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Help-Project INSE 6110:Foundations of Cryptography


Help-Project INSE 6110:Foundations of Cryptography Due:Last class
1 Project paper Choose one of the pre-approved topics below,or you may suggest other topics (either as a survey or a novel contribution) but they must be approved by me.Projects are to be done individually or in groups of 2.You may suggest a group project that involves 3 or more people but it must be approved by me.All group members receive the same mark for the project. For this project,research the topic and write a paper (max 8 pages) explaining the subject,with ref- erences to the related literature,using the following template:
http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0 Your paper should summarize the subject with an introduction, explaining very clearly what the research problem is and how the subject addresses it. You should then explain the solution with technical detail. You should understand and cite at least 3 academic papers that appear at good quality venues. To find papers and understand the concepts,try:
http://scholar.google.com http://link.springer.com/referencework/10.1007%2F978-1-4419-5906-5 If the paper does not appear at a conference in the first 50 on this list,it is not likely a good quality venue:
http://academic.research.microsoft.com/RankList?entitytype=3&topdomainid=2&subdomainid= 2&last=0&orderby=1 In all cases,you can use your discretion (e.g.,papers at specialized workshops can be high quality, non-academic resources can be as well) and if you have any questions,ask me during the lecture break or during office hours. Be sure to cite all sources you use. You may do citations in a conversational way (e.g., “Boneh et allist the five essential properties of blah as follows [9].”) Under no circumstance can you use someone else’s text as your own (even if you modify the grammar).Review Concordia’s plagiarism policy and understand it:
http://www.concordia.ca/students/academic-integrity/plagiarism.html https://www.concordia.ca/content/dam/encs/docs/Expectations-of-Originality-Feb14-2012. pdf
2 Pre-approved Topics Cryptographic Primitives and Protocols • Attribute-based Encryption • Blind Signatures • Bilinear Pairings • Bitcoin • Cryptographic Accumulators • Direct Anonymous Attestation (used by TPMs) • Dining Cryptographers • Fair Exchange • Fully Homomorphic Encryption • Garbled Circuits • GCMMode of Operation • Group Signatures • Indistinguishability Obfuscation • Identity-based Cryptography • Mix Networks • Oblivious Transfer • Off-the-Record Messaging • Post-Quantum Cryptography • Ring Signatures • Timed-Release Encryption • Universal Composability Cryptanalysis and Attacks • Differential Cryptanalysis • Boomerang Attack • Biclique Cryptanalysis News-worthy Events • RC4 biases in SSL/TLS • NSAbackdoor in Dual ECDRGB
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Need help-CSE423 – Individual summary report


Need help-CSE423 – Individual summary report
This report is worth 10% of your grade.  The individual report describes your personal contributions to the capstone project. Late submissions will be penalized 10%.  Use the SafeAssign link on Blackboard to submit your work.
The report is to be in your own words.  Copying content from other sources, including other team member, is not acceptable.  The report will be checked against other students’ reports to verify unique content and wording.
Use Times New Roman 12pt with 1.5 line spacing. The following outline should be used for the report. You may need to deviate slightly, depending on the nature of your project.
1. Cover Page a. Title b. Class name c. Team name d. Brief project description (maximum 20 words)  2. Table of Contents (with page numbers) 3. Description of the overall project a. Work completed b. Defining the best of the work accomplished 4. Reflection on the team a. Evaluation of the success of the work produced by the team as a whole b. How things can be improved c. Moving forward next semester (goals and plans) 5. Summary of your contributions a. Work on team presentation b. Work on reports c. Work on product d. Work on team management (meeting minutes, etc.) 6. Reflection on your work a. Evaluation of the success of the work produced by you b. How you can be improved c. Lessons learned d. Moving forward next semester (goals and plans) 7. Conclusion

Need help-EG4110 – Land & Construction Surveying


Need help-EG4110 – Land & Construction Surveying

University of East London School of Architecture, Computing & Engineering
EG4110 – Land & Construction Surveying  2016-17

PRACTICAL 4 Assessment Component 1: Part 1 Control Levelling (30%)
Aim • To give experience at setting up, levelling and use of a surveyor’s automatic level. • To practice standard level observation and booking procedures • To consider the accumulation of errors
Description Field Work:   Working in a group of 3: 1. Carry out a “Two Peg Test” to ensure that the equipment is working correctly: a) Determine two points which can be easily and uniquely identified 40 – 50 metres apart.   b) Set up the level in a safe location, so that the distance to each point is approximately equal. c) Take readings on the staff held at each of the 2 points and calculate difference. d) Move Level to a location such that is it much nearer to one point then the other. e) Take readings on the staff held at each of the 2 points and calculate the difference. f) Compare the results obtained and determine whether the instrument is functioning properly.
2. Determine the difference in height of control points on the Docklands Campus. The location of the points will be provided.  Use the industry standard method of recording and calculating your measurements, “Rise & Fall”.  Calculation of the rise, fall and reduced height should be undertaken in the field during observation. a) Set up the level instrument so that you can see a staff placed on a control point (assume a height of 15.120m) and no more than 25 metres from it, then take a backsight reading to the staff. b) The staff should be moved to another point towards (change point) or possibly on one of your control points (no more than 25 metres for the instrument) and a foresight reading taken to it. c) Keeping the staff at this point, move the level instrument to a point so that it can take a backsight reading to the staff and foresight to the next point.  d) Reduce your levels whilst you are observing, in the field, by determining the rise or fall between each pair of readings from an instrument position.  Also calculate the height of each point.
e) Repeat this process, so that the staff should visit each of the points which are to be change points (CP) – that is a backsight and foresight are taken to the staff from different instrument positions. f) Complete the level loop by taking the final foresight to a staff on the bench mark. g) Calculate the checks on the measurement and calculations:  Sum of backsights minus the sum of the foresights, sum of the rises minus the sum of the falls, and the difference between the last height and the first height should all be the same. Since you started and finished on the same point this difference should equal to zero.  Any difference from the known height difference of the points is the misclosure.  Assess your misclosure – if it is large the measurements should be re-observed.
Calculations
• Perform the calculations of Rise, Fall, Heights and checks as outlined above. • Abstract the heights of the points required and list separately as these are the results of the task.
Report
Prepare a report, to be included in the portfolio for component 1, on the exercise containing the following:
• A brief description of the task • Equipment used • A brief description of the procedure / method. • Discussion of the results considering: o The size of the misclosure obtained in your level loop o Sources of error in the measurement – Assess the possible size of each and their effect on the result. o How errors can be reduced or removed from the measurement process. o Prepare a set of guidelines for high precision measurement practice in view of your experiences.

Need help-EE 777K: POWER SYSTEMS PROTECTION


Need help-EE 777K: POWER SYSTEMS PROTECTION  Graduate Student(s):      Undergraduate Student(s):  Name and myWSU ID of group members:
Last Name First Name MyWSU ID
Objective:  As an engineer, you should be able to understand new technologies quickly and communicate the information to both technical and non-technical colleagues. As graduate students, you should have the skills to do RESEARCH on any topics. This research project should help you further develop these skills.
Expectation:  Select a topic related to CURRENT technologies in the wide area of power system protection. You can choose a topic from the given list or find a suitable topic. The report may be written about a technology itself or about applications of a technology. Selection of the topic is an important part of this assignment. Once you have decided on the topic you want to do an extended search in gathering information. You could use WSU library to browse electric power related publications (e.g. IEEE spectrum, IEEE Power Engineering Review, IEEE Trans. on Power Delivery, IEEE Trans. on Power System, IEEE trans. on Smart Grid, Electrical World, Transmission and Distribution, Power, and other magazines covering electric power issues). You are encouraged to use web search engines (e.g. google, wiki, ask, yahoo, etc.) and websites (www.epri.com, http://www.doe.gov, http://www.ieee.org, etc.). Confirm that your selection is current and relevant.    Get familiarized with the interlibrary loan facility at WSU library. This could be the ideal source for most current information if the full text is not available online. The process can take up to two weeks. You are presenting this to your client. They need specific information that will allow them to make a decision and then begin to develop applications of the technology.  They will not need history or fundamental engineering formulas. The history or fundamental engineering relationships formulas, etc. are NOT important.  Make sure your presentation conveys the vital information about the technology. Pictures can presents lots of words.
Group Members:  Graduate students may work in groups up to two; Undergraduate students may work in groups up to three.
Deadlines:  The schedule for the research report is as follows: Dec. 1st to Dec 8th, 2016  Presentation for research topic Dec. 13th, 2016:   Final report due.
Late submissions will NOT be accepted.
Plagiarism:  Paper should be written in your own words. Directly copying any information (text, figures, equations, etc.) from any source without attributing it to the source is considered as plagiarism. Any form of plagiarism will result in getting ‘0’ for the assignment.
Guidelines for paper:  Using Microsoft Word. Page limits: Min 4 pages; Max 8 pages.  Using IEEE guideline for preparations of papers is required. Using blackboard for submitting the assignment.
Guidelines for presentation:  Use Microsoft PowerPoint.  Each student/group will be given 10 minutes to present, 5 minutes of question time.
Declaration:  To receive a grade for this assignment you must sign on the following. Note that any form of plagiarism will result in student getting zero for the assignment.
We did not collaborate with anyone on this assignment but my group member and the instructor:
Name:   (1)___________________ (2)____________________ (3)_________________________
Signature: (1)___________________ (2)____________________ (3)_________________________

Help-Accounting Paper


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  1. Rationale

The aim of this assignment is to evaluate students’ understanding of critical issues which have an impact on accountability of a firm particularly with reference to the effect of compliance or non-compliance of corporate governance principles. A secondary aim is to develop and assess students’ critical appreciation of how globalization impacts the accounting and auditing profession.

  1. The learning outcomes being assessed

ILO 4 will be assessed – The ability to appraise critically the role of accounting and auditing in the arena of corporate governance.

  1. Overview of assignment

Following the ‘Brexit’ referendum, the following blog appeared on the global website, Accounting Web:

“I hope we take back control of our accounting,” said  University Professor Stella Fearnley.

“Once we’re out of the EU, we won’t have to follow the directives if we don’t want to or comply to the letter with IFRS. So far the EU’s EFRAG committee has endorsed everything the IASB has done with almost no criticism.”

The UK has gone along with financial reporting and auditing decisions coming out of the EU – and the UK Financial Reporting Council (FRC) and BIS still hasn’t resolved the highly significant semantic differences with IFRS and UK company law such as the requirement for accounts to present a “true and fair” view and the definition of distributable profits.

“If we give ourselves the power to push back the IASB, it’s something other countries might follow.

“In the future if we want an Urgent Issues Task Force, we can have one and adapt IFRS to our own needs,” she said. “We can go with what the UK demands. It’ll give us more flexibility and we could call it ‘UK IFRS’ if we want.”

According to Fearnley, the big accounting firms were very enthusiastic about the global convergence project, partly because it would protect US standards-setters (and auditors) from the impact of the Enron scandal, and partly because those firms stood to make billions of dollars from IFRS adoption. “But the state boards and the Securities and Exchange Commission would never give up control of their accounting to a group like the IASB,” she said.

Based on the US model of stronger, more interventionist regulation, Fearnley would like to see the creation of an official UK Companies Commission to take over responsibility for reporting and auditing and investigation of misconduct from the FRC, which has recently been designated as a ‘single competent authority’ by the EU arising from its recent auditing directive.

“The FRC can only investigate UK-qualified accountants,” she said. “If a CFO is a South African accountant or MBA, they can’t go near them. And what about other managers or directors – who goes after them? We need an organisation that can call anyone to account and go in quickly and get on with investigating scandals in a more timely manner than the UK’s ridiculously fragmented system currently allows.”

Required –

With reference to the contents in the blog above, write a critical review of extant literature which covers the following requirements:

  1. Keeping in mind the sense of globalisation and the current Brexit status, critically analyse and discuss if it is reasonable for the UK to develop “UK IFRS” and the possible impact on the accounting and auditing profession.
  2. Critically evaluate corporate governance principles that should be addressed in the IASB to resolve the semantic differences and meet UK’s demand.

Word Count Guidance

The word count for this assignment is 2,000 words

What is included in the word count?

  • Footnotes, except where these are used ONLY to give references to your sources. The use of footnotes to expand upon points you have made in the body of your report will count towards the word limit.
  • Appendices – except where these merely reproduce material from your sources / calculations / tables / graphs / diagrams
  • Any additional explanation of terms / glossaries etc. WILL count towards the word limit.
  • Any tables pasted as picture (.jpeg for example) will be reviewed by the marker and word count added to the main body of the text.

What does not count towards the word limit?

  • Appendices exceptions noted above.
  • Brief quotes – about 5 lines is the maximum acceptable for each quote, and you should not have more than 6 quotes in your essay. You don’t need to include any at all if you don’t want to. If you do use quotes, it is important that you have a good reason for including it – the quote must be properly introduced, appropriately referenced and you must make some comments on each one.
  • References and bibliography

How the word  limit will be enforced:

Up to 50 words above  the limit – no penalty

For each additional 50 words (or part thereof) beyond that, 1 mark will be deducted from whatever mark would have given in the absence of a penalty.

Thus for an essay with a limit of 1250 words, which is actually 1430 words, which has marked at 65% initially, a penalty of 3% would then be applied, bringing the mark down to 62%.

  1. Assessment criteria and weightings

This assignment is an individual assignment and accounts for 40% of your total mark.  Elements of this assignment are being assessed as Assurance of Learning in accordance with AACSB standards.

You will be assessed on the critical content you can bring forth in your answers. Critical discussion on a topic is often improved by the following –

  • a clear and confident refusal to accept the conclusions of other writers without evaluating the arguments and evidence that they provide;
  • a balanced presentation of reasons why the conclusions of other writers may be accepted or may need to be treated with caution;
  • a clear presentation of your own evidence and argument, leading to your conclusion; and
  • a recognition of the limitations in your own evidence, argument, and conclusion.

The marking criteria have been clearly set out in a rubric appended to this assignment brief.

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Training Program


Training Program

Work type: Case study
Academic level: College (1-2 years: Freshmen, Sophomore)
Subject or discipline: Sports
Title: Training Program
Number of sources: 2
Paper format: APA
# of pages: 3
Spacing: Double spaced
# of words: 825

Paper Details

Calculations: Calculate the client’s target heart rate using the Karvonen formula. Don’t forget your explanation for WHY you listed and recommended what you did. Reference the concepts and theories covered in the course. Be sure to address why the program and exercises recommended are appropriate for the specific client given the clientÕs history, current abilities, and intended goal(s). For example: if you are developing a program for a beginner client without any resistance training experience, explain how your program addresses the lack of experience, initial need for foundational development, process by which you would safely progress the client, etc.Tying your program to course concepts is a critical component of your case study.Keep in mind that a client should be able to take your program and put it into practice without having to contact you to clarify what you intended by your recommendations or to explain parts of your program.Training Program: Design a 12-week periodized training program for the client described in the Client Profile. Be very specific as you design the training program. This is an opportunity for you to demonstrate your full comprehension of the information and concepts discussed throughout the course. List the types of exercise, duration, sets, reps, rest intervals, and so on.
Paper details

Include the following in your case study submission:
A description of your professional responsibilities as discussed in the stages of the drawing-in process (Unit 12)
Discussion of any fitness tests, methods of evaluation, and data collection used to assess and evaluate the clientÕs needs
Specific conditions that you have identified in the client profile
A detailed 12-week comprehensive and periodized training program including specific exercises, sets, repetitions, suggested rest times, etc. Use an integrated approach in your program recommendations.
Specific and detailed nutritional strategies and an explanation as to how the strategies will assist the client in meeting energy needs
Explanation for your chosen assessment, programming, and nutritional recommendations. (Be sure to reference course concepts when discussing rationale for your recommendations.

Review the Client Profile below.
Client Profile: Clark Kent
Age: 17
Gender: Male
Resting Heart Rate: 55 bpm
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 165 lb
Body Fat Percentage: 15%
Background and Goals: Clark is a junior in high school and is eager to gain some muscle mass and strength before his final football season next year. He knows very little about nutrition and his diet consists primarily of processed foods (i.e., fast food, cafeteria food, etc.). He eats two or three meals per day on average. ClarkÕs training regimen has been sporadic and inconsistent recently, so he is coming to you for help. He is anxious to be at his best by the start of his senior season, which is three months away.

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