Deadline and Submission: The due date of the project is 2:00 AM of December 9th, 2019 (Monday). Late submission will NOT be accepted. The students can write up the report in any word processing software, e.g. MS Word, Pages, LaTex, etc. The submission should contain only one single PDF.
Format: The report should be prepared on A4/US letter sized paper. The main report should be no more than 10 pages including everything (e.g. text, equations, tables, figures etc.) except the list of references. The list of references (if there is any) should be added to the end of the report. The font size should be no smaller than 11 pt and the line space should be at least single spaced. The margins should be at least 1 inch on top and bottom and 1.25 inches on left and right. All tables and figures included in the report should be properly numbered. The sections and subsections should also be properly numbered. Remember that you have limited budget on pages, please use that wisely by choosing what to include in your report. Again, hand-written report will NOT be accepted.
Implementation and Coding: Solve the problem by following the instructions and using the methods asked. For each method, students should give a clear description towards its implementation. The standard of clarity is that someone else can replicate the method based on your description. Students can code in any programming language. R is recommended. Attach the code in the report, either with every problem or in the end of the report. If necessary, you can summarize your program in an algorithm format (like the ones showed in lecture slides). Again, remember the page limits.