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ELECENG4054 Bandwidth Scheduling For Energy Efficiency In High Networks

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Part 1: Literature search/review 

Your aim is to discover relevant, peer-reviewed, academic research articles on a computing topic chosen by you. This topic should be the same topic as that on which you base your project proposal (Part 2 of this ICA). Your list of articles should include some primary research, not just papers that summarise the literature or give a personal opinion. In your Part 1 report you should describe your full literature search and review process:
1. Short introduction of your topic.
2. Your repeated cycles of define search question, search, assess results, refine question, refine search, assess results, refine question etc.
3. Your criteria, with reasons, for deciding the relevance to your topic of articles that you found and therefore their inclusion or exclusion from your final list.
4. Your conclusions about the results of your literature search, and your evaluation of the search’s limitations.
5. A reference list with full reference details for your final set of papers, Teesside University Harvard style, use Cite-them-right: or Bibtex if using the Latex editor.
Part 1, your literature search/review report, should be a maximum of 2000 words excluding references. As a guide, you should aim to have a final list of 10-30 papers that are the most relevant to your chosen research topic.

Part 2: Project Proposal 

Write a proposal for a new research project which could end up as your masters project. Your proposal should mostly draw upon the papers that you found in Part 1 (but you can include additional references). It should contain the following sections, with the headings and numbering as shown in bold below, and in this order:
1. Research purpose. Introduce and explain the research’s purpose, including a single overall research question that will be addressed by the research. You must also define the anticipated product(s) i.e. the anticipated contribution to knowledge.
2. Background context. Discuss previous academic research in your topic area, and how your project will relate to that previous work. The majority of your cited references in this section should be to the papers that you found in Part 1 of this ICA.
3. Research methodology. Explain and justify the intended research methodology by which you will address and answer your research question. The research methodology should consist of one or more research strategies, one or more data generation methods and, if appropriate, your intended data analysis techniques.
4. Evaluation methodology. Explain and justify how you plan to evaluate your end product(s) or contribution to knowledge. Note that masters projects are expected to include third party evaluation of the end product if at all possible.
5. Schedule and publishing. Explain the set of tasks, the timescale for each task and hence the timescale for the overall research - include within this section a Gantt chart which captures your schedule visually. Allow 13 weeks from ‘project start’ to ‘hand-in of all project work’ (you need not include the presentation & viva, which normally come after the hand-in). Also identify, with reasons, the academic journal or conference for which you will prepare your project’s final research paper.
6. Professional, legal and ethical issues. Discuss any professional, legal and ethical issues that your proposal raises, and explain how they will be addressed. This includes identifying which level of ethical clearance will be required from the School’s Research Ethics Committee.
References. All references cited in the proposal should be listed alphabetically at the end of the proposal (Teesside University Harvard style, use Cite-them-right: ( ), and all references listed at the end should be cited in the proposal. Highlight in yellow those references in your list at the end of Part 2 which also appeared in your final list of 10-30 papers at the end of Part 1.

Part 2, your project proposal, should be a maximum of 2500 words, excluding references. Don’t use appendices as a way of including extra material which does not appear in your word count!
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