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CSC 30155 Tuesday 12/10/10 Dr. Daniel Hughes [email protected]
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Today s Lecture Final Year Project Information (30 mins) Lossless Compression Introduction (20 mins)
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Notes There was a problem with the last ICE update. It will be corrected today.
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CSC 30155 Final Year Project Assignment 1 Dr. Daniel Hughes [email protected]
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Wait, this isn’t CS30155! As well as being your lecturer for Efficient Sequential Algorithms, I am also the FYP coordinator. We have no lectures timetabled for this module, but it is very important. To address this, I will take 30 minutes of class time to explain each of the FYP assignments to you.
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Final Year Project Coordinator: Dr. Daniel Hughes Office: D443, Building 2 Office Hour: Wednesday 2PM-3PM . Email: [email protected]
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Module Aims To give an opportunity to explore a substantial computing problem in depth . To give experience of carrying out a large piece of individual work and producing a dissertation. To enhance written and oral communication skills .
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Your Project This is an opportunity to show initiative and take control of your learning. You are responsible for: Finding what you need to know and developing ideas. Planning the project. Progressing the project. Delivering results on time. You are encouraged to meet your supervisor regularly for guidance and advice, but they will not do the project for you.
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Project Framework All project require that you implement a solution, test and experiment. This may include: Development: understand solutions. Problem solving: design solutions. Research: define problem, design solutions. Four phases, each with deliverables: Specification, design, implementation/testing, demonstration/dissertation.
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Semester 1 W2 W3 W4 W5 W6 W7 W8 W9 W10 W11 W12 W13 START MEETING WITH SUPERVISOR SPECIFICATION DOCUMENT DESIGN PRESENTATION DESIGN DOCUMENT
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Semester 2 W2 W3 W4 W5 W6 W7 W8 W9 W10 W11 W12 W13 INTERIM REPORT PROJECT DEMONSTRATION DISSERTATION SUBMISSION
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Assessment Overview Semester 1: Specification (10%) Fri. 22/10/10 Design (15%): Design Document Fri. 03/12/10 Design Presentation Week 13 (by appointment) Semester 2: Interim Report (unmarked): Fri. 18/03/11 Project Dissertation (60%): Fri. 13/05/11 Project Demonstration (15%): Week 12 (by appointment) Each project deliverable is assessed by two assessors.
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Late Submission Is penalized according to standard XJTLU penalties.
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