2019 COMP4601 Project Reports (Updated: 28 Feb)

This page outlines the expected contents of the 2019 COMP4601 Poject Reports. Please refer to Slides 51 & 52 of the Week 1 Introductory lecture for an overview of the project deliverables.

From 2019, all project documentation and code is required to be posted to a project-specific section (each project will have its own section) of the COMP4601 Wiki.
» We hope that requiring you to do so will contribute to the sharing of knowledge across year groups and contribute to the creation of a helpful learning community.
» The idea is to share the experiences you have learned in COMP4601 in the most effective (direct, concise) and transparent manner possible.
» Ask yourself: "What information would I have liked to have known before I investigated and discovered the answer to any particular question I had completing the labs, undertaking the project or preparing the seminar for COMP4601?" If you are able to answer this question now, but couldn't find the answer on the COMP4601 Wiki before you began your search, you should consider writing about it in the Wiki!

Week 5 Project Plan

Due: Monday 18 March
Format: When printed from the Wiki, equivalent to 2–3 page PDF of clear, succinct text & diagrams

The Project Plan is expected to include content addressing the following topics:

Please include the names of your group members on your report.

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Week 8 Progress Update & Review

Due: Thursday 11 April
Format: When printed from the Wiki, equivalent to 1–5 page PDF of clear, succinct text & diagrams

The Progress Update is expected to include content addressing the following topics:

Please include the names of your group members on your report.

A Progress Review (discussion on your progress) will be undertaken during the lab in Week 8. Please attend this lab session to support your team.

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Week 11 Final Presentations & Report

Due: Wednesday 1 May
Format: When printed from the Wiki, equivalent to 10–15 page PDF of clear, succinct text & diagrams

The Final Report is expected to include content addressing the following topics:

Please include the names of your group members on your report.

Project Presentations will be held on Tuesday 30 April in the Brass Lab commencing at 11 am. For each project team, these will involve a 10-15 minute Powerpoint presentation to the class and a 20-30 minute demonstration to Oliver & Alex.

Project Presentations should include about 5 slides or so on the following topics:

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