Computer Laboratory

Course pages 2015–16

Automated Reasoning

The assessment will be done by the lecturer and will consist of three parts:

  • A literature survey of at most 3500-words excluding mathematical formula, figures and bibliography (30% of the final mark);
  • A short presentation of an in-depth analysis of a selected research paper and a completed review form (10%); and
  • A written test of 1 hour and 30 minutes duration with an additional 15 minutes of reading time (60%).

Literature survey

Below you will find instructions for doing your literature survey with some suggestions of topics. You are welcome to suggest your own topic of automated reasoning that you would like to survey. You need to finalise with the lecturer your choice of topic by Thursday 15 October 2015 and submit your literature survey to the Graduate Education Office FS03 by 12:00noon on Friday 11 December 2015.

Paper review and presentation

Below you will find instructions for doing your paper review and presentation on its content. You should review a research paper from the list of suggested papers at the end of this document, or suggest to the lecturer a conference or a journal paper on a topic in Automated Reasoning of your interest (of length between 6 to 15 pages). You should finalise the choice of a research paper for review and presentation with the lecturer by Thursday 15 October 2015.