FINAL WRITEUP INFO
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91.548 Final Writeup
FINAL WRITEUPS ARE DUE 6 AM, FRIDAY, MAY 20
- For the MCP Robot projects, here is who is writing up
- Sign Kareem
- Power Schuyler
- GPS Yan
- Steering Vic and Zeb
- Rear Wheel Drive Kyewook
- CPU Yan
- Compass ??
- Sonar Brian
- Audio Yan festival and mp3 player
- Vision Kyewook
- Master Program Yan
- To submit the writeup, make a directory named by your UML-CS
login name in the following directory:
Then, put all files associated with your project in that directory.
Name the primary HTML file index.html.
Important: Please put all files associated with your project
in this folder. Include all project source code, PCB
board files, and any files associated with the production of the
This latter category (documentation) includes the source XML file
and any graphics files. Note that if you use a program like
Illustrator to create graphics, include the Illustrator source file
along with the web-viewable JPG or PNG output file.
- We are using an XML format which can be converted into HTML
and other output formats. This will allow us to have a good web site
and also to have printed output for the IGVC contest.
- The starter package of files is here. It produces output that looks like
- You will edit the file 548template.xml, so start
off by copying it into a new file with your user or project name.
- After editing, you can check it for syntactical
correctness using xmllint -noout 548template.xml. (The
xmllint utility is installed on Mercury.) If you get no
output, that is good.
- To build an HTML page based on this XML file, type (on
Mercury) xsltproc --novalid guide.xsl 548template.xml >
- See more info at http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/xml-guide.xml.
- When you are done, upload everything to your own directory in
/usr/cs/fac4/fredm/548/student/ as noted above.
- Write-ups should focus on documenting what now exists. You
may also have a future-plans section.
Writeups should have the following sections:
- Introduction. Statement of what is being documented in
this section. Also lists people involved in this piece of the work,
including people from prior semesters (check with Fred if you are not
- Overview. Thumbnail description of the subsystem being
- Main Discussion. Detailed presentation of the design,
including block diagrams, electrical schematics, code excerpts, and
- Interface. For subsystems that provide services to
others, documentation of how those services are accessed.
- Appendix. Links to current/latest full sources.
- To-Do List. How this piece of the design can be
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