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Review of "Dynamically Reconfigurable Vision-based User Interfaces" by Rick Kjeldsen, Anthony Levas, Claudio Pinhanez. Reviewed by Andrew Davison, <<student no>> [email protected] 15th May 2013. Overview. 1. Introduction 1.1 iiiii 1 1.2 iiiii 2 2. Background 2.1 bbbbb 1

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Reviewed by andrew davison student no ad fivedots coe psu ac th 15th may 2013

Review of "Dynamically Reconfigurable Vision-based User Interfaces"by Rick Kjeldsen, Anthony Levas, Claudio Pinhanez

Reviewed by

Andrew Davison, <<student no>>[email protected]

15th May 2013


Overview

Overview

1. Introduction

1.1 iiiii 1

1.2 iiiii 2

2. Background

2.1 bbbbb 1

2.2 bbbbb 2

3. Results

4. Conclusions


1 introduction

1. Introduction

  • state problem

    • brief background may be necessary

  • state solutions/objectives

    • briefly list features, inputs, outputs

    • how does each feature help solve the problem?


1 introduction alt

1. Introduction (alt)

Tree of

components

implementing

three widgets


1 1 problem statement

1.1. Problem Statement

  • state problem

    • brief background information may be necessary

  • Use this slide if problem statement is big


1 2 objectives

1.2. Objectives

  • begin with 1 paragraph which states the solution

    • why does it solve the problem?

    • diagram showing the main components of your solution

  • Use this slide if objectives are big


Reviewed by andrew davison student no ad fivedots coe psu ac th 15th may 2013

  • give numbered paragraphs on aspects of the solution

    • design aims (e.g. use GUI I/O for ease of use);

      • most of the paragraphs will be design aims

    • implementation aims (e.g. use a prog. language that is supported on many machines;

    • testing aims (e.g. compare program with standard search engine to see if faster/easier to use)


2 background

2. Background

  • give background on the techniques used in this work

    • (e.g. networking, Java)

  • Say what sub-sections are in this part

    • why are they included?


2 1 blah blah 1 section for each topic

2.1. blah blah 1 section for each topic

  • in each section have:

    • say what the topic is

    • explain how it is used in the research


3 results

3. Results

  • Give the results

  • Use figure, table for each sub-result

  • Summarize the results in words

  • If a lot of resultsthen use sub-sections


4 conclusions

4. Conclusions

  • State Problems again

  • State Solutions again

  • Summarize conclusions from paper


Reviewed by andrew davison student no ad fivedots coe psu ac th 15th may 2013

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