So I am working for this professor who did some research for Discriminating Interval Valued Systems. He and I planned out this whole algorithm to apply his research and I wrote an application for it. He is about to present it in a conference and I was wondering what aspects of the program should I present?
1) Speed of the program (I know this is system specific but we decided to base all program info off my machine)
2) Number of lines of code
3) Largest data file that can be handled (Also depends on system...)
I have never done this so I was hoping to find some one who has and can give some insight.
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Re: How to present a research based Application.
Posted 03 October 2012 - 01:49 PM
I'm not certain, but I would assume you would mainly want to present what the algorithm does and how it accomplishes its task. Things like efficiency might be nice to bring up if you are comparing this to another algorithm that does the same thing. Then you would want to show off how yours does it better.
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