24 August 2015

New software for solar panel in technology

new software for solar panel in technology
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Aims
• To come up with functional software based control system for solar panel.
• To come up with experimental software representation for small scale stand alone power systems based on hydrogen and solar energy.
• To test the power system software using various input parameters such as electrolysis power capacity, programmable power supply capacity, capacity of fuel cell, lead-acid battery power capacity, programmable load capacity and many other input parameters and/or variables.
• To report on solar panel software system performance and operational experience based on inputs supplied and the generated system output.
• To make use of solutions with wide working ranges in considering future expansion of the system test facility.
Objectives
• The first objective is to be able to select and apply information system design methodology in the design and implementation of software based solar panel system.
• To analyze and design a methodology based solution, by applying system development life cycle(SDLC), process estimation and framework, process architecture. Case driven processes, business modeling work flow, requirements workflow as well as applying analysis and design work flow.
• To implement the methodologically driven solution through the construction and test phases.
• Apply project management approaches, deployments, quality and standards as well as maintenance in ensuring project quality and maintainability.
• Be able to make use of presentations, audience and documentation to evaluate the success or failure of projects in terms of aims, objectives, outcomes, techniques applied and improvement required.
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Brief Description
The solar panel software based control system is used to stand alone power system based on hydrogen and solar energy. The system’s main function is to report performance and operational experience based on various parameter inputs. The input parameters are thus used to control the output by supplying different input values each time. The implementation is to consider various requirements specifications which may be classified as input, processing and output specifications (Miland and Ulleberg 2012).
Some of the typical requirements in this system include power rate for programmable power supply, power rate for electrolysis, power rate for programmable load, power rate for fuel cell all given in kilowatts(kW). In addition, hydrogen purification unit, metal hydride storage (in Nm3) and lead acid battery size (in ampere hours/ Ah) are also part of input requirements. One of the control actions to be built within the power system is to switch the components either ON or OFF (Miland and Ulleberg 2012).

The requirements are to be analyzed according to the relationships that exist between input parameters and the expected outputs via processing operations. The analysis can be done with the help of tools that have been developed. Some of the tools include data flow diagrams, system flowcharts, pseudo codes and even decision tables to help appreciate how input data should flow into the system in terms of graphical and logic presentation to the outputs. The analysis of requirements needed for the system is conducted by the system analyst (Vivas, Agudo and López 2011, Vivas, Agudo and López 2011).
The analysis will also be carried out in terms of financial feasibility, operational feasibility, economic feasibility and all another relevant feasibility analysis. It will help in deciding whether the expected solar panel system is cost effective in relation to cost to be incurred as well as benefits to be realized in prospect. The system is considered cost effective if the total of developmental and operational benefits outweighs those of developmental and operational costs (Vivas, Agudo and López 2011, Vivas, Agudo and López 2011).
The information system methodology such as agile or waterfall models is then chosen to aid in the design of the solar panel system. The entire design is based on the requirements already analyzed in the analysis phase of development. The design will involve transformation of analyzed system specifications into solar panel system representation. It is therefore the blue print of the system to be implemented. The types of designs to be considered in this case include architectural design, logarithmic design. There are also design of data structures and files, component level design, interface design and data design (involves all inputs, processing and output. The data design comprises of input design, processing design, output design and database design where appropriate. The choice of design methodology at this stage is done by the system analyst (Vivas, Agudo and López 2011).
As long as the design is perfectly done, then this will translate to few or fewer errors when the design is converted to program code. The design tools will such as pseudo codes, system flow charts, decision tables among others will be used to represent the system blue print. In this stage, the system analyst is equated to an architect who lays down the frame work of a house or building. The programmer who is equated to an engineer comes in the next phase to implement or to build a system in accordance with the design specifications (Vivas, Agudo and López 2011).
The implementation of the system is to take place by first choosing a suitable programming language for coding purposes. The already designed system is then transformed into executable codes. The choice of language to use is determined by many factors such as system, facilities offered by the language, user friendliness, availability, reliability and many other factors. Some of the languages that can be considered in this case include structured languages such as ‘C’, C++ and others, object oriented programming like java and visual languages like Microsoft visual basic among others. The coded system can then be tested and debugged to remove syntax, logical, runtime errors and many others errors that may show up. Coding is normally done by the system programmer (Vivas, Agudo and López 2011, Vivas, Agudo and López 2011).
The system can finally be tested using the various input parameters described above in order to observe how the output behaves. It is the second level of testing that is done at the unit level, integration level, module level, system level and at a user acceptance level. This process is carried out by the system programmers in the presence of other stakeholders like users (Vivas, Agudo and López 2011).
Each and every stage above will be scheduled to take place for some given time frames. Gantt charts will be employed to schedule every activity, showing the start and finishing time. The critical path analysis will also be used to help determine the combination of project activities that last for the longest possible time vas compared to other activity combinations in other paths of the project network. Other project management practices to be considered in this case include deployment, quality standards and maintenance.
Special Conditions
It is assumed that the system description above is a prototype that will further help the system analyst and other stakeholders to revise requirements collection after demonstrating its functionality. The second assumption is that users of this system are present at every stage of development so that the system can be fine tuned according to their preference. Another assumption is that requirements are partially known from the beginning of the very first phase.
The project is also being developed from the scratch until the final deliverable is achieved. The development methodology also assumes waterfall model of system development life cycle. The next assumption is that this solar panel system is to be implemented from passive solar design and therefore the passive system is simple since it has few moving parts and need minimum maintenance. In addition, this passive solar design does not need mechanical systems. One risk that is involved here is that the project must be implemented irrespective of the cost to be incurred in terms of time and money (Dell'Orto et al. 2012).
Resources
The resources required for the implementation of this system include computers, that is, either desktop or laptop. Human resources like programmers and system analyst will be required for the smooth running of all processes required to accomplish the system. Even users are part of the resources since their views are taken into an account at every stage of development. Other resources may include information notebooks and pens to help in recording of other facts during the time of data collection.
Finances are also needed to cater for costs of data collection, cost of analysis, design and implementation. However, the time is the most important resource in this case because system components will have to finish up within the scheduled deadline. It is because increasing time constraint for a given activity in the project may mean delaying other deliverables for the other succeeding phases hence adding up again to the overall cost of implementing the system.
Comments:
The above system description is a conceptualized details and description of the software based solar panel control system that is expected. Given enough and relevant resources that are mentioned above, then the implementation part of it can be simpler. However, the success of the system will only be realized if all the stages described above are strictly followed to enhance high degree of accuracy as well as to avoid missing data. All the relevant stakeholders must also be present at all stages of this project management to avoid future victimization of future flaws in the system being directed to a single individual.

References
Miland, H, and Ulleberg, Ø, 2012, Testing of a small-scale stand-alone power system based on solar energy and hydrogen, Solar energy, 86(1), 666-680.
Dell'Orto, E, Raimondo, L,, Sassella, A, and Abbotto, A, 2012), Dye-sensitized solar cells: spectroscopic evaluation of dye loading on TiO 2, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 22(22), 11364-11369.
Vivas, J, L,, Agudo, I, and López, J, 2011, A methodology for security assurance-driven system development, Requirements Engineering, 16(1), 55-73.
Vivas, J. L, Agudo, I, and López, J, 2011, A methodology for security assurance-driven system development, Requirements Engineering, 16(1), 55-73.


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The Role of a Marketing Manager
The Final Paper should demonstrate an understanding of the materials (texts, assignments, and discussions) covered in this course.

Assume the role of Marketing Manager. Select a product (good or service) that is sold in the United States and has sales opportunities in a foreign market. Apply your critical thinking skills and the knowledge you have acquired throughout this course and address the following in your Final Paper:
  1. Describe the product you selected in terms of the four utilities of customer value. 
  2. Identify the product’s target market at home and in your stated foreign market.
  3. Indicate the competition of the product category in both home and foreign markets.
  4. Explain how you would apply the segmentation, targeting, and positioning (STP) approach to market the product in the foreign market.
  5. Discuss the major environmental facts and trends in the foreign markets that might affect sales of the product.
  6. Explain how you would develop, execute. and measure a campaign for this product considering the four p’s (product, price, promotion, and place).
  7. Discuss the U.S. and international ethical marketing considerations.
Writing the Final Paper

The Final Paper:

1. Must be six- to eight- double-spaced pages in length, and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center (not including the title and reference pages).

2. Must include a title page with the following:

a. Title of paper
b. Student’s name
c. Course name and number
d. Instructor’s name
e. Date submitted

3. Must begin with an introductory paragraph that has a succinct thesis statement.

4. Must address the topic of the paper with critical thought.

5. Must end with a conclusion that reaffirms your thesis.

6. Must use at least five scholarly references in addition to the course text.

7. Must document all sources in APA style, as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

8. Must include a separate reference page, formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.


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24 August 2015

Business Research Analysis

Business Research Analysis
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Assignment Brief: In this assignment you are required to complete these parts: Part 1 (a) Develop a questionnaire (15 marks) A Light Rail Transit (LRT) system in an the UK urban area are developing their strategic plans for the next 10 year period. As part of this, they need to consult existing and potential customers about where they would most like to see development. Design a questionnaire which could be used by the LRT Company to find out about these issues. Include the areas given above as a minimum, credit will also be given for independent thought about the scenario with inclusion and justification of other related questions which you feel might be important to answering the central question of how the system should develop. (b) Discussion of distribution method and associated documents [250 words] (10 marks) In this section you should discuss how the questionnaire should be distributed. In your discussion, you should assess the benefits and challenges of using your chosen method of questionnaire dissemination, including methods for tackling non-response. You should also design a full and appropriate coding plan for your questionnaire and include any other supporting documentation that would accompany the questionnaire. (c) Critical evaluation of the questionnaire [1000 words] (15 marks) In this section of the assignment you are required to provide a critical evaluation of the questionnaire you have developed (word limit is 1000). The evaluation of the questionnaire will consider your design decisions: the structure, presentation, types of questions used and supporting instructions for the potential respondents. You should justify your design decisions by considering the case scenario presented above and your justification should be supported with reference to Research Methods textbooks and journal articles. Part 2 Data analysis, findings and managerial implications [1750 words] (60 marks) The LRT company described in Part 1 have also recently carried out a customer survey looking at opinions of the system amongst current users. Results were obtained from a sample of 200 adult travellers whilst they were on the system across a range of days (weekday or weekend day) and the following data collected from each:

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Business Research Analysis Business Research AnalysisPaper details Assignment Brief: In this assignment you are required to complete these parts: Part 1 (a) Develop a […]


24 August 2015

Business Research Analysis

Business Research Analysis
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Assignment Brief: In this assignment you are required to complete these parts:
Part 1
(a) Develop a questionnaire (15 marks)
A Light Rail Transit (LRT) system in an the UK urban area are developing their strategic plans for the next 10 year period. As part of this, they need to consult existing and potential customers about where they would most like to see development.
Design a questionnaire which could be used by the LRT Company to find out about these issues. Include the areas given above as a minimum, credit will also be given for independent thought about the scenario with inclusion and justification of other related questions which you feel might be important to answering the central question of how the system should develop. 

(b) Discussion of distribution method and associated documents [250 words] (10 marks)
In this section you should discuss how the questionnaire should be distributed. In your discussion, you should assess the benefits and challenges of using your chosen method of questionnaire dissemination, including methods for tackling non-response. You should also design a full and appropriate coding plan for your questionnaire and include any other supporting documentation that would accompany the questionnaire.

(c) Critical evaluation of the questionnaire [1000 words] (15 marks)
In this section of the assignment you are required to provide a critical evaluation of the questionnaire you have developed (word limit is 1000). The evaluation of the questionnaire will consider your design decisions: the structure, presentation, types of questions used and supporting instructions for the potential respondents. You should justify your design decisions by considering the case scenario presented above and your justification should be supported with reference to Research Methods textbooks and journal articles.

Part 2
Data analysis, findings and managerial implications [1750 words] (60 marks)
The LRT company described in Part 1 have also recently carried out a customer survey looking at opinions of the system amongst current users. Results were obtained from a sample of 200 adult travellers whilst they were on the system across a range of days (weekday or weekend day) and the following data collected from each:

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24 August 2015

Introduction and correction of Object Oriented Programming

introduction and correction of Object Oriented Programming
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2 Late coursework will be accepted by Academic Admin Office and marked according to the guidelines given in your Student Handbook for this year.
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a) All work must be word-processed and must be of “good” standard.
b) Document margins shall not be more than 2.5cm or less than 1.5cm
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e) The copy of the course work submitted may not be returned to you after marking and you are advised to have your personal copy for your reference.
f) All work completed, including any software constructed may not be used for any purpose other than the purpose of intended study without prior written permission from St Patrick’s International College.


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Outcomes and assessment requirements

Outcomes Assessment requirements
To achieve each outcome a learner must demonstrate the ability to:
1. Understand object-oriented concepts
Click here to have a similar paper done for you by one of our writers within the set deadline at a discounteda) Apply principles of good practice evolved as culmination of various trends in software engineering.

b) Determine whether a system is fully object-oriented.

c) Identify opportunities for applying inheritance.

d) Identify opportunities for utilising polymorphism.

e) Select an appropriate pattern.
2. Assimilate and use basic object-oriented programming concepts

a) Identify the various elements in an object based program.

b) Develop programs using object-oriented programming concepts.

c) Construct and use basic objects
3. Use an object-oriented programming design method

a) Clearly identify classes and associated methods from a program specification.

b) Identify ways of involving clients in decisions.

c) Justify selection of suitable classes, and allocation of features to classes
4. Reuse system components using object-oriented programming principles

a) Incorporate elements from a class library into simple programs.

b) Modify a class to develop new classes based on a(possibly supplied) base class, to a specification.







Employee Payroll system

A recently started company is looking for Java Programmer to develop simple payroll application. The company has got 3 branches in various part of London. Each branch deals with different types of people including customer and non-customer. Non customer can register, update their details. Employee works in company with various types of role and salary.

The company pays its employees on a weekly basis. The employees are classified into four types: Salaried employees – paid a fixed weekly salary regardless of the number of hours worked, hourly employees – paid by per hour and receive overtime pay for all hours worked in excess of 40 hours, commission employees are paid a percentage of their sales & salaried-commission employees receive a base salary plus a percentage of their sales.
For the current pay period, the company has decided to reward salaried-commission employees by adding 10% to their base salaries. The company wants to implement a Java application that performs its payroll calculations.

The application is being designed to improve the automation so a friendly Graphical User Interface (GUI) is very important.

You are required to design and develop an object-oriented application prototype for the above system. Your document should have the following sections:
Appreciation of good practice, trend and pattern in software engineering and object oriented design and how you apply it to design the system as mentioned above .This section should cover the following assessment criteria:

Task 1: Understand object-oriented concepts

a) Apply principles of good practice evolved as culmination of various trends in software engineering. How would be best pattern could be used (1.a, 1.e)

b) Explain in detail, the concepts of abstraction, inheritance, encapsulation and polymorphism with reference to the above case study.(1.b, 1.c, 1.d)

Task 2: Assimilate and use basic object-oriented programming concepts

a) Explain the meaning of Classes and Objects as applied in OOP. Give an example of a class and its object. List at least 5 properties and 5 methods of your example. Identify the various elements in an object based program.(2.a)

b) Implementation: Define the relationships between objects to implement design requirements and thus Implement the design algorithms (objected oriented solution based design) using Java Swing IDE. Your code must follow good software design and development conventions some of which are given in case study.(2.b, 2.c)

Implement the system using the diagram from the previous step and adhering to the implementation guidelines below:

Implementation Guidelines:
Develop a menu-based program that implements your design of the Electronic Payroll System (EPS). Your program must be able to:
• Implement the user interface for the above using Java Swing.
• The user input should be validated for invalid values.
Develop an appropriate GUI interface using the Java Swing Class Library. Your eventual solution must be friendly and easy to use; assuming IT literacy is basic for the users.
PLEASE NOTE: You are NOT required to store any data in a relational database, using an appropriate storage mechanism such as arrays or object serialization files will do. However, you are encouraged to form a JDBC connection to any relational database of your choice.

Task 3: Use an object-oriented programming design method
a) For the requirement specification given in the above scenario, identify and list the classes required in your proposed design and also justify your selection of suitable classes and thus list the class attributes and methods. Draw a class diagram depicting the classes and their relationships (3.a, 3.c)

b) With proper justification explain various ways that clients may involve in decisions making to satisfied their needs from the designer.(3.b)

Task 4: Reuse system components using object-oriented programming principles

a) Every aspect of the program implemented should be tested and the outcome compared against the expected results and the design specification incorporate with elements from class library (4.a)

b) To your program that was developed against the design specification, make recommendations for improvements that could reuse some of the components such as base class to subclass.(4.b)






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To prove his/her argument candidate must use his/her lab or tutorial works as the reference which must be attached to the report as appendix. To attain a MERIT the student should be able to apply strategies to find appropriate solutions, select/design and apply appropriate methods/techniques and also be able to present and communicate the appropriate findings.
A DISTINCTION would be awarded if the student could make a critical reflection to evaluate his/her own work and justify valid conclusions, take responsibility for managing and organising activities. Demonstration of convergent / lateral / creative thinking would make the student achieve this highest grade. A student failing to meet all the basic requirements laid down for a pass will be classified as REFERRED and would have to take up the coursework again within a stipulated time and this would be done in accordance with the respective Unit Co-Coordinators.
Method of Evaluation:
Evidence is likely to be in the form of a coursework document and a portfolio that might include periodical tutorials & the final reports, and accounts of group working activities. Learners are encouraged to retain all pieces of evidence collected as these will help in the preparation of the final critique. Some pieces of evidence might be generated within a group context.
General guidelines for writing a report in this content:
The report will be evaluated based on the following five grading criteria. These five grading criteria, along with its weights will carry the grade.
• Brief description of learning outcome and assessment criteria
• Explanation of the practical Approaches done in the class room
• Evaluation of your learning experience against the assessment criteria
• Conclusions
Also ensure that your course work submission includes:

1. A Cover sheet with your Student Information on it.
2. Your description about the course works objective.
3. Any computer-generated files are included with the submission (If you are submitting more than one file, put them all in a folder, zip it and submit. The name of the folder should be your Student ID).
4. Bibliography and references to show evidence of knowledge acquired from external sources (NOT Wikipedia!!!)


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