|Student Projects - Spring 2009|
|A Domain-Specific Search System with Term Clouds by Day Alaba|
This project provides tools to explore a collection of news stories. This site employs a text box-type tool which returns a ranked list of options based on a query of keywords. This tool also has a term cloud feature to reveal important keywords to a novice user. Additionally, this site also displays feedback terms to assist a user in changing the focus of a query.
|Health Info Rover by Annie Chen|
Health Info Rover is designed to help users find information on fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), and other related health conditions. Aside from searching by keyword, limit searches to various types of sites: government and professional organizations, consumer health information services, fibromyalgia- and CFS-specific organizations, and community/support groups, or search in our subject area indices: Nutrition and Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM).
|Craft Blog Search by Lee Harrison|
This project allows users to search craft-related blogs using a very basic search interface. In addition, once the search results are retrieved, the user can decide to save various results to a user-specific list for later review. The user can review the list of saved links and continue with a few different actions: go to one of the websites, remove a link, or return to the search results.
|RSS Feed Search Engine by Lina Huang|
The working product of this project is a sample RSS search engine, with nearly 30,000 RSS feed documents mainly crawled from wordPress.com and liveJounal.com. Within the working site, user is able to conduct full-text search to retrieve the RSS feeds that are of their interests, as well as can view, subscribe to certain RSS feed.
|Course Search Engine (CSE) by Jimmy Nguyen|
This application helps a student create a customized search tool specifically for their courses. This can allow a student to quickly search for his/her exam study guide without having to sort through any other documents.
|As a part of this course, you are required to do a project demonstrating several of the concepts covered during the course. Before starting the actual project, you will be providing a proposal (details below), and upon the approval of the instructor, you can commence the project. This project will be due on May 1, 2009. Early submissions are encouraged. The project submission should be in form of (1) source files, (2) online working site, and (3) a report. The project will be tested with Firefox browser. Remember, the project carries 25% of the grade for this class.|
|Project proposal (Due: 03/27/2009)|
You need to submit a brief article (2-4 pages) proposing the project that you want to do. This article should have
|Final project (Due: 05/01/2009)|
You are allowed to pick your application/domain. You can even use some existing project, but you need to specify how much is already done. Your final project MUST have the following components.
You may optionally have
Your final submission should include all the source files (including the parameter files), a link to the online working site, and a brief article documenting the project. This document should have
|Selected Student Projects - Fall 2008|
|Video Game Review Database Search by Ben Pennell|
|Lemur as a Web Application by Philip Fulcher|
|Relevance Feedback with Query Term Suggestions by Kyle Richardson|
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