Ernest Ryu, MWF 9:00–9:50am, MS 5117
Andrew Krieger, TR 9:00–9:50am, MS 6221
Friday, Nov. 2, 9:00–9:50am
Thursday, Dec. 13, 3:00–6:00pm
Ryu, MWF 10:00–11:00am, MS 7324
Krieger, W 1:00–2:00pm, MS 2000
It is the student's responsibility to make sure, at the beginning of the quarter, that he or she can take the midterm and final exams on the specified date and time. Make-ups for the midterm of final exams will be accommodated only under extreme emergencies.
We will have 6 homework assignments. They are not of equal difficulty and are not weighed equally. You must complete all homework assignements. However, you have 5 late days and you can use up to 3 late days per homework assignment. The total score, which the final letter grade is based on, is computed with weight: homework 20%, midterm 30%, and final 50%.
Collaboration is strongly encouraged, as it has huge educational and social value. However, we take cheating in exams and
very seriously. We will report violations. Use common sense to judge what constitutes cheating. Clearly, any form of collaboration in exams is cheating.
In homework assignments we have the baseline rule: it is cheating to look at a classmate's code, except when you are expressly helping to debug. For example, copy-pasting part of a friend's code and tweaking is cheating. However, feel free to use pseudocode in discussions.