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Give a brief description of the purpose of your report.

Competencies

In this project, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following competencies:

Apply statistical techniques to address research problems Perform regression analysis to address an authentic problem Overview

The purpose of this project is to have you complete all of the steps of a real-world linear regression research project starting with developing a research question, then completing a comprehensive statistical analysis, and ending with summarizing your research conclusions.

Scenario

You have been hired by the D. M. Pan National Real Estate Company to develop a model to predict median housing prices for homes sold in 2019. The CEO of D. M. Pan wants to use this information to help their real estate agents better determine the use of square footage as a benchmark for listing prices on….

What economic profit or loss will the firm realize per unit of output? per unit = $ per unit = $ = $ d.

Assume the following cost data are for a purely competitive producer. Total Product Average Fixed Cost Average Variable Cost Average Total Cost Marginal Cost 0 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 na 1 $60.00 $45.00 $105.00 $45 2 30.00 42.50 72.50 40 3 20.00 40.00 60.00 35 4 15.00 37.50 52.50 30 5 12.00 37.00 49.00 35 6 10.00 37.50 47.50 40 7 8.57 38.57 47.14 45 8 7.50 40.63 48.13 55 9 6.67 43.33 50.00 65 10 6.00 46.50 52.50 75 Answer the questions in the first column in the table below for each of the prices listed at the top of each of the three columns, (a), (b), and (c). Instructions: Round your answers to two decimal places. Select “Not applicable” and enter “0” for output if the firm….

What is the profit-maximizing (loss-minimizing) output?

 

Monopoly producers are faced with A. many competitors producing the same product. B. only a few competitors producing the same product. C. at least one competitive producer of the same product. D. no competitive producers of the same product.

In a monopoly market structure, the firm (the monopolist) A. is the whole industry. B. sells faulty products. C. gets unconscionably rich. D. gouges the consumer.

A monopolist is defined as A. a producer of a good or service that is expensive to produce, requiring large amounts of capital equipment. B. a large firm, making substantial profits, that is able to make other firms do what it wants. C. a single supplier of a good or service for which there is no close substitute. D. a firm with….

Explain whether each of the following government activities is motivated by a concern about equality or a concern about efficiency.

1) Eileen is a hard-working college sophomore. One Tuesday, she decides to work nonstop until she has answered 250 practice problems for her physics course. She starts work at 8:00 AM and uses a table to keep track of her progress throughout the day. She notices that as she gets tired, it takes her longer to solve each problem.

Time Total Problems Answered 8:00 AM 0 9:00 AM 100 10:00 AM 175 11:00 AM 225 Noon 250

Use the table to answer the following questions.

The marginal, or additional, gain from Eileen’s second hour of work, from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM, is

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problems.

The marginal gain from Eileen’s fourth hour of work, from 11:00 AM to noon, is

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problems.

Later, the teaching assistant in Eileen’s….

Explain the nature, cause and consequences of heteroscedasticity in your own word

Explain the nature, cause and consequences of heteroscedasticity in your own words.

Detect possible heteroskedasticity in your equation–with four variables (in the previous assignment). Justify your answer (explain why there is/is not heteroskedasticity). Suggest corrective remedies (even if serial correlation is not detected).

 

In a metropolitan center with more than four million residences and 51 municipalities, housing prices increase across the board above the national average yet the municipalities show uneven housing-price changes. You are a young economist hired to help understand the nature of the region’s housing affordability. Statistical analyses are needed to provide policy measures to keep the housing prices at or below the national growth rate.  You are given access to a local library. Quarterly sales and prices and other necessary records are available for the last twenty-five….

define in words what our variable is representing.

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Equations and Inequalities 2

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Introduction For most people, the term territorial possession indicates restrictions, usually dealing with trespassing or rite of passage and takes place in some foreign location. What most Americans do not realize is that from September through December, territorial possession dominates our lifestyles while watching the NFL. In this area, territorial possession is governed by the referees who make their decisions based on what the chains reveal. If the ball is at point A (x1, y1), then it is up to the quarterback to decide which route to point B (x2, y2), the end zone, is most feasible.

ChAPTeR OUTlIne

2.1 The Rectangular Coordinate Systems and graphs 2.2 linear equations in One variable 2.3 models and Applications 2.4 Complex numbers 2.5….

Respond to at least two of your classmates’ posts by Day 7 in at least a paragraph.

Read the following instructions in order to complete this discussion, and review the example of how to complete the math required for this assignment:

• On pages 345, 346, and 353 of Elementary and Intermediate Algebra, there are many factoring problems. You will find your assignment in the following table.

 

If your assigned number is

On Page 345-6

On Page 345-6

On Page 353

 

25

50

104

62

• For the problems on pages 345 and 346, factor the polynomials using whatever strategy seems appropriate. State what methods you will use and then demonstrate the methods on your problems, explaining the process as you go. Discuss any particular challenges those particular polynomials posed for the factoring.

• For the problem on page 353 make sure you use the….

Estimate the mean number of cars per household for the population of households in this neighborhood.

Question 21 of 400.0/ 2.5 Points

 

Which point below would be an outlier if it were on the following graph?

 

 

 

A. (25, 20)

 

 

 

B. (5, 12)

 

 

 

C. (7, 5)

 

 

 

D. (5, 3)

 

 

 

Question 22 of 400.0/ 2.5 Points

 

Among a random sample of 500 college students, the mean number of hours worked per week at non-college related jobs is 14.6. This mean lies 0.4 standard deviations below the mean of the sampling distribution. If a second sample of 500 students is selected, what is the probability that for the second sample, the mean number of hours worked will be less than 14.6?

 

 

 

A. 0.5

 

 

 

B…..

Question 1 Suppose the number of firms you compete with has recently increased. You estimated that as a result of the increased competition, the demand elasticity has increased from –2 to –3, i.e., you face more elastic demand. You are currently charging $10 for your product. If demand elasticity is -3, you should charge [x]. Question 2 An amusement park, whose customer set is made up of two markets, adults and children, has developed demand schedules as follows: The marginal operating cost of each unit of quantity is $5. Because marginal cost is a constant, so is average variable cost. Ignore fixed costs. The owners of the amusement part want to maximize profits. Price ($) Quantity Adults Children 5 15 20 6 14 18 7 13 16 8 12 14 9 11 12 10 10 10 11 9 8 12 8 6 13 7 4 14 6 2 Calculate the price, quantity, and profit if: The amusement park charges a different price in the adult market Please express your answers for Price and Profit in whole dollars (i.e.10.00) Please use whole numbers for Quanitity (i.e. 10, 27, 4) Price Quantity Total Revenue Marginal Revenue Marginal Cost Total Cost MR-MC Profit formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-a-_192195630_1″} ) ); formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-k-_192195630_1″} ) ); 84 5.00 30.00 54.00 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-b-_192195630_1″} ) ); formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-l-_192195630_1″} ) ); 91 7.00 5.00 35.00 2.00 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-v-_192195630_1″} ) ); formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-c-_192195630_1″} ) ); formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-m-_192195630_1″} ) ); 96 5.00 5.00 40.00 0.00 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-w-_192195630_1″} ) ); formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-d-_192195630_1″} ) ); formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-n-_192195630_1″} ) ); 99 3.00 5.00 45.00 -2.00 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-x-_192195630_1″} ) ); formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-e-_192195630_1″} ) ); formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-o-_192195630_1″} ) ); 100 1.00 5.00 50.00 -4.00 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-y-_192195630_1″} ) ); formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-f-_192195630_1″} ) ); formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-p-_192195630_1″} ) ); 99 -1.00 5.00 55.00 -6.00 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-z-_192195630_1″} ) ); formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-g-_192195630_1″} ) ); formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-q-_192195630_1″} ) ); 96 -3.00 5.00 60.00 -8.00 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-aa-_192195630_1″} ) ); formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-h-_192195630_1″} ) ); formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-r-_192195630_1″} ) ); 91 -5.00 5.00 65.00 -10.00 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-bb-_192195630_1″} ) ); formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-i-_192195630_1″} ) ); formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-s-_192195630_1″} ) ); 84 -7.00 5.00 70.00 -12.00 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-cc-_192195630_1″} ) ); formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-j-_192195630_1″} ) ); formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-t-_192195630_1″} ) ); 75 -9.00 5.00 75.00 -14.00 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”4″, name:”fib_plus-variable-dd-_192195630_1″} ) ); Question 3 An amusement park, whose customer set is made up of two markets, adults and children, has developed demand schedules as follows: The marginal operating cost of each unit of quantity is $5. Because marginal cost is a constant, so is average variable cost. Ignore fixed costs. The owners of the amusement part want to maximize profits. Price ($) Quantity Adults Children 5 15 20 6 14 18 7 13 16 8 12 14 9 11 12 10 10 10 11 9 8 12 8 6 13 7 4 14 6 2 Calculate the price, quantity, and profit if: The amusement park charges a different price in the child’s market Please express your answers for Price and Profit in whole dollars (i.e.10.00) Please use whole numbers for Quanitity (i.e. 10, 27, 4) Price Quantity Total Revenue Marginal Revenue Marginal Cost Total Cost MR-MC Profit Blank 1 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-a-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 2 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-k-_192195631_1″} ) ); 52 5.00 20.00 Blank 3 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-u-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 4 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-b-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 5 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-l-_192195631_1″} ) ); 72 10.00 5.00 30.00 5.00 Blank 6 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-v-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 7 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-c-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 8 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-m-_192195631_1″} ) ); 88 8.00 5.00 40.00 3.00 Blank 9 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-w-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 10 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-d-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 11 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-n-_192195631_1″} ) ); 100 6.00 5.00 50.00 1.00 Blank 12 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-x-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 13 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-e-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 14 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-o-_192195631_1″} ) ); 108 4.00 5.00 60.00 -1.00 Blank 15 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-y-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 16 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-f-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 17 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-p-_192195631_1″} ) ); 112 2.00 5.00 70.00 -3.00 Blank 18 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-z-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 19 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-g-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 20 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-q-_192195631_1″} ) ); 112 0.00 5.00 80.00 -5.00 Blank 21 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-aa-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 22 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-h-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 23 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-r-_192195631_1″} ) ); 108 -2.00 5.00 90.00 -7.00 Blank 24 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-bb-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 25 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-i-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 26 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-s-_192195631_1″} ) ); 100 -4.00 5.00 100.00 -9.00 Blank 27 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-cc-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 28 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-j-_192195631_1″} ) ); Blank 29 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-t-_192195631_1″} ) ); 88 -6.00 5.00 110.00 -11.00 Blank 30 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”5″, name:”fib_plus-variable-dd-_192195631_1″} ) ); Question 4 The marginal operating cost of each unit of quantity is $5. Because marginal cost is a constant, so is average variable cost. Ignore fixed costs. The owners of the amusement part want to maximize profits. Price ($) Quantity Adults Children 5 15 20 6 14 18 7 13 16 8 12 14 9 11 12 10 10 10 11 9 8 12 8 6 13 7 4 14 6 2 Calculate the price, quantity, and profit if: The amusement park charges the same price in the two markets combined Please express your answers for Price and Profit in whole dollars (i.e.10.00) Please use whole numbers for Quanitity (i.e. 10, 27, 4) Price Quantity Total Revenue Marginal Revenue Marginal Cost Total Cost MR-MC Profit Blank 1 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-a-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 2 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-k-_192195632_1″} ) ); 143 30.00 55.00 Blank 3 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-u-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 4 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-b-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 5 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-l-_192195632_1″} ) ); 168 8.33 5.00 70.00 3.33 Blank 6 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-v-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 7 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-c-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 8 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-m-_192195632_1″} ) ); 187 6.33 5.00 85.00 1.33 Blank 9 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-w-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 10 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-d-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 11 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-n-_192195632_1″} ) ); 200 4.33 5.00 100.00 -0.67 Blank 12 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-x-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 13 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-e-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 14 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-o-_192195632_1″} ) ); 207 2.33 5.00 115.00 -2.67 Blank 15 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-y-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 16 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-f-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 17 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-p-_192195632_1″} ) ); 208 0.33 5.00 130.00 -4.67 Blank 18 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-z-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 19 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-g-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 20 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-q-_192195632_1″} ) ); 203 -1.67 5.00 145.00 -6.67 Blank 21 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-aa-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 22 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-h-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 23 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-r-_192195632_1″} ) ); 192 -3.67 5.00 160.00 -8.67 Blank 24 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-bb-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 25 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-i-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 26 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-s-_192195632_1″} ) ); 175 -5.67 5.00 175.00 -10.67 Blank 27 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-cc-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 28 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-j-_192195632_1″} ) ); Blank 29 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-t-_192195632_1″} ) ); 152 -7.67 5.00 190.00 -12.67 Blank 30 formCheckList.addElement( new Check_Answer( {ref_label:”6″, name:”fib_plus-variable-dd-_192195632_1″} ) ); Question 5 Explain the difference in the profit realized under the two situations (the price in each market or in the two markets combined.) Question 6 Time Warner could offer the History Channel (H) and Showtime (S) individually or as a bundle of both. Suppose the reservation prices of customers 1 and 2 (the highest prices they are willing to pay) are presented in the boxes below. The cost to Time Warner is $1 per customer for licensing fees. Preferences Showtime History Chanel Customer 1 9 2 Customer 2 3 8 Should Time Warner bundle or sell separately? Question 7 Time Warner could offer the History Channel (H) and Showtime (S) individually or as a bundle of both. Suppose the reservation prices of customers 1 and 2 (the highest prices they are willing to pay) are presented in the boxes below. The cost to Time Warner is $1 per customer for licensing fees. Preferences Showtime History Chanel Customer 1 9 2 Customer 2 3 8 Should Time Warner bundle if everyone likes Showtime more than the History Channel, i.e., preferences are positively correlated? Question 8 Suppose Time Warner could sell Showtime for $9, and History channel for $8, while making Showtime-History bundle available for $13. Should it use mixed bundling. i.e., sells products both separately and as a bundle?

Question 1

Suppose the number of firms you compete with has recently increased. You estimated that as a result of the increased competition, the demand elasticity has increased from –2 to –3, i.e., you face more elastic demand. You are currently charging $10 for your product. If demand elasticity is -3, you should charge [x].

Question 2

An amusement park, whose customer set is made up of two markets, adults and children, has developed demand schedules as follows:

The marginal operating cost of each unit of quantity is $5. Because marginal cost is a constant, so is average variable cost.  Ignore fixed costs. The owners of the amusement part want to maximize profits.

 

Price ($)

Quantity

 

Adults

Children

 

5

15

20

 

6

14

18

 

7

13

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demonstrate how, by joining information of the physical framework under control, we can distinguish PC assaults that change the conduct of the focused on control framework.

 Include at least 250 words in your posting and at least 250 words in your reply.  Indicate at least one source or reference in your original post. Please see syllabus for details on submission requirements. Module 1 Discussion Question

Search “scholar.google.com” for a company, school, or person that has been the target of a network or system intrusion? What information was targeted? Was the attack successful? If so, what changes were made to ensure that this vulnerability was controlled? If not, what mechanisms were in-place to protect against the intrusion.

Reply-1(Shravan)

 

Introduction: Interruption location frameworks (IDSs) are programming or equipment frameworks that robotize the way toward observing the occasions happening in a PC framework or system, examining them for indications of security issues. As system assaults have expanded in number….