In this class, 3 types of citations are required.
In the annotated bibliography, literature review, and report, full references are required.
Literature review example of in-text citation:
The two basic systems of shared-memory and distributed-processing could offer increased computational power. The INMOS T800 transputer hardware platform and the Express "operating system" were chosen. The T800 could support a variety of network architecture due to a set of four bidirectional channels. The Express was a transparent parallel operating system with a set of tools and utilities for developing parallel programs .
HM Chen and FC Berry, "Parallel Load-Flow Algorithm Using a Decomposition Method for Space-Based Power Systems," IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, vol. 29, no. 3, pp.1024-1030, 1993.
Within the reports, any information gathered to inform decisions needs to be cited. This would include citing within the requirements matrix and possibly within the problem statement and concept map. Just like the literature review, citations are in numerical order. If it's unclear where to cite, please ask. Here's an example of a citation in the requirements matrix.
Req. #8: Light Color: Lights must be able to produce color with the RGB range.
Rationale: The lighting needs to produce various colors that create various moods .
 Audio Academy, "The Beauty and Quirks of Theatre Lighting," Audio Trends & Gear, Jul. 13, 2018. [Online]. Available: https://audioacademy.in/the-beauty-and-quirks-of-theater-lighting/ [Accessed: Oct. 23, 2021].
Images in Gate presentations: Images are a great way to help the audience better understand components of your project. Best case scenario, you can take your own photos, so you don't need to worry about citing the creator of the image. But if you use images from the internet, check out this Libguide for images you can use with the creator's permission and proper attribution. Below are examples of how to cite images in your visual presentations.
Image 2: You add your own citation.
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Image citations in written reports
The below is adapted from the Reg Erhardt Library Libguide
The reference for an image (labeled as Figure) in a written report goes under the image. Use the word "Figure", a number, and a title. Follow this with "Source" and the citation number in brackets. If you adapted the image, begin the reference with "Adapted from" followed by the citation number in brackets. The full citation associated with the number is in the reference list.