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Tasks: Research, design and build a complete Java Graphical Interface for a simp

Tasks: Research, design and build a complete Java Graphical Interface for a simple Java Application of your choice for collecting and processing its data. Your GUI must include the following components: JLabel JTextField JCombobox JRadioButton JCheckBox JTextArea ImageIcon JButton JPanel JFrame The total number of all components (a-g) combined must be 30 components or more. …

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P3-1. Create, load and use a pair of parallel arrays with meaningful data, relat

P3-1. Create, load and use a pair of parallel arrays with meaningful data, related to your topic P3-2. Load the parallel arrays with data from .txt files. NOTE: The files MUST be named file1.txt and file2.txt. P3-3. Create and use a method to load an array with data from a .txt file. HINT: Your method …

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Part 1: An Implementation of DefaultMap (18 points) You’ll provide a fast implem

Part 1: An Implementation of DefaultMap (18 points) You’ll provide a fast implementation of an interface called DefaultMap in BST.java. You will implement all the methods defined in the DefaultMap interface. You must ensure that each has the specified big-O bound in the worst case, and argue why based on the documentation of any libraries …

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Part 1: An Implementation of DefaultMap (17 points) You’ll provide a fast implem

Part 1: An Implementation of DefaultMap (17 points) You’ll provide a fast implementation of an interface called DefaultMap in MyHashMap.java. You will implement all the methods defined in the DefaultMap interface. Using amortized analysis, you must ensure that each has the specified big-O bound and argue why based on the documentation of any libraries you …

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Your goal is to design a class named Person and a class named Customer which extends the Person class. Person Class Create a Person class that contains the following: Class Fields: name, address, and phone number. (2 points) No argument constructor that initializes the object with empty strings for name, address, and phone. (2 points) …

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Describe the worst case of its runtime behavior using a tight big-o bound

File Summary PartitionOracle.java:findCounterExample (you implement this) generateInput (you implement this) isValidPartitionResult (you implement this) TestPartitionOracle.java: You will write your tests of the methods above here CounterExample.java (do not edit this) Partitioner.java (do not edit this): Defines the signature of the partition method implemented by all sorters. You will implement this interface several times to test …

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