Design and Analysis of Information Systems (MAS)
- Introduction
The “Design and Analysis of Information Systems” course is devoted to practising the skills that are necessary for transition from a conceptual model (the product of the analysis and requirements specification phase in software development life cycle) into a specific implementation environment, either object-oriented or relational. Students learn some conceptual features that have no direct
Create a console ‘C’ application to perform the following three input logic functions
Task 1
Create a console ‘C’ application to perform the following three input logic functions. Your application should be user friendly.
- Logic Functions
- AND
- OR
- NAND
- NOR
- EXOR
- Shift Left
- Shift Right
All of the above binary functions has two inputs (AND,OR etc.) except Shift operations and the output must be displayed as binary number format. User could be asked to enter binary numbers to proceed with the specific operation. Error messages may be displayed,
COMP 1073 – Winter 2020 MODULE Three Project – An Adventure with Objects
COMP 1073 – Winter 2020 MODULE Three Project – An Adventure with Objects
Module Three was all about objects. From object literal syntax to constructor functions, inheritance and prototypes and even some new classy JS, we had quite the journey using this object-based language in an object-oriented way. Your Task: Using your knowledge of JavaScript object basics, constructor functions, inheritance, and prototypes, create a vacation property booking application (check out
Constraint Logic Programming (CLP) (Bratko, Chapter 7)
Constraint Logic Programming (CLP) (Bratko, Chapter 7)
It is a powerful paradigm for formulating and solving problems that can be naturally defined in terms of constraints among a set of variables. Solving such problems consists of finding such combinations of values of the variables that satisfy the constraints (called constraint satisfaction). CLP combines constraint approach and logic programming.
Additional resources https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Prolog/Constraint_Logic_Programming
Use a truth table to show that the propositions p ↔ q ↔ r and (p ↔ q) ∧ (q ↔ r) are not logically equivalent.
Assignment
Use a truth table to show that the propositions p ↔ q ↔ r and (p ↔ q) ∧ (q ↔ r) are not logically equivalent.
Write a program to input a positive integer n indicating the number of variables pi , and compute and print to standard output the corresponding truth table for (1). Each row of the output truth table should contain the truth values of the pi , the truth value
One Wellness Solution – Weight and Energy
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Exercise 1: Forecasting chicken wing demand
The following data represents the weekly demand for chicken wings at a local restaurant during the past six weeks:
Week |
1 |
2 |
3 |
4 |
5 |
6 |
Demand |
650 |
521 |
563 |
735 |
514 |
596 |
Complete the following:
a. Forecast the demand for week 7 using a five-period Moving average.
Write a program that will open a data file (“data.csv”) containing multiple rows and columns (no missing value)
COMP-5411 FA & FB Fall 2019 Assignment 1
This is NOT a group assignment
Due Date: Wednesday, October 9, 11:59 pm Late submission is NOT allowed.
1) Write a program that will open a data file (“data.csv”) containing multiple rows and columns (no missing value). Assume both your program and the data file are in the same directory so that explicitly mentioning the path is not required while loading the file. Each column represents a feature and each row is an instance.
CMSC 341 Data Structures — Projects & Support — Fall 2019
Project 2: Range Average Query
Due: Tuesday, October 8, before 9:00 pm
Addenda
- You may find it easier to store sums (rather than averages) in the RAQ and BlockRAQ data structures. If you choose to do this, your query() function must convert sums to averages. Also, your dump() function should print sums, not averages.
- You will need to include the cmath library in raq.cpp to use the sqrt() function. You may also include iostream (needed by dump()) and iomanip (optional, but allows for formatting of output).
Objectives
In this project, you will implement two different solutions for the Range Average Query problem, each with different asymptotic running times.