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Course INF219/INF319: Project in Visualization (prosjekt i programmering)


Individual coach from VisGroup, fall or spring semester, 10 ECTS


This course (INF219/INF319, project in visualization) is about realizing a programming project in visualization.  INF219 is an important course in the UiB Master study programme in informatics with focus on visualization (MAMN-INFVI). INF319 is a course that can be take as part of the PhD study programme. 

    
image = result from a previous student project at Univ. of Vienna

Introduction

The INF219/INF319 project on visualization is a well-specified limited programming project which should be finished in one semester (when investing about one third of the available 100% studying time). 

Objective(s)

With this INF219/INF319 project on visualization students get into concrete touch with the field of visualization. Usually an INF219/INF319 project is tied to one of the running research projects in visualization. 

Topic(s)

Currently the following topics are offered for INF219 projects: 

   Visualization of Large Graphs (contact Daniel Patel for details)

   Data Flow Network Visualization (contact Paolo Angelelli for details)

   Visual Aids for Interactive Exploration of Publication Databases (contact Paolo Angelelli for details)

If you have a topic yourself or look for a project with another angle, or if you have general questions, please contact H. Hauser.

Results from finished projects

We present information about finished INF219/INF319 projects here (most recent up)

  Lidal, Endre M. (fall 2012)

  Lind, Andreas (spring 2012)

  Hisdal, Sondre (fall 2011)

  Waage, Jonas (spring 2011)

  Kehrer, Johannes (spring 2011)

  Daae Lampe, Ove (spring 2011)

  Bendiksen, Morten (spring 2010)

  Lie, Andreas (fall 2008)

  Sture, ěyvind (fall 2008)

  Refnes, Peder (spring 2008)

  Topland, Jostein (spring 2008)

  Johannessen, Robert (spring 2008)

  Nes, Gisle (fall 2007)

  Birkeland, Aasmund (spring 2007)

If you cannot find the project you were looking for, contact H. Hauser.

Teacher(s) & Contact

Individual coach from VisGroupcontact your individual coach (via FirstName.LastNameUiB.no) if you have a question related to the project in visualization

Siv Hovland Erstad: course administration - contact Siv Hovland Erstad (via Siv.ErstadUiB.no) with respect to administrative questions

 

Semester(s)

The course INF219/INF319, project in visualization, is offered in fall and in spring semester. 

Language

The language of communication in course INF219/INF319, project in visualization, is either English or Norsk, depending on the language capabilities of the individual coach. 

Prerequisites

Two years of programming experience are required. Many of the INF219/INF319 projects on visualization will be programmed in C/C++ or Java and OpenGl. 

Structure of course INF219/INF319

Programming is central to the INF219/INF319 project on visualization. Additionally, literature has to be researched (up to a limited extent) to access information that is important for the solution of the project. Upon completion of the course, the project is also briefly presented in the scope of the VisGroup. Documentation of the project is also included within the course, of course.

MAMN-INFVI Context

INF219/INF319, project in visualization, is an important course in the UiB Master study programme in informatics with focus on visualization (MAMN-INFVI).  It should be taken in the second semester of these Master studies. 

Embedding of INF219/INF319 in MAMN-INFVI

Evaluation

You get a pass/fail dependent on whether you successfully complete the project. This includes documentation and presentation of the project at the end. 

Credits

Students get 10 ECTS (when successfully finishing, of course).

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 Last change: Endre M. Lidal, 2013-06-11