Monthly Archives: September 2017

Computer Science and Computer Engineering treats:621437

Question:

(So you may ask: why do we have the constructor in class Recipe? This will be left for you to figure out.) The second class, RecipeDSC, is the data source controller. The Data Source Controller (DSC) is the class that handles all of the add/remove/update operations between your running program and the database. A skeleton of this class is provided. The third and the fourth classes, RecipeSystem and RecipeStageMaker, provide the graphical user interface for the users to interact with the system. These classes are to be implemented in JavaFX. A skeleton for each of these classes is provided. An SQL script is provided to create the tables, and seeds the database with some sample data Task 1 Implement the RecipeDSC class, with • The ability to get the username and password from the user (i.e., not hard coded). • Be able to connect to the database and retrieve and display the sample data. A skeleton of the class is provided, which indicates the methods that you are required to implement. Task 2 Implement the RecipeMain class. When the system is started, a screen similar to the one shown in Figure 1 is displayed. Searching. At the top of the screen, we can enter text that is used for searching. If we check “Any Field”, the table view displays recipes that have any field containing the search string (this constitutes a “match”). If we check “Ingredients” button, the table view displays recipes that have the ingredients containing the search string. And if we check “Recipe Name” button, the table view displays items that have the name containing the search string. Table View. The table view displays the recipes in the collection, one recipe per row. The table view does not display the steps of the recipes, or the quantities of each ingredient. The steps will be displayed when the user select a recipe and clicks the “View/Update Selected Recipe” button. The ingredients field is displayed in the text-wrap mode. An example of the ingredients is shown below: ALMOND MILK, QUINOA, BANANA, RASPBEERRIES The string shows four ingredients. The names of the ingredients are in capital. The ingredients are separated by commas. Buttons for all key functionality . This is the “View/Update Selected Recipe” button, “Add New Recipe” button, and “Delete Selected Recipe” Button. Task 3 Implement the RecipeStageMaker class and link it to the three buttons on the primary screen. “View/Update Selected Recipe” button. When we click on the “View/Update Selected Recipe” button, the program calls method showViewRecipeStage of the RecipeStageMaker class, which should display a screen similar to the one shown in Figure 2. The program should display this screen some distance to the right and below that of the main screen. The stage displays all the details of the selected recipe for the user to view. The user can also update the details of the displayed recipe. To do so, the user changes the details displayed in the text fields and text area, except the id. The user can choose to update the recipe (by clicking on the “UPDATE Recipe” button, or cancel the operation (by clicking on the “EXIT/CANCEL” button).

Answer:

/**

* Created by krogers on 18/08/2017.

*/

public class Ingredient {

private int ID;

private String name;

private double quantity;

private String unitsAndStyle;

private boolean deleted = false;

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Interpretations of Greek and Roman Myths:563153

Question:

Discuss about the Interpretations of Greek and Roman myths.

Answer:

Introduction

The genesis of European civilization is grounded on the interaction or the conflict of two civilizations; Greek and Roman civilization of the Southern Europe and the German or Scandinavian hordes of the North. In the beginning, the clash was between two pagan societies, cultures and civilizations but later (Blundell 2016). However, the Southern Europe embraced Christianity (Predominantly a monotheistic religion) the conflict remained potent until the very end of the the first millennium. Nevertheless, the role of Greek and Roman literature, science and thought was solely prominent in the Renaissance of Europe in the fourteenth to sixteenth century. The classical texts were very influential in the modern universities of Europe including Oxford, Cambridge, Vienna, Wurzburg and many others. The Theo-centric worldview of the medieval period was challenged by the classical anti-thesis of Anthropocentrism. The Renaissance man was an overreacher, ‘he’ wanted to read and learn more, he wanted to know more, he wanted discover and invent, he wanted to become god. The classical myths played a significant role to shape up the minds of the great thinkers like Christopher Marlowe, John Lily and William Shakespeare. “Knowledge became power” and the mythical gods became the ideal characters to emulate and imitate.  Shakespeare’s deliberate use of Theseus and Cupid in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” followed by the re-interpretation of the myth of Prometheus in Shelley’s “Prometheus Unbound” and Albert Camus’ idealizing Sisyphus as the epitome of absurd(Anand 2015). European writers can be broadly classified into two different types, some of them idealize the Christian myths and Biblical stories; the other type follow classical myths. Over the period of time their came people who intermingled both and criticized one of them; one such example is Ted Hughes, whose criticism of Christianity has been the highlight of English literature in the second half of the twentieth century.

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Relationship Counseling: 590796

Question:

In order to effectively support individuals, couples & families in a therapeutic context,
one must first adopt a Social Constructionist worldview.”
Discuss this statement drawing on the literature relating to both Social Constructionism & approaches
to couple & family counselling.
a)Define and explain Social Constructionism
b)Select & analyse various couple & family counselling approaches
from the perspective of principles & ideas of Social Constructionism
c)Demonstrate the ability to research the literature & familiarity with key texts relating to these
areas.
Extra marks will be given for references outside set texts, which indicate wider research.

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Ethics and Professional Practice:590856

Question:

WEL202A – AB2, Essay Page 2 Assessment Description: The key moral principles are respect for autonomy, non‐maleficence, beneficence and justice. In this essay please discuss the importance of complying with ethical framework in p rofessional practice. Your essay should answer the following questions: 1. What is informed consent? 2. How would you check to see whether you had informed consent? 3. What are the limits of confidentiality when working with client s? 4. What is a professional misconduct? 5. Explain what is meant by an ethical framework. 6. In your opinion ‐ who should be providing the ethical framework s for various professions?

Answer:

Introduction:

Ethics is an important part of every organization and also it plays a great role in the whole community. Ethics should be considered in the operations of the organization. If the ethics are implemented successfully in the organization the efficiency of the organization is enhanced for long term. There are many organizations that cannot perform ethical management just because there is lack of human nature and control system of management. The performance can be enhanced if the business organization follows the ethics and also the business can retain superior quality staff and customers. For establishing an ethical organization the time and effort is needed more. If the staff members are not properly trained they cannot achieve the objectives of the company also the trust cannot be maintained easily. There should also be proper communication within the organization so that the illegal or unethical conduct cannot be presented easily and it should properly be managed. The discrimination may also occur on an individual race, color, gender. This offense should not be there in the organization for smooth conduct of the business. So in this essay the discussion is made upon the importance of the ethical framework in the organization.

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Mediation and Conflict Management:590786

Question:

Discuss the Mediation and Conflict Management.

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Introduction

It’s important to have emotional management for the interpersonal and intrapersonal extent, for the mediation purpose. It is important to keep in mind that conflicting parties don’t only have emotions but mediators also (Alternatives to the high cost of litigation, 2004). Out of the commonly known sentiments, usually expressed in medication experiences are fear, sadness and anger. Generally it is strong anger which leads to a need for medication. Strong emotions generally lead to absurd attitude (Adler, Rosen and Silverstein, 1998). The mediators face challenges of getting a capability of tolerating strong emotional terms and the impulsiveness that comes along with them. They have to deal with the emotional terms of parties and also help to control their own emotions. As per David A. Hoodman, “mediators can’t prevent getting sentimental towards the parties, however they have to ensure that these reactions to not make them bias” (Bowling and Hoffman, 2003).

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Sustainability and Portfolio Management:606010

Question:

  1. Critically evaluate the strategic value of project management and project portfolio management, paying particular attention to their potential impact on social equity, project management life cycles, resource management and organisational change.
  2. Demonstrate understanding and initiative in the application of project portfolio management tools, techniques and processes to achieve improved business practices and performance and integrate sustainable project outcomes.

Develop and defend arguments both for and against the implementation of project portfolio management in a range of organisations

Answer:

Introduction

Siemens Australia is a subsidiary of the Siemens organization that is global multinational organization. Siemens is the manufacturer of advanced technologies with a focus on engineering product and solutions while at the same time investing in sustainable programs. Siemens division of Australia and New Zealand particularly deals in digitalization, manufacturing, automobile, healthcare technologies, and services. In line with organization’s goals, the organization has developed a project portfolio management (PPM) system that assists in ensuring that portfolio is managed and evaluated to achieve objectives. Most of the portfolio management system in the organization has been reduced to automated machine that runs and is controlled by computer software called Teamcenter. The whole system though has proved efficient is also facing some few challenge (Feldenkirchen & Eberhard, 2005).  The following document gives findings the review of the project portfolio management implementation that is submitted to the executive management.

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Research Into Issues Relating To Elderly Website Users:598208

Question:

Discuss the Research Into Issues Relating To Elderly Website Users.

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Research Aim and Objective

The basic aim behind conducting the said research is to find out the various problems which the elderly users of the web face while using the websites via the internet.  It also illustrates the guidelines that the developer of these websites should follow in order to make sure that the elderly people can easily navigate and browse through the sites effortlessly and competently.  Identification of the right set of rules to make the websites user friendly for all types of users whether young or old is the main objective of this research. To identify the right guidelines and methods to make the use of websites user friendly for all ages, this will be determined by the success rate, error rate, satisfaction level and time taken to complete tasks of older web users on the various websites.

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Strategic Information System:608201

Question:

Discuss the Strategic Information System.

Answer:

Part 1

1. Current organisational structure

Every organisation consists of a certain structure that allocates the task of the organisation among the employees or the stakeholders so that no confusion about the role of the different designations occur (Friesen et al. 2014). Through the structure, the organisational operation, the supervision of the task through coordination is carried out in order to achieve the organisational goal and its objective. The structure that prevails in Wesfarmers is the hierarchical structure. The organisational structure of Wesfarmers includes the director at the top of the organisation followed by the manager and regional manager who handles the different regional offices where the organisation operates (Wesfarmers.com.au 2017). After that comes the team leader in the different departments where they look after the execution of the operation in the organisation at the ground level that is being carried out by the employees of the organisation. The general manager designation also prevails just after the director who supervises the different departments of the organisation like the production, finance, marketing and R&D (Sorensen and Stanton 2013). Without a proper organisational structure, it can be difficult for Wesfarmers to maintain the level of consistency it has in the Australian business market. This can hamper the growth of the organisation.

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Business Research (Enterprise Business Mobility):608132

Question:

Discuss about the Business Research  for Enterprise Business Mobility.

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Introduction

With the evolution of Technology, challenges and opportunities are also continued to evolve. The current society is highly dependent upon the digital technology and Internet in order to deal with almost all basic activities of everyday life. Hence, we are highly dependent upon the application of Technology. Alongside the positive aspects of this technology there are several threats that the society has to deal with in order to ensure smooth overall functioning. The rise of Cybercrime is one of the major threats to the use of digital Internet technology.

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Wild Life Sydney Zoo(Tourism):599191

Question:

You are required to write a short summary and Essay on one local attractions drawing on their observations.

You will be required to summarise the key points observed and explain how these points relate to at least two of the following theories, frameworks or concepts (ideas) discussed in weeks 1 – 4:-

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Business Research:608132

Question:

Business Research for the evolution of Technology

Answer:

Introduction

With the evolution of Technology, challenges and opportunities are also continued to evolve. The current society is highly dependent upon the digital technology and Internet in order to deal with almost all basic activities of everyday life. Hence, we are highly dependent upon the application of Technology. Alongside the positive aspects of this technology there are several threats that the society has to deal with in order to ensure smooth overall functioning. The rise of Cybercrime is one of the major threats to the use of digital Internet technology.

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Strategic Information System(organisational structure):608201

Question:

Describe about the Strategic Information System(organisational structure).

Answer:

Part 1

1. Current organisational structure

Every organisation consists of a certain structure that allocates the task of the organisation among the employees or the stakeholders so that no confusion about the role of the different designations occur (Friesen et al. 2014). Through the structure, the organisational operation, the supervision of the task through coordination is carried out in order to achieve the organisational goal and its objective. The structure that prevails in Wesfarmers is the hierarchical structure. The organisational structure of Wesfarmers includes the director at the top of the organisation followed by the manager and regional manager who handles the different regional offices where the organisation operates (Wesfarmers.com.au 2017). The team leaders are next in line that looks after the job that is being done. The employees report to them directly and they form the ground level supervisor of the organisation. The general manager designation also prevails just after the director who supervises the different departments of the organisation like the production, finance, marketing and R&D (Sorensen and Stanton 2013). Without a proper organisational structure, it can be difficult for Wesfarmers to maintain the level of consistency it has in the Australian business market. This can hamper the growth of the organisation.

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