HooT

Can you do this project soon

The project is an electronic application called HooT. A logo must be created

The project is a platform and an electronic application through which the best reservation price (hotels – flights) can be offered by conducting a direct auction at the best price through tourism companies and reservations anywhere in the world, and hotel and airline reservations can enter the competition by offering the best prices.

Working mechanisms of the platform:

  • Section for individuals (potential clients)
  • Section for companies (service providers)

The goal of the project:

Customers or travelers will get the best price if there is a desire to travel through this program and this program will solve the following problems:

Prices will be lower than competing websites

  • Save time and effort in searching continuously in case you want to travel for days and hours, as well as solving the problem of visiting tourism and travel companies and getting offers that may be inappropriate
  • Providing scope for small and medium tourism companies to collectively enter into competition with major companies and the client benefactor
  • Providing a discount rate that exceeds a minimum (2%) from any website and other application. The service is provided by the site administration under the agreement.

Website work steps

1. The traveler or the customer:

  • The customer creates an account on the site or application by registering through one of the following channels (Google – Facebook) or direct registration with his e-mail.
  • After registration, the customer makes an addition to the travel plan he wants, for example (room – hotel stars -name of Hotel – view – airlines – price – cities – budget – Person – times – days…etc)

Note: The offer is sent without specifying the name of the supplier, only if he makes a reservation, the data of the tourism company that made the reservation will be sent to the customer, the contact number and direct mail

But the customer’s request will be presented to him with all his requirements, choices and the right price appropriate for the customer

2. Companies and service providers:

The companies register on the site through the site management after signing the agreement between the two parties and agreeing to the terms of work on the site in addition to this after the necessary scrutiny from the site management and ensuring the health of the company and its data and the extent of benefit to our customers.

Companies receive customer requests through the following methods:

  • The e-mail in the event of a new customer request or in the event that the customer has obtained a new, better offer only, but without obtaining the reservation details, but only shows them the price that the customer obtained.
  • Providers can enter their own page that is opened by the site administration in order to choose the appropriate opportunities for them to present their offers and also follow up on their previous offers and submit new offers if possible
  • Advertisements on the site or offers from companies for the platform or the percentage of discounts offered on the site.
  • Purchases through the site at 1% of the total amount.

Sources of income:

Steps for making an auction on demand for a client:

  • Opening an electronic account on the platform through the individuals section and those wishing to register for travel
  • An email or message containing the best offers and best prices will be sent, within a maximum period of 24 hours, with the last auction price.
  • In the event of acceptance and the customer’s desire to book and pay, this is done through the system approved in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through the payment system (mada – Visa – MasterCard).
  • After payment, an email and a text message will be sent containing links to all reservation files, reservations, communication channels, and the person responsible for the customer’s reservation to communicate directly between them.
  • In the event of rejection, companies can submit new offers to the customer via e-mail.

Determine Criteria and Weighting for judging a design

EEE/CSE 120

Capstone Design Project

                                                    Name:__________________________

                                                    Instructor:_______________________

Class Time:_______________________

Date:________________________

Task C-1: Planning the Synchronous Sequential Machines

(5 pts)  Interview at least 3 stakeholder, but 3 is preferred.  Ask questions regarding the form, function, and features needed by potential customers for this design.  Make sure to capture what the customer prefers from this type of solution, as well as what environment the customer plans to use this design.  Summarize your findings here and document the names of who you interviewed.

(5 pts)  Please include a comment on why your automation adds value from multiple perspectives (technological, societal, financial, environmental, etc.). (What value does this add?  What is the type of customer for whom this is designed?  Where is this most needed?  What couldn’t you do before?)

(5 pts)  It is allowable to continue to ask questions of stakeholders throughout the design process (and is preferred of a conscientious engineer).  This can be done as you are designing, before you are designing if you need input and clarifications, or after you are done designing if you want feedback on improvements.  Summarize any changes to your understanding or design based on the feedback you received during your initial interviews or continual interviews?

Task C-2: Document the Synchronous Sequential Machines

Design #1:   (2 pts)  What assumptions did you make in the design of this machine?

(3 pts)  Create a state definition table here that describes in plain English what each state in your machine means and what binary values you have assigned to represent each state, inputs, and outputs.

(12 pts)  Show your state diagrams, state transition tables and your circuit planning work (Karnaugh maps/equations/MUX/DEC/etc.) used in your design process. (You can do this by hand if you wish, do not show the full circuit schematic here.)

(3 pts)  List your final design equations and required logic gates (including types of Flip Flops) needed to complete this circuit.

Design #2:  (2 pts)  What assumptions did you make in the design of this machine?

(3 pts)  Create a state definition table here that describes in plain English what each state in your machine means and what binary values you have assigned to represent each state.

(12 pts)  Show your state diagrams, state transition tables and your circuit planning work (Karnaugh maps/equations/MUX/DEC/etc.) used in your design process. (You can do this by hand if you wish, do not show the full circuit schematic here.)

(3 pts)  List your final design equations and required logic gates (including types of Flip Flops) needed to complete this circuit.

Task C-3: Determine Criteria and Weighting for Judging Your Designs

(5 pts)  Using the guidelines in the laboratory FAQ’s, list your 5 criteria and associated weights here used to help decide between the two design models (weights should add to 100%):

Criteria                                                                                                                                                                 Weight

Task C-4: Apply the Criteria to Pick the Best Design

(2 pts)  Describe how you applied each of the criteria and weighting system in the above task to pick the best design.  How did you choose these criteria (customer interviews, engineering preference)?

(3 pts)  Which design is better based on your criteria and weighting system and why?  Please explain how the winning design scored in each category and why (the winning design does not need to score the highest in every category, but it does need to score higher overall when applying the criteria weights).

Task C-5: Build and Simulate Winning Design in Digital

(15 pts)  Insert a copy of your chosen Digital Schematic here.  Please make sure that you have outputs or tunnels connected to each flip flop so that you can easily monitor your states.  Make sure that the logic and equations match the final equations presented in either Design 1 or Design 2.

Task C-6: Record a Video Demonstration of the Winning Design

(15 pts)  Record a video demonstration showing all positions being visited and all combinations of L and R being used in Digital.  For every clock cycle, explain the inputs, what current state you are in, and point out any outputs that should be noted.  Be sure to show what happens for different input combinations at each position. That is, your demonstration should be able to showcase all possible states and transitions required to get there.  If you include any asynchronous inputs, make sure to show those features as well.  Add a link to your video here:

Task C-7: Turn in Your Design

There are two items to submit. Turn in the zip file of your capstone project folder. Also turn in this template once it is filled out. There will be a deduction of 5 points if your template is only found inside the zip folder.

Capstone Design Project: Lab Report Grade Sheet

Name:

Grading CriteriaMax PointsPoints lost
Template  
Neatness, Clarity, and Concision5 
Description of Assigned Tasks, Work Performed & Outcomes Met  
Task C-1: Planning the Synchronous Sequential Machines15 
Task C-2: Document the Synchronous Sequential Machines40 
Task C-3: Determine Criteria and Weighting for Judging Your  Designs5 
Task C-4: Apply the Criteria to Pick the Best Design5 
Task C-5: Build and Simulate Winning Design in Digital15 
Task C-6: Record a Video Demonstration of the Winning Design15 
Self-Assessment Worksheet (The content of the self-assessment worksheet will not be graded.  Full credit is given for including the completed worksheet.)(2 extra points) 
 Points Lost 
Lab ScoreLate Lab 
 Lab Score 

Self-Assessment Worksheet

Put an ‘X’ in the table below indicating how strongly you agree or disagree that the outcomes of the assigned tasks were achieved.  Use ‘5’ to indicate that you ‘strongly agree’ and ‘1’ to indicate that you ‘strongly disagree’.  Use ‘NA’, Not Applicable, when the tasks you performed did not elicit this outcome.  Credit will be given for including this worksheet with your lab report.  However, your responses will not be graded, they are for your instructor’s information only. 

Table 1: Self-Assessment of Outcomes for the Capstone Design Project Lab.

After completing the assigned tasks and report I am able to:54321NA
Initiate a design process based on a value proposition and feedback from various stakeholders.      
Make assumptions to complete an incomplete functional specification.      
Use classical design techniques (i.e., state diagrams, state transition tables, and Karnaugh Maps), to design a synchronous sequential machine starting with a functional specification.      
Build, and debug a synchronous sequential machine.      
Develop reasonable engineering criteria for comparing different designs.      
Apply engineering criteria to select a ‘best’ design.      

Write below any suggestions you have for improving this laboratory exercise so that the stated learning outcomes are achieved.

Java Programme

Annual Report FY [Year]       
Business Computer Languages IT401
           Name: ###   CRN: ###   ID: ###          
Instructions:
You must submit two separate copies (one Word file and one PDF file) using the Assignment Template on Blackboard via the allocated folder. These files must not be in compressed format.It is your responsibility to check and make sure that you have uploaded both the correct files.Zero mark will be given if you try to bypass the SafeAssign (e.g. misspell words, remove spaces between words, hide characters, use different character sets, convert text into image or languages other than English or any kind of manipulation).Email submission will not be accepted.You are advised to make your work clear and well-presented. This includes filling your information on the cover page.You must use this template, failing which will result in zero mark.You MUST show all your work, and text must not be converted into an image, unless specified otherwise by the question.Late submission will result in ZERO mark.The work should be your own, copying from students or other resources will result in ZERO mark.Use Times New Roman font for all your answers.

1.5 Marks Learning Outcome(s): Develop a program based on specification using programming language elements including syntax, data types, conditional statement, control structures, procedures, arrays, objects and classes               Question One

Write a java program that:

  1. Create an abstract class named Shape that contains three integers length, breadth, radius and an empty method named printArea().
  2. Provide three classes named Rectangle, Triangle and Circle such that each one of the classes extends the class Shape.
  3.  Each one of the classes contains only the method printArea() that read the requested values and prints the area of the given shape.
  4. Provide a class Main that create a rectangle, a triangle and a cercle then print their respective areas. 

Note: you should Include the screenshot of the program output as a part of your answer. Otherwise, zero marks will be awarded.

2 Marks Learning Outcome(s): Develop a program based on specification using programming language elements including syntax, data types, conditional statement, control structures, procedures, arrays, objects and classes             Question Two

Create a class called Invoice that a hardware store might use to represent an invoice for an item sold at the store.

  1. An Invoice should include four information as instance variables: a part number (type String), a part description (type String), a quantity of the item being purchased (type int) and a price per item (double).
  2. Your class should have a constructor that initializes the four instance variables. Provide a set and a get method for each instance variable.
  3. In addition, provide a method named getInvoiceAmount that calculates the invoice amount (i.e., multiplies the quantity by the price per item), then returns the amount as a double value. If the quantity is not positive, it should be set to 0. If the price per item is not positive, it should be set to 0.0.
  4. Write a tester class named InvoiceTest that demonstrates class Invoice’s capabilities by creating two invoices then changing and printing their characteristics.

Note: you should Include the screenshot of the program output as a part of your answer. Otherwise, zero marks will be awarded.

1.5 Marks Learning Outcome(s): Explain the basic principles of programming, concept of language, and universal constructs of programming languages. Develop a program based on specification using programming language elements including syntax, data types, conditional statement, control structures, procedures, arrays, objects and           Question Three

Write a complete Java program that do the following:

  1. Read your student’s ID number, store it in an array named myStudentNO and print it.
  2. find the number of even and odd integers in myStudentNO array

Note: Your program output should look as shown belowNote: you should Include the screenshot of the program output as a part of your answer and you should enter your student id number. Otherwise zero marks will be awarded.

Java Programme

Java Programming — instructions say that 2 parallel arrays must be used for cabanas please

Code a complete solution to the following problem: in java

A Cabanas rental company wants you to design an application to keep track of their day-to-day rental process to a set of customers.

This application requires the use of parallel arrays (same tools and techniques used in class are required)

A given cabana is defined by the following attributes:

-Cabana Number: 3 digits

-Cabana Type: letters only: (possible DELUX or REGULAR code as ‘D’ and ‘R’ respectively))

-Maximum occupancy: 2 digits (all Delux type have a max occupancy of 4, all others a max of 10)

-Day Rental : real number (format: “####.##”)

-Availability: boolean (set to true if available or false if not)

-Days rented: max of 2 digits.

The Cabanas database is kept in two parallel arrays as follow:

Cabana ID : 101 , 102 , 103 , 104 , 105

Cabana type : D , R , R , D , R

Day rental rate : 54.95 , 25.75 , 39.99 , 95.85 , 40.75

Occupancy : 4 , 10 , 8 , 2 , 6

Availability : true , true , true , true , true

The customers’ database is kept in four parallel arrays as follow:

Customer ID: 100 elements

Customer first name: 100 elements

Customer last name: 100 elements

Cabana ID: 3 digits

Rental Balance: 100 elements

The declarations above create 100 elements for each of the attributes.

What to do?

a-In main(), declare an array for each of the attributes of a cabana.

b-call a method from main that load the data provided above for the cabanas into their respective arrays.

c- Also, in main(), declare all arrays for the customers (ID, first, last, balance). These are all empty when you start

1-Codea function that prompts the user with the following menu:

MENU

-1-Create a customer

-2-Process rental

-3-Search Customer

-4-Search for Cabana

-5-Search for a Rental

-6-Quit program

2-If user select ‘1’ from the MENU then call a function that prompt the user to enter the ID of a customer, first, last. Rental balance at this level is left out until ‘Rental process’.

ID’s must be 6 digits.

First and last must be alphabetical.

3-if user select ‘2’, then prompt the user to enter an ID, call a function that search for this ID, and if found, call a function that process rental. If ID does not exist, then notify user with a suitable message that he/she must create an account then display menu back again.

4-The function that processes rental will prompt the user to enter a Cabana ID, and then call a function that searches for this Cabana ID and if found, check if it is available, and if it is, then prompt user to enter how many persons (reject if above the max occupancy) then select how many days the cabana is needed .

5-When option ‘3’ is selected quit program.

6-Add the necessary routines that repeat program for different options in the menu.

Important! Declare all necessary variables in main()…you may need other variables (working variables) either in main only or within a specific function(s).

Extra credits:

-convert the whole program using Object Oriented Approach (must submit a different version in addition to the required version)

Discrete math question

MAT243 Fall2021
PAPERonInductionandStructuralInduction DUEWednesday,Dec1,2021,11:59PM-inCanvas
mandatory-countsas 5% oftheclassgrade
Writecompleteandcorrectproofs. Noneedtotype,but,ifyouprefer,youarecertainlyallowed todoso. Ifyoutypethepaper-youhavetousecorrectmathsymbols!

  1. Prove using Mathematical Induction that 42n+1 +52n+1 +62n+1 is divisible by 15, ∀n ≥0.
  2. Let a and b be two characters. Define, recursively, a set S of strings by: 1
     ∈ S (where  is the empty string) 2
    if x ∈ S, then xa ∈ S if x ∈ S, then bbx ∈ S, where xa and bbx represents concatenation of strings/characters. Prove, using structural induction, that∀x ∈ S,∃m,n integers, m,n ≥0, so that x = bb···b |{z}2 m times
    aa···a |{z} n times .
  3. Define, recursively, the set S: 1
    3∈ S 2
    if n ∈ S, then 4n +2∈ S if n ∈ S, then 3n2 −2∈ S Prove, using structural induction, that for∀n ∈ S,∃k ∈Z, k ≥0, so that n = 11k +3(i.e., n ≡3 (mod 11)

Compute the number of units that should be purchased of each of the raw materials in order to produce the budgeted units and comply with inventory policy. 

BUS 108 Project 2

Question1

A company had a budgeted production of 12000 units and actual production of 13200 units. Two types of raw material, P and Q are used in the manufacturing of the products. The budgeted raw material requirement of the company was expected to be 3 lbs. of Material P at a price of $ 0.25 per lbs. and 2 lbs. of Material Q at a price of $ 0.35 per lbs. for every unit produced. The company actually ended up using 42000 lbs. of P at an actual cost of $0.19 per lbs. and 25000 lbs. of Q at an actual cost of $0.38 per lbs. Calculate Direct Material Price and Usage Variance for material P and Q.

Question 2

The budget committee for Amacom Company, with the help of the district sales manager, projects sales of 80,000 units of its primary product next year. The budget committee and key executives have decided that finished goods inventory should be decreased from the 10,000 units expected at the end of the current year, to 7,000 units at the end of next year. Each unit of finished product requires three units of material MPS15 and six units of material NAV23. At the end of the current year, the inventory of material MPS15 is expected to be 10,000 units and material NAV23 is expected to be 20,000 units. The budget committee believes that these material inventories can be reduced by 80% during the coming year because of the newly installed supply chain system.

Required:(a) Calculate the number of units Amacom expects to produce during the next year.
(b) Compute the number of units that should be purchased of each of the raw materials in order to produce the budgeted units and comply with inventory policy. 

Question 3

St. Joseph Hospital has been hit with a number of complaints about its food service from patients, employees, and cafeteria customers.  These complaints, coupled with a very tight local labor market, have prompted the organization to contact Nationwide Institutional Food Service (NIFS) about the possibility of an outsourcing arrangement.

The hospital’s business office has provided the following information for food service for the year just ended: food costs, $890,000; labor, $85,000; variable overhead, $35,000; allocated fixed hospital overhead, $60,000; and cafeteria food sales, $80,000.

Conversations with NIFS personnel revealed the following information:

  • NIFS will charge St. Joseph Hospital $14 per day for each patient served.  Note: This figure has been “marked up” by NIFS to reflect the firm’s cost of operating the hospital cafeteria.
    • St. Joseph’s 250-bed facility operates throughout the year and typically has an average occupancy rate of 70%.
    • Labor is the primary driver for variable overhead.  If an outsourcing agreement is reached, hospital labor costs will drop by 90%.  NIFS plans to use St. Joseph facilities for meal preparation.
    • Cafeteria food sales are expected to increase by 15% because NIFS will offer an improved menu selection.

Should St. Joseph outsource its food-service operation to NIFS or keep it in-house?

Question 4

Cornell Corporation manufactures faucets.  Several weeks ago, the firm received a special-order inquiry from Yale, Inc.  Yale desires to market a faucet similar to Cornell’s model no. 55 and has offered to purchase 3,000 units. The following data are available:

  • Cost data for Cornell’s model no. 55 faucet: direct materials, $45; direct labor, $30 (2 hours at $15 per hour); and manufacturing overhead, $70 (2 hours at $35 per hour).
    • The normal selling price of model no. 55 is $180; however, Yale has offered Cornell only $115 because of the large quantity it is willing to purchase.
    • Yale requires a modification of the design that will allow a $4 reduction in direct-material cost.
    • Cornell’s production supervisor notes that the company will incur $8,700 in additional set-up costs and will have to purchase a $3,300 special device to manufacture these units.  The device will be discarded once the special order is completed.
    • Total manufacturing overhead costs are applied to production at the rate of $35 per labor hour.  This figure is based, in part, on budgeted yearly fixed overhead of $624,000 and planned production activity of 24,000 labor hours. 
    • Cornell will allocate $5,000 of existing fixed administrative costs to the order as “…part of the cost of doing business.”

Required:

Currently Cornell manufactures 18000 units of model no. 55 and has a total capacity of 22000 units. Should the order be accepted?

Calculating the optimal radius of your parachute

October Sky Project Lab 4: The Recovery System ______________________________________________________________
Theory: In this lab you will explore these elements of safe recovery. 1. Terminal velocity for safe landing 2. Relationship between drag, terminal velocity, and parachute diameter.
Construction: In this lab you will perform the next 3 steps to completing your rocket: 1. Reinforce fins and launch lug 2. Complete recovery system 3. Prime rockets __________________________________________________________________
Supplies 1. Sheets of light plastic (garbage bags work). 2. Twine 3. Scissors 4. White spray primer 5. Wood glue
1
Name: _____ Partner: _____
I. Calculating the optimal radius of your parachute
A. As we learned this semester, a falling object reaches terminal velocity when the drag force exactly balances its weight. Therefore the whole purpose of a parachute is to create a strong enough drag force such that the terminal velocity is low enough to safely land the object. Recall that the drag force is D = ½ ρv2CdA. When you have reached terminal velocity v becomes vd. Use newton’s second law to derive a formula for vd in terms of ρ, Cd, A, g, and m. (Hint: We did this in lecture)
B. Given that your parachute is a circle, use this fact to express your equation for vd in terms of r, the radius of the parachute.
C. To be sure that your rocket lands safely, it should not hit the ground any faster than vd = 2.5 m/s. Use this terminal velocity to solve for the minimum radius that your parachute will need to be in order to land your rocket safely. Use the values for Cd, air density, and mass that you used in the previous lab report or look them up online.
2
Name: _____ Partner: _____
II. Rocket Construction
A. Fin and launch lug reinforcement.

  1. By far the most vulnerable parts of your rocket are the fin connections and the launch lugs. Using the glue nozzle, put a drop of glue on the top edge of both sides of each fin and then use your finger to swipe a nice smooth layer on the seam in order to reinforce it.
    B. Recovery system construction.
  2. Using your calculations for part 1 cut out a parachute that will safely land your rockets.
  3. Cut 6 18” strings that are attached (evenly spaced) around the parachute and then tie them altogether to the nose cone.
    C. Priming
  4. The rocket’s paint coat is more brilliant and sticks better when there is a layer of white primer beneath it.
  5. There are three ways to totally mess up your paint job when it comes to spray paint. a) Holding the nozzle down for too long. (If you do this, paint accumulates in one place and you get drips down the side of the rocket.) b) Holding the nozzle too close to the rocket. (Same thing, drips). c) Keeping the spray stream in the same place for too long. (You guessed it, more drips).
  6. You can avoid this by: a) Spraying in short 1s bursts. b) Always keeping the nozzle a minimum of 1 foot away from the rocket. c) Always move the nozzle as you paint.
  7. Continue until there is one complete opaque white coat over the rocket and nose cone.
    Post Lab Questions:
    3
    Name: _____ Partner: _____
  8. Assuming the rocket reaches terminal velocity almost instantly when the parachute is deployed, how long should it take your rocket to careen to the ground?
  9. There are currently over a dozen non-military uses for rockets today. These include space tourism, asteroid mining, transporting astronauts to the space station, space exploration, and launching satellites and probes. Pick any three of these (or others that you know of) and write a paragraph describing the

Impact of precarious work employment on women, health and safety of workers, as well as the union

Read the Journal Article on Precarious Work Undermines Decent Work (attached). Then, answer the following questions:1. Describe precarious employment.2. What are the drivers of precarious employment in the hotel industry ?2. Explain the precarious work practices in the hotel industry.4. What are the impact of precarious work employment on women, health and safety of workers, as well as the union ?Support answers, cite form the article attached and other reference materials.

Student and Personnel sections

Choose a school district and review the Student and Personnel sections in the district’s policy manual.Write a 525- to 700-word paper in which you do the following:Introduce the school district you chose and why you chose it. Include the district’s mission, vision, and goals. Explain whether or not they align to your educational philosophy.Select and summarize 2 important policies that are covered in the student section. Discuss why you selected these policies and what makes them so important.Select and summarize 2 important policies that are covered in the staff or personnel section. Discuss why you selected these policies and what makes them so important.For each policy you selected, reflect on the year it was written and any federal or state laws that are referenced or connected to the policy. Include a reference page with a link to the district policy manual.

Theorized historical causes of mental illness and associated treatments

George Bernard Shaw

Research Paper

As we have discussed, the way in which one conceptualizes the cause of mental illness necessarily dictates the form of the intervention. If the prevailing world view is that mental illness is caused by malevolent spirits rattling around in a person’s skull, sharpen up your stones and prepare for the trepanning. If everyone knows that mental illness is at root caused by bad blood, schedule an appointment with the town Barber and his friendly leeches. If you are diagnosed by a psychiatrist in the twenty-first century with unipolar-depression, you are likely to find yourself talking to your pharmacist about the possible side effects of drugs designed to increase your levels of serotonin and nor-epinephrine.

Your assignment for this paper is to choose a disorder from the DSM5 and research the theorized historical causes and associated treatments culminating with the most modern understanding of the causal mechanisms of the disorder and associated treatment approaches. Utilize the relevant major theoretical schools of thought in the field of Psychology and Psychiatry, making use of both psychogenic and somatic causal explanations and treatment approaches where appropriate.

The paper is to be 6-7 pages in length and follow APA standards. Please provide at least two references other than our textbook or the DSM 5. The paper is due on the day of the final.