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DDC/09/237 © Swinburne University of Technology, 2008 Except as provided in the Copyright Act 1968, this document may not be reproduced in any form without the written permission of the University. Faculty of Engineering and Industrial Sciences Higher Education Division HES5102 Research Project 2011 Semester 2 Unit of Study Outline-Prepared and Updated: 21 July 2011 by members of the subject panel for HES1502
Page 2 of 9 Unit of Study Outline Unit of study code HES5102 Unit of study name Research Project Teaching Term/Semester & Year Semester 2, 2011 Contact Hours (hrs/wk) or total contact hours 4 hours per week Prerequisites Completion of 250 credit points Corequisites none Credit Points 12.5 Aims The aim of this subject is to: • Identify the basic principles of academic research and the fundamentals concepts of research. Learning Objectives After successfully completing this unit, you should be able to: • Use statistical inference principles and concepts applicable in different contexts which may arise in their work as engineers. ? Apply the principles and techniques of one-way and two-way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), including multiple comparisons: and apply the principles and techniques of simple and multiple linear regression and model selection. • Identify a research question (or project problem/objective) and justify the selection of an appropriate and ethically managed research method. o Produce a 5000 words, written research/project proposal/report/paper and effectively present information in an oral and electronic poster. o Interpret and critically evaluate previously published research in a formal literature review as part of the project proposal o Describe the characteristic features of common research methods and debate their relative merits. Content • Communication Skills o Report writing o e-Poster preparation o Oral presentations • Basic principles and concepts of statistical inference
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