HOW TO BUILD A STANDARD WEBPAGE OF A PROJECT



Each html shall contain the following header and footer:
(This sets up the style and format of the page to be according to our standard)

<html>
<head>
<title>VISL project 2002w27</title>
(Replace 2002w27 by your project account name)
<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html;charset=iso-8859-8">
<link rel=stylesheet type=text/css href="main_style.css" title="VISL - Technion">
</head>

<body background="images/main_backgr.gif" bgcolor=#ffffff marginwidth=0 marginheight=0 leftmargin=0 topmargin=0">

<table cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 border=0 width=100%>
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<td width=30 bgcolor=#ffffff valign=middle align=left><img src="images/side_title_bullet.jpg" width=15 height=15 border=0></td>
<td width=520 class="HEADER1" align=left valign=middle>PROJECTS AT VISL FINISHED IN 2002</td>
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<td width=30 valign=top align=left><img src="images/side_title_projects.jpg" width=15 height=101 border=0></td>
<td width=520 class="TEXT" align=left valign=top>
<p><img src="images/text_separator.jpg" width=520 height=7 border=0><br>

(Here you add the contents of your project)

</tr>
</table>
</body>
</html>


Add each section of the abstract separately:

1. Add a title section:

The official name of the project

by 1st Student Name and 2nd Student Name
Supervised by Supervisor Name

html code:

<table cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 border=0 width=520>
<tr>
<td class="PROJECT_SITE_HEADER" align="center">The official name of the project</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td class="PROJECT_SITE_NAMES" align="center"><br>
by 1st Student Name and 2nd Student Name<br>
Supervised by Supervisor Name<br>
</td>
</tr>
</table>


2.Add as many text sections as needed, examples:
Abstract

Add here 5-10 lines describing the project.

html code:
<br>
<big>Abstract</big><br>
<br>
Add here 5-10 lines describing the project. <br>
<br>

The problem (or the background):

Add here 5-10 lines on the problem to be solved,including possible ways of using the project as part of a more comprehensive system. If the project is part of a research program emphasising theoretical aspects, the motivation and the basic assumptions should be described instead.

html code:
<br>
<big>The problem (or the background):</big><br>
<br>
Add here 5-10 lines on the problem to be solved,including possible ways
of using the project as part of a more comprehensive system. If the project
is part of a research program emphasising theoretical aspects, the motivation
and the basic assumptions should be described instead. <br>
<br>

The solution (or the basic approach):

Add here a brief desciption including block diagram(s)/ and/or flow chart(s) of the project. The text should be as self contained as possible, avoiding special abbreviations or terms.
A good test for "special" is whether you were familiar with the term/abbreviation before the beginning of the project.

html code:
<br>
<big>The solution (or the basic approach):</big><br>
<br>
Add here a brief desciption including block diagram(s)/ and/or flow chart(s)
of the project. The text should be as self contained as possible, avoiding
special abbreviations or terms.<br>
A good test for &quot;special&quot; is whether you were familiar with
the term/abbreviation before the beginning of the project.<br>
</p>
<p><big><br>

Tools

This should include the means used in the project like workstations, PC, special hardware (scanner, camera, etc) and software (e.g. C++, Matlab, PSpice). If specific parts of the project were contributed by commercial companies this should be mentioned here.

html code:
<p><big>Tools</big><br>
<br>
This should include the means used in the project like workstations, PC,
special hardware (scanner, camera, etc) and software (e.g. C++, Matlab,
PSpice). If specific parts of the project were contributed by commercial
companies this should be mentioned here.</p>
<p><br>

Conclusions

This is an important part. It should describe what one can conclude and learn about the problem or the specific field of the project.

html code:
<p><big>Conclusions</big><br>
<br>
This is an important part. It should describe what one can conclude and
learn about the problem or the specific field of the project. <br>
<br>

Acknowledgment

We are grateful to our project supervisor BLABLABLA for his help and guidance throughout this work, and ....
We are also grateful to the Ollendorf Research Center Fund for supporting this project.

html code:
<p><big>Acknowledgment</big><br>
<br>
We are grateful to our project supervisor BLABLABLA for his help and guidance
throughout this work, and ....<br>
We are also grateful to the <a href="ollendorff.htm" target="main">Ollendorf
Research Center</a> Fund for supporting this project.<br>
<br>

RELATED DOCUMENTATION

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<br>
<b>RELATED DOCUMENTATION</b><br>
</p>
<ul>
<li>Project report [<a href="book/heb.doc">MS Word - 900 KB</a>][<a href="book/heb.pdf">Adobe
PDF - 723 KB</a>]</li>
<li>Powerpoint slides [<a href="/ppt/pres.ppt">MS Powerpoint 1200 KB</a>]
[<a href="book/pres.pdf">Adobe PDF - 1.14 MB</a>]</li>
<li><a href="images/">Images</a></li>
<li>Source Code [<a href="sourcecode.zip">ZIP</a>]</li>
<li>English Abstract [<a href="book/abstract,doc">MS Word 400 KB</a>][<a href="book/abstract.pdf">Adobe
pdf 300 KB</a>]</li>
</ul>
<br>


3.Add as many image sections as needed, using 500 pixels wide tables:

Example:


Figure 1 - Block diagram of a practical ANN-based scintillation coordinates estimation algorithm: estimation of scintillation coordinates in detector 1 using side information from detector 2.

html code:
(Here we use a table without border of 2 rows and 1 column)
<table cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 border=0 width=520>
<tr>
<td align="center"><img src="scheme.jpg" width="500" height="252"><br></td>
(exchange scheme.jpg by the name of your image file)
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="left">
<small><b>Figure 1</b> - Block diagram of a practical ANN-based scintillation coordinates estimation algorithm: estimation of scintillation coordinates in detector 1 using side information from detector 2.</small></td>
</tr>
</table>


4. Add as many text sections with equations:

The solution

Given the incidence angle, LOF is defined by planar coordinates y on the surface of the crystal. For every incidence angle, we implement an optimal nonlinear estimator of y of the form , where is a family of functions, parameterized by the vector of parameters W.
A reasonable criterion for estimator optimality is the expectation of some error function, for example, the expected squared error

We are interested in forms of , that possess the property of a universal approximator: when the number of parameters W is large enough, any bounded function f(x) can be approximated with given accuracy over a bounded domain by an appropriate choice of W.
Given the PMT responses to a set of known LOFs


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(Please note that the equations here are handled as image files. In order to convert an equation from MS WORD to image format - you may use the 'save as html' option in MS WORD and then copy the image files to the directory you save the html file.)
<big>The solution</big><br>
<br>
Given the incidence angle, LOF is defined by planar coordinates <b><i>y</i></b> on the surface of the crystal. For every incidence angle, we implement an optimal nonlinear estimator of <b><i>y</i></b> of the form
<img src="eq1.jpg">, where <img src="eq2.jpg"> is a family of functions, parameterized by the vector of parameters <b><i>W</i></b>.<br>
A reasonable criterion for estimator optimality is the expectation of some error function, for example, the expected squared error <br>
<center><img src="eq3.jpg"></center>

We are interested in forms of <img src="eq2.jpg">, that possess the property of a universal approximator: when the number of parameters <b><i>W</i></b> is large enough, any bounded function <i>f</i>(<b><i>x</i></b>) can be approximated with given accuracy over a bounded domain by an appropriate choice of <b><i>W</i></b>.<br>

Given the PMT responses to a set of known LOFs
<center><img src="eq4.jpg"></center>
(referred to as a training set), we find such <b><i>W</i></b>, that minimizes the mean-squared error (MSE) on the training set, i.e:
<center><img src="eq5.jpg"></center>

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