0Sample Projects from Previous Years
- Statistical Analysis of Probability Models for Geometric Meshes
- An Adaptive Transmission model for Energy Balanced Routing in Sensor Network
- (Integrating biological data in Dynamic Bayesian Networks)
- Background and Noise Detection during Metabolomics Data Preprocessing
- Probabilistic analysis on the delay of a logic gate network by ROBDD (Reduced Ordered Binary Decision Diagram)
- Statistical Comparison For Kalman Filter Based Object Tracking Systems With Noise Variations In Camera Images
- KLambdaFinder :Estimating Statistical Parameters for Statistical Significance of Protein Alignments Based on Amino-Acid Composition
- Maintaining Asynchronous Stream Quantiles over Sliding Windows
- A Probabilistic Model of Fish Perception and Behavior for 3D Interactive Simulations
| Self Evaluation [pdf], [latex] || 20% |
| Peer Evaluation || 20% |
| Oral Report || 30% |
| Written Report || 30% |
The oral presentation will be 15 minutes during the last day of class or finals week (sign up below), with 5 minutes for questions. The presentation may be delivered by one person or multiple people, but everyone should be able to answer questions about their project following the presentation. The written report should be in the form of a scientific paper (Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, References). Length is variable, depending on space needed to introduce and describe your project, but I would expect it to be at least 3 single spaced pages. Details about self and peer evaluation will be posted here. Written reports are due during the final exam period, December 11.
Unless we have previously discussed it, you are expected to come to the class, both Dec. 6 and on final exam day (Tuesday, December 11 at noon in the regular classroom).