The deadline for submitting the project is posted on Godfried's
page. By the indicated deadline I expect to receive a link to
your webpage, even if the project is not yet entirely completed.
You have to submit the completed project by the evening of December 8th.
date, I expect to receive a zip or tar file named
after you (e.g. FristnameLastname.zip) containing all your project
The webpage has to explain the contents of a paper in a simple
and easy-to-read manner. Do not copy-paste proofs or portions of
the text in the paper. Use lots of figures and animations to
explain your ideas and make it easier for the reader to understand
what you are trying to say. Avoid displaying endless complicated
The java applet has to be a geometry tool for the user to
experiment with the ideas explained in the webpage, and not just
an example. Ideally, it should allow user interaction (let the
user add/delete/move objects, .... etc.) and should have some
advantage over the animations. You may have no user interaction in
the applet, however in this case you have to illustrate an example
in great detail. Your starting page should be called
welcome.html so that a link like
open the page.
The applet must work on the machines in the cgm lab.
Make sure that there are no compatibility issues and the applet is
functional on most browsers.