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Please read the five articles below (four links and one attachment) and answer t

Please read the five articles below (four links and one attachment) and answer the questions listed below. Thank you. Please feel free to reach me out if there’s any questions.
https://academic.oup.com/cdj/article/45/2/198/339402?login=true
https://academic.oup.com/cdj/article/51/1/23/2365880?login=true
https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/18003
https://publications.gc.ca/site/eng/245322/publication.html
Questions
a)Based on what you have learned from the readings in this lesson, how would you define or describe “community” in the context of resource and infrastructure projects?
b)Thinking of what you have learned in previous courses, your workplace experience as well as your reading about technological developments, describe the nature and significance of challenges posed by global communications technologies (including social media) to the practice of community development generally and for development associated with large projects specifically?
c)Describe your understanding of the term “neoliberalism” and of its criticisms. In your view, what aspects do critics get right, and what do they get wrong? Is community development just window-dressing for exploitation?
d)Deanna Kemp suggests that while integrity in local practice can mitigate some of the concerns raised by Kenny, the effectiveness of local practice faces impediments that community developers must consider. What are these impediments?

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reasons for interest in Environmental Engineering Sciences and this program of s

reasons for interest in Environmental Engineering Sciences and this program of study
reasons for interest in the University
career goals
your academic preparation including a highlight of your written and quantitative abilities. If your concentration has specific requirements or preferred qualifications, please address how your previous coursework/experiences fulfill them.

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DEAR WRITER THIS IS THE EXAM, DURATION IS 30 MINUTES ( wednesday 8:30 am till 9

DEAR WRITER THIS IS THE EXAM, DURATION IS 30 MINUTES ( wednesday 8:30 am till 9 am los angeles time)
PLEASE, ESTIMATE THE PRICE FOR THIS ORDER
This is a quizzz 30 minutes
Chapter 5 subjects: Fundamentals of SPC (applies to the Chapters 6 and 7as well)
Chance (common) cause vs. assignable (special) cause
The basic formula for Shewart control charts (the “master key!” in which the statistic to be controlled is w)
Difference between control charts for variables and control charts for attributes
Difference between the number of subgroups/samples (m) and sample size (n)
Phase I and Phase II control charts; how revising control charts is done, and why.
Rational subgroups: meaning and the difference between a) variation within samples/subgroups and b) variation between them.
Patterns on control charts: interpretation of various patterns
Sensitizing rules
ARL0, ARL1, and ATS
OC Curves and what should be the sample size (n) for a given or shift in mean
Choice of the limits based on Type I error (what should the distance in limits, L, be in order to have a Type I error equal to a given value, for example .0027)
General theory/principle of control charts. Why/how it works: distribution of individual measurements vs. averages (based on the Central Limit Theorem)
Relationship between Type I error and number of sensitizing rules implemented
Chapter 6 subjects: control charts for variables
How to calculate the centerline and limits for xbar-R, xbar-s, charts for individuals
and how to read the constants from the table
How to estimate the process’s true mean and variance from the calculated R and s, MR
The choice between s and R: when to use which, advantages/disadvantages of each
Estimating process capability (Cp)
What are the limits when the true mean and variance of the process are given
Patterns on control charts for variables
OC curve, ARLs (ARL0, ARL1), shift in the process mean as a multiple of process sigma
X-bar-s control chart with variable sample sizes
Chapter 7 subjects: control charts for attributes
Calculating the center line and the limits for p, np, c and u charts
Knowing the difference between control charts for nonconforming units (p, np) and control charts for nonconformities (defects)
Interpretation of out of control points (above or below the limits)
Dealing with variable sample sizes (variable-width control limits, standardized control limits, and average n (for np and u charts)
Choice of sample size (n) for fraction non-conforming (we talked about three different methods in class)
OC Curve and ARL (for both categories)
The relationship between probability distributions and control charts for attributes
Chapter 8 subjects: (process and measurement systems) capability analysis
The difference between (UCL, LCL), (UNTL, LNTL), and (USL, LSL)
Calculations of Cp, P, Cpl, Cpu, Cpk, Cpm
Graphical interpretation/representation of process capability based on ratios
Calculations of the percentage of waste and defective PPM for given specifications
The meaning of each capability index mentioned in 2
The concept of capability based on variation in production
Chapter 15 subjects: Lot by lot acceptance sampling
Advantages and disadvantages of sampling
Methods and importance of random sampling
Calculations and set-up of the OC curve for a single-sampling plan for attributes
How rectifying inspections works
Calculations of AOQ and ATI
How simple-sampling plans are designed based on given p1,p2,alpha, and betta (nomograph)
Producer and consumer’s perspectives on sampling plans (in OC curves)
The effects of the sampling plan parameters (n,c) on the OC Curve
Meaning and interpretation of AOQ and AOQL
Type-A vs Type-B OC curves
The difference between Single vs Double vs Multiple Sampling plans

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No copyright or plagiarism material of course.

1. The summary of the review paper
2. Your understanding on the review paper
3. Your thoughts or opinions on the review paper
4. 3-4 sentences summarizing the summary in a presentable format
Please use your own words and only citations from the article. No copyright or plagiarism material of course.

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Provide also a simple mitigation approach.

Cyber threats are becoming more prevalent in the aviation domain, and many of them could have significant safety implications. To mitigate the risk, simple replication of components is not enough, because two or more identical components can be compromised at the same time by exploiting a common software vulnerability. This is one of the clear cases in which a common cause (exploiting an existing software vulnerability) could disable, at the same time, both the main controller and the secondary one, and thus transitioning the controlled system directly into a failed state. Provide argumentation on the common cause analysis approach to be used from the three covered in this module: Particular Risk Analysis, Zonal Safety Analysis, Common Mode Analysis. Provide also a simple mitigation approach.

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Assignment

Goals
The purpose of this homework is to learn to define a real data science project including data collection, pre-processing, and analysis steps using project management techniques. (100 points)
Assignment
Complete this assignment in a word document, with sections that correspond to the requirements below.
Report (2 pages maximum): Describe the project that you proposed in homework 1 in terms of data science
1. Updated Description of the Project
2. Elevator Pitch
3. Updated Project objectives
4. Project scope
5. Data analysis and Solution (with updated workflow sketch)
6. Outcome of project
7. Include as an appendix the original description that you wrote for homework 1 / 5, which you can update it based on comments or new understanding making sure you highlight your changes in red font
1. Updated description of the problem — These are the questions you posed about the data in the earlier homeworks and your motivation to pose those questions
2. Elevator pitch — An abbreviated description of the problem (#1 above) summarized in 1-2 sentences.
3. Updated project objectives — This is a description of the datasets that you will be using, and the pre-processing that you would need to do.
4. Project scope — This is a brief discussion about things that you would NOT address in your project.
5. Data analysis and solution — This is the kind of data analysis that you plan to do, and the workflow sketch showing the analysis steps.
6. Outcome of the project — What you would expect to result from the project (for example a new product, an extension of an existing product, a new recommendation, etc)
***Items 1, 3, & 5 were already part of Homework 5. You should use what you wrote there, updated as needed.

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Paper is already written, i just need it to be professional paraphrased with 0% plagiarism.

Paper is already written, I just need it to be professional paraphrased with 0% plagiarism. Paper is 1803 words, I just need to paraphrase the wor …

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This project concerns a designing and optimisaing of a dynmic obsorber for a continues structure to attenuate mechanica vibration using ansys finite element package.

This project concerns a designing and optimisaing of a dynmic obsorber for a continues structure to attenuate mechanica vibration using Ansys finite element package.

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Type of paper and subject

This is a engineering technical report I have PowerPoint of the materials and teacher instructions
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-sharp bins design for needle injection users outside healthcare facilities research

-Sharp bins design for needle injection users outside healthcare facilities research
-Also safe disposal methods for those needle injections waste
Further details are provided in the document that is attached below
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