How can we secure mail infrastructure using trusted identities? What can be the trust criterias? How mail transfer works and how the notion of trust should be introduced? Why do we need identity based trust? What can be the related works? What can be a new approach to secure mail infrastructure?
Although your friends tease you about it, you are an unabashed collector of vintage folk songs from the 1950's and 1960's. Your collection now totals several thousand recordings in various formats. To help keep better track of the recordings, you have decided to develop a simple inventory system in Microsoft Access. You want to
Use C++ language to do this exercise, BST (Binary Search Trees) template in attach files. Write a program that manage your phonebook contact using BST It helps to find easily and rapidly the phone number of your friend based on the name and inverse . Contact can be saved in text file. User can read contact already saved in t
Identify ambiguities or omissions in the following statement of requirements for a rental car reservation system: Customer specifies start and end dates for the car rental, and where they would like to pick up and return the car. The system then presents the customer with a list of available cars and prices. The customer sele
Is the Nyquist theorem true for optical fiber or only for copper wire? How many end office codes were there pre-1984, when each end office was named by its three-digit area code and the first three digits of the local number? Area codes started with a digit in the range 2-9, had a 0 or 1 as the second digit, and ended with any digit. The first two digits of a local number were always in the range 2-9. The third digit could be any digit. What is the percent overhead on a T1 carrier; that is what percent of the 1.544 Mbps are not delivered to the end user? What is the difference between message switching network and packet switching? Sometimes when a mobile user crosses the boundary from one cell to another the current call is abruptly terminated even though all transmitters and receivers are functioning perfectly Why? A CDMA receiver gets the following chips: (+1 +1 +1 +1 +3 -1 -1 +3). Assuming the chip sequences for four stations as defined below, which stations transmitted, and which bit did each one send?
Please see the attached file. Is the Nyquist theorem true for optical fiber or only for copper wire? How many end office codes were there pre-1984, when each end office was named by its three-digit area code and the first three digits of the local number? Area codes started with a digit in the range 2-9, had a 0 or 1 as th
Please help with the following problem. The sort method, when applied to an array of strings, returns a copy of that array in which the strings appear in alphabetical order. For example, if the variable words stored the array ["foo", "bar", "biz"], then the call words .sort() would return ["bar", "biz", "foo"]. Create a
I need information on understanding the inner workings of digital downloads and digital compression. I need to follow the outline below. I'm running out of information. I need to evaluate the role and impact of a computing technology on society. I. Introduction II. What are digital downloads and digital compression? III. W
Please provide information on how digital downloads/media and digital compression effect's society. I need to follow the outline below. I'm running out of information. I need to analyze the integration of a computing technology into a specific field from at least two perspectives such as historical, legal, ethical, economic, soc
1) find the kth largest value in an unsorted array of N elements. Estimate the running time. It should be better than quick sort running time. I think O(n + klogn) is an efficient running time (if you can do a better algo, please do so). I don't need the entire program. Just functions that show the timing. This is how I did it.
What are some of the challenges associated with "requirement elicitation"? How does this iterative approach help that process?
Please read the two attached articles and evaluate their content and quality. In your answer carry out a critique of them using the two sets of questions listed below: (a) Quality: 1. Is the topic of the paper sufficiently interesting (for you personally or in general)? 2. Did the author miss important earlier work? 3. Are
Please show me the detailed solution and explanation to the question attached.
In what situation would you implement an array? How items in the array might be searched for or sorted using different techniques. Covers Sequential & Binary Search; Selection Sort, Bubble Sort, Index Sort, Merge Sort.
What is digital stratigraphy? Give an example to illustrate how digital stratigraphy is important in the field of Computer Forensics.
What are the differences between random hashed files and index files? Compare and contrast both these non-sequential file structure models.
Compare the two non-sequential file structure models: the random (hashed) file and the index file. What advantages does the first one have over the second and what advantages does the second have over the first? What would be your criteria for choosing one over the other for different applications?
There are other design patterns that may be directly applicable to PHP programming, or web programming in general. Find another design pattern which could be used for web based development and write a synopsis on it, pointing out whether it would be applicable for use within a project that handles an upload and download function
Need help with attached questions. Algorithm - El Camino de Santiago Sample Question
Please let me know your suggestions. You can post under 100 words per each question. Question #1 Think about where your personal information is stored from an information systems perspective. Is your credit card information saved on file at your favorite online store? Are your medical records stored electronically at your
I have code for a sequential search and a binary search. I have to "add a counter for every key comparison in each search function and print out the number of key comparisons for each search." Here is my code: #include <iostream> using namespace std; int SequentialSearch(const int _list, int _length, const int & _ite
Please help with the following problem. I am having trouble figuring out how to determine the last element of the print statement. For array A(N) and input element ARG, what kind of algorithm is needed to determine which element of A(N) is closest to but not greater than ARG? I've gotten this far but can't find anything in
Design and analyze a divide-and-conquer algorithm for finding the maximum element in a list L[0:n-1].
Compression algorithms are frequently used in forensics. Assume you are involved in a case and have been asked by the lawyer to explain, in general terms what they are and how they could potentially affect evidence, paying particular attention to algorithms implemented by forensic tools. You need to be clear yet concise.
Here's what Access says about searching for wildcards: When using wildcard characters to search for other wildcard characters such as an asterisk (*), question mark (?), number sign (#), opening bracket ([), or hyphen (-), you must enclose the item you're searching for in brackets. If you're searching for an exclamation
Discuss the ways in which you can optimize a file in order to reduce file size and maintain quality. What factors would you consider?
1. Which of the following is not a cell range? a. B4:C6 b. A1:AA1 c. D3 d. 3D 2. If the value for Revenue is stored in C5 on Sheet1 and the value for Expenses is stored in C6 on Sheet2, the formula, revenue -expense would read: a. =Sheet1@C5-Sheet2@C6 b. =Sheet1$C5-Sheet2$C6 c. =Sheet1!C5-Sheet2!C6 d. =Sheet1!C
Is it possible to search for an item in heap structure efficiently (i.e. better than n comparisons)? Explain.
1. Describe a mechanism to access the telephone customer records by telephone #. Assume that we have a huge data in hand, say a million records or so. Choose a data structure (or) a combination of data structures that will give the best search time. Explain your selection and discuss the speed of the search operation. Keep in m
What are the feature differences/tradeoff between Breath First search(BFS), Depth-Fisrt-Search(DFS), Directed Acyclic Graphs(DAGs), Topological sorting and Dijkstra?
Explain how a form becomes a window within an application. Discuss the difference between a modal and modeless form. List an example of when you might want to use each type.
Let G = (V, E) be a flow network with source s, sink t, and suppose each edge e  E has capacity c(e) = 1. Assume also, for convenience, that |E| =  (V). a. Suppose we implement the Ford-Fulkerson maximum-flow algorithm by using depth-first search to find augmenting paths in the residual graph. what is the wo