The Government website has changed since the specification was written, so here are the two files required for this assignment:TRA_State_of_the_Industry_2019 (2).pdfActionsIVS-Results-YE-Sept-2019 (1).xlsxWeight: 25%Assignment due date: Monday 25th May, 2020 9:00am AESTLength:4 Pages plus appendicesFeedback mode:Feedback will be provided using Turnitin’s inline marking tool, the rubric and general comments.Learning Objectives Assessed:This assignment assesses Learning Objectives 1, 3 and 6:1. justify the theory and practice of usability evaluation approaches, methods and techniques3. design and implement a usability test plan, based on modelling or requirements specification6. write professional reports to: explain and justify usability concepts; describe results of user studies; make recommendations to stakeholders.and all the Graduate Learning Outcomes:Graduate Outcomes supported:Enabling Knowledge: You will gain skills as you apply knowledge with creativity and initiative to new situations. In doing so, you will: demonstrate mastery of a body of knowledge that includes recent developments in computer science and information technology.Critical Analysis: You will learn to accurately and objectively examine, and critically investigate computer science and information technology (IT) concepts, evidence, theories or situations, in particular to:– analyse and model complex requirements and constraints for the purpose of designing and implementing software artefacts and IT systems– evaluate and compare designs of software artefacts and IT systems on the basis of organisational and user requirements.Problem Solving: Your capability to analyse complex problems and synthesise suitable solutions will be extended as you learn to: design and implement software solutions that accommodate specified requirements and constraints, based on analysis or modelling or requirements specification.Communication: You will learn to communicate effectively with a variety of audiences through a range of modes and media, in particular to: interpret abstract theoretical propositions, choose methodologies, justify conclusions and defend professional decisions to both IT and non-IT personnel via technical reports of professional standard and technical presentations.
The Government website has changed since the specification was written, so here are the two files required for this assignment: TRA_State_of_the_Industry_2019 (2).pdfActions IVS-Results-YE-Sept-2019 (
Usability Engineering Assignment 3 – Individual Assignment ( 25 %) This assignment is due on Monday, May 25, 2020, at 9am From time to time, Governments commission the collection of data, and then make the data publicly available. The Australian Government has released data collected for Tourism Research Australia regarding the international visitors to Australia: https://www.tra.gov.au/data -and -research . In particular they have published information about the state of the industry in September 2019 and comparing data from September 2018 with data from September 2019. The report and data is available in the first two files at the website link above , namely TRA State of the I ndustry 2019, and International Visitor Survey (IVS) Data – September 2019. The report, data and research were primarily aimed at explaining the financial position of the industry. However, now that the data is open source, it can be used to explain other things as well. Your task for this assignment is to study the data and write a summary report about it addressing the following questions and explaining how you analysed and found the relevant information . Data Analysis: 1. What quantitative data is pro vided? 2. What qualitative data is provided? 3. How comprehensive and complete is the data? Do you think there may be any missing data? 4. The authors of the report have produced an analysis which primarily compares profit from 2018 with profit made in 2019. On the whole was the profit increasing? What does the report say about this? 5. In the introduction to the report, the authors of the report state : “There is more understanding of diverse cultures and practices, and an increased awareness of the impact people have on the environment and the community. This has seen more interest in sus tainability, with new trends emerging, including ‘flight shaming’ and a focus on minimising travel miles.” Is there any data from the survey and report which supports this assertion? Give the actual questions , descriptions or definitions and data which could support it or reject it. 6. If we consider this from a user perspective, where the user is an international tourist to Australia, is there any information in this report which could be of interest to a user? 7. What information does the report provide about technology and disruption ? 8. For maximum marks, include at least two other research questions of your choice involving the data and report . Report Requirements: In your report, you will need to explain your decisions regarding your answers to the analysis questions. In particular your decisions in relation to any missing or mismatched data should be explained and your choice of statistical analysis techniques and parameters. You should report descriptive statistics where you can, and include graphs and data summaries where appropriate. Clearly state any limitations relating to the results And critically evaluate the report and survey. Report Presentation: To achieve ma ximum marks your work must fulfil these criteria: ● Have good use of layout and space. ● Be a professional report using appropriate language. ● Have sensible colours, fonts, and sizes. ● Be a maximum of FOUR pages long (excluding graphs and appendices) . ● The report must be submitted as PDF or Word document to CANVAS. You may choose an academic paper format (eg. IEEE) or an industry report layout. Late Penalties 0 to 14:59 minutes no late penalty 15 minutes to 1 hour 5% off final mark 1 hour to 1 day 10% off final mark 1 day to 5 days 10% off final mark for every day late more than 5 days 100% penalty (you will get 0 marks)
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