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Once the platform you propose has been implemented, how will you determine whether your system actually solves the problem you wanted to solve? What are the results you hope you can realistically achieve? Why do these results show that you have solved the problem?
 
Once the platform you propose has been implemented, how will you determine whether your system actually solves the problem you wanted to solve? What are the results you hope you can realistically achieve? Why do these results show that you have solved the problem?
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We encourage you to borrow ideas from the past submissions (see the meteor links above). Please list the links of the ideas you used to create this proposal (there's no restriction in terms of number of ideas or whether its yours or others'). You can use the following template:
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- [Foundation Idea] Link...
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- [Feature Idea] Link...
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- [Foundation Idea] Link...so on, and so forth...

Revision as of 07:45, 4 April 2015

This is the template for Milestone 6 Research Proposal. If your team did Milestone 6 Code Infrastructure, see Milestone 6 Code Infrastructure Template

You will propose your platform in the form of an introduction to a mock research paper. Essentially, imagine you have built your system, incorporating in all the ideas that you wanted to have in it, have run your user studies and evaluations, and everything has gone as planned. How do you convince other researchers that you have built a platform that is novel and that it is more effective at addressing problems than any existing ideas that have been attempted in the past?

An introduction of a research paper summarizes the main contributions of the research. It is generally roughly 1 page (roughly 1000 words), and consists of the following components:

Title

Research papers should have titles which summarize, in one line, the primary research contribution (see below).

Abstract

A concise summary of the background and your research contributions (described below). Usually around 150 words or less.

Motivation

What are the core problems that your system will solve? Why are these problems important?

Related Work

What are the existing attempts to solve this problem that have been attempted in prior research papers and real-world systems? Why are their solutions unsatisfactory?

  • You may want to search around Google Scholar to find existing work that is related to the ideas your system proposes.

Research Contributions

What are the foundational ideas that underly your system? Why/how are they novel and better than anything that has been attempted in the past?

Evaluation

Once the platform you propose has been implemented, how will you determine whether your system actually solves the problem you wanted to solve? What are the results you hope you can realistically achieve? Why do these results show that you have solved the problem?

References

We encourage you to borrow ideas from the past submissions (see the meteor links above). Please list the links of the ideas you used to create this proposal (there's no restriction in terms of number of ideas or whether its yours or others'). You can use the following template:

- [Foundation Idea] Link...

- [Feature Idea] Link...

- [Foundation Idea] Link...so on, and so forth...