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  2. Experimental command line code to
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Goals

  1. To work as a team to design and build a system to do an instantaneous (less then 5 seconds for complete search) search of over 32,000 text files (40GB of data) from Project Gutenberg. This files are found on cslab.kenyon.edu at /home/skon/books.
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 Each team will design the complete architecture of a web based solution. You should use my code as a starting point. What features are reasonable, and will make the product useful?

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4. Team Presentation (May 9)

This is a formal (team) presentation of the final state of project 6. The presentation should address the following topics:

  1. A review of the processes and timeline of your project
  2. A review of the solutions (algorithms and data structures) explored, the experiments done to prove (or disprove) the viability of each, and the results of the experiments.
  3. A description of the final solution, including a graphical illustration of the techniques employed, along with (small) code snippets (if appropriate). I want you to carefully and completely describe the architecture and algorithms of your solution. A big part of the grade will be how clearly and concisely you describe your solution. (It will certainly include visual diagrams of the solutions)
  4. A empirical evaluation of the resulting solution (actual numbers) that shows both the time and space required for the solution, and includes both the index creation and the. Tables (concise) and graphs are appropriate.
  5. A clean demonstration of the systems operation.
  6. An evaluation of the what mistakes you made, what you learned, how you would do things different. What wrong assumptions did you make.
  7. A conclusion
5. Final system (May 9)
  There will be a final presentation of the system, with algorimthmic and architectural designs given, and a demonstration.

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 Each team will meet with the professor to get approval of design, as a team.

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A command line program should be written that allow a term to be entered, and generates and displays a list of all matches in the form of a numbered list of Book titles, plus the number of matches for each book. It may optional also allow you to select a boke, and print the matches in the book.
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A command line program should be written that tests the ideas you made for step one. The idea is to make sure you design is going to works as you expect it to work, before you commit to a full system based on that design.
 
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For example, you might write a program that builds an index and then allows a search term to be entered, and then the program generates and displays a list of all matches in the form of a numbered list of Book titles, plus the number of matches for each book. Perhaps it could also allow you to select a book, and print the matches in the book.

What you do here depends on what you need to test.

You will need to turn in the code, a few meaningful runs, and a writeup explain the significance of the experiment and the runs.

Moodle Link

 
3. Complete Architectural and user interface design (May 1)

Each team will design the complete architecture of a web based solution. You should use my code as a starting point. What features are reasonable, and will make the product useful?

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Project 3 Team Assignments

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Iduma, Elizabeth
Wilhelm, John
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Team 1 Alperin, Jessie
Murphy, Aidan
Solorio, Christian
 
Team 2 Coire Gavin-Hanner
Seaver, Alexander
Team 3 Fukuyama, Miku
Vance, Spalding
Yanqi Xu
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Team 4 Olivier, Daniel
Juviand Rivera
Murphy, Aidan
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Team 4 Juviand Rivera
Wilhelm, John
Neau Tess
 
Team 5 Schutz, Joey
Twitchell, Natalie
Basting, Preston
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Team 6 Ogilvie-Thompson, Harold
Alperin, Jessie
Grigull, Bennett
Team 7 Neau Tess
Khan, Malik Ahmed
Ghada Bokbauk
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Team 6 Ogilvie-Thompson, Harold
Iduma, Elizabeth
Grigull, Bennett
Team 7 Olivier, Daniel
Khan, Malik Ahmed
Ghada Bokbauk
 
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Project 6 - Massive Word Search

Team Project

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  1. Algorithmic and Architectral Design - April 24
  2. Experimental command line code to
    demonstrate algorithm - April 28
  3. User Interface Design - May 1
  4. Complete System - May 5
 
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Goals

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  1. To work as a team to design and build a system to do an instantaneous (less then 5 seconds for complete search) search of over 32,000 text files (40GB of data)
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  1. To work as a team to design and build a system to do an instantaneous (less then 5 seconds for complete search) search of over 32,000 text files (40GB of data) from Project Gutenberg. This files are found on cslab.kenyon.edu at /home/skon/books.
 
  1. To reflect on the benefits and challenges of team software development

Method

Teams will be forms by the professor. The teams will work together, and closely with the professor professor to design and build a system to search and display matches, with books titles, quickly (under 5 seconds).

Steps

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0. Reflections on team software development (complete 3 by May 5)

Throughout this process you are to reflect consciously on values, pitfalls, and lessons learned about team software development. You will be required to reflect on these aspects 3 times throughout the project, on three different days. There is a google form that you will submit you answers to here: Google Form

1. Algorithmic design (April 24)
  The teams will begin by brainstorming methods to allow quick searching of the large document repository. This will include creating command line experimental programs to test and demonstrate the capabilities of the proposed techniques. You MUST prove that your methods can work BEFORE you move on to the next step.

First design an algorithm and architecture you believe will meet the prerequisite performance, and justify your belief in the performance. Include estimates of how much memory and disk space is required for your solution.

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Each team will meet with the professor to get approval of design, as a team
2. Experimental program to prove/refine algorithmic design
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Each team will meet with the professor to get approval of design, as a team.

Moodle Link

2. Experimental program to prove/refine algorithmic design (April 28)
  A command line program should be written that allow a term to be entered, and generates and displays a list of all matches in the form of a numbered list of Book titles, plus the number of matches for each book. It may optional also allow you to select a boke, and print the matches in the book.
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3. Complete architectual and user interface design
 
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Each team will desigh the complete architecture of a web based solution. You should use my code as a starting point. What features are reasonable, and will make the product useful?
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Moodle Link
3. Complete Architectural and user interface design (May 1)

Each team will design the complete architecture of a web based solution. You should use my code as a starting point. What features are reasonable, and will make the product useful?

Moodle Link

4. Final system (May 5)
  There will be a final presentation of the system, with algorimthmic and architectural designs given, and a demonstration.
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Moodle Link
 

Project 3 Team Assignments

Team Name Team Members
Team 1 Solorio, Christian
Iduma, Elizabeth
Wilhelm, John

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META TOPICPARENT name="Spring2017"

Project 6 - Massive Word Search

Team Project

  1. Algorithmic and Architectral Design
  2. Experimental command line code to demonstrate algorithm
  3. User Interface Design
  4. Complete System
openredbook.jpg


Goals

  1. To work as a team to design and build a system to do an instantaneous (less then 5 seconds for complete search) search of over 32,000 text files (40GB of data)
  2. To reflect on the benefits and challenges of team software development

Method

Teams will be forms by the professor. The teams will work together, and closely with the professor professor to design and build a system to search and display matches, with books titles, quickly (under 5 seconds).

Steps

1. Algorithmic design

The teams will begin by brainstorming methods to allow quick searching of the large document repository. This will include creating command line experimental programs to test and demonstrate the capabilities of the proposed techniques. You MUST prove that your methods can work BEFORE you move on to the next step.

First design an algorithm and architecture you believe will meet the prerequisite performance, and justify your belief in the performance. Include estimates of how much memory and disk space is required for your solution.

Each team will meet with the professor to get approval of design, as a team

2. Experimental program to prove/refine algorithmic design

A command line program should be written that allow a term to be entered, and generates and displays a list of all matches in the form of a numbered list of Book titles, plus the number of matches for each book. It may optional also allow you to select a boke, and print the matches in the book.

3. Complete architectual and user interface design

Each team will desigh the complete architecture of a web based solution. You should use my code as a starting point. What features are reasonable, and will make the product useful?

4. Final system

There will be a final presentation of the system, with algorimthmic and architectural designs given, and a demonstration.

Project 3 Team Assignments

Team Name Team Members
Team 1 Solorio, Christian
Iduma, Elizabeth
Wilhelm, John
Team 2 Coire Gavin-Hanner
Seaver, Alexander
Team 3 Fukuyama, Miku
Vance, Spalding
Yanqi Xu
Team 4 Olivier, Daniel
Juviand Rivera
Murphy, Aidan
Team 5 Schutz, Joey
Twitchell, Natalie
Basting, Preston
Team 6 Ogilvie-Thompson, Harold
Alperin, Jessie
Grigull, Bennett
Team 7 Neau Tess
Khan, Malik Ahmed
Ghada Bokbauk

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