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Research1 - The research projects in Senior Design I are...

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The research projects in Senior Design I are important because they relate directly to your Senior Design II proposal as: The style used in the projects is the same that you will need to use in your Senior Design II Proposal. The projects consist of writing sections of your Senior Design II Proposal Please use the exact same numbering: Section Score II. PROBLEM STATEMENT A. Project Objectives B. Constraints 5 III. ASSUMPTIONS AND LIMITATIONS. A. Assumptions B. Limitations 5 IV. NEEDS FEASIBILITY ANALYSIS A. Needs Analysis B. Feasibility Analysis C. Marketability 10 10 10 V. RISK ANALYSIS 10 VI. OPERATING ENVIRONMENT 3 VII. INTENDED USER(S) AND INTENDED USE(S) A. Intended user(s). B. Intended use(s). 3 4 VIII. BACKGROUND 15 IX. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY 15 XVII. A. Specifications 10 Case by Case Scoring Reason Deduction Heading Style, Single Occurrence 4 Heading Style, Multiple Occurrences 7 Not referencing Images, Single Occurrence 4 Not referencing Images, Multiple Occurrences 7 Assumptions Limitations errors 1 Each Not reviewed by mentor 25% Not presenting required information Case by Case Deliverables:
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Report PowerPoint Presentation RESEARCH PROJECT REPORT GUIDELINES While you prepare your research project you will be working on some important and time consuming sections of your report. This paper has to be reviewed by your mentor and have his initials in the title page An approved proposal is required to pass this course. If your research document is not satisfactory you will: Not have a good grade. And still will need to do corrections. Use the check boxes after the item numbers to verify that you have followed all the steps. Remember that if you did not have time to do it right the first time, how are you going to have time to do it right the second time? Bellow you will find sections of your research document. I would recommend that: 1. You start early. 2. You use a uniform style across the project according to the format guidelines indicated in class. 3. Use the sections numbering according to that indicated in the Proposal Outline even if it means that you will have jumps in the numbering in this report. V. NEEDS FEASIBILITY ANALYSIS A. Needs Analysis B. Feasibility Analysis Follow the guidelines presented in the lectures. We would like to show the reader details about the methods you followed: Show and explain the different steps of the Need Analysis including the tables with the objectives and their evolution. Show and explain the different steps of the Feasibility Analysis including the tables for weighted scale and weight computation. VIII. BACKGROUND The intention of this section is for you to establish a frame of reference about available technology, current state of the art, and possible approaches.
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Please take into consideration that: 4. Each item you review has a Sub Section Heading and an entry in the Table of Content. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 07/23/2011 for the course EEL 4920 taught by Professor Arellano during the Spring '10 term at FIU.

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