程序代写案例-A 200-300
时间:2021-02-20
Abstract
A 200-300 word abstract, which summarises key information of the report, should be included at the
beginning, following the title page. (Please note that the title page follows the Individual Project
Declaration Front Sheet).
The key information includes a brief background description, project aim, methodologies used, main
outcomes and how these agree with the aim, and conclusions.
At the bottom of the page, 3-6 keywords should be provided. The keywords should be chosen to clearly
categorise the subject coverage of the report.


Abstract and keywords should fit within one side of a page.



Keywords: Insert no more than 6 keywords

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Table of contents

1. Introduction and background .......................................................................................................... 1
1.1. Example first subheading ........................................................................................................ 1
1.2. Example second subheading ................................................................................................... 1
2. Literature review ............................................................................................................................. 1
2.1. Example first subheading ........................................................................................................ 1
2.2. Example second subheading ................................................................................................... 2
3. Methodology and theory ................................................................................................................. 2
3.1. Example first subheading ........................................................................................................ 2
3.2. Example second subheading ................................................................................................... 2
4. Experimental work/analytical investigation/ design ....................................................................... 2
4.1. Example first subheading ........................................................................................................ 2
4.2. Example second subheading ................................................................................................... 3
5. Presentation of experimental or analytical results/descriptions of final constructed product ......... 3
5.1. Example first subheading ........................................................................................................ 3
5.2. Example second subheading ................................................................................................... 3
6. Discussion and conclusions ............................................................................................................ 3
6.1. Example first subheading ........................................................................................................ 4
7. Project management, consideration of sustainability and health and safety ................................... 4
7.1. Example first subheading ........................................................................................................ 4
7.2. Example second subheading ................................................................................................... 4
References ............................................................................................................................................... 6


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Introduction and background
Describe the background to the project.
This should introduce the topic; provide clear explanation of the aim, objectives and structure of the
project. It should briefly identify plan of action for the project and identify any major assumptions or
technical protocol or specifications adopted for the remainder of the project. It should also briefly
introduce the format of the chapters and identify where the conclusions and recommendations are
located.

1. Example first subheading
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Sub-heading levels can be added by adding a sub-heading and tabbing.
Table of contents should be updated if sub-headings are added/removed.

2. Example second subheading
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Sub-heading levels can be added by adding a sub-heading and tabbing.
Table of contents should be updated if sub-headings are added/removed.

Literature review
Describe what has been done in your specific topic by other people.
What has been done before?
How it shapes your project?
This must include precise information about the literature that was used to provide background
information and to prepare the term of reference for the project. Concepts, conclusions and opinions
taken from literature should be identified if they are later used in discussion or conclusions. All
materials/ideas from other resources should be acknowledged by references.

1.1. Example first subheading
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Sub-heading levels can be added by adding a sub-heading and tabbing.
Table of contents should be updated if sub-headings are added/removed.

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1.2. Example second subheading
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Sub-heading levels can be added by adding a sub-heading and tabbing.
Table of contents should be updated if sub-headings are added/removed.

Methodology and theory
Description of the methods/techniques used including the building blocks for the research; all the
methods for evaluating results and outcomes; and clear background for results (including math formulae)
This should briefly detail the activities and the plan adopted for the successful completion of the project
aim and objectives. It should conclude problems encountered that affected the project original
programme and identify how these problems have been overcome.

1.3. Example first subheading
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Sub-heading levels can be added by adding a sub-heading and tabbing.
Table of contents should be updated if sub-headings are added/removed.

1.4. Example second subheading
Some text in subheading/delete
Sub-heading levels can be added by adding a sub-heading and tabbing.
Table of contents should be updated if sub-headings are added/removed.

Experimental work/analytical investigation/ design
Describe the design evolution of your project from conceptual, qualitative, quantitative, etc. analysis,
experiments or design (hardware, software, procedure), design (of equipment or procedure).

1.5. Example first subheading
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Sub-heading levels can be added by adding a sub-heading and tabbing.
Table of contents should be updated if sub-headings are added/removed.
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1.6. Example second subheading
Some text in subheading/delete
Sub-heading levels can be added by adding a sub-heading and tabbing.
Table of contents should be updated if sub-headings are added/removed.

Presentation of experimental or analytical
results/descriptions of final constructed product
A clear presentation of experimental and/or theoretical results obtained, highlighting any trends or
points of interest. Provide a detailed, logical analysis of your results, and critically analyse your data.
Discuss your findings in details.

1.7. Example first subheading
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Sub-heading levels can be added by adding a sub-heading and tabbing.
Table of contents should be updated if sub-headings are added/removed.

1.8. Example second subheading
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Sub-heading levels can be added by adding a sub-heading and tabbing.
Table of contents should be updated if sub-headings are added/removed.

Discussion and conclusions
This section outlines a brief explanation of the significance and implications of the work reported, the
general conclusions, and the recommendations for further work. It should summarise the conclusive
points taken clearly and concisely from the previous chapters and from the results chapter or discussion
sections of the previous chapters however structured.
• Description of what has been learnt from experimental/analytic at work or design
• Distillation of important findings and their significance
• Specific observations to inform future research
This is not the place to introduce new literature, discussion or conclusions points that have not been
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introduced, experimented, explored or validated in the previous chapters.

1.9. Example first subheading
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Sub-heading levels can be added by adding a sub-heading and tabbing.
Table of contents should be updated if sub-headings are added/removed.

Project management, consideration of sustainability and
health and safety
Project plan as Gantt chart with tasks and milestones
Procedures and systems for project management
Researching, studying, and understanding the sustainability aspect of your project should be an
important and vital part of your research. You should be able to demonstrate the process of identifying
and mitigating environmental risk, the socio-economical impact of the project, demonstrating life-cycle
analysis, recycling, carbon footprint, etc. It is expected that you undertake a professional approach when
working on your project.
Provide details of the risk assessment (project related and health and safety) for your project. This
should include a risk assessment and discuss the steps you took to mitigate risks.
Health and safety risk management is an important and vital part of each engineering project. You
should be able to demonstrate the process of identifying hazards, estimating and prioritising risks,
mitigating risks, and reviewing risks in the light of the progress of the project. It is expected that you
undertake a professional approach when working on your project and that you follow the Health and
Safety Guidelines of the College of Engineering, Mathematics, and Physical Sciences:
https://student-harrison.emps.ex.ac.uk/index.php?nav=69

1.10. Example first subheading
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Sub-heading levels can be added by adding a sub-heading and tabbing.
Table of contents should be updated if sub-headings are added/removed.

1.11. Example second subheading
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Table of contents should be updated if sub-headings are added/removed.

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References
All materials/ideas from other resources should be acknowledged by references. The author-date system
(Harvard Citation System) or the numerical system is preferable. Only one system should be applied in the
report.

[1] Insert references here – some example formats can be seen below
[2] Buckley, PJ and Chapman, M (1996) "Theory and Method in International Business Research",
International Business Review, 5(3), 233-245.
[3] Oduoza, C.F. (1997) "Mass transfer in flow cells" Proc 5th IChemE Research Event, London, Institution of
Chemical Engineers, 317-329.
[4] Baker, J., The 68000 Microprocessor, http://www.ex.ac.uk/~Jbaker/68000.html, last accessed 25/08/2004.
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