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Given a collection of tables, be able to write either a:
Uncorrelated/correlated subquery in the SELECT, FROM, WHERE, and HAVING clause
SELECT tblVulnerabilityType.VulnerabilityTypeID, tblVulnerabilityType.Description,
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CIS-324 Study Guide for Exam 2
1:1 Relationshipsa relationship in which one parent entity instance can be associated with only on child entity
instance. At the same time, one childs entity instance can be associated with only one parent entity instance.
Describe the multiplicity of a
relationship between two
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1. What are the purposes of the system request and the feasibility analysis? How are they
used in the project selection process?
The purpose of the system request is to initiate a systems project. A system request is a
document that describes the business
Monday October 25, 2010
Tuesday October 26, 2010
Wednesday October 27, 2010
Thursday October 28, 2010 Ch5 O 6 N quiz
Friday October 29, 2010
Saturday October 30, 2010
November 1, 2010
November 2, 2010 Project work day
November 3, 2010
November 4, 2010 Tes
ISC 551-501 Project
ISC 551-502 Project
You MUST choose an appropriaate team name
You MUST choose an appropriate team name
Akkaladevi, Ravi Chandra Akula, Akilesh Bollina, Naveen Kumar Davuluri, Ravi Teja Guthikonda, Naga Sai A. Koneti, Shravan
ISC 551 Important Changes to Syllabi Friday, October 15, 2010 There will be a take home final. It will be passed out at the end of class on Tuesday, November 30, 2010. It will be due in my office, FCE 4 at 3:30 PM on Tuesday, December 14, 2010.
Information 9/14/2010 First text Tuesday 9/21/2010 will cover chapters one and two plus readings. Assignment submission file name yourlastname.assignmentinformation.duedate due date in the form mmddyyyy subject field yourlastname.assignmentinformation.due
ISC-551 Interface Design Project Requirements Fall-2010
This document is a description of major requirements for the interface design project. The requirements are broken down into phased deliverables. A list of major milestones for the project follows: P
After reading Chapter One, you should locate and read two articles: (1) the Grudin article cited in our syllabus.
Grudin, Jonathan, The Case Against User Interface Consistency," Communications of the ACM, Volume 32, Issue 10, October 1989, pp.1164-1173.
Chapter 3 Discussion Topics Answer the following questions for Tuesday, September 28th. Email the answers in a word document following the prescribed format. Be prepared to discuss the questions in class.
1. A new start-up, DTUI Inc., is designing a syste
References Chapter 2
1. Goodhue, Dale, and Thompson, Ronald, "Task-Technology Fit and Individual Performance," MIS Quarterly (19:2), June 19995, pp. 213-236. A one page summary is due 9/9/2010.
Be prepared to discuss in class.
2. Zhang, Ping, Izak Benbasa
Chapter 2 Discussion Topics
Answer the following questions. Be prepared to discuss your answers in class and send to Feinstein as an attachmnet to an e-mail. Be sure to follow email conventions. Due: 9/9/2010 1. Give a brief explanation of the Eight Golde
Chapter 1 Discussion Topics with Answers
1. Describe three populations of users with special needs. For each of these 2. 3.
populations, suggest three ways current interfaces could be improved to better serve them. Devise an outline, consistent with the s