Graham Kendall

Individual Projects (3rd Year Undergraduates)


This page details the third year individual projects that are/have been supervised by Graham Kendall who is a reader in the Department of Computer Science at The University of Nottingham.

The index page for third year projects can be found here.

Index to Dissertations by year

Dissertations which have led to publications

In supervising third year projects I try to do it in such a way that the project can be written up and submitted to a conference or journal. There is only a small success rate in doing this but it is gratifying to know that it can be achieved. The projects which have led to papers are as follows.

Prize for the outstanding project of the year

Some of the the projects I have supervised have won the school prize for the most outstanding project of the year (across the whole of computer science, not just those I supervised). They are

Downloadable Dissertations

Some of the projects are available for download, so that you can view them. This facility is for current third year students, being supervised by me, who can use previous dissertations for their own research and also to look at previous dissertations to see how to lay them out etc. (it also saves the inevitable requests I receive asking to see a "good" project from last year, with the risk that I never see it again!).

As such, these files are password protected and, to get the username/password you need to EMAIL me. People outside of the university will not be given access.

In addition, I cannot give access to those students outside of my tutor group. You should approach your own tutor to get copies of previous dissertations they have supervised.

Note : I cannot make the files available in formats other than those already supplied.

Other Information

I am a member of the Automated Scheduling, Optimisation and Planning (ASAP) group at The University of Nottingham.

I am also is responsible for an Introduction to Artificial Intelligence course, an Artificial Intelligence Methods and an Operating Systems Course.


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Last Updated 15th June 2001