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Software Engineering Practices – Sample Scenario III

Scenario #01 A well-defined software architecture reveals the foundation of a solid software system. This describes its major components, their relationships and how they interact with each other. There are various architectural properties can be derived using the core elements of such an architecture. How these architectural properties have been evolved when shifting from Client-Server architectural style to Service Oriented…

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Software Engineering Practices – Sample Scenario II

Scenario A software process is a set of related activities that leads to the production of the software. These activities may involve the development of the software from the scratch or modifying an existing system. Normally, the software process is modelled explicitly when it is needed to be managed properly. Explain the key aspects that needs to be considered when…

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Software Engineering Practices – Sample Scenario I

Scenario Professional Responsibility can be considered as one of the major aspects of shaping the Software Engineers to fit into the society. Even though the Software Engineering domain has been aligned with more technical considerations and their aspects, no one can simply neglect the role of a Software Engineer’s responsivity towards the society. Explain this scenario using real world examples.…

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NFC for Bus Transportation Payment System

a. Explain what is Active communication and Passive communication? 1) Active Mode Active tag is made up of four basic components as integrated circuit, antenna, battery and on-board transmitter. The most important thing here is both reader and tag has the dedicated power supply itself. The batteries on the tags can be recharged or replace for years of use. In…

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Mobile & Ubiquitous Computing Sample Scenario II

A University has a comprehensive Student Attendance Monitoring policy. Alongside this a central Student Attendance Monitoring (SAM) system has been designed to assist departments in the collection, storage and analysis of attendance monitoring data relating to students. The SAM system can be accessed in two channels. Go direct via the web page (open internet) Login via intranet Access to Systems:…

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Mobile & Ubiquitous Computing Sample Scenario I

Following describes the behaviour of a mobile application in banking sector. User requires to log into the banking system by keying his User ID and Password. Mobile application use micro service to connect to cloud based banking backend systems to validate user. Cloud based backend store and process transactions. Loss of mobile device- This is a common issue that can…

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Location Based Service (LBS)

A location-based service (LBS) is a general term denoting software services which utilize geographic data and information to provide services or information to users. LBS can be used in a variety of contexts, such as health, indoor object search, Entertainment, Work, personal life, etc. Commonly used examples of location based services include navigation software, social networking services, location-based advertising, and…

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The Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM)

Part I – GSM Network a. What is the primary goal of GSM? The primary goal of the GSM is providing digital cellular technology which facilitating the mobile telephony based radio frequencies with Time Division Multiple Access method. b. What are subsystems in GSM system? Radio Subsystem (RSS): It include all the components related to radio frequency aspects. Network and…

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Agile philosophy

1. The four Agile values. 1.1 Individuals and Interactions over Processes and Tools As the name reflects this value is focused on the people who are working on the project. Even the processes and the tools are very important in any type of product development project, but the value of the Agile model is keeping individuals and interaction on the…

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A LITERATURE SURVEY ON MANET

Abstract – MANET is abbreviation for Mobile Ad Hoc Network, which is known as the subcategory of wireless ad hoc network with advantage of dynamic topology and moving nodes. This paper illustrates the review on MANET, its requirement, application, characteristics and routing protocols. 1. INTRODUCTION Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANET) is a sub domain of Wireless Ad Hoc Network which…

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