hello! this is an assembly program that uses the Keil Uvision5. please look at t

hello! this is an assembly program that uses the Keil Uvision5. please look at the 2 pictures I attached which has the instructions and give me the source code file with the extension of ( .s ) with screenshots of the program. after reading it, you’ll need the first letter of my name which is “A” and the key value which is the number “3” . please do it correctly. thanks!
also for reference, here is the link to the YouTube video in the instructions

In this assignment you will submit your solutions to the pre-class work from spe

In this assignment you will submit your solutions to the pre-class work from specific sessions from our course. You will also write a brief summary of and reflection on your learning in this unit.
PCW from Session 19
Write a function that accepts two data frames and two arguments as inputs.The first argument should tell the function whether you want to stack two data frames vertically (i.e., by stacking their rows on top of each other), or horizontally.The second argument should tell the function whether you’d like to inner or outer join the two data frames.Use this function to combine two unrelated data frames, and bring the function to class with you.
PCW from Session 20
Download the weather data .csv file from the following link:https://gist.githubusercontent.com/bigsnarfdude/515849391ad37fe593997fe0db98afaa/raw/f663366d17b7d05de61a145bbce7b2b961b3b07f/weather.csvWrite a short piece of code that will:
Load this CSV data file to a pandas dataframe
Turn the datafile “upside down”:
I.e., the row becomes the first, the second-to-last becomes the second and so on.
You’ll probably need to use a for loop or a write a recursive function.
PCW from Session 22
Apply the Collatz conjecture to the following numbers:30273For each of the previous cases, compute the total number of iterations you had to apply to algorithm to arrive at number one.
PCW from Session 24
Create a short piece of code that plots the letters of your name as a scatter plot. The X axis should correspond to the position of the letter in your name (for example, for “Patrick” the X axis would be [1,2,3,4,5,6,7]). The Y axis should correspond to the position of the letter in the english alphabet (for example, the name “Patrick” would be [16, 1, 20, 18, 9, 3, 11]).
This should take no more than 2 lines of code. If you’re using more than that you’re overthinking it.
Your code should use the matplotlib scatterplot function.
Including nice color schemes is optional but appreciated.
PCW from Session 25
Download the following dataset which covers imports to India over 8 years.
India – Trade Data
Create a sharable Colab notebook.
Colab link: https://colab.research.google.com/notebooks/welcome.ipynb
Write a short piece of Python code that:
Loads any necessary packages.
Reads the datafile into a pandas DataFrame.
Creates a new pandas DataFrame that contains only imports from the country whose name comes closest to yours in the alphabet. For example, the name “Anya” is closest to the country name “Andorra.”
Creates a scatter plot of the data, plotting the year of import on the x axis, and the value of the product on the y axis. Include axis labels, axis ticks, and a title.
Run the code to create the plot.
Summary and Reflection
Write a brief (

Hello, I need someone to create a simple spreadsheet where I can add expenses in

Hello,
I need someone to create a simple spreadsheet where I can add expenses into columns and they add themselves. I want to be able to add my monthly expenses and see what that particular expenses has costs at the end of the year. Please advise if this can be done?

**Important note: **We suggest that you use Colab to work on the Jupyter noteboo

**Important note: **We suggest that you use Colab to work on the Jupyter notebook that you will submit as your final project on Forum:
1 – Start by downloading this Jupyter notebook to your local machine.
2 – Open a tab in your browser and type https://colab.research.google.com/.
3 – This will open a small window. Choose the last option Show notebooks in Drive on the upper menu, “Upload”. Then choose the Jupyter notebook you have saved in step 1.
4 – You can start working on your assignment by answering the questions in the corresponding cells.
5 – If you have any questions, please reach out to your instructors and TAs.
Overview
Your life might be a little bit busy and your day might be full of tasks that usually affect your sleeping quality. Sometimes, when your alarm rings, you feel like you are very tired when you’ve had an insufficient amount of sleep. This usually happens not only because of a few sleep hours but also because of irregularities in the sleeping time and waking time schedule.
Human sleeping consists of typically four to five sleep cycles, each lasting for about 90 minutes. The best time for waking up is after the sleeping cycle, not during. In this assignment, you will use algorithmic thinking to build a tool that can make your sleeping better by telling you when exactly to sleep and wake up depending on existing sleeping cycle guidelines.
You will write a description of the algorithmic process by which you will solve this problem, then you will implement your solution in well-documented Python code. You will receive holistic, formative feedback on the LOs applications indicated between square brackets.
1 – Algorithm Description
You should devise an algorithm that does the following :
Tells you about the best time to wake up if you are going to sleep now.
Tells you about the best time to sleep if you want to wake up at a specific time.
The algorithm should be based on the following assumptions:
Human sleeping is composed of a number of “sleeping cycles”.
Humans need 15 minutes to sleep and start the first cycle.
Between every two cycles, there is a 15 minutes gap which is the best time for a person to wake up refreshed.
A person needs at least 4 sleeping cycles every day.
Feel free to add more assumptions to improve the algorithm but make sure to explain your assumptions in detail to a non-technical audience.
Algorithmic Description Task [#algorithmicstrategies, #computationaltools]
Describe the input(s), output(s) and the process of the algorithm.
Draw a flowchart to show the process of the algorithm.
NOTE: To import a picture, for example, “image.png” to your Jupyter notebook, you can use the following block of code from IPython.display import ImageImage(“my_image.png”)
Explain in detail how this process is an “algorithm”.
2 – Implementation
Write a Python implementation of your algorithm. Feel free to use whatever form of input or output you think works best as long as it fulfills the assignment requirements. For example, your Python program can take as input the current time and then can offer two options for the users:
The best time to wake up if you are going to sleep now. This will be the best time to wake up based on the assumptions mentioned above.
The best time to sleep if you want to wake up at a specific time. In this case, the code should take the desired time to wake up and based on it, it should calculate the best time to sleep based on the assumption given above.
Implementation Task [#algorithmicstrategies, #computationaltools, #compprogramdesign, #quantcommunication]
Provide a well-commented Python code that follows the above instructions.
You should use the following Python elements at a minimum, but feel free to use additional ones:
Functions
User input
Variables
Operators
Be sure to comment thoroughly so that it is clear that you understand what every line of the code is intended to accomplish.
Make sure to include a few test-cases to make sure your code works. Include your test cases in your submission. Explain how you used these test cases in your comments. Please consult the examples under “Unit Tests vs. Integration Tests” for how to use assert statements in Python to test the correctness of your code.
Pro tip: it could be useful for testing and for code readability to make several separate functions for each sub-task, and call them inside the main function.
Optional Challenges:
1 – Including Python Modules— Python modules are a very powerful feature, typically optimized in Python, and using them can save the effort of writing some lines of codes. Look up the different Python time modules available online and choose one to improve your implementation above so that the user doesn’t have to enter the current time [#compprogramdesign, #quantcommunication].
Hint: Check out the datetime module, as it is a great tool to take time as input and perform calculations with it. See the documentation page, and this practical guide to adding and subtracting dates and times. As a general tip, if you are confused with the documentation, google what you want to do and use Stack Overflow and similar websites as a source of examples.
2 – Translating Time Zones— Sometimes, you might have a meeting with someone who is situated in another country or region which has a different time zone. The night before your meeting, it’s sometimes confusing to convert their time zone to yours and it will be even more confusing to decide when to sleep and when to wake up to have sufficient sleeping cycles. Search and find any Python module available online that can convert time zones and use it to improve your implementation so that you can enter your time zone, the meeting in the other time zone and then the function should tell you when to wake up to catch the meeting and have good sleep at the same time [#compprogramdesign, #quantcommunication].
3 – Lucky Sleep — You are a very superstitious person, and you know from the wisdom of numerology that going to sleep or waking up at times related to the number 13 gives you bad luck. Include a feature in your program that checks if the sum of any two digits is equal to 13 in either the time to wake up or the time to go to sleep. Print an alert if that happens [_#compprogramdesign, #quantcommunication_].
Your assignment submission needs to include the following resources:
A .pdf file must be the first resource and it will include all the answers to the questions above, including all the python code you produce. Make sure that you submit a neat, clearly presented, and easy-to-read .pdf. The .pdf should be submitted under the name file “student_name.pdf”.
Your second resource must be a single Jupyter Notebook with extension .ipynb (please see Figure below) and named “student_name.ipynb”.

I implemented Multi authority Attribute based Chameleon Hash function MAP-ABCH.

I implemented Multi authority Attribute based Chameleon Hash function MAP-ABCH. I need to analyze the security and the math behind this algorithm based on Bilinear Diffie Hellman or Elliptic curve. Please read the attached reports to understand the algorithm and to prove how the function is Indistinguishable , Private collision resistance and public collision resistance based on Decisional Diffie Hellman Problem .
The paper in the material is a previous work that explains how they prove similar function I need something similar to MAP-ABCH

I need a simple sheet where one cell is the number of cars and another cell woul

I need a simple sheet where one cell is the number of cars and another cell would show time starting at appro 12 min ETA with another cell where it shows miles of 6mile as example, and every time I add an extra car the time increases and for same miles. I need a couple examples like this in the same sheet, and also if miles go up time goes up and so on. my project is about machine learning so I’m trying to show how cars, miles and time connect. that’s what I am thinking your input would be great. I also need a description of each step and answers to the questions.
thank you.

I have completed about half of the total assignment in the .py file I have sent

I have completed about half of the total assignment in the .py file I have sent as the draft. The assignment files are the instructions. The .txt files are to be used by the program in order to get the output examples i have attached here. Please let me know if there are any questions.

**Important note: **We suggest that you use Colab to work on the Jupyter noteboo

**Important note: **We suggest that you use Colab to work on the Jupyter notebook that you will submit as your final project on Forum:
1 – Start by downloading this Jupyter notebook to your local machine.
2 – Open a tab in your browser and type https://colab.research.google.com/.
3 – This will open a small window. Choose the last option Show notebooks in Drive on the upper menu, “Upload”. Then choose the Jupyter notebook you have saved in step 1.
4 – You can start working on your assignment by answering the questions in the corresponding cells.
5 – If you have any questions, please reach out to your instructors and TAs.
Overview
Your life might be a little bit busy and your day might be full of tasks that usually affect your sleeping quality. Sometimes, when your alarm rings, you feel like you are very tired when you’ve had an insufficient amount of sleep. This usually happens not only because of a few sleep hours but also because of irregularities in the sleeping time and waking time schedule.
Human sleeping consists of typically four to five sleep cycles, each lasting for about 90 minutes. The best time for waking up is after the sleeping cycle, not during. In this assignment, you will use algorithmic thinking to build a tool that can make your sleeping better by telling you when exactly to sleep and wake up depending on existing sleeping cycle guidelines.
You will write a description of the algorithmic process by which you will solve this problem, then you will implement your solution in well-documented Python code. You will receive holistic, formative feedback on the LOs applications indicated between square brackets.
1 – Algorithm Description
You should devise an algorithm that does the following :
Tells you about the best time to wake up if you are going to sleep now.
Tells you about the best time to sleep if you want to wake up at a specific time.
The algorithm should be based on the following assumptions:
Human sleeping is composed of a number of “sleeping cycles”.
Humans need 15 minutes to sleep and start the first cycle.
Between every two cycles, there is a 15 minutes gap which is the best time for a person to wake up refreshed.
A person needs at least 4 sleeping cycles every day.
Feel free to add more assumptions to improve the algorithm but make sure to explain your assumptions in detail to a non-technical audience.
Algorithmic Description Task [#algorithmicstrategies, #computationaltools]
Describe the input(s), output(s) and the process of the algorithm.
Draw a flowchart to show the process of the algorithm.
NOTE: To import a picture, for example, “image.png” to your Jupyter notebook, you can use the following block of code from IPython.display import ImageImage(“my_image.png”)
Explain in detail how this process is an “algorithm”.
2 – Implementation
Write a Python implementation of your algorithm. Feel free to use whatever form of input or output you think works best as long as it fulfills the assignment requirements. For example, your Python program can take as input the current time and then can offer two options for the users:
The best time to wake up if you are going to sleep now. This will be the best time to wake up based on the assumptions mentioned above.
The best time to sleep if you want to wake up at a specific time. In this case, the code should take the desired time to wake up and based on it, it should calculate the best time to sleep based on the assumption given above.
Implementation Task [#algorithmicstrategies, #computationaltools, #compprogramdesign, #quantcommunication]
Provide a well-commented Python code that follows the above instructions.
You should use the following Python elements at a minimum, but feel free to use additional ones:
Functions
User input
Variables
Operators
Be sure to comment thoroughly so that it is clear that you understand what every line of the code is intended to accomplish.
Make sure to include a few test-cases to make sure your code works. Include your test cases in your submission. Explain how you used these test cases in your comments. Please consult the examples under “Unit Tests vs. Integration Tests” for how to use assert statements in Python to test the correctness of your code.
Pro tip: it could be useful for testing and for code readability to make several separate functions for each sub-task, and call them inside the main function.
Optional Challenges:
1 – Including Python Modules— Python modules are a very powerful feature, typically optimized in Python, and using them can save the effort of writing some lines of codes. Look up the different Python time modules available online and choose one to improve your implementation above so that the user doesn’t have to enter the current time [#compprogramdesign, #quantcommunication].
Hint: Check out the datetime module, as it is a great tool to take time as input and perform calculations with it. See the documentation page, and this practical guide to adding and subtracting dates and times. As a general tip, if you are confused with the documentation, google what you want to do and use Stack Overflow and similar websites as a source of examples.
2 – Translating Time Zones— Sometimes, you might have a meeting with someone who is situated in another country or region which has a different time zone. The night before your meeting, it’s sometimes confusing to convert their time zone to yours and it will be even more confusing to decide when to sleep and when to wake up to have sufficient sleeping cycles. Search and find any Python module available online that can convert time zones and use it to improve your implementation so that you can enter your time zone, the meeting in the other time zone and then the function should tell you when to wake up to catch the meeting and have good sleep at the same time [#compprogramdesign, #quantcommunication].
3 – Lucky Sleep — You are a very superstitious person, and you know from the wisdom of numerology that going to sleep or waking up at times related to the number 13 gives you bad luck. Include a feature in your program that checks if the sum of any two digits is equal to 13 in either the time to wake up or the time to go to sleep. Print an alert if that happens [_#compprogramdesign, #quantcommunication_].
Your assignment submission needs to include the following resources:
A .pdf file must be the first resource and it will include all the answers to the questions above, including all the python code you produce. Make sure that you submit a neat, clearly presented, and easy-to-read .pdf. The .pdf should be submitted under the name file “student_name.pdf”.
Your second resource must be a single Jupyter Notebook with extension .ipynb (please see Figure below) and named “student_name.ipynb”.

Python Problem Solver: Identify a problem and code your solution Overview As you

Python Problem Solver: Identify a problem and code your solution
Overview As you might have noticed through the previous assignments, algorithms can be used to solve many of the daily problems to make life easier. In this assignment, you will showcase what you learned during the course. You are now equipped with strong problem-solving tools that can be applied to many problems. You will identify a problem that one might face and solve it through algorithmic thinking and Python implementation. The problem could be at any scale, starting from simple problems that you might be facing (organizing your daily tasks as a college student and a reminder to drink water and eat, and if you can include a bar chart of how much water would you drink). You should find an appropriate level of challenge for your problem: be sure that you can implement a solution to the problem in code while showcasing your strengths in coding that you have developed over the course of this semester. PART 1: Algorithm DescriptionIdentify the problem clearly and then, using at least four LOs, devise an algorithm that can solve it. You should start with a very simple problem; you can always add features to your solution.
Describe your algorithmic approach
Describe the input(s), output(s) and the process of the algorithm
Draw a flowchart to show the process of the algorithm
Explain how this process is an “algorithm”
PART 2: ImplementationUsing an appropriate data structure (Lists or any other data structure that you are familiar with) build a user-friendly Python program that practically implements your algorithm.
Provide a well-commented Python implementation for your algorithm.
Make sure to include a few test cases to make sure your code works
NOTES:
Be sure to comment thoroughly so that it is clear that you understand what every line of the code is intended to accomplish.
Include your test cases in your submission. Explain how you used these test cases in your comments. make it as simple as you can