Project Information

One of the major components of this class is the project. The point of this project is to delve further into some aspect that we have been studying. You may do your project either alone or in groups of two to three. The amount of work expected from the project is commensurate with the number of people working on it (i.e., you personally are expected to put in the same amount of work on a project regardless of whether you're working alone or in a group). Keep in mind that I do not require that this project be an implementation. A literature survey is a perfectly fine project. This project should not eat your life.


Project Ideas

Here are some ideas that would be appropriate for the course project. The best project ideas are likely to come from you; however, here are some that you can use as is or use to think of new ones. The projects can run the gamut from all theory to having a heavy implementation component. I'll add more project ideas as I come up with them.

A word on plagiarism

Your project, as with all of your work, is to be your work. If you take ideas from anywhere else, you have to cite them, and that if you take words from somewhere else, they have to be quoted and cited (taking names of things is okay without quotes as long as they are well cited, but if you're taking more than that, you need to have it in quotes). Copying other people's text or figures and claiming it as your own is not okay; it is plagiarizing.

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