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Examples of Personal Portfolio Website: https://www.hankgreen.com/ • https://jos

Examples of Personal Portfolio Website:
https://www.hankgreen.com/ • https://joshkaufman.net/
https://stevenkinnear.com/
Career Portfolio:
Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Career_portfoliohttps://www.careeronestop.org/WorkerReEmployment/J…
Objective: Using AWS S3 bucket and folders to develop a website in order to showcase your career portfolio
You are required to:
1. Search the web and select a job opening of your choice.
2. Create a website, using AWS S3 bucket and AWS S3 folders, as your portfolio related to the requirements
of the job opening picked in Step 1.
At the minimum, this website must include:
A landing page, implemented using an AWS S3 bucket, that allows the public access
At least two images/pictures of your choice
At least 3 pages/folders linked from the landing page
➢ These web pages will show your skills/knowledge related to the requirements of this job opening.
What to submit for grading?
(You need to prove that you have completed all required tasks and all tasks worked.)
Please create a file in MS Word/pdf/PowerPoint format to include the following information:
1. The URL of the job opening that you found/selected.
2. The URL for the landing page of your website.
➢ If your submission requires the viewer to look at the screenshot to enter the URL, your submission is not acceptable, because an URL can be as long as 2,048 characters.
➢ If the URL requires the viewer to sign onto AWS, your solution is incorrect.
3. Screenshot of every web page from your website.
4. Screenshots of S3 bucket and S3 folders (from your AWS account) used in implementing your website.
5. Screenshots of the folders (from your computer) used in implementing your website.

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Examples of Personal Portfolio Website: https://www.hankgreen.com/ • https://jos

Examples of Personal Portfolio Website:
https://www.hankgreen.com/ • https://joshkaufman.net/
https://stevenkinnear.com/
Career Portfolio:
Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Career_portfoliohttps://www.careeronestop.org/WorkerReEmployment/J…
Objective: Using AWS S3 bucket and folders to develop a website in order to showcase your career portfolio
You are required to:
1. Search the web and select a job opening of your choice.
2. Create a website, using AWS S3 bucket and AWS S3 folders, as your portfolio related to the requirements
of the job opening picked in Step 1.
At the minimum, this website must include:
A landing page, implemented using an AWS S3 bucket, that allows the public access
At least two images/pictures of your choice
At least 3 pages/folders linked from the landing page
➢ These web pages will show your skills/knowledge related to the requirements of this job opening.
What to submit for grading?
(You need to prove that you have completed all required tasks and all tasks worked.)
Please create a file in MS Word/pdf/PowerPoint format to include the following information:
1. The URL of the job opening that you found/selected.
2. The URL for the landing page of your website.
➢ If your submission requires the viewer to look at the screenshot to enter the URL, your submission is not acceptable, because an URL can be as long as 2,048 characters.
➢ If the URL requires the viewer to sign onto AWS, your solution is incorrect.
3. Screenshot of every web page from your website.
4. Screenshots of S3 bucket and S3 folders (from your AWS account) used in implementing your website.
5. Screenshots of the folders (from your computer) used in implementing your website.

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The computer is the electronical machine which takes input by the user and shows

The computer is the electronical machine which takes input by the user and shows the output on the computer screen.

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Help me solve 4 questions about Memory, Cache Memory and Input/Output Modules an

Help me solve 4 questions about Memory, Cache Memory and Input/Output Modules and after solving each question send the solution right after. Show all work. I will post the problems around 6pm today and need the solutions within the next 2 hours, which should be plenty of time.

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I have uploaded the project . i want the Matlab answer and little bit explanatio

I have uploaded the project . i want the Matlab answer and little bit explanation as points .
not more explain only as point form

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Explain segmentation techniques for TB detection, which include U-Net, K-means c

Explain segmentation techniques for TB detection, which include U-Net, K-means clustering, Watershed segmentation, ASM (active shape model), and OTSU segmentation.
Write them using citations from research papers related to Tuberculosis only.

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Explain segmentation techniques for TB detection, which include U-Net, K-means c

Explain segmentation techniques for TB detection, which include U-Net, K-means clustering, Watershed segmentation, ASM (active shape model), and OTSU segmentation.
Write them using citations from research papers related to Tuberculosis only.

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CTS1131 – Pricing a Computer System Assignment. Each student will create and up

CTS1131 – Pricing a Computer System Assignment.
Each student will create and upload an Excel spreadsheet. The document should be well edited, reflecting college level writing with no spelling errors. The spreadsheet itself does not have to be fancy. You can make an A, as long as all the parts are done. However, each part you leave out will lower your grade. If you do an exceptional job on this, I will give some extra credit (up to 5 points, maybe even 10 if it is really really really impressive).
Part 1
You will define the criteria of the computer you will price. There are 3 main things you have to address in this part. Cell A1 of your spreadsheet should show your name. Cell A2 of your spreadsheet should show the computer type you priced. Some examples are as follows; most are explained in more detail in the book:
Cell A3 of your spreadsheet should show your self-imposed budget. If there is not a budget, then so state.
State the reason you picked the computer type, and the budget you chose.
a.Graphics/CAD/CAM Design Workstation
b.Gaming Computer
c.Audio/Video Editing Computer
d.Home Server
e.Industrial Computer
f.Home Theater Computer
g.General Purpose Computer (Thick Client?)
h.Virtualization Computer
i.Or any other category you want to give.
Part 2
Row 4 of your spreadsheet will be empty. Row 5 of your spreadsheet, depending on your preference, will have X number of column headings. Alter the spreadsheet if you want, by widening the columns, centering any of the columns, etc…
Column A (Cell A5) will show the symbol #. Below that, it will show numbers 1 through 22, which will match the numbers below.
Column B (Cell B5) will show the word Component (this will give the component’s name).
Column C (Cell C5) will show the word Specification(s)s (this will give the component’s specifications).
Column D (Cell D5) will show the words From Where (you can insert a hyperlink here if you want, or just write down the ~store/company.)
Column E (Cell E5) will show the word Price (note that if you are not purchasing the given component you must state your reason here. You can use the cell’s Insert Comment option if you want Just right click in the cell, and you will see that option.)
Column F (Cell F5), or more. You can add columns if you want, but are not required. For example, I have had students insert images with the components. I’ve had others explain why they picked the components that they picked.
Application Software
Case/Chassis
Cooling (additional fans and heat sinks?)
CPU
Graphics/Video card
Hard drive and/or SSD (Solid State Drive)
Keyboard
Modem
Monitor(s)
Motherboard
Mouse
NIC (wired)
NIC (wireless)
Operating System
Optical Drives (CD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD-ROM, Blu-ray)
Other peripherals Power Supply
Printer
RAM
Sound card
Speakers
Storage (anything additional)
Part 3
Row 28. Cell D28 will show the words Grand Total. Cell E28 will show that grand total of your build/spec. You need to use the Excel summation function. I will show you in class. If you just use a calculator and put in the sum you will lose point(s). By using a function, you can change the cost of a component, and then the grand total will automatically be recalculated. That is one of the great thing about electronic spreadsheets.

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Assignment: Consider the following AHPL code to design a hardwired control unit

Assignment:
Consider the following AHPL code to design a hardwired control unit (both data section and control section)
the code in details is presented in the photo uploaded
Parts 1,2,3,4
PLEASE THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS THE LOGISIM SIMULATION THATS WHAT I WANT Sample output prov

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CTS1131 – Pricing a Computer System Assignment. Each student will create and up

CTS1131 – Pricing a Computer System Assignment.
Each student will create and upload an Excel spreadsheet. The document should be well edited, reflecting college level writing with no spelling errors. The spreadsheet itself does not have to be fancy. You can make an A, as long as all the parts are done. However, each part you leave out will lower your grade. If you do an exceptional job on this, I will give some extra credit (up to 5 points, maybe even 10 if it is really really really impressive).
Part 1
You will define the criteria of the computer you will price. There are 3 main things you have to address in this part.
Cell A1 of your spreadsheet should show your name.
Cell A2 of your spreadsheet should show the computer type you priced. Some examples are as follows; most are explained in more detail in the book:
Cell A3 of your spreadsheet should show your self-imposed budget. If there is not a budget, then so state.
State the reason you picked the computer type, and the budget you chose.
a.Graphics/CAD/CAM Design Workstation
b.Gaming Computer
c.Audio/Video Editing Computer
d.Home Server
e.Industrial Computer
f.Home Theater Computer
g.General Purpose Computer (Thick Client?)
h.Virtualization Computer
i.Or any other category you want to give.
Part 2
Row 4 of your spreadsheet will be empty. Row 5 of your spreadsheet, depending on your preference, will have X number of column headings. Alter the spreadsheet if you want, by widening the columns, centering any of the columns, etc…
Column A (Cell A5) will show the symbol #. Below that, it will show numbers 1 through 22, which will match the numbers below.
Column B (Cell B5) will show the word Component (this will give the component’s name).
Column C (Cell C5) will show the word Specification(s)s (this will give the component’s specifications).
Column D (Cell D5) will show the words From Where (you can insert a hyperlink here if you want, or just write down the ~store/company.)
Column E (Cell E5) will show the word Price (note that if you are not purchasing the given component you must state your reason here. You can use the cell’s Insert Comment option if you want Just right click in the cell, and you will see that option.)
Column F (Cell F5), or more. You can add columns if you want, but are not required. For example, I have had students insert images with the components. I’ve had others explain why they picked the components that they picked.
Application Software
Case/Chassis
Cooling (additional fans and heat sinks?)
CPU
Graphics/Video card
Hard drive and/or SSD (Solid State Drive)
Keyboard
Modem
Monitor(s)
Motherboard
Mouse
NIC (wired)
NIC (wireless)
Operating System
Optical Drives (CD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD-ROM, Blu-ray)
Other peripherals
Power Supply
Printer
RAM
Sound card
Speakers
Storage (anything additional)
Part 3
Row 28. Cell D28 will show the words Grand Total. Cell E28 will show that grand total of your build/spec. You need to use the Excel summation function. I will show you in class. If you just use a calculator and put in the sum you will lose point(s). By using a function, you can change the cost of a component, and then the grand total will automatically be recalculated. That is one of the great thing about electronic spreadsheets.