IMAT5262 Research, Ethics And Professionalism In Computing

IMAT5262 Research, Ethics And Professionalism In Computing

Task:

Task Description

In order to cover the topics of the module, the coursework will consist of an extended research proposal. The topic of the proposal is to be suggested by the student. If you would like to consult on the topic.The topic must be within the broad area of the module, i.e. social and ethical consequences of computing and information technology. Students should submit a different piece of work for their resit. 

Students should then do more detailed research on the topic, undertake a literature review that shows the relevance of the topic and develop a suitable methodology that would allow them to answer it.

The structure of the proposal should include: 

Title

Abstract

Background / introduction

Research question (should be clear, focused, unambiguous, achievable)

Review of relevant literature, which demonstrates that the research question covers a gap in the literature

Critical review of applicable research methodologies, which discusses available methodologies with regards to the research question, issues of data collection and analysis. Choice of methodology should be clearly justified

3.Literature Review 3 or 4 pages that details the topic,

past developments and history

current situation

ethical issues etc

identifying the gap in knowledge that needs to be addressed.

Section 1 – Review

at least 2 approaches should be detailed (qualitative, quantitative etc)

at least 5 techniques should be discussed (case study, interview, questionnaire….etc)

at least 2 analysis methods should be discussed (statistics, thematic analysis etc)

Section 2 – Selection

identify and explain which tools, techniques, methodology you will be using in the proposal

provide your reasoning for selection

ENS5543 Engineering Management

ENS5543 Engineering Management

On completion of this unit, students should be able to: 
1. Identify and assess organisational structures and management strategies within engineering teams for planning and execution of engineering projects.
2. Explain the ethical and professional responsibilities of a Professional Engineer in managing and implementing engineering projects including consideration of indigenous/cross cultural, occupational health and safety, and sustainability issues.
3. Develop a project plan for a small to medium scale engineering project using appropriate tools and techniques.
4. Apply effective team work skills to produce a range of engineering project and planning documentation.
You are to imagine that you are part of a junior engineering team assigned by the management of an engineering firm to produce a report discussing the implementation plan for a proposed project. In your groups you will need to do the following:
1. Select an engineering based project (either an existing one or one created by you).   
2. Evaluate current industry best practices as they relate to organisational and project management in medium and large scale engineering enterprises.
3. Research new engineering and project management approaches and reflect critically on their significance to engineering practice. 
4. Prepare the following:
 A full scope
 A complete work breakdown structure (WBS) including cost and duration estimates for all work packages
 A Gantt chart identifying task interdependencies and milestones
 A complete PERT chart with a clear indication of the critical path and possible slack/float times.
5. Provide recommendations for this case study as informed by your research into industry best practice (in particular, using  project management tools/processes)
ENS5543 Engineering Management

directional derivative

directional derivative

Given:

f is a multivariable function defined by f(x, y) = x^3y – x^2y^2 where x and y are real variables

A.  Pick a specific point P0 = (a, b, f(a, b)) on the surface z = f(x, y), other than (0, 0, 0) or (3, 21, -3402).

Note: You may use whimsical values for a and b, such as the month and day of your birthday. For example, March 21st becomes a=3 and b=21, so the 3rd coordinate is f(3, 21) = -3402.

1.  Calculate the directional derivative of the vector in the direction of greatest increase of the surface at P0. Use algebra and/or calculus techniques and justify all work.

2.  Find a direction vector in which the directional derivative of f(x, y) at P0 is equal to zero. Use algebra and/or calculus techniques and justify all work.

 

Describe some difficulties in processing msw

Describe some difficulties in processing msw

 

Category : Bold Essays Writing

1. All of the following are used to move refuse EXCEPT:
rubber-belted conveyors.

live-bottom hoppers.

screw conveyors.

leachate.

2. All of the following are forms of size reduction in solid waste management EXCEPT:

shearing.

shredding.

grinding.

picking.

3. Two major considerations in the design of MSW storage facilities are:

public health and rain.

fire and public health.

chemical fires and trespassing of the outside public.

power requirements of shredders and fires.

4. __________ is a process of separation by size.

Rejecting

Screening

Coding

Cascading

5. Compute the rotor speed of a shredder. The shredder’s motor inertia is 75,000 lb-ft2, starting time is 30 seconds, and power is 80 kW.

9.9 rpm

13.3 rpm

228 rpm

264 rpm

6. __________ respond to the problem of separating nonferrous metals from the remainder of refuse and depend on the ability of metals to conduct electrical currents.

Eddy current separators

Magnets

Shredders

Air classifiers

7. All of the following are forms of modified classifiers EXCEPT:

constricted.

pulsed flow.

zig-zag.

electrostatic precipitators.

8. Two methods that are presently used to reduce the damage when explosions occur in refuse shredders are:

dynamite and gunpowder.

gasoline and gunpowder.

venting and flame suppression.

dynamite and venting.

9. The operation of the cyclone causes particles that have a greater mass to move __________ towards the high-velocity rotating wall.

outward

inward

across

slowly

10. One of the first size reduction devices used for solid waste processing was the __________.

slow-speed shredder

refuse-derived fueling system

hammermill

electric motor

11. Explain how magnets are used as electromechanical separators. Describe their usage in detail, and explain some potential problems with their usage. What are some advantages?

12. Describe some difficulties in processing MSW. Identify and explain some of the methods that are used to process MSW. Provide detailed examples. In terms of the processing, which application do you feel is more beneficial than others?

Describe some difficulties in processing msw