CS 290F: Special Projects in Multimedia Networking
This is a first-time course specifically focused on supporting new or
ongoing projects in multimedia networking. Project topics are essentially
open. While students do not have to have a specific idea in mind when
starting the course, the more clearly conceptualized the topic, the more
quickly work can begin--a definite advantage in a 10 week course.
- Identify and study the important multimedia networking related conferences and journals.
- Learn to critically evaluate papers in multimedia networking.
- Practice in identifying important and interesting problems to solve.
- Develop techniques for evaluating solutions to identified problems.
- Write a conference-quality paper encompassing an idea and its evaluation.
- Practice presentation and information delivery skills.
- Use some of the advanced research currently underway in the field as models.
- Lecture Time/Place: Tue/Thu; 9:00am to 11:00am; Phelps 1401
- Course WWW Page: http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/~almeroth/classes/F04.290F/
- Required Text: None
- Required Prerequisites: CS276 or equivalent, i.e.
graduate-level knowledge of computer networking concepts.
Kevin Almeroth (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Office 2113, Engineering I
Office Hours: By appt (hint: 11:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-2:00pm on T/Th)
Last updated 23-Sep-04 at 09:00
- Milestones and Homework: 25%
- In-class presentations
- Critiques of and participation in other student presentationss
- Paper reviews
- Conference Quality Project Paper: 75%