You can pick up your math exercise copies at our office or during the exercise sessions.
|Math exercises||Math solution||Comp projects||Comp solution||Additional material||Points|
|#1/5 (due 24.03)||assignment1||solution1||assignment1||solution1 gramSchmitdR||matlab/R reference||outcome (excel)|
|#2/5 (due 08.04)||assignment2||solution2||assignment2||solution2||outcome (excel)|
|#3/5 (due 14.04)||assignment3||solution3||assignment3 data||solution3||outcome (excel)|
|#4/5 (due 21.04)|| assignment4
|#5/5 (due 28.04)||assignment5||solution5|| assignment5
||solution5||Ex3: Hints for plotting plot_colour.R||outcome (excel)|
Exam results and grades
Exam 07/05 (excel)
Submission rules for the comp projects:
(1) Always mention your name and student ID in the
To help us improve the course, please mention also your department and whether you are bachelor, master or PhD student. (2) We use the report as basis for the grading: All your results should be in the report. We only look at the code if something seems to be wrong with your results. We won't, however, go fishing for results in your code.
(3) The code needs to be submitted as a runnable file (or set of files).
(4) In your report, the results will be mostly either in form of a figure or of a program output. In both cases, add some sentences which explain what you are showing and why the results are the answer to the question.
(5)If we ask you to test whether an algorithm works, always give an example which shows that the algorithm indeed works.
Submission rules for the math exercises:
(1) Always mention your name and student ID on your copies To help us improve the course, please
mention also your department and whether you are bachelor, master
or PhD student.
(2) Staple your papers, else they mix with other people's solutions!
(3) If we can't read what you write, we can't give you points.
(4) Give detailed derivations.
As a rule of thumb: Don't make us work to understand what you did! It is your job to convince us that you solved the exercise.
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