Subject: Computer science Topic: Binary heap Paper details:

Subject: Computer science

 

Topic: Binary heap

 

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Binary heap that we studied in class is one of the heap structures. Please read about “Binomial Heap” and “Fibonacci Heap” and answer the following questions – Please briefly define “Binomial Heap” and “Fibonacci Heap”, assuming min-heaps for all. What are the major difference among “Binary Heap”, “Binomial Heap”, and “Fibonacci Heap” in terms of “insert” and “delete (min)” operations? What is the merge operation? What are the running times of the merge operation for “Binomial Heap” and “Fibonacci Heap” using the big O notation?

Topic: A Historical Book Review of Glenn C. Altschuler’s All Shook Up: How Rock ‘N’ Roll Changed America

Topic: A Historical Book Review of Glenn C. Altschuler’s All Shook Up: How Rock ‘N’ Roll Changed America

 

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**I “added pdf file” below that I outline here; I highlighted the main points/topics my professor stressed: _______________________________________ A critical book review is a thoughtful discussion of a text’s contents, strengths, and limitations. A book review should reflect your capacity to read critically and to evaluate an author’s arguments and evidence. Compose your review as you would any essay, with an argument supported by evidence, and a clear, logical structure. Initial Steps: 1. Read the book carefully, taking notes on material that you think may be relevant or quotable and on your impressions of the author’s ideas and arguments. 2. Determine the author’s principal argument, the chief themes of the text, the kinds of evidence used, and the way in which the author uses them. Organizing the Review: 1. All reviews begin with bibliographic information: the author’s name, the book’s full title, place of publication, publisher, edition, date, pagination, and cost, if known. 2. In no more than two paragraphs, introduce the book. Give your initial appraisal of the work, including your key observation on the text. This key observation will be your thesis. Try not to begin with a flat statement such as “This book is interesting.” Begin with an anecdote, a challenging quotation, or a key observation. 3. Follow with descriptive analysis and evaluation of the text. You may either treat these topics separately, first describing the book’s contents, the author’s argument, presentation, and evidence, and then offering your own evaluation, or you may weave the two together. In either case, a. clearly set out the author’s purpose in writing the book, and whether or not you think the author has succeeded. b. describe the author’s arguments and the themes of the book, and give your appraisal of their validity and effectiveness. c. describe the sources and evidence the author uses to prove his case, and evaluate their appropriateness and sufficiency. What are the author’s sources? Should the author have used more, or different, sources? d. Comment on the author’s organization and writing style. 4. Conclude. Here you may make more general remarks about the text and the ideas presented in it. If you have not already done so, indicate whether you feel the book is worthwhile, and for what audience. Is the book outstanding? Will it make a lasting contribution to its field, or is it less satisfactory? Writing a Book Review Questions to Consider: Although you should not use the following questions as some sort of laundry list of “things to include” (dull for us all), you may wish to consider them as you prepare and write your review. Analysis of Content: 1. What is the author’s principal argument? What are her/his conclusions? 2. What does the author choose to emphasize? 3. Does the author’s presentation contradict or refute alternative interpretations? 4. What methods of analysis does the author employ? 5. What sorts of evidence does the author employ? 6. Who is the author? Is he/she qualified to write this work? 7. When was the work written? How relevant is it today? Evaluation of Content: 1. Is the book convincing in style and substance? Why or why not? 2. Does the author accomplish her/his purpose? 3. Is the author fair to his/her subjects, or is the author overly biased? Is the book accurate or misleading? 4. Does the author describe but not analyze? 5. Does the author treat all available data equally well? 6. Are all arguments in the book equally well supported? Is the book marred by generalizations or speculations? 7. Is the author’s use of evidence adequate and convincing? 8. Does the author omit possible alternative interpretations? Is the author’s approach flexible, or is it dogmatic? 9. Is the book well-organized? Are all parts of the book equally well reasoned and developed? 10. Is the book well written, or is it in some way repetitive, obscure, or confusing? 11. To whom would the book appeal? What audience did the author intend?

Subject: Women and gender studies Topic: “The Rocking Horse Winner

Subject: Women and gender studies

 

Topic: “The Rocking Horse Winner

 

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We’re writing a narrative the prompt is “Three months after Paul’s death, Hester has a conversation with Paul’s sister about Paul’s death and the fact that the house constantly reminds the family that there must be more money, there must be more money”. language and the demeanor should fit

Rubrics 3 Page of Narrative and 1 Page of reflective Focus

Rubrics
3 Page of Narrative and 1 Page of reflective
Focus – Use first person and dialogue to show rather than TELL an important even in the writer’s life and the insight that he/she has gained as a result of the experience.
Content – Narrative and Reflective
Uses appropriate method of development (Narrative and Reflective). Character, Plot, Conflict, Tension, and Theme
Uses sophisticated rather than superficial detail development for the Narrative and Reflective.
Uses the writer’s experience to make a generalization of life: Clearly expresses this statement of significance, and the writer Shows rather than TELLS change/impact on his/her life.
Organization
Uses an effective organization strategy, such as chronological order or flashback.
Uses transitional words and phrases to show relationships among ideas and maintain coherence within and between paragraphs.
Style
Word Choice
Uses active, vivid verbs and no more than 2 “to be” or passive verbs per paragraph.
Uses at least three different pieces of figurative language.
Maintains consistent first-person point of view.
Uses precise word choice
No umbrella words.
No contractions.
Sentence Variety:
Uses bi more than ½ as “subject first” pattern.
Uses at least 3 different types of sentence openers per body paragraph.
Uses all sentence openers at least once in paper
Uses no more than ½ simple sentences.
Uses N2SSWTSW rule – No 2 Sentences starts with the same word.
Uses an average sentence length per paragraph of approximately 20-23 WPS
Conventions
Uses correct grammar, usage, and mechanics
No fragments, run-ons, agreement errors, or punctuations errors exist.
Writer has incorporated the comma, semi-colon, and colon appropriately.

Characters – Son and Father
Plot: on a Summer day in 2017, son wants to join a private Ivy league school. Father states that has to deserve to desire, then states that he has to improve his English composition(English) in general.
Finally, son reflects on his weakness and decides to join a community college and a public school for undergraduate. After improving his English skills and scoring good marks in other subjects, he would join Public Ivy league school for his Masters.

List at least six things that happen in the story.
Conflict
Tension
Theme
Reflective part of Essay
Why do I remember this experience more closely than any others?
What was most important to me during this experience – my own behavior or the behavior of others?
What different emotions did I go through during the experience?
Why did my emotions change?
Summarizing
Write a one sentence statement summarizing what happens at the beginning of your narrative.
Write a one sentence statement summarizing what happens in the middle of your narrative.
Write a one sentence statement summarizing what happens at eh end of your narrative
Meanings
List three words or phrases that summarize the subjects of your narrative. What is the story about?
Example: guilt, loss, friendship, nature, pride, etc.
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Message
Use your list of meanings to write a sentence which expresses what can be learned about life and living from your narrative.
Example: Through the loss of my grandmother, I came to appreciate what her life was about, love of family and caring for others.

Make me a preliminary report according to my business plan. The paper is attached to the file section and it’s

Make me a preliminary report according to my business plan. The paper is attached to the file section and it’s title “Answers to a preliminary report.” I answered most of them please provide an answer to the bolded section that has no answers. I will also attach the guidelines and copy of the business plan project you guys made. Please follow the TAS 4510 -CAPSTONE SEMINAR PRELIMINARY REPORT GUIDELINES AND PUT THE ANSWERS TO THE ANSWERS TO THE QUESTIONS OF PRELIMINARY REPORT.
You will have some of the information to the business plan project. This is an only preliminary report, there will be a final report on the next order, so follow the guidelines what is said. Since I am doing a social media advertisement as a part of my strategies plan could you make a graph that from Facebook or Instagram as to show that I am doing the social media marketing just a sample graph or an image.
TEACHER’S INSTRUCTIONS:
The preliminary report has to be submitted about half way through the semester.
Develop this preliminary report based on the approved project proposal with a view to expand it into a full-fledged final report.
Include as much information in this report as possible based on the preliminary report guidelines (attached)
Do not leave headings as placeholders intended for final report.
Use a list format (letters and/or numbers) for main headings and use a bulleted or numbered format for subheadings.
I expect the report to be at least three pages long.
RUBRIC:
Name:
Score
1
Your name, title, file name beginning with last name
1
2
Organization (Headings, sub-headings, bullets)
3
3
Introduction and Conclusion
2
4
Project Description, Details of organization/people involved
5
5
Marketing/Promotion
2
6
Milestone achieved and remaining phases
7
7
Organizational Plan (Budget)
2
8
Meets other deliverables (subjective based on quality)

Topic: Organizational Leadership in the Early Church Paper details:

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4A – Organizational Leadership in the Early Church Content: Using the Barentsen text, discuss the nature, call and praxis of leadership in the Early Church. Explore how theological beliefs influenced organizational structures. Strengthen your observations with appropriate examples from the emerging research literature in Biblical leadership studies. Barentsen, J. (2011). Emerging Leadership in the Pauline Mission: A Social Identity Perspective on Local Leadership Development in Corinth and Ephesus. Pickwick Publications. 978-1-61097-244-4 (346 Pages). Osborne, G. R. (2006). The Hermeneutical Spiral: A Comprehensive Introduction to Biblical Interpretation. IVP Academic. 978-0830828265 (Chapters 12-13; 32 Pages)

Research Paper Research and read information from reliable nutrition sources,

Research Paper Research and read information from reliable nutrition sources, including print media and the Internet on topics related to the prevention, treatment, and management of diet-related diseases, medical conditions, or eating disorders. This paper should follow APA standards and the written report should include a title page, two-page summary (minimum), and at least two citation/reference sources. Research Presentation Create a PowerPoint presentation based on the information from your nutrition research topic. Be creative and informative. Your presentation should leave the audience wanting more and with a complete understanding of your topic. This is a good time/opportunity for you to practice your skills in patient education. Be prepared to answer any questions that your fellow classmates or instructor may have. The presentation should be 10 – 15 minutes in length, and your visual aid needs to be a PowerPoint presentation, but you can add any additional items that you feel could enhance the learning experience. There should be 10 slides minimum, but no more than 25, and should include graphics. The presentation should include a title page and at least two citation/reference sources.

Subject: Management Topic: Consultancy Report

All the required information is in the attached word document. I am also emailing a video for the writer to watch in relation to the report.

Module Title: Consultancy
Module Learning Outcomes:
1. Demonstrate an understanding of how to identify client needs and be able to develop appropriate research strategies for consultancy interventions
2. Appraise the importance of expert tools and techniques to a consultant
3. Evaluate the relationship between strategic management, leadership and leadership styles and principles that support organisational ethical and value based approaches to leadership
4. Evaluate the application of leadership strategies and the impact on organisational direction
Assessment Brief:
You are a new consultant working for International Management Consultancy (IMC, a fictional consultancy firm).
You are required to complete ONE consultancy project out of a choice of four employer scenarios [See the link to the Employer videos] which must be completed by the assignment deadline.
With reference to your chosen employer scenario, produce a 3500-word report which will be assessed on the following areas:
1. An analysis of the company’s strategic position,Marks 30%
2. A set of recommendations to address the issues identified, Marks 10%
3. An evidence-informed implementation strategy,Marks 30%
4. A reflection on key learning from the module, Marks 10%
Organisation/academic writing, Marks 10%
Referencing, Marks 10%
Total Marks Out of 100%

You are required to follow the IMC consultancy report structure below.
Section 1: An analysis of the company’s strategic position (1500 words)
1. Provide an overview of the company you have chosen.
2. Identify and apply appropriate tools and techniques to analyse
A) The internal environment of the company
B) The external environment of the company
3. This analysis of the company’s strategic position should include:
a) Leadership and communication
b) The company culture including its ethical and value base
c) The company’s position in the sector
d) A critical evaluation of the strengths and limitations of the tools and techniques you have used
e) The client needs
4. Summarise your key findings and the significant issues that you would advise the company to address
NOTE: This section refers to Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3 and is worth 30 marks
Section 2: Recommendations to the organisation (500 words)
2: Recommendations
1. Based on your analysis in Section 1, propose a set of recommendations for the company.
2. Ensure that each recommendation is clear, has appropriate detail, is justified and is feasible in this context.
3. It is essential that you refer to the leadership of the company
NOTE: This section refers to Learning Outcome 1 and is worth 10 marks
Section 3: Implementation (1000 words)
1. Based on Section 2, explain how the company would implement the recommendations put forward to support the changes in its strategic direction.

2. This section will include analysis of the following:

a) Leadership styles – this must include reference to different leadership styles supported by theories, models and/or evidence.

b) Communicating the vision to the key stakeholders

c) Leadership strategy and the impact on organisational direction
3. This section considers the actions that should be taken by the company in order to achieve the recommendations that you have described above.
4. Provide a summary for this report.
NOTE: This section refers to Learning Outcomes 3 and 4 and is worth 30 marks
Section 4: Critical Reflection (500 words)
All students, particularly at postgraduate level, need to reflect critically on the learning experience.
Using a reflective model of your choice (e.g. Gibbs reflective cycle), consider the following question:
1. How you might apply your learning and knowledge from this module to your own area of study and future career aspirations?
NOTE: this section is worth 10 marks
Remember: In this assignment you need to apply some of the tools and methods that have been referred to in the workshops and learning journeys and discuss their relevance to the client’s situation. You will gain extra marks by citing appropriate references to support your arguments throughout. You will need to provide information on how you have gathered and sourced key information for your report.
• Organisation/academic writing is worth 10 marks
• Referencing is worth 10 marks

This is the Marking Criteria for a Distinction 70%+

Employer Case 3.
Emma Hines
Senior Manager – Sustainable Construction Tarmac a CRH company
Tarmac is the UK’s leading sustainablebuilding materials and construction solutions company
www.tarmac.com
Below is a brief synopsis of the interview with Emma Hines, Employer Case 3.It is essential to watch the video to understand the employer’s information in order to satisfactorily answer the question that is to be the basis of your assignment if you chose this Employer Case.(The video will be sent separately to this word document).
Tarmac is a leading building materials group with 27bn Euro turnover and 6,900 employees. They are the leading producer of aggregates, asphalt, readymix, concrete cement and other building products. Their products are used in a wide range of construction projects including new homes, offices, schools, hospitals, bridges, roads and flood defenses.
Tarmac provides the materials used to build our infrastructure and an aspect of central concern is sustainability and the Future of Cities. This involves energy conservation, environment friendly materials, and the circular economy.
‘Cities are complex systems and centers for innovation and growth. The 64 largest cities in the UK make up just 9% of the landmass but account for 54% of the population, 58% of jobs and 60% of UK GDP.’

Consideration may involve these 4 areas:
• Urban development and infrastructure
• Environment and natural resources
• Society and community
• Housing/affordable housing

All these aspects have engineering and a social dimension with a wide range of stakeholders so that attitudes and perceptions will be key to leveraging change. Tarmac would like ………University GPD CMI students to consider:
BELOW IS THE QUESTION THAT IS TO BE ANSWERED AS THE FOCUS OF YOUR ASSIGNMENT IF YOU CHOSE THIS EMPLOYER CASE.

‘What stakeholders will need to be involved in the infrastructure construction of sustainable future cities and how should their leadership and management be approached.’

Recommended Reading:
• Johnson, G., et al., (2017) Exploring Strategy; Text and Cases, 11th ed., Edinburgh: Pearson Education Limited
• Kelly, P., (2009) International Business and Management. Hampshire: Cengage Learning EMEA,
• Langford, D., and Male, S. (2008) Strategic management in construction. John Wiley & Sons
• Project Manager: leader or manager?
http://www.projectmanagerpad.com/2012/12/project-manager-leader-or-manager.html

Assignment 3 Requirement Assignment 3 Reflective writing aims to get you to think

Assignment 3 Requirement

Assignment 3 Reflective writing aims to get you to think
about your learning and understand your learning experiences.

When students writing Assignment 3 need to follow steps:

1. Evaluate the effectiveness and your usefulness of the learning experience

Make judgements that are clearly connected to observations you have made. Answer the questions:

– What is your opinion about learning experience?
– What is the value of this experience?

2. Explain how this learning process will be useful to you

Consider: In what ways might this learning experience serve you in:

– course
– program
– future career
– life generally

Answer the question: ‘How you will transfer or apply your new knowledge and
insights in the future?’

3. Describe objectively what happened in the learning process

Give the details of what happened in the learning process. Answer the question:
‘What you did, read, see, and hear?

4. Evaluate what you learn

Make judgments connected to observations you have made in the Business
Research. Answer the question: ‘How Business Research was useful for your
Research Learning Process?’

5. Explain your learning process:

New insights, connections with other learning, your feelings, hypotheses,
conclusions. Answer the questions:
‘What was the reason you did particular activities (Assignment 1, Assignment 2?

6. Explain Plan how this learning you will applied

Comment on its relevance to your research subject, your course, future profession,
life… Answer the question: ‘How might this learning apply in your future?’