CS633 – Formal Research Report or Q/A
The Final Exam is due xx/xx/20xx. Late assignments will not be accepted. Posting must occur in the appropriate area of Moodle. Hardcopy, email, etc. will not be accepted. A total of 400 points will be awarded for a perfect score for this exercise. Each student may choose ONLY one (1) of the two options outlined below.
Option 1 is a Research Report
A student wishing to continue with his/her education beyond the Master’s Degree and considering advancing to the Ph.D. level may wish to select Option 1 as it will provide a foundation for a Master’s Thesis and Dissertation.
Option 1: Research Report / Individual Project (400 points)
Write a scholarly research report on a topic related to Software Engineering (see Appropriate Topics). Please see Important Notes and Document Details for detailed specifications.
The Research Report should consist of a comparative analysis of two programming languages of your choice.
Important Student Notes:
· Each student submission should be checked for plagiarism. Students should be warned that Turnitin has a very good historical memory and is capable of accessing reports from both internal and external resources (i.e. Universities, Governments, etc.) including those originally written in non-English written languages. Plagiarism will result in a grade of zero (non-negotiable) for the assignment and may results in other university actions. The department chairperson will be notified of the violation. Additional Campbellsville University penalties may be applicable. Please see class syllabus for additional details.
· Only one submission attempt is permitted – AS THE STUDENT TO BE SURE BEFORE DEPRESSING ENTER.
· Acceptable file formats for submissions include Microsoft Word (doc, docx) or Adobe Acrobat (PDF). No other formats are acceptable.
· The research paper must be at least 2,500 words supported by evidence (citations from peer-reviewed sources).
· A minimum of four (4) peer-reviewed journal citations are required.
· Formatting should be double-spaced, one-inch boarders, no extra space for headings, no extra white space, no more than two levels of heading, page numbers, front and back matter).
· Extra white space use to enhance page count will negatively affect student grade.
· Chapter 1 illustrates the document details of the research report and constitutes Background/Introduction, Problem Statement(s), Goal(s), Research Question(s), Relevance and Significance, Barriers and Issues related to topic chosen. Chapter 2 should consist of student paraphrasing the cited research material (i.e. what happened in case study x). Chapter 3 should be the reasoning for doing a basic compare/contrast or advantages/disadvantage of what was stated in Chapter 2 (do not state because the professor said so). Chapter 4 is a complete analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of what was stated in chapter 2. In effect, chapter 3 is a statement of what will be done an
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