Wednesday, October 8, 2014

October 08, 2014, at 10:16 AMerika

Yesterday: Couple of edits to the related work section. Transfered to the working on the results section, but needed to run a few more tests for data. Unfortunately, spent most of the afternoon/early evening struggling to get boost functioning. Somewhere there was an update, and now cmake can no longer find the boost libraries. I'm not even sure I can find the boost libraries (the -mt - multi-threading library - doesn't appear to exist). Have even tried the home PC, but its undergoing the same issues.

Today: Try to get boost working, and the application up and running again. Run a collection of tests for timing analysis. Put together results section. Wrap up odds and ends within the paper, including the abstract. Either today or tomorrow print out and do a final read-through before sending off to the supervisors. Consider checking out a couple more motivations and future work of other animated articulated research.

Roadblocks: Boost libraries being found by cmake.

Where Does this Fit In: The single author paper demonstrates to the committee my capacity to write which in turn demonstrates my ability to communicate effectively and share my ideas with a broader audience.

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