January 9 - 15

Time: 9 hours

Activities:

  • Worked on paper for presentation
  • Worked on power point presentation
  • Updated wiki page

To-do's:

  • Work on paper
  • Work on Power point

January 16 - 22

Time: 9.5 hours

Activities:

  • Meeting with Ed to figure out what's the plan for this semester
  • Fixing repository
  • Created database
  • Created model classes
  • Created driver for project so we can start using it

To-do's:

  • Finish database structure
  • Create DAO's
  • Potentially start creating classes for objects

January 23 - 29

Time: 8.5 hours

Activities:

  • Meeting with Ed to figure out what's next (Didn't happen)
  • Read paper about GA and matrices

To-do's:

  • Read and study research papers about matrices

January 30 - February 5

Time: 10 hours

Activities:

  • Met with Ed

To-do's:

  • Find out what Rhino Files look like
  • Find out the format of the file that the parser will use
  • Look for a visualization tool/way, and what kind of files
  • Understand MIT tool

http://cityform.gsd.harvard.edu/projects/una-rhino-toolbox https://www.rhino3d.com/support

February 6 - 12

February 13 - 19

Time: 10 hours

Activities:

  • Rhino Python tutorials

To-do's:

  • Figure out a script that will draw a city
  • Figure out how to add attributes to objects
  • Figure out a function that maps to scripts

February 20 - 26

Time: 10 hours

Activities:

To-do's:

  • Code a city drawer
  • Code a function to fill in the blocks
  • See if MIT tool will work with my drawings
  • Figure out how to add attributes to objects
  • Figure out a function that maps to scripts

February 27 - March 5

Time: 10 hours

Activities:

To-do's:

  • Figure out how to do attributes
  • Watch videos of how to use the MIT tool, see if they work with my drawings

March 6 - 12

Time: 10 hours

Activities:

  • Meeting with Ed

To-do's:

  • Figure out how to create python script from java
  • Figure out how to run commands from java
  • Figure out how to run rhino from command line
  • Create script to draw matrices and roads. Takes in city weight, height, list of matrices, list of segments.

Useful:

Notes:

  • This command from the command prompt initializes rhino, and runs the python script. “C:\Program Files\Rhinoceros 5 (64-bit)\System\Rhino.exe” /runscript=“_-RunPythonScript C:\Users\Manuel\Desktop\script.py” C:\Users\Manuel\Desktop\Test.3dm

March 13 - 19

Time: 10 hours

Activities:

  • Meeting with Ed

To-do's:

  • Create the drawing python script with java
  • Test the sample data to see if it draws correctly
  • Figure out how to run MIT commands from script
  • Figure out how to read MIT results

March 20 - 26

Time: 10 hours

Activities:

  • Meeting Dr. Ventura
  • Emailed MIT people about tool
  • Studied ai, machine learning principles, tutorials, etc
  • Studied UNA tool and what it does

To-do's:

  • Figure out if I can automate the MIT tool
  • Learn how every tool works and see how we can use them for our evaluation step
  • Figure out if there's anything to be fixed with the scripts for drawing

March 27 - April 2

Time: 10 hours

Activities:

To-do's:

Notes:

  • There's no easy way to automate. Email from MIT people

April 3 - 9

Time: 10 hours

Activities:

  • Worked on fixed the database bugs
  • Worked on completing the pipeline
  • Research about neural networks (possibly incorporate it into our system)

To-do's:

April 10 - 16

Time: 15 hours

Activities:

  • Work on the heuristic function
  • Work on paper

To-do's:

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