Discussion Questions computer science

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Week 7: Discussion Questions
When posting a response/solution, create a meaningful title for your post, so other students can identify which question/exercise you are referring to. The titles of your contributions are important to keep our conversation threads clear. Students revising responses/solutions should do it in a meaningful way: providing useful comments, changes and/or enhancements. If you would like to quote information from web sites, please post the link and use quotations marks.
Make sure you read the Participation Rubric, posted inside the course content area (Content > Course Rubrics), so you understand clearly how you are being evaluated in this course. Engaging in the class discussion requires more than simply putting up one single post in the Discussions area each week. There is a need to read your peers’ post and generate input whenever you think you can add to the conversation.
Participation tip: Remember that participation in this class is meant for communication between students and with the instructor. Thus, please read the thread of posts, before you respond to any topic, in order to make this look pretty much like a conversation we would have in a f2f classroom.
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Discussion Question #2
Unlocked: Wednesday, March 31, 2021 12:00 AM EDT – Tuesday, April 6, 2021 11:59 PM EDT.
2. Draw an ERD for an eyeglass store database with the following information:
a. Customers have prescriptions from eye doctors.
b. Customers buy frames that come from manufacturers
c. Customers are helped by a staff member 0 0
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Week 8: Discussion Questions
When posting a response/solution, create a meaningful title for your post, so other students can identify which question/exercise you are referring to. The titles of your contributions are important to keep our conversation threads clear. Students revising responses/solutions should do it in a meaningful way: providing useful comments, changes and/or enhancements. If you would like to quote information from web sites, please post the link and use quotations marks.
Make sure you read the Participation Rubric, posted inside the course content area (Content > Course Rubrics), so you understand clearly how you are being evaluated in this course. Engaging in the class discussion requires more than simply putting up one single post in the Discussions area each week. There is a need to read your peers’ post and generate input whenever you think you can add to the conversation.
Participation tip: Remember that participation in this class is meant for communication between students and with the instructor. Thus, please read the thread of posts, before you respond to any topic, in order to make this look pretty much like a conversation we would have in a f2f classroom.
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Discussion Question #1
Unlocked: Wednesday, April 7, 2021 12:00 AM EDT – Tuesday, April 13, 2021 11:59 PM EDT.
1. Database normalization is a very important process in designing and organizing tables (relations) and their columns (attributes or fields) in a relational database. Therefore, what are the consequences (problems) if a database was designed without it? Would the database still work? 0 0
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Week 10: Discussion Questions
When posting a response/solution, create a meaningful title for your post, so other students can identify which question/exercise you are referring to. The titles of your contributions are important to keep our conversation threads clear. Students revising responses/solutions should do it in a meaningful way: providing useful comments, changes and/or enhancements. If you would like to quote information from web sites, please post the link and use quotations marks.
Make sure you read the Participation Rubric, posted inside the course content area (Content > Course Rubrics), so you understand clearly how you are being evaluated in this course. Engaging in the class discussion requires more than simply putting up one single post in the Discussions area each week. There is a need to read your peers’ post and generate input whenever you think you can add to the conversation.
Participation tip: Remember that participation in this class is meant for communication between students and with the instructor. Thus, please read the thread of posts, before you respond to any topic, in order to make this look pretty much like a conversation we would have in a f2f classroom.
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Discussion Question #1
Unlocked: Wednesday, April 21, 2021 12:00 AM EDT – Tuesday, April 27, 2021 11:59 PM EDT.
1. Explain the reasons why the study of HCI has become increasingly important for systems analysts and for the SDLC. 0 0
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Week 11: Discussion Questions
When posting a response/solution, create a meaningful title for your post, so other students can identify which question/exercise you are referring to. The titles of your contributions are important to keep our conversation threads clear. Students revising responses/solutions should do it in a meaningful way: providing useful comments, changes and/or enhancements. If you would like to quote information from web sites, please post the link and use quotations marks.
Make sure you read the Participation Rubric, posted inside the course content area (Content > Course Rubrics), so you understand clearly how you are being evaluated in this course. Engaging in the class discussion requires more than simply putting up one single post in the Discussions area each week. There is a need to read your peers’ post and generate input whenever you think you can add to the conversation.
Participation tip: Remember that participation in this class is meant for communication between students and with the instructor. Thus, please read the thread of posts, before you respond to any topic, in order to make this look pretty much like a conversation we would have in a f2f classroom.
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Discussion Question #1
Unlocked: Wednesday, April 28, 2021 12:00 AM EDT – Tuesday, May 4, 2021 11:59 PM EDT.
1. There are several different levels in the testing process (unit or component testing, integration testing, system testing, and acceptance testing) that a software product must go through before release. The question is why we need to go through these levels. Could we skip some levels? Could we just test the finished software instead? 0 0
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