Courses: EECS 205 - Advanced Scientific Visualization

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== Course Overview ==
 
== Course Overview ==
 
 
This course introduces advanced visualization techniques for various types of measured or computer-simulated data. Typical applications for these visualization techniques include the study of airflows around car bodies, medical data, and molecular structures. EECS 205 will be taught in VizClass, a completely digital classroom environment (see figure above).
 
This course introduces advanced visualization techniques for various types of measured or computer-simulated data. Typical applications for these visualization techniques include the study of airflows around car bodies, medical data, and molecular structures. EECS 205 will be taught in VizClass, a completely digital classroom environment (see figure above).
 
  
 
== Reference Documents ==
 
== Reference Documents ==
Course Syllabus (pdf)
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* Course Syllabus (pdf)
Grading (pdf)
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* Grading (pdf)
Coding Standards (pdf) (html)
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* Coding Standards (pdf) (html)
  
 
== Project Requirements ==
 
== Project Requirements ==
 
  
 
== Tools ==
 
== Tools ==
Familiarize yourself with CVS
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* Doxygen (required for all projects)
Familiarize yourself with doxygen
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* CVS or SVN (recommended as productivity tool)
EECS 205 Tips and Tricks: TA Website
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* Electronic Course Noteboard
Electronic Course Noteboard
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* Course Mailing List 15795-W06@classes.uci.edu
Course Mailing List 15795-W06@classes.uci.edu
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* Mailing List Archive
Mailing List Archive
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== Student Presentations ==
 
== Student Presentations ==
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== Assignments ==
 
== Assignments ==
Project 1 (pdf) - Sample data
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* Project 1 (pdf) - Sample data
Project 2 (pdf) - Sample data
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* Project 2 (pdf) - Sample data
Project 3 (pdf) - Sample data
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* Project 3 (pdf) - Sample data
Project 4
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* Project 4
  
 
== Reading Assignments ==
 
== Reading Assignments ==
  
 
== Source Code Examples ==
 
== Source Code Examples ==
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* EECS 205 Tips and Tricks: TA Website
  
 
== Important Dates ==
 
== Important Dates ==
01/09/2005 First day of class (EG3131)
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* 01/09/2005 First day of class (EG3131)
02/03/2006 Project 1 is due (midnight)
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* 02/03/2006 Project 1 is due (midnight)
02/22/2006 Project 2 is due (midnight) (SUBMIT)
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* 02/22/2006 Project 2 is due (midnight) (SUBMIT)
03/08/2006 Project 3 is due (midnight)
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* 03/08/2006 Project 3 is due (midnight)
03/22/2006 Project 4 is due (midnight)
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* 03/22/2006 Project 4 is due (midnight)
03/15/2006 Last day of class
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* 03/15/2006 Last day of class
  
 
== Announcements ==
 
== Announcements ==

Latest revision as of 01:16, 2 March 2006

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[edit] Course Overview

This course introduces advanced visualization techniques for various types of measured or computer-simulated data. Typical applications for these visualization techniques include the study of airflows around car bodies, medical data, and molecular structures. EECS 205 will be taught in VizClass, a completely digital classroom environment (see figure above).

[edit] Reference Documents

  • Course Syllabus (pdf)
  • Grading (pdf)
  • Coding Standards (pdf) (html)

[edit] Project Requirements

[edit] Tools

  • Doxygen (required for all projects)
  • CVS or SVN (recommended as productivity tool)
  • Electronic Course Noteboard
  • Course Mailing List 15795-W06@classes.uci.edu
  • Mailing List Archive

[edit] Student Presentations

[edit] Lecture Notes

[edit] Assignments

  • Project 1 (pdf) - Sample data
  • Project 2 (pdf) - Sample data
  • Project 3 (pdf) - Sample data
  • Project 4

[edit] Reading Assignments

[edit] Source Code Examples

  • EECS 205 Tips and Tricks: TA Website

[edit] Important Dates

  • 01/09/2005 First day of class (EG3131)
  • 02/03/2006 Project 1 is due (midnight)
  • 02/22/2006 Project 2 is due (midnight) (SUBMIT)
  • 03/08/2006 Project 3 is due (midnight)
  • 03/22/2006 Project 4 is due (midnight)
  • 03/15/2006 Last day of class

[edit] Announcements

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