The Project Report should have the following format:
Introduction: Describe your motivation for studying this topic, and any relevant background for this problem.
Statement of Problem: a brief one-paragraph statement indicating what the problem is that you propose to implement or demonstrate. Contributions of the group members must be clearly stated in the report.
Objectives: a brief statement of what you expect to achieve in relation to the Statement of Problem, e.g., a working algorithm, a demonstrated classification of data, model fitting, information discovery, etc.
Technical Approach: outline of the methods for achieving the Objectives, including description of the data used.
Results: substantiation and discussion of the results achieved, in comparison to the initial Objectives. Graphical presentations are frequently better than tables and sentences.
Conclusions: Briefly summarize the important results and conclusions presented in the report. What are the most important points illustrated by your work? In what kind of problems the proposed solutions can be used.
Appendices: pertinent supporting material, the other supporting materials such as code; and optional items, e.g., data, extra plots etc. should be submitted separately.