TSBB11 Images and Graphics, Project Course CDIO
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Course Information, 2016-HT
- The course comprises 12 ECTS credits, equivalent to about 8 × 40h = 320H. This time is divided into the following activities
- Project 240h
- Entrepreneurship 80h
This course is held during the academic periods HT1 + HT2.
Current information and documents will be provided through the LISAM website .
- Monday 29/8 at 13:15-15:00: introductory seminar with project assignments (in P30)
- Monday 29/8 at 15:15-17:00: introduction to Scrum (in P30)
- Examiner: Fahad Khan
- Supervisors: Hannes Ovren, Gustav Hager, Felix Jaremo Lawin, Ingemar Ragnemalm,
We are located in the B-house A-corridor between the entrance 27 and 29 in the ground floor.
The literature on the current projects will be presented during group supervision.
Regarding the LIPS model for project management, there is a compendium by Tony Smith and Christian Krysander "project model LIPS" that should be available on the academic bookshop (Bokakademin).
Regarding SCRUM project management, there will be a lecture by an external expert, see above.
There are many different options what to base the project code on, including using Octave (or its commercial counterpart), Python, and OpenCV. Development should be done in a suitable IDE (e.g. Eclipse; also readily packaged with OpenCV as Ceemple), should be well documented (e.g. Doxygen), and should be organized in a suitable repository (SVN, GIT).
To get emails about the course and get your results entered into Ladok you must be registered on the course. If you intend to take the course but not yet registered, make sure to do it promptly through the Student Portal. If you wish to take the course without being a student at Linköping university, please contact the examiner to get email about the course.
The course emailing list is firstname.lastname@example.org
This CDIO course contains a 3hp entrepreneurship part. More information about this course work is available here .
Examination will be conducted in accordance with the instructions in the student handbook.
Course Calendar (preliminary dates)
- Monday V35: CDIO introductory lecture and projects presentation
- Friday V35: First enterpreneurship lecture
- BP1 (staffing of the project): 2016-08-29
- BP2 (stable version of project plan, requirements specification, system view to be submitted): 2016-09-21
- BP5 (all funktionalities according to specification, test protocol, user guide, and draft of technical documentation: 2016-12-12
BP6 Final presentations (website and poster, presentation, reflection document, and final technical documentation) 2016-12-19
Senast uppdaterad: 2016-11-18