Chap4 - 4 The Process An Overview In this chapter, we...

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4 The Process – An Overview In this chapter, we present an overview of the process of conducting thesis projects. Briefly, the process consists of seven activities, which are carried out by you. In addition, your supervisor and examiner are involved in four activities, which focus on controlling the quality of your project at different stages. Figure 4.1 presents an overview of the process. The process starts with an activity in which you develop a project proposal. The project proposal is a short description of your initial ideas about what you would like to do, and how you intend to achieve the overall goal of the project. The project proposal is submitted for quality control. Once the project proposal has been accepted, the ideas in your proposal are developed into a more extensive problem description. Typically, developing a prob- lem description includes activities such as searching for information at the univer- sity library, developing the aim (the overall goal) and objectives (how to reach the
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2010 for the course IFT 7002 taught by Professor Lamongtagne during the Spring '09 term at Université Laval.

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Chap4 - 4 The Process An Overview In this chapter, we...

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