Your in-class presentation should take roughly 12 minutes, leaving three minutes for questions. You should clearly answer the following questions:
While you do not need to go into detail about the code you wrote for your implementation, you should try to give us enough information that we understand both the conceptual design of your system and some of the interesting technical challenges you faced during your implementation.
For part three, it’s not enough just to report that your system was successful. You should show us your evaluation, discuss the results, and argue for your interpretation of these results. Remember to relate the evaluation back to the original purpose of your system.
All group members must participate in the presentation, but it is up to you to decide how to divide the presentation topics.