Friday, April 14: Final report due. Your final project report is
due, along with a group evaluation for those working in groups (see below). The final report must be a full-length (10-14 page single column)
conference-style paper discussing your project. You should model your
paper on some of the papers we've read this term.
The goal of saying "conference style paper" is that I want
you to include things like:
Note that some of you didn't actually create a solution, but just
literature, which is fine. In this case, your job is to explore the
weaknesses of the approaches, and, if you feel like there's an obvious
what you would do if you were going to implement a solution to the
problem. Note that I do not care about the layout.
- Motivate the problem that you're working on
- Provide an example of a scenario where you'd use your solution
- Tell me about the solution that you've created, this includes telling me about what makes the problem interesting
hard. If you'd like, you can interpret this as telling me what
problems you ran into.
- Relate it to related work
- Tell me about potential future work - even if you have no intension
ever doing it. Just like in a real conference paper, the goal is
you to show that you know what some of the flaws are with your
even if you have no intension of solving them. ;)
In addition to the report, I want each person who is working
on a project in a group to SEPARATELY turn in a report on how they
felt that all of the group members (yourself included) contributed to