Mobile Data Security - Experiment Analysis

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This assignment is of Experiment Analysis, So basically, in this assignment you have to do the survey related to your previous Topic & Assignments and find the results accordingly. I need a good professional research work with no plagiarism.

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NIT6130 Introduction to Research Assignment 4 – Experiment Design & Result Analysis Semester 2, 2017 Due Date: Submission Requirement: Value: 11:59pm, Friday, Week 12 submit online via a link in Assessment on VU Collaborate 25% of semester assessment Objective: The purpose of this assignment is to help students getting familiar with the process of design and implement experiments for their research projects. Students will review, analyse, design, implement experiments to evaluate the proposed methodology in previous assignment, and report experimental results and findings as well. Tasks: 1. Collect your data for experiment a. Identify the available data sources for collection. b. Select the most appropriate data source(s) and start data collection. You are asked to record the data sources that you have found, brief description of the available data using the following sample table: Data Source Name Data 1 Data 2 Source Organization Data Description Sport Centre, Exercise VU training record … … Data File URL (if Format available online) txt http://xxxxxxx Charge Fee Free Target data source Yes … $1000 No … c. Store the collected data in appropriate file format. You need to save the collected raw data, and keep a copy at all times. i. Create a folder called “raw data” to store the collected raw data ii. Record your data collection using the following sample table: Data Source Name Data 1 Data 3 Date of Collection Saved File Location 15/3/2016 … //raw data/ … NIT6130 – Introduction to Research Saved File Name xxxx.txt … Saved File Format No. of Data Records txt … 2000 Page 1 of 3 2. Design and implement experiments a. Adopt data pre-processing. Not all the collected raw data are available as direct input of your methodology. b. Feature selection or dimension reduction. You may need to select some of data features or data records from the entire data collection, not to use all the collected data. In other case, you may need to reduce the dimensionality of the collected data to simplify the data processing in the later stages. You need to save the result data set into a new file. You are asked to record these works using the following sample table. Date Data Purpose Source of PreName processi ng 20/3/2 Data 1 Clean the 016 missing data 22/3/2 Data 1 016 Feature Selection … … Data 3 Preprocessi ng Method Pre-fill the missing values xxxxxx No. Original Data Records 2000 No. Result Data Records 2000 No. Original Features 2000 2000 10 … … … 10 No. New Result Data Feature File s Name 10 Data1_f ull.txt 6 Data1_6 features .txt c. Design your experiment based on the proposed methodology. The main purpose of experiments is to prove that your methodology can provide expected outcomes. You can follow the experiments that you have read from literatures or any other ways that is suitable for your case. Your experiments procedure need to be detailed recorded, including instruction steps, input data, expected output, potential problems and other related issues. When state the procedure of experiment, you can use extra table, figure, chart, diagram to provide better description. Date Experiment Purpose of Experiment 26/3/ 2016 Experiment 1 Evaluate Method 1 Description of Procedure … Input Data Expected Result File Output Name … … Output1.txt d. To implement your experiment, normally you need to use software/tools or write your own program. Record your experiment results for each run as the references of the following analysis task. 3. Result analysis and summary NIT6130 – Introduction to Research Page 2 of 3 a. What are the expected results that you want to obtained from the experiment? You need to have a rough idea of what you may have in advance; you cannot wait until the experiment is done. b. Plan your result analysis by thinking of what result you may have first. Write a summary of why you expected to have that results, how they can be linked to your research problems. 4. Write up your experiment and result analysis chapter. a. Provide an outline of your experiment and result analysis chapter, including up to four levels of subsections. Only need to list the chapter titles (level 1), section titles (level 2), subsection titles (level 3), and sub-subsection titles (level 4). Marking criteria Assessment Criteria: Data Collection  Data source list  Data collection record Experiment Design and Implementation  Data pre-processing  Feature selection or dimension reduction  Experiment design  Experiment implementation records Experiment Result Analysis & Summary  The expected results  Summarize your expected results to answer research problems Outline of Experiment and Result Analysis Chapter Total NIT6130 – Introduction to Research Mark 2 3 2 3 3 2 2 3 5 25 Page 3 of 3 ...
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Mobile Data Security 1

NIT6130 Introduction to Research
Mobile Data Security: Methodology
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 ......................................................................................................................................... 4
Methodology ............................................................................................................................... 4
1.1 Research Problem and Reorganized Collected Literature..................................................... 5
1.1.1 Research Problem Statement .......................................................................................... 5
1.1.2 Reorganized Collected Literature ................................................................................... 6
1.2 Types of Methodologies ........................................................................................................ 6
1.2.1 Qualitative Methodology ................................................................................................ 7
1.2.2 Quantitative Methodology .............................................................................................. 8
1.2.3 Hybrid Methodology ...................................................................................................... 9
1.2.4 Type of Chosen Methodology ...................................................................................... 10
1.3 Review of Existing Methodologies ..................................................................................... 11
1.3.1 Selected Sub-problem ................................................................................................... 11
1.3.2 Analysis of the selected Methodology.......................................................................... 11
1.3.3 Relevance of the research problem ............................................................................... 12
1.3.4 Summary of reviewed methodologies .......................................................................... 13
1.4 Proposed Methodology ....................................................................................................... 13
1.4.1 Justification for the selected methodology ................................................................... 13
1.4.2 Benefits and constraints of the hybrid methodology .................................................... 14
References ..................................................................................................................................... 15

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List of tables
Table 1.1: Reorganized Collected
Literature…………………………………………………………………………………… 7
Table 1.2: Summary of reviewed
methodologies………………………………………………………………………………. 14

Mobile Data Security 4
Chapter 1
Methodology
The purpose of this paper is to research, identify and select the most appropriate
methodology for my research thesis whose topic is mobile data security. The previous
assignment involved a review of the available literature on the subject. The review involved a
broad scan of previous research on the topic and then a narrowed focus in which the researcher
was able to identify and select the final two papers upon which the review was based. In this
assignment however, the researcher will conduct an analysis of the various methodologies that
can be used to approach the abovementioned research problem and provide solutions for the
same. This particular assignment is covered in four main tasks as well as sub-tasks.
The first task is the statement of the research problem, divide the research problem into
sub-problems where possible as well as align the collected literature (the two papers identified in
previous section). The second task will be to identify the different types of research methodology
by comparing and contrasting the different types of methodologies and identifying the most
appropriate methodology for this particular research. The third task will be an analysis of the
different types of research methodologies used in the collected literature and the selection of th...

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