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Economic research;the mobile network

12. Bicycle accidents are more a function of the average distance travelled than the number of bicycles on the road. True/False/Cannot say

VII. Despite vehicle improvements and campaigns for road safety, many injuries and fatalities are still caused by collisions and other incidents involving vehicles. According to investigations in the United States, some of these accidents could be prevented through the development of a mobile internet network. All of the cars on a stretch of road would be linked to each other, comprising the mobile network. Only one of these vehicles would need to be connected to the internet to download travel news to the mobile network. The studies highlight the safety advantages of such a system, which would enable drivers to find out about accidents and potential dangers….

Case study

Case Study 7.1 245

a risk assessment for a project based on the following information:

identified risk factors likelihood

1. Key team members pulled off project 1. High

2. Chance of economic downturn 2. Low

3. Project funding cut 3. Medium

4. Project scope changes 4. High

5. Poor spec. performance 5. Low

Based on this information, how would you rate the conse- quences of each of the identified risk factors? Why? Con- struct the risk matrix and classify each of the risk factors in the matrix.

7.3 developing risk Mitigation strategies. Develop a pre- liminary risk mitigation strategy for each of the risk fac- tors identified in Problem 2. If you were to prioritize your efforts, which risk factors would you address first? Why?

7.4 Quantitative risk….

the project schedule baseline.

Engineering homework help

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Chapter 9

1.  Define and explain all the following terms below:

a. Path:

b. Activity

c. Early Start

d. Early Finish

e. Late Start

f.  Late Finish

g. Forward Pass

h. Backward Pass

i.  Node

j.  AON

k. Float

l. Critical Path

m. PERT

2.  “The shortest total length of a project is determined by the longest path through the network.”  Explain the concept behind this statement.  Why does the longest path determine the shortest project length?

3.What is the time estimate of an activity in which the optimistic estimate is 2 days, pessimistic is 12 days, and most likely is 4 days?  Show your complete  work with formulas and equation ( caluculations).

4.Check the attachment below named Q 4 and answer 9.7 question in….

The stages of group development

Chapter 6

Question 1: Read, list and discuss:

a. The stages of group development

b. Types of conflicts

c. Types of negotiation

Chapter 7

1.Do you agree with the following statement: “With proper planning it is possible to eliminate most/all risks from a project.”  Why or why not?

2.Analyze Figure 7.2 in the attachment (degree of risk over the project life cycle).  What is the practical significance of this model?  What implications does it suggest for managing risk?

3.Assessing Risk and Benefits:  Suppose you are a member of a project team that is evaluating the bids of potential contractors for developing some sub-assemblies for your project.  Your boss makes it clear that any successful bid must demonstrate a balance between risk and price.  Explain how this is so;….

Project Management Assign

1.  Define and explain all the following terms below:

a. Path:

b. Activity

c. Early Start

d. Early Finish

e. Late Start

f.  Late Finish

g. Forward Pass

h. Backward Pass

i.  Node

j.  AON

k. Float

l. Critical Path

m. PERT

2.  “The shortest total length of a project is determined by the longest path through the network.”  Explain the concept behind this statement.  Why does the longest path determine the shortest project length?

3.What is the time estimate of an activity in which the optimistic estimate is 2 days, pessimistic is 12 days, and most likely is 4 days?  Show your complete  work with formulas and equation ( caluculations).

4.Check the attachment below named Q 4 and answer 9.7 question in the attachement completely with the table reference….

Operating system questions : RAID ect….

1.Suppose you have two RAID arrays, one implementing RAID 3, the other RAID 5. Each has 9 disk drives in its array. If the RAID 5 array can read a 1 Kbyte of data in 16 ms, how long would you expect the RAID 3 array to take to read 1 Kbyte of data? Why?

2. Suppose now your two RAIDs are a RAID 5 and a RAID 6. Each of these RAIDs has a read speed of 48 MB/sec. In the event of a disk failure in either of these RAIDs, read performance is degraded by 12% as data from the failed disk must now be re-constructed from the RAID’s redundant data. For each of the cases below, assume the 875 Kbytes of data to be read….