TU Wien:Assistive Systems VO (Mayer, Panek)

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Vortragende Peter Mayer, Paul Panek
Ersetzt Assistive Systeme VO (Zagler, Panek, Mayer)
Abteilung Visual Computing and Human-Centered Technology
Wann Wintersemester
Links tiss:187A95
Master Media and Human-Centered Computing Wahlmodul Applied Assistive Technologies
Master Medizinische Informatik Wahlmodul Medizinische/Bio-Informatik

Mattermost: Channel "assistive-systeme"RegisterMattermost-Infos

Inhalt[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

The course deals with:

  • User Interfaces
  • Assistive robots
  • Human Robot Interaction
  • Sensors
  • Ethics and Law
  • Methods for requirements analysis and evaluation (field study, experiment, wizard of oz,...)

Ablauf[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

The attendance during the lecture is not required. The slides will be uploaded after each lecture. At the end of the semester, the written exam will take place.

Benötigte/Empfehlenswerte Vorkenntnisse[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

none, however there is a practical part to the course TU Wien:Assistive Systems UE (Mayer, Panek), but it is not mandatory.

Vortrag[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

I was not in the lectures.

The lecture content is quite interesting, so as the links in the slides, unfortunately, the lecturers were mostly reading the slides and only giving comments on details which made the whole presentation rather boring.

Übungen[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

see "Benötigte/Empfehlenswerte Vorkenntnisse"

Prüfung, Benotung[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

WS2015/16: Written exam - 10 questions - 60 minutes. There was and exam in April, where only 1 person participated. Therefore, very uncomplicated and the questions were easy to answer. The exam could be finished after 20 minutes. They ask for specific enumerations and no textual descriptions in detail. It was explicitly mentioned that short answers are preferred.

WS2017/18: Written exam - 10 questions - 30 minutes.

WS2020/21: Written exam - 12 questions - ~50 minutes. The exam was held via zoom, the camera had to be placed so that the paper and hands are visible, with audio on and allowing recording. The questions were available for download after the start of the exam. This sheet could be printed and filled out, scanned and uploaded in Tuwel. One could also write the answers on a blank sheet of paper.

Dauer der Zeugnisausstellung[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

Exam: 28.04.2016; Certificate: open

Exam: 03.05.2017; Certificate: 04.05.2017 (1day)

Exam: 14.03.2019; Certificate: 22.03.2019

Exam: 24.10.2019; Certificate: 13.11.2019

Exam: 26.11.2020; Certificate: open

Exam: 26.01.2023; Certificate: 1.2.2023

Zeitaufwand[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

Without visiting the lecture, it is enough to study 3 intensively. Many things are repetitive and obvious.

I watched/listened to the online lecture recordings twice and then created my own question/answer catalogue based on the previous exam questions in the documents section. Overall this took me around at least 20h of studying to get a "sehr gut".

Unterlagen[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

The course slides can be found in Tiss.

Tipps[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

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Verbesserungsvorschläge / Kritik[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]

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