DSP720 Master thesis

Code DSP720
Name Master thesis
Status Graduation Test
Level and type Post-graduate Studies, Academic
Faculty
Academic staff Agris Ņikitenko, Jānis Grundspeņķis
Credit points 20.0 (30.0 ECTS)
Parts 1
Annotation Master thesis is original research made by author, where analytically, experimentally and practically existing scientific and applied methods, methodologies, development tools, computers systems and languages are assessed and integrated to solve tasks in information and communication technologies.
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
The thesis goal is to provide an opportunity to conduct research, to make justified decisions, to outline and present in argumented and logic way acquired results, proving abilities to make a research and discuss on high professional level using acquired knowledge
Learning outcomes
and assessment
Is able to analyze, classify, compare scientific and technical ideas represented by appropriate papers according to the thesis goals. - Compliance with thesis assignment, positive assessments of reviewer and scientific supervisor about literature scientific analysis and review.
Is able to apply methods, methodologies, technologies, robotic systems, development tools un control software for solving different tasks - Positive assessments of reviewer and scientific supervisor about the used methods, methodologies etc. for solving assigned tasks.
Is able to formulate problems existing in research area, is able to assume and justify the investigated problems and their solutions - Clearly outlined and justified the investigated problems
Is able to integrate acquired knowledge and experience to solve the identified problems - Positive assessments of reviewer and scientific supervisor about the proposed solutions.
Is ably to ground the proposed solutions with sound arguments. - Positive assessments of reviewer and scientific supervisor about the analyzed, proposed and possibly elaborated solutions for one or more identified problems.
Is able to present and discuss using sound arguments about the aspects of the thesis in front of public auditorium. - Thesis complies with formatting rules. Has presentation that describes the essence of the thesis and results. Accomplished public defense with sound arguments and answers on the givens questions.

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