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CS 499 – iOS Programming - csserver
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CS 499 – iOS Programming Covers all aspects of developing application for the iOS platform. Topics covered will include application design, iOS frameworks, OO design, and preparing an application for sale in the iOS App Store. Prerequisite CS 215 Recommended: CS 290 Textbooks Apple’s online iOS documentation at http://developer.apple.com/library/ios/navigation iPad and iPhone App Development, Daniel H. Steinberg. ebook. Daily and Weekly Requirements Assigned weekly programming assignments. The latter half of the course will consist of each student developing their own iOS app. Exams and Evaluations The grade for the class will be based solely on the programming projects. Missed Exams, Late Homework and Machine Problems Homework and machine problems are due at the beginning of class (11 AM) on the date specified. Any assignments handed in after lecture has started are considered late. The following late penalties will be applied: One day late Two days late Three days late Four days late For the purposes of counting days, days are 24 hours and weekends count as 1 day. Valid excuses for missing exams and handing assignments in late include illness, family emergencies, religious observances, official UE events, etc. They do not include work conflicts, studying for other classes, staying home an extra day over the weekend, or {dog, virus, space aliens, zombies}{ate, wiped out, abducted}{my homework, my computer, me. my brain} (in any combination). The instructor will rely on your integrity on getting work excused. If you have a valid excuse, put it in writing, sign your name to it, and give it to the instructor. For religious observances and UE events, you must inform the instructor that you will be absent before the absence occurs, otherwise it will be considered an unexcused absence. Excused work must be made up within two class meetings. Late work will not be allowed. Exceptions will be made for serious or prolonged illness, or other serious problems. Please note that it is your responsibility to take care of missed or late work. Turned in homework can be worth as little as -20%. Missing homework is worth 0%. In other words, if you waste my time by turning in homework that you clearly put no effort into, it will be worse than if you handed in nothing. Honor Code All students are expected to adhere to the University’s Honor Code regarding giving and receiving authorized aid. Homework exercises are for you to gain experience and practice. You may collaborate with your classmates, but each student should submit a solution in his/her own words that reflect his/her understanding of the solution. You will eventually be required to demonstrate your knowledge of the material on the exams, so it is better that you attempt the problems on your own. Honor Code All students are expected to adhere to the University’s Honor Code regarding giving and receiving authorized aid. All programming assignments are meant to be your own work. Code copied from the internet or from other students is not acceptable. Discovery will result in a 0 for that assignment for all parties involved for the first offense. A second offense will result in failure of the course. A third offense will result in dismissal from the program. Please note, that this penalty is cumulative throughout your career at UE...

UCare: A Business Plan Project for Managerial Accounting ... - AICPA

UCare: A Business Plan Project for Managerial Accounting Classes Co‐authors: Linda J. Matuszewski and Fabienne Miller SOLUTION SET Due to the nature of the project, there is no one correct solution. However, regardless of the performer chosen, similar revenues (e.g., ticket sales and ancillary revenues) and costs (e.g., performer fees, venue rental, venue personnel, ancillary costs) are relevant for all projects, creating some consistency and allowing for the use of detailed grading rubrics which minimize the time and effort needed for grading. Below, the instructors have provided the project instructions, grading rubrics, and peer evaluation form as examples for other instructors who may be interested in using the project. The project is to work as a team to develop a formal business plan for a fundraising event for a nonprofit organization, and present that plan to the Board of Directors. Professor __________ shall serve as the Board President. Teams of four persons will be formed as follows. First, form a pair by choosing someone to work with. Second, notify me of your choice in class on ______________. I will then combine two pairs to form teams of four. I will notify you of your team assignment no later than UCare is a fictitious nonprofit organization interested in launching a new fundraiser. You may use UCare as your nonprofit and develop your own mission, or you may plan an event for a real nonprofit organization, and do some research to identify its mission. The Board has assembled a team of managers (you) to investigate the prospects of organizing an event with a celebrity. The details of this event are currently rather sketchy. The board has discussed comedians, singers, and politicians, but could not come to an agreement as to who would be an ideal candidate for the event. They would like to leave up to you what kind of celebrity to invite (provided the event is not offensive). They anticipate tickets to the event will be sold to a wide audience, but again leave the details up to you. When developing your plan for the event and choosing the celebrity, you should identify the mission of your nonprofit and the target audience, and include this information in your description of the event. The board would also like you to think about ancillary revenues that could be generated from parking, food services, and merchandise. Since the Board is uncertain as to whether such an event is a good idea, they would like you to conduct a formal analysis that will culminate in a written business plan as well as a presentation to the Board. The event should be a one‐time event taking place on ________ (the anniversary of the founding of UCare). Project Requirements The Board President would like you to prepare a draft of the first three items above (description, marketing plan, and operating plan), and submit them for feedback. This submission should consist of one Word document, submitted electronically through Blackboard no later than _________________. (Optional for the cost accounting course: The Board President will form discussion groups (each consisting of three to four teams) for the purpose of reviewing these drafts and providing teams with feedback (questions and/or comments) they can use to improve their proposals. The Board President will also be participating in each of these discussions. Your team must use the Blackboard discussion groups to provide feedback to the other teams within your group and to respond to feedback you have received from the other teams and the Board President. This Blackboard discussion will take place from ______ through _______. Additional guidelines for the discussions can be found below.) After considering the feedback provided by the other teams and the Board president, you should revise your description, marketing plan, and operating plan, and then prepare and submit a draft detailed financial plan no later than ________________... This submission should consist of one Word document with embedded Excel files, submitted electronically through Blackboard. The Board president will also provide you with feedback on your financial plan...

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone: A Unit Plan - Bookworm ...

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone: A Unit Plan *Only the student materials in this unit plan such as worksheets, study questions, assignment sheets, and tests may be reproduced multiple times for use in the purchaser’s classroom. For additional copyright questions, please contact eNotes.com LLC or Teacher’s Pet Publications. The author of the Harry Potter books is said to be a very private person. And she might have kept it that way had she not created the now-four, soon to be five, Harry Potter books. To say that these novels have achieved fantastic success is to understate the sensation of Harry Potter. A quick search of the hundreds of web sites now devoted to Harry Potter reveal a true phenomenon. There seems to be no aspect of life that has not been touched in some way by Harry Potter books and related memorabilia. From Time to TV Guide to web sites to chat lines to television and radio show to hundreds of articles, books, trinkets, posters, and other paraphernalia, Harry Potter has suddenly become a part of our daily lives. There is no escaping him or the new world in which he lives. The books are about a young boy who catapults from life with his aunt and uncle, the “perfectly normal” Petunia and Vernon Dursley, and their fat and extremely spoiled child, Dudley. One day he is living unhappily at 4 Privet Drive, and the next he finds that he is the child of the famous wizards, Lily and James Potter, and has been accepted at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Thus the adventures of Harry Potter begin. J. K. Rowling, born Joanne Kathleen Rowling, in 1965 in Chipping Sodbury, England, is said to have written the first Harry Potter book on scraps of paper in a local café while her infant daughter Jessica slept nearby. A single parent and nearly destitute financially, Rowling created Harry Potter and his entourage mostly out of her own imagination and desires, with a wealth of magic, mythology, and other related sources tossed in. Her success has been extraordinary. Not only have her books sold like the proverbial hot cakes, but they have achieved marked success by earning notable awards and other recognition. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone has been a New York Times Bestseller, a USA Today Bestseller, a Publishers Weekly Best Book of 1998, Booklist Editor’s Choice, and Winner of the 1997 National Book Award in the United Kingdom. It has been, in addition, an ALA Notable Book, winner of the 1997 Gold Medal Smarties Prize, a New York Public Library Best Book of the Year for 1998, and recipient of the Parenting Book of the Year Award in 1998. The Potter books so far as Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. A fifth book is due to be available soon...

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“If Looks Could Kill” Toyota - Amazon Web Services

AUTOMOTIVE SILVER WINNER “If Looks Could Kill” Toyota Motor Sales - Camry Business Situation and Campaign Objectives Background and Business Objectives Within the African-American consumer market (AACM), the midsize passenger car segment is a fierce battleground. This category includes the best-selling Toyota Camry as well as two wellknown rivals – Nissan Altima and Honda Accord. The launch of the redesigned 2007 Camry was seen as an opportunity to steal share from the competition but the buyers Toyota hoped to steal did not see a reason to test drive the new Camry. Before even seeing it, African American buyers who were interested in Altima and Accord had stereotyped Camry as a “boring car for boring people”. The challenge was to convey that the new Camry was the opposite of “boring”; to position Camry as just as surprising and unexpected as the buyers themselves. Marketing Strategy The marketing objectives were to: Generate awareness for the Camry’s styling and technological advancements. Change perceptions of Camry among African-Americans intending to buy competitive brands (“conquest intenders”) by delivering a surprising experience that would cause the target to reconsider Camry (Increase consideration). Budget The total budget for the assignment (“If Looks Could Kill” campaign) was approximately $2-5 million, spread out over media, production and promotion/PR. Research Story In 2004, Toyota conducted a segmentation study of 2,207 African American vehicle intenders to better understand consumer segments within the African American Automotive Market. The study was designed to identify and describe naturally occurring segments and prioritize them based on attractiveness as targets for Toyota. A key segment were the “Flossers” – a slang term for African Americans who “want to drive fast and be noticed”. They were positively inclined towards both Toyota and Japanese vehicles. This information was combined with registration data from RL Polk that showed that the African American car buying market skewed more female (57%) and was largely single (54% for African Americans versus 29% for the General Market). Polk data also showed that Toyota’s fiercest competition for the African American car buyer were Honda and Nissan. Burrell recommended a conquest strategy (stealing share) for the launch of the redesigned 2007 Toyota Camry. We targeted African American single women- dubbed “Femme Flossers” who were predisposed to buying Honda Accord and Nissan Altima. Our hypothesis was that these women might find Camry too tame for their tastes, so we aimed to develop research that would serve as a springboard for a specific creative challenge: “What could we do to make the new Camry the opposite of ‘boring’?” To answer that question, we used qualitative testing and story telling techniques to understand how the Femme Flossers’ lifestyles, aspirations, purchase considerations and media habits differed from those of Toyota Camry “loyalists”. We spoke with African American single women who described themselves as self-confident risk takers, representing a range of professions from entrepreneurs to graphic designers. They were style-conscious, street savvy consumers who would buy Nissan Altima for its performance and Honda Accord for its styling. The Femme Flosser’s passion points were visceral entertainment, fashion, adventure/vacation travel, socializing with friends, and success – “it’s all about me”. As expected, they considered Camry “a family car that does not fit my lifestyle.” In essence, Camry was seen as boring. So we utilized the qualitative research to get feedback on a campaign aimed at showing the Camry in a surprising and unexpected way: “If Looks Could Kill” - a viral, predominantly unbranded approach aimed at appealing to the Femme Flossers’ more adventurous nature while showing off the new Camry in ways that would “surprise and delight”...

Algebra 2 Honors with Trigonometry
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Annandale High School Algebra 2 Honors with Trigonometry for sophomores and above (NOT for incoming freshmen) Summer Assignment For sophomore, junior, & senior students entering Algebra 2 Honors in the Fall of 2013 This packet is a good summary of background math knowledge you should have for Algebra 2 Honors with Trig. It will be collected for a hw grade at your first class, and the material will be tested in class during the first two weeks of school. If you have any questions on this packet or the course, you may contact Mr. Mazzarella at mjmazzarella@fcps.edu. Please do not wait until the last minute to begin this assignment. 24. Solve:if written that way in the problem. Make sure the graphs extend to the edges of the graph paper. 2) Locate the point(s) of intersection of the graphs and label them with their coordinates. Approximate the points by inspecting the graph if 191 you made it from “scratch” or by using the 2nd CALC 5:intersect function of the calculator. ** 3) State the solution set in the form of coordinates. SS = { (x1, y1), (x2, y2) } Check in both original equations. 4) If the graphs do not intersect, there is no solution. SS = { } or SS = Ø ** Substitute the answers in both original equations to check for accuracy. Solve Algebraically – Use Substitution. (If the equations are written in function form, change f(x) to y in both equations.) Steps 1) Solve the linear equation for y. 2) Substitute the resulting expression for y in the quadratic equation. This removes y from the quadratic equation and we can then solve for x. 3) Write the equation in standard form and make it equal to zero. 4) Solve as usual – factor, quadratic formula, etc. Find the real values for x. a) Two real answers for x means the equations are equal for two values of x and y. (The graphs would intersect in two places.) Algebra 2/Trigonometry Made Easy Problem solving, a primary goal of all learning standards, is emphasized throughout the text. Students are challenged to apply what has been learned to the solution of both routine and non-routine problems. Enrichment is stressed both in the text and in the Teacher’s Manual where many suggestion are given for teaching strategies and alternative assessment. The Manual provides opportunities for extended tasks and hands-on activities. Reproducible Enrichment Activities that challenge students to explore topics in greater depth are provided in each chapter of the Manual. In this text, the real number system is expanded to include the complex numbers, and algebraic, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions are investigated. The student is helped to understand the many branches of mathematics, to appreciate the common threads that link these branches, and to recognize their interdependence. The intent of the author is to make this book of greatest service to the average student through detailed explanations and multiple examples. Each section provides careful step-by-step procedures for solving routine exercises as well as the nonroutine applications of the material. Sufficient enrichment material is included to challenge students of all abilities...

SEAS - INSTRUCTIONS - RENAULT - - Efichip.com

SEAS - INSTRUCTIONS - RENAULT Please read the complete document before starting the installation Brand assignment SEAS add-on module is delivered NOT PROGRAMMED, therefore a brand (Renault in this case) must be set with computer and specific program SETUP TRUCK This procedure can be achieved both before and after the installation on the vehicle (if after the installation, the vehicle power batteries must be disconnected during the operations). Connect the programming cable to the USB port of your PC Connect the programming cable to the SEAS module by using the white 4 pins connector; during this operation the LED (Light Emission Diode) of the SEAS module will be off. Run the program SimulaCan (select it from the list of programs installed on your pc). If the connection is successfully achieved (serial communication recognized and accepted) the program will display this page: you can now select RENAULT brand Select “Send PROG” When the programming operation is completed, the yellow LED on your SEAS module will turn on. Select “Quit” to close the program SimulaCan Disconnect the programming cable of your SEAS module and place the specific cover on top of the white 4 pins connector. IMPORTANT: the following instructions indicate how to connect and install your SEAS module on the original AdBlue system of the truck. The number displayed and the colour of the conductors of the AdBlue system are referred to Renault Premium 450 year 2008, these details may vary according to different production lots or vehicle equipment. Please refer to the schemes/layouts supplied with the Renault technical manual to identify the CAN-Bus line of the AdBlue system, its protection fuse and the power feeding. The main working procedure of SEAS modules does not vary. Installation on the vehicle: Before proceeding, please make sure that the following conditions are respected: • NO faulty codes memorized in the original ECU. • AdBlue liquid higher than the reserve level • Vehicle batteries disconnected from the electrical circuit The SEAS module is supplied with 5 conductors: Power feeding / activation: RED (+15): BLACK (earth): GREY (+30): to be connected to a 24 Volt source “under key” (24 Volt enabled when the engine key is in ON position); preferably to the same source that enables the AdBlue system working. This connection will supply power to the SEAS module when the engine key is in ON position (dashboard ON). to be connected to an earth available, preferably the same as AdBlue. to be connected to a 24 Volt source always available of AdBlue system, necessarily BETWEEN the F109 protection fuse and the AdBlue system...

Consumer Products Packaging Design - Wright Design

Consumer Products Packaging Design The Design Process and Some Basic Tips Package design for a new consumer product is as important as the product inside. This article will present a brief roadmap for designing the package for optimum effectiveness. Ideally the package designer will be a professional with strong consumer products experience. Except for the product itself, there is nothing more important to a product’s success than having a hardworking, truly sales generating package. If the package is not designed right, the trade will never buy the product and the consumer will never try it. The first section of this article reviews a typical Design Process. The second section offers some basic Packaging Design Tips. The Design Process Packaging Design - Preparation Here’s a typical Design Process. It is important to use a step by step organized approach to develop packaging design. Among other things, it helps to define which steps are client responsibilities and which are responsibilities of the design firm. 1. The first step in the process is for the client to describe the assignment to the design firm, assemble all relevant information and materials, list product benefits and key points in their priority of importance and clarify any mandatories. A “mandatory” is something that is required for the category or company. A “category” example would be the legal way a product should be described. A “company” example could be that the company president doesn’t like the color red. That means that the designer won’t use red! 2. The second step is for the design firm to prepare a proposal for the client. The proposal should include the designer’s understanding of the assignment and responsibilities, and how the designer plans to execute the assignment, spelling out deliverables, timetables and costs for each module or phase in the process. 3. The third is the most important step in the design process and it has nothing to do with graphics. The client and/or the design firm must develop a Communications Strategy that includes a strong USP - Unique Selling Proposition - (sometimes referred to as a Brand Positioning or the Brand Essence) as well as specific design direction for the specific project. The USP gives the trade and consumer a clear understanding of what makes your product different and better than your competition. There is nothing more important to the designer than to have a clear, powerful Brand Positioning to execute. The Design Process Packaging Design - Preparation A Brand Positioning Formula Unique or Preemptive* What is different about your product or service? In what ways is your offering different from your competition? Relevant Among those things that are different about your product or service, what differences are relevant? What is the most important unique attribute to your prospect target market? Believable Is your claim (your product/service difference) believable to your target prospect? Is it reasonable to think that your company can produce/offer this product or service? Performable Can you prove your claim? Does your product or service perform as claimed? * For lack of uniqueness, consider preemptive. Among the most important category benefits of your product or service, which one is not now being claimed by the competition and is, therefore, possible for you to preempt? The Design Process Packaging Design - Brand Identity For a new product, the next step in the Packaging Design Process is to create a graphic identity or logo...

Tips Mengerjakan Soal Barisan dan Teks

Tips mengerjakan soal TPA (Bagian 3 : Barisan dan Wacana) Barisan adalah sekelompok bilangan yang disusun menurut pola atau aturan tertentu. Kita mengenal beberapa barisan, yaitu : 1. Barisan Aritmetika : un = a + (n-1)b Barisan yang memiliki beda atau selisih yang tetap diantara dua suku yang berurutan. Contoh : 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, .. Beda barisan di atas = 2 4 – 2 = 6 – 4 = 8 – 6 = 10 – 8 = 2 2. Barisan Geometri : un = a ⋅ rn-1 Barisan yang memiliki rasio atau pembanding yang tetap diantara dua suku berurutan. Contoh : 1, 3, 9, 27, 81, .. Rasio barisan di atas = 3 3 9 27 81 3 9 27 1 3 3. Barisan Fibonacci (sering keluar di SNMPTN) : un = un-2 + un-1 Barisan bilangan dimana suku berikutnya adalah jumlah dua suku sebelumnya. Contoh : 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, … 1+1=2 1+2=3 2+3=5 3+5=8 8 + 13 = 21 dan seterusnya 4. Barisan bujursangkar (barisan kuadrat) : un = n2 Contoh : 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, … 5. Barisan persegi panjang : un = n(n+1) Contoh : 2, 6, 12, 20, 30, 42, … ...

Klik Disini - Al Kausar Boarding School

Kegiatan & Prestasi Murid Kabar Al Kausar 2013 TIM REDAKSI Penanggung Jawab : Supriyatin, S.Si (Kepala SMP Internat Al Kausar, SMA Insan Cendekia Al Kausar) Kabar Al Kausar 2013 S VISI & MISI Visi “Menjadi Sekolah Terbaik yang Menghasilkan Calon Pemimpin Masa Depan yang Berkepribadian Islami, Menguasai IPTEK, Trampil dan Mandiri” Misi • Membimbing peserta didik untuk Fasilitas Sekolah memahami ajaran Islam secara komprehensif agar memiliki komitmen dalam menjalankan serta memperjuangkan ajaran Islam. • Membantu peserta didik men- Fasilitas Asrama Puteri jadi pribadi yang mencintai ilmu pengetahuan dan teknologi,berkembang secara optimal dan menerapkannya untuk diri danlingkungannya. • Menyelenggarakan sistem pendi- Fasilitas Kolam Renang dikan yang mendukung tumbuhkembangnya jiwa kepemimpinan dan keterampilan hidup bagi peserta didik. • Membangun citra sekolah sebagai mitra terpercaya di masyarakat...

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