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Name: Student ID Number: CPSC 444 2002-‘03 (T1) 1 of 22 Final Exam (2.0 hours) Signature: CPSC 444 2002-‘03 (T1) Final Exam Department of Computer Science University of British Columbia K. MacLean Exam Instructions (read carefully): 1. Sign the first page of the exam with your signature in the space provided on the upper left immediately . 2. Continue reading the instructions, but do not open the exam booklet until you are told to do so by a proctor. 3. Cheating is an academic offense. Your signature on the exam indicates that you understand and agree to the University’s policies regarding cheating on exams. 4. The exam is closed book . There are no aids permitted , except for a calculator. 5. No one will be permitted to leave the exam room during the last ten minutes of the exam. Question Points Possible Mark 1 16 2 16 3 28 4 27 5 15 6 10 7 18 8 16 9 20 10 18 11 16 Total 200
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Name: Student ID Number: CPSC 444 2002-‘03 (T1) 2 of 22 Final Exam (2.0 hours) Peer Review DO NOT PROCEED BEYOND THIS PAGE UNTIL INSTRUCTED Read instructions carefully before beginning the peer review: Be objective, fair and honest . Mark each teammate independently; there is no limit to the “marks” you can hand out. Four criteria for your marks are provided, including an “overall / other” criteria in which you can either make an overall assessment, or assess an aspect not otherwise mentioned. If you are marking another aspect (“other”) please identify it in the space below the table. In computing an individual’s peer score, criteria will be weighted equally and input from all teammates will be averaged. If you give any mark of -1 or lower, please comment further in the space below the table, identifying the teammate by name. Your responses will be confidential. Each team member will receive their averaged score, plus any comments (typed), with no names attached. You must complete the evaluation. Blank or incomplete evaluations will be counted against your final exam score. -2 -1 0 1 2 inadequate marginal acceptable good excellent Enter your team number , and each teammate’s name in the left column, printing clearly ; then enter a mark of [2 to –2] under each of the criteria in the remaining four columns for each teammate. Team number: ___ Teammate name (a) Positive attitude (b) Did his/her share of the work in a timely manner (c) Contributed ideas and/or leadership (d) Overall / Other (if “other”, identify below) Justify any low marks (-1 or -2). State teammate’s name first, and continue on back of this sheet if necessary.
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Name: Student ID Number: CPSC 444 2002-‘03 (T1) 3 of 22 Final Exam (2.0 hours) Question #1 [16 points total]: Theories of Human Performance (a) “Spotlight” and “FINST” are two theories of how ___ attention ___ works. Describe each, highlighting the difference between the two. [5 pts] The “spotlight” theory of attention is based on a unitary locus of attention that the user controls by scanning through space.
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This note was uploaded on 10/09/2011 for the course CPSC 344 taught by Professor Karen during the Fall '10 term at The University of British Columbia.

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