work on the assignments
. No geometry or graphics libraries may be used in the
1 point per day (max of 5 points) will be deducted
from late assignments.
You will be given a grade of 0
if an assignment is not
turned in by the last day of classes.
The programming assignments must be submitted on the class WebCT
page before 11:59 PM on the due date.
If the TA or instructor finds strong evidence of cheating
on assignments and/or the final examination, the student(s) involved
will receive an "F" in the course, and a memo describing the cheating
will be added to their student record. Be very careful, it is not
worth the risk.
Your source code for all programming assignments will be
run through a plagiarism detection system. This program uses compiler
techniques, which are invariant of syntax and style. If you are
sharing/borrowing code with other classmates (from this or previous
years), you will get caught.
Every student will make a 10 minute presentation based on a
research paper from the
Students should choose a paper from 1995 or earlier on a subject that
will not be covered in class by Professor Breen.
- January 24 - Sanket Rambhia
- February 7 - Yaqi Zhang
- February 14 - Nate Jackson
- February 14 - Lee Rosenfeldt
- February 28 - Dan Brooks
- February 28 - Simon Galperin
- March 7 - David Turner
There will be a final exam on the material from class that is
not covered by the regular assignments.