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Software Engineering Methodologies

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ITECH7410 Software Engineering Methodologies

Assignment 1 – State Transition Diagram
Overview
This assignment requires you to develop a state chart diagram for an Oral B Braun 5000 electric toothbrush. Starting from the user manual you should first analyze the functionality of the toothbrush and its interaction with the SmartGuide and then, using suitable software, produce a state transition diagram which covers both. Your state chart diagram will be demonstrated subjected to tests you have developed.
Timelines
Percentage Value of Task: 20%

Assessment Details
1)Read through the User Manual (O3764_14_LA.pdf) to familiarize yourself with the toothbrush and Smart Guide
2)List the functionality of the Oral B Braun 5000 electric toothbrush
3)List the functionality of the Oral B Braun 5000 Smart Guide
4)Choose suitable software to use in developing and demonstrating your state transition diagram e.g. MATLAB,Enterprise Architect or even Mathematica, Maple or similar software; explain your choices
5)De…

The Bank of England and its controversial approaches

In 1694, at the initiation of Scotsman William Paterson and with the approval of the new Dutch king of England, William III, a new joint-stock company, the Bank of England was formed. The nation's finances had no real system of money or credit. The Bank was formed to help finance the government's borrowing.  The Bank of England is the second oldest central bank in the world after the Swedish Riks bank, which was founded in 1668. The Bank of England is famous as the old lady of Thread needle Street, is the government's bank and the United Kingdom's central bank. It issues bank notes, controls the UK gold reserves and, since 1997, has set official interest rates. The Bank was initially established as a commercial operation but later also secured large government accounts, becoming the government's banker and debt manager.
Key defining moments in the development of the Bank:
Afterenduring the South Sea Bubble crash of the 1720s, it developed into "the lender of last res…

Research Proposal

Assessment Title
Research Proposal
Task Description
Overview:
This assignment requires you to follow a systematic approach in order to eventually develop a viable research proposal of high academic standards. The assignment must be developed via a randomly formed group. It comprises 80% of the total mark of this unit. You must achieve a minimum score of 50% of the available marks of this assignment task to pass this unit. The assignment consists of four deliverables or parts:
1.Part 2A, 10%: Oral presentations of the outline research proposal, due in week 8
2.Part 2B, 20%: Group interviews of draft research proposal, due in week 10
3.Part 2C, 40%: Final Research Proposal, due in week 12
4.Part 2D, 10%: Group Member Performance Evaluation, due in week 12
Group forming
Your tutor will form your group in week five. Each group will comprise 3-4 students and this range may vary depending on the number of students enroled in each class or setting. Each group member must enrol in their group online by…

COIT 20245 Assignment

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COIT 20245 Assignment 1 Assessment Task
You are to develop a Java console application using the Net Beans 8.2 IDE. The application is to calculate and classify MAP (Mean Arterial Pressure) for a randomized subset of individuals in a clinical trial. The number of individuals in the subset is not fixed, but will be in the range 5-10. MAP is determined from an individual’s blood pressure using the following formula:
MAP = 1.0/3.0 * SBP + 2.0/3.0 * DBP where ·MAP is the mean arterial pressure, ·SBP is the systolic blood pressure, and ·DBP is the diastolic blood pressure.
Normal blood pressure for a healthy adult is typically between 90 mmHg and 120 mmHg for systolic blood pressure and between 60 mmHg and 80 for diastolic blood pressure.The normal mean arterial pressure in healthy patients should be in the range of between 70 and 100 mmHg. For each person in the trial, you are to enter their identifier, together with their SBP (in mmHg) and DBP (in mmHg).SBP is always greater than DBP; if this is no…