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  1. Final Exam
    It will be Thurs Dec 14 from 6:30 to 9:30 pm in DCC 324. The rules will be the same as for the midterm. More details about the contents will be posted later.
    Please tell me about conflicts and special needs.
    The exam is here.
  2. Syllabus
  3. Announcements
  4. Calendar
  5. Homeworks
    1. Homework 1 due Sep 6, Solution
    2. Homework 2 due Sep 13, Solution
    3. Homework 3 due Sep 20, Solution, menger.c
    4. Homework 4 due Sep 27, Solution, hw4paint.c
    5. Homework 5 due Oct 4, Solution, hw5transform.c
    6. Homework 6 due Oct 11 in the lab, Solution
    7. Homework 7 due Nov 1 in lab, Solution
    8. Homework 8 due Nov 8 in lab, Solution.
    9. Homework 9 due Nov 15 in lab, Solution.
    10. No homework due Nov 22.
    11. Homework 10 due Nov 29 in lab, Solution.
  6. Lectures
    1. Lecture 1, Mon 28 Aug
    2. Lecture 2, Thu 31 Aug
    3. Lecture 3, Thu 7 Sep
    4. Lecture 4, Mon 11 Sep
    5. Lecture 5, Thu 14 Sep
    6. Lecture 6, Mon 18 Sep
    7. Lecture 7, Thu 21 Sep
    8. Lecture 8, Mon 25 Sep
    9. Lecture 9, Thu 28 Sep
    10. Lecture 10, Mon 2 Oct
    11. Lecture 11, Thu 5 Oct
    12. Lecture 12, Tues 10 Oct
    13. Mon 16 Oct: lecture cancelled, prof sick.
    14. Midterm exam, Solution, Thu 12 Oct
    15. No lecture on Oct 19; instead go to the RPI Computer Science Day on Friday. It will have 4 world-famous computational geometers.
      1. Herbert Edelsbrunner (Duke): Topology and Biology
      2. Piotr Indyk (MIT): Algorithms for Geometric Search Problems
      3. Ravi Kannan (Yale): Random Sampling of Massive Structures
      4. Jean Ponce (UIUC): Geometry and 3D Computer Vision
      The conference will be all day, taking place on Fri Oct 20 from 9:15 am - 5 pm, in the Biotech Auditorium. More details (such as abstracts) can be found at http://www.cs.rpi.edu/news/rpicsday/.
    16. Lecture 13, Mon 23 Oct
    17. Lecture 14, Thu 26 Oct
    18. Lecture 15, Mon 30 Oct
    19. Lecture 16, Thu 2 Nov
    20. Lecture 17, Mon 6 Nov
    21. Lecture 18, Thu 9 Nov
    22. Lecture 19, Mon 13 Nov
    23. Lecture 20, Thu 16 Nov
    24. Lecture 21, Mon 20 Nov
    25. Lecture 22, Mon 27 Nov
    26. Lecture 23, Thu 30 Nov
    27. Lecture 24, Mon 4 Dec
  7. Midterm Exam
    Here is some material to help you study for the midterm. This year's topics may be slightly different, but will be mostly the same. Since there are a finite number of electrons in the universe and they say that recycling is good, I'll recycle many of these questions.
    1. Sample questions
    2. Spring 2005 midterm exam
    3. Fall 2005 midterm exam
      The lab session on Wed will be a review for the midterm.
  8. Term Project
    1. For the latter part of the course, most of your homework time will be spent on a term project.
    2. You may do it in teams of up to 3 people. A team of 3 people would be expected to do twice as much work as 1 person.
    3. You may combine this with work for another course, provided that both courses know about this and agree. I always agree.
    4. You may build on existing work, either your own or others'. You have to say what's new, and have the right to use the other work. E.g., using any GPLed code or any code on my website is automatically allowable.
    5. You will implement, demonstrate, produce a video on, and document something vaguely related to Computer Graphics.
    6. You will sign up to demo it to Lu in one of the last two labs.
    7. Schedule (email all deliverables to Lu).
      1. Nov 1: title, team members, 100 word summary.
      2. Nov 8: brief progress report, to show that you've at least thought a little more.
      3. Nov 15: brief progress report.
      4. Nov 29: brief progress report.
      5. Nov 29 or Dec 6: 10 minute demo in lab. There will be a signup sheet; sign up early to get your first choice.
      6. Dec 6: final project report including code, video, documentation.
  9. Computer Graphics In The News
  10. Site Creation Notes




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