Topics in Bio-Inspired Computing
נושאים בחישוב מונחה טבע
202-1-4791, Semester Alef, 2013-2014
Lecturer: Prof. Moshe Sipper
1. You MUST attend the first class.
2. You MUST submit your project (i.e., report) by the end of the semester: 17.1.2014.
3. NO EXTENSIONS except extensive miluim.
4. You can only work in groups of 2 or 3. It is NOT permitted to work alone.
5. Your project must be approved by Professor Sipper.
6. Each group will present their project proposal during class on 20.11.2013 (Wednesday, 10-12). Failure to attend & present for reasons other than those listed
here on page 3, clause 7.2, will result in a reduction of 30 points from the final grade.
7. Failure to form a group and define a project by 27.11.2013 will result in a final grade of ZERO.
8. Grade: 30% is based on the proposal presentation, 70% is based on a combination of the project's quality and the final report's quality.
- Students will work on software projects.
Ilan Kadar's short manual on Android app development
- Credits: 2
- Grade: 30% is based on the proposal presentation, 70% is based on a combination of the project's quality and the final report's quality.
- Students must work in pairs, groups of 3 are also allowed
Final Report (please read this carefully!)
- The final report must include the following seven sections:
- A short introduction of the domain being investigated.
- A description of the problem or phenomenon studied.
- An explanation of the methods and algorithms employed.
- An overview of the software (NOT a listing of the code).
- An account of the results obtained.
- Some interesting conclusions.
- Bibliographic references.
- Language: Hebrew or English.
- Length: 10-20 pages.
- Don't include the code in the report.
- Don't send the report by e-mail: hand in a hard copy.
- An example of a good report.