CS 888, Spring 2012 - Implicit Surfaces
Last Updated: May 6, 2012
Everyone is expected to read all the papers to be presented.
presenting a paper will likely need to review some additional
papers. The presentation should NOT just be a restating of the
paper - everyone should have read it and not need the restatement.
Instead, the presentation should be a critique of the paper,
addressing such issues as what is the main contribution of
the paper?; how does this paper fit in with previous
(and possibly) later work; is this an important paper or a
minor paper?; what are future directions for research?
The presentation is hopefully participatory, with students
and faculty asking questions where appropriate, and with
an extended discussion of the paper at the end of the
A grade of 30, 35, or 40 will be assigned to each
presentation, with the following grading scheme being a rough
guide to the marking:
Additional adjustments from these marks are occasionally made
for especially good (or poor) presentations.
- 30: Minimal or no critique; just a recitation of the paper.
- 35: Some attempt at a critique, but little beyond what's
in the paper.
- 40: A critique with strong insights.
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