The written report for Thesis Part B is often referred to simply as "The Thesis".
The Thesis should contain a complete description of your project, including expanding on all 6 tasks described in Section 2 of the Thesis Outline. You should have most of the introductory material (aims, literature review) from the Thesis A written report, although some aspects may have changed during Thesis B, so be prepared for some re-writing of the material. It should also report on the results of your work. In the case of a research-oriented topic, you should describe what you discovered/proved and provide solid arguments and evidence as to why we should believe your results. In the case of a development-oriented topic, you should document the development process (requirements, specification, design, implementation and evaluation/testing) of your system. There is no need to submit source code listings as part of the Thesis; however, you should make the source code available to your supervisor/assessor (create a tar/zip of the source code tree and submit it as an attachment to the Thesis).
The Thesis must:
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES
SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Note: The author of the Thesis is responsible for proof-reading the draft material and having corrections made as necessary, before final submission.
The final Thesis Report will be assessed on the following criteria: