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Help Logout My Workspace EEL5525: 1560, Fall 2011 EEL5544, All Sections: Fall 2011 EEL5718: 6152, Fall 2011 Assignments Assignment - In progress Complete the form, then choose the appropriate button at the bottom. Title FALL 2011 EEL5718 Project Proposal
Due Sep 23, 2011 11:55 pm Status Not Started Grade Scale Points (max 100.0) Modified by instructor Sep 2, 2011 2:04 pm Instructions FALL 2011 EEL5718
Project Proposal Assignment Project Description This semeseter, the 5718 project is a performance analysis study. Each team is to critically evaluate a computer communications protocol in an
IEEE or ACM research paper. The paper evaluation will be accomplished using
Matlab. All information related to the project will be posted in Sakai in the "Resources"
section, under the "Project Information" folder. Topic: 0 Choose one computer communications topic from the list of topics in
the course schedule
0 Choose a recent (2011) research paper
0 Must be from an IEEE or ACM journal or conference
0 Must include a computer communications-based algorithm or
protocol and numerical results in graphs/plots Teams: 0 The project will be carried out in teams of three (3) people only. 0 Teams of 2 or 4 people are not allowed. 0 Each team member will be responsible for a Matlab function block for
the project. 0 Blocks are to be approved by the TA or instructor. Papers: Full text papers can be downloaded from an campus-connected
computer from these sites: IEEE Explore (www.ieeexplore.ieee.org) or ACM Digital Library (http://portal.acm.org/dl.cfm). If vou are off-campus. vou can access these databases through the UF librarv J"' "'v "' """r"' J"' '"” """' v'v" "“"~""' """’o" -..- ~' "~"v; website: Go to: www.uﬂib.ufl.edu. Click on the left menu button called "Off-campus Access"
Enter your gatorlink username and password on the left.
Then, click on databases. For IEEE Explore, enter ieee as your search keyword. For ACM Digital Library, enter acm as your keyword.
Click on the database name. Grading: 1. Proposal, due September 23 (worth 5% of final grade) 2. Progress Log (notes taken on the team's project progress), may be
checked every two weeks (worth 5% of final grade) 3. Final Project Demo and Report, due December 15 (worth 20% of final
grade) Project Proposal Instructions Answer the following questions 1) What is the selected topic (see the 5718 syllabus, class schedule, or posted
project topic list)? 2) Provide a complete citation of the selected paper (paper title, authors, conf
or journal title, date published, number of pages). 4) Upload a pdf file of the paper as an attachment 5) Who are the members of your project team? 6) What will be your approach? a) Provide a list of at least 4 milestones to be checked by the TA, and the
name of the team mate who will be responsible for each milestone. b) Describe the three Matlab function blocks that you will need to write and
implement to complete your project, and the name of the team mate who will
be responsible for each function block. (This list may change as you learn more
about Matlab and the paper.) Submission Assignment Text This assignment allows submissions using both the text box below and attached
documents. Type your comments in the box below and use the Add
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