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Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing

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Welcome

 

This is the website for the Spring 2013 Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing course. This course is cross-listed for Computer Science grad students as CS 7470 and undergrads as CS 4605, and for Industrial Design grad students as ID 8900 and undergrads as ID 4823. Lectures are held 9:35PM - 10:55PM Tuesday and Thursday in College of Computing Room 17. Some supplementary lessons on prototyping equipment will be held in the Prototyping Lab in the basement of the Tech Square Research Building (TSRB).

 

Professors

 

Dr. Thad Starner (thad AT gatech.edu)

Office: Tech Square Research Building, Second Floor, Room 239
Office Hours: by email appointment

 

Dr. Gregory D. Abowd (abowd AT gatech.edu) 
Office: Tech Square Research Building, Third Floor, Room 329  or Health Systems Institute, 2nd Floor, Room 220H 
Office Hours: by email appointment

 

Clint Zeagler (clintzeagler AT gatech.edu)

Office Hours: by email appointment

 

TA

 

Caleb Southern (caleb.southern AT gatech.edu)
Office: Tech Square Research Building, Third Floor, Room 329 Student Area
Office Hours: by email appointment

 

Textbook

 

Krumm, J. (2009). Ubiquitous Computing (1st ed.). Chapman & Hall/CRC.

http://www.amazon.com/Ubiquitous-Computing-Fundamentals-John-Krumm/dp/1420093606

 

Readings

 

Everyone in the class will be expected to read the required readings. All the readings and when they are due will be posted on the Calendar

 

Students are also required to sign up for at least two additional readings, lead a class discussion on them, and submit a brief written summary of the reading. The additional readings and their due dates will be posted on the Calendar. You can sign up for the additional readings on T-Square (coming soon). Please do not wait until the end of the semester to pick your additional readings.

 

The readings are essential to your Class Participation grade.

 

Calendar

 

Dates, readings, additional readings and assignments are all posted on the Calendar . Please visit this page often as it will be updated regularly.

 

Projects

 

There will be two group projects during the semester. We will provide more information soon.

 

Projects from Previous Years

2011: http://gtubicomp.pbworks.com/w/browse/#view=ViewFolder&param=Project

2009: https://wiki.cc.gatech.edu/ccg/classes/muc/fall09

 

 

Grading

 

Computer Science Sections

 

 

  • Class Participation - 20%
  • Exams - 20%
  • Project 1 - 25% 
    • Proposal - 5%
    • Project work - 15%
    • Paper & Video - 5% 
  • Project 2 - 35%
    • Proposal - 5%
    • Project work - 15%
    • Paper & Video - 10%
    • Presentation - 5%

 

 

Industrial Design

ID 4823: Undergraduate Section

 

  • Class Participation - 10% 
  • Project 1 - 40%
    • Proposal - 5%
    • Project work - 15%
    • Paper - 10%
    • Video / Poster - 5% 
  • Project 2 - 50%
    • Proposal - 5%
    • Project work - 10%
    • Paper - 10%
    • Video / Poster - 5%
    • Presentation - 5%

 

ID 8900: Graduate Section

 

  • Class Participation - 5% 
  • Project 1 - 35%
    • Proposal - 5%
    • Project work - 10%
    • Paper - 10%
    • Video / Poster- 5% 
  • Project 2 - 50%
    • Proposal - 5%
    • Project work - 10%
    • Paper - 10%
    • Video / Poster - 5%
    • Presentation - 5% 
  • Exam 10%

 

 

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