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Unformatted text preview: CS573: Project Due date: Wednesday December 15, 4pm to CS mailroom Final Report (30 pts) Write a 6-8 page report on your research project. You must formulate and test at least two specific hypotheses in your project. If you investigating a new algorithm, the hypotheses can involve comparing different versions of your system (e.g., with a component turned off). If you are comparing existing algorithms the hypotheses should involve both aspects of the data and the algorithms (e.g., as data characteristics vary how does relative performance change?). Below are guidlines on how to write-up your report for the final project. Please use it as a general guide for structuring your final report. 1. Introduction (3 pts) Motivate and abstractly describe the problem you are addressing and how you are addressing it. What is the problem? Why is it important? What is your basic approach? A short discussion of how it fits into related work in the area is also desirable. Summarize the basic results and conclusions that you will present.desirable....
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