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Please provide detailed answers to the following questions 1) What is software e

Please provide detailed answers to the following questions
1) What is software engineering? Chapter 1
2) What are the fundamental activities that are common to all software
processes? Chapter 1
3) List the 5 principles of agile methods. Chapter 3
4) What are user requirements and system requirements? Chapter 4
5) What is the most important advantage of a client-server architecture?
Chapter 6
6) What are the 5 key activities in an object-oriented design process?
Chapter 7
7) Briefly describe the idea of open-source development. Chapter 7

. Download some new app onto your mobile device that you’ve heard about (if you

. Download some new app onto your mobile device that you’ve heard about (if you do not have a mobile phone call me and we’ll come up with an alternative), and then you will
2. Write a 2-3 page  in MS-Word about SOME OF (but not ALL OF) these aspects from Chp 1-4 of the text, on this new app you downloaded:
Techno-fixation
Haptic Interface
Multi-Modality
Emotional Impact
Economical Impact
Safety-critical situations
Usability
User Experience
Interaction as Brand
Interaction as Package
technology acceptance
Innovation
Building on Past Success
Designing the Interaction
Platform Design
Prototyping
Include citations. .

Research the Internet and locate an article(s) that discusses factors to project

Research the Internet and locate an article(s) that discusses factors to project success or failure. Identify 2-3 factors and elaborate on them to your peers. Note don’t just copy and paste – synthesis into your own words.
Based on what you learned from the week introduction, PMI journal article, and other research, how would you define the main purpose of monitoring and controlling a project?
Article Link-
https://www.pmi.org/learning/library/role-project-control-system-measuring-success-8213#:~:text=Project%20controls%20are%20measurement%20systems,and%20establishing%20measures%20of%20success.
Text-
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Seventh Edition and The Standard for Project Management (RUSSIAN) 
ISBN: 9781628257007 
Authors: Project Management Institute Project Management Institute 
Publisher: Project Management Institute 
Publication Date: 2021-08-01

Using an example of your own, describe a project in terms that are common to mos

Using an example of your own, describe a project in terms that are common to most projects. Define the terms based on Kloppenborg text and then apply these to your example.
Discuss how a project could be successful in terms of some measures yet unsuccessful by others.
Compare and contrast project managers and functional managers.
Your post must be substantive and demonstrate insight gained from the course material. Postings must be in the student’s own words – do not provide quotes.
APA format required.
Text-
Title: Contemporary Project Management 
ISBN: 9781337406451 
Authors: Timothy Kloppenborg, Vittal S. Anantatmula, Kathryn Wells 
Publisher: Cengage Learning 
Publication Date: 2018-02-08 
Edition: 4th

I’m really struggling with this graph problem because the hard part is how to mo

I’m really struggling with this graph problem because the hard part is how to model the maze as a graph.
Please help me solve it in C++ or Python preferably with a known graph algorithm, the expected input and output of this graph problem will be explained below:
One of the attached images explains the graph problem and reads:
Our story so far: In Maze 7, Dastardly Dan had tried to sabotage Jumping Jim’s act by restringing all his trampolines. But Dan’s actions had the opposite effect. The audience was so delighted by Jim’s leaping about trying to reach the goal, that his act became the most popular of the circus. The circus owner decided to commission Dastardly Dan to create another, even harder maze for Jim to solve. Dan added more trampolines, restrung them, and painted large numbers on each to indicate how far Jim will move when he bounces off each trampoline. The painted numbers would allow the audience to study the maze and try to find a solution before Jim did. Dan also added a new rule that Jim had to follow. Certain of the numbers were painted in red and enclosed in circles. When Jim begins his act, he can move only vertically or horizontally through the maze of trampolines; he cannot move diagonally. However, if he lands on a red number in a circle, he must then start moving only diagonally, now he can’t move vertically or horizontally. Jim must continue moving diagonally until he again lands on a red number. He then switches back to moving only vertically or horizontally. And he switches each time he lands on a red number. Here’s an example to show how that works. Jim begins on the 4 at the northwest comer of the maze. From there he might move south four squares to the red 3. Now he must start moving diagonally. He might go three squares northeast to a 4. On the next move he would continue moving diagonally. He could move four squares southeast to a red I (i). That red number would cause him to switch back to moving only horizontally or vertically. Can you find a route that would let Jim land on the trampoline marked GOAL?
Please complete what the upload images request for the input and output of the program.

Topic: Compliance: Law and Ethics Content for the paper should have the followin

Topic: Compliance: Law and Ethics
Content for the paper should have the following at a minimum:
Introduction to the topic
A description of the each area of the topic
How each area provides security for an organization
What are the tools and methods used for each area
What are the challenges in providing security and describe problems that can occur in each area
A conclusion summarizing what you wrote
Assignment Format: APA format
Submission Format: MS Word
Length: 11 pages (not including cover & references pages)
Citations Required: minimum 10 citations (At least 3 Scholarly and 7 from other reliable sources)

Memory Game. A 4×4 and 6×6 memory game using “visuals” and “audio”. User will re

Memory Game. A 4×4 and 6×6 memory game using “visuals” and “audio”. User will remember the location visual and audio clues. In the audio mode, there is no graphic will be presented to the user. Audio files randomly are randomly scattered over grid, like visual mode. Player touches a cell and hear an audio, then memorize its location to find its pair. The game will have a countdown timer, and keeps best score permanently. Collection view API will be utilized. App has two levels of game, 4×4 and 6×6 grid. User selects game mode and game size. Audio/visual component is required, i.e., appropriate sound and appropriate  visual presentation. 

urgent Assignment Content ROI is one of the most common financial measuring tool

urgent
Assignment Content
ROI is one of the most common financial measuring tools. Being able to calculate the ROI or expected ROI allows us to make the best decisions about where to invest our funds for the most return on our investment over time.
Part 1
Using the numbers in Course Scenario: Phoenix Fine Electronics, which was provided in Week 1, calculate the estimated ROI for an ERP implementation.
Calculate the estimated productivity as a result of implementing ERP system.
Note: If you need help calculating ROI, review this week’s activity, Lynda.com: Content Marketing ROI by Honigman.
Part 2
Complete your business case to present to the management team of Phoenix Fine Electronics. Incorporate your analysis and instructor feedback from the previous week’s assignments. Include the following in your final business case:
Executive summary
High-level overall business needs and desired outcomes
Scope of project
Measurable values of new system
An explanation of the strategic alignment
Estimated ROI and productivity (from Part 1)
Final recommendation

Subject: ITS-836 – Data Science & Big Data Analytics Reading Resources:  Cappa,

Subject: ITS-836 – Data Science & Big Data Analytics
Reading Resources: 
Cappa, Oriani, R., Peruffo, E., & McCarthy, I. (2021). Big Data for Creating and Capturing Value in the Digitalized Environment: Unpacking the Effects of Volume, Variety, and Veracity on Firm Performance. The Journal of Product Innovation Management, 38(1), 49–67.
Maqueira-Marín, Bruque-Cámara, S., & Minguela-Rata, B. (2017). Environment determinants in business adoption of Cloud Computing. Industrial Management + Data Systems, 117(1), 228–246.
Psomakelis, Aisopos, F., Litke, A., Tserpes, K., Kardara, M., & Campo, P. M. (2016). Big IoT and social networking data for smart cities: Algorithmic improvements on Big Data Analysis in the context of RADICAL city applications.
Chan, Cheung, C. M. K., & Wong, R. Y. M. (2019).
Cyberbullying on Social Networking Sites: The Crime Opportunity and Affordance Perspectives. Journal of Management Information Systems, 36(2), 574–609.
Word count: 300+ words 
Discussion: Data analytics offers many benefits and challenges to organizations locally and globally. Find an organization with a data analytics use case.
– Please cite properly in APA 7· 
– At least one scholarly source should be used. · 
– Use proper citations and references in your post.
– Be clearly and well-written, concise, and logical, using excellent grammar and style techniques. You are being graded in part on the quality of your writing.  
Note: plagiarism check required, APA7 format, include References, within 8hrs

Choose ONLY ONE topic from the following topics for your presentation: NOTE: (To

Choose ONLY ONE topic from the following topics for your presentation:
NOTE: (Topics are drawn from your project work in order to minimize effort).
1. Current Security Threats     
2. Identify Vulnerabilities in IT Security   
3. Analyzing Malicious Windows Programs  
4. Analyzing Code Constructs in Malware
Please do an audio recording of your presentation with PowerPoint slides.
You may use Microsoft PowerPoint software to record your audio on each slide (video is not required). 
PowerPoint presentation guidelines:
Include title slide
Minimum and Maximum of 12 slides including title slide and bibliography. 
Notes are required for each slide except title slide.
Individual presentations should be timed to end in approximately 15 to 20 minutes.
Submission:
Powerpoint (PPT) (with audio recording) file should be submitted on Canvas by each individual in order to receive a grade for your presentation.
Rubric used for grading is posted on Canvas.