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Dan Negrut

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Important Dates, ME759

Oct. 23, 11:59 PM (Learn@UW submission)
Proposal for Midterm Project is due. Default Midterm Project available if undecided.
One page of text (doesn’t include title page and references, if any). If going with default, submit one line saying so

Nov. 15, 11:59 PM (Learn@UW submission)
Midterm Project due
Seven pages of narrative at the most (this includes pictures but doesn’t include title page and references, if any)

Nov. 15, 11:59 PM (Learn@UW submission)
Proposal for Final Project is due
Two pages of text max (this includes pictures but doesn’t include title page and references, if any)

Nov. 25, 7:15 – 9:15 PM – midterm exam (Room TBA)

Dec. 15, 11:59 PM (Learn@UW submission)
Final Project due
Ten pages of narrative at the most (this includes pictures but doesn’t include title page and references, if any)


Please use the attached MS-Word and LaTeX templates for all documents you submit (stick with this formatting, font size, etc.).

NOTE: for the project intermediate report, I only need one page in which you have to provide a status update. Upload in the same box where you upload the corresponding project.
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f13-759-cheemalamarr

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Unread post Sun Oct 20, 2013 11:20 am

Re: Important Dates, ME759

Are the mid-term, final projects study oriented? Or do we have to write code for implementing something? I'm asking because apart from submitting some pages of text, nothing has been mentioned about submitting code.

Thanks,
Sai
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Unread post Sun Oct 20, 2013 11:40 am

Re: Important Dates, ME759

Sai - the page limit regarded the reports (midterm and final).
The code that goes along with your work should be uploaded along with the reports.

As for the exam: there will be no requirement to write/compile/run code as part of the exam. I might ask you to write pseudo-code, but that's going to be a pen-and-paper affair.
I hope this helps.
Dan
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Unread post Sun Oct 20, 2013 11:11 pm

Re: Important Dates, ME759

Hi,

Can you give us the default midterm specification ?
Thanks.

Ming
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Unread post Mon Oct 21, 2013 7:12 am

Re: Important Dates, ME759

Ming - it's in the syllabus, but i'll send it out today. It has to do with solving a banded linear system.
Also, I plan to have a second default option, i'll send that out today too.
Dan

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