Thesis proposal checklist

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Thesis proposal checklist

  1. 1. Thesis Proposal Checklist Three important things to ask yourself Dominique Gerald M Cimafranca [email_address] http://villageidiotsavant.com By
  2. 2. Three things to ask yourself <ul><li>Have you familiarized yourself with your working environment?
  3. 3. What preliminary theoretical research have you collected?
  4. 4. How will you test your results? </li></ul>
  5. 5. Your working environment <ul><li>Operating System
  6. 6. Programming Language
  7. 7. Libraries
  8. 8. Integrated Development Environment
  9. 9. Compiler
  10. 10. Application Server
  11. 11. Database
  12. 12. File formats
  13. 13. Network
  14. 14. Data Sources </li></ul>
  15. 15. Your working environment <ul><li>Do you have a basic installation running?
  16. 16. Are you able to run some simple programs?
  17. 17. Can you demonstrate some simple tests? </li></ul>
  18. 18. Why? We want to know that your project is doable .
  19. 19. Your preliminary theoretical research <ul><li>What are your secondary sources?
  20. 20. Are your sources reputable?
  21. 21. How do you plan to extend this work?
  22. 22. What are works related to your project?
  23. 23. How does your project differ from other works? </li></ul>
  24. 24. Why? We want to see that your project has strong foundations.
  25. 25. Your test framework <ul><li>What is the output of your project?
  26. 26. How will you deploy your project?
  27. 27. What are the parameters of its operation?
  28. 28. What test data will you use? </li></ul>
  29. 29. Your test framework <ul><li>How will you show that you have achieved your results? </li><ul><li>Functionality
  30. 30. Performance
  31. 31. Usability
  32. 32. Statistics </li></ul></ul>
  33. 33. Why? We want to you to show that your project works .
  34. 34. Three things to ask yourself <ul><li>Have you familiarized yourself with your working environment?
  35. 35. What preliminary theoretical research have you collected?
  36. 36. How will you test your results? </li></ul>
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