- Midterm Exam will be held on 21 April 2020, Tuesday, Class Hours (13:40-15:30).
It will be an open book exam. You can only have your textbook in the exam. No lecture slides,
notes, etc. Your book must not contain any notes on it. You must enter into Zoom and open your
WebCam during the exam.
- See the Presentation Schedule for your project
Check the Computational
Geometry Pages by Jeff Erickson for possible applications of
Computational Geometry and some project ideas.
First Homework Due Date:
Tuesday, February 25th, 2020 (Class hour)
Second Homework Due Date:
Tuesday, March 31st, 2020 (23:55)
Third Homework Due Date:
Thursday, April 30th, 2020 (23:55)
Fourth Homework Due Date:
Tuesday, May 21st, 2020 (23.55)
You should give a project proposal until February 25th, 2020, Tuesday (class hour)
stating the name of the project, a short project description of 2-3 paragraphs,
and name of the students that will do the project.
You will also give me a progress report (approximately 10 pages) until
March 24th, 2020, Tuesday (class hour), about the progress of your project,
covering a survey of the subject area, algorithms that you will use,
data structures, and other implementation details, etc. Include illustrations,
block diagrams, pseudo-codes to describe your approach.
Project presentations and demonstrations will be between 11-22 May 2020. Because 19 May 2020
is official holiday, we will do the presentations on 12 May Tuesday (2 Hours), 14 May Thursay
(2 Hours), and 21 May Thursday (2 Hours). Please note that we will have just one presentation
on 7 May at the end of Thursday lecture. Suleyman Aslan accepted to present his project on
We have 13 groups and each group will present their project in half an hour, including
presentation, questions, and demonstration. I want you to make an online demonstration
of the results at the end of your presentation. It could be an online demo, or you can
prepare a short video demonstration, whichever is applicable for you. In some cases,
it may take some time to run programs. In such cases, please prepare a demo video
previously so that we do not spend too much time.
- Each project group must submit a Final Project Report and a Zip Archive containing
three directories (Due: May 25th, 2020, Monday, 23.55). This deadline
is sharp. Final project report should be an extended version of the the progress
report and should extend it with implementation details, qualitative and
quantitative results of the project, etc. Please add new slides to your presentation for the things that you explained as answer to questions and comments made during the presentations, and correct any typographical errors that we indicate during the presentations.
- Progress Report (MS-Word or LaTeX + PDF),
- Final Report (MS-Word or LaTeX + PDF),
- Source Codes,
- README.TXT explaining how to install and run your program,
user interface (how to use the buttons, mouse, etc.) required libraries, databases, etc.
- Powerpoint (or any other type) Presentation
Last updated: April 28th, 2020