ECE 505 - Model-Integrated Computing

Times:TR 9:30--10:45 AM
Location:PSY 304
Instructor:Dr. Jonathan Sprinkle
 ECE 456N
 Email: sprinkle@ECE.Arizona.Edu (preferred contact method)


(10.11.22) Presentations are available for signup

Please sign up for your project presentation. Also, note that there will be no class on 11/23.

(10.11.13) Notes on submission dates

  • In the hw04 document, it says to use turnin; this is incorrect, you should use D2L. No items submitted through turnin will be graded, you must submit through D2L
  • Note the due date of hw04 was Tuesday 11/16, but has been extended to Thursday 11/18
  • The dropbox for the interpreter design was not previously enabled, so the design due date has been extended to 11/15 (Monday)

(10.11.01) Presentations guidelines are available

Please visit the presentations page for a summary of expectations (and don'ts) for in-class presentations. Also, note that the presentation evaluation form that every student will fill out when watching the in class speaker is also available from that page. You may want to look through this form critically before finishing your talk. Visit the News page for a comprehensive news listing.

Presentation Signups (click here to sign up)

Date:SlotNameProject Topic
11/30:1Hussain Al-HelalS-Function Code Generation from Simulink Models
11/30:2Sean WhitsittJAUS Message Modeling
11/30:3Richard JonesTest Set Generation
12/2:1George HwangGraphical Surgery Programmer
12/2:2Erica JonesAutogeneration of Bus Module using VHDL
12/2:3Kun ZhangRoute Design
12/7:1Travis HoffmanQED: The Queral Environment for Development
12/7:2Maribel HudsonSimplification of Model Transformations
12/7:3Vijay GopinathModeling of Data-Adaptable Reconfigurable Embedded System

Guidelines for your Project Presentation

  • All talks will be 20 minutes long
  • Weight should be given to both demonstration, domain description, and motivation, etc.
  • Make part of your presentation the justification for your design choices, as well as the domain to which you are transforming your models
  • Students presenting later will be expected to have more in the demonstration portion of their presentations
  • Students may choose to show a video of the tool in use, rather than the running tool "live" in class