|Markko Merzin||Reverse-engineering of Network Topology|
|Svitlana Vakulenko||Fast Generation of Surveys on Academic Topics|
|Anastassia Semjonova & Roman Tekhov||Evaluation of Various Sampling Methods for Directed Graphs|
|Abel Armas||Progressive Visualisation of Large Graphs|
|Raivo Kolde & Karl Potisepp||How do Co-expression Patterns Change in Human Tissues?|
|Riivo Kikas & Oskar Gross||Analysis of Social Networks|
|Marius Oliver Gheorghita||???|
|Lauri Eskor & Markus Läll||Understanding Blogosphere and Its Dynamics|
- The course report should be submitted as a pdf file.
- The length of the report can vary but it should be at least 6 pages and at most 20 pages in LNCS format.
- The course report should understandable for the fellow students taking the course.
- All accepted course reports will be published in the course web page.
- Reports should contain problem statement, description of used methods, results and interpretation of the results.
- Custom-made tools, scripts and program code should be attached as a separate tar.gz file
- In principle, the description of methods and data should be detailed enough to redo all experiments.
For good and bad examples, see the reports from previous seminars.