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Title: CS 426 Senior Projects


1
CS 426 Senior Projects
  • Department of Computer Science, UNR
  • 2003

2
Outline
  • The Course
  • The Teams
  • The Projects
  • The Results
  • The Future

3
The Course
  • Part of CS undergrad curriculum since 1994
  • Coronation of students academic work
  • Follows CS 425 Software Engineering
  • Team project oriented
  • Includes invited talks external advisement
  • Finalized by public workshop in May

4
The Course
  • Contents and requirements
  • Lectures on UP and UML UID guidance
  • Project in four phases
  • Concept elaboration
  • Specification
  • Design
  • Implementation, integration testing

5
The Course
  • Contents and requirements (contd)
  • Presentations
  • Peer evaluation feedback
  • Midterm exam
  • Project websites
  • Posters
  • Workshop organization participation

6
The Teams
  • 35 students in Spring 2003
  • 10 teams, each of 3 or 4 students
  • Most of the teams kept from CS 425
  • Skilled, capable, determined
  • Looking to graduating soon and getting employed

7
The Teams
  • ONE Bryan Miller, Eric Thornton, Derek Young
  • TWO Cathy Osterhout, Steve Arnold, Chul Yim
  • THREE James Hays, Bryan Phillips, Christian
    Rayburn
  • FOUR Haipin Cua, Chang Huang, Leon Kania, T.
    McDole
  • FIVE Yan Ha, Deanne Yumul, Joshua Estes, Chris
    Miles
  • SIX Robert Davis, Steve Martens, Bryan
    Sullivan
  • SEVEN Jitnapa Mahaviriyakul, Yumiko
    Shironouchi,
  • Andy Klempau, Sohei Okamoto
  • EIGHT Deanna Needell, Tamara Thiel, Jeff Stuart
  • NINE Eva Sarwar, Justin Bradley, Ryan Simpson,
    Jo Oh
  • TEN Josh Woolever, Eric Fritzinger, Vivek
    Sharan

8
The Projects
  • ONE Nevada Bently Non-Conforming Supplies
    Program
  • TWO Ultimate Fitness Tracker (UFT)
  • THREE Online Advisement System (OASIS)
  • FOUR GL Object Rendering and Transformation
    (GORT)
  • FIVE Mining Truck Simulator and Training
    (MINDS)
  • SIX University-Student Employer Network (USE)
  • SEVEN Secure Online Data Exchange (SODX)
  • EIGHT University Class Scheduler (UCS)
  • NINE Learning Companion and Self-Assessment
    Tool (VERITY)
  • TEN Stratified Programming Integrated
    Development
  • Program (SPIDER)
  • Web-site http//www.cs.unr.edu/dascalus/sp.html

9
The Projects Selections 1/3
  • GORT GL Object Rendering and Transformation

10
The Projects Selections 2/3
  • UCS University Class Scheduler

11
The Projects Selections 3/3
  • SPIDER Stratified Programming Integrated
    Development EnviRonment

12
The Results
  • Good quality work on all projects
  • All projects can be continued and enhanced
  • Further work can involve both development and
    research
  • Seven publications, with 24 student authors,
    presented at 4 conferences
  • Important experience gained by both students and
    the instructor

13
The Future
  • Objectives
  • Encourage and channel student creativity
  • Lay the groundwork for dedication and excellence
    in teamwork
  • Instill sound engineering practices
  • Better prepare students for jobs

14
The Future
  • Priorities
  • Build stronger connections with the industry
  • Get better external and internal support for the
    course and its students
  • Improve course contents and requirements
  • Diversify project topics and increase projects
    impact
  • Justify capstone course designation
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