Terminal Paper Mechanics
ABE INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE The Big Orange Building. 328 Edsa Caloocan City TERMINAL PAPER MECHANICS PAPER TYPE 1. For the proposal and final oral stages, the researcher may use short, white bond paper.
2. The template is used for the final paper. (See Appendix B). 3. No colored or textured bond paper should be used. PRINT COLOR 1. Blank ink is required for the text. No colored printout is allowed. Graphs and figures should also use varying shades of black. This so because color distinction may not appear definite once the paper is photocopied. 2.
The printout must be clear, intelligible, and neat. ILLUSTRATIONS 1. No unnecessary illustrations are allowed. 2. If consequential, all illustrations and photos should be properly labeled so that readers can understand them without having to rely entirely on the picture. 3. Chapter separator pages are unnecessary. PRINT SIZE 1. The required font is Arial. The required font size throughout the paper is 12. Smaller fonts are allowed for charts and graphs. 2. Chapter titles, major and minor headings, paragraph heading, and table and figure titles are all typed using font size 12. . Chapter titles must be in all capital letter formats (AAAA) while major and minor headings, paragraph heading, table and figure titles must be in a title format (Aaaa). 4. Page numbers should also be reformatted in Arial in font size 12. MARGINS AND SPACING 1. For the proposal and final defense papers using plain, short white bond paper, the margins are as follows: Top:1. 00 Bottom:1. 00 Left:1. 50 Right:1. 00 2. For the final paper printed on the paper template, the margins are as follows: Top: 1. 70 Bottom:1. 20 Left:1. 80 Right:1. 20 3.
Indentation for paragraphs, reference entries, table of content entries, etc. should be consistent throughout the paper. The suggested tab stop position is 0. 5. 4. Preliminary and end pages use single spacing except title page, approval sheet and recommendation for oral defense. (See Appendix C) 5. Line spacing for the text is 1. 5. 6. Within the text, single spacing is used for block quotations. 7. Two spaces are required between chapter headings, major and minor headings, paragraph headings, table and figure titles. NUMBERING A. Preliminary Pages (See Appendix C) 1.
Use lower case Roman numerals for all preliminary pages. 2. The title page bears no number but is designates as page i. 3. A blank page (flyleaf) bearing no number is placed before the title page. 4. The approval sheet or the endorsement sheet bears no number, but is designated as page ii. 5. Preliminary pages do not appear in the Table of Contents. 6. Page numbers appear on the center bottom of the page. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ENTRIES 1. Every bibliographical entry must use APA style of writing. e. g. Document source and Online sources 2. The reference page is an alphabetical list of all sources actually used in the research.
The researcher should include only the sources that he/she has cited in the text. 3. If there are two or more sources by the same author, do not repeat his/her name for the entries other than the first. In place of the author’s name, use an unbroken underline of 8 spaces long followed by a period. 4. Should there be more than 10 entries in the reference page, divide these into the following: books, journals, and periodicals, other sources (unpublished theses and dissertations, brochures, Internet sources). (See Appendix D) TABLES AND FIGURES 1. All table titles appear above the table; figure titles go below. . All table title must carry complete information: the table number, description of the subject matter, locale, year the survey was conducted (e. g. Table 12. Mean of Burnout Causes among Teacher respondents of Liceo de Los Banos and Los Banos High School, 2003). 3. Never cut tables. 4. Tables and figures presented in landscape format. Appendix B. Research Paper Template 1. 0 “ 1. 5 “ 1. 0 “ Appendix C. Sample Preliminary Entries Appendix D. Sample Bibliography Entries Appendix D. Sample Bibliography Entries ———————– 1 CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction
Backup refers to producing copies of data used as additional copies in case of a data loss event. Data restoration is the primary purpose of backup. Through the additional copies made during the backup, restoration of data is taken as a strategy in place of the lost data. Backups are typically the last line of defense against data loss and the most convenient to use. Since backup makes copy of data, data storage is also considered. Data storage can be with the use of a device such as CD-ROMs, hard drives and other storage media. Through proper organization of storage space, these data storages can be useful for making backups. . 0” APPROVAL SHEET The Independent Study in Information Technology entitled “ iPad: Integrated Paperless Document Checking with Template-based Editor for Electronic Thesis ” prepared and submitted by Cristielle Faith R. Adriano and Jelyn Y. Lopez in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Computer Science is hereby approved and accepted. Mr. Enrico P. Chavez Adviser Mr. Teodoro F. Revano Jr. Ms. Mary V. Acabo PanelistPanelist Mrs. Susan S. Caluya Lead Panelist Accepted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT).
Ms. Ma. Gracia Corazon E. SicatMr. Jonathan M. Caballero ICT Project/ Research Coordinator CS Department Chair Dr. Charlemagne G. Lavina Dean, College of Information Technology Education RECOMMENDATION FOR ORAL EXAMINATION The thesis entitled “iPad: Integrated Paperless Document Checking with Template-based Editor for Electronic Thesis” prepared Cristielle Faith R. Adriano and Jelyn Y. Lopez in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Computer Science has been examined and is recommended for acceptance and approval for oral examination. Mr. Enrico P. Chavez
Adviser DEDICATION G. R. H. and J. A. V. iv ACKNOWLEDGMENT Cristielle Faith R. Adriano and Jelyn Y. Lopez ABSTRACT Adriano ,Cristielle Faith R. , Lopez, Jelyn Y. “A Development of Sales and Inventory System with Online Product Estimates Service for J. O. B. Auto Parts Supply”. Unpublished Thesis. Technological Institute of the Philippines. Arlegui, Manila. May 2009. vi TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Approval Sheet Recommendation for Oral Examination Dedication Acknowledgement Table of Contents List of Tables List of Figures CHAPTER I: The Problem and Its Background1 Introduction 1
Background of the Study 1 Theoretical Framework3 Conceptual Framework4 Statement of the Problem6 Hypothesis7 Significance of the Study7 Scope and Limitation of the Study8 Definition of Terms9 CHAPTER II: Related Literature and Studies11 Related Literature11 Related Studies21 Synthesis24 CHAPTER III: Research Methodology26 Research Method26 Research Design28 Respondents of the Study31 Data Gathering Procedure32 Statistical Treatment 33 vii APPENDICES A Letter of Permission B Research Questionnaire C System Prototype D Curriculum Vitae viii LIST OF TABLES
Table Number Table Description Page |1 |Respondents Matrix |32 | |2 |Likert’s Scale |35 | |3 |Frequency Result of Respondents |36 | |4 |Frequency Result of IT Office Staff Respondents |37 | |5 |Frequency Result of the Respondent’s Length of Years in the Position |38 | |6 |Frequency Result of the
Respondent’s Primary Responsibility in their office’s |40 | | |files and documents | | |7 |Frequency Result of Respondents Make Back-up |42 | |8 |Frequency Result of Respondents Using Back-up Utility |42 | |9 |Frequency Result of the Respondents’ Familiarity on the Selected Existing |43 | | |Back-up Utilities | | |10 |Frequency Result of the Importance Rate of Back-up File |45 | |11 |Frequency Result of the Respondents’ Knowledge Rate |46 | |12 |Summary Result of the Online Back-up Utility on the Basic Capability Criteria |48 | |13 |Summary Result of the Online Back-up Utility on Performance Evaluation Criteria |50 | |14 |Difference Between the Means of the Manual Back-up Process and Online Back-up |52 | | |Utility on Functionality Criteria | | |15 |Difference Between the Means of the Manual Back-up Process and Online Back-up |54 | | |Utility on Reliability Criteria | | ix LIST OF FIGURES Figure Number Figure Description Page |1 |Research Paradigm |5 | |2 |Research Design |28 | |3 |Frequency Result of IT Office Staff Respondents |38 |4 |Frequency Result of the Respondent’s Length of Years in the Position |39 | |5 |Frequency Result of the Respondent’s Primary Responsibility in their office’s |41 | | |files and documents | | |6 |Frequency Result of the Respondents’ Familiarity to the Selected Existing |44 | | |Back-up Utilities | | |7 |Frequency Result Frequency Result of the Importance Rate of Back-up File |45 | |8 |Frequency Result of the Respondent’s Back-up Files and Process Knowledge Rate |47 | |9 |Summary Result of the Online Back-up Utility on the Basic Capability Criteria |49 | |10 |Summary Result of the Online Back-up Utility on Performance Evaluation Criteria|51 | |11 |The t-Distribution of the Differences Sample Means of the Manual Back-up |53 | | |Process and Online Back-up Utility on Functionality Criteria | | |12 |The t-Distribution of the Differences Sample Means of the Manual Back-up |55 | | |Process and Online Back-up Utility on Reliability Criteria | | |13 |The t-Distribution of the Differences Sample Means of the Manual Back-up |56 | | |Process and Online Back-up Utility on Availability Criteria | | x iv Book Okuda, M. , & Okuda, D. (1993). Star trek chronology: The history of the future. New York: Pocket Books. James, N. E. (1988). Two sides of paradise: The Eden myth according to Kirk and Spock. In D. Palumbo (Ed. ), Spectrum of the fantastic (pp. 219-223). Westport, CT: Greenwood. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (2004). Evaluation of Systems. USA: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media. Encyclopedia Article Sturgeon, T. (1995). Science fiction. In The encyclopedia Americana (Vol. 24, pp. 390-392). Danbury, CT: Grolier. Journal Article Devine, P. G. & Sherman, S. J. (1992). Intuitive versus rational judgment and the role of stereotyping in the human condition: Kirk or Spock? Psychological Inquiry, 3(2), 153-159. doi:10. 1207 /s15327965pli0302_13 Hodges, F. M. (2003). The promised planet: Alliances and struggles of the gerontocracy in American television science fiction of the 1960s. The Aging Male, 6(3), 175-182. Retrieved from Academic Search Premier database. Magazine Article Mershon, D. H. (1998, November/December). Star trek on the brain: Alien minds, human minds. American Scientist, 86(6), 585. Newspaper Article Di Rado, A. 1995, March 15). Trekking through college: Classes explore modern society using the world of Star trek. Los Angeles Times, p. A3. Websites Lynch, T. (1996). DS9 trials and tribble-ations review. Retrieved October 8, 1997, from Psi Phi: Bradley’s Science Fiction Club Web site: http://www. bradley. edu/campusorg/psiphi/DS9/ep /503r. html National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Jet Propulsion Laboratory. (2007). Mission could seek out Spock’s home planet. Retrieved January 7, 2009, from PlanetQuest: Exoplanet Exploration Web site: http://planetquest. jpl. nasa. gov/news/planetVulcan. fm The Roddenberry legacy of human potential: If only, if only. (2007). Retrieved January 7, 2009, from Star Trek: Official Site Web site: http://www. startrek. com/startrek/view/news/editorials/article/2310913. html Wiki Star trek planet classifications. (n. d. ). Retrieved January 7, 2009, from Wikipedia: http://en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Star_Trek_planet _classifications PowerPoint Presentation Oard, D. W. (2001). Bringing Star trek to life: Computers that speak and listen [PowerPoint slides]. Retrieved from University of Maryland TerpConnect Web site: http://terpconnect. umd. edu/~oard/papers /cpsp118t. ppt