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ABOUT CS EE WORLD

CS EE World was created in 2019 upon the realization that there wasn't a sufficient number of free Computer Science Extended Essay (CS EE) exemplars online to properly guide IB students. As the famous website IB CompSci Hub states, "Extended Essays in Computer Science are not easy to do," so students need the guidance to write good papers.

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This site has a collection of both original EEs (meaning they were donated directly to us) and EEs from the web. We've included EEs from the web for convenience, to make them easier to find. Feel free to download from our collection, and please donate your EE to us when you're done! Please make sure you donate your EE only after you've gotten your official IB results.

 

Our Collection

 

Our collection may seem a bit small right now, but we've just started! Rome wasn't built in a day. 😊

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Note that at the time of writing this, the latest official IB EE guide came into action in 2018, hence pre-2018 EEs should be considered old. Donators should note, though, that we'll happily accept pre-2018 EEs. Readers are also encourages to give pre-2018 EEs a try as they may still learn from them.

Number of EEs available: 11

Investigating The Effect of Customizeable Configurations of Computer Vision Algorithms on Performance

Mark: 32/34

Grade:

Session: May 2019

Donated EE

Submitter info:
Anonymous

Investigating the time complexities of the AVL Tree and Red-Black Tree insertion algorithms.

Mark: 30/34

Grade:

Session: May 2018

External EE

Source:
Redditor u/Liammcquay's GDrive

To what extent does varying the speeds of system RAM affect the speeds of a hard disk drive in a computer system in a computerized workplace?

Mark: 20/34 (uncertain)

Grade:

Session: May 2018

Donated EE

Submitter info:
Anonymous

The use of Neural Networks in Verifying Handwritten Signatures

Mark: 23/34

Grade:

Session: May 2019

Donated EE

Submitter info:
Email: karlis [dot] siders [at] gmail [dot] com

(Why is the email displayed like this?)

To what extent would Depth first search or Breadth first search be suitable for search in graph data structures used by social networks, taking time and memory as determining factors, in the java virtual machine?

Mark: 17/34

Grade:

Session: May 2018

Donated EE

Submitter info:
Anonymous

To what extent can Genetic Algorithms optimize the English Keyboard Layout for Speed?

Mark: 27/34

Grade:

Session: May 2019

Donated EE

Submitter info:

Travis Ziegler, MIT Class of 2023

Emai: tjz [at] mit [dot] edu

(Why is the email displayed like this?)

Assessing the use of machine learning algorithms for predicting the outcome of random number generators.

Mark: 29/34

Grade:

Session: May 2018

Donated EE

Submitter info:
Anonymous

Comparing the Performance of Different Classifier Data Mining Algorithms in Relation to the Size of the Training Set

Mark: 26/34

Grade:

Session: May 2018

Donated EE

Submitter info:
Anonymous

To what extent are the binary and jump search algorithms efficient for data sets of increasing sizes?

Mark: 21/34

Grade:

Session: May 2019

Donated EE

Submitter info:

Discord Username: Swastikツ#4284

Investigation Into 256-bit Hashing and Its Vulnerability to Increasing Computing Speeds

Mark: 30/34

Grade:

Session: November 2018

Donated EE

Submitter info:
Name: Jarred Vardy

Email: jarred [dot] vardy [at] gmail [dot] com

(Why is the email displayed like this?)

Discord ID: pants#0422

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"Feel free to ping me in Discord on the IB server and ask whatever questions you would like, or email me. Pinging me in Discord helps other people too so that's preferable."

To what extent does Kernel Page Table Isolation affect performance in systems powered by Intel CPUs?

Mark: 29/34

Grade:

Session: May 2018

External EE

Source:

June-Kyoo Park

https://junekyoopark.github.io/ib/

DONATE A CS EXTENDED ESSAY

If you or anyone you know has done a Computer Science Extended essay, please help CS EE World and International Baccalaureate students around the world by submitting it to us! We would appreciate it very much. Remember, the EE doesn't have to be perfect for people to learn from it!

We have a consent form available for teachers who want to submit EEs on behalf of their students and prefer/need written consent from their students first.

 

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