Most Relevant Project Paper Presentation

In this part of the class, you will have a chance to present the paper most related to your project. We'll need to arrange a schedule of presentations. We'll do about 3 per day which gives you about 20 minutes per person plus a few minutes for questions. Presentations will be on 3/6, 3/11 and 3/13

The first thing we need to do pick dates for presentations and you tell us which papers you are going to pick. If you are working in a group, you'll each present one paper so you'll need to pick the two most relevant papers. We'll pick presentation dates in class on Tuesday.

In your presentation, you should cover the main ideas of the paper and how they relate to your project.

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Preparation

Before class, give each paper the 15-20 minute read of abstract, introduction, conclusions and look at the pictures.

The schedule

Date Speaker Paper
3/6 Alan Wang et al. Interactive Modeling of Tree Bark
3/6 Ryan Sunkavalli et al. Factored Time-Lapse Video
3/6 Luther Pons and Boissonnat's recent Delaunay Deformable Models: Topology-Adaptive Meshes Based on the Restricted Delaunay Triangulation
3/11 Ilya Kartik Chandra et al. Aerial Image Relighting: Simulating Time of Day Variations
3/11 Daniel T. Lin Liang et al. Real-time texture synthesis by patch-based sampling
3/11 Cory Brian Lee et al. [http://hci.stanford.edu/ideas/publications/tr-example.pdf]
3/13 Ben Shin Ota et al. [http://www.springerlink.com/content/ym5pb9d3n0dch17j/]
3/13 Jie Ping Tan et al. [http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1275808.1276486]
3/13 Daniel A. Howard Zhou et al. [http://www.howardzzh.com/research/terrain/doc/terrain_TVCG2007_lowres.pdf]
3/18 Joe Ashutosh Saxena et al. [http://ai.stanford.edu/~ang/papers/iccv3drr07-learning3dscenestructure.pdf]

Grading

You will be graded on the following:

Content:

  1. Did you convey the main ideas in the paper? This has two parts: did you identify the key ideas in the paper and were you able to communicate them to the class?
  2. Did you discuss how the main ideas in the paper relate to your project?
  3. Was your presentation interesting and informative?

Presentation:

  1. were your visual aids useful?
  2. did you use all and only the alloted time?
  3. Did you speak clearly and at the right volume?
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