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    mechanically generate timetable for the institute. Course and lectures will be scheduled in accordance with all possible constraints and given inputs and thus a timetable will be generated. 1.2 Objective of project This project aims at creating the optimized curricular which will be generated automatically by the user on a single click by taking all the required constraints from the user. Thus we will get the best possible solution i.e. optimized solution for the curricular generator. 2. Functional and Non – functional Requirement 2.1 Software Requirement 2.1.1 Technology : Java 2.1.2 Designing Tool :NetBeans IDE 2.1.3 Database : MySQL 2.1.1 Java: Java is a programming language originally developed by sun Microsystems and released in 1995 as a component of sun Microsystems platform. The language derives much of its syntax from C and C++, but has a simpler object model and fewer low level facilities. Java applications are typically compiled to byte code that can run on any Java Virtual Machine (JVM) regardless of computer architecture. The Java programming language is a high level language that can be characterized by all the following:  Simple  Object – Oriented  Distributed  Multi – threaded  Dynamic  Portable  Architecture Neutral In Java programing language all source code is written in plain text files ending with Java extension. Those source files then compiled into class files by the Javac compiler. A class files does not contain code that is…

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    development of Android in 2005. They contacted Sun with the hopes of getting approval to use, adapt and open source Java, which was unsuccessful. According to court documents from Oracle America, Inc. v. Google, Inc., “The point of contention between the parties was Google 's refusal to make the implementation of its programs compatible with the Java virtual machine or interoperable with other Java programs. Because Sun/Oracle found that position to be anathema to the "write once, run anywhere"…

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    Over spring break I was helping out at a FIRST Robotics competition being hosted at my high school when I ran into my old chemistry teacher from 10th grade. After catching up some he mentioned that some of the students on the current Robotics team were doing an internship with a software company in Horsham roughly fifteen minutes away from my house. The next day I had an email from him with the details of how to get in touch with one of his good friends who happened to be the CFO of the company…

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    Offic365 upgrade pitfalls. • Outdated versions of MAC OS are not supported, example: The Office365 installer will not run successfully on any MAC OS older than El Capitan. –– The solution here would be to coordinate with Phil and John to back up the user’s files and upgrade the device. • In most instances, MAC OS needs updates applied before Office365 installer can run successfully. - Solution: If the installation fails, we will need to perform the OS updates then reattempt the…

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    accept new principles as the truth. Al-Haytham separated the intertwined branches of optics, but needed to experiment to prove his theory. This idea of experimentation to prove theory allowed for the scholars of the Golden Age of Islam to present claims which other scholars could easily reproduce to see the same results. He created experiments which demonstrated the reflection of light through the use of a darkroom with slits in an intermediate wall. Although he did not discover the rule for…

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    temperature has gradually began to increase by one degree almost every year. A temperature increase of one degrees does not sound harmful but yet it has caused many natural disasters such as droughts and major storms like floods, tsunamis, and unexpected tornados. Fossil fuels, deforestation, and electrical power plants are some factors that have caused this global crisis. Fossil fuels, deforestation, and electrical power plants release harmful chemicals such as carbon dioxide into the…

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    Humanity needs to travel the stars for survival purposes because the Earth is more fragile than it appears. Additionally, human aggression could easily destroy the planet faster than the Sun 's rising temperatures could. Consequently it is theorised that the sun will eventually cause the extinction of all sentient life on earth the reasoning behind this is that the sun is getting hotter due to the fact that it is burning up more hydrogen than it can sustain which causes the sun to gain more heat…

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    trees were a safe place.” I was shocked, I then told her of my dream involving the graceful beauty of the trees I saw. We were both in awe of the fact we had similar dreams on the same night. We both spoke for a while about this extraordinary coincidence of our dreams. When then talked about other details that were happening in our lives. The sun was going to be setting soon and we decided we both needed to go for a drive and watching the sunset seemed like the perfect idea. We decided to drive…

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    Our Sun: A Trip to the Planetarium On September 19, 2015 I arrived at the Thomas Planetarium of the Anchorage Museum. The place was almost empty, it was just me, another female student who I found was there for the same class assignment as me and the woman who was responsible for managing the projector and answering our questions. The name of the presentation was “Sunstruck” and it was meant to educate the public on the power of the sun. I had been at that planetarium before, but I decided to…

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    We will be discussing these in detail later, along with biomass. Let’s start with discussing solar power. Solar power is power from the sun. We can use this energy for many things, including warming water, making electricity, and heating homes. Solar energy is good because it is clean and renewable energy. Also, as long as the sun shines, we will never run out of solar energy. Solar energy has been used since the 1500 's. Leonardo De Vinci used mirrors to use the sun 's power and heat water.…

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