ECET/CPET 491 Senior Design Project II
October 16, 2007
Paul Lin, Professor or Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
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A Transmittal Letter
Address to Professor Paul Lin
Enclosure: Final Report
Project Title (largest font)
Final Project Report
ENGW 421 Technical Writing Project
Paul I. Lin, Professor of ECET 491 Senior Design II
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
TABLE OF CONTENT
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
LIST OF TABLES
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (purpose of the project, project time period, development process, short description of the final deliverables, acknowledgement; and a list of keywords)
CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 2. SYSTEM DESIGN OVERVIEW AND RESEARCH
CHAPTER 3. HARDWARE (Circuit) DESIGN (if applicable)
Circuit Prototypes and Testing
CHAPTER 4. SOFTWARE DESIGN (if applicable)
Integrated Development Environment
UML Diagrams: State Diagrams, Activity Diagrams, etc
CHAPTER 5. UNIT TESTING AND SYSTEM INTEGRATION
Software Testing and Validation
Hardware Testing and Validation
System Integration, Testing, and Validation
CHAPTER 6. PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Schedule and Time Management
Resource and Cost Management
CHAPTER 7. CONCLUSION
(Last page of the report; in IEEE Format with examples for reference to data sheet, user manual, technical specification, technical documentation, books, conference papers, and papers)
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Appendix A: Bosch CAN
Appendix B: Parts List for Prototype
Appendix C: Software Programs and Routines
Appendix D: Technical Support & Communications