Full Name Student ID Subject ITC571 â€“ Emerging Technology and Innovations Assignment No Final Report Due Date Lecturerâ€™s Name Your Title Here – The paper title could be more specific than general. Your Name Your Email School of Computing and Mathematics, Charles Sturt University, Melbourne, Victoria Abstract – The earth is more prone to natural hazards and possible disasters – The abstract should summarize the approach and the article’s major scientific contributions, emphasizing the importance and significance of the results. The abstract should not contain literature citations or allusions to the illustrations. – Define all non-standard symbols and abbreviations. Use running text only and avoid equations GRAPHIC ABSTRACT Graphical Summary of your paper (this is an optional). How do you show your research in one figure? This is from a previous publication. Key Wordsâ€” Natural hazards, large flood events, flood risk assessment metrics, flood hazards 1. INTRODUCTION CSU expect 12-15 references for this section. The Introduction section should contain literature citations to discuss other similar proposals. Below is the rough guide to follow the structure of the Bibliography (Introduction). Please also follow the Introduction section of the attached papers from HD students of this subject. Rough Guide to the Structure of the Annotated Bibliography (Introduction), as follows: Section 1: Significance of the research Why is it an interesting or useful problem (why it is significant / impact)? Section 2: How original is the approach? Section 3-4: Literature review in the area what you are working * What things were proposed and measure in the literature? What are the researchers trying to find out? â€¢ Why is it an interesting or useful problem? â€¢ How original is the approach? â€¢ What things were proposed? â€¢ What things were measured? â€¢ What were the results, that is, what do the authors â€¢ conclude and what is the evidence? Section 5: Research gap – What are the limitations of their work? – What are the holes in their work? – what not have been done in the area what you are working Section 6: Aim of your research – What you are doing to overcome the research gap – What is the aim of your work – this should be aligned with your produced results * PS â€“ You should not write any of these questions in your assignment, this is just a guide ïŠ. 2. MATERIAL & METHODS The methods should be adequately explained, how the research was conducted. What are you going to propose to solve the problem that is existing in the current/existing solutions; (Mention the initial solution here). You can use a diagram to clarify that with writing text. How you are going to do your research (step by step methodology is needed). A. Data Collection Events of large flood information collected â€¦â€¦â€¦. B. Data Inclusion Criteria Certain attributes such as reference numberâ€¦â€¦. Table 1: Selected Attribute Description Attribute Name Data Type Description *Nominal data type represents the text data C. Data Analysis First, we analyzed the â€¦â€¦. All analyses were carried out using MATLAB (MathWorks Inc., Natick, MA, USA) R2015b on a computer with an Intel Core i7 CPU. III RESULTS * Figures & Tables: – Captions and legends to the Figures should be a self-explanatory reader to understand the work clearly. – Please, try to use a combination of solid and dash lines in the figures that could be distinguished clearly in black & white hard copies. – Are all figures and tables necessary? – take the decision Obvious questions for this section are: Are the results clearly explained? Has an appropriate analysis has been conducted? Is the statistics correct? Is the number of significant figures used in numerical values appropriate? Are SI units used? * You include the “Results” section, ONLY, if you have obtained your own results. * You cannot include someone else’ figures or tables in this section. This is only your own analysis. * Comprehensive Figure captions are needed. * Then, include your reasoning about the figure. You should be able deliver useful information to reader from each figure. A. Statistical Analysis The calculated probability values (p-values) are shown in Tables 3 and 4 using Wilcoxon signed-rankâ€¦.. B. Top â€¦â€¦â€¦. IV DISCUSSION The discussion is the productive, creative and innovative part of writing a paper. It is the thinking about the implications of the results that you got, and the literature search for a comparable or contradictive paper that you learn something. – You can not refer tables or figures here, instead only the overall results without referring figure or table numbers. – You should indicate how the results relate to expectations and to earlier research? Reviewers may look => Are the claims in this section supported by the results, do they seem reasonable? Have you indicated how the results relate to expectations and to earlier research? V CONCLUSIONS Please write the conclusion of your research. – Please do not use citations. REFERENCES – When you use the thoughts or text of another author in your paper, you must include the source within the text of the paper and on the References page. – References should be consistent; follow the same style for all the references. Probably IEEE style – Are references not up-to-date and appropriate? – Is the list of references appropriate and comprehensive? References should be consistent, follow the same style for all the references, probably IEEE style.  T. I. Zohdi, F. A. Kuypers, and W. C. Lee, â€œEstimation of red blood cell volume fraction from overall permittivity measurements,â€ Int. J. Eng. Sci., vol. 48, pp. 1681â€“1691, Jan. 2010.  W. R. Tinga, W. A. G. Voss, and D. F. Blossey, â€œGeneralized approach to multiphase dielectric mixture theory,â€ J. Appl. Phys., vol. 44, no. 9, pp. 3897â€“ 3902, 1973.  T. Saarenketo, â€œElectrical properties of water in clay and silty soils,â€ J. Appl. Geophys., vol. 40, nos. 1â€“3, pp. 73â€“88, 1998. Appendix (if needed) Most of the mathematical explanation should go to the Appendix section. Too many equations distract the flow of the work. Qualitative descriptions or graphs are preferred mechanism for explaining relationships. Derivation of the formula should go to the Appendix.