Fall 2010
Stony Brook
Software Engineering
Annie Liu
Final Project Report
Handout R
May 3, 2010
Due May 7

Each group is asked to package your complete system and deliver it on the web, as a downloadable system from the web and possibly as a direct web application.

Each group then prepares a final project report with the following parts from the assignments, completed for the complete system, and with the presentation slides.

Project Description and Plan
Requirement Specification
Implementation and Testing
User's Manual
Presentation slides

If there are parts that you did not do well before, this is one last chance to improve over them to earn perfect grades.

If you made changes and improvements over your last assignments for the corresponding parts, describe the changes explicitly.

Requirements on giving credit

For anything in your submission that is not a creation of your group, explicitly include a section or sections containing references and acknowledgments giving credits to the sources.

For any part of your submission that is a creation of your group, indicate who in the group did it; for shared work on a part, indicate who did what percentage. Describe this explicitly in a separate section at the end of your document.


Before midnight on the due date, each group should submit their report as well as implementation through blackboard, and include a link to the report on the project web page. Each group should also use the Translab svn server or another server that the TA and I have been given permission and I have given you approval; make sure that you check in all your code as well as your documents and report.

Please also submit a hardcopy of the complete final report, and the description of changes, to me or the TA before the due time; you can leave it under my door if I am not in.


Your packaged system that works as described in the User's Manual is worth 50% of the grade. The report is worth 50% of the grade. For parts that were not done well before, clear description of substantial improvements may earn 10% extra credit. Writing and presentation problems may loose 10%. Not using the svn server may lose 10%. Submissions missing the part on giving credit will lose 30%. Exceptionally well thought-out and well written homeworks will receive appropriate extra credit.