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Object Oriented Programming fundamentals

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The American University in Cairo Computer Science and Engineering Department Fundamentals of Computing II S2020 Assignment 3 Object Oriented Programming fundamentals Problem Description: ▪ Create a clinic-appointment system, where patients can book appointments with doctors of the same specialization. ▪ Patients request appointments basically at a given time slot with any doctor. Doctors

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ITD 256 Advanced Database Management

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ERD: Physical Entity Relationship Diagram
• Choose one of the below scenarios and Create the physical level ERD. (You may choose the same or different
scenario to the one you worked on in Exercise 1). You must create the ERD using Microsoft Visio or other
diagram drawing software as indicated by your professor. Make sure to submit a PDF version of your diagram
along with the actual diagram file (in case your professor can’t open your Visio file, they can use the PDF file
to grade). Make sure to submit the diagram by the due date as specified by your professor.
Scenario 1:
This is a simple list table of a company trying to keep track of parts that they sell and orders that came in purchasing
those parts (in other words, not a database but a flat one table file). You will design a database for this company so that
they won’t be relying on a simple 1 table list system to keep track of their data. Looking at the table below, identify the
separate entities and attributes and design a physical level Entity Relationship Diagram for this company.
OrderNum OrderDate PartNum Description NumOrdered QuotedPrice
21608 10/20/2010 AT94 Iron 11 $21.95
21610 10/20/2010 DR93 Gas Range 1 $495.00
21610 10/20/2010 DW11 Washer 1 $399.99
21613 10/21/2010 KL62 Dryer 4 $329.95
21614 10/21/2010 KT03 Dishwasher 2 $595.00
21617 10/23/2010 BV06 Home Gym 2 $794.95
21617 10/23/2010 CD52 Microwave Oven 4 $150.00
21619 10/23/2010 DR93 Gas Range 1 $495.00
21523 10/23/2010 KV29 Treadmill 2 $1290.00
OR
Scenario 2:
This is a simple list table of a company trying to keep track of employee assignment to company projects (in other
words, not a database but a flat one table file). You will design a database for this company so that they won’t be
relying on a simple 1 table list system to keep track of their data. Looking at the table below, identify the separate
entities and attributes and design a physical level Entity Relationship Diagram for this company.
Project
Code
Project Name Project
Manager
Project
Budget
Employee
No.
Employee
Name
Department
No.
Department
Name
Hourly
Rate
PC010 Reservation
System
Mr. Ajay 120500 S100 Mohan D03 Database 21.00
PC010 Reservation
System
Mr. Ajay 120500 S101 Vipul D02 Testing 16.50
PC010 Reservation
System
Mr. Ajay 120500 S102 Riyaz D01 IT 22.00
PC011 HR System Mrs. Charu 500500 S103 Pavan D03 Database 18.50
PC011 HR System Mrs. Charu 500500 S104 Jitendra D02 Testing 17.00
PC011 HR System Mrs. Charu 500500 S315 Pooja D01 IT 23.50
PC012 Attendance
System
Mr. Rajesh 710700 S137 Rahul D03 Database 21.50
PC012 Attendance
System
Mr. Rajesh 710700 S218 Avneesh D02 Testing 15.50
PC012 Attendance
System
Mr. Rajesh 710700 S109 Vikas D01 IT 20.50

Northern Virginia Community College
Annandale Campus

ITD 256 Advanced Database Management
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Grading Rubric:
Work is Complete 10 Points
Physical ERD is in correct format/uses correct
symbols/notations
15 Points
Correct Attribute Data Types/Constraints Identified 15 Points
Correct Relationship between Entities Identified 5 Points
Cardinality is correctly identified between entities 5 Points
Total: 50 Points

ITD256_Online_Exercise2(2) (2)

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To convert the ER/EER model into a relational data model

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AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: to convert the ER/EER model into a relational data model; to implement a relational database system (using ORACLE12g). This is an individual Assignment. You are not permitted to work as a group when writing this assignment. Copying, Plagiarism: Plagiarism is the submission of somebody else’s work in a manner that gives the…

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COMP1231 Web Programming

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Introduction It’s time to put all your JavaScript skills to the test to build an app combining everything you’ve learned about JavaScript so far. In this assignment, you are required to build 10 functions. Goals and Outcomes  Reverse engineering the built-in functions and built user define functions  Write decision-making statements and control structures…

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Linear Algerbra Let vector space V be vector space of single variable real functions. Let real numbers a,b be fixed.

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Q1. Let vector space V be vector space of single variable real functions. Let real numbers a,b be fixed. Let ∈ ∗ defined as . The differentiation operator is given by () = ′ on with adjoint ∗. What is ∗()? Q2. Let and be linear transformations from to . Give an explicit counter example…

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MECH 351 – MODELING AND ANALYSIS of DYNAMIC SYSTEMS II

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MECH 351 – MODELING AND ANALYSIS of DYNAMIC SYSTEMS II

Please complete your work NEATLY on SEPARATE paper.  Do not submit your work on this handout.

  1. (20 points) Determine the solution for with  and  and write the closed form expression of the response.

2 (40 points)  A tuning fork is being evaluated with how it is damped by fluids with different viscosities. The damping ratios for these test fluids are . Plot  for this system assuming a natural frequency of  with the initial conditions

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COMP1710 Assignment + Report: Semester 1 2020

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COMP1710 Assignment + Report: Semester 1 2020 Summary of submission snapshot deadlines: Assignment Part 1: 11:00am Monday 30/03/2020 Break week 1 (06/04/2020) Assignment Part 2: 11:00am Monday 27/04/2020 Week 8 (04/05/2020) Assignment Part 3: 11:00am Monday 25/05/2020 Week 12 (01/06/2020) Report : 23:59 (11:59pm) Sunday 31/05/2020 Week 12 (07/06/2020) Assignment The purpose of the overall…

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CMPT 135: Assignment 1- A Dynamic String Array

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Assignment 1: A Dynamic String Array

In this assignment your task is to implement, and test, a set of functions that implement a dynamic array of strings.

Getting Started

For this assignment, put all the code you write into a single file named a1.cpp. that starts like this:

// a1.cpp

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//
// Student Info
// ------------
//
// Name : <put your full name here!>
// St.# : <put your full SFU student

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CMPT 135: An Object-oriented Dynamic String Array

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Assignment 2: An Object-oriented Dynamic String Array

In this assignment your task is to essentially re-do a assignment 1, but this time using object-oriented programming. The resulting str_vec class is much easier to use than the version in assignment 1 because it manages its memory automatically.

Getting Started

For this assignment, all the code you write should be put into a file named a2.cpp that looks like this:

// a2.cpp

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//
// Student Info
// ------------
//
// Name : <put your full name here!>
// St.# : <put your full SFU student

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