Seminar "Compiler Construction and Embedded Systems"
The Scheine are available at our secretary.
Opening hours: TUE 8:30–12:30, MON|WED..FRI 13:00–17:00.
The talks took place at the chair's seminar room at 16:15 (s. t.).
|Fixed Point Theory and Applications||Zimmer||06/16||Lucas|
|Power Consumption||Bühler||08/11, 14:00 s. t.||Fritz|
To pass the course, you have to fulfill the following requirements.
- Write a report (in English or German) about your topic. The length depends on the particular
topic and shall be negotiated with your advisor.
- Give an English presentation of 45 minutes (excluding discussion).
- Hand in a complete report two weeks prior to your scheduled talk. You then have an additional
week to correct mistakes, which you can fix in a final version.
- Hand in the complete slides for your presentation one week prior to your scheduled talk.
- Be among the audience during all talks.
- We do not require a special typesetting system or enforce a particular format.
However, experience shows that reports written with usual Office software such as
Word or OpenOffice are lacking in quality compared to reports created with LaTeX.
- You have to expect to need to backtrack references in your papers to get
a better grasp on the topic. This means that you usually have much more material than
you can present in the report. Talk to your advisor before
writing down the full report, so that you do not waste your effort on relatively
unimportant subtopics and get lost in too much detail.
- If you choose to use a laptop for your presentation, test that
your output works with our beamer before your day of presentation.
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