25 August 2015

What types of projects are suitable for capital budgeting analysisPaper instructions:
What types of projects are suitable for capital budgeting analysis? Before calculating present values of cash flows, managers must create or find these numbers. Where do these numbers come from? Why might a manager reject a project with a positive NPV? Why must managers take particular care when making capital budgeting projects?

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What types of projects are suitable for capital budgeting analysisPaper instructions:What types of projects are suitable for capital budgeting analysis? Before calculating present values […]


25 August 2015

Recent advances in networking

1. Consider a TCP connection between two points that are 200 km apart. Assume the transmission speed is 10
Mbps (10 220 bps) and the propagation speed is 200 108 meters/s. Assume 16-bit sequence number. The
TCP initially sends a segment of 1024 bytes and each time it receives an ACK it doubles the number of segments
it sends until the full capacity is reached.
(a) Calculate the initial RTT, assuming there is no other delay besides the transmission delay and propagation
delay.
(b) How long does it take to reach its full capacity?
(c) What is the maximum throughput?
(d) At full capacity, how long does it take for the sequence number to wrap around?
2. Prove that isomorphic graphs have the same degree sequence. But the converse is not true.
3. We have covered three approaches in building a layer-3 network topology,
i. Using network management tools such as traceroute to extract network connectivity.
ii. Using degree-based models to generate a topology.
iii. Using engineering-based models to generate a topology.
Briefly discuss (in your own words), which one gives you a more realistic topology in terms of:
(a) Time to build the topology.
(b) Core node degree.
(c) Edge node degree.
(d) The role of randomness in building the topology.
(e) Throughput performance.
(f) Utilization performance.
Illustrate by example if appropriate.
4. Arrayed-Waveguide Grating (AWG) is a passive optical device that routes each wavelength of an input to a
different output to provide non-blocking connectivity. In an AWG, the wavelength w of input port i is routed to
output port [(i + w

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Recent advances in networking 1. Consider a TCP connection between two points that are 200 km apart. Assume the transmission speed is 10Mbps (10 […]


25 August 2015

Summarize what you see as the major themes and/or arguments in the chapter or article

Write a 1500 words criticalreview.

1)      Fragniere, E., Nanchen, B. & Sitten, M. 2012. ‚‘Performing Service Design Experiments Using Ethnomethodology & Theatre-Based Reenactment: A Swiss Ski Resort Case Study‘, Service Science Journal, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp.89-100.


Please abide by the following pointers in writingyour review:
(1)        Summarize what you see as the major themes and/or arguments in the chapteror article,

(2)          Develop key issues for criticism (both positive pointsof praise and more negativeconcerns or worries), possibly using relevantbrief quotations whereappropriate. What is your reaction to what you have read based on your experience, the reading of other literature, and what you havegenerally learned about the topic on this course?

(3)          Be aware that you are expectedconnect to wider reading in reacting to the argument(s) of the set texts, demonstrating an advanced level of understanding of key perspectives, theories and conceptsthat inform contemporary notions of the particular discipline in question, as well as demonstrating an  in-depth critical awareness. You will need to referenceat least 6 other relevanttexts in each review.

You may use the following prompts to structureyour reaction:
    Are the ideas put forward expected?Challenging? New?  Logical?
    Are they consistent with what you know or with your wider reading?
    Do you agree/disagree with the argument?
    Do you think the article has any potentialapplications?
    Has  it  changed  your  thinking  about  the  topic  and  its  application   in  21st  century organizations in any way?

(4)          The style of the review shouldbalanced and critically constructive. Imagine that you are writing for a journalsuch as The Economist. Your task is to tell the reader why what you have read matters, or why it claims to matter but does not in fact achieve its ends. You need to highlight what it says, what is new, and what the limitations are.


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Summarize what you see as the major themes and/or arguments in the chapter or article Write a 1500 words criticalreview. 1)      Fragniere, E., Nanchen, […]


25 August 2015

Using Corporate Financial Reports across Borders. “Show me the Money”

Using Corporate Financial Reports across Borders. “Show me the Money”'



You are required to write 1500 words (each) critical review on the three book Chapters. The latter cover the field of International Accounting and are listed below:

Book:
International Accounting – A user perspective
2nd Edition, South-Western – Cengage Learning
Author –  Shahrokh M. Saudagaran

Chapter 5 – using Corporate Financial Reports across Borders
3. “Show me the Money” – Page 159



Instructions:

In writing your review, please abide by the following pointers:

1.      Look for originality of thought, thoroughness of case analysis, persuasive argumentation, consistent of case or article paradigms especially Positivism, Triangulation, Mundane realism, Randomization and Validity.

2.      Summarize the major theme or arguments in each Case

3.      Develop key criticisms (both positive and negative) giving concrete examples or quotes from the case.

4.      What is your reaction based on what you read on your experience and what have you learnt from this case.

5.      Be aware that you are expected to connect to a wider reading while analyzing your arguments and demonstrate an in-depth critical awareness. You will need to reference at least 6 other relevant texts in each review.
         You may use the following to structure your reaction:

·   Are the ideas put forward in the case changing or logical
·   Do you agree /disagree with the argument
·   Do you think the case has any potential application

The style of your review should be balanced and critically constructive. You imagine you are writing in a journal – you need to convince the reader that what you wrote matters, did it achieve its ends?, what is new and what are the limitations?

Final comments:

Your review should be developed along a coherent and well-documented analysis. Your conclusionshould effectively integrate and close your arguments and tie together all elements.

The review should not only display qualitative critical analysis but also demonstrate critical thinking and originality in examining “the thinking behind the thinking” by raising important questions beyond relying on what you have read from the case.

Deadline:

NB: This work (review) should be handed in to the Academic office (Prof. Jordan / Mr. Mehmet) before 11th July 2014.
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Using Corporate Financial Reports across Borders. “Show me the Money” Using Corporate Financial Reports across Borders. “Show me the Money”' You are required to […]


25 August 2015

English and Literature

Well, thanks for taking your time to read this. I am writer here at essayshark but to avoid victimization, I will refrain from identifying myself. So straight to the point! We need to strike starting next Monday 7th to wed 9th in the evening. Let’s face it, the new system among other issues is indeed unfair to us as writers and our customers as well. Let me highlight some of the facts about the new system that justifies my case.
Fact #1, you have to stare at the screen for a single order until the countdown is over which in real sense takes a lot of time especially considering the fact that many customers include attachments hence causing the countdown to take even longer. 
Fact #2 we can no longer multi-task like we used to! Imagine a scenario whereby you have to chat with one of your customers or probably move to a different tab like say your email or facebook or a site you were conducting a research. Guess what? You will find the countdown paused waiting for you to come back before it continues!! Just try it out and prove it yourself. If you leave the countdown at 45 sec, you will find it at 45 sec unless the order is taken or maybe at 40 sec just in case you left when it was about to turn.
Fact #3 This is the most hurting and humiliating! Now assuming you are patient and place your bid. Let’s say the countdown is 120 sec. now you look at the screen and patiently wait for the countdown to finish only to see the screen refreshing when 5 sec are remaining to mean the order is taken and you have to look for another one. This is indeed annoying!
In addition to the above grievances, I am anticipating that soon we will have no jobs since many customers will run away! Why? This is because many orders do not count the references page, abstract, and the title page. Now, apparently the system counts even the references page! I know to some this seems a good idea but put yourself in the customer’s shoes, do you think they are willing to pay that much? Furthermore, how are they even able to determine how many pages ought to be written? Or does it mean we will start inconveniencing them everytime to place a new order since more text (references) is needed? Or will you write 8 pages plus 2 references pages when you are asked to write a ten page order only to frustrate the customer and make them rate you badly and further run away?
Fellow writers, it is a high time we come together for once and force the administration to think reasonably!! It is unfair to all of us and we are also incurring expenses in terms of internet connectivity and time as well! Funny enough, it appears our opinions do not count and even the surveys we fill at the end of every peak season do not make any sense to them!
Finally, the administration should consider firing some of the support team! Some of them do not understand their work and all they can do is fine, threaten and humiliate writers!! Funny enough there is no room for dialogue and they are always “RIGHT”

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English and Literature Well, thanks for taking your time to read this. I am writer here at essayshark but to avoid victimization, I will […]


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