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University of Florida - CWR - 4202
Inlets, Gravity Piping Systems, and Storm Sewer DesignChapter 3her. A combination inlet&gt;f a combination inlet forSet the variable you want to solve for by selecting it from the pull-down menuin theSolve For: field. Then, click Solve. The calculated v
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University of Florida Final Exam Study Guide Spring 2012Be able to explain the following terms with examples where appropriateAdrenarcheMenarcheSpermarcheHaplotypeHLAMHCAGASGALGACentenariansThe Metabolic SyndromeAutoimmune diseasesEndocrine
University of Florida - GEB - 3035
UNIT 1Achieving Business SuccessMcGrawHill/IrwinTheMcGrawHillCompanies,AllRightsReservedUNIT ONE Chapter One Business Driven Technology Chapter Two Identifying Competitive Advantages Chapter Three Strategic Initiatives forImplementing Competitive
University of Florida - GEB - 3035
CHAPTER 2Identifying CompetitiveAdvantagesMcGrawHill/IrwinTheMcGrawHillCompanies,AllRightsReservedLEARNING OUTCOMES2.1Explain why competitive advantages aretypically temporary2.2List and describe each of the five forces inPorters Five Forces Mo
University of Florida - GEB - 3035
CHAPTER 3Strategic Initiatives forImplementing CompetitiveAdvantagesMcGrawHill/IrwinTheMcGrawHillCompanies,AllRightsReservedLEARNING OUTCOMES3.1List and describe the four basiccomponents of supply chainmanagement3.2Explain customer relationshi
University of Florida - GEB - 3035
CHAPTER 4Measuring the Successof Strategic InitiativesMcGrawHill/IrwinTheMcGrawHillCompanies,AllRightsReservedLEARNING OUTCOMES4.1Compare efficiency IT metrics andeffectiveness IT metrics4.2List and describe five common types ofefficiency IT me
University of Florida - GEB - 3035
CHAPTER 5Organizational Structures thatSupport Strategic InitiativesMcGrawHill/IrwinTheMcGrawHillCompanies,AllRightsReservedLEARNING OUTCOMES5.1Compare the responsibilities of a chiefinformation officer (CIO), chief technologyofficer (CTO), chief
University of Florida - GEB - 3035
UNIT TWOExploring BusinessIntelligenceMcGrawHill/IrwinTheMcGrawHillCompanies,AllRightsReservedUNIT TWO Chapter Six Valuing OrganizationalInformation Chapter Seven Storing OrganizationalInformationDatabases Chapter Eight AccessingOrganizational
University of Florida - GEB - 3035
CHAPTER 7Storing OrganizationalInformationDatabasesMcGrawHill/IrwinTheMcGrawHillCompanies,AllRightsReservedLEARNING OUTCOMES7.1 Define the fundamental concepts of therelational database model7.2 Evaluate the advantages of therelational database m
University of Florida - GEB - 3035
CHAPTER 8Accessing OrganizationalInformationDataWarehouseMcGrawHill/IrwinTheMcGrawHillCompanies,AllRightsReservedLEARNING OUTCOMES8.1Describe the roles and purposes of datawarehouses and data marts in anorganization8.2Compare the multidimensio
University of Florida - GEB - 3035
UNIT THREEStreamlining BusinessOperationsMcGrawHill/IrwinTheMcGrawHillCompanies,AllRightsReservedUNIT THREE Chapter Nine Enabling the OrganizationDecision Making Chapter Ten Extending the OrganizationSupply Chain Management Chapter Eleven Buildi
University of Florida - GEB - 3035
CHAPTER 10Extending the OrganizationSupply Chain ManagementMcGrawHill/IrwinTheMcGrawHillCompanies,AllRightsReservedLEARNING OUTCOMES10.1 List and describe the components of a typicalsupply chain10.2 Define the relationship between decisionmaking
University of Florida - GEB - 3035
CHAPTER 11Building a Customer-CentricOrganizationCustomerRelationship ManagementMcGrawHill/IrwinTheMcGrawHillCompanies,AllRightsReservedLEARNING OUTCOMES11.1 Compare operational and analytical customerrelationship management11.2 Identify the prim
University of Florida - GEB - 3035
CHAPTER 12Integrating the Organizationfrom End to EndEnterpriseResource PlanningMcGrawHill/IrwinTheMcGrawHillCompanies,AllRightsReservedLEARNING OUTCOMES12.1Describe the role information plays in enterpriseresource planning systems12.2Identify
University of Florida - GEB - 3035
UNIT FOURBuilding InnovationMcGrawHill/IrwinTheMcGrawHillCompanies,AllRightsReservedUNIT FOUR Chapter Thirteen - Creating InnovativeOrganization Chapter Fourteen - Ebusiness Chapter Fifteen - Creating CollaborativePartnerships Chapter Sixteen -
University of Florida - GEB - 3035
University of Florida - GEB - 3035
CHAPTER 15Creating CollaborativePartnershipsMcGrawHill/IrwinTheMcGrawHillCompanies,AllRightsReservedLEARNING OUTCOMES15.1 Identify the different ways in whichcompanies collaborate using technology15.2 Compare the different categories ofcollaborat
University of Florida - GEB - 3035
CHAPTER 16Integrating WirelessTechnology in BusinessMcGrawHill/IrwinTheMcGrawHillCompanies,AllRightsReservedLEARNING OUTCOMES16.1 Explain the business benefits of usingwireless technology16.2 Describe the wireless trends that benefitconsumers and
University of Florida - GEB - 3035
UNIT FIVETransformingOrganizationsMcGrawHill/IrwinTheMcGrawHillCompanies,AllRightsReservedUNIT FIVE Chapter Seventeen Building Software toSupport an Agile Organization Chapter Eighteen Managing OrganizationalProjects Chapter Nineteen - Outsourci
University of Florida - GEB - 3035
CHAPTER 18ManagingOrganizational ProjectsMcGrawHill/IrwinTheMcGrawHillCompanies,AllRightsReservedLEARNING OUTCOMES1. Explain the triple constraints and itsimportance in project management2. Describe the fundamentals ofproject management18-2MANA
University of Florida - CGS - 2420
The Linked List (LL)Each node x in a linked list contains:key[x]- The value stored at x.next[x]- Pointer to left child of x.The while list is accessed by a headpointer to the first node.Last one points to NILheadKey(x)next[x]Inserting the elemen
University of Florida - CGS - 2420
Software DesignDeriving a solution whichsatisfies software requirementsIan Sommerville 1995/2000 (Modified by Spiros Mancoridis 1999)Software Engineering, 5th edition. Chapters 10,11Slide 1Stages of DesignProblem understandingLook at the problem f
University of Florida - CGS - 2420
System modelsAbstract descriptions ofsystems whose requirementsare being analysedIan Sommerville 1995/2000 (Modified by Spiros Mancoridis 1999)Software Engineering, 6th edition. Chapter 7Slide 1System modellingSystem modelling helps the analyst to
University of Florida - CGS - 2420
Software PrototypingAnimating and demonstratingsystem requirementsIan Sommerville 1995/2000 (Modified by Spiros Mancoridis 1999)Software Engineering, 6th edition. Chapter 8Slide 1Uses of System PrototypesThe principal use is to help customers andd
University of Florida - CGS - 2531
Chapter 1Managing to Excel1. Effectively converse with managers about what they do and understand what you would do as amanager.2. Describe the general nature of organizations that you may someday manage.An organization is a system of resources struc
University of Florida - CGS - 2531
Chapter 2Decisions, Decisions, Decisons1. Explain what a decision is and what it means to make a decision.A decision is a choice about: a course of action.a strategy of action(classical view)leading to a certain desired objective*A piece of knowled
University of Florida - CGS - 2531
Chapter 3Decision Makers and Processes1. Compare and contrast four major kinds of decision makers that you are likely to encounterin an organization.a. Individual - May be a person (may vary in terms of training, experience, cognitiveskills, intellig
University of Florida - CGS - 2531
Chapter 4Knowledge Matters1. Explain the significance that efficient and effective knowledge management has for decision makingefforts.a. Knowlede pervades the knowledge-management processb. knowledge is the raw material that is made into finished go
University of Florida - CGS - 2531
Chapter 5Decision Support Systems Overview1. Cite the purposes for which decision support systems may exist.a. Improve decision making ability of managers by allowing more or better decisions withinconstraints of cognitive, time and economic limits.b
University of Florida - CGS - 2531
Chapter 6Decision Support Systems Architecture1. Describe the basic architecture of a decision support system.a.b.c.b.Language system (LS)Presentation system (PS)systems of knowledge representationKnowledge System (KS)Problem Processing System
University of Florida - CGS - 2531
Chapter 7Building Decision Support Systems1. Explain the relative advantages and disadvantages of do-it-yourself versus professional development.Needs to AttainUnderstanding of*Problemdomain*End-user-needs-functionality-interfaceHas attainedInf
University of Florida - CGS - 2531
Chapter 8DSS DEVELOPMENT TOOLS1. Distinguish between DSSs and the tools used to build DSSs.Knowledge management techniques can be implemented in many tools and a tool can furnishmultiple knowledge management techniques.(i.e., spreadsheet tools emphas
University of Florida - CGS - 2531
Chapter 9Expression, Text, Hypertext, and Database Management.1. Describe the main features of each of the following knowledge management techniques:a. Expression Management .During decision making, ad hoc calculations such as those done in expression
University of Florida - CGS - 2531
Chapter 10Solver, Spreadsheet,Program and Menu Management1. Describe the main features of each of the following knowledge management techniques:a. Solver Management - an algorithm isprocedural knowledge used to solve a problemPrimarily for procedural
University of Florida - CGS - 2531
Chapter 11Forms, Reports, Graphics, rule, and Message Management1. Describe the main features of each of the following knowledge management techniques:a. Forms management-Concerned with representation of presentation knowledge as a form and theproces
University of Florida - CGS - 2531
CHAPTER 16Organizational Computing for Decision Support1. Offer an organizational perspective that identifies and relates multiple kinds of decision support systemsfound in an organization.- 4 class of ODSS in a 3 Dimensional Framework (see Figure 16-
University of Florida - CGS - 2531
Chapter 17Multiparticipant Decision Support Systems1. Distinguish between GDSSs and ODSSs. (traits, definitions)- ODSS-Involves computer-based technology and may contain communicationtechnologies.- accommodates users who perform different organizatio
University of Florida - CGS - 2425
EXPERT SYSTEMSChapters 1-5The world of Artificial Intelligence (AI)OverviewAI endeavors to make machines such as computers capable of displaying intelligentbehavior.AI research topics :a. Natural language processingb. Reasoningc. Automatic progra
University of Florida - PHY - 3513
Homework APHY3513Due: Monday, Jan 231111+ + + + . = ?2 3! 4! 5!11111(b) 1 + + . = ?234561. (a) 2 +2. Expand (1 2tz + t 2 ) 1/2 in powers of t assuming that t is small. Collect the coefficientsof t0, t1. and t2.3. The displacement z of a partic
University of Florida - PHY - 3513
Homework BPHY3513Due: Friday, Feb. 10, 20121. (4.2)2. (4.4) Note that there is a factor of two error in the equations stated in the text for thisproblem. Also, recognize that dT/dE is related to an important thermodynamic quantity. e e x3. (4.7)
University of Florida - PHY - 3513
Homework CPHY3513Due: Friday, February 24, 20121. (a) problem 6.1; (b) Calculate the average distance between the molecules.2. problem 6.23. problem 6.44. problem 6.55. A gas is contained in a cylinder fitted with a frictionless piston and is taken
University of Florida - PHY - 3513
Homework DPHY3513Due: Mar. 16, 20121. A Carnot cycle using 1 mole of an ideal gas (not necessarily a monatomic gas) as aworking substance is composed of two isothermal and two adiabatic reversible processes(See figure).The thermodynamic states are d
University of Florida - PHY - 3513
Homework EPHY3513Due: Monday, April 2, 20121. (16.1) Try and do these without looking up the derivations in your textbook.2. (16.2) Justify each step in your derivations (i.e., reciprocity, Maxwell relation, etc.)3. (a) (16.3) Use the relations: dU =
University of Florida - PHY - 3513
Homework FPHY3513Due: April 11, 20121. The van der Waals equation of state provides a model for real gases. Another modelfor a real gas involves a perturbative expansion from Boyles ideal gas law. For onepVmole of a real gas, instead of= 1 (ideal g
University of Florida - PHY - 3513
Reflections on the Motive Power of FireandOn Machines fitted to produce that Power(V1, p1)(V2, p2)(V4, p4)(V3, p3)T1T2(V2, p2)(V1, p1) W = - Q &lt; 0(V3, p3)(V2, p2)U = W &lt; 0(V3, p3)(V4, p4) W = - Q &gt; 0(V1, p1)U = W &gt; 0S u m m a ryo n C a
University of Florida - PHY - 3513
Conversion of Heat to Work (a heat engine)Heat reservoir attemperature T2 &gt; T1Q heatW workboth in JoulesQ2HeatEngineQ1Cold reservoir atColdtemperature T1 &lt; T2WCooling via Work (Carnot Refrigerator)Environment attemperature Th &gt; TlQhWRef
University of Florida - PHY - 3513
A th e o ryis th e m o re im p re s s ive th e g re a te rth e s im p lic ity o fits p re m is e s ,th e m o re d iffe re ntkind s o fth ing s itre la te s ,a nd th e m o re e xte nd e d its a re a o fa p p lic a b ility.T h e re fo re th e d e e p im p
University of Florida - PHY - 3513
&quot;Experiment is the interpreter of nature.Experiments never deceive. It is our judgmentwhich sometimes deceives itself because itexpects results which experiment refuses.&quot;- Leonardo da Vinci(1452-1519)Thermodynamics Large number of particles ~N= 6
University of Florida - PHY - 3513
View on Cold in 17th Centurywhile the sources of heat were obvious the sun, thecrackle of a fire, the life force of animals and human beings cold was a mystery without an obvious source, a chillassociated with death, inexplicable, too fearsome toinve
University of Florida - PHY - 3513
In-class Exam #1, Wednesday, Feb 1 (50 minutes)Covers chapters 1-3, HW_A and lecture material.Formula sheets/notes (2 pages single sided) allowed.Hand held calculators allowed. HW_B due Friday, Feb 10Maxwell-Boltzmann velocity distributionMaxwell-B
University of Florida - PHY - 3513
Gas pressure and the ideal gas lawAssume specular collisions*Change in momentum:mv cos ( mv cos )= 2mv cos *Bold assumption but more general calculation gives same result.Molecular FluxMolecular# in cylinder = n f (v) dv ( vdt cos dA )Elementofar
University of Florida - PHY - 3513
ThermodynamicsThermodynamicsConcerns the study of the Equilibrium properties (or quasi-static equilibrium)of a system and its surroundings.Temperature is a variable, and heat and work are somehow involved.Heat is energy in transit.SurroundingsWoSy
University of Florida - PHY - 3513
Configuration WorkConfigurationThis is the work done in a reversible process given by the product of someintensive variable (y) and the change in some extensive variable (X). The mostgeneral case would be:W = y dX ,iii = 1, 2,.n.iW is called th
University of Florida - MAP - 6506
Exam 1, MAP 6506, Spring12, Due March 19, 2012, (by 3 pm in class)Consider the Derichlet and Neumann problems for the two-dimensional Laplace equation.The same notations are adopted as in lectures. An open bounded region G is bounded by acurve S that h
University of Florida - MAP - 6506
Exam 1, MAP 4341/5345, Spring121. Determine the equilibrium temperature distribution for one-dimensional rod with constantthermal properties:ut(x, t) = kuxx(x, t),u(x, 0) = x(L x),ux (0, t) u(0, t) + T = 0,ux (L, t) = awhere T and a are constants,
University of Florida - MAP - 6506
Exam 1, MAP 4341/5345, Spring121. Show your work! Write your name on every piece of paper you turn in!2. Write your alias name on the back of the exam sheet.3. You may use appropriate Fourier series for the solutions satisfying the zero boundary condit
University of Florida - MAP - 6506
Exam 3, MAP 4341/5345, Spring121. Show your work! Write your name on every piece of paper you turn in!2. You may use appropriate Fourier series for the solutions satisfying the boundary conditions (as inthe homework) without deriving them.1. Solve the
University of Florida - MAP - 6506
Homework 1, MAP 6506, Spring12, Due March 19, 2012, (by 3 pm in class)1. Consider an integral equation with Volterra kernel:xu (x ) = aK (x, y )u(y )dy + f (x)where K (x, y ) is continuous in the closed triangle a y x b and f is continuous on [a, b]
University of Florida - MAP - 6506
Homework 1, MAP 4341/5345, Spring121. Solve the initial value boundary problemut(x, t) = kuxx (x, t),u(x, 0) = T,u(0, t) = 0,ux (L, t) = 0where T is a constant.Answer:2an ekn t sin(n x),u(x, t) =n =nn,2Lan =4T[1 cos(n L)],nn = 1, 3, 5,
University of Florida - MAP - 6506
Homework 2, MAP 4341/5345, Spring121. Solve each of the following initial value boundary problems for the heat equationut(x, t) = kuxx (x, t) + q (x, t):(i). k = 1, u(x + 1, t) = u(x, t), u(x, 0) = 2 sin2(x), q (x, t) = sin(2x t)(ii). k = 2, u(2, t) =
University of Florida - MAP - 6506
Homework 3, MAP 4341/5345, Spring121. LetA=6 22 3(see also the textbook Example on p. 186 and your notes). Use the orthogonal basis of theeigenvectors of the matrix A to solve each of the following initial value problems:(i)dx04= Ax + f , f =,