Features. The numbers of these tables are based on How many groups you

Proposed Work and Implementation _ Template_ Stage 3 Project Name: Week 5_ Create Flowchart & Different Evaluation Tables by Analysing the Major Features/Factors in your project First Draw Flowchart that represent the sequence of Generic steps in your project topic . Then assign the techniques that you collected in your literature review to each step. Create Different Tables to Analyse Your Work Features. The numbers of these tables are based on How many groups you classified to collect your project Factors. Please check “Sample_4″ file in Best Sample of students work ” folder and the table that student has created based on the factors in his work. Table 1 Table Name Goal of this Table Input for this Table Output of this Table Results Discussion Place the Table Here < Results of this table. Which work is better in these collected solutions related to this table> The Created Table < Place the created table here> Table 2 Table Name Goal of this Table Input for this Table Output of this Table Results Discussion Place the Table Here The Created Table Table 3 Table Name Goal of this Table Input for this Table Output of this Table Results Discussion Place the Table Here The Created Table Table 4 Table Name Goal of this Table Input for this Table Output of this Table Results Discussion Place the Table Here The Created Table Table 5 Table Name Goal of this Table Input for this Table Output of this Table Results Discussion Place the Table Here The Created Table Week 6_ Propose New Solution A. If you Propose Hybrid Solution Chose the best latest solution in this work based on your analysis. Chose another solution that has link with selected one that if you take it’s features can solve the limitation in first one. Current Solution 1 Author Name and Published year System Components How is the System Work

Features/Characteristics Advantages Limitations and Challenges Diagram of this system Created the Compatible Table and you found the compatibilities between these two solutions (you found links). Create another table to Reduce the limitation of selected best solution by getting the advantages of good features of compatible solutions. Then propose new solution and show your contribution in it NOTE: Check the guidelines that available for that. Proposed work Name your proposal system/method/tool/… Proposed System Components How is the proposed System Work Features/Characteristics Advantages Limitations and Challenges Analyse your proposed solution Your Proposed work Discussion Expected Results of proposed solution Diagram of this system B. If you Propose Universal Solution Created the Compatible Table and find the compatibilities among solutions. Create another table to Reduce the limitation of selected best solution by getting the advantages of good features of compatible solutions. Then propose new solution and show your contribution in it NOTE: Check the guidelines that available for that. Proposed work Name your proposal system/method/tool/… Proposed System Components How is the proposed System Work Features/Characteristics Advantages Limitations and Challenges Analyse your proposed solution Your Proposed work Discussion Expected Results of proposed solution Diagram of this system Week 7-to-Week 9_Implementing your Proposed Solution Note: Chose the suitable tool to implement your proposed solution. This should be applied on BOTH Theoretical and Practical Projects Version 1.0_ / / 2015 Step 1 Step Name Goal of this step Input you need to accomplish the goal Process you need to work on the input to accomplish the goal The output (Result) of this stage Result Discussion < What is the result (The output) from implementing your procedure (process). In the beginning might your result will be practical result or theoretical result> Diagrams/Figures of Outputs Version 2.0_ / / 2015 Step 2 Step Name Goal of this step Input you need to accomplish the goal Process you need to work on the input to accomplish the goal The output (Result) of this stage Result Discussion Diagrams/Figures of Outputs Version 3.0_ / / 2015 Step 3 Step Name Goal of this step Input you need to accomplish the goal Process you need to work on the input to accomplish the goal The output (Result) of this stage Result Discussion Diagrams/Figures of Outputs Version 4.0_ / / 2015 Step 4 Step Name Goal of this step Input you need to accomplish the goal Process you need to work on the input to accomplish the goal The output (Result) of this stage Result Discussion Diagrams/Figures of Outputs Version 5.0_ / / 2015 Step 5 Step Name Goal of this step Input you need to accomplish the goal Process you need to work on the input to accomplish the goal The output (Result) of this stage Result Discussion Diagrams/Figures of Outputs Version 6.0_ / / 2015 Step 6 Step Name Goal of this step Input you need to accomplish the goal Process you need to work on the input to accomplish the goal The output (Result) of this stage Result Discussion Diagrams/Figures of Outputs Version 7.0_ / / 2015 Step 7 Step Name Goal of this step Input you need to accomplish the goal Process you need to work on the input to accomplish the goal The output (Result) of this stage Result Discussion Diagrams/Figures of Outputs Version 8.0_ / / 2015 Step 8 Step Name Goal of this step Input you need to accomplish the goal Process you need to work on the input to accomplish the goal The output (Result) of this stage Result Discussion Diagrams/Figures of Outputs Week 10_Evaluate your Proposed Solution Create your table to evaluate your work with previous selected solutions Proposed and Previous Work Comparison Previous Work_1 (Author Name and Publication Year) Previous Work_2 (Author Name and Publication Year) Proposed Work Work Goal < Describe a desired condition that can be achieved through personal action.> System’s Components < In bullet points, list system components. It means, what are the components in the system/tool/technique, method, framework, … etc > System’s Mechanism < In bullet points, list system mechanism. It means, what are the processing steps in the system/tool/technique, method, framework, … etc> Features/Characteristics < A product feature is an actual, physical property or function of the product. What good things the product offers. Think of product features as product characteristics or specifications. A feature is something you can find listed in a description, plan or design.> Cost . Speed . Security . Performance . Advantages < A product’s benefit results from the feature. Think of a benefit as why a product is good. what the consumer will be able to do> Limitations/Disadvantages Platform Number of examples applied to each work Results Results Discussion © Dr Abeer Alsadoon 2015_CSU Sydney Study Centre

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