Project Final Reports
Project reports are proposals on how you would address one of the problems
described in some presentation made during the course. It may be a
sub-problem mentioned by a speaker as part of a larger problem area.
Reports should be 5-7 pages (single-spaced) long with 1 inch margins,
Times New Roman 12pt font. In the report, you
- the goal of the project
- the problem you intend to solve
- the research hypotheses tested (what question(s) did you want to
- relevant previous research on this topic
- the novel approaches you propose
- how your approach is related to solutions presented in this class
- how you would measure the success of your proposed work
- proposed data, evaluation metrics, and experiments
- alternative methods or existing results for comparison
- what faculties could you collaborate with (cross disciplinary preferred)
- what equipment and facilities would be required
- approximately how much time would be required to complete the work
You should provide a bibliography of all sources you used in preparing the
report, which will not count toward the 5-7pp page limit.
I.e., use additional pages for the bibliography.
The final report is due Wednesday 11 December at 1pm.
You will give a short presentation on your proposal in class.