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Each project group comprises of maximum 2 students. Students who are not included a project group will be randomly assigned.
Each project group should submit a half page project proposal on their image editing tool by December 5. The proposal should provide:
Each student should submit a project progress report by December 19. The report should be minimum 2 pages and should describe the following points as clearly as possible:
Each student is expected to submit a project report prepared using the style files provided in the course web page. The report should be maximum 6 pages and should be structured as a research paper. It will be graded based on clarity of presentation and technical content. A typical organization of a report might follow:
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