Submit the proposal for your final project. This should be three pages in length and describe the project and work to be done.
INSTRUCTOR’S instruction and expectation:For the final research project proposal, you should provide the followings:· Identification of the problem· Brief explanation or description of the research methodology of the work.· List of references to be used. Please note that Wikipedia and other Websites do not qualify as academic resources.I just want to remind you that the final research project is worth 100 points. While there are no scores/grades for the milestones, the efforts you put in the first milestone and rough draft will be graded as part of the final research project grade. Please refer to the final project rubric for more details.I also want to emphasize the importance of academic integrity. You will need to use proper quotes and citation. “Activities such as plagiarism and cheating are not condoned by the university”. Please thoroughly review the Academic Honesty Policy (link listed on the syllabus).RUBRICS INSTRUCTION The final project for this course is the creation of a research paper. Based on the knowledge obtained in this course and previous coursework, you will examine a topic relevant to computer networking based on theory and practice. You are expected to identify a particular topic relevant to computer networks, investigate the topic through extensive literature search and deep synthesis, and produce a scholarly paper. You should discuss specific research interests with the instructor so there is agreement on the suitability of the project. Make sure to include topics discussed throughout this course. One of the following project types is acceptable for this course:1. Exploratory investigation of a topic: The student will carry out an extensive examination of a network problem through literature review, analysis, and concept synthesis. Topics to consider are network monitoring, mapping, security, or configuration.2. Evaluation of a network: The student will conduct an evaluation of a network he or she has regular access to. The student will evaluate the network’s infrastructure, performance, availability, management, and security.