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Assignment 2: Final Report (60 marks)

 

After you have done the literature survey, you will identify an unsolved problem in an relevant area related to one or more of these 6 main research fields: 1. Health Informatics, 2. Internet of Things (IoT) and Smart City Paradigm, 3. Cloud Computing, 4. Big Data, 5. Data Analytics, and 6. Network and System Security. You will develop your own method/strategy/algorithm to solve the problem. You will develop a working system/program to validate your idea. You will set up different evaluation criteria to measure your method/strategy/algorithm. You will compare your method/strategy/algorithm with existing method/strategy/algorithm based on the evaluation criteria. Then you will write a comprehensive final report based on the work you have done.

 

Due: 11:59pm, Friday, 3 February 2017

 

Delays caused by student’s own computer downtime cannot be accepted as a valid reason for late submission without penalty. Students must plan their work to allow for both scheduled and unscheduled downtime.

 

It is the student`s responsibility to ensure that they understand the submission instructions. If you have ANY difficulties ask the Lecturer for assistance (prior to the submission date).

 

Copying, Plagiarism:

 

This is an individual assignment. You are not permitted to work as a part of a group when writing this assignment. Plagiarism is the submission of somebody else’s work in a manner that gives the impression that the work is your own. For assignments, plagiarism includes the case where two or more students work collaboratively on the assignment. The School of Information Technology treats plagiarism very seriously. When it is detected, penalties are strictly imposed.

 

Additional Requirements and Notes

 

  1. Any text, table, figure, and code adapted from any source must be clearly referenced.

 

  1. All assignments must be submitted through CloudDeakin. Assignments will not be accepted through any other manner without prior approval. Students should note that this means that email and paper based submissions will ordinarily be rejected.

 

  1. Submissions received after the due date are penalised at a rate of 10% (out of the full mark) per day, no exceptions. Late submission after 3 days (including weekend and public holidays) would be penalised at a rate of 100% out of the full mark. Close of submissions on the due date and each day thereafter for penalties will occur at 11:59 pm Australian Eastern Time (UTC +10 hours) with Daylight Saving.

 

  1. No extension will be granted without an acceptable reason.

 

  1. Assignments are normally marked and returned within 15 business days after the due date. Assignments submitted after the due date will normally take longer to mark and return. As this unit does not have exam, the marks of assignment 2 will not be released until the final grade is certified by the University.

 

Guideline

 

The essence of this unit

 

As the unit title indicates, research and development is industry application/problem solving oriented, differing it from software implementation or project management. You are expected to think about innovations and contribute to the field of your interest with providing a solution or systematic assessment for the recent and existing research problems. You are not expected to invent anything brand new, but it will be great if you could incrementally improve any unsolved problem.

 

The structure and length of this final report

 

The recommended structure of the final report should include these parts, and in this order:

 

  1. Title (between 5 to 15 words using only letters and avoid using hyphens and any punctuations);
  2. Abstract (a 100-200 word summary of this report);
  3. Introduction (the problem statement, the motivation of this work, the importance of this work - around 300 words);
  4. Related work (a condensed summary of existing solutions, which were presented your first assignment. State what their drawbacks are, from the point of view of the above defined problem statement - around 400 words);
  5. Your new solution or systematic assessment (the framework of your solution, assumptions and limitations, and all the details of your solution. Explain why your solution is expected to be better than others under the same conditions - around 1000 words);
  6. Evaluation of your solution (analysis, simulation, and comparison with the previous solutions. You will develop a working system/program to validate your idea. You will set up different evaluation criteria to measure your method/strategy/algorithm. You will compare your method/strategy/algorithm with existing method/strategy/algorithm based on the evaluation criteria - around 1000 words);
  7. Conclusion (a summary of your contribution and an overview of future work. You should highlight what the major qualitative and/or numerical highlights of the analysis in the previous section - around 200 words);
  8. References (a minimum of 20 references).

 

The length of the final report is around 3,000 words. (Note: Please consider the above suggested words-allocation as an average choice; you can totally define a new words -allocation by your own. You have a maximum of 3000 words, which allow you to show your capability of creating and demonstrating a new idea and presenting it well. If you are confident that you can present everything in less than 3000 words, that is ok; otherwise, you have more space to earn marks. The length does not make you lose any marks; but insufficient content does.)

How to write abstract?

Remember that you have 100-200 word limit so please use simple language to summarise the problem and your innovative solution. This is the best chance to attract readers` attention.

 

How to write introduction?

The introduction should be sufficiently self-contained to comprehend the essence of contribution for people generally working in IT area. They should be able to correctly understand what the important aspects of the contribution are, and how good the contribution is. The problem statement needs precise definition. Conditions, context, assumptions, and limitations of the research done should be briefly stated. The introduction should therefore attempt to present a full version of the report in a concise, readable, and intuitively clear form.

 

How to write related work?

Since you have done your first assignment, this part should not be difficult for you. It is a condensed summary of existing solutions. It should collect known results relevant to the problem stated, whether or not they are used in your solution. You should state what their drawbacks are, from the point of view of the above defined problem statement.

 

How to write your new solution part?

You should present your solution in a plain way that it can be easily understood. You should give the framework of your solution, assumptions and limitations, and all the details of your solution. Explain why your solution is expected to be better than others under the same conditions. It is good to clearly and concisely present the key idea before discussing any steps of your method/strategy/algorithm.

 

Remember that a figure may be worth a thousand words. Important new concepts, and new ideas,can be illustrated by examples and figures as appropriate, to help the reader in understanding them, and to demonstrate your own understanding of these concepts. Examples should not be trivial, but meaningful and helpful.

 

How to write the evaluation part?

The evaluation could be analytical, by simulation, or by implementation. Analytical analysis could provide, for example, the proof of validity of the major ideas of your solution. You should give analysis, simulation, and comparison with the previous solutions in this part. You will develop a working system/program to validate your idea. You will set up different evaluation criteria to measure your method/strategy/algorithm. You will compare your method/strategy/algorithm with existing method/strategy/algorithm based on the evaluation criteria. Graphs or tables are good way to illustrate your evaluation results.

 

How to write conclusion?

Conclusion part is a summary of your contribution and an overview of future work. You should highlight what the major qualitative and/or numerical highlights of the analysis in the previous section.

 

Recommended reading

 

  • Ivan Stojmenovic, "Editor`s Note: How to Write Research Articles in Computing and Engineering Disciplines," IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, pp. 145-147, February, 2010.

 

The final report will be marked using the following marking criteria:

 

  1. (4 marks) Abstract - It concisely summarises the problem and your solution. The length of the abstract is within 100 words.
  2. (4 marks) Introduction - It clearly defines the problem statement, gives the motivation of this work, highlights the importance of this work, and briefly introduces your solution.
  3. (4 marks) Related work - It covers representative existing solutions and gives an analysis on their drawbacks.
  4. (15 marks) Your new solution - It precisely describes the framework of your solution, assumptions and limitations, and all the details of your solution.
  5. (25 marks) Evaluation of your solution - It quantitatively and/or qualitatively presents the analysis, simulation, and comparison with the previous solutions. The evaluation criteria are clearly given. The evaluation results are clearly presented.
  6. (4 marks) Conclusion - It provides a summary of your contribution and an overview of future work.
  7. (4 marks) The final report is clearly structured according to the guideline, nicely presented, and well written. The length of the final report is within the scope given in the guideline. References are correctly cited and formatted.
  8. (5 marks) * Bonus points: The report gives the theoretical proof that can demonstrate the effectiveness of your solution, in addition to the experimental evaluation. The bonus points are not affected to the penalty from late submission. The bonus points could be given regardless how many marks you receive according to the marking scheme. That is, you could reach 65 marks in total for this assignment if you get full mark based on the marking scheme, if you are working really hard!

 

Criteria

Excellent

Good

Marginal

Not Shown

1: Summarise

It concisely summarises a

Narrow down but not

General scope no

No abstract (0

A Report In

narrowed problem and its

sharp (2-3 Marks)

specific focus (1

Mark)

An Abstract

solution (4 Marks)

 

Mark)

 

2:Write an

It clearly defines the problem

Narrow down the

General scope

No introduction

Introduction

statement, gives the motivation

problem but not sharp

without specific

section (0

 

of this work, highlights the

(2-3 Marks)

focus (1 Mark)

Mark)

 

importance of this work, and

 

 

 

 

briefly introduces the solution

 

 

 

 

(4 Marks)

 

 

 

3: Conduct A

It covers representative existing

It covers existing

It only covers

No related work

Survey For

solutions (including most

solutions on a

general existing

(0 Mark)

Related Work

related work) and gives an

narrowed problem and

solutions, but does

 

 

analysis on their drawbacks (4

gives an analysis on

not focus on related

 

 

Marks)

their drawbacks. But

solutions (1 Mark)

 

 

 

no most related work is

 

 

 

 

pointed out (2-3

 

 

 

 

Marks)

 

 

4: Provide A

It precisely describes the

It describes the

The solution is not

Generally

New Solution

framework of the solution,

framework of the

narrowed down, or

describe

 

assumptions and limitations,

solution, assumptions

no specific

existing

 

and all the details of the solution

and limitations, and

technique is

solution, but

 

(13-15 Marks)

most details of the

detailed. For

provide no new

 

 

solution (10-12

example, only

solution with

 

 

Marks)

source codes are

technical details

 

 

 

pasted without

(0-4 Marks)

 

 

 

explanations (5-9

 

 

 

 

Marks)

 

5: Conduct A

It quantitatively and/or

General numeric

No numeric results

No case study.

Experimental

qualitatively presents the

results are provided.

are provided. But

Or only use

Study

analysis, simulation, and

But no sufficient

some case studies

numeric results

 

comparison with the previous

evaluation criteria, for

are given to verify

from existing

 

solutions. The evaluation

example, evaluating

the proposed

work to

 

criteria are clearly given. The

only one metric. The

solution (8-14

demonstrate the

 

evaluation results are clearly

results are presented

Marks)

solution (0-7

 

presented (20-25 Marks)

(15-19 Marks)

 

Marks)

6: Give A

It provides an excellent

It provides a good

It provides a

No conclusion

Conclusion

summary of the contribution

summary of the

marginal summary

(0 Mark)

 

and an overview of the future

contribution and an

of the contribution

 

 

work (4 Marks)

overview of the future

and an overview of

 

 

 

work (3 Marks)

the future work (1-2

 

 

 

 

Marks)

 

7: Present A

The final report is clearly

The report structure is

The report structure

No structure,

Report using

structured according to the

complete. The

is incomplete and

for example, no

Suitable

guideline, nicely presented, and

presentation is easy to

presentation is hard

separated

Structure and

well written. The length of the

follow. References are

to follow.

sections (0

Writing Skills.

final report is within the scope

correctly cited and

References are not

Mark)

 

given in the guideline.

formatted (2-3 Marks)

correctly cited and

 

 

References are correctly cited

 

formatted (1

 

 

and formatted (4 Marks)

 

Mark )

 

8: Bonus

The report gives the theoretical

The report draw some

No any theoretical analysis (0 Mark)

Points

proof that can demonstrates the

theoretical conclusion

 

 

 

effectiveness of your solution,

from the experimental

 

 

 

in addition to the experimental

results (1-3 Marks)

 

 

 

evaluation (4-5 Marks)

 

 

 

 


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