SD675 Project Topics

SD675 Project Topics


The term project is a significant component of the term's effort, and is really your opportunity to learn one particular portion of the course in greater depth. The range of possible project topics is extremely broad. This year I am proposing some specific project ideas. Each student will can one of the following areas for their project, or propose something else, related to the course and of interest to them or relevant to their research:

Students still need to submit a proposal, since each of these topics is very broad, and can be studied in a variety of ways. Generically I would suggest that you take one of the following three approaches (although each approach does not neccesarily make sense with each of the above topics): I have references to get you started on each of the topics. In addition, there are a variety of good pattern recognition related journals in the library: For students who have some specific topic in which they are interested, perhaps related to their research, you can select a project topic pretty well anywhere in the range of pattern recognition: clustering, hypothesis testing, parameter estimation, neural networks, self-organizing systems, grammars and state machines. You will need to write a clear proposal, outlining your objectives. Here some possible specific topics: You could also investigate the state of the art in any of a number of application areas: Here is a list of past projects. I would discourage you from doing anything too similar to these, but maybe these will help you in thinking of a topic of your own:

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