CS494 -- Presentation Order

James S. Plank

Fall, 2017

Below is the order of presentations, and your assignments. After that, I have requirements and suggestions:
cdean16       09/07 - SRM 635, D1, 250 (SimilarRatingGraph)
doneal5       09/07 - SRM 636, D1, 250 (ChocolateDividingEasy)
nskuda        09/12 - SRM 713, D1, 500 (DFSCount)
lmills9       09/14 - SRM 622, D1, 250 (BuildingRoutes)
ztrzil        09/14 - SRM 638, D1, 300 (ShadowSculpture)
kburova       09/19 - SRM 460, D2, 1000 (TheCitiesAndRoadsDivTwo)
cdavid11      09/21 - SRM 623, D1, 300 (UniformBoard)
daaser2       09/21 - SRM 628, D1, 250 (DivisorsPower)
molson5       09/26 - SRM 652, D1, 500 (MaliciousPath)
tsharpe1      10/03 - SRM 633, D1, 250 (PeriodicJumping)
jzhao29       10/03 - SRM 678, D1, 500 (TheEmpireStrikesBack)
grouleau      10/10 - SRM 648, D1, 500 (KitayutaMart)
sbrow109      10/12 - SRM 632, D1, 250 (PotentialArithmeticSequence)
dmusgrav      10/12 - SRM 667, D1, 250 (OrderOfOperations)
mmacneil      10/17 - SRM 582, D1, 250 (SpaceWarDiv1)
sbarton7      10/17 - SRM 665, D1, 300 (LuckySum)
kye2          10/19 - TCO 2017 1A 1000 (PolygonRotation)
ateepe        11/02 - SRM 566, D1, 250 (PenguinSledding)
jwalk110      11/02 - SRM 666, D1, 222 (WalkOverATree)
dlowe7        11/07 - SRM 681, D1, 250 (FleetFunding)
avalesky      11/14 - SRM 637, D1, 500 (PathGame)
gjones2       11/16 - SRM 630, D1, 250 (Egalitarianism3)
swardick      11/16 - SRM 634, D1, 250 (ShoppingSurveyDiv1)
ypei2         11/21 - SRM 650, D1, 500 (TheKingsRoadsDiv1)
tdixon12      11/28 - SRM 485, D1, 250 (AfraidOfEven)
mgoin         11/28 - SRM 624, D1, 250 (BuildingHeights)
rriedel1      11/30 - TCO 015, Q1B 1000 (TheTreeAndMan)
madams56      12/05 - SRM 649, D1, 550 (XorSequence)

Requirements


Suggestions

I have done all of these problems, and have written up hints and help. Sometimes it's sketchy, and sometimes it is more expansive. Regardless, I am happy to share these with you. Just send me email. It's a good idea to look at what I've written -- even if you solve the problem with no help, it's often interesting to see how I solved it, and that may help you develop your presentation.

You can look up solutions as well on topcoder's web site. That's fine too. This is more about the presentation than the fact that you solved the problem.

You cannot lift graphics, either from my hints or from topcoder/wikipedia. Do your own graphics and customize them for your talk.

If you want to talk things over, go to Aaron's office hours or schedule a time to talk with him.

Repeat after me: "Pictures are better than text." "Pictures are better than text." "Pictures are better than text."