This course requires a comprehensive term project that will constitute
75% of your course grade. You may work on this project individually or
in groups depending on the scale and
scope of your chosen topic. A midterm progress presentation and a final
report / presentation are required. The final project reports must be
in IEEE conference-style two-column, four-page documents. Please look
at the following template
Possible project idea and requirements will be announced during lecture.
You may choose to work on one of these projects, or you can come up with your own.
When you decide on a project, make sure you e-mail both the instructor
and the TA to get your idea approved. This serves two purposes: i) it
ensures that not more than one individual / group is working on the
same project and ii) ensures that you choose a project for which you
can obtain tangible results. Unfortunately, some of the coolest ideas
cannot be implemented due to various issues, non-availability of the
correct data not being the least of them. If you are working as part of
a group, please ensure that each individual in the group is assigned
one specific component of the project. This ensures an equitable
distribution of workload.
As and when project assignments are finalized, they will be posted on
this webpage. For best results, you should finalize your project by
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Last updated: 17 January 2013