These are zerocreditpoint units designed to challenge the
more advanced 1st and 2nd year students in the
Coordinator:.
Final presentations: Wednesday 19^{th} October,
Room 135, Blg 26
Time 
Student(s) 
Supervisor 
Talk title 
3.053.20 
Zoi Petroulias 
Carlo Kopp 
Polychromatic Spherical plotting
tool for radiofrequency charts 
3.203.35 
James Hart 
Ann
Nicholson 
Generating
CEGs from BNs 
3.354.10 
Simon Cai, William Miller, Bianca Gibson 
David
Albrecht 
Sudoku 
4.104.25 
Dora Le
Pei 
Maria Garcia de la Banda and Chris
Mears 
Computing constraint propagation impact 
4.254.40 
Daniel Sun 
Maria Garcia de la Banda, Chris
Mears & Michael Wybrow 
Visualising constraints and their
impact 
Information Session: Wednesday 27^{th} July, Room 135, Blg 26
Project 
Supervisor 
Student 
Converting Bayesian networks to CEGs: The first part of this project will involve
the student learning about Bayesian networks. The programming task is to
convert a BN into another type of graphical model. Part of this task was done
as an advanced project last year (in Python). 
James Hart 

fugu: scripting growth under fg We are developing new 3D graphics
software (called "fg")
that allows people to easily create complex animated organic
shapes. These shapes grow and develop over time under the control of a
script, based on the popular Lua scripting language
(http://www.lua.org/). The
user generates forms by writing scripts which control the way 3D polygonal meshes
grow and change over time. For this project you will write scripts in Lua to implement a number of popular models that grow and
define complex organic shapes, including Lsystems and the Cellular
Developmental Model. These models can be used to create plants, trees, and
softbodies sea creatures for example. The forms can be displayed in
realtime (e.g. in games applications), or rendered using a software renderer
for greater complexity and realism. 
Ben Porter and Jon McCormack 
Andisheh Partovi Resmi Hasankolli [Not completed] 
Solving Sudoku Puzzles with Supersymmetry 
· Zhao Xiang Cai (Sudoku generator) · William Miller · Bianca Gibson (Sudoku solver) 

Polychromatic Spherical plotting
tool for radiofrequency charts: 
Zoi Petroulias 

Visualising constraints and their
impact: When solving a combinatorial problem such as exam timetabling or
job scheduling, the aim is to find a good solution, i.e., a combination of
values that satisfies a set of constraints and maximizes/minimizes a variety
of criteria. 
Maria Garcia de la Banda, Chris
Mears and Michael Wybrow 
Daniel Sun 
Computing constraint propagation impact 
Maria Garcia de la Banda and Chris
Mears 
Dora Le Pei 