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    Research and Development in Information Technology 
    Assignment 2 Guideline 
    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 
    Submission: You must  submit  an  electronic  copy  of  your  assignment  in  either Acrobat  (.pdf)  or 
    Microsoft Word (.doc/.docx) via CloudDeakin. 
    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. Deakin University uses Turnitin as the 
    program that allows you to check whether there is any unoriginal material in your work, please refer 
    Additional Requirements and Notes 
    1.  Any text, table, figure, and code adapted from any source must be clearly referenced.   
    2.  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. 
    3.  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. 
    4.  No extension will be granted without an acceptable reason.   
    5.  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 
    SIT340/740  Information Technology代写
    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 
    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. 
    Page 2 of 5 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 
    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. 
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    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 
    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 
    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! :-) 
    (The detailed marking scheme is shown in Table 1) 
    Page 4 of 5 Table 1. Marking Scheme. 
    Assignment Task 2 (60%=60 Marks)       
    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     
    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   
    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   
    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