This book is on the basics of writing differnt reports like PhD thesis, Scientific research Proposals, Practicle training reports submitted to companies and industry, Research papers, The book gives a detailed about the concept of communication, the ways to communicate and how to communicate effectively. The main objective of the book is to provide basic guidelines to the students and faculties in writing a proper project report (summer or winter), Research project proposals, Research Paper and a good M.Tech and PhD. Thesis report. The book contained six different chapters emphasizing different kinds of reports.At the end of the book, it contains samples of differnt reports for the reference of the students and the faculties.
The main objective of writing this book is to demystify research proposal and thesis/report writing. Readers will find useful information about undertaking the process of writing research proposal and tenets of writing thesis as well as report/dissertation. The book presents this information in simple and informative manner to make readers appreciate and understand it. The target audiences of this book are under-graduates and post graduates researchers. The major features of this book include; definition of research and basic terms in research process, types of research ,how to select a topic, formulation of research problem and hypothesis and research questions, research design, research instruments, data analysis and report writing techniques. In each section of this book, there are technical and methodological competences that guide students through the process of; planning and designing a viable research proposal, collecting and analyzing data, and writing report/thesis. The research principles contained in this book are applicable to both qualitative and quantitative research. A list of references is provided at the end of the book for further reading to extend the knowledge
This report is a Master Thesis for the Agricultural Engineering School of the Polytechnic University of Madrid. The report has been carried out during an Erasmus Programme Stage in the Department of Forest and Landscape at the Faculty of Life Sciences of University of Copenhagen. The purpose of this study was to practice and test the current methodologies of economic assessment of environmental projects. This valuation can serve as an example on how to evaluate the benefits obtained by an ecological restoration project in European countries.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reporting is similar in traditional financial accounting in the sense that it gives an account of the doings of a company over a given period of time, traditionally a year. This report is usually available to the general public, however, it differs from traditional financial accounting in that even a publicly listed company is not obligated to produce such a report. Currently, CSR reporting is still based on voluntary service. This research has been conducted due to the rising importance – or trend – of Corporate Social Reporting in order to assess how to properly report a company's doings in order to produce the maximum value for both the company and its stakeholders. As a result of the research, the thesis comes to the conclusion that there is not a single way to properly report CSR, but rather a multitude of different ways in which companies can properly report such, and, thus, both create value for their stakeholders, and the company itself. As a conclusion, the paper explains that reporting depends on many different factors, such as time, strategy, audience, industry, etc.
This Thesis focuses on an interference mitigation technique called Detect And Avoid (DAA), a terminology that was made popular by Ultrawideband technology. This report specifically addresses design and implementation challenges associated with DAA in the context of coexistence between UWB and WiMAX technologies. However the design problems, implementation issues and candidate solutions discussed herein are generic enough to be applicable to other radio architectures that use similar core building blocks, particularly for digital radio implementations that contain Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) engines. Another important aspect highlighted in this report is the impact of non-technical considerations such as regulatory requirements and cost implications on choice of certain approaches over others. Such considerations can be decisive from a hardware design perspective especially in low-cost, low-power consumer electronics market.
This bachelor thesis is a purely theoretical assessment of the concept of online brand communities and the opportunities and benefits in store for companies, when tending to and maintaining online communities centered around its brand. The study employs real life examples of current online brand communities, such as Alienware, Star Trek and Rubik''s Cube. The report is governed by four main perspectives concerning the activities and interactions taking place on online brand communities. These are conpany-consumer communication, consumer-consumer knowledge exchange, reinforcement of the brand, and social interaction and consumer bonding. Finally, the report introduces a model which provides an overview of the different activities and practices and the opportunities and benefits these entail.
The aim of this work is to investigate the possibility to form high resolution Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) images using the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Galileo, GPS and Glonas, In particular the thesis study the GPS signal and evaluate its properties for bistatic case. The report is based on the fact that Galileo and GPS are both positioning systems with similar characteristics. The difference is mainly that Galileo System uses a larger number of satellites and a different modulation scheme to improve the efficiency of the system, resulting in a better accuracy. On the topic of GNSS SAR, the report will be described with modes, resolution, geometry and algorithms. It is also explained the Space Surface Bi-static Radar and within two particular cases: parallel and non parallel paths
This book is based on a Postgraduate thesis at University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom. This book investigates the performance (in terms of speed (runtime) and memory usage) of three Database Management Systems (DBMSs) i-e Object Relational (PostgreSQL), Relational (SQL) and Non-relational/NoSQL (MongoDB) Databases using “Airline Information System” case study. This report aims to analyze and compare three databases and to address the research question whether one performs better than the other and are there any significant differences in their performance. By analysis and investigation, the conclusion of the report is based on the fact that “MongoDB is fastest Database in performance (in terms of speed (runtime) and memory usage). On the other hand, SQL Database is slowest in terms of speed (runtime) and PostgreSQL Database is worst in memory consumption”.
Video and image processing is becoming more and more interesting field of area because it has got a lot of areas of applications. Some of the important areas are Medical image processing, Surveillance systems for security, Computer vision and robotics and so on. All of the application areas mentioned involve video and image processing for their final decision. This monograph is written to select candidate hand gestures from a video for recognition and tracks the hand movement throughout a given video file. In doing so, the manuscript shows basic steps in image processing which are important specially for those who are interested to know more about image and video processing. Last but not least, as it was a thesis presented to a university, the way the report is written has a very good organization which can be followed for report writing.
Many studies report that Supply Chain excellence is still rare, in some cases, costs have risen to unprecedented levels because of adversarial relations between Supply Chain partners.The Thesis will investigate the Supply and Demand Chain in order to find out the main issues and the relative improvements. I believe that it has been with the popular concepts of “lean thinking” and “lean manufacturing” that the companies have started to pay major attention to the wastes and to their elimination; and nothing can be a bigger source of waste more than the Supply Chain.For this reasons, it has been carried out this Thesis which tackles topics of great actuality and provides all the instruments to resolve the relative issues....dedicated to my future wife Elisa.
Hand Book of Thesis- (Drafting & Writing Thesis) is one of its kinds that provides the applied structure of thesis and dissertation writing for any Social Science and Management scholar to use, refer and apply in thesis writing. Lucid and simplicity with direct appli9ed examples provides this book an edge over the theoretical texts. This is the hand book and hand tool of thesis drafting. The contents cover all technical aspects to cover page to en page of any thesis with right sequencing, technical structure and research jargons for direct referencing and use. International standards and examples are used for making the life of a research scholar easy. Every technical writings are provided with minute details like Table of Content, List of Figures, List of Tables, List of Abbreviations, List of Local Names and Places, Chapter wise structure, all technical jargon headings, sourcing, citation, referencing, bibliography, appendices etc. all that is required for a complete thesis writing. This is a complete guide book for research scholars in their thesis drafting in Ph. D., M. Phil. & Master programmes.