Master Thesis/Project Report Format
Guidelines for preparation of master thesis/project report, overview of the steps.
- Select master project/thesis advisor.
- Select a project topic.
- Select a committee.
- Obtain approvals for committee, advisor.
- Register for the master project/thesis course with thesis advisor. (A section number will be provided to you by your project/thesis advisor.)
- Start Research on your master project.
- (Optional) Present a thesis proposal to the committee during mid-way of the thesis.
- Write project report/thesis.
- Present your master project and/or defend thesis.
- Submit your master project report, or publish thesis.
Discuss with your master project advisor at the beginning to decide whether your master project will be more suited for the project or thesis option.
Questions to ask when evaluating your master project topic:
- Is there current interest in this topic in the field?
- Is there is a gap in knowledge that work on this topic could help to fill?
- Is it possible to focus on a manageable segment of this topic?
- Identify a preliminary method of data collection that is acceptable to your advisor.
- Is there a body of literature is available that is relevant to your topic?
- Do you need financial assistance to carry out your research?
- Is the data necessary to complete your work is easily accessible?
- Define the project purpose, scope, objectives, and procedures.
- What are the potential limitations of the study?
- Are there any skills called on by the study that you have yet to acquire?
Master level project involves:
- Analyzing the problem or topic.
- Conducting extensive research.
- Summarizing findings from the research investigation.
- Recommending additional research on the topic.
- Drawing conclusions and making recommendations.
- Documenting the results of the research.
- Defending conclusions and recommendations.
When you’re contemplating a thesis topic, you should discuss your interests with as many people as possible to gain a broad perspective. You will find your faculty advisor knowledgeable and willing to offer excellent suggestions and advice regarding an appropriate thesis topic.
Give considerable thought to the identification and planning of a thesis topic. Review literature related to your interests; read a variety of research papers, abstracts, and proposals for content, methods and structure. Looking at completed master’s theses will be a useful activity toward expanding inquiry skills and thought processes.
After the thesis advisor is selected, you may register on-line for a thesis section. You will need to see your thesis instructor to obtain the thesis section number.
Suggested Master Project/Thesis Completion Timeline
Below please find a suggested timeline. Individual timelines may vary from one student to another.
- The approval page with all signatures must be submitted to the graduate advisor prior to the last day of the semester.
- The thesis must be submitted electronically prior to the last day of classes. The last day of class can be identified in the on-line Academic calendar.
Funding is usually available to students with expertise to the specific area. You will want to research scholarship options during the pre-project planning as many scholarship applications are due months before the award is granted.
- Research assistantship with a faculty advisor related to the topic of research
- Teaching assistantship to teach an undergraduate laboratory
- Check with Career Center for on-campus positions
- Attend all career fairs that would be of interest to consider summer internships
- SPIE (The International Society for Optics and Photonics)
- ISA (International Society of Automation)
More opportunities exist; you will need to search for scholarships based on your topic of research.
The Technology Division at the Cullen College of Engineering* does not mandate citation styles, but you must cite your sources and cite them consistently. Here are some helpful links to assist you with citation:
- Landmark's Son of a Citation Machine
- Wikipedia Citation Templates
*The Human Development Consumer Science department prefers you to use the APA style. Please consult with your thesis advisor when choosing a citation style .
The Technology Division at the Cullen College of Engineering has significant expectations with regard to thesis quality. Poor or average level theses will not receive college approvals. It is the joint responsibility of the student and the committee to ensure that the thesis is of acceptable quality. Ultimately, the task is one borne by the student as the thesis is a reflection of the quality of their work. The thesis committee can direct the student to seek assistance if quality issues are noticed as the chapters are developed. The student should take quality feedback seriously and not wait until the end to attempt to fix this type of problem as it can result in significant delays and postponement of graduation. When you write and defend your thesis, keep the following guidelines in mind:
- Shows a cursory examination of the topic.
- Makes little use of existing data sources.
- Fails to examine primary sources.
- Shows little comprehension of crucial texts or research in the subject matter.
- Lacks adequate organization.
- Treats the topic in a competent, straightforward way.
- Shows a good grasp of the material.
- Makes use of existing data sources in a competent fashion or shows a good acquaintance with primary sources and current research.
- Shows a solid comprehension of research in the subject matter
- Sustains a line of argumentation throughout the thesis
- Shows all of the above qualities of a quality thesis as well as some measure of originality in research. Originality is defined as developing new data; treating existing data in an original or particularly compelling way; developing new or particularly compelling theoretical arguments; interpreting existing research in an original or particularly compelling way; or bringing primary or secondary materials and research together to sustain a new, comprehensive or compelling interpretation. In general, a thigh quality thesis either shows some measure of originality in its argument or empirical base; or is in some other way striking or new.
Organization of Thesis
The original and copies of the thesis MUST include the following items IN THE ORDER LISTED :
- Blank sheet of bond paper at the beginning of each copy submitted.
- Copyright page (optional).
- Title Page (must show month and year of graduation - see example).
- Signature page (see example). All three required copies must have ORIGINAL SIGNATURES of the committee and the student. Signatures must be in black ink. This page should be omitted from the electronic thesis.
- Acknowledgment (optional).
- Abstract Title Page (optional - must show month and year of graduation - see example).
- Abstract (optional - University Microfilms, Inc. requires abstracts be no longer than 150 words.).
- Table of Contents.
Although there is no prescribed style for the completed thesis, there are several style manuals available which may prove helpful. The student should contact the thesis advisor to discuss the style manual to be used. Above all, it is important to be consistent throughout the entire thesis. Decide how you wish to structure your manuscript and be consistent throughout it.
Steps in the Submission of Electronic Dissertation/Thesis
- Write your thesis per Technology Division at the Cullen College of Engineering thesis guidelines.
- Successfully defend your thesis. Make corrections per the thesis committee.
- Committee signs the approval page.
- Submit a copy of the final thesis version to the Associate Dean for Research for Graduate Studies or your graduate advisor for formatting review a minimum of two weeks prior to the end of the semester.
- Wait for formatting approval before beginning electronic submission process.
- Create a single pdf file of the thesis. The signature page is NOT included in the online submission.
- Submit the signed approval page to your graduate advisor. Approval page is stored in the student’s file. ET students must also submit rubric sheets, one for each committee member.
- Please note you will be asked if you would like to embargo your work, request a journal hold or a patent hold. Be sure to check with your committee chair about these features and whether your committee chair will approve them.
- Uploading the thesis requires an active Cougarnet account and log in. If you have not used your Cougarnet account in more than 90 days, please contact the ETD administrator for assistance.
- You will receive an e-mail confirming your upload to TDL. Please forward this email to your graduate advisor.
- Wait for confirmation from your faculty chair and graduate advisor that your document has been accepted.
- Email your committee chair requesting approval of your submission. Also request approval of the embargo, if applicable.
The font should be Times New Roman, 12 pt. font
The margins should be one inch (1") each
Electronic Copy Submission
All CCE Technology Division theses submitted in an electronic format may be hosted on the College webpage. You must submit an electronic copy of the thesis in pdf format that accurately represents the printed version of the final document.
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Student research progress is evaluated at the end of each semester for every student in programs with a thesis, project or major paper, starting when the student is engaged in their research. The student’s research supervisory committee is responsible for evaluating their research progress in relation to the student’s overall research plan. Students may receive an evaluation of:
- Satisfactory Research Progress: The student is developing their research adequately relative to the stage in their research program. There may be minor problems with progress in an overall evaluation of satisfactory progress.
- Difficulties with Research Progress: The student has some important issue or issues that need to be addressed in order to attain reasonable progress relative to the stage in the student’s research program.
- Unsatisfactory Research Progress: The student has some fundamental problem or problems with their research progress relative to the stage in the student’s research program.
Normally, students who are not progressing well will be given an evaluation of Difficulties with Research Progress as their first indication of serious lack of progress. Students with an evaluation of Difficulties with Research Progress must subsequently receive a satisfactory evaluation on their next research progress report in order to remain in clear standing.
Students with an evaluation of Difficulties with Research Progress who do not achieve a satisfactory evaluation on their next research progress report will receive an Unsatisfactory Research Progress evaluation. Clear and significant cases of lack of research progress may result in an Unsatisfactory Research Progress evaluation without first receiving an evaluation of Difficulties with Research Progress.
Students who receive an Unsatisfactory Research Progress evaluation will be assigned probationary status and remain on probation until such time as they successfully achieve a satisfactory evaluation on their research progress report. A student who receives a second Unsatisfactory Research Progress evaluation shall be dismissed .
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Evaluate your progress.
The progress report allows to better monitor the progress of students in their program. It also makes it possible to evaluate the progress made during the last year and to define the objectives for the following year. The information provided in the report ensures that all students are making systematic and consistent progress in their research.
It’s also an opportunity for the student and the thesis supervisor to meet and to take stock of the research and adjust accordingly. It is important to take advantage of these meetings to review the research goals and agree on the expected progress in the months to come. It is possible that several versions of the progress report are needed before coming to a final version.
Download the Annual Research Progress Report form (PDF) .
Who must submit a thesis progress report arrow_drop_down
All students registered in a thesis program must submit an annual progress report. Students who receive scholarships from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) or from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) must also submit progress reports.
How to submit the progress report arrow_drop_down
The student must submit the progress report to the thesis supervisor by submitting a Service Request in the Candidate Center accessible through uoZone . The supervisor will then assess the student's progress. He or she will decide if the report is satisfactory or not, by comparing the objectives achieved by the student with the objectives established in the previous progress report. If the student does not reach these objectives, the progress report could be deemed unsatisfactory. It is therefore important that the student communicate with his supervisor throughout his studies in order to ensure an adequate progression of the academic path and the research. It is also possible that, following a meeting or a consultation, the student and the thesis supervisor decide to modify the objectives established during the last progress report. If this is the case, both must agree with the changes.
Once reviewed and approved by the thesis supervisor, the report will be submitted to the administration for verification and final approval. The progress report will then be noted in the student's file.
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First report: During the second year of the program, specifically during the 4th term. Some faculties or units may however require a progress report before the 4th term. Following reports: One report per year until the submission of the thesis. If the progress is unsatisfactory, a report may be required more frequently.
- If the student has been granted an extension to complete the program, he or she will have to submit a progress report each term.
- If the student is requesting a leave of absence, he or she must submit a progress report at the same time in order for the request to be approved.
Unsatisfactory progress reports arrow_drop_down
A progress report may be deemed unsatisfactory by the thesis supervisor or by the administration.
A report can be unsatisfactory for several reasons. For example:
- The thesis supervisor thinks that the student should be more advanced in the research;
- External factors are influencing the research;
- The objectives achieved by the student are not sufficient and/or are not aligned with the established objectives;
- Meetings between the student and the supervisor are not frequent enough;
- The research findings are not clear or do not support the thesis sufficiently.
In the case of an unsatisfactory report, the student will be informed of the imposed recommendations to follow. For example:
- Submit a detailed study plan;
- Establish more detailed goals with the thesis supervisor;
- Meet with a thesis committee.
Please note: After being informed that the report was unsatisfactory, the student will be asked to submit a new progress report that must be satisfactory before the next term.
Consequences of not submitting a progress report arrow_drop_down
If the student fails to submit a progress report, the access to registration will be blocked until the student remedies the situation. Not registering could have major financial impact and may eventually lead to the student's academic file being closed without further notice. Any scholarship may be suspended or cancelled.
Tips for establishing effective communication with your thesis supervisor arrow_drop_down
- The student must stay in touch with the thesis supervisor and meetings should be frequent to ensure the supervisor is well informed of the student's progress;
- uOttawa encourages students to prepare self-evaluation reports on a regular basis and give them to the supervisor for feedback;
- After each meeting, the student could make a summary including items discussed and the progress reached;
- At the end of each meeting the student and the supervisor should plan the next meetings and establish objectives to be met. If possible, set the date of the following meeting.
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All students are required to conduct a yearly Progress Report meeting with their Thesis Committee after passing the Preliminary Exam. This meeting ensures that the student is making satisfactory research progress toward their PhD and provides a mechanism for the student to identify areas of strength and weakness in their development as an independent scientist. The Progress Report meeting must be scheduled by May 17 and completed by August 31 of the third, fourth, and fifth year. Failure to do so will result in a hold being placed on the student’s registration. If an in person meeting is not possible, please see the CMB Virtual Meeting Guide .
Requirements to Complete
Prior to the progress report meeting:.
- Schedule the Progress Report meeting with the Thesis Committee
- Send an email notification with the scheduled meeting date to the CMB Office by the May 17 deadline (failure to do so will result in a hold being placed on the student’s registration)
- Prepare a presentation of the research progress
- Obtain and complete the Progress Report form, available on the CMB Forms section of the CMB website
- Submit the Progress Report form to the Thesis Committee one week in advance of your meeting
- Update your Individual Development Plan (strongly recommended, but not required unless supported by NIH funding)
At the Progress Report Meeting:
- Your Thesis Advisor is the Chair of the Progress Report meeting
- Give a presentation describing the past year’s accomplishments
- The presentation and Progress Report will be discussed by the student and the Thesis Committee
- At least three Thesis Committee members must be present at the meeting and must sign the Progress Report form
- If necessary, the student should meet individually with the rest of the committee to get their input and signatures after the meeting
Submit the Following Materials:
- Submit the signed Progress Report form to the CMB Office by the August 31 deadline (failure to do so will result in a hold being placed on the student’s registration)
- A few months prior to the thesis defense, students should have a meeting with their committee to determine whether they are ready to move on to the thesis defense. The committee should agree the student is ready before the thesis defense is scheduled. This meeting usually occurs about six months prior to the defense but the timing can vary significantly. At the six-month meeting, students should present an outline of their thesis to their committee. Please fill out and submit a Progress Report Form and check the box indicating that this is your six-month meeting.
Sample Thesis Outline for Six-Month Meeting
I. Chapter 1: Introduction*
II. Chapter 2: Paper 1 (published, submitted, or in preparation)**
III. Chapter 3: Paper 2 (same as Chapter 2)
IV. Chapter 4: Paper 3 (same as Chapter 2)
V. Chapter 5: Future directions
VI. Appendix 1: Unpublished data***
VII. Appendix 2: Unpublished data (same as Appendix 1)
*Provide a chapter title that encapsulates the topic for the entire thesis.
**Provide the paper title. It would also be helpful to include subheadings (A, B, C…) with the major findings of the paper.
***Provide a title for data that do not fit into one of the paper chapters but constitute an important part of your thesis research. Each appendix could include single or multiple figures.
Time To Degree
The CMB Program desires and expects its students to graduate in a timely fashion, as this is in the best interests of the individual students and the program as a whole. However, it must be recognized that different students progress at different rates, and any given student may encounter unexpected problems beyond their control that extend their time to degree. To ensure that these competing factors are balanced, the CMB Program Coordinator will automatically bring to the attention of the Coordinating Committee (CC) any students who are entering their 8th year in the CMB Program. The CC will examine such situations and determine on a case-by-case basis whether or not there are extenuating circumstances that merit continuation of the student in the CMB Program. If the CC determines that there are no extenuating circumstances, the CC will intervene as appropriate based on each individual case. Options for intervention include, but are not limited to, a terminal MS degree for the student.
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Master’s Thesis Examples: Tips And Ideas For Your Next Academic Paper
- January 1, 2023
A master’s thesis is extremely important, it represents how you ideate and your interest. Additionally, a master’s thesis also tells your employer a lot about you and what you can bring to the table. It might surprise you, but in most cases, a good master’s thesis can typically help you get the job of your dreams. However, picking a good thesis topic can be a total nightmare. So, We have compiled some tips and curated a few master’s thesis examples in this blog to make your writing process easier and more interesting.
Before we dive into master’s dissertation examples, let’s understand what a master’s thesis is and how to write a good master’s thesis proposal.
What Exactly Is A Master’s Thesis?
The master’s thesis is a unique piece of academic writing that enables students to delve deeply into a subject and develop an extensive report that illustrates how one‘s understanding has increased over the course of the master’s degree programme. To support the underlying argument in the thesis paper, there is a requirement for exhaustive primary and secondary research. In-depth research also helps college students gain knowledge significantly and it improves their learning skills.
What Makes A Good Thesis Paper?
The steps to writing a good master’s thesis are as follows:
Choose a relevant and a good topic
There is no secret recipe for selecting the perfect thesis topic. Students can explore topics of their interest and then widely read up on that subject. Talking to other scholars who are invested in that field also significantly helps. They should start looking for unexplored angles which will help them shed new light on the selected topic. A good topic leads to a good thesis argument and a good argument will result in an excellent thesis paper.
Choose An Accurate Thesis Question
Make certain that your thesis questions are carefully crafted because these questions generate valuable research. It’s important to choose a unique question as your answer will add new substance to the existing body of research. A well-chosen question will also help to keep the research focused, organised, and interesting.
Conduct Extensive Research
As a next step, you must conduct the required research to find the answer to the main question of your Master’s thesis. Do whatever it takes to accurately answer the thesis question which includes reading other research papers that already exist and carrying out surveys and interviews.
It is not enough to just conduct research; one must also know how to format the thesis paper. The manner in which you present your report is also critical.
Here Are The Steps To Follow While Writing A Master’s Thesis
Although formatting varies by university, there are some general steps that must be followed when writing a thesis paper. The following are some basic guidelines:
Draft a coherent introduction. The introductory section is important, as it is the first section a reader comes across and the writer must clearly establish their goal. The objectives of the dissertation and the broader hypothesis must be stated clearly in the introduction. The introduction must be drafted in an accessible tone that allows people who aren’t experts in the field to understand the context.
- Literature review
This segment enables students to show their extensive understanding of the subject by contextualising existing texts in their specialised area. Students go over the main pieces of work, outlining any problems they find. The review of literature is basically an overview of all the previous research on your selected topic.
After the literature review, contextualise your report. It simply means you should describe how your primary and secondary research adds to the existing body of knowledge after reviewing it. In other words, you should describe how your work advances the field. In this section, you can describe how you found information on the subject. This segment’s purpose is to show the cognitive processes that contributed to your research results.
- Write Your Results
This section gives students the chance to objectively demonstrate what they discovered while conducting their research. Students could perhaps simply list the data they collected using a particular framework or research methods and arrange their findings in a comprehensible way without providing any analysis.
Your conclusion should explain the significance of this Master’s thesis and possibly offer a route for future researchers to take in order to continue gathering pertinent data. Additionally, after giving readers all the information they need, this portion is where students can decipher the raw data and illustrate how their research has changed their understanding of the subject or given the readers a new perspective.
The following are some master’s thesis examples from a variety of disciplines, ranging from science to architecture. However, these are just a few master’s dissertation examples, and students should conduct their own research to find out relevant topics for themselves.
Here’s The List Of Master’s Thesis Examples :
- An explanation based on the science of COVID-19 and its effects on individuals
- How important is the legalisation of same-sex marriage?
- Pros and cons of the rise of artificial intelligence. Will it soon take over humanity?
- How will the economic downturn affect job opportunities for new graduates?
- What are the workplace sexual harassment issues for all genders
- What is the housing model of the 21st century?
- The significance of recycled materials in environmentally friendly real design
- What are digital marketing trends to expect and how they will affect businesses?
- What is the online advertising impact on consumer behaviour?
- Climate change and its implications in 2023
Master’s Thesis Examples: FAQs
1. Why is a master’s thesis important?
A thesis provides you with an excellent opportunity to dive deep into interesting research in order to acquire a deeper understanding of your field of work.
2. Who should take up a thesis for their final project in their master’s degree?
Students who want to work in academia or do their PhD should always pursue a thesis. They should also take this route if they want to pursue a doctorate.
3. What is the most important factor to consider when deciding on a thesis topic?
Choose a topic that excites you the most. Your topic of interest will make the writing process much easier.
4. Can I co-author my master’s thesis with a faculty member?
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The objective of this progress report would be to describe the aims from the thesis project and also to outline the work plan. The report will talk about the originality from the project through overview of current research. The literature review will show current technologies within the research area and also the relevance towards the thesis project is going to be assessed. Current commercial products may also be discussed. Finally the aims and objectives from the project along with a project plan will be provided. The work plan will form the most important area of the report because it covers the sources needed and also the techniques for use for that project in addition to a time scale for project milestones and also the expected connection between the work.
Wireless networking is definitely an emerging technology that enables users in order access an extensive selection of information and services while user are mobile. There’s two kinds of wireless systems:- infrastructure systems and random systems. In infrastructure systems, mobile nodes communicate via base stations that are part of a set wired network. An advertisement hoc network is really a network that’s produced dynamically with no preexisting network infrastructure. All nodes within an random multihop network become routers, in order nodes move about routes with other nodes within the network will have to be discovered and maintained. Random systems are extremely helpful in situations like emergency search-and-save operations and conferences where individuals wish to rapidly share information.
So that you can realize this project inside the time period from the thesis, that is twelve months, the selected protocol should be implemented on existing software and hardware platforms.
Mobile random systems, or MANETs, are essentially dissimilar to traditional wired systems as wired systems are assumed to become stationary and static. This imposes different design requirement and constraints on routing protocols for MANETs. The next section will talk about various facets of random routing protocols and commercial random products.
There’s two groups of routing protocols: table-driven and when needed-routing. In table-driven routing protocols routing details are periodically marketed to any or all nodes so that all nodes come with an up-to-date look at the network. Alternatively, on-demand routing protocols only finds out a brand new route when it’s needed to. Hybrid routing protocols also exist plus they attempt to achieve a competent balance between both groups of protocols [3 ]. Table shows an evaluation backward and forward methodologies. It’s obvious that on-demand protocols tend to be more suited to mobile handheld devices as network bandwidth and electric batteries is restricted. Some on-demand routing protocols are discussed within the sections below.
Table: Comparison of table-driven as well as on-demand protocols
To locate a path to the destination, the origin broadcasts a route request packet. This broadcast message propagates with the network until it reaches medium difficulty node which has recent route details about the destination or until it reaches the destination. When intermediate nodes forwards the path request packet it records in the own tables which node the path request originated from. This post is accustomed to make up the reply path for that route reply packet as AODV uses only symmetric links. Because the route reply packet traverses to the origin, the nodes across the reverse path go into the routing information to their tables. Whenever a hyperlink failure occurs, the origin is notified along with a route discovery could be requested again as needed.
The Temporally Purchased Routing Formula (TORA) is really a highly adaptive, efficient and scalable routing formula [1 ]. It’s a source-initiated on-demand protocol also it finds multiple routes between your source and also the destination. TORA is a reasonably complicated protocol nevertheless its primary feature is the fact that whenever a link fails the control messages are just propagates around the purpose of failure. While other protocols have to re-initiate a route discovery whenever a link fails, TORA could patch itself up around the purpose of failure. This selection enables TORA to scale as much as bigger systems but has greater overhead for smaller sized systems.
The Dynamic Source Routing (DSR) protocol is really a source-routed on-demand protocol [1 ]. There’s two major phases for that protocol: route discovery and route maintenance. The important thing distinction between DSR along with other protocols may be the routing details are within the packet header. Because the routing details are within the packet header then your intermediate nodes don’t need to maintain routing information. Medium difficulty node may decide to record the routing information in the tables to enhance performance but it’s not mandatory. Another feature of DSR is it supports uneven links like a route reply could be piggybacked onto a brand new route request packet. DSR is equipped for smaller systems since it’s overhead can scale completely lower to zero. The overhead increases considerably for systems with bigger hop diameters weight loss routing information is going to be within the packet headers.
TORA is an extremely good protocol but it’s not preferred because it is quite complex and it is is built to scale to large systems although this thesis project is focusing on smaller systems. The characteristics of AODV and DSR appear similar, but research has proven that DSR has got the edge over AODV when it comes to quantity of packets effectively delivered under conditions of high node mobility and movement speed without significant expense in routing overhead bytes caused by storing the whole route within the packet header [2 ]. Also simulation results have proven that DSR comes with an overhead of just onePercent for moderate movement rates inside a network of 24 mobile nodes and often the path lengths are inside a factor of just one.01 of optimal [4 ].
There are lots of wireless products available only couple of of these have random abilities. These items are discussed below. Make reference to Table for any table of options that come with these items.
Bluetooth is really a technology that promises fast, secure, point-to-point wireless communications over short distances (roughly 10 metres) for devices as diverse as cell phones, electronic devices appliances and personal computers [2 ]. It uses spectrum within the unlicensed ISM 1 gang of 2.4 to two.48GHz. Besides as being a hardware standard, Bluetooth defines a protocol stack that enables for hierarchical random networking by means of “piconets”, by which Bluetooth devices form themselves into point-to-multipoint picocells of seven slaves underneath the charge of one master. Multiple piconets in overlapping coverage areas form “scatternets”. Although Bluetooth continues to be standardized for quite a while, Bluetooth products are still not broadly available. The Bluetooth devices that are presently on offer are : only point-to-point or point-to-multipoint devices. True random multihop Bluetooth products are still not yet been commercialised.
IEEE 802.11b is wireless lan communications standards that be employed in the two.4GHz band at data rates of two to 11Mbps and distances of 25 to 300 metres [2 ]. Within an IEEE 802.11 network, there’s two possible modes: random mode, where all nodes within the network should be within selection of one another, and also the infrastructure mode, by which all inter-node communication must pass via access points. The random mode enables for random network of nodes, but communication is point-to-point, without any multihop abilities. Because the IEEE 802.11 standard only defines the physical and knowledge-link layer, it can be upper layer protocols to include multihop abilities. Unlike Bluetooth, IEEE 802.11b goods are broadly available.
Table: Options that come with commercial random products
Because there are limited commercial products available which could perform true random multihop networking, there’s an excuse for Piconet II. The Piconet II system can form an advertisement hoc network on existing software and hardware platforms. The specs for that Piconet II product is to apply the DSR protocol for IPv4 2 around the Linux operating-system. The machine will operate on x86 based Computers as well as on ARM 3 based Compaq iPAQs using IEEE 802.11b wireless network interfaces. The main reason the Linux operating-system was selected was since it was available across a variety of hardware platforms and also the source code is openly available. Being implemented for IPv4 implies that the protocol is going to be transparent to any or all applications so existing applications works with no modifications.
The protocol is going to be split into a double edged sword, a packet forwarding part along with a routing part. The packet forwarding module is going to be running within the operating-system kernel space and also the routing program is going to be running in user space. The packet forwarding module have a route table so it looks up to be able to forward packets. The routing process will talk to the packet forwarding module as well as update the routing table as routes are now being discovered and maintained.
The work plan’s organized by tasks so as of expected completion. For every task you will see a start week, an finish week along with a description of the items the job involves.
Start Week 29 – Finish Week 31
To provide a 20-minute seminar around the key content from the research. The seminar will describe the scope and relevance from the thesis, the reviewed literature and it is relevance towards the thesis, the job transported out to date, and also the work remaining to become done.
Start Week 27 – Finish Week 38
This can be a kernel module for Linux 2.4 and then. It will likely be while using netfilter architecture from the 2.4 kernel to interface using the existing TCP/IP stack. It is primarily the module which interfaces the routing tactic to the kernel. The module will result in packet forwarding and contacting the routing daemon.
The resource needed with this task is really a computer, the Linux 2.4 kernel, plenty of documentation around the Linux kernel and time. Excellent coding practices and debugging techniques should be employed as debugging can be really difficult otherwise within the kernel atmosphere.
Start Week 29 – Finish Week 38
This can be a user space daemon which ‘talks’ to the kernel module to uncover and keep routes. Since could it be only a user process it’ll only use normal system calls to speak to the kernel module. This method must implement the minimum needed through the DSR protocol to permit an advertisement hoc network to become created. If time enables IPv4 translation support could be added so a mobile phone running the DSR protocol have access to the web via a gateway that will translate between your DSR protocol and IPv4.
The sources needed and methods for use is going to be identical to the kernel module.
Start Week 36 – Finish Week 38
A 2-page conference paper that captures the appropriate and fascinating facets of the work. The conference paper will describe the scope and relevance from the thesis, the reviewed literature and it is relevance towards the thesis, the job transported out to date, the job remaining to become done, and recommendations for future work.
Start Week 35 – Finish Week 42
The thesis will detail the backdrop, scope and outcomes of the work. The report will describe the scope and relevance from the thesis, the reviewed literature and it is relevance towards the thesis, and also the work transported out. The thesis is going to be roughly 20000 words or 50 pages.
Start Week 39 – Finish Week 44
Present the outcomes from the project via a demonstration or perhaps a poster presentation. A 1-page abstract that’s inside a handout format will be ready for visitors on demonstration day. It will likely be brief and informative, and supply a listing of the presentation material.
For that demonstration, it will likely be ideal to possess a graphical traceroute program running on the PC as the mobile phone move about. Because the routes change, the graphical traceroute program should reveal that on screen. It’s possible and to demonstrate streaming audio towards the cellular devices as the routes are altering.
The expected outcomes for that thesis project will be to gain experience being involved with a sizable project and also to develop research and problem-solving skills. When you are inside a large project, it’s expected that various skills like personal time management and report writing is going to be further refined. It is also expected that the deep knowledge of networking protocols and also the Linux kernel is going to be achieved.
1 P. Misra, Routing Protocols for Random Mobile Wireless Systems. ftp://ftplab.ohio-condition.edu/pub/jain/courses/cis788-99/adhoc_routing/index.html (current 8, Jun. 2001).
2 A. Siu, Piconet a radio Ad-Hoc Network for Mobile Handheld Devices . honours thesis, Univ. of Queensland, St Lucia, Dept. Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, 2000.
3 I. Keys, Piconet a radio Ad-Hoc Network for Mobile Handheld Devices . honours thesis, Univ. of Queensland, St Lucia, Dept. Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, 2000.
4 D.B. Manley and D.A. Maltz, “Dynamic Source Routing in Random Wireless Systems,” In Traveling With A Laptop, edited by T. Imielinski and H. Korth, Chapter 5, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1996, pp. 153-181.
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