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Internal Control Structure for Application Controls-116032

***Document a recommended internal control structure for application controls in your designed system. In brief, you will be asked to list the controls you propose for your assigned business process, classify them in accordance with various categories, and document their purpose.

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Marketing Research – A Case Study of Anthony’s Orchard, USA-117118

Hi, i need to write essay about Market Research. However, for the analysis i need to consider  the information about Antony’s Orchard Company ( i am not able to attach the document here as it is in html, but i’ve sent it to your representative via the live chat window) and ensure that the following questions are addressed;

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Procedural Programming Assignment-115664

TASK1 Note: Characteristics of Programming e.g. Low-level language, high level language, generation, application, instruction and algorithm; types of language e.g. procedural language, object-oriented language, event-driven etc.); reason for choice language, data structure, data type, programming syntax. Suppose you are employed as a senior procedural programmer in a big software development company. A client is seeking for details features of procedural programming for develop their new system. Based on your experiences and solid knowledge in procedural programming, company has decided you to prepare a details report explaining the features of procedure programming. Your report must address the following points effectively. 1.1 Discuss the principles, characteristics and features of procedural programming. [P1.1] 1.2 Investigate different types of programming language and make an effective judgement by comparing them with appropriate example. [P1.1, M1] Hint: identify the different types of programming language, their features, strength, weakness, environment etc. and highlight the advantage and disadvantage and present a good self – judgement, explain the appropriate programing language to solve the different problem nature with real example. Ø To achieve M1, you must demonstrate a clear understanding of the procedural programming (task 1.1) and other types of programming language with relevant example. In addition, you will have met the deadline to submit the tasks and achieve the unit assessment criteria.

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Java Inheritance Programming-108980

Student Mohammed from USA

Assigned & Due: 10/7/15
1. (10 points) Java Inheritance.
You are to develop and test the following in Java: 1 interface, 4 abstract classes, 3 other classes and 4 objects. The interface is named cs398Live. The abstract classes are named cs398Thing(baseclass) and Rock, Plant, and Animal (derivedclasses),asparentandchildren,respectively. The Cat and Dog classes, in turn, are subclasses of Animal. You must provide a constructor for each of the classes.

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Statement of Cashflows 2008-2009-Proposed Balance Sheet 2010-Capex-111951

Statement of Cashflows 2008-2009
Cash flows from operating activities
Net Income       58,45,936
Add Non Cash/Non Operating items:
Interest   1,53,311
Depreciation  3,75,794        5,29,105
Cash profits after tax       63,75,041
Accounts receivable        1,55,835
Merchandise inventory        7,21,605
Prepaid expenses        1,65,118
Accounts payable        2,06,011
Accrued Compensation          (99,177)
Accrued Other Liabilities       (1,09,149)
Short term debt           73,816
Rent-Building        5,59,576
Rent-Vehicles        1,04,101
Net cash provided by operating activities       81,52,777
                   
Cash flow from investing activities
Purchase of Plant       (3,20,320)
Purchase of Other Assets          (56,328)
Net cash provided by investing activities       (3,76,648)
Cash flow from financing activities
Rent Paid       (6,63,677)
Interest paid       (1,53,311)
Long term equity      (13,14,417)
Issue of shares        4,01,559
Dividend Paid       59,62,544
Net cash provided by financing activities      (76,92,390)                    
Cash Balance at prior year-end  $   15,57,575
Net Cash Added in the year           83,739
Cash Balance at current year-end  $   16,41,314
Proposed Balance Sheet 2010
Amount
Current Assets 2010
Cash Balancing Figure
Accounts receivable, net 12053174 Accounts Receivable is assumed to be 14% of Revenue
Inventory 16557750 Inventory is assumed to be 23% of Cost of Goods Sold
Prepaid expenses 5487 Constant
Total Current Assets 28616411
Plant, Property, And Equipment         73,53,575
Accumulated Depreciation   (25,73,751.25) Assume Depreciation to be 35%
Net PP&E    47,79,823.75 Net Property plant
Other Assets             64,526 Constant
Total Assets #############
 Liabilities and Owners’ Equity 
Current Liabilities
Accounts payable         42,92,750 8% of COGS
Accrued compensation         18,39,750 3% of COGS
Accrued other liabilities             69,685
Line of credit 0
Long-term debt due within one year          6,71,068
Total Current Liabilities
Long-term debt         30,16,179
Owners’ Equity 23571329.66
Total Liabilities and Owners’ Equity
Total Liabilities and Owners’ Equity      3,34,60,761
Cap EX For the New Store
Rent
1 2 3 4 5
279227 287604 296232 305119 314273
PV @10% COC assumed 261458 244820 229241 214653
Total 950172
Initial Capex
Building Improvements $7,10,000
Yard $2,00,000
IT / Computer Equipment $3,50,000
Furniture $50,000
Total Capex 2260171.7
Part 4
The preparation of the budget for the company needs a clear intepretation of the various income and costs parameters that needs to be looked into before budget can be prepared. The important questions that come are the growth in the revenue that is expected in the market. the planning of expenses that is going to be incurred in the long run. The management should answer this questions to intepret the chnages in the various assets such as the percentage  collected and paid over the year transactiosn. These if presented in figures help to bring the same thing forward.This will chnage the effect in the P/L as the revenues and the other items will chnage as per the estimates and also the COGS would change and hence there would be change in the profits as well. So these questiosn help to decide the figures in the budgets.
Statement of Cashflows 2008-2009
Cash flows from operating activities
Net Income       58,45,936
Add Non Cash/Non Operating items:
Interest   1,53,311
Depreciation  3,75,794        5,29,105
Cash profits after tax       63,75,041
Accounts receivable        1,55,835
Merchandise inventory        7,21,605
Prepaid expenses        1,65,118
Accounts payable        2,06,011
Accrued Compensation          (99,177)
Accrued Other Liabilities       (1,09,149)
Short term debt           73,816
Rent-Building        5,59,576
Rent-Vehicles        1,04,101
Net cash provided by operating activities       81,52,777
                   
Cash flow from investing activities
Purchase of Plant       (3,20,320)
Purchase of Other Assets          (56,328)
Net cash provided by investing activities       (3,76,648)
Cash flow from financing activities
Rent Paid       (6,63,677)
Interest paid       (1,53,311)
Long term equity      (13,14,417)
Issue of shares        4,01,559
Dividend Paid       59,62,544
Net cash provided by financing activities      (76,92,390)                    
Cash Balance at prior year-end  $   15,57,575
Net Cash Added in the year           83,739
Cash Balance at current year-end  $   16,41,314

Wellness and Wellbeing-112544

Kids, characterized by and large as those people who are underneath the age of 18 years of age, have yet to ascend to their capacities and parts in the public eye. As per a registration made last 2002, youngsters 0-14 years old were appeared to contain around 2 billion of the worldwide populace and dwarfed the various age bunches. The study has additionally made projections of the gathering populace and manages that the youngsters age gathering will remain generally consistent at 30% up until the following fifty years. An unmistakable indication of wellbeing and wellbeing in the public arena is confirmed by sound youngsters, making groups more dynamic.

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COFFEE CRISIS IN GUATEAMALA-113523

The documentary “Guatemala/Mexico- Coffee Country” has been made up by S. Quinones and J. Rubin on 2003. The main idea that these two people try to show through this documentary film is why the residents of Guatemala and Southern Mexico continuously migrate to some city or some border area by leaving off their old coffee cultivating occupation. These two persons also have tried to recognize the issues that are responsible for this dramatic migration so that they can try to address these issues. These two persons have made a journey on different coffee estate place in order to examine the actual situation[1]. They have found that most of the families that were initially engaging in the coffee cultivation now migrate to the city. Only few families left in these cities and they still try to carry on this cultivation using their family saving. They also found that some of the coffee workers form cooperative society to keep on the coffee cultivation. However, at present this co operative society has been experiencing very miserable condition as now they do not find any place to sell their coffee production. In this documentary it is argued that, the low coffee price in the world market is the main reason behind the migration from coffee cultivating are to some other urban area for new job searching. At present, Brazil and Vietnam is using more advanced production technique in their coffee cultivation. This advanced technology helps these countries to sell coffee in the world market in relatively low price. However, this advanced technology is not adopted in the coffee production in the Guatemala. Therefore, they are not able to sell high price coffee in the world market anymore. Since the main earnings of this Guatemala come from this coffee cultivation and its export to different countries, therefore this low demand and sometimes no demand for coffee put the people under the tragic situation. These two people also found some other reasons that also discourage these Guatemalan people to left their old occupation[2]. One of the most significant cases is the existence of middleman between the coffee cultivators and the final buyers[3]. However, in this documentary, some suggestions have been try to express in order to resolve the issues that are mentioned above[4]. In this documentary, it has been depicted that if the coffee workers form a cooperative and follow all the international environmental guideline, they can able to reduce the production cost in the coffee cultivation. This low production cost enables them to offer the coffee bean in the international market in the relatively low price like Brazil, Vietnam. Moreover, this coffee cultivator sells their product directly to the fair trade buyers, and then also they will be benefitted more. In this document, it has been also shown that, some farmers in Guatemala send their children for higher education. They are expecting that this higher education will enable them and other coffee farmer also to make use of advanced technology in the coffee cultivation[5]. However, has also mentioned in the film that the coffee farmer should be cautious about the quality of the coffee beans as the buyers in the coffee market prefers to consume coffee with good taste. They do not bother about the sources of the coffee beans[6]. Hence, from the above analysis it can be said that in the presence of high competition, the coffee makers in the Guatemala should pdate themselves in order to make them more efficient.

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Impact of Supreme Court Decisions-114556

Mercedes Coleman

Walden University

Case Milestone 1

Obergefell v. Hodges (decided on 26th June, 2015) (Obergefell v. Hodges, 2015)

Fourteen same sex couples and two men whose partners had deceased instituted this case raising the following issues. At the time of the decision, Chief Justice John Roberts was the chief justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. At the time of the decision, President Barack Obama was the presiding president of the United States of America. The issues, which were raised in the instant case may be summarised as follows;

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GAMIFICATION AND PERSUASIVE COMPUTING-105125

Fraud Student Name AnkitChhajed

This assessment requires you to complete an annotated bibliography of literature relevant in the field of gamification and persuasive computing. The bibliography will focus on a key topic (e.g., motivating the player experience, game rewards and behaviour change). It should also target research from a specific domain that you wish to pursue for your design assessment (e.g., Education, Health and Fitness, or Enterprise). Undertaking this annotative bibliography should give you a greater understanding of the topic area and also help to inform and justify design decisions made in later assessment. An introduction paragraph that clearly states the topic and summarises the overall findings of the bibliography is required, along with an annotated bibliography of 10-15 references. The annotated bibliography is to be delivered via blackboard and also as a blog post on your personal website for the subject. You will be marked on the introduction, selection of references (quality, suitability, breadth and depth), the description and critical analysis of each reference, as well as your referencing style and communication.

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The International Librarians Network (ILN) peer mentoring program-105159

Fraud Student Name AnkitChhajed

Need to create HTML pages according to Information Architecture (IA) and Wireframes which i have provided in zip file. Content and Metadata information is also provided in that zip file.

Page Type of page Notes on what to include where to get the content from
Home page Content In addition to text, include the logo, a photo, four social network icons, and a footer. Take the image from the existing site to use on the home page
About us Content Include information about The International Librarians Network organisation. Why does The International Librarians Network exist? Who is the audience? Don’t forget to provide access to child pages. Supplied content + any other useful content
Support the ILN Content Supplied content + any other useful conten
Meet our team Pathway Include introductory text. Don’t forget to provide access to all child pages, not just the ones you are building. Supplied content + any other useful conten
ILN Directors Content Include information about the directors. Dont’s forget to add their photos. Also link the text to the relevant pages. Supplied content + any other useful conten.
About ILN partnerships Content If you are working in a pair, you don’t need to create the “how the program works” page for giving access to this page. Just link “How the program works” text to “About ILN Partnerships” and I’ll pretend I have selected it from a drop down menu on the home page 😉

Students in groups of three still need to build the “How the program works and link to this page from there.

Supplied content + any other useful conten

ABOUT THE ILN

The International Librarians Network (ILN) peer mentoring program is a facilitated program aimed at helping librarians develop international networks. We believe that innovation and inspiration can cross borders, and that spreading our networks beyond our home countries can make us better at what we do.

Participants in the program are matched with others outside their country, based on the information they provide to the program coordinators. Partnerships are made for a fixed term, and during this period the partnerships are supported by regular contact and discussion points led by the program coordinators. Supported partnerships have an end date, however it is our vision that participants would develop a widening network of ongoing, independent professional relationships.

The International Librarians Network is run by volunteers all around the world.

While the ILN enjoys the support of many esteemed professional and commercial bodies worldwide, it is run independently.

MEET OUR TEAM

The International Librarians Network is run by a dedicated team of volunteers from around the globe. Our volunteers donate not only their time but their valuable expertise to ensure the ILN remains a global leader in international peer-mentoring. Without the work of all of our volunteers, the ILN simply could not happen.

Find out more about our volunteers and meet the:

ILN DIRECTORS

Alyson Dalby – Director of Business Operations

Clare McKenzie – Director of Communications

Kate Byrne – Director of Technical Operations

  • Where? Sydney, Australia
  • Currently employed by: UNSW Library
  • Twitter handle: @katecbyrne
  • About: Kate is the Manager, Research Reporting at the University of New South Wales Library and her background is in bridging the divide between library clients and technical and research services. Kate’s chief research interests lie in communication and collaboration within the library and the wider information industry. You can find a list of her publications on her ORCID ID or find her on twitter as @katecbyrne.

ABOUT ILN PARTNERSHIPS

Matching participants

The ILN will use the information provided by prospective participants to match them with other participants, to form a partnership. We will look at things like the sector that they work in, location, career stage, and areas of interest. The more information we have the better the match will be, however if applicants are very particular in the type of person they would like to be partnered with it may be difficult for us to find the perfect match for you.

Note that we will not automatically match people who are similar – if one works in a public library and indicates that they would like to be partnered with someone in an academic library, we will try our best to meet this request. Likewise, if an applicant  is at a later stage in their career and is eager to be partnered with an early-career practitioner, we will try and match them with someone that meets that description rather than someone who is also in a later career stage.

Meeting ILN partners

Once we have matched partners, we provide information to both along with guidelines on how to maintain a healthy peer mentoring relationship. If we are unable to secure a suitable match we will contact the applicant to explore other options.

It’s up to each of the participants involved to make the time to get to know their ILN partner. Distance communication is tricky, especially when you are just getting to know someone, so it is important to communicate clearly as well as to set expectations for the partnership. Tips we can suggest in the early stages of a partnership are:

  • Discussing  what you are hoping to get out of the program and how you can contribute
  • Communicating with partners at least once every two weeks
  • Trying out to use a range of communications tools such as Facebook, Twitter or Skype in addition to email
  • Always letting the other partner know of any upcoming changes to your availability (holidays, vacations, etc)
  • Being mindful that it can take a few exchanges to become more comfortable with one other so remember to keep communicating and asking and answering lots of questions.

Support for partnerships

ILN partnership are supported for the four months of the program. During this stage we will:

  • Establish the partnership by providing contact details and other information to both participants
  • Provide partners with guidelines on how to communicate effectively
  • Regularly touch base with partners to ensure that the relationship is working for both participants
  • Provide monthly discussion topics to partners to stimulate the relationship
  • Host online discussions to allow you to develop wider networks with other participants

Discussion topics will change regularly and we aim to present topics that everyone can relate to.  We are very eager to hear any suggestions for discussion topics.

Concluding partnerships

Partnerships are facilitated by the ILN for four months. We find that this is long enough to get to know your partner, but also allows you a chance to move on to another partnership and develop wider networks.

Participants will receive a reminder one month before your partnership is due to expire. This will give participants a chance to discuss whether they would like to continue their relationship outside of the facilitated program structure. There is no requirement to cease partnerships once the facilitation ends, however formal ILN support will cease.

Once formal partnerships have concluded, everyone is welcome to apply for subsequent partnership rounds.

SUPPORT THE ILN

The International Librarians Network is a non-profit organisation run entirely by volunteers. The ILN is an incorporated association in New South Wales (NSW), Australia and is regulated by NSW Fair Trading under the Associations Incorporation Act 2009.

Created and run by librarians for librarians, the ILN could not exist without the generous donations of time, energy and finance made by our volunteers, participants and the ILN community.

By donating to the ILN you help us keep the program free for participants all around the world. You are also helping secure the financial and operational sustainability of the program for the future. All donations help, big or small.

 

Sponsorship and partnership opportunities

Organisations and institutions can also support the ILN by taking up one of our sponsorship or partnership packages. For more information on these packages, please contact us at contact@interlibnet.org.

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Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in New Zealand by Uniqlo-109886

 Project guidelines

Industry – Fast retail – Uniqlo

Country – New Zealand

AIM

You are required to make an FDI in an industry and country of your choice. The aim of the report is to present a country and industry risk analysis to assess the strategic viability of the FDI.

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Management Theory and Practice-109017

Elaborate by giving real life examples of companies that have implemented Chester Barnard’s theory in their management and companies which have not implemented them. Compare.

Pioneers Theory

The study of an organization as a regulation is comparatively new; particularly while comparing with additional systematic discipline, and appreciates present organizationconsideration, it is essential to inspect the past relations. It is finest to think not only organization pioneers’ management theory, but also the background and ecological factor that help to elucidate the developmental procedure following the theory. However, organization pioneers may be simply located beside a chronological timeline. By the work of Daniel Wren as a direct, the follow category is working;the scientific management era, early management thought, the modern era and the social manage (Quigley and Robertson, 2015).

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Experiment No- XXX-102248-2381

Objective: To determine the hand-eye reaction time of the experimenter by reading the left hand and right hand distances.

Apparatus Required: Two rulers, Observation table

Theory: For determining the hand-eye reaction time average distance of the 20 trials for each hand is calculated using the formula:

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Assignment DFP1B-1v2.1 Financial Planning-100124

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Please complete the fields shaded grey.

Student number

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Assignment result (assessor to complete)

Result — first submission (Details for each activity are shown in the table below)

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  First submission Resubmission (if required)

Case study assignment questions

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  Statement of Advice
  Cash flow tables
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Executive summary:-100519

In past, people used desktop for computing tasks then after some time there was a time where laptops were in demand but nowadays in present, it is the world of a new body-borne technology called Wearable computing. For consumer market, there are only two companies which provide wearable computers. Central Queensland University is one of the most richly diverse, innovative and dynamic universities in Australia with main campus in north rock Hampton. The most spectacular locations have its other campuses which include CQU campuses such as Mackay, Emerald, rock Hampton, Gladstone and Bundaberg. Here I, an ICT manager of Central Queensland University, am writing a report to be presented at the next executive meeting of Central Queensland Universityin Rock Hamptondescribing wearable computers which are used in various types of fields such in military to provide the ability to survive to soldiers in adverse conditions, in medical to provide nomad display system which has a feature to display all the records of patient into one system and in entertainment to provide easy access of game world to players.The enhancement of wearable computers in higher education system is the essential part of this report. Wearable systems can be used in education system in many ways such as it improves the quality of learning processes for students; it allows students to have access of useful information anytime and anywhere through this wearable device as it is easy to be carried out on the student’s body and this technology also helps disabled and illiterate students. This report also includes negative effects along with the advantages of these computers in such a way that sometimes this wearable technology becomes threat for students in such a way that constant use of this device makes students unhealthy as student may get affected by headache, eye problems and body ache. Negative affect on Handwriting and spelling skills of students is the other reason for such kind of problem in using wearable devices.

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