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FINAL YEAR PROJECT I & II Week 1 – Introduction to the Course
The objectives of academic project I and II are as follows: • To produce system development, testing and evaluation for their project. • To mastery the tools that have been identified. • To produce the overall reports.
Academic project i Foundation for Academic Project Skills (WXES3183)
Introduction • This course covers the following research activities: • problem identification; • literature review; • evaluation of the research proposal; • viva on the research proposal and mastering of tools; • evaluation of the academic report.
Learning Outcomes • At the end of the course, students will be able to: • Analyze problems and produce problem statements. • Identify appropriate solution approach for the problems. • Review literatures related to the problems. • Use appropriate programming languages and/or tools for each solution proposed. • Identify commercialization opportunity for the product to be developed.
STUDENT’S ROLES • Register the correct course. • Choose a project title offered by the lecturers of your respective department via Ilmiah system. • Meet the lecturer to discuss about the title and make confirmation with the lecturer. (The confirmation is upon agreement between lecture – student) • Attend the Research Method Class (Please check the timetable) • Perform the academic project diligently and report on the work’s progress constantly. (Please meet your supervisor at least once a week.) • Attend the viva session and present your work. • Submit the proposal to the supervisor before the deadline.
Lecturer/Supervisor • Meeting & Discussion • Submit proposal • Decide Tools Propose project titles Student Tool Skills Presentation REJECTED ASSIGN Attend Student Presentation ACCEPTED APPROVE? ASSIGN Panel 1 & 2 Dept. Coordinator Evaluate & Key-in Marks Week 1 to 4 Week 5 to 7 Week 8 to 12 Week 13 to 15 Flow Chart for Academic Project 1
Evaluation Methods • Continuous evaluation: 100%. • Academic Project I & II: • Supervisor – Proposal - 40% • Panels - Mastery of Tools/Viva - 60%
Viva • 2 panels (lecturers from your department who are familiar with your topic) will be assigned to evaluate your work. • Please check the viva schedule. • Report/Proposal Each student must prepare a proposal for academic project I which contains at least the following information: • Introduction to relevant project/title. • Statement of problems and the proposed solutions. • Project scope. • Project objectives that could be measured. • Literature reviews where the students should be able to elaborate and make a comparison on the methods/solutions that have been implemented before. • The modules/design/models/algorithms that will be developed in Academic Project II. • References.
Research Method class • A class conducted • to provide a set of guidelines to students. • intends to give some ideas on how to carry out this course. • will be conducted in 7 weeks ( 2 hours per week). • Students are highly recommended to attend this class as it will give as much information as needed.
introduction • In this course, students are required to design and develop a prototype based on the problem and tools that they have identified in WXES3183, write a project report, present and defend their project.
Learning outcomes • Depends on your department. For e.g. For AI dept..... • At the end of this course, students are able to : • Develop project using identified tools • Demonstrate ethical and professional values in project development and documentation • Write report. • Solve problems based on best practices • Use knowledge from various sources for project development
Evaluation Method • Continuous evaluation: 100%. • Academic Project I & II: • Supervisor –Report - 40% • Panels - System/Viva - 60%
Viva • Each student must present their system during the viva. • Report Each student must prepare a report for academic project II which contains at least the following information: • System development methodology. • System design and analysis. • System evaluation. • Conclusions.
Lecturer/Supervisor Evaluate & Key-in Marks System Design Viva Pre-Viva Student Panel 1 & 2 Submit Report Week 1 to 7 Week 8 to 12 Week 13 to 15 Flow Chart Academic Project 2
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