20 EECE 703 002
W 4-5 PM BALDWIN 749
This seminar is intended for Computer Engineering graduate students.
- Attendance rules:
- You are expected to attended every seminar.
- If you fail to attend more than one seminar meeting, you will not receive
credit for the course.
- Course project:
- Write a 5000 word paper on a narrow aspect of Computer Engineering
using at least twenty references.
- The references can be no further in the past than 2005.
- Supply full IEEE standard style references.
- Have the topic of your paper approved by the course instructor by the
end of the third week. Topics could include
- Learning Interestingness thresholds in Data Mining
- Adaptive quality measures in Data Mining
- Handling imprecision in DM
- Handling imprecision in SW
- Managing partially conflicting ontologies in the same project
- Handling imprecision in ontologies
- Quality measures for ontologies
- Verification of the correctness of ontologies
- Use Microsoft Word in either .RTF or .DOC format.
- Electronically submit your paper by midnight, Friday, end of the fifth
- Manage your references using RefWorks.
- The RefWorks slides and other resources are available at: www.engrlib.uc.edu/workshops/refworks/
For additional help, students can contact Randy Roberts (email@example.com
/ 513-556-1864), Senior Librarian at Langsam, for any questions related
to RefWorks. They can also contact the RefWorks seminar presenter at firstname.lastname@example.org
if they have any problems.
- Submit your paper to SafeAssign and subsequently electronically submit
by midnight, Friday, end of the fifth quarter, an acceptable SafeAssign
report along with your paper. An acceptable SafeAssign report indicates
that there is 2% or less duplicate material in your paper.
- You can access SafeAssign through Blackboard.
Contact your instructor through email at: email@example.com
Last changed: 9 April 2010