Writing clearly and effectively is difficult for most people, computer scientists are no exception. The purpose of this group is to collectively critique our own academic writing. Our cause is to improve communication in science for the benefit of all!
Each week all members of the group will read a chapter of Style Lessons in Clarity and Grace. One member of the group will submit a recent piece of their own writing for critique. All other members then apply the style rules from the weeks readings and suggest improvements. The goal is to improve our own writing style so submitted works should be written without the aid or correction of advisers.
CSE3109 Wednesdays 13:00
|2019-7-10||N/A||Organizational Meeting - Style Lessons in Clarity and Grace||Ariana|
|2019-7-17||Actions||The Fallacy of User Choice: Why We Need Regulatory Oversight for Personal Data||Ariana|
|2019-7-24||Characters||Concolic Execution: Finding Bugs by Mixing Concrete and Symbolic Execution||Ariana||2019-7-31||Cohesion and Coherence||An Empirical Approach to Understanding the DMCA||Sunjay||2019-8-7||Emphasis||Distributed Test Case Generation using Model Inference||Vector||2019-8-14||Raincheck||Raincheck||Raincheck||2019-8-21||Raincheck||Raincheck||Raincheck||2019-8-28||Raincheck||Raincheck||Raincheck||2019-9-4||Raincheck||Raincheck||Raincheck||2019-9-11||Motivation Coherence||Constructing Constant Cryptography Correctly||Sunjay Cauligi||2019-9-18||Global Coherence||TBD||TBD||2019-9-25||"Concision||TBD||TBD||2019-10-2||Shape||TBD||TBD||2019-10-9||Elegance||TBD||TBD||2019-10-16||Ethics of Style||TBD||TBD|