The following are the information for the course projects
for my Operating Systems and Language Processing courses.
Unless otherwise noted, the information is common to both
courses. The course specific information is labeled
as OS and LP, for the Operating Systems and Language Processing
Project Type Selection
Form a team of three students and register your team
by the following way. If you have difficulty in finding a team
mate, please contact the instructor immediately.
To register your team, send an email message to
firstname.lastname@example.org (OS) or email@example.com (LP).
Set the subject of the message as "OS07 PROJECT" (OS)
and "LP07 PROJECT" (LP).
Write the members of your team in the message body,
one member in each line and place the team leader on the first line.
Each line consists of three parts, separated by a comma (,):
email_address, first_name, last_name .
The following example shows a message header and body for
registering the team of Yamada, Tanaka and Suzuki for
the OS course project.
Your team work on either (1) survey or (2) programming (experiment)
project. For the survey project, you will collect the information
from articles on the technical magazines or academic journals
and/or web and other medium. For the programming project,
you may write experimental programs related to the course subject.
More details, including suggested project problems, will be
posted on this page later.
However, your team may start looking for the possible project
topic now and consult with the instructor if the topic is
acceptable for the project.
The deadline for the project type selection is Oct 19.
The list of current team registraion
. It is expected that the list is incomplete and incorrect
for the reasons described on the
course notice board.
Correction and late registraion (for those who missed the deadline)
can be made during the Exercise class periods this week
(Oct 16 for OS and Oct 18 for LP) in person with 5pt penalty.
Please check the
revised project team list which should reflect the corrections
and addtions made this week. If you find any mistake or problem,
please contact the instructor immediately.
Final team list with project types.
From now on, please use the team number at the beginning of the line
for identifying your team.
Project Type Registration
By Oct 19 5pm, please register the project type of your team
as follows. Send a null (empty) message to either
or firstname.lastname@example.org (LP)
with subject "PROJECT SURVEY" or "PROJECT EXPERIMENT" .
Only the team leader may send this message.
Do not send the message more than once to avoid confusion.
This page provides you with the information
on how to proceed your course project.
Revisions, additions and corrections will be made as needed.
First Progress Report
The first progress reports of the following teams have been
accepted. Some of them should re-submit with refinement.
All other teams did not follow the instructions in Exercise 5
and/or the Course Notice Board and their reports were not
accepted. However, they have to re-submit the reports
by November 9 if they want to continue with their projects.
Each team is identified by their team ID and the name of
Around the end of this semester (exact dates are TBD),
each team will make a presentation of their project results
(for 15 to 20min). Presentation materials (slides and handout,
if you choose to use) should be in English but the oral presentation
can be in the language of your choice.
The course project takes 20% of the final course grade.
Out of 20%, 5% has already been assigned to the team registration
and status report(s). The rest of the project grade will be
determined by the project presentation with the following
Relevance of the topic to the course
Understanding of the material (e.g. papers and articles used for
Correctness of the methodology
Correctness of the results, conclusion and/or criticism
Quality of the presentation materials (such as presentation slides)
Organization of the presentation
Collaboration among team members
Task distribution (i.e. contribution of each member should be
equal or at least similar)
After the presentation, please submit the following items:
Your presentation slides
Papers/articles referenced in your project
A report summarizing your project
Programs, their results and any materials related to the experiments
conducted in your project
You may submit hard copies of above items,
but (in addition to the hard copies)
submission of electrical files is preferred
A blank media (e.g. CDROM ) can be provided if you need.
If you use a USB memory, it will be returned after the submission
materials have been copied.