwise Boolean Arithmetic Operators

In class and in Data Lab, you will learn and interact a lot with the bitwise Boolean arithmetic operators provided by C, &amp; | ^ ~, as well as some useful tools for manipulating Boolean formulas, such as De Morgan’s Laws.

CS 536: Science of Programming - HW 2: Expressions, States Satisfaction, State Updates

Let b be a two-dimensional array. Is the expression b[ 0 ] + b[ 2 ] [ 3 ] legal or illegal according to the syntax we're using. If illegal, why? If legal, what is the type of the resulting expression?

CS 536: Science of Programming - HW 6: Substitution // Forward Assignment, sp

For Problems 1 – 4, Let p ≡ x – y < f ( a ) ∨ ∀ x . x ≥ a * y → ∃ y . f ( x – y ) > a + y * z and calculate the sub- stitutions below. Show some detail if you want partial credit for a wrong answer. Just do the syn- tactic calculations. Don't do any arithmetic or logical simplifications.

CS 536: Science of Programming - HW 4: Sequential Nondeterminism // Hoare Triples 1 & 2

First, let's work on what what a typical loop iteration does over an arbitrary state σ={x=β,y=δ}. Assume β≥2 and calculate the two states we can be in after a single iter- ationoftheloop. I.e.,whataretheτ where〈DO,σ〉→3〈DO,τ〉?

CS 536: Science of Programming - HW 1: Propositional & Predicate Logic

Perform various syntactic operations and checks on propositions and predicates. Describe the difference between syntactic and semantic equivalence.

CS 536: Science of Programming - HW 3: Syntax, Operational Semantics, Denotational Semantics, Runtime Errors

Translate the program below into our programming language. a. m=x=0;y=1;while(m++<n){y=++x;y*=x;};m=m*m b. m=n;p=y=1;while(––m<n){p=p*(y++);}

CS 4163/6523: Introduction to Database Systems - Project 1: Using SQL to create, populate, and query a database

You will use a MySQL DBMS, installed on our university server, to create, populate and query a relational database.

COMPSCI 351 : Fundamentals of Database Systems S1 C – Lab 01: Three-Schema Architecture, DDL and SQL

What are the advantages of using a database solution as compared to the traditional file storage mechanism? What is the role of DBMS to a database system?

Mini-Project 2: Network Address Identification, Network Summary, Interesting Security Findings, Identifying External Shadow IT

The goal of this project is to learn how to perform an audit on a network with the intention to discover interesting characteristics and phenomena.

COMP8410 Data Mining - Essay on the ethics and social impact of a data mining project

You are to write a well-researched essay that critically evaluates the ethics and social impact of a data mining project.

COMP6741: Algorithms for Intractable Problems - Assignment 2: Nonblocker

This assignment is an individual assignment. For the solutions to this assignment, you may rely on all theorems, lemmas, and results from the lecture notes.

COMPSCI 351 : Fundamentals of Database Systems S1 C - Lab 02: MySQL DBMS

In this question, we use a programming interface to directly access the created databases of the MySQL DBMS.

Computer Science 350 Automata and Formal Languages Assignment 1: Automata

Automata and Formal Languages

COMP9334 Capacity Planning of Computer Systems and Networks - Assignment: CPU Throughput, Markov Chain, Database

Assuming that you are the administrator of an interactive computer system. The computer system consists of a multi-core CPU and a disk. During an observation time of 1800 seconds, you obtained the following measurements from the system

EECS116/CS122A Introduction to Data Management - Homework 7 - MySQL

In this homework, we are going to create a database and tables using MySQL, and import the data into tables.

Assignment #04: Building Custom Application AMI using Packer

Use Amazon Linux 2 as your source image to create a custom AMI using Packer.

Assignment #05 Infrastructure as Code w/Terraform

In this assignment, you will update the Terraform template for the application stack to add the following resources

Assignment 2: Part 1. SQL - Chinook Database

Write an SQL query that returns all the Genres' names and the number of associated tracks (ie. count up the tracks for each Genre). Name the column that contains the count of genre tracks NumGenre. Order the results highest to lowest by NumGenre

COMP3310 Computer Networks - Assignment 1- The Last Mile

This assignment is to develop a (short) technical report that deals with a variety of network design aspects relating to building a last-mile network, with the last section making a specific design recommendation for a semi-fictitious rural setting.

IT Assignment: Income data analysis for a Sino-foreign company

If you are given 10000 RMB to do a budget plan on buying some software and hardware for the server in the computer lab, please do some investigations and work out a detailed solution.

COMM048 Information and Network Security - Coursework

Make use of two virtual machines one of which plays the role of the target server and the other one the role of the attacker. Use scapy to craft a TCP SYN packet and let the attacker send it to the target server.

EventLite: From requirements to mock-ups

We are going to build EventLite, a web application to create, list, search and manage events that are going on in Manchester.

COMP2123 Data Structures and Algorithms - Assignment 1 s1 2023

We want to build a stack for elements having a colour attribute (e.g., blue, red, orange, etc). We say that a bunch of consecutive positions in the array for a monochromatic stretch if all the elements stored in those positions have the same colour.

CPSC 418 Homework 3: Bitonic sequences, Oddly Bitonic, Work-Span and Dynamic Programming, Bisection Width

In class, we presented the bitonic sorting algorithm, and made the simplifying assumption that N , the number of values to sort was a power of two. What if N is some other integer?

COMP3910 – Combinatorial Optimisation - Coursework 2: Modelling Strong Formulations

Present an ILP, without explaining how it is derived. If the model uses some numbers which are calculated based on the problem input, then present the formulae (no need to explain).

At-Home Activity 4: Joining Spatial Data using QGIS

It is sometimes necessary to combine data from different tables into one, for mapping, analysis or querying. In standard databases, this is called a join, and involves specifying a column in a table that the two tables to be joined have in common. In this activity, you will use QGIS to do attribute joins as for a standard database, and you will also do spatial joins.

Assignment 1: Kaggle and the Catalogue of US Cybersecurity Breaches

Kaggle is a remarkable web-based, data science resource which contains a a huge number of different data sets and tutorials on tools. (Highly recommended.) One particular data set is the Catalogue of Cyber Security Breaches

FIT3175 2023 S1 Assessment 2 Brief: Storyboarding

Designing and developing an application or website can be costly in terms of time and money. To avoid wasting a lot of these resources on a final product that does not meet the user’s needs or has usability problems, it is worth creating storyboards and low-fidelity prototypes

MA1608 Midterm Assignment

An isosceles triangle ABC with the base BCis inscribed into a downward parabola. The vertex A coincides with the parabola vertex, and the vertices BandCare located at the opposite branches of the parabola

351/751 Database Systems Lab 07: Transactions, Deadlocks and Crash Recovery

Transactions, Phenomena. Say for each of the following schedules: does the schedule contain phenomena or any other violation of the locking rules of the common scheduler?

Theories of Computation: Summative Assignment 3: CLIQUE problem and polynomial bounds

An undirected graph G consists of vertices and edges, and its sizeis the number of vertices. For example, here are two undirected graphs of size 4. A clique in G is a set of vertices with any two distinct vertices appearing in the list are related by an edge.

Full Stack Application Development and Software Workshop 2 - Assignment 3: Fantasy base building game

For this Assignment you will be designing and developing a Database for a fantasy base building game. One example of such a game is Townsmen. For this Assignment you do not need to worry about implementing the game at all, we are just focusing on the database.

Lab 3: Reasoning with Bayesian networks

Lisa is given a fair coin C1and asked to flip it eight times in a row. Lisa also has a biased coin C2with a probability .7 of landing heads. All we know is that Lisa flipped the fair coin initially (the first flip), then she intends to switch to the biased coin, and that she tends to be 40% successful in performing the switch (per attempt).

EEE229 Electrical Energy and Conversion - Coursework: A three-phase induction machine

A three -phase induction machine is designed to operate at a near constant speed for the compressor of an environmental control system of an aircraft. The power system to which it is connected is a standard 400Hz, 115 Vrms (phase voltage) sinusoidal AC supply.

EEE112 Integrated Electronics and Design - NMOS IC Design Project

This project aims to provide students with an experience of designing a simple integrated circuit at the silicon layout level, as well as offering an insight into the manufacturing process flow.

Database Systems Lab 9: B+ Tree and SQL

Theory Consider the following B+-tree on a relation R. Each block can hold up to 3tuples of R; alternatively, each block can hold a combination of up to 4keys of Rand 5pointers.

FIT9132 Introduction to Databases - Assignment 2A: Creating, Populating and Manipulating Database - TimeShare Australia

Your task for this assignment is to create, populate and manipulate a database which can be used to support the activities of a holiday timeshare system - TimeShare Australia. If you are unfamiliar with time sharing, this link will provide some background.

CSE 140 Components and Design Techniques for Digital Systems - HW6: Finite State Machine (FSM)

Professor Rick decides to continue his journey by visiting Grinnell Glacier at Glacier National Park. He will be going on a journey around the park for a couple of weeks to explore the beauty of the great outdoors. On his way there, he has been tinkering with his trusty computer, trying to build finite state machines that can recognize different patterns.

Network Design and Modeling - Lab II: Travaux Pratiques : Simulations ns2

In this second part of the Lab, you will study some performance metrics of the previous implemented network with multi-
routes by running simulations and also by modeling.

Network Design and Modeling - Lab II: NS2 Simulation - A network with multi-routes and losses

In this second Lab, you will study a simple network with multi-routes. You will use the manual routing in order to
simulate a model of the studied network.

ECON6008 International Money and Finance - Quantitative Group Project: New-Keynesian small open- economy (SOE) model

The model you will analyze is a simplied version of the New-Keynesian small open- economy (SOE) model in Justiniano and Preston (2010), which in turn is based on the model in Monacelli (2005) and Gali and Monacelli (2005).

520.666 Information Extraction from Speech and Text Homework # 4: Alternative strategies for smoothing a bigram language model

This homework considers alternative strategies for smoothing a bigram language model by directly modifying the counts observed in the training data.

Introduction to Computer Systems - Floating Point Format

Describe the tradeoffs between the FP16 and BFLOAT16 formats, i.e. for the ranges (largest and smallest positive values) and step size (distance between neighboring numbers). No need to calculate anything, just a qualitative explanation using the specs of each format.

Introduction to Computer Systems - Sign-and-magnitude Representation

Before the two’s-complement representation of signed binary numbers was invented, some computers used sign-and-magnitude representation. In this representation, the most significant bit is only the sign of the number (0 for positive, 1 for negative); it has no place value. The remaining bits are interpreted as an unsigned number. For instance, the four-bit number 1011 in sign-and-magnitude represents -3, and 0101 represents 5.

[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.

[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;

42904 CLOUD COMPUTING AND SOFTWARE AS A SERVICE - Amazon Web Services Architecture for start-up company

Hertz-UTS is an online car rental company in the beginning stage, which use LAMP(Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP) as environment to establish their product. Due to the limitation of resource, they want to choose a cost-effective method to architect their system.

UCD COMP3009J – Information Retrieval Final Assessment - System Design

University College Dublin COMP3009J – Information Retrieval Final Assessment

[2022] UCI - BANA 295: Big Data Management Systems-Assignment 4 - MapReduce

This question is part of BANA 295: Big Data Management Systems-Assignment 4 (University of California Irvine)

[2022] UCI - BANA 295: Big Data Management Systems-Assignment 4 - Strict Consistency

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[2022] UCI - BANA 295: Big Data Management Systems-Assignment 4 - Cassandra Partitions

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[2022] UCI - BANA 295: Big Data Management Systems-Assignment 4 - Cassandra SQL

UM-SJTU VG101 22SU - Determines the last series of sequence in a vector

Write a program that takes a number n from the command line, and print a vector on the screen in the form of 1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4, ... , where n determines the length and values of the last series of sequence in the vector.

UM-SJTU VG101 22SU - Homework2 - Find Out Outlier Robot

Now assume that a user, called Charlie, programmed the robot teams to survey the area following a direct line. Given the location report from the leader robot at the time t , find out the outlier robot, represented by its index.

UM-SJTU VG101 22SU - Homework2 - Leap Year Calendar

Write a primary function generateCalendar that takes two arguments, representing the month and year, and output the monthly calendar of the specified month and year in the following format.

UM-SJTU VG101 22SU - Homework2 - Number Translator

Write a script to read the number (input argument, less than 999,999,999) into words, e.g. 452 should be read as "four hundred and fifty two".

UM-SJTU VG101 22SU - Homework2 - Smith Number

Write a function isSmithNum which takes one real number from the users and return true if the input is a Smith number in base ten. Otherwise, return false.

UM-SJTU VG101 22SU - Homework2 - Caesar Cipher

Write a function caesarCipher which takes a cryptographic key n and a message in character strings from the user and output the corresponding encrypted text according to the ASCII code.

UM-SJTU VG101 22SU - Homework2 - Most Repeated Numbers

Write a function, named mostRepeated , that take a vector as input arguments, and output the number(s) that is/are repeated consecutively most often.

[2022]Deakin - SIT323 Practical Software Development - Assessment Task 2

You need to create software to help determine a set of allocations such that each allocation specifies which tasks are allocated to run on a particular processor. These allocations are based on data from within a configuration file.

[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?

BMED 2500 Homework2 - Analysis of discrete-time signals using MATLAB - Q1 Stem and Plot

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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 - 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 - Q5 Event Detection in ECG and PPG

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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 - Q7 Time Frequency Representation

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[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.

[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.

[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] 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] 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 - 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] 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

This question is part of the 67715 Introduction To Multiagent Systems assignment, Hebrew University

[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] 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] CSEE6180 Modeling and Performance Evaluation - Homework5 - Markov Chain

CSEE6180 Modeling and Performance Evaluation - Homework5, Columbia University

[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] 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] 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.

[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] 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] 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] 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

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

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.

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.

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

[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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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