Owen Kaser's Page (for UNB students)

It should be useful to know what I and other instructors feel is cheating or plagiarism in a programming course. This remains a draft and may not represent the department's official position. (A PDF version of the file is also available.)

CS4983 (Technical Report II) Topics

The best topic is anything relevant that interests both you and your supervisor. Some students have ideas in mind and then search for a supervisor interested in the topic. This is perhaps the best situation. However, many students need help finding a topic, so I have a few ideas from which you may choose CS4983 topics that I would be willing to supervise. (Here is the PDF version.) (Also, note that some of the topics have already been taken; the list is not revised often.)

Links for my Current Courses (Fall 2018)

Links to Old Courses

Older pages are usually only served from the "backup" server.

Fall 2017

Winter 2017

Fall 2016

Winter 2016

Fall 2015

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Fall 2014

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Winter 2004

Fall 2003

July 2003

During July 2003, I taught part of part of a graduate course on OLAP, and the overall course, of which OLAP forms the last third, is CS6905: (Advanced Technology for E-Business).

Winter 2003

Fall 2002

Winter 2002

At the beginning of Winter 2002, I taught CS 2803 (Digital Logic Design) until Dr. Light arrived.

Fall 2001

1997-Winter 2001

These pages were not moved off of the department's old webserver, which is now dead...you didn't really want to see them anyway!

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