I suggest you prepare 5 slides or so, on the following topics:
1. Project overview
•Aims & results
2. Problem statement
•What worked; what didn’t
•Future work: what you would do, given more time
Dear COMP4601 class members,
Next week is the final assessment week for COMP4601.
As indicated in the Introductory lecture, we will have
All up, these assessments contribute 15% to your course mark - the team will be assessed as a whole on these assessments, thus all members will obtain the same team mark.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
I would appreciate your feedback on the course using the myExperience survey at https://myexperience.unsw.edu.au/ as soon as you can manage it.
Contrary to the warning given in the previous notice (see below) I will be away in Week 11, not Week 9.
The original project schedule of having project progress demos in Week 9 will therefore go ahead as originally scheduled.
Seminars will proceed in Weeks 7-10 & Week 12. (Rather than skipping Week 9, we will skip Week 11.)
I have drafted a Seminar Evaluation form , which can be downloaded from http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~cs4601/18s1/protected/evaluation-form.pdf
Thanks for your understanding of these changes to the schedule.
I have prepared slightly more detailed lists of expected/anticipated contents for the 3 project reports and linked these to the project listing .
The expanded list can be found here .
Also, I have foreshadowed a slight change in schedule. I am likely to be away during Week 9. We will therefore not have any seminars that week, and the previously scheduled demonstration as part of the progress review will be held during Week 10 instead. The Week 9 Progress Report is still due on 4 May.
The lab resources, including the virtual machine, have now been updated for Vivado 2017.2
Seminar paper allocations have been updated. Please email me if you have not yet selected a paper for presentation.
Project allocations are complete.
Next week's lecture on Tuesday 13 March will commence at 9:30 am.
The following has been done:
Please discuss your project aspirations with friends and peers to form a group and decide upon a project topic. It would be good to be organized this week.
See you in the lab at 4pm tomorrow.
Welcome to COMP4601 for 18s1!
As you may have noticed, I'm running a little behind on getting organised. Partly that is because Alex and I have a number of changes that we would like to put in place for this semester. However, I plan to have everything ready for you by our first lecture so that I can tell you all about them.
In the meantime, enjoy your last weekend of freedom, and check back when you have time for updates.