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Cornell | CS 422
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    Ellipse.pdf
    Course: CS 422
    School: Cornell

    Using the Ellipse to Fit and Enclose Data Points A First Look at Scientic Computing and Numerical Optimization Charles F. Van Loan Department of Computer Science Cornell University Problem 1: Ellipse Enclosing Suppose P a convex polygon with n verti

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    422Final08Sol.pdf
    Course: CS 422
    School: Cornell

    CS 422: Final Exam and Course Grading Guide Final Exam Distribution 90-100 85-89 80-84 75-79 70-74 65-69 60-64 < 60 xxx xxx x xxxx xx xxxx xxx xxx Homework Scores (5 (4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 5 + 3) = 120) 110-120 100-109 90-99 80-89 70-79 xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx

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    A3_422.pdf
    Course: CS 422
    School: Cornell

    CS 422: Assignment 3 Due: Wednesday, February 27, 2008 (In Lecture) Scoring for each problem is on a 0-to-5 scale ( 5 = complete success, 4 = overlooked a small detail, 3 = good start, 2 = right idea, 1 = germ of the right idea, 0 = missed the point

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    A5_422.pdf
    Course: CS 422
    School: Cornell

    CS 422: Assignment 5 Due: Monday, April 7, 2008 Scoring for each problem is on a 0-to-5 scale ( 5 = complete success, 4 = overlooked a small detail, 3 = good start, 2 = right idea, 1 = germ of the right idea, 0 = missed the point of the problem.) One

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    A4_422.pdf
    Course: CS 422
    School: Cornell

    CS 422: Assignment 4 Due: Friday, March 14, 2008 (P1,P2) and Wednesday, March 26, 2008 (P3) Scoring for each problem is on a 0-to-5 scale ( 5 = complete success, 4 = overlooked a small detail, 3 = good start, 2 = right idea, 1 = germ of the right ide

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    A1_422.pdf
    Course: CS 422
    School: Cornell

    CS 422: Assignment 1 Due: Wednesday, February 6, 2008 (In Lecture) Scoring for each problem is on a 0-to-5 scale ( 5 = complete success, 4 = overlooked a small detail, 3 = good start, 2 = right idea, 1 = germ of the right idea, 0 = missed the point o

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