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qsic2014-presentation

This repository contains the HTML source code and additional resources for a presentation that I, Gregory M. Kapfhammer, gave during a panel at the 14th International Conference on Quality Software (QSIC 2014). The presentation's source code uses the reveal.js framework to control the display of each slide. I have developed a custom theme for the display of the slides and the use of full-screen photographs on the backgrounds.

You are welcome to use these slides as inspiration for your own presentation. If you find this example useful, could I trouble you to star this repository and then acknowledge it in your own presentation slides? If you would like to learn more about my research program, then you can checkout my gkapfham/research-bibliography.

Are you interested in previewing the presentation without having to download the code and resources from the GitHub site? Well, you can! Please view Parameter Tuning for Search-based Test-data Generation Revisited: Support for Previous Results.

Installation Instructions

You can type the following command if you want to clone this repository:

git clone https://github.com/gkapfham/qsic2014-presentation.git

Please note that the presentation uses local fonts so that it can be displayed at a conference on a laptop that either may not have access to the Internet or may only have unreliable Internet access. Some browsers may disallow the loading of local fonts due to security reasons. However, it should be possible for you to view the presentation correctly when using Chrome or Chromium on the Ubuntu operating system — which is my primary development environment. However, i anticipate that the presentation should look correct on a wide variety of operating systems and browsers.

I have found that some versions of Chrome and Chromium, especially when run in full-screen mode, do not quickly load the full-screen images that I use as backgrounds. If you notice this problem as well, then I would encourage you to serve the presentation with a local Web server, such as the Ruby-based one called jlong/serve. If you adopt this approach, then you can type the following command:

serve 4100

Now, you can navigate to the Web site http:localhost:4100/qsic2014_tuning.html and view the presentation. Ultimately, if you are unable to get the presentation to display correctly in your own web browser, then please open a new issue and I will attempt to resolve your concerns.