CS4445 Troy University Transport Layer Security Protocols Project Students for your final project please select a networking topic related to the Hybrid OS

CS4445 Troy University Transport Layer Security Protocols Project Students for your final project please select a networking topic related to the Hybrid OSI– TCP/IP architecture from the textbook (Page 45 Figure 2-6) and (Page 48 Figure 2-7) and conduct a 4 – 6 research paper on the layer or topic of your choice. This is an individual assignment and your topics are due the end of week 3 on June 16th, 2019. I will have to approve the topic before you can submit your project summary or outline and begin researching the topic. Also, your outline or project summary will be due week 4 on June 23rd, 2019. Please email me your topic and also if you have questions about choosing a topic for a particular layer then please do not hesitate to contact me. Your research paper will be 4 – 6 typed pages excluding any illustrations or tables you include in the paper. Your paper must be in APA or MLA form at and minimum of 2 in text citations and 1 reference with a reference page attached. I am looking forward to assisting anyone that may need help selecting a topic and reading your final paper and let’s have a wonderful time researching networking !! Example topic: Transition from IPv4 to IPv6 – Layer 3 –Internet Later of Hybrid TCP/IP OSI model. CS 4445 Research Project
Maximum Points 200
Due: July 21, 2019
Students for your final project please select a networking topic related to the Hybrid OSI
– TCP/IP architecture from the textbook (Page 45 Figure 2-6) and (Page 48 Figure 2-7)
and conduct a 4 – 6 research paper on the layer or topic of your choice. This is an
individual assignment and your topics are due the end of week 3 on June 16th, 2019. I
will have to approve the topic before you can submit your project summary or outline and
begin researching the topic. Also, your outline or project summary will be due week 4 on
June 23rd, 2019. Please email me your topic and also if you have questions about
choosing a topic for a particular layer then please do not hesitate to contact me. Your
research paper will be 4 – 6 typed pages excluding any illustrations or tables you include
in the paper. Your paper must be in APA or MLA format and minimum of 2 in text
citations and 1 reference with a reference page attached. I am looking forward to assisting
anyone that may need help selecting a topic and reading your final paper and let’s have a
wonderful time researching networking !!
Example topic: Transition from IPv4 to IPv6 – Layer 3 –Internet Later of Hybrid
TCP/IP OSI model.
David Avery, JR.
davery44637@troy.edu
Sample APA Writing Style Paper
Purpose:
This guide identifies relevant APA guidelines for students to assist them in utilizing The
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association [APA] (5th ed., 2001) when
writing essays and reports. The guidelines referenced in this paper were derived from a
review of the APA 5th Edition manual.
Scope:
Note: The following does not modify in anyway the APA published – 5th addition.
1.
Student papers must adhere to these standards, and students will be graded
accordingly. Faculty will indicate in the course syllabus the type of writing expected
(essay, reports, or research), format, and the weight given for grammar, punctuation,
and format.
2.
These guidelines are not meant to replace The Publication Manual of the American
Psychological Association (APA) rather these guidelines are meant to assist the
student in the use of the APA.
Applicability: This policy applies to the Augusta Campus only.
Procedure:
Format for All Papers and
All Students (Except Where Noted)
Margin
Margins for all required assignments will be 1 inch on top, bottom, left, and right of
paper. Type all papers on 8 1/2″ X 11″, white bond paper. (APA, 2001, p. 286-287)
Type Face (Font)
Acceptable fonts for all written assignments (graduate and undergraduate) include: Arial,
Courier, Courier New, Times, Times Roman, or Times New Roman. All written assignments
will be typed in 12-point type size regardless of font format (Times New Roman, etc.). The
preferred font as listed in the APA Manual (2001) is 12-point Times Roman or Courier. (p. 285)
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Spacing
All papers will have ragged (uneven), right margin. The first word of each new
paragraph will be indented 1/2″ (to the first tab), which is generally 5 spaces. Double-space
all body text including between paragraphs. Double-space tables and figure titles. Doublespace references when in draft format for grading or editing. When final research papers are
submitted for binding individual references must be single spaced and double-spaced between
each new entry. Use a hanging indent (first word of each new entry) flush with margin and
indent additional lines 5 spaces. (APA, 2001, p. 286 & 326) Single-space long quotes of 40
words or more and indent 1/2″ (5 spaces) and omit quotation marks. (APA, 2001, p. 292)
Submitting Papers
All papers (not including masters-level projects for graduate students) will be stapled
in the upper left-hand corner.
Page Header
Use a shortened version of the title plus the page number at the top right of the page.
Type 5 spaces between the header title and the page number. The last digit of the page
number should align with the 1″ margin on the right side of the paper. (APA, 2001, p. 288)
Page Numbers
Number all pages consecutively with Arabic numerals from the title page through the
last page. Exception for action research papers only: table of contents, verification/approval
page, abstract, and acknowledgement are numbered using small Roman numerals (i, ii, iii,
etc.) at the center of the bottom of each page. (APA, 2001, pp. 288 & 326)
Paper Set-Up (Final Paper to Be Submitted to Instructor)
Title Page
The title page will be set up double-spaced and in the center of the page. The title
page will include in this order:
NOTE: This Title Page set-up is designed for the Augusta Campus
only and differs from the APA sample paper.

Page Imbedded Header
Top Right Hand Side of Page
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Title

Student Name

Group Number

Course/Class Number

Facilitator’s Name

Date Paper Submitted
Centered in the Middle of Page
and Double-Spaced
(APA, 2001, p. 296)
Paper Order
All papers will be organized in this fashion:

Title Page

Verification/Approval Page (if applicable)

Abstract (graduate capstone or action research projects only)

Acknowledgements (graduate capstone or action research projects only)

Table of Contents (graduate capstone or action research projects only)

Lists of Tables (if applicable)

Lists of Figures (if applicable)

Body of the Paper

References

Appendices (if applicable)
(APA, 2001,p. 306- 320)
Setting up headers using MS WORD 97-2003
These are the steps to set up headers in Microsoft WORD documents:
1. Open View on the main tool bar
2. Select Headers and Footers
3. Type in the one-or-two word title
4. Create five spaces (space bar 5-times)
5. Select first icon on the headers tool bar (insert page number)
6. Place cursor to the left of all you have typed
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7. On the main tool bar select the Align Right icon
8. Close all tool bars. Headers is set
See attached APA Sample paper for setting up headers in MS WORD 2007
For Masters-Level Projects, the verification/approval page, abstract,
acknowledgements, and table of contents are numbered using small Roman numerals i, ii, iii,
etc. that are placed in the middle of the bottom of each page. All other papers are numbered
using Arabic numbers and are noted as part of the page header that appears in the upper right
corner of each page. Chapter headings are centered to the page and noted with Roman
numerals. Each chapter begins on a new page.
Readability
Tense
Use present tense in student papers and essays. Final action research papers in which
findings are presented must be written in the third party, past tense. Be sure the subject and
verb tense agree. (APA, 2001, pp. 41-46)
Punctuation
Use semi-colons to separate two independent thoughts that can stand alone as
sentences. Use them also when listing longer items. (APA, 2001, pp. 80 & 116)
Place punctuation inside quotation marks with the exception of citations at the end of a
sentence, and when quoted material is intended as a question. (APA, 2001, pp. 117-122)
Format
Headings
Use headings to organize each paper. Headings lead readers into the particular topic
to be discussed. The importance of each topic is determined by the level of its heading. For
example, for all topics of equal importance, use the same level. In the APA style of writing,
there are five levels of headings.
Most Standard Assignments
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For most papers (except Capstone and Action Research projects) headings are
organized with three-levels of heading formatted as follows for three-level headings:
Centered, Level One Heading
Flush Left, Level Two Heading (italicized)
Indented, Level Three Heading (Italicized and indented as part of the paragraph)
(APA, 2001, pp. 114-115 & 290)
Masters-Level Project Papers Only
For Masters-Level projects headings are organized with up to five-levels of heading
formatted as follows for five–level headings::
CENTERED UPPERCASE HEADING (Level 5)
Centered Uppercase and Lowercase Heading (Level 1)
Centered, Italicized, Uppercase and Lowercase Heading (Level 2)
Flush Left, Italicized, Uppercase and Lowercase Side Heading (Level 3)
Indented, italicized, lowercase paragraph heading ending with a period. (Level 4)
(APA, 2001, pp. 113 & 290)
Direct Quotes
A direct quote is “material directly quoted from another author’s work or from one’s
own previously published work…” (APA, 2001, p. 117). Quotations can be used in your
papers in three ways:
1. If the sentence contains the author’s name, cite the quotation with the year in parentheses
and the page number in parentheses between the closing quotation mark and the period.
Example:
In his book Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Peter Drucker (1985) defines innovation as “the
specific tool of entrepreneurs, the means by which they exploit change as an opportunity for a
different business or different kind of service” (p. 20).
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2. If you do not use the author’s name in the sentence, but instead you use a pronoun such as
“he” or “she”, cite the author’s name, the year, and the page number in parentheses at the
end of the quote.
Example:
He defines innovation as “the specific tool of entrepreneurs, the means by which they
exploit change as an opportunity for a different business or a different service” (Drucker,
1985, p. 20), but he does not explain whether the term can be applied to reorganization and
refocusing of corporations.
3. If a quotation is more than 40 words, set the quote “…in a freestanding block of
typewritten lines, and omit quotation marks” (APA, 2001, p. 117).
Example:
Drucker (1985) defines innovation as: the specific tool of entrepreneurs, the means by
which they exploit change as an opportunity for different business or a different service.
Entrepreneurs need to search purposefully for the sources of innovation, the changes
and their symptoms that indicate opportunities for successful innovation. (p. 20)
Paraphrasing
Paraphrasing is identified as, “…referring to an idea contained in another work.”
(APA, 2001, p. 121) This is different from directly quoting another’s words. You may cite
information from a source in your own words. This is called “paraphrasing.” When you
paraphrase, however, you must cite the reference in the body of the paper. You can make the
citation when introducing the information or at the end of your discussion of that topic. Do
not use footnotes. You need only use the last name of the author(s) and the year of
publication. Failure to indicate your source is plagiarism. All citations must have a reference
source listed on the reference page. (APA, 2001, pp. 349-350)
Table of Contents (Masters-Level Project Papers only)
Use a table of contents for papers of 5 pages of text or more. The table of contents
includes the title “Table of Contents” centered on the page, then the headings for all sections
of the paper and the page number on which each section begins. Do not list prefaced material,
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abstract, acknowledgements, etc. Do include the Chapter headings and the word
“Introduction” or “Chapter I: Introduction”. Indent subtopic levels. (APA, 2001, pp.v-xiv)
Abstract
Business and education students may be required to include an abstract in documents
containing 10 or more pages of text. The abstract is a short summary (no more than 120
words of the report or project that includes the pertinent information the reader can use to
understand what has been studied, concluded, and recommended. It should be jargon free and
include descriptors for related searches. The formatting of abstracts will be double-spaced,
and center the word “Abstract” at the top of the page. (APA, 2001, pp. 12-15, 298 & 306)
Figures and Tables
Figures are graphs, charts, pictures, photos, drawings, or other depictions of
information. Figures supplement text; therefore, in the text you must tell the reader what the
figure describes and discuss its highlights. Place the title below the figure.
“Tables communicate quantitative information in column form. Insert tables into the
body of the paper right after they are introduced and briefly explain. Tables supplement the
text; therefore, in the text you must tell the reader what to look for in the table and discuss its
highlights or implications. Place the title above the table. Number figures and tables
consecutively but in separate lists.” (APA, 2001, pp. 149-176 & 301-302)
List of Figures
Just as the table of contents acts as a roadmap to guide readers through the text of your
document, the List of Figures is a roadmap to the drawings and pictures the document
contains. A list of Figures is necessary if your document contains three or more figures.
List of Tables
The List of Tables is a roadmap to the quantitative data in your document. A List of
Tables is necessary if your document contains three or more tables.
Sources (Primary and Secondary)
Primary sources are materials, research, and other information that you have gathered
yourself. Secondary sources are materials collected by others that you use in your research.
References
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References serve as a means for readers to locate and use your sources. Cite
references in a list on a separate page at the end of your paper. Include only those references
that you have cited in your paper. Place the word “Reference” centered at the top of the list.
References will be double spaced with the second, and subsequent, lines of the same reference
(if applicable) indented 5-spaces
Alphabetize references according to the first letter of the author’s last name. Do not
use the author’s first or middle name; use only the author’s initials. Alphabetize works by
corporate authors by the first significant word. Alphabetize works with no author by the first
letter of the first significant word of the title. Alphabetize author with more than one work by
the earliest work first.
If a primary author has worked with different secondary authors, alphabetize with the
first name of the primary author, then by the name of the secondary author. When noting
more than one publication in the same year by the same author/source add a lowercase letter
after the year: 2000, 2000a, 2000b, etc. If the publication date is unknown indicate as (n.d.).
When citing a work with no author, or an anonymous author indicate as (Anonymous, 2000).
(APA, 2001, p. 221-299)
Example:
References
Articles With No Author
American Management Association (1992). PCs today. New York: Author.
Published Book
Harrison, P.R. (1989). The manager’s world. (F.G.Taylor, Ed.). Los Angeles; Business Press.
Published Article With an Author and Title
Matthews, Y.A. (1993). Electronic communication in large organizations. Technical
Communications. 39 (2), 60-65.
(APA, 2001, pp. 207-281 for electronic references)
A Book Available on a University Program or Department Website
Dessler, G.(2001). Management: Leading People and Organizations in the 21st Century, (2nd
ed.)
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[University Custom Edition e-text]. Boston: Pearson Custom Publishing.
Retrieved October 21, 2003, from University, Resource, MGT/330—
Management: Theory, Practice, and Application Website:
https://sample.apa/secure/resource/resource.asp
An Electronic Text Found on a University Website
University (ed.) (2004).Keys to College Studying Chapter 1. Retrieved January 1,
2004, from University, Skills for Professional Development
Website:https://sample.apa
Exception, on the final submitted bound copy of an action research project the
individual references are single-spaced and double-spaced between each reference.
Appendices
An Appendix is used for detailed information on a particular material, tables and
figures greater than one page in length, and when the material will interfere with the flow of
the body of the paper. Some examples of what you might include in an appendix are
supporting material for an issue, brochure, product, literature, correspondence, transcripts of
interviews, a specific legislative bill that was discussed, resume for personnel (in a proposal),
questionnaires, and surveys. (APA, 2001, pp. 205-206)
Make an explanation in the body of the paper about the particular subject followed by
a referral to the appendix for more detailed information. Make referrals in two ways.
1.
Start off the sentence about the subject as “Appendix A includes a copy of ….”
2.
End the sentence explaining the subject with (see Appendix A)”. (APA, 2001, p.
206)
When citing a work with no author or an anonymous author, indicate as (Anonymous,
2000).
If you have only one appendix, title it Appendix and refer to it as such in the text.
When you have two or more appendices, letter each starting with the letter “A” for the first
appendix (Appendix A), “B” for the second appendix (Appendix B), and so on.
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Place the title on a separate sheet of paper for each appendix, centered on the page.
Include the appendix material behind the cover page after the Reference page. (APA, 2001, p.
28,205-206)
Creating a List Within Text

Use lowercase letters in parentheses: (a), (b), etc.

Use commas, not semicolons after each point in the list.
(APA, 2001, p. 84)
Citing Personal Interviews
Personal interviews, telephone conversations, e-mails, letters, or personal fax sources
may be cited as personal communication within the text (personal communication, March 20,
2002), but do not cite on the reference page, as the material is not retrievable. (APA, 2001, p.
214)
Sexism-Keeping It Out of Copy
A revolution is underway in the use of language to overcome the impression existing
in the English language that people in general are of the male gender and that certain roles are
automatically sex-linked. To eliminate sexist words or references from your copy consider
these possibilities:
1.
Change the singular to plural whenever possible.
Examples:

Poor: The student who enrolls at University can choose his future.

Better: Students who enroll at University can choose their futures.

Poor: The nurse has great influence on patients. She should be aware of this.

Better: Nurses have great influence on patients and should be aware of this.
2.
Rephrase the sentence to eliminate the sexist reference.

Poor: Man’s search for meaning is basic to his happiness.

Better: The search for meaning is basic to human happiness.
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3.

Change the copy to include the pronoun “she” as well as “he” by using “s/he.”
Poor: Realistic financial planning is essential to the student. He should begin these plans
with a financial counselor who will help him assess his financial situation.

Better: Realistic financial planning is essential to the student. S/he should begin these
plans with a financial counselor who will help him/her assess his/her financial situation.
Reference
American Psychological Association. (2002). Publication Manual of the American
Psychological Association. (5th ed.). APA: Washington, D.C.
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