Explain the parts of a computer and its purpose from a user’s view.

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Write a paper using at least 500 words to discuss all of the following:

  1. Explain the parts of a computer and its purpose from a user’s view.
  2. Give 2 or more examples of computers available to users both with an interface and without (embedded computers)
  3. In your own words, as a computer user, list and describe the main purposes of operating systems.
  4. List and describe in which ways parameters can be passed to the operating system.
  5. List at least 5 major activities of an operating system in regards to process control.

Discuss each item in its own paragraph. Your paper is to be double-spaced, default font set to 12 pts, 1-inch margin all around, and your name, date, and assignment information on top of the first page

 

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This project is due on January 19, 2021. You are required to follow the program template I provide and use stack to solve the problem. Please test the program

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This project is due on January 19, 2021. You are required to follow the program template I provide and use stack to solve the problem. Please test the program

 

 

Given a string s containing just the characters ‘(‘, ‘)’, ‘{‘, ‘}’, ‘[‘ and ‘]’, determine if the input string is valid.

 

An input string is valid if:

 

Open brackets must be closed by the same type of brackets.

Open brackets must be closed in the correct order.

 

Example 1:

 

Input: s = “()”

Output: true

 

Example 2:

 

Input: s = “()[]{}”

Output: true

There must be Comment code for the navigation bar coding and the main content on the homepage.

Description

Your website Your site has to meet the following requirements:
1) An appropriate and effective file directory structure.
2) Minimum of four web pages created using Notepad++
3) An appropriate filename for each web page.
4) An appropriate filename for each graphic.
5) First page is a Home Page and must have a suitable heading and an introduction to your website.
6) The overall site must have an effective Navigation structure that links all the pages.
7) There must be Comment code for the navigation bar coding and the main content on the homepage.
8) An anchor link on at least one page – (Hint: Back to Top or Top of Page)
9) Include at least one image for each page.
10) Include an external link to a relevant website that supports your topic.
11) Each page must contain a heading and some supporting body text.
12) You must include the following tags with the relevant information.

 

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With the availability of enormous numbers of remote sensing images produced by satellites and airborne sensors, high-resolution remote sensing image analyses

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With the availability of enormous numbers of remote sensing images produced by satellites and airborne sensors, high-resolution remote sensing image analyses have stimulated a flood of interest in the domain of remote sensing and computer vision (Toth and Jo´´zkow, ´ 2016), such as image classification or land cover mapping (Cheng et al., 2017; Gomez ´ et al., 2016; You and Dong, 2020; Zhao et al., 2016), image retrieval (Wang et al., 2016), and object detection (Cheng et al., 2014; Han et al., 2014), etc. The great potential offered by these platforms in terms of observation capability poses great challenges for semantic scene understanding (Bazi, 2019). For instance, as these data are obtained from different locations, at different times and even with different satellites or image semantic segmentation (Xia et al., 2015), or migrate the model of multi-label data training to other visual tasks (e.g., image object recognition) (Gong et al., 2019). Therefore, multi-label datasets now attract increasing attention in the remote sensing community owing to that they are not expensive but have a lot of research potential. For these reasons, multi-label annotation of an image is necessary to present more details of the image and improve the performance of scene understanding. In addition, the multi-label annotation of an image can produce potential correlations among the labels, such as “road” and “car” tend to occur synchronously in a remote sensing image, and “grass” and “water” often accompany “golf course”. This will provide a better understanding of scene images, which is impossible for single-label image scene understanding. Therefore, annotating images with multiple labels is a vital step for semantic scene understanding in remote sensing. What is more, previous studies have proven that traditional machine learning methods cannot adequately mine ground object scene information (Cordts et al., 2016; Jeong et al., 2019; Kendall et al., 2015; Zhu et al., 2019). Recently, deep learning approaches, as a popular technology, have shown the great potential of providing solutions to problems related to semantic s

Write a code that inputs a 2 dimensional array from user. Enter a search number. And Search the item in the array using binary search.

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Write a code that inputs a 2 dimensional array from user. Enter a search number. And Search the item in the array using binary search.

I need help with writing code for this program in C++.

I have tried but it doesn’t work right. Please correct me where I am doing wrong.

 

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Build a Rubric with at least 4 measurements and 4 levels of measurement that is used to determine the Business Analyst’s Performance on the project.

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This Assignment must be in Word format ONLY ***NO ZIP FILES*** There are 2 Task in this assignment please make them separate or label which one is which.

 

 

It can be for any type of project. Submit a software requirements specification on your project that includes the following:

TASK 1

Create a requirement classification schema document on the following:

Business requirements

Stakeholder requirements

Solution requirements

Function

Non-Functional

Transition requirements

Stakeholder analysis tool that includes the following:

List the stakeholders for your project,

Level of Importance

Level of Interest

Why they were included in the List

 

 

TASK 2-Using BABOK

 Submit an updated Stakeholder Analysis Tool that includes the following:

 List of stakeholders and their characteristics

 Roles and responsibilities of each stakeholder

 Collaboration expected from the stakeholder during the project

 Level of influence/importance on the project

 Interest on the project

 Level, consistency, and approach required to communicate with each stakeholder

 Change Request deliverable that includes the following:

 Process for proposing a change by all stakeholders

 Change Control Board

 Authority to approve a change

A registration page for account creation utilising appropriate form controls (you are not expected to process from content in this assignment).

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1. Home (index.html)

2. A registration page for account creation utilising appropriate form controls (you are not expected to process from content in this assignment).

3. A self-coded slideshow showcasing key products or deals.

4. A page generated from an XML file representing some data (devices details).

5. Report (report.html)

All of these pages must be fully responsive to screen size utilising a dynamic layout.

The overall design is up to you, but each page must contain the following at a minimum:

• a header which should contain an image and a title

• a header navigation bar containing navigation menu links,

• a footer containing some centred text your name and copyright information,

• a content page.

You are a farmer tasked with getting goats and wolves across a river for some reason.

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Project Description

You are a farmer tasked with getting goats and wolves across a river for some reason. If the wolves ever outnumber the goat on either side of the river, the wolves will overpower and eat the goat. You have a boat, which can only take one or two animals in it at a time, and must have at least one animal in it. How do you move all the animals from one side of the river to the other?

 

There were initially 3 goat and 3 wolves; here, your agent should be able to solve the problem for an arbitrary number of initial goat and wolves. You may assume that the initial state of the problem will follow those rules (e.g. we won’t give you more wolves than goat to start). However, not every initial state will be solvable; there may be combinations of goat and wolves that cannot be solved.

 

You will return a list of moves that will solve the problem, or an empty list if the problem is unsolvable based on the initial set of Goat and Wolves. You will also submit a brief report describing your approach.

 

Starter Code

Here is your starter code: mini-project1.zip. The starter code contains two files: SemanticNetsAgent.py and main.py. You will write your agent in SemanticNetsAgent.py. You may test your agent by running main.py. You may add more initial test cases in main.py for to ensure the program works on arbitrary number of goats and wolves.

 

In SemanticNetsAgent.py, your solve() method will have two parameters: the number of goat and the number of wolves. We would call your agent with your agent.solve(3, 3). You may assume that the initial state is valid (there will not be more Wolves than Goat in the initial state).

 

Returning Your Solution

Your solve() method should return a list of moves that will result in the successful solving of the problem. These are only the moves your agent ultimately selected to be performed, not the entire web of possible moves. Each item in the list should be a 2-tuple where each value is an integer representing the number of goat (the first integer) or wolves (the second integer) to be moved; we assume the moves are alternating. So, if your first move is (1, 1), that means you’re moving one goat and one wolf to the right. If your second move is (0, 1), that mea

You have just entered the mystical Gameland and you wish to earn some coins. There is a low paying beurotractic job you have been granted.

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Objective Give 

practice with reading and writing to standard input in C.

Give practice with loops and conditionals in C.

Story 

You have just entered the mystical Gameland and you wish to earn some coins. There is a low paying beurotractic job you have been granted. It’s fairly simple. You will take in someone’s name and generate a handle based on it. The rules for generating a handle are pretty simple.

1. Any letter that is not the first or last letter of a name is removed and

2. any spaces are removed as well. For example John Smith becomes JnSh. You have a lot of names to process, so you decided to write a program to do the work for you so you can do other things while the money comes in.

Problem 

Given a list of newline-separated names consisting of only upper and lower case letters and spaces, generate a handle for each using the given rules.

Input 

Input will begin with a line containing 1 integers, n (1 ≤ n ≤ 100,000), representing the number of names to process. The following n lines will each contain a single name to process. Each name will have at most 100,000 characters of which can be upper or lower case Latin letters or spaces.

Each name will have at least one non-space character.

 

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Scenario We would like you to simulate some vehicles on a 2D-plane. Since the real-world has a variety of different vehicles this needs to be reflected

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Scenario We would like you to simulate some vehicles on a 2D-plane. Since the real-world has a variety of different vehicles this needs to be reflected. Therefore, we want you to design a simple simulator that allows us to extend it for more vehicle types in the future.

The simulation should initially allow for 3 different vehicle types in the system that have a different set of parameters that change throughout the simulation

The different vehicles types are driving on a 2-dimensional plane that has the dimensions of 3000.0 m by 5000.0 m. The simulation time step length should be configurable but 100 ms is a good default value. At each time step, all vehicles should be updated.

The simulation should run until all vehicles have exited the simulation. At the beginning of the simulation, a user-specifiable number of agents should be created. Throughout the simulation time no more new agents should be created. The entire vehicle population should have a distribution of (85% private vehicles, 10% Taxies and 5% Buses).