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Project 6 Final Presentation

May 9, 6:30-9:30 PM

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 time line 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 appropraite). 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
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