CSE 6362 Spring 2003 - Intelligent Environments

Tentative Schedule

Class Day Date Topic Readings Due
1 M 01/13/2003 Introduction    
2 W 01/15/2003 Intelligent Environments Heierman01  
---- M 01/20/2003 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day    
3 W 01/22/2003 Intelligent Environments   Quiz 1
4 M 01/27/2003 Intelligent Environments    
5 W 01/29/2003 Sensors Orr00 Quiz 2
6 M 02/03/2003 Sensors   HW1
7 W 02/05/2003 Networks Xilinx01 Quiz 3
8 M 02/10/2003 Networks    
9 W 02/12/2003 Networks   Quiz 4
10 M 02/17/2003 Database Navas01  
11 W 02/19/2003 Database   Quiz 5
12 M 02/24/2003 Prediction Gorniak00 HW2
13 W 02/26/2003 Class and quiz canceled   Quiz 6
14 M 03/03/2003 Class canceled    
15 W 03/05/2003 Prediction
Dr. Diane Cook, UTA
  Quiz 7
16 M 03/10/2003 Decision Making Jensen00a and Jensen00b  
17 W 03/12/2003 Decision Making   Quiz 8
---- F 03/14/2003     HW3
---- M 03/17/2003 Spring Vacation    
---- W 03/19/2003 Spring Vacation    
18 M 03/24/2003 PerCom    
19 W 03/26/2003 PerCom   Quiz 9**
---- F 03/28/2003     Presentation Proposal
20 M 03/31/2003 Decision Making   HW4
21 W 04/02/2003 Robotics
Dr. Manfred Huber, UTA
Roy00 Quiz 10**
---- F 04/04/2003     Project Proposal
22 M 04/07/2003 Privacy and Security Bergstrom01  
23 W 04/09/2003 UTA MavHome
Michael Youngblood, UTA
Cook03 Quiz 11
24 M 04/14/2003 Student Presentations *  
25 W 04/16/2003 Student Presentations * Quiz 12
26 M 04/21/2003 Student Presentations *  
27 W 04/23/2003 Conclusions and Future Directions   Quiz 13
28 M 04/28/2003 Project Demonstrations    
29 W 04/30/2003 Project Demonstrations    
---- M 05/05/2003     Project

* Readings for student presentation days include the papers for all presentations that day. See the presentation schedule for the list of papers.

** In place of quizzes 9 and 10, students will submit a summary of two talks attended at the PerCom conference. Each summary should include the date, time, and title of the talk, the presenter's name and affiliation, and a one-paragraph summary of the talk in your own words, including a brief assessment of the topic presented (e.g., what do you think are the strengths and weaknesses of the approach, how does it relate to our class discussions). These summaries are due by midnight on Wednesday, April 2.