This course aims to develop skills in conducting a research project. Under special circumstances, students can request to conduct a research project supervised by academic staff. This page covers special projects under the supervision of Maurice Pagnucco (morri [AT] cse.unsw.edu.au). These projects will primarily involve robotics projects, primarily as part of the CSE RoboCup team. The UNSW Handbook Entries provide some additional information:
By the end of the course, you should be able to:
|Maurice Pagnucco||K17 412D||9385 6925||morri||Lecturer-in-charge|
A regular weekly meeting time will be scheduled during the first week of session.
You will learn the skills required to do conduct a research project that can be formulated and completed during a 12 week period. Starting with the formulation of aims, you will learn how to conduct a literature survey and identify the main problems and obstacles that need to be overcome in completing the project. You will then carry the project through to completion, develop a scientific report and give a presentation of your results.
You will leanr how to locate major research resources in the library and on the world wide web. Other project tools like wikis, source code repositories may also be utilised.
There are no formal classes but a weekly meeting will be scheduled during the first week of semester. Additional meeting times may also be scheduled.
using the words or ideas of others and presenting them as your own.
UNSW and CSE treat plagiarism as academic misconduct, which means that it
carries penalties as severe as being excluded from further study at UNSW.
There are several on-line sources to help you understand
what plagiarism is and how it is dealt with at UNSW:
Plagiarism will not be tolerated; assignment submissions will be checked for similarity and anyone found involved in plagiarism will be awarded an overall mark of zero for the entire course. This does not look good on your academic record.
There is no exam in this course.
Your final mark in this course will be based on your literature survey and project formulation report and presentation as well as your final report and presentation.
|literature survey, aims and milestones report||10%|
|final presentation and demonstration||45%|