|Team Pages||Members (emails)||Project|
|1||Trevor Persaud email@example.com
Luis Tejada firstname.lastname@example.org
Julius Silva email@example.com
Ve Nguyen firstname.lastname@example.org
|2||Jason Beck JasonRBeck@gmail.com
Brian C. Becker Brian@BrianCBecker.com
Enrique G. Ortiz email@example.com
Christina M. Vargas ReneVague3@hotmail.com
Kris K. Rivera firstname.lastname@example.org
|3||Alain Rodriguez email@example.com
David Ellis ISV.Damocles@gmail.com
Ivan Portugal firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard Elliott email@example.com
|4||Brian Kelly firstname.lastname@example.org
Darryl Parulan email@example.com
Vanessa Kellawan firstname.lastname@example.org
Diana Gonzalez email@example.com
Natoya Higgins firstname.lastname@example.org
|5||Jakob Driscoll email@example.com
Matthew Erickson firstname.lastname@example.org
Corey Severino email@example.com
Joey Thompson firstname.lastname@example.org
|6||Pascal Anglade email@example.com
Jeremy Ayala JLeeA85@aol.com
Nathan Novick firstname.lastname@example.org
Christopher Ferrer email@example.com
Adriana Ogasawara Okanairda@hotmail.com
|7||Jose Sanchez firstname.lastname@example.org
Jason Sajovic Another_Enigma@Yahoo.com
Josh Lueck email@example.com
Aaron Miller firstname.lastname@example.org
Eric Minner email@example.com
|8||Kenneth Fisher Conquerthemtn@hotmail.com
Carlos Santamaria firstname.lastname@example.org
William Watson email@example.com
Richard Weiss firstname.lastname@example.org
John-Charles Asanya email@example.com
The project templates can be find here.
Each project team is expected to follow the same template for their projects.
The templates will be briefly discussed in the next class period.
Possible Software Engineering Class Projects
Downloadable video on the internet has increased greatly with the increased bandwidth for customers and computer proliferation in both the home and the workplace. Because of this attribute, viral videos are becoming more popular where individuals either send or e-mail links to funny or interesting videos. To fill this need, companies have sprung up to collect these videos, index them, and allow users to post them while they make money from the advertisements. One such company is YouTube which allows for "user created" content to be added. One problem is that much of this content is the same video posted by many different individuals. Some times it is even the same source video posted meaning it is exactly the same.
An example of this is the Live Action Simpsons commercial that aired on FOX: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Live+Simpsons&search=Search
Most of the videos are the same, but some are unrelated. Generally it is unnecessary to have the same video multiple times. While some information can be gained from the video title and an entire wealth of information could be gained from comparing the entire video, it is usually just possible to differentiate the video simply from looking at the picture thumbnail.
The proposed project is to create a program that, from a user query, can fetch
the website, links, and thumbnails of a search on YouTube. It will then read in
those thumbnails and do an image comparison to find videos that are the same. It
should then report to the user groups of similar videos that are most likely the
same. It is preferable if this is web-based, but can also be done partially
offline. It will require the students to have a modular system with sections for
web-based download, image comparison, and reporting system. This can be a useful
system that is current and topical.
Contact:Gary Stein, School of Electical Engineering and Computer Science, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org University of Central Florida, Orlando, 32816-2362. Office: 407-882-2016.