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CIS 772 Information Systems Project. Hakan Ferhatosmanoglu. Course outline. Winters, MWF (2002, 2003, 2004) Projects I propose 3, and encourage them to find their own. 6 groups (each 4-6 people): 3 chose mine, 3 chose theirs 2004: 3+3=6 projects

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course outline
Course outline
  • Winters, MWF (2002, 2003, 2004)
  • Projects
    • I propose 3, and encourage them to find their own.
    • 6 groups (each 4-6 people): 3 chose mine, 3 chose theirs
  • 2004: 3+3=6 projects
    • Genome-DB (6), Image-search (5), Medical (5),
    • Video (6), Bookstore (4), Firefighters (4)
  • Forming groups & projects
    • Project choice, groups, background survey
    • http://www.cis.ohio-state.edu/~hakan/CIS772/hw1.html
course outline1
Course Outline
  • First 3-4 week: I talk about technical details of the projects.
  • Last 5-6 weeks: Interaction.
    • Group presentations & discussions, class feedback, lectures
  • Project Proposal
  • Weekly progress reports
    • Written/verbal feedback given each week
  • Group Presentations
  • Mid-term and Final Demo
  • Final Report
    • Individual and Group Reports
capstone criteria 1 2 3
Capstone Criteria 1 & 2 & 3
  • Criteria 1 & 2
    • 772: Must be at the senior level
    • Four pre-requisites 560; 601; 516 or 757; 670
  • Criteria 3: Design component
    • Design is a main component
    • Database design
    • Design of data model, index, back-end server, user-interface
    • Programming design
    • Tasks, assignments, timelines
criteria 4 course content
Criteria 4: Course Content
  • Realistic constraints
      • Some projects with outside partners
      • All: Goal is final use by others
      • User-friendly design
      • Large-scale systems in modest machines
        • 120K images, Human/mouse genome, Mining over >100K movies
      • Fast – not just accurate – queries
  • Standards
      • XML, etc.
      • Image files, image processing, biomedical data
  • Maintainability
      • Emphasis during lectures (easy to extend, maintain)
      • Challenge: When quarter is over, the project is over!
  • Ethical, social issues
      • Implicit (outside partners, final product)-- 601
      • Use of data, permissions (AMA doctor list, etc.)
criteria 5 documentation
Criteria 5: Documentation
  • Project Proposal
  • Weekly group reports
    • Meeting minutes, Plans, goals, accomplishments, challenges, technical details
  • Individual Report
  • Final Report
  • Web-site
    • Demo
      • Engine with user-interface, help
    • All reports, minutes
criteria 6 oral presentation
Criteria 6: Oral Presentation
  • Each student makes at least one significant oral presentation (10 minutes or longer) <mostly 2-3>
  • Presentations:
    • Progress & Plans
    • Individual Accomplishments
    • Technical tutorials related to the Project
  • Feedback from the instructor and the class
    • Students are encouraged to give feedback to the presenters
    • Works well: Both technical and presentation related comments/critics
    • (Almost) full attendance to the class
  • Peer evaluation
    • Both verbal and written
    • Other groups, group members
criteria 7 teamwork
Criteria 7: Teamwork
  • All about teamwork
  • Self-organized groups
    • If not, I assign based on background/interest survey
  • 1 Meeting/ week: Mandatory (more in practice)
  • Projects are inter-disciplinary in nature
    • Students with molecular biology, genetics background
criteria 8 course size
Criteria 8: Course-size
  • Cap: 30
    • 30+2 students (maximum that could be handled)
    • 27 were on waiting list (17+10) – many of them were grads
      • Waited for the second week, and added 2 undergrads
  • Cap was 25 before:
    • 2003: 25+6
    • 2002: 25
  • 6 groups, 4-6 students per group