©1999 Osmar R. Zaïane
There are seven assignments scheduled.
Assignments will count 21% of the overall
grade (3% for asn1) + (4.5% for asn 2,3,4,5)
There are 10 Presentations on different topics. Each presentation is done by three students.
Slides about the topics in Winter 2001 are here
Topics presented last year (Winter 2001)
| ||Topic||slides||Presenters||Due Date for
|X ||i-mode||Lisevich, Kwan, Hoang||April 4||April 4|
|X ||.Net||Luong, Mah, Turner||April 4||April 2|
philip||April 4||April 4|
|X ||WML||Thu, Lee, Kondor||April 4||April 4|
|X ||PHP &
McIntyre||April 4||April 2|
|X ||WAP||Harvey, Cynthia, Marianne||April 4||April 4|
|X ||LiveConnect||Andrusky, Gill, Bodnar||April 4||April 2|
|X ||Flash||Bhasin, Ly, Van Herk||April 4||April 4|
Moon, Hessels||April 4||April 2|
Lonsbury||April 4||April 2|
Presentations will count 10% of the
There is one term exam scheduled and an epilogue test. There is no
final exam for this course
| ||Exam Date|
|Midterm exam||Tusday February 26th, 2002|
|Epilogue test||Thursday April 11th, 2002|
The Midterm and the epilogue test will count
15% of the overall grade each.
| ||Due date|
|Project report||April 2nd, 2002|
The term project will count
39% of the overall grade.