Project Final Proposals
Your Final Project proposals should address what you plan on covering in your final project. In your final report, you should address one of the problems described in some presentation made during the course. It may be a
sub-problem mentioned by a speaker as part of a larger problem area.
(More details about the final report, along with a sample report, can be found here.)
Proposals should be a maximum of 2 pages (single-spaced) long with 1 inch margins,
Times New Roman 12pt font. In the proposal, you
You may work by yourself for your final project, or you may work with a partner. If you are working with a partner, you should only submit one proposal for your group, including both of your names. Groups are expected to pick a project that is twice as large in scope as individual projects. If you choose to work with a partner, we expect a preliminary simulation or experiments to be completed. There is a discussion board on courseworks for you to talk about project ideas if you are looking for a partner.
- the goal of the project
- the problem you intend to solve
- the research hypotheses tested (what question(s) did you want to
- some relevant previous research on this topic
- what data you plan on using
- an overview of the approaches you will propose
- how your approach is related to solutions presented in this class
- how you would measure the success of your proposed work
Project Proposals are due on Friday, November 25 at noon.
It is suggested that you try to speak with one of the course instructors before writing your proposal. The instructor office hours are on the class website here.
Reminder: Final presentations will take place on Wednesday, December 14 from 12:30-3:30 in the CS conference room.