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					% Example LaTeX Document % Preamble: Sets up General Parameters which are Global \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{graphicx} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amssymb} %\usepackage{doublespace, fullpage} % Body: Main Document \begin{document} \title{TJHSST Senior Research Project\\Computational Linguistics or Agent Based Modeling\\ 2007-2008} \author{Phillip Graves} \maketitle \begin{abstract} Problem statement and summary of your project's intentions. A brief introduction and overview to the purpose and scope of your research project \\ % '\\' generates a newline \par %starts a new paragraph % http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/LaTeX/AoPS_L_GuideLay.php {\bf Keywords:} keywords you'd like to list, ... \end{abstract} \section{Introduction - Purpose and Scope} \par Purpose. \\ * What is the subject of the project; what are the goals; what is the project about? \\ * Why is the project worth doing; why is it a good topic for the Computer Systems Lab? \\ * Who will be interested in the results; how can the results be applied? \par Scope of Study. Describe the overall bounds of the work that will be involved, e.g., the research or data that will be required, and the relationships and variables that will need to be programmed, and the expected results \\ * For example: Students may experience difficulties finishing their projects because of the complexities they encounter. In this case, you may have to narrow down your research/project objectives. \\ * Be as specific as you can about what you want to develop. Think of drawing a boundary around the area of study that you think you can finish. \\ * If your project idea is too extensive, select a more modest piece of your original project idea to work on. \par \section{Background}