ICT374 Major Assignment One Introduction Deadline and Penalty for Late Submission Question 1 (20%): Comparing the Cost of Output with Three I/O Models Question 2 (20%): The Memory Layout of a Process Question 3 (25%): Executing Commands in Child Processes Question 4 (25%): Reporting Information of Files Documentation Requirements Policy on the Reuse of Third Party Source Code Grievance with Assignment Marking Errata Introduction (Back to Beginning) This is an individual assignment. Each student must complete this assignment independently. This assignment consists of four questions, including both theory questions and programming questions and it covers Topic 1 to Topic 5. Please note that one of the objectives of this unit is to develop skills in self-learning and research. This assignment deliberately includes questions that requires some independent research on your part in order to come up with an answer. The assignment will be marked out of 100 marks, including 10 marks awarded for the quality of presentation (including formatting and layout of your assignment documents). To achieve good marks you must strictly adhere to the Documentation Requirements. Marks will be deducted if any of the requirements is not met. In some cases, such as failing to submit the assignment check list or failing to include source code and/or test evidences we may refuse to accept your assignment. You should try each question as soon as the relevant topic is covered, not to wait until all relevant topics are covered. Otherwise you may find that you do not have enough time to complete the assignment. Deadline and Penalty for Late Submission (Back to Beginning) This submission deadline of this assignment is specified in the Unit Information Page of the Unit LMS. If there is any change in the submission deadline, it will be announced in the Announcements page of the Unit LMS. Assignments submitted on or before the deadline will be marked out of 100%. Late submission of the assignment will have 10% of the student's raw mark deducted per day, unless an application for extension of submission deadline is granted. Submission that is late by more than 10 days will not be accepted (in fact the Unit LMS will stop accepting assignments 10 days after the published deadline). Applications for extension of your assignment deadline can only be made via email to the Unit Coordinator, normally prior to the specified due date of the assignment. If an extension is granted (also by email), you must attach a copy of the email to your submission (see Documentation Requirements). Applications for extension by phone or in person do not count even if granted. The above policy will be rigorously enforced.
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