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lab_writup - January 6, 2010 ECE 124d/256c Lab Write-up...

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January 6, 2010 1 ECE 124d/256c Lab Write-up Forrest Brewer What should and should not appear in your class progress reports for labs and project. Despite the seeming simplicity of a two to three-page limit for the report length, it pays to carefully present what you did, how you did it and most importantly, why it was done. Reports generally follow a similar plan based loosely on the make-up of a scientific paper, modified to account for the large amount of common knowledge in a planned. lab exercise. Classically a report has the following sections: 1. Title and name of experimenter(s). 2. Purpose and expected goals of the lab -- in a design project this is often replaced with a clear description of what is to be designed. (i.e. a spec) and the design goals. 3. Methodology a. Overview of design tasks b. Assumptions required for design analysis and procedures c. Observations from the design tasks d. Plan for design testing and analysis (i.e. how to measure the results) 4. Results a. Metric results -- did you meet your goals? Figures and Interpretation
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This note was uploaded on 12/28/2011 for the course ECE 124d taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at UCSB.

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