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Architecture and design

body reflection

 

our second reflection focuses on the human body as a theme, with Chapter 6 (Reproduction and Sexuality); Chapter 11 (Mind and Body); and Chapter 12 (Race, Gender, Class and Clan) to read, and Video #13 (The Body) and Video #9 (Portraits) from “Art Through Time, A Global View” to view. The role of the human body is so vast in art that no single chapter or video can adequately represent its value to the art making process. Read the chapters and view the videos thoughtfully, as, in the end, they become a mirror to ourselves as a species on this planet. 

This second theme of the body follows the first theme of the nature in that we, as a species, respond to the natural world around us in creating the things we need to survive, and thrive! 

Assignment Details: 

Read: Chapter 6: Reproduction and Sexuality; Chapter 11: Mind and Body; and Chapter 12: Race, Gender, Class and Clan

Watch: Video #13 (The Body) and Video: #9 (Portraits) from “Art Through Time, A Global View 

https://learner.org/courses/globalart/

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computer

Cloud security

 

Please review Textbook, lecture slides, reputable articles and journals and write a complete essay / report and explain:

 – Cloud security issues/problems

– Cloud computing security architecture

– Security issues in virtualization

– Data security in the cloud

– Threats in the cloud

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Architecture and design

History of the Renaissance

Assignment for Module 3:

Find a contemporary example of a building that uses a grid, or matrix, to organize its façade and/or internal spaces. How would you explain the grid? Do you think the technique helps or hurts the design? Compare and contrast the contemporary building and its grid to Brunelleschi’s use of grids at San Lorenzo. What was Brunelleschi’s design intention? How is it similar or different from the contemporary architect’s intention?

Purpose

The purpose of this assignment is to think carefully about the form and function of an historic building, then find interesting similarities and differences between its design and that of a modern building.

Use the FIRST TWO pages of your graphic analysis to document the two buildings. Use the THIRD page to compare and contrast them in as many ways as you can, using either bullet-point notes, or a blend of simple diagrams and written comments.

To document the buildings, you may use EITHER images you have found online (line drawings are better than photographs, if you can find them) OR hand-drawn sketches. You must also EXPLAIN your images or sketches with bullet-point notes that contain useful facts AND your own observations. On your third page, try to compare as many formal and functional aspects of the two buildings as you can. The essential part of the exercise is the inclusion of observations that analyze the architectural design and/or cultural messages conveyed by these buildings. Your assignment will not be evaluated for aesthetic merit but for the richness of its analytical content. Format Three pages (11″ x 17″ or similar) should be included in each Analytical Graphic Comparison (with the first two pages showing, at minimum, plans and elevations for both the Renaissance and the contemporary building). Your name, the date, and the number of the Analytical Graphic Comparison assignment must be listed on the first page. Images or sketches should document both examples equally and be carefully organized on the page. The names of the buildings, dates of their construction, names of their architect(s) and any other descriptive or explanatory text should be included in a coherent and visually clear manner.

Tools Pencil (and/or other drawing instruments) Access to scanner

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computer

CSPM Week2 P

Hello i need this paper by 01/22 afternoon.

Strictly No plagiarism, please use your own words.

Select ONE ARTICLE from the following links and summarize the reading in your own words. Your summary should be 2-3 paragraphs in length and uploaded as a TEXT DOCUMENT. There is an EXAMPLE attached to show you the format requirements.

What is most important is that you use YOUR OWN WORDS to summarize the news article. It is essential that you do not copy text directly from the Internet. Plagiarism is unacceptable. You can easily avoid this by rephrasing the contents and summarizing it using your own words.

http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/subjects/c/computer_security/index.html

https://www.lifewire.com/learn-how-antivirus-4102748

http://www.sans.org/newsletters/ http://news.cnet.com/security/ https://www.onlinesecurity.com/news–publications-page http://www.esecurityplanet.com/views http://netsecurity.about.com/

https://www.techrepublic.com/ 

Strictly No plagiarism please 

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Architecture and design

lilguru2

Hello

I need A two to three (2-3) page report must be submitted along with a map illustrating the findings and results of the analysis. The report should be written in paragraph form and contain an introduction to the question/scenario analyzed, an overview of the methods, and a summary of the results.

 

The final project will be graded using criteria described in the following rubric:

 

Project Purpose: The goal of the project or the analysis question is well defined and communicated clearly and concisely. The project incorporates a planning/design component and relates to the course content.

 

Methods:

The description of methods provides sufficient detail that someone could replicate your basic process but not unnecessary details that detract from the communication of the workflow. The methods are sound given any limitations and sources of error, which should be explicitly stated. At least four spatial data layers or derivations of data are utilized.

 

Results / Discussion/ Conclusion:

The results are presented clearly and directly relate to the goal of the project and/or answer the analysis question. The results are accurate given the methods of the project.

 

Map: 

The map communicates the results of the project. The map contains all elements the reader needs to understand the results (where the study occurred, at what scale, meaning of symbology, etc). The map has a professional appearance according to best cartographic practices learned in the GIS program.

 

 

Writing: 

Writing is clear, concise (2-3 pages), and well-organized. Writing utilizes correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation

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computer

Assume monetary benefits of an information system of $40,000 the first year and increasing benefits of $10,000 a year for…

Assume monetary benefits of an information system of $40,000 the first year and increasing benefits of $10,000 a year for the next five years (year 1 = $50,000, year 2 = $60,000, year 3 = $70,000, year 4 = $80,000, year 5 = $90,000). One-time development costs were $80,000 and recurring costs were $45,000 over the duration of the system’s life. The discount rate for the company was 11 percent. Using a six-year time horizon, calculate the net present value of these costs and benefits. Also, calculate the overall return on investment and then present a break-even analysis. At what point does break-even occur?

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Architecture and design

Visualization Skills

 

Please use this attachment under the instructions.
Do not go to the answer

just use this attachment here

it is free to download

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computer

Object Oriented Programming SLP 4

 

Read Chapter 18 and Chapter 19 of “Think Python: How to Think Like a Computer Scientist” from http://www.greenteapress.com/thinkPython/html/index.html. Or get the pdf file of the book from the same link. Finish running all the examples in Chapter 18 and Chapter 19 of  “Think Python: How to Think Like a Computer Scientist” by yourself in  Python shell interactive command mode or IDLE editor window. Collect all  output of your running examples and submit them in one text file named  “CSC111-SLP4-Examples-YourFirstNameLastname” Finish coding the following exercises in Python, run them, and  collect the running results into a file named  “CSC111-SLP4-Exercises-YourFirstNameLastName” and submit it. Exercise 18.1 Exercise 18.2 Exercise 19.1 Exercise 19.2 Exercise 19.3 Exercise 19.4

Note: When you program the exercises you can name them whatever you want, such as ex3-1.py or count-nums.py but the submitted file should provide name of the exercise, source code, and running results. Finally, write a summary document named as  “CSC111-SLP4Summary-YourFirstNameLastName” to report what you have  learned from this Case Assignment and any other learning experience.   

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computer

In a hostage crises, is it ethical for a government to agree to grant a terrorist immunity if he releases the hostages, even though the government has every intention of capturing and prosecuting the terrorist once his hostages are released? For all disc

– you are required to write an initial post (300 words).

– you must have two academic peer-reviewed articles for references. 

– must include in-text citations and references in APA style formatting

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computer

java: Robert Paulson So long 'n thanks for all the fish Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall And then he also had a great fall booyakasha Bruno Ali G

 

File Processing Write a static method named matchIndex that accepts as its parameter a Scanner for an input file. Your method should compare the first line of the file (target line) to every other line in the file looking for places where the character at a given 0-based index from the two lines is the same. For example, in the strings “hello” and “belt”, the characters at indexes 1 (‘e’) and 2 (‘l’) match. Your code should be case-sensitive; for example, “J” does not match “j”. For each pair of lines, your method should print output showing the character indexes that match, separated by spaces in the format shown below. If no characters match, print “none” instead as shown below. For example, suppose the input file contains the following text. (Line numbers and character indexes are shown around the input and matching characters are shown in bold, but these markings do not appear in the actual file.) 0123456789012345678901234567890123456789 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 This is the target line for comparison Those achy down socks Wheels on the school bus go round The wipers go swish swish swish His name is Robert Paulson So long ‘n thanks for all the fish Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall And then he also had a great fall booyakasha Bruno Ali G Borat When passed the above file, your method would produce the following output: target and 2: 0 1 3 target and 3: 1 19 27 29 target and 4: 0 1 5 target and 5: 11 17 18 target and 6: 7 13 target and 7: none target and 8: 9 10 11 target and 9: none target and 10: 11 14 Notice that lines are not generally the same length. You may assume that the file contains at least 1 line.