Each student (possibly with a partner) is expected to propose and
complete a final project, likely with substantial programming efforts
related to geometric computation. Many topics will be suggested, but
students are free to select their own project topic.
Possible projects include but are not limited to an improved
implementation of a geometric algorithm from a paper, a
synthesis of techniques from several papers, or a work that presents
an in-depth analysis on the state of the art. The projects are expected
to have some research content.
All students are required to document the progress and results
(program executables, images, video clips, reports, etc.) of
their final projects using html. Please inform the instructor your
project website location, as soon as you finish setting it up.
Here is the list of final projects:
Schedules for presentations:
List of Suggested Course Projects: