Keep an eye on the length of your work. The references can be construed fairly broadly in computer science—in addition to journal articles, books, and conference proceedings, papers often reference web pages, tutorials, etc.
You should always use your discussion section to address the impact that your work will have on your chosen field.
That material goes in the next two sections. Your project should aim to answer a question rather than being a general overview of a given topic. If you completed a research project, this document should include the details of that research, including what you discovered and the significance of that discovery.
It should be something that you would consider submitting for publication without embarrassment. Oftentimes, how well you accomplish a task depends on the quality of the support given by the people around you. Just the facts please: this section should not make claims about how well your system works or how it compares to other efforts.
Your written document is due at the end of finals week on Friday, May 17th. Introduction: Explain the context and motivation for your project. Useful Links.
Be sure to detail the background for your research, the method of your research, the results of your research, the analysis of your results, and the implications of that analysis.