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CSCE 496/896 Self-Managing Computer Systems. Ying Lu [email protected] 106 Schorr Center 472-5793 http://www.cse.unl.edu/~ylu/csce896/. Lecture Time & Place . MF 12:30-1:20 pm in Avery 108

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Csce 496 896 self managing computer systems

CSCE 496/896Self-Managing Computer Systems

Ying Lu

[email protected]

106 Schorr Center

472-5793

http://www.cse.unl.edu/~ylu/csce896/


Lecture time place

Lecture Time & Place

  • MF 12:30-1:20 pm in Avery 108

  • Note: except for the final project presentation during the 15th week, the class won’t meet on Wednesdays

  • Instead, on Wednesdays, I will often meet with individual student to give guidance on your upcoming presentation


Office project group meeting hours

Office/Project Group Meeting Hours

  • For the first five weeks:

    • Office hours: MF 2:30-4pm and by appointment

  • From the 6th week on:

    • Weekly meeting with each project group

    • Office hours only by appointment


Paper review i

Paper Review I

  • Each week

    • Read two papers

    • For each paper, write one page summary to state

      • the contributions of the paper

      • your critique of the paper (such as what you liked and didn’t like about the paper)

      • opportunities for future work on the topic


Paper review ii

Paper Review II

  • Each week

    • Email the summary of the paper to me before the day of the class when we will discuss the paper

    • Email subject: 496/896 SUMMARY

    • Email body: the title of the paper

    • Include your name and the title of the paper in the summary


Student presentation i

Student Presentation I

  • For the whole semester, each student will

    • Give two/three (most likely two) paper presentations in class and lead the in-class discussion of the papers


Student presentation ii

Student Presentation II

  • If you will present a paper on Friday

    • Submit your slides to me on Tuesday

    • Meet me 12:30-1:20pm Wednesday in my office (106 Schorr Center) to discuss the slides

  • If you will present a paper on Monday

    • Submit your slides to me on Thursday

    • Meet me Friday (say 1:30-2:20pm) in my office to discuss the slides


Project group

Project Group

  • Project group of 2/3 students conducts a substantial course project, where you will design and simulate some innovative aspect of self-managing computer systems


Project timeline i

Project Timeline I

  • Project group is formed within the first 3 weeks, with a list of group members submitted to me by Jan 28

  • Project topic is chosen by each group within the first 5 weeks


Project timeline ii

Project Timeline II

  • From the 6th week, each group will schedule a weekly 30-minute meeting with me to discuss progress and problems on your project

  • A 3-page project proposal is due on Mar 6 (the end of the 8th week)


Project timeline iii

Project Timeline III

  • Each group will give a 20-minute mid-term project presentation in class, on the week of Mar 7

  • Each group will give a 40-minute final project presentation before/during the 15th week, tentatively: on Apr 22 Friday, Apr 25 Monday, Apr 27 Wednesday and Apr 29 Friday


Project timeline iv

Project Timeline IV

  • Final project is due on May 2,

  • Each group should have

    • A complete set of results, software artifacts, demos, or developed theoretical findings

    • A 10-page, two-column, 11/10pt font project report explaining the main contributions


Grading

Grading

  • Paper reviews20% (up to 5% bonus)

  • Class participation10%

  • Paper presentation20% (2% bonus for 1st and 2nd student presenter)

  • Proposal & midterm presentation10%

  • Project final presentation10%

  • Project results and report30%


Announcement

Announcement

  • Read

    • How to read a CS research paper

    • Introduction to AC (Summary due 12:00pm Friday)


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