UTM Synopsis guidelines

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SYNOPSIS
By:
Dr. Samir Al-Gailani
[email protected]
SYNOPSIS
• A brief summary or general survey of something
[nearly 200 words].
• Normally synopsis will have 0ne/two line
introduction then followed by state of Art
[Literature Survey] then problem statement then
methodology and finally expected outcomes.
• Suitable Verification methods can also be
included.
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Introduction
•It should provide a brief description to introduce
the area of the proposed research work.
State of Art
•Literature Survey of the area(s) of study –
•a critical review in the context of the stated
research question and related issues. Who is doing
what? Who has done what? Who first did it or
published it?
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• State of Art
• Taken from published papers, research
monographs, catalogues etc.
• Based on primary sources. Offering a, probably
new, structured view of the field of study
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Plan of Work and Methodology:
• A plan of work describing the various aspects of
the study in a logical sequence along with the
methodologies to be employed, are the most
important aspects of any research plan.
•
Sufficient details to demonstrate that the
researcher has a fairly good idea about the
nature of work likely to be involved should be
provided.
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Plan of Work and Methodology:
• In the case of experimental sciences, e.g., which equipment
and experimental procedures will be used to obtain the
results;
• In the case of social sciences what resource materials will
be used; whether the required information will be obtained
from primary [original documents] or secondary [journal
articles or books, but may include radio or television
documentaries, or conference proceedings]. sources, etc.
• A time schedule for the various aspects of the proposed
research may be provided wherever possible.
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Expected Outcomes:
• What are the results expected, are shown here to
convince others that this work or research is
correct and important.
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THANKS
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SYNOPSIS [Examples]
Problem Statement
• This work proposes an atmospheric
model of FSO system which encircles
propagation study on rain, humidity,
temperature and haze attenuation
effect in tropical regions like
Malaysia.
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SYNOPSIS [Examples]
Problem Statement
• The main opportunities that could be
explored are,
• To determine k and a values for rain
attenuation at sighting area,
• The attenuation due to haze, and
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Problem Statement
• The relation of humidity with
temperature, and variation of
temperature with attenuation of the
signal in tropical region
• Therefore, these are considered as
the main motivation for this research
work.
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