Robotics vs. Game-Console-Based Platforms to Learn Computer Architecture Follow IEEE article format

Robotics vs. Game-Console-Based Platforms to Learn Computer Architecture
Follow IEEE article format to finish term paper (over 8 pages in two columns.)
The 4th step in complete
The first draft of a complete Term Paper (more versions of drafts are revised again and over until end of semester. Due time depends.)
Follow IEEE article format to finish term paper (over 8 pages in two columns.)
 Answer the following question in a separate “Self-evaluation” report in another Word file.
What MAIN problems/issues does your article/term paper address?
How does your article/term paper solve these problems/issues?
What are contributions of your article/term paper?
Criteria of evaluation of a term paper in Prof. Chen’s opinions:Originality, Creativity, problems/issues addressed, approach to solving problems, Completeness of problem solving, good references citations and comparisons and improvements, feedback from outside professional evaluations, etc. 
The 5th Step: Presentation of Term Paper
Prepare your research materials and results in Word file as a term paperand in a PowerPoint file as formal presentation assignments
Give a flyer to announce to the public in your short power point Presentationdate/time and Location to follow Topics and Abstract for your presentation.
Describe your topic, abstract, body, conclusion and references.
computer science references to find by Library database
References from IEEE online articles
http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/search/searchresult.jsp?newsearch=true&queryText=computerarchitecture
http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?arnumber=7857376
http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7857376/references
http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7805273/citations
http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7894201/?reload=true
http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7831376/
The group of questions to answer for each article: [http://www.cs.utah.edu/~juliana/rtdb2008/position-paper-guidelines.html]
Question Q#1: What is the article about?
Question Q#2: What and why are the problems addressed interesting/important/relevant to your research directions?
Question Q#3: What are the positive aspects of the article?
Question Q#4: What are the negative aspects of the article?
Question Q#5: Which relevant problems the article does not address?
Question Q#6: List any ideas you had while reading the paper
And three more:
Question Q#7: What problems/issues does the articles address?
Question Q#8: What problems/issues does the articles solve?
Question Q#9: What are contributions of the article?