1. [100 pts] Refer to the Chapter 3 of DHS IT Security Essential Body of Knowledge Main Text (See DHS EBK_MainText_nps36-010708-07.pdf in Resources folder). Pick ONE competency area from EBK (data security, digital forensics, risk management, etc.) and provide the definition of each key term listed under that competency area. You can use the definitions provided in the textbook or search them from other sources.
For the ResNet 1995 planning, the team had to create a plan for installing PCs in different sales offices. In order to complete the plan, Arvid had to check with the key stakeholders including the IS department to develop the plans. A tool used for ResNet 1995 and 1996 project planning was Microsoft project. The ResNet team created and followed successful strategies for all three
Requirements Gathering – 4 weeks This is the investigative stage of the project. which involved conception, initiation and analysis of the problem. Design phase – 3 weeks This stage involves translating the requirements from the previous stage into detailed designs that address them. This detailed design should be easily converted to programming logic. It is at this stage the technology specifications for implementing the solution, logical structure of the application, design of WebPages, database designs etc are finalized.
What is the barrier to representing data geographically, and what should be done to overcome that barrier? The most factual assessments of location are changing so fluidly that applications have a difficult time remaining accurate in description.the ability to receive the ever changing dynamic of developing townships and communities create barriers to present an accurate geographical data.The process of information often looses content in the filtering and the perspective of concepts varies person to person and in applications.I think to encourage content integrity and develop a standard GIS personnel should review the submitted data in order to properly grasp all useful data and offer information. Additional barrier includes the expenses to retrieve some data. Data like aerial imaging is expensive and recently becoming more available to the public, but not widely received. What are the main differences between a geographical analysis tool and a
System archetypes are patterns of behavior that recurring or we seeing happen again and again in any system or an organization. As Senge (2006) explained systems archetypes will always suggest areas of high and low leverage changes. Identifying these areas not only deepen our understanding of problems and challenges but also enable us to quickly identify the dominating behavioral patterns. According to the author, such knowledge can be used as a tool to plan effective strategies for tackling systematic challenges and to bring efficient changes in a system. Among several archetypes that Senge described the top three archetypes observed in the Hobby Lobby company are Shift of Burden, Limits of Growth and Success to Successful.
Every idea configuration was made through a progression of emphases. The principal cycle made comprised of fundamental thoughts and general size qualities. The second cycle comprised of more points of interest on the plan ideas including a more correct estimation esteem, materials and how parts fit together and also the orthographic perspectives of the idea. The third emphasis comprised of the isometric perspective of the idea outline. Idea 1, appeared in Figure 1 in Appendix A, fuses handles furthermore, a hassock for the traveler, a puppy chain connection, isolate recuperate breaks, an adjusted handle for the driver, and a removable stockpiling box.
In fact, uncertainty and ambiguity offers a wider scope for innovation and development; a clearly defined subject denies sufficient flexibility as what is needed is to separate complexity from ambiguity. There are areas of ambiguity that can be broadly grouped under process and product of urban design. The first three arenas address the ambiguities about the design outcome of urban design for urban space. The last four arenas concentrate on urban design as a process creating ambiguities. The seven arenas are identified below and they should be taken into account to arrive at a definition for urban design: 1- The urban fabric scale of which is addressed by urban design 2- The visual and spatial emphases of urban design; 3- The social emphases of urban design; 4- The relationship between processes and products
Zaid Abarder 21700599 Write a 2-3 page essay researching what motion tracking is in terms of visual effects. Differentiate between point and planar tracking and provide scenarios where each will be used. Motivate your choice with research. Motion tracking is a technique whereby the use of computer graphics is used and inserted into live-action footage with correct position, scale, orientation and motion relative to the objects featured within the shot. Essentially, motion tracking allows the tracking of objects and camera movement within a video shot.
CHAPTER 3 – METHODOLOGY THE ADVANTAGES AND LIMITATIONS OF MM The author decided to adopt a combination of quantitative and qualitative research methodology, dominated by qualitative research. Not only existing grounded theories will be studied, the author will look into a variety of case studies from an interpretative perspective to understand the realities and all possible factors making an impact. Taking account of the variety of advertising crowdsourcing projects, the quantitative elements will be used to determine the KPIs of these projects. The qualitative elements will be used to study the key metrics for projects to succeed through a variety of case studies to create an in-depth theory. The data collection and analysis will be guided primarily by a grounded theory from an inductive perspective.
Strong spatial visualisation skills have shown to be directly correlated with the capability to create mental models of problems. Jonassen 2000 discovered that to successfully solve problems, a mental model must be constructed initially; to identify the problem and to permeate the manipulation of the model to find a solution to the problem. Spatial visualisation differs from spatial orientation by identifying what is being moved. A visualisation activity consists of mentally moving or altering the construction of an entire or part of an object. (Tartre 1990) Therefore, competency in modelling requires strong spatial visualisation skills so as to have the capacity to construct and rotate 3D models to gain a deeper understanding of particular principles/