Interval arithmetic is one of the mathematical tools to eliminate uncertainty. In interval arithmetic, inequalities are used to determine under which set of values certain conditions hold true or false. The solver is a tool to visually support the user in solving polynomial inequalities using interval arithmetic. The user can then refine the intervals of the variables and see the results in a 2D or 3D plot, indicating which regions hold true, false and which are still undecided.
The CS Design Project module is one of the two final modules of the Bachelor. In the design component of this module, students show that they master the entire design trajectory, from the first informal specification of requirements by a client to the delivery and presentation of a well-documented working product. Projects are submitted by clients from either inside or outside the University. Students perform the project in groups of 3-5 students under the supervision of a teacher from the Department of Computer Science. The supervisor is also the one who assesses the process and products of the group. Project deliverables include a project proposal, a design report, a presentation and a poster.
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Interval arithmetic is one of the mathematical tools to eliminate uncertainty. In interval arithmetic, inequalities are used to determine under which set of values certain conditions hold true or false. The solver is a tool to visually support the user in solving polynomial inequalities using interval arithmetic. The user can then refine the intervals of the variables and see the results in a 2D or 3D plot, indicating which regions hold true, false and which are still undecided.
The CS Design Project module is one of the two final modules of the Bachelor. In the design component of this module, students show that they master the entire design trajectory, from the first informal specification of requirements by a client to the delivery and presentation of a well-documented working product. Projects are submitted by clients from either inside or outside the University. Students perform the project in groups of 3-5 students under the supervision of a teacher from the Department of Computer Science. The supervisor is also the one who assesses the process and products of the group. Project deliverables include a project proposal, a design report, a presentation and a poster.
View the full design report for this project.