Grad Project


Due Date

Friday, July 24, 2015 (i.e., Saturday before 1 am)

Objectives

  • Introduction to Rainbow (CMU)
  • Introduction to Kramer & Magee SAS Achitecture Model (Imperial College)
  • Introduction to Figure 8 SAS Model (UC Irvine)
  • Introduction to SAS and Feedback Control (Dagstuhl)
  • Introduction to SAS Energy Management (UCSD)
  • Introduction to SAS Evaluation Framework (UVic)
  • Introduction to SmarterDeals (UVic)

Instructions

In groups of two graduate students from CSC 586A present one of the papers listed below to the entire class. All students of all three sections (i.e., SENG 480 A, CSC 485A, and CSC 586A) are expected to assess the presentations.

Guidelines for Graduate Student Presentations

Presentation Format
  • Presentation length: 10 mins
  • Q&A length: 5 mins
  • Both students must be involved in the presentation
Presentation slides
  • High quality
  • Submit slide by Friday, July 25 to instructor for approval hausimuller@gmail.com
  • Submit final slides 1 day after presentation for posting on website
Presentation outline
  • Motivation
  • Problem
  • Approach
  • Contributions of the paper
  • Relation to what we learned in the course
Presentation Assessment
  • All students (i.e., SENG 480 A, CSC 485A, and CSC 586A) are expected to assess the presentations using an evaluation form.
  • Assessment counts towards class participation mark
Do not copy verbatim from any source.
Cite your sources.

SAS Papers to be presented by Graduate Students of CSC 586A

In groups of two CSC 586A students please sign up by sending a note to hausimuller@gmail.com for one of these papers for presentation in class. First come, first served.
Do not copy verbatim from any source.
Cite your sources.

Presentation Assessment

Evaluator’s name:

 

Graduate students:

 

Quality of presentation

Did I learn something? Did the presentation stimulate my interest?

5

 

Do I know now what the paper is all about?

5

 

Does the presenter know the subject well?

5

 

Presentation style: main points reiterated; positive attitude; excited about the subject.

5

 

How did the presenter perform in the Q&A session?

5

 

Subtotal

25

 

Other comments


Marking

Submitted slides are worth 40%; presentation is worth 60%.