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Use the template and Complete the template from 16 references using journal article databases not google search engine.

Project title: Virtual reality in the field of rehabilitation

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Reference in APA format

URL of the Reference

Authors Names and Emails

Keywords in this Reference

The Name of the Current Solution (Technique/ Method/ Scheme/ Algorithm/ Model/ Tool/ Framework/ … etc )

The Goal (Objective) of this Solution & What is the problem that need to be solved

What are the components of it?

< What the author objective of the research is to gain a clearer understanding the relationships between variables; What is the goal of the paper. The purpose is to know what is the plan to do before he did the research>

<What are the components of this work (System/ Technique/Method/Scheme/Algorithm/Model/Framework/etc and how it is work>

The Process (Mechanism) of this Work; Means How the Problem has Solved & Advantage & Disadvantage of Each Step in This Process

<How the problem has solved; How the proposed solution is working, What are the sequence steps in the proposed solution. What are the procedure that has followed by the author in this proposed solution (Proposed Model, technique, algorithm, …, or framework>

Process Steps

Advantage

Disadvantage (Limitation)

1

<place the first process step in this current solution that proposed by the author. The step of how the (system, technique, algorithm, framework, … etc.) work>

<the advantage of this process. You need to find the advantage of each step>

<the limitation (disadvantage) of this process>

2

3

4

5

Major Impact Factors in this Work

<Find all main factors and variables that are related to each solutions. Then find the relationship between factors. (Independent variable) causes a change in (Dependent Variable) and it isn’t possible that (Dependent Variable) could cause a change in (Independent Variable).

Dependent Variable

Independent Variable

Moderating variable

Mediating (Intervening ) variable

<Examples: 1. performance. 2. Test Score. 3. stock market. 4. performance of the students >

<Examples: 1. run time that will impact and cause high/low performance. 2. Time Spent Studying that will cause the high/low score. 3. New product that will impact on the stock market price. 4. quality of library facilities>

<Example: 4. There is a strong relationship between the quality of library facilities (X) and the performance of the students (Y). Only those students who have the interest and inclination to use the library will show improved performance in their studies, which moderates the strength of the association between X and Y variables.>

<Example: Parents transmit their social status to their children directly, but they also do so indirectly, through education: viz. Parent’s status ➛ child’s education ➛ child’s status>

Relationship Among The Above 4 Variables in This article

<For example, age at marriage and education are the two variables that could lead to a proposition: the higher the education, the higher the age at marriage .What could be the logic to reach this conclusion? All relationships have to be explained with strong logical arguments. If the relationship refers to an observable reality, then the proposition can be put to test, and any testable proposition is hypothesis.>

Input and Output

Feature of This Solution

Contribution & The Value of This Work

Input

Output

<what are the inputs that will be processed in this current solution. Is it image, video, student’s style, student’s characteristics, student’s data, patient’s data, elder people characteristics, … etc. Please place all parameters related to this input>

<What are the outputs from this work. after processing the input in above process steps>

< Think of work features as this current solution characteristics or specifications. A feature is something you can find listed in a description, plan or design.>

< What is the limitations in the current solutions that the author want to solve ?. Then, What is the contribution that author done in this work. It means what is the new thing the author of this work has added in his proposed solution>

Positive Impact of this Solution in This Project Domain

Negative Impact of this Solution in This Project Domain

< e.g., what is Positive Impact of Watermarking Algorithm in this domain; digital video; or Positive Impact of security, performance, and infrastructure in this domain; IoT technology; … etc, all based on your work>

Analyse This Work By Critical Thinking

The Tools That Assessed this Work

What is the Structure of this Paper

<After all analysis you done above for the current solution (processes, input, output, and factors that impact on this work), Now you need to analyze this work by giving critical analysis if this work is good or not and WHY. Why this work got all these strength and limitations, ANALYSE and mention reasons based on your critical thinking>

< What is the Method that Justify this Work. Have they theoretically or Practically justify their proposed? (What is the tool that they used to prove the results from their proposed work is better?). If there is survey work, list question’s survey here, if other, please list how they justify>

<You need to place the structure of this paper. It means it’s sections and sub-section header. That will help you then to structure your final report. Usually it is mentioned in last paragraph in introduction section in each paper>

Diagram/Flowchart

<Place all diagrams, flowchart that are related to proposed work>

For better understanding of the variables that you need to search for in each article just go through this.

Type of Variables that You Need to Search for in Each Article (Each Current Solution)

Dependent variable

Independent variable

Moderating variable

Mediating ( Intervening) variable

  • The presumed effect in an experimental study.
  • The values of those variable depend upon another variable that are the independent variables.
  • Strictly speaking, “dependent variable” should not be used when writing about non-experimental designs.
  • The presumed cause in an experimental study.
  • The variables that may impact on the dependent variable
  • The values of those variable are under experimenter control.
  • Strictly speaking, “independent variable” should not be used when writing about non-experimental designs.
  • has a strong contingent effect on the independent variable-dependent variable relationship and thus produces an interaction effect.
  • It comes between the independent and dependent variables and shows the link or mechanism between them.
  • Examples: 1. performance. 2. Test Score. 3. stock market. 4. performance of the students
  • Examples: 1. run time that will impact and cause high/low performance. 2. Time Spent Studying that will cause the high/low score. 3. New product that will impact on the stock market price. 4. quality of library facilities
  • Example: 4. There is a strong relationship between the quality of library facilities (X) and the performance of the students (Y). Only those students who have the interest and inclination to use the library will show improved performance in their studies, which moderates the strength of the association between X and Y variables.
  • Example: Parents transmit their social status to their children directly, but they also do so indirectly, through education: viz. Parent’s status ➛ child’s education ➛ child’s status
  • Example: The statistical association between income and longevity needs to be explained because just having money does not make one live longer. Other variables intervene between money and long life. People with high incomes tend to have better medical care than those with low incomes. Medical care is an intervening variable. It mediates the relation between income and longevity.

Relationship among Variables – Correlations (Univariate, Bivariate, Multivariate)

  • Once the variables relevant to the topic of research have been identified, then the researcher is interested in the relationship among them.
  • A statement containing the variable is called a proposition. It may contain one or more than one variable.
  • The proposition having one variable in it may be called as univariate proposition, those with two variables as bivariate proposition, and then of course multivariate containing three or more variables.
  • Prior to the formulation of a proposition the researcher has to develop strong logical arguments which could help in establishing the relationship.
  • For example, age at marriage and education are the two variables that could lead to a proposition: the higher the education, the higher the age at marriage . What could be the logic to reach this conclusion? All relationships have to be explained with strong logical arguments. If the relationship refers to an observable reality, then the proposition can be put to test, and any testable proposition is hypothesis.

Research Model That The Author Followed to Propose His Solution

1. Where we are now

2. Where are we going

3. How do we get there

4. How do we know when we are finished

  • What the author has done in the area; The constructs that the literature examine
  • What the problem is available in this paper that has solved by the author
  • The purpose of that is to avoid pursing research which has already been undertaken
  • What the author objective of the research is to gain a clearer understanding the relationships between variables
  • What is the goal of the paper
  • The purpose is to know what is the plan to do before he did the research
  • How the author conducted the research; How the problem has solved
  • How he analysed the data generated by the research; A quantitative research design
  • What is the value of this solution
  • A series of recommendations which flow from the data analysis have been made

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