COMP 490/L: Research-Based Senior Design Project
Piazza, for all non-personal communication
Kyle's email address: kyle dot dewey at csun dot edu
Kyle's office hours:
Monday/Wednesday: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (JD 4427)
Thursday: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (
Also available by appointment
Weekly Course Materials
Week 1 Part 1 Lecture Notes
The Structure of the “THE”-Multiprogramming System, by Edsger E. Dijkstra
Kyle's Notes and Summary of “THE”
, provided as an example.
Week 1 Part 2 Lecture Notes
Example Paper Notes
. Notes in the last section (
) are the most detailed, and represent cases where most details were important.
Finding and Understanding Bugs in C Compilers, by Xuejun Yang, Yang Chen, Eric Eide, and John Regehr
Lecture Notes on Reading Papers
First of three-part video series on giving research talks
. Still very relevant to traditional projects.
Tips for giving research talks
. Again, much of this is still relevant to traditional projects.
Form for evaluating presentations
Example talks I have given, in chronological order. All of these have problems and shouldn't be treated as templates. More details of the context of the talks, along with a personal critique of these talks, is provided
SoCal PLS Fall 2013
GSWC 2014 (1)
GSWC 2014 (2)
SoCal PLS Fall 2015
Invited Talk for the University of Utah CS Department, 2016
SoCal PLS Fall 2016