Project Proposal [PDF]
|Sep 18||Oct 2 in class||
5% of the final project
|MP 1 [PDF]||Sep 4||Sep 11 @11:59pm||100|
|MP 2 [PDF]||Sep 11||
MP2.1 due on Sep 18 @11:59pm
MP2 due on Oct 2 @11:59pm
|MP 3||Oct 2||Oct 9 @11:59pm||100|
|See piazza for details||Oct 23||
10% of final project
|MP 4||Oct 2||Nov 6 @11:59pm||200|
Project Short Video Demo
|See piazza for details||Nov 27||
10% of the final project
|Final Project Presentation||TBD: During Finals Week|
BEFORE STARTING THE FIRST ASSIGNMENT, PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW!!!
- If you believe that your assignment or exam has been graded unfairly, please request a regrade.
- MPs will be regraded by the TAs. To request a regrade for an MP, send an email to the instructor with a brief explanation why you think you were graded unfairly. Please include yours and your partner's NetIDs. In the subject line indicate that it is a regrade request together with the corresponding assignment number. (That is, "Regrade request for MP1"). Due to the significant amount of time grading MPs takes, TAs will most likely process the regrades at the end of the semester only. They will only process requests for those students whose final grades would depend on the outcome of the regrade.
- Exams will be regraded by the instructor. For an exam regrade request - you have to submit the regrade request on paper - this can not be handled electronically. You have to submit a printed justification for your regrade request in person to the instructor during office hours. Handling the exam regrade request might take up to two weeks.
- Regrade requests must be submitted at most one week after the MP or exam grades are returned. Late regrade requests will be ignored.
- If you submit a regrade request, your entire MP or exam will be regraded from scratch. Your grade may go down.
For further information, see this page on Academic Integrity and Plagiarism and the university's Policies and Procedures on Academic Integrity. Cheating and other unethical behavior will be dealt with severely.