Matlab代写-1004GRC
时间:2021-06-01
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Assignment – Trimester 1, 2021
1004GRC - Computing and Programming
Date:
Weighting:
Marks:
Coordinator Name:
Friday Week 12, 4th June 2021, 23:59
25.00%
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Dr. Seyedali Mirjalili
Read these instructions
Attached is your second project. There are two questions and you must answer both. Put all your ‘m’ files in a zip file which named .zip eg:
ALFRD1304.ZIP. Your zip file must be uploaded in the portal before the due date. As part of the marking of the assignment, you should be prepared to verbally explain
how sections of the code function.
Plagiarism
Any plagiarism identified in assignments will be considered academic misconduct and academic penalties will apply. A definition of plagiarism from the Griffith Institute
for Higher Education, Good Practice Guide is attached.
Plagiarism can take any of the five following forms:
Verbatim copying Copying word for word without any acknowledgement of the source
Incorrect/inadequate acknowledgement: Verbatim material incorrectly noted as having been paraphrased, or material that has been paraphrased and has not been acknowledged
adequately.
Collusion: Copying material from another’s assignment with his/her knowledge.
Ghost writing: Submitting an assignment as your own when it has been written by a third party.
Purloining or appropriation: Copying material from another’s assignment without his/her knowledge.
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1. Build Brothers company in C (10 marks)
A civil engineering company called Build Brothers has approached you to write a program to help some of their employees with getting their job quicker specially when
it comes to calculating different equations in their construction projects. Currently, they use the following PDF to perform all their calculations:
http://www.madison-lake.k12.oh.us/userfiles/680/Classes/16192/IED-Review%20Engineering%20Formula%20Sheet.pdf
They are willing to develop a small software to calculate all the functions and calculations in the above cheat sheet. They have made this decision to reduce inherent
human errors during calculation and improve efficiency. They think that these can be achieved by an “advanced calculator” that allows a user to choose an equation,
provide the inputs, and calculate the outputs. Before the company invests on the final product, the have agreed on developing a proof-of-concept first. The idea is that
your solution will ‘prove’ that a better solution is possible. From your solution, it is hoped that the requirements from Build Brothers can be extracted and a full software
development project can be started.
Your proof-of-concept should include at least 10 diverse functions from the above list to showcase the ability of software in streamlining calculations. Your C program
must be modular with a menu system in the main function so that a user can call any of them with providing the inputs required. One of the options in the menu should
be to exit the program.
2. Customer management system in Matlab (15 marks)
Build Sisters is a small builder in Australia that focus on building sheds and villas in rural areas. They are willing to develop a small software to manage their employees,
customers, and services. They have made this decision to reduce their operational cost, have a better understanding of their customer base, and improve the quality of
their services. They think that these can be achieved by an automated system to store and retrieve the details of employees, customers, services, and inspection bookings.
Before the company invests on the final product, the have agreed on developing a proof-of-concept first. The idea is that your solution will ‘prove’ that a better solution
is possible. From your solution, it is hoped that the requirements from Build Sisters can be extracted and a full software development project can be started.
Your proof-of-concept should include at least the following functional requirements:
 The user adds a new employee
 The user adds a new customer
 The user adds a new property
 The user adds a new inspection booking
 The user assigns a customer and a property to a booking
 The user visualizes/prints the list of all bookings
 The user visualizes/prints the list of all customers
 The user visualizes/prints the list of all properties
 The user visualize the distribution of prices all properties
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The functional requirements, if proved by your solution, will be supplemented by non-functional requirements in the subsequent requirements gathering exercise. Some
of these may be the presentation of options in a graphical user interface, printed reports on letterheads, security or other options that do not matter for the present proof
of concept.
In presenting your solution, it is expected that it will compile and run. You should give the user series of options to choose from, if they are to interact with your
program. For example, choosing option ‘1’ may be the route the user will take to enter a new employee. Choosing option ‘2’ may be the route to allowing the user to add
a new customer and so on. Alternatively, you can use a GUI menu system in Matlab.
Hints:
 Before you start programming, you have to identify the main entities that you need to define since you will have to work with a large amount of information
 You will need a minimum of four entities (employee, customer, property, and booking) and can use variables and arrays to store data. For instance, you can
store first name, last name, age, address, mobile, and email for a customer in your program.
 You do not need to store ay of data in files since this will be implemented after the approval of the proof-of concept.
 Your main entities or functions will be the one that allow you to showcase the capabilities of the proof-of-concept. As discussed above, the user should be
allowed to have a menu to choose the options.
General Requirements – Coding conventions/practices
Marks are awarded for good coding conventions/practices such as:
• Consistent use of spaces or tabs for indentation. We recommend four spaces for every level of indentation. Be careful to not mix tabs and spaces.
Each “block” of code should be indented one level.
• Keeping line lengths of code to a reasonable maximum such that they fit in the default terminal screen width (80 characters wide).
• Commenting
• Complete author identification on all files.
• Appropriate variable names.
Penalties
Marks will be deducted for the following:
• Compile errors and warnings.
• Fatal run-time errors such as infinite loops, etc.
• Missing files (affected components get zero marks).
• Files incorrectly named
• Not identifying yourself in all files submitted
• Programs with compile errors that cannot be easily corrected by the marker will result in a maximum possible score of 30% of the total available
marks for the assignment.
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Marking rubric
Assessment Attributes
Fail
(Yet to achieve
minimum standard)
0-49%
Pass
(Functional)
50-64%
Credit
(Proficient)
65-74%
Distinction
(Advanced)
75-84%
High Distinction
(Exceptional)
85-100%
Completeness of
Solution
30%
The solution presented
satisfies one or more of
the requirements but is
not original, is hard to
follow or is otherwise not
logical in its presentation.
The solution presented may
satisfy one or more of the
requirements but is not
logical, may be difficult to
follow or otherwise may
not produce the desired
results, despite an attempt
being made
A good solution that
satisfies a number of
requirements of the
brief. The solution is
original and presented in
a logical manner.
A very good solution that
satisfies nearly all
requirements. The solution
is original and is presented
in a logical manner that may
include multiple files.
An expert level solution that
satisfies the requirements in
the brief fully and wholly.
The
solution is original,
thoughtful and presented in
a logical manner that may
include multiple files.
Incorporation of
Activities and Learning
from the Subject
40%
Little or no awareness of
the subject matter has
been demonstrated in the
presentation of the
solution.
Little awareness of subject
material can be seen in the
solution presented. More
work is required to
demonstrate learning
throughout the subject.
An awareness of the
subject matter can be
seen. More work is
required to master the
art of programming and
in automating semi-complex
tasks.
A concise demonstration of
learning throughout the
subject has been
demonstrated in the
solution presented. Some
commentary may be present
to indicate which aspects
have been demonstrated.
Full demonstration of
learning from the subject
can be seen in the
presentation of the solution.
Includes
commentary and highlights
the specific elements that
have been incorporated.
Compilation and
Execution of Program
30%
There are several
compilation errors, that
originate in syntactical
and linking errors and that
prevent the program from
compiling and running.
Some minor compilation
errors prevent compilation
and can be borne from
syntactical or linking errors.
Some minor attention to
these would result in simple
changes that would allow
the program to compile.
The program compiles
and links correctly.
Upon testing, the
program has a run-time
error and one or more
logic errors in its
execution.
The program compiles and
links correctly. Upon testing,
the program has a run-time
error or has one or more
logic errors in the way it has
attempted to solve the
problem in the brief.
The program compiles and
links correctly. Upon
testing, no run-time or logic
errors can be detected in the
way the program was
designed.

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