No one knows better than you, at this point, where you struggle in terms of comm

No one knows better than you, at this point, where you struggle in terms of communication and relationship building.  Do you dislike contact with others?  Enjoy it but struggle with eye contact?  Are you unusually loud or intense? (I am)  Do you stutter under pressure?  Use this opportunity to highlight them.  Ask someone you respect in this regard for feedback.  Be sure to capture compliments, not just areas for improvement.  This should be a confidence building, not reducing, exercise.  If it doesn’t feel like it, ask someone else.
Submit a summary of your findings along with at least 5 suggestions as to how you can leverage your strengths and improve your weaknesses.

Implement two files in this part: the client (tcpclient.c) and the server (tcpse

Implement two files in this part: the client (tcpclient.c) and the server (tcpserver.c), and they do a three-way handshake communication using a TCP representation. Instructions attached and started code to be sent upon acceptance.
Please do Part B and C of this project at the moment. Require part B by Monday 11/22 and part C by Saturday 12/4 (I will adjust deadline for this).
•    Part B is a simple refactoring of the server file by making it concurrent with multithreading (using p-thread library).
•    Part C is a single-threaded but concurrent server using event-driven techniques  using multi-threads.
P.S.
•    A sample C program for multi-threading (sample_thread.c) has been provided as an example.
•    There is an attached file titled ‘Common-Mistakes-in-CIT595-Project-3-updated-7.20.21’
o    Small changes to the makefile are needed for part B. They are detailed in page 4 of this file.
o    Pages 3 and 4 of the attached file detail common mistakes for part B
o    Page  5 of the attached file detail common mistakes for part C

Implement two files in this part: the client (tcpclient.c) and the server (tcpse

Implement two files in this part: the client (tcpclient.c) and the server (tcpserver.c), and they do a three-way handshake communication using a TCP representation. Instructions attached and started code to be sent upon acceptance.
Please do Part B and C of this project at the moment. Require part B by Monday 11/22 and part C by Saturday 12/4 (I will adjust deadline for this).
•    Part B is a simple refactoring of the server file by making it concurrent with multithreading (using p-thread library).
•    Part C is a single-threaded but concurrent server using event-driven techniques  using multi-threads.
P.S.
•    A sample C program for multi-threading (sample_thread.c) has been provided as an example.
•    There is an attached file titled ‘Common-Mistakes-in-CIT595-Project-3-updated-7.20.21’
o    Small changes to the makefile are needed for part B. They are detailed in page 4 of this file.
o    Pages 3 and 4 of the attached file detail common mistakes for part B
o    Page  5 of the attached file detail common mistakes for part C

Project presentation with speech ( written in notepad or word) and powerpoint pr

Project presentation with speech ( written in notepad or word) and powerpoint presentation. Explaining in detail what you have done in project, what coding you use and How it runs, what object you created. Explain every feature created.
Presentation should be about this project only.
Length of presentation should be atleast 7-8 mins

i need help in this project is due friday 12 nov 11:59 pm los Anglos time. so, 

i need help in this project is due friday 12 nov 11:59 pm los Anglos time.
so,  all details are provided in assignment description. there are the two text file input1 and input2. so, this what we have to test in the method RM , EDF , EE RM , EE EDF. so, the result is 8 output. let me know if someone can help and if you have further question please.

The oldest known book on arithmetic is the Ahmes Papyrus, written by an Egyptian

The oldest known book on arithmetic is the Ahmes Papyrus, written by an Egyptian scribe 35 centuries ago. Fractions were apparently known at that time as well. A more ambitious problem involves unknown quantities, or variables. This idea is hinted in the old problem: “Hau, its whole, its seventh, it makes nineteen.” Hmmm, sounds like the equation x + x/7 = 19. By the Middle Ages (maybe 1200 A.D.?) the Arabic mathematician al-Khowarizmi had written books on the Hindu-Arabic number system, and on al jabr w’ al muquabalah, “the reunion and the opposition”. From this apparently comes the English word algebra.
For this homework problem, turn the Arithmetic project from the last homework into the Algebra project, by including a new class named Variable. Objects of this class represent a variable, like X0 or X4, whose value is determined sometime after it is defined. (Use Interfaces, Inheritance, and Composition)
In the Arithmetic project, we created expressions like ((3 + 4) / (2 + 9)). We even were able to evaluate expressions like this. Now we want to create (in the Algebra project) expressions like ((X0 – 3.14) + (((1.3 – (X1 / 2.0)) * (2.3 – X2))), where the expression knows how to evaluate itself if given an array of values for X0, X1 and X2. Of course, the tree representation of the above algebraic expression isn’t really different. It just has a new node type, the Variable node, and can be slightly more complex than the expressions you created before:
But how can we evaluate a tree like this? The Xs must be given concrete values. So, the eval() method for every Node must be given an array of values (double[] data) so that when this array is passed down to a Variable, it can select its value. Thus a Variable node whose index is 2 should return data[2]. So every method eval() must now be eval(double[] data).
Here is the scheme. An object of the Variable class holds an integer (its “index” or “subscript”) whose value says if it is an X0 or X1 or X2 or … When a Variable object is asked to evaluate itself, it uses its index variable to look in the data array to find its value, and returns this value. All the other Node subclasses work just as they did before. When you write the code for this problem, make Node an abstract class, as we did in class.
For this part of the assignment, create algebraic trees of a fixed size, just as you did for the Arithmetic project previously. Each tree should be a balanced binary tree, containing three operators and four terminals. For the terminals, first flip a fair coin. If it comes up heads, choose a random constant in the range [1, 20]. If it comes up tails, choose a variable, randomly in the range {X0, X1, X2}. Have your main() method evaluate your tree twice, by using the values {X0, X1, X2} = {1, 2, 3} and {X0, X1, X2} = {4, 5, 6}.
Submit .java files for your work, including a test file called TestAlgebra.java containing a main method that demonstrates that you can generate random algebraic trees that can evaluate themselves. These files should submitted to this repository. Make sure that TestAlgebra.java is in the root directory and that the other files used by TestAlgebra.java are in the correct directory so that javac TestAlgebra.java will compile all of the other submitted files as well. If your Algebra classes are in the default package, then they should be in the root directory as well, and if they are not in the default package, then you will need to modify TestAlgebraFixed.java to import the appropriate classes.

You must upload a .Zip file containing the files: RoomCarpet.java RoomDimension.

You must upload a .Zip file containing the files: RoomCarpet.java RoomDimension.java and RoomCarpetDemo.java the classes must be named the same as the file.
Remember that the methods must be documented in the Javadoc style
The file RoomCarpetDemo.java will be the file with the main method (driver file

You must upload a .Zip file containing the files: Pair.h and pairTest.cpp The .h

You must upload a .Zip file containing the files: Pair.h and pairTest.cpp
The .h file must contain defined functions indicated within the document (get_elements, display_pairs, Pair ()).
The .cpp file must contain the main with the requirements given in the document.

You must upload a .Zip file that contains the .java files that you consider nece

You must upload a .Zip file that contains the .java files that you consider necessary to meet the requirements set out in the laboratory document.
The methods must be documented in the Javadoc style
The 5 questions that the trivia will generate can be generated by you to your liking. Choose the questions that you consider, with their respective answers.

The  server should have the loopback address hardcoded (the only argument is the

The  server should have the loopback address hardcoded (the only argument is the port number) because the client can’t connect to the server without knowing the server’s address. Please use the loopback address for the server. This ensures that the server’s IP address is your local machine. The server should be running on 127.0.0.1 (which can be hardcoded). Currently, is asking the user to provide the IP address, which is not per specifications.
I suppose the address should be hardcoded in the ‘sin->sin_addr.s_addr = inet_addr’ section
Please adjust the tcpserver file from the prior assignment for this.
Thank you