|Kursusnavn (dansk):||Pervasive Computing Project |
|Kursusnavn (engelsk):||Pervasive Computing Project |
|Semester:||Efterår 2017 |
|Udbydes under:||cand.it., softwareudvikling og -teknologi (sdt) |
|Omfang i ECTS:||7,50 |
|Min. antal deltagere:||1 |
|Forventet antal deltagere:||0 |
|Maks. antal deltagere:||30 |
|Formelle forudsætninger:||The student must have passed the Pervasive Computing (lectures) course (SPCT). |
|Læringsmål:||After completing the course, students is expected to be able to:
Construct pervasive computing systems (IoT systems), including:
(1) analyze a problem and derive requirements,
(2) make appropriate design decisions during system design and
(3) develop software and hardware architecture,
(4) do system implementation and
(5) carry out experimental evaluation of this implementation against requirements.
|Fagligt indhold:||The course consists of performing a complete IoT system design project including all important phases such as idea generation, problem formulation, requirements, design, implementation, and experimental evaluation. The project is performed in small student groups. |
Project work with supervision.
The teaching language will be English unless all teachers and students speak Danish.
|Obligatoriske aktivititer:||Der er ingen obligatoriske aktiviteter. Vær venlig KUN at ændre denne tekst når der er obligatoriske aktiviteter./
There are no mandatory activities. Please, change this text ONLY when there are mandatory activities.
|Eksamensform og -beskrivelse:||CG: Skriftlige arbejder i grupper uden mundtlig eksamen., (7-scale, internal exam)|
The hand-in exam has the shape of a report formatted as an ACM conference research paper, authored by the group of students that have collaborated on the specific design project. The report is complemented by a presentation made by the student group at a presentation event taking place close to the report hand-in date. The assessment is performed by an internal censor committee consisting of senior IoT researchers at ITU as well as the course responsible, and potentially also PhD-level course assistants.
Group size: 2-3 students.
|Litteratur udover forskningsartikler:||Book: John Krumm (Ed.) Ubiquitous Computing Fundamentals. 2009. CRC Press |