ITECH 7409: Software Testing Assignment 2: Working in Agile Environment and Developing Detailed Test Plans with a Test Management Tool

ITECH 7409: Software Testing
Assignment 2: Working in Agile Environment and Developing Detailed Test
Plans with a Test Management Tool
Due Date: Thursday, September 26, 2019 – 16:00
Weighting: 20%
Submission: via Moodle
Special Remark: The description of the assignment is the continuation of Assignment-1. This assignment
is a GROUP assessment, where one submission is made per group and all individuals in the group receive
the same grade. There should be 2-3 students in each group.
Refer to Course Description, especially in regard to: Extensions, Special Consideration, Late Submissions,
and Plagiarism.
***Beware about the late penalty mentioned in the course description***
Purpose:
The purposes of the assignment:
• Practice and improve your team working skills
• Write professional level testing documentation
• Develop a good understanding of professional industry standards for software testing
• Practice an Agile Testing environment and use of Agile toolchains
Description:
Consider the following Class Diagrams of Figure 1. The class (called Repository) contains 3 types of data
for multiple persons. The attributes are Name, Phone, and Address, and they are grouped as Info. That is,

ICT 101 Discrete Mathematics for IT Assessment # 4 – Group Assignment

2000 words, you can choose any topic from the question.
ICT 101 Discrete Mathematics for IT
Assessment # 4 – Group Assignment
Trimester 2, 2019
Overview of Assignment
Students will work in groups of 2-3 on a mathematical investigation. Students will be given a problem
scenario including suggestions for modelling and exploration. They will have to analyse, design and
construct a mathematical model and investigate its solution and describe their conclusions in mathematical
and/or graphical form.
The report length can be around 5 – 10 pages. The report must have a short statement of the contributions
of each group member
Task Description: Written Report
Your group will be exploring one Mathematical problem and its uses in the real world. You are to write a
report on your findings.
Your group can choose one from the following problems or your group can choose to come up with your
own. However, after forming group and deciding on the topic to work on your group must meet their
respective tutor to get an approval.
The problems your group can choose from are:
• Polynomial Evaluation algorithm
• Algorithm for constructing an Euler circuit

Assignment 1. This report should build upon both components of your Assessment 1 and it should be developed with the help of the tutor/co-ordinator feedback.

i have included everything in the file please read the whole file making the assessment
PLEASE FOLLOW THIS FILE WHILE MAKING ASSESSMENT
This is an individual, written assessment, to be completed in report format. You are required to write
around 3,000 words (+/- 10%), excluding title page, preliminaries, tables, figures, reference list and
appendices. The report requires in-text referencing and a full reference list in APA style, with evidence
that you have critically read and integrated a minimum of 20 suitable scholarly references.
The purpose of this assessment is to present the final report of the Professional Project you proposed in
Assignment 1. This report should build upon both components of your Assessment 1 and it should be
developed with the help of the tutor/co-ordinator feedback.
In order to successfully complete Assessment 2, you are required to carry out the investigation you have
proposed in Assessment 1 and produce a professional research report that shows that you have followed
through from finding a research question to answering that question and developing recommendations that
arise from your findings. The report will follow the typical structure of a research report and will need to
include the following:
• Project title
• Introduction (which must include some justification of your topic and your projects aim and research
question(s))
• Critical literature review
• A detailed presentation of how you carried out your project (commensurate with a Methods chapter)
• Findings from your secondary data analysis
• Discussion of findings in light of your previously reviewed literature

CT115 Introduction to Systems Design Task 2 ATMC

CT115
Introduction to Systems Design
Task 2
ATMC
Semester 2, 2019
Assessment and Submission Details
Marks: 35% of the Total Assessment for the Course
Due Date: 11:59pm Monday, Week 12
Submit your assignment to Blackboard Task 2. Please follow the submission instructions in Blackboard.
The task is an individual assignment and will be marked out of a total of 100 marks and forms 35% of the
total assessment for the course. ALL assignments will be checked for plagiarism by SafeAssign system
provided by Blackboard automatically.
Refer to your Course Outline or the Course Web Site for a copy of the “Student Misconduct, Plagiarism
and Collusion” guidelines. Academic Integrity Information.
Assignment submission extensions will only be made using the official USC Guidelines.
Requests for an extension to an assignment MUST be made to the course coordinator prior to the date of
submission and requests made on the day of

The Assignment 3 Specification and Marking Criteria Some Theoretical Issues in Distributed Systems

The Assignment 3 Specification and Marking Criteria
Some Theoretical Issues in Distributed Systems
In the assignment, you are to address some theoretical issues in the area of distributed systems or
distributed computing. You will need to demonstrate your understanding of these theoretical issues or
competence to apply these theoretical issues. These theoretical issues have been introduced by this unit
through the textbook, weekly lectures or tutorials/labs. You will need to review these learning materials to
address the following questions and prepare to do personal research if necessary.
Please note: copying from the unit learning materials or internet resources cannot show your
understanding of the following issues, but may incur plagiarism or loss of marks. Thus you will need to
address the following issues in your own word with proper in-text citations and references.
Question 1
Address the following issues that are related to replication and fault tolerance.
1. Explain the difference between the passive replication model and active replication model.
2. Explain the difference between the crash of a server and the Byzantine failure of a server.
Assume the active replication and passive replication models are available for fault tolerance.
3. If s of s+1 servers crash, explain whether the passive or active model is still fault-tolerant.
4. If s of 2s+1 servers have byzantine faults, explain whether the passive or active model is still faulttolerant.
Question 2
Recall the internet Domain Name System (DNS), which is detailed in the Week 7 unit contents and
practised by Week 8 and Week 9 lab tasks, and answer the following questions.

COIT 20268 – Responsive Web Design (RWD)

COIT 20268 – Responsive Web Design (RWD)
(Term 2 – 2019)
– Portfolio 2
– Practical Assessment 2
Background
Hobby & Collectibles, is a sole-proprietor with a proper shop front (i.e. an actual physical building where
business is conducted). They have contracted you to develop a website for this shop. You have been
provided with the following initial and technical specifications.
Memo: Website Requirements
From: Hobby & Collectibles, Senior Management
To : WIMP Engineering R&D Consultants
Specification
Design and develop a website to provide information to customers who wants to visit the shop. The goal is
to allow customers to obtain an overview of the shop layout and to find details of items available from the
shop. The website is not an online shopping site. The website’s main goal is to provide information to
customers who want to visit the shop in person.
Resources
Resources such as images and details of opening hours can be found in ProResource.ZIP. The content of
the ZIP file is:
1. Four folders named antiques, coins, origami and stamps. Each folder contain images relating to the
different types of items indicated by the name of its folder.

The Assignment 3 Specification and Marking Criteria Some Theoretical Issues in Enterprise Computing Architecture

The Assignment 3 Specification and Marking Criteria
Some Theoretical Issues in Enterprise Computing Architecture
In this assignment, you are to address some theoretical issues in the area of enterprise computing
architecture. You will need to demonstrate your understanding of these theoretical issues or competence to
apply these theoretical issues. These theoretical issues have been introduced by this unit through the
textbook, weekly lectures or tutorials/labs. You will need to review these learning materials to address the
following questions and prepare to do personal research if necessary.
Please note: copying from the unit learning materials or internet resources cannot show your
understanding of the following issues, but may incur plagiarism or loss of marks. Thus you will need to
address the following issues in your own word with proper citation and reference.
Question 1 (4 Marks)
Answer the following questions that are related to JPA.
1. On completion of the lab projects of this unit, you have used a number of JPA configuration files
persistence.xml. You have noticed that transaction-type=-RESOURCE_LOCAL (e.g. Week 1 project) or
transaction-type=-JTA- (e.g. Week 5 project) is used in the configuration files. Describe the difference of
using these JPA configuration properties.
2. Using Week 5 project as an example, @PersistenceContext(unitName =
-W5P1EJBModulePU-) is the only one in the source code that is referencing to a JPA persistence unit, and
you haven’t seen any physical database names in the source code of the project. Describe how this logic
name W5P1EJBModule

3006MKT Service Design and Standard Report Background Information

3006MKT Service Design and Standard Report
Background Information
In this report, you will need to conduct a marketing audit on a service company of your choice. Marketing
audit is a systematic investigation of a company’s current marketing activities with a view to identifying
problem areas and recommending a plan of improvement. The company should offer service products
which are service dominant rather than goods dominant, for example, local mover, travel agent, gym,
hotel, hairdresser rather than a supermarket, café or restaurant. In addition, you are not allowed to choose
an airline company because we will use it for class activities to illustrate various sections of this report.
Understanding the Customer, Competitor, and Company or the analysis of 3 Cs (see chapter 3) will
provide a good direction for the marketing audit. After the analysis of the 3Cs, your team will then
examine three areas of current services marketing activities (i.e., service blueprint, physical evidence,
customer service) and provide recommendations to make an improvement on the current strategy. The
recommendations should offer a strategic fit for the company. You are only required to conduct secondary
research (using public available data) for this assignment.
Some companies are large and offer a portfolio of services; therefore students should narrow their scope in
the report and state the scope they are analysing (e.g., Telstra prepaid Mobile). The service company
should be one which you can easily get information on, for example, media, website, or which you have
previously worked in or have experiences as a consumer of the service.
Submission
1. Service company/organisation profile (see Learning@Griffith)
Due Date: No later than week 5, please submit a hardcopy to your tutor

HI6028 Unit Title Taxation Theory, Practice & Law

HOLMES
INSTITUTE
FACULTY OF
HIGHER
EDUCATION
Assessment Details and Submission Guidelines
Trimester T2 2019
Unit Code HI6028
Unit Title Taxation Theory, Practice & Law
Assessment Type Assignment
Assessment Title Individual Assignment
Purpose of the assessment (with
ULO Mapping) Students are required to follow the instructions by your lecturer to confirm any relevant
information. You also need to follow any relevant announcement on Blackboard to confirm the due date
and time of the assignment.
The individual assignment will assess students on the following learning outcomes:
1. Demonstrate an understanding of the Australian income tax system, the concepts of income and
deductions, CGT, FBT, GST general anti-avoidance provisions and income tax administration. (ULO 1).
2. Identify and critically analyse taxation issues. (ULO 2).
3. Interpret the relevant taxation legislations and case law. (ULO 3).
4. Apply taxation principles to real life problems. (ULO 4).

HM2022 Unit Title Organisational Structure and Effectiveness

HOLMES INSTITUTE
FACULTY OF
HIGHER EDUCATION
Assessment Details and Submission Guidelines
Trimester T2 2019
Unit Code HM2022
Unit Title Organisational Structure and Effectiveness
Assessment Type Individual Assignment
Assessment Title The impact of organisational structure on management innovation and performance
Purpose of the assessment (with ULO Mapping) Students are required to perform academic research on
any nominated Australian company or organisation and assess the effectiveness of the current structure
and strategies in terms of management innovation and overall performance
Weight 20 % of the total assessments
Total Marks 20 marks
Word limit Not more than 2000 words
Due Date Sunday in week 10 by 11:59pm
Submission Guidelines • All work must be submitted on Blackboard by the due date along with a
completed Assignment Cover Page.
• The assignment must be in MS Word format, double spacing, 12-pt Arial font and 2.5 cm margins on all
four sides of your page with appropriate section headings and page numbers.
• Reference sources must be cited in the text of the report, and listed appropriately at the end in a reference