We will meet every two weeks. The first meeting is on Monday April 18 from 9-12 in room E.08 in the LBH building.
Knowledge of parameterized complexity is not required.
The programming task will usually have a scientific motivation and may be the basis of a master thesis (but this is far from mandatory).
Independent of the concrete topic you should expect a certain amount of implementation work and subsequent experiments. At the end of the term there should be a short (20 min) presentation of the results. It may be necessary to familiarize yourself a little with some recommended reading.
The tasks will not be „set in stone“ meaning that you can contribute your own suggestions for how to proceed, e.g., regarding further goals, code optimizations, other target problems.
In principle, you may also suggest a topic to work on (preferably by email beforehand), but final decision on topics lies with the lecturer/tutor.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in participating. (This is not mandatory but may be helpful for planning.)
lehre/ss16/lab-paramcomplex.txt · Zuletzt geändert: 2016/04/12 10:50 von kratsch