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Split into 2 milestones MILESTONE 1: The intent is for this to be Case 2.1, a portion of your completed project. If sufficient analysis is done, the majority, if not all of your work for the balance sheet analysis portion of your paper will be finished when you submit this. This submission allows me to give you feedback on your analysis so far before you complete and turn in your final paper. If sufficient analysis is done, little or no feedback will be given. More feedback will be given when more correction is needed. At least 1 page is expected. 2-3 sentences is not an appropriate analysis. I am expecting you to be analytical, not just descriptive. Do not just tell me which categories increased/decreased; analyze what might be behind the trends. Analyze lines, not sections. Milestone2: 5 page minimum! Did you prepare a Common Size Balance Sheet, Common Size Income Statement and a Summary Analysis (Cash Flows)?
Security in Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is new direction in Information Systems. the requested paper should include the following: 1- Abstract (1 page) 2- Introduction (2 pages) 3- Related Work/Literature Review (5 pages) 4- Propose a threat model or security controls for IaC 5- Conclusion the paper must be 10 pages (above 5 sections) WITHOUT counting the references page, also i need a soft copy (as attachment) for all references used in the text. The reference MUST be between 2015 till 2019. Note: I attached one reference paper as a help for the writer .It can used in related work section as a reference.
Discuss the basic tenets and assumptions of a research method that could be used to investigate your proposed dissertation topic. Analyze the practical and ethical challenges of employing this research method within the context of such a study and how those challenges will be addressed. Provide and evaluate the scholarly rationale for the selection of this research method as opposed to at least two other options. the topic is quantitative the dissertation topic is: the effects Identity (social identity and personal identity) and inclusion (actual inclusion and perceived insider status) and their predictive relationships with employee engagement (cognitive engagement, emotional engagement, and behavioral engagement) in support staff in health care systems.
Using the incredible detail presented in the military analysis of the EU and the US military forces, who do you think would win in a battle between the US and the EU?
Be the Commander-in-Chief (Military- style strategy) Prompt: Using the incredible detail presented in the military analysis of the EU and the US military forces, who do you think would win in a battle between the US and the EU? The video for this assignment is in Topic 4 (above). Note: This is a speculative “for fun” exercise. Neither I nor anyone I have ever met expect a war between the Eu and the US. Watch the video. Try to answer the above prompt as well as you can. Try to be convincing. Document Formatting and Submission: 1-2 page essay (This is a short length, so please craft carefully your writing). Submit via Turnitin.com (through iLearn, see below link). Double spaced 1″ margins all around 12 point font Use citations (in-text) and references (bibliography). See also the document PDF download “Citations and referencing help (examples)” at the top of this iLearn page. IMPORTANT NOTE: ALL written submissions MUST be in MS Word or PDF file format. NO OTHER FORMATS ARE ALLOWED. Thanks. Further, if you use PDF format, NO Graphics or pictures are allowed – Text-only or Turnitin will reject the submission. MS Word is probably your best choice (.docx format).
Just compare the media with “yellow press” and the muckrakers.
This is a follow up to a research proposal that I will include. This is a Human Resource Paper and is a 4th year course and the professor is very focused on language usage. The previous writer hired did not meet language expectation and Sources! The final paper is to be from 3,000 to 3,500 words per author, typed, double spaced, with one-sided printing. Sources: The paper is to involve an original library search and to be based primarily on academic journals and books, as follows: 1. Although this may vary depending on the chosen topic, students should make use of roughly five to ten reputable, reasonably current (e.g., last 5 to 10 years), published academic sources; Do NOT rely on non-academic search engines (e.g., Google) for your main sources — they often yield garbage, and your paper (and grade) will suffer as a consequence. 2. You are discouraged from relying on non-academic sources, such as magazines, newspapers, practitioner periodicals (usually, these have articles of under 10 pages and/or do not contain references), general practitioner-oriented books, encyclopaedias (including Wikipedia), or any sources of questionable objectivity (e.g., the Fraser Institute, the CIA web site). 3. Any non-academic sources must be attributable to a reputable institute, agency, or organization and must be properly referenced, so that they can be readily located on the net or elsewhere. 4. You should not rely extensively on class lectures, course readings, textbook sources, unpublished sources, or edited “survey” books (i.e., with separate chapters providing overviews of IR or HR in each of a number of different countries). 5. Unapproved use of material from other courses, students, or private sources will be considered an act of academic dishonesty, as will any of the actions identified on page 15 of this outline. Some pointers: 1) Papers must have good introductions, addressing what the paper is about, why this is of interest/importance, and how the paper is laid out (i.e., what is addressed and in what order). Introductions should be from half-a-page to a page-and-a-half. 2) The pages (excluding the title page) are to be numbered. 3) Papers should NOT normally rely on the framework used in class — although of use for pedagogical purposes, this framework does not lend itself to a coherent or in-depth analysis in a 10-15 page paper. 4) Use sub-headings to guide the reader through the paper, as per all course readings. 5) If the paper is to compare two or more countries, make sure that you are not just describing each in isolation from the other(s) — you need to actively compare, referring back and forth as you go. 6) Be careful on grammar, etc.. If the paper is not of university quality (i.e., minimal errors, typos, etc.), I cannot grant a pass and may reject the paper outright. Avoid the use of point form. 7) All material drawn directly from other sources must be cited. If this material is taken word-for-word, then it must be enclosed in quotations. If it is adapted, with word changes, it is important that this be made clear in a footnote. 8) Papers should have a concluding section summarizing and discussing what you have found. Suggested Journal Sources: The following does not include all possible quality sources. However, student grades will be positively affected if they draw on articles from one or more of them. British Journal of Industrial Relations (UK) Industrial Relations Journal (UK) Industrial and Labor Relations Review (U.S.) Industrial Relations (U.S.) International Journal of Human Resource Management (UK) Human Resource Management Journal (UK) Human Resource Management Review (US) European Journal of Industrial Relations (U.K.) Socio-Economic Review Work, Employment, and Society (U.K) Economic and Industrial Democracy (Sweden) Relations Industrielles (Canada) Journal of Industrial Relations (Australia) International Labour Review
The paper is heavy on research and the topic is about Comparing visible minority employment rate in Canada and Sweden. ADDITIONAL NOT: I would like the paper to focus on unions specifically when UNIONS are present in the organizations VS when UNIONS are NOT present in the workplace in BOTH countries. If you cannot find enough recent sources let me know so we can divide a new plan. It is imperative to use journals as sources. I have more detail about it in the description. I have attached the research proposal as a guideline
Part 3: Z-scores and Linear Regression This section will further investigate possible outliers in your data and investigate your initial hypothesis that your two variables are associated. Your project should be submitted as a professional report including everything from Part 1 and 2 using the following template. The description in italics indicates the information required in each section. (Part 1 and Part 2 of your project here) Z-Scores and Outliers Above, you decided whether you have any outliers for your two variables. A second definition of an outlier is for a point to lie more than 2 standard deviations from the mean. For each variable, find the data point farthest from the mean (it could be either above or below the mean). Find the z-score for each of these points. Based on the z-score, is either of these points considered an outlier by this definition? If so, was it also an outlier based on the fences for that variable (which you found in part 2)? Show all your calculations typed neatly using appropriate word processing software with a mathematics package (for example Equation Editor or MathType in MS Word). Linear Regression and Correlation In your research proposal (part 1) you discussed the relationship that might exist between your two quantitative variables. You are now going to examine this relationship using Linear Regression. Based on what you wrote in Part 1 of your project, state which variable you are selecting to be your explanatory (x) variable and which variable you are selecting to be your response (y) variable and explain why you made this decision. Create a scatterplot of your explanatory and response variable. It must look professional (hand drawn scatterplots will receive no credit). Indicate what technology was used and a brief description of the process. Based on your scatterplot, discuss the direction, form, and strength of the association using appropriate statistical terminology. Are there any suspected outliers or clusters? Is a linear model appropriate based on your scatterplot? Find the linear regression equation and report the correlation coefficient using your choice of technology. Indicate what technology was used and a brief description of the process. Does your correlation coefficient confirm your observations of the scatterplot from the previous section? Explain why or why not. Discussion Do the results of your linear regression and correlation analysis appear to confirm or contradict your initial belief that these variables were associated in some way? Critically evaluate this conclusion by addressing both the evidence in support of your conclusion about the purported relationship between your two variables, as well as cautions or problems with your data that would weaken your case. The form, shape, and strength of your scatterplot, as well as the strength of the correlation coefficient should be discussed in this evaluation. If your data contained outliers, explain how that impacts the validity of the model. Additionally, given the sampling method you used and the limitations you reported in part II, discuss how this might limit how your answer to your original supposition generalizes to the greater population.
Title page See requirements, including your personal quote, below. Two letters One letter to the Dean of the College of Health Human Services and Science One letter to the President of Ashford University The letters should indicate your close completion of your degree and how you believe the degree has supported your goals. (One letter draft was created in Week 2. A second letter must also be created. Personal resume Three writing examples They must exemplify knowledge associated with the developed psychological knowledge. Feedback from Week 2 should be applied. Essay The content of this essay should reflect your knowledge gained and how you will apply it in your future. Created Week 3. Feedback and revisions should be applied. A letter Addressed to a person of your choosing that shares your soon completion of your degree. The letter should summarize your experiences and knowledge gained. In addition, discuss your suggestions to your recipient for successfully completing school. (Originally submitted in Week 4) Journal goal analysis Developed in the Week 2 Journal. References list Must include all items cited throughout your packet. Formatted in APA Style.
how the RFID cloner works what the steps of the RFID cloner that we can use it to copy the access card of the vip rooms
I have a capstone project which is we have to select a target a place or a company to hack the IOT that they are using what the process of the IOT in order to steal something we will not do it for real we will just fake a scenario and the scenario is: we will target a room in the hotel in the vip floor to steal money from the rooms so our IOT is the room access card scanner and the camera. so we will use the RFID cloner to copy the access card of the room from the staff(cleaner who clean the rooms in the vip floor) so I want you to write for me how the RFID cloner works what the steps of the RFID cloner that we can use it to copy the access card of the vip rooms. and there is one more thing the camera I need the steps that we will use to hack the cameras of the hotels and to let the screen of the camera stay repeated.
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