EE381K Multidimensional Digital Signal Processing - Project Report

Brian L. Evans

Grading: Literature Survey Report - Final Project Report
Both the literature survey and the final project report shall be limited to eight, 12-point, double-spaced, single-sided pages. The title page, table of contents (if any), and abstract are not included in the page limit. References, figures, tables, and text (see below) are included in the page limit.

Here is a possible outline for the literature survey (please customize it):

The outline for the final project report will look similar; in fact, by condensing your literature survey, you will be half way there for the final project report:

Please follow these guidelines:

The grading of both reports will follow the same pattern:

Please format your references in IEEE style, e.g.
  1. B. L. Evans, "Top Five Reasons to be an Assistant Professor," Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. on High-Stress Occupations, June 5, 1997, vol. I, pp. 10-12.
  2. K. D. Bollacker, "Private vs. Public Universities," IEEE Trans. on Education, vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 101-104, Dec. 1997.
  3. R. L. Peters, Getting What You Came For: The Smart Student's Guide to Earning a Master's or a Ph.D., Noonday Press, ISBN 0-374-52361-4, 1992.

It may be helpful to look at the past literature surveys and project reports that are on-line for a model to follow.

Last updated 01/18/05.