You will have 10 minutes to present and 5 minutes to shift between speakers and answer questions. Remember to properly introduce the context and problem that you are working on to the class before jumping into implementation and preliminary results (no one else has read your proposal). Your class project should be most of the way done by the presentation date, with the reading period mainly for generating final results and a well written paper.
The final paper is due Dec11. PLEASE READ THE FINAL PROJECT GUIDELINES for a description and example of what a final paper should look like.
Florian, Magaly, Katherine (robotics)
Rebecca and Jennifer (robotics)
Andy and Kate (robotics)
Amira and MarkP (cellular automata)
Michael Giles (traffic)
Yongwhan and Sara (robotics)
MarkY, Elena, Jonathan (traffic)
Saif and Harry (cellular automata)
Luna, Angie, Jazz (evolutionary algorithms)
Divyam (human collectives)
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