Thursday, 25 October 2012

Final Treatise

After two rounds of revision, I finally handed in the treatise, which is the biggest assessment for this project, on Wednesday.

The main body consists of 6 chapters -- the Introduction, Literature Review, Design, Analysis, Discussion and Conclusion. It also uses some graphs and tables to help illustrate the problem. The treatise shows what I have done and what I have learnt through the whole project from March to October.

Now, I will start to prepare the presentation on November 12th or 13th.

Friday, 12 October 2012

Draft Treatise

This week, I have been working on the draft version of the treatise, and submitted the soft copy online this afternoon.

Although I got several separated documents which I edited during the process, it still took me a great efforts to write the treatise. Despite of the compulsory description of experiment design, implementation and analysis, I would like to focus on the learning process and trade-off decisions I made during the whole project. Thanks to all the documentations, notes and online blogs, it was not too hard to recall all details in each phase.

Up to now, the draft treatise includes the introduction, literature review, experiment design, implementation work and part of the analysis. Next week, I will continue to work on the draft and want to finish the main body before Thursday evening.

Friday, 5 October 2012

Data Analysis 2.2

This week I finished the further analysis of symmetry of m by adjusting the height of the line, to move it up and down a bit. I also test the feature on external dataset as well. The result is similar to what I got from the middle line.

Then I organised the results and start to edit the draft treatise. I discussed with the supervisor about the outline, and got a clear idea of what to write in each part.