I found this on the net. Hoping, it might be useful for someone like me. Anna University, is proposing a Fund of Rs. 25,000/- (Max) to student projects. Only criteria, is that, U must be a pre-final year student.
I was browsing through the wikis' of TGMC '10, and i harped upon this (http://bit.ly/d3a0sp). Wiki Page titled, "TGMC Project as Final Year Project", For all my final year friends, do u think will be able to implement this in our university or the campus?
Conference? Me? She was really kidding (never mind her). I've never done a paper in my life before. I hate to sit and think. I just love to work with new Technology (I don't create them, atleast until now). Now, she has changed the way i look at things. I'm now planning to submit my G-SPADE (my innovation of the existing SPADE project) in one of the conference. Let's see, how well it goes. I'll keep you guys, posted.
Okie, this is going to be the first component proposal for Research Engine, by Ashwanth (myself) and Kirubaharan.
Any comments, and feedback regarding this is welcome.
Ya, I know, the project is becoming more and more community based. I dont mind, if there is a fork too. Just let me know there is one! I would be happy to know it. Once we start Coding, CodeBase is also planned to be publicly available too.
Today, at around 6.30 PM i went to Nivas's house, to discuss generally about SPADE (his final year project) and sample search engine, built with it. I actually learned a lot from that, and this post is to reflect the same in words. This is basically for my own purpose, just in case. If this was useful to you by any means, please leave a comment, or say your thanks to him.
SPADE -3 Properties:
Object Oriented Support - full support for all data types
Distributed cache vs DB
Scalability on the fly (as opposed to the need to rewrite source, recompile and redeploy in MPI)
Dynamic scheduling - No barrier synchronization - no static binding of code to machine
Asynchronous Communication as opposed to blocking sends and receives
TGMC 2010, is out with a bang. This time, it is expected to be with more fun and learning experiences.
The site was quoted as: "The Great Mind Challenge (TGMC) is back in a new avatar!After a superb year in 2009 where we saw more than 100,000 students participating with some excellent projects, this year we’re proud to announce the launch of TGMC 2010.This year, there is unprecedented focus on the most important aspect of TGMC. You.As a student or a faculty member, TGMC 2010 is the forum for you to come forward, take your destiny by your hands and make it happen. And we put it in the form of this simple mantra.
‘Initiate. Collaborate. Innovate.’
YOU need to initiate the chain of events that will take you to the brink of Success. YOU need to collaborate, with your peers, your faculty and IBM to ensure you achieve that Success.
And YOU need to innovate to ensure that together, you achieve not only Success, but a lasting place in the Halls of Fame.Technology is the vehicle. YOU are in the Driver’s seat. And it’s going to be a great ride.