The goal for this deliverable is to share the findings of your research in the form of a written paper with peers in the field.
Student teams in DeepRob should complete a written report documenting their paper reproduction and algorithmic extension as part of the final project. The project report should include the following sections: a paper abstract, an introduction, a related work section, a section describing your algorithmic extension, your experimental setup and results, and finally a conclusion. Final reports are expected to be 4-6 pages, not including references. Students are expected to typeset their reviews using LaTeX in IEEE conference style. A LaTeX report template is provided for your convenience. You may write your review collaboratively using online LaTeX tools, such as Overleaf.
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The written report is due Friday, April 21st by 11:59PM EST. Students in DeepRob should submit their written report along with the other final project deliverables (paper reproduction and algorithmic extension) as a ZIP file via email to the course instructor.