Competition task

Competition Task (Summer term 2020/2021)

TBA

Winter term 2020/2021

The competition was not held due to anti-epidemic measures.

Summer term 2019/2020

The competition was not held due to anti-epidemic measures.

Winter term 2019/2020

Competition Task

Simulation of doors' opening

Evaluation

Nine students took part in the competition who completed the assignment. The final ranking was decided by other criteria, such as the level of the user interface, the style and quality of the code, the commented functions, etc. The podium positions are as follows:

  1. Bosák Jan
  2. Udatný Vítek
  3. Švec Ondřej

Summer term 2018/2019

Competition task

Clustering of n-Cube

Winter term 2018/2019

Competition Task

Direct visibility of triangular mesh elements

Evaluation

The project was chosen only by Miss Žigajkova, who exactly fulfilled the required assignment. As a reward for her courage, let her be honored in the first place and a MATLAB license and other promotional items from Humusoft.

Summer term 2017/2018

Competition Task

Estimation of robot motion using Bayesian filtering

Winter term 2017/2018

Competition Task

Estimation of robot motion using Kalman filtering

Evaluation

Twelve students selected the project and five of them successfully submitted it in a form suitable for testing. The task was to estimate the position of the robot as accurately as possible using Kalman filtering based on the supplied data from the sensors. The evaluation criterion in the competition was the mean square deviation of the predicted position from the actual position of the robot. The final order of the competitors was as follows (in the photo from the second to the fourth place from the left, on the far right the project leader Mr. Karásek):

  1. Ms. Kejvalová
  2. Ms. Hladíková
  3. Mr. Šimek
  4. Mr. Smrčka
  5. Mr. Purkrábek

We thank all the competitors for their participation and wish them many more successes!

Summer term 2016/2017

Competition Task

Finding the longest cycles in a graph

Evaluation

Surprisingly, the project was chosen by a single student this semester (probably due to a complex assignment).

Winner:

  1. pan Kubíček

Congratulations to Mr. Kubíček and thank you for processing the task. We will prepare something for next semester that will hopefully interest more colleagues … ;-)

Winter term 2016/2017

Competition Task

Reconstruction of the Super 8mm film recording

Evaluation

The project was chosen by a total of 5 competitors and successfully submitted by 4 of them. During the semester, we gradually came to the trickery of the solution and therefore we proceeded to slightly reduce the requirements for submitted projects. First of all, it turned out that it is practically impossible to achieve 100% success in identifying blurred and static video frames with respect to the quality of input video files, and that algorithms can work differently depending on the video, depending on its technical quality, recording contrast, grain size., etc. The evaluation took place on videos that the competitors chose themselves and the beginning of the time period of the analysis as well. The length of the analyzed section was always 10 s and the error rate of identification was allowed a maximum of 10%. The overall evaluation took into account both the speed of the code and its error rate. Rendering speeds ranged from 0.122 to 0.643 s / frame.

Final ranking (on the pictur from left):

  1. Mr. Novák
  2. Mr. Jarrah
  3. Ms. Okonechnikova
  4. Mr. Ščupák

We thank all the competitors for participating in the competition and wish them many more successes!

Summer term 2015/2016

Competition Task

Finding the minimum surface using the Jacobi method

Evaluation

Over 10 competitors entered the competition. The project was presented by 6 of them who similarly approached the problem, while minor differences were caused mainly by the code's technical processing. Like the previous semester, the criteria were a) correctness of the result, b) speed of calculation, c) university of the code. Criteria a), c) were binary criteria (tested on prepared examples), competition criterion was b). In the end, a larger grid was used for the actual measurements. Once again, they competed for prizes provided by Humusoft and the Department of Electromagnetic Fields - including 3 Matlab student licenses, as well as three training vouchers of their choice.

The resulting measurement for the grid 100×100:

  1. Mr. Cibulka (2.02s)
  2. Mr. Štrambach (2.14s)
  3. Mr. Neoral (2.28s)
  4. Mr. Pavlát (2.62s)
  5. Mr. Kůrka (2.71s)
  6. Mr. Holeček (10.1s) /however, the 2nd fastest solution for original assignments with a 50×50 grid /.

We thank all the competitors for participating in the competition and wish them many more successes!

Winter term 2015/2016

Competition Task

Effective display of the parametric area

Evaluation

Almost 10 competitors entered the competition. Everyone had the possibility to change the project to another topic during the semester, which in the end, some competitors did. The main prize of the competition was a voucher for an all-day seminar by Humusoft. The criteria determining the winner were a) correctness of the result, b) speed of calculation.

The committee, made up of teachers, then decided on the first steps as follows:

  1. Mr. Eichler (pictured in the middle)
  2. Mr. Heller
  3. Mr. Kletečka (pictured right)

We thank all the competitors for participating in the competition and wish them many more successes!

Prizes

The prizes for the competition were donated by:

Thank you!!

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