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Unformatted text preview: Duke University Department of Physics Physics 392 Fall Term 2011 CLASS PROJECT INFORMATION Available: October 26 You must include your source code with your project output. You may choose to work with up to two others on this project, or you may do the project on your own. However please note that I expect the scope of the project to be proportional to the number of people involved. For multi-person projects, I ask also that you include an appendix with a statement describing in a few paragraphs the contribution of each person in the group. A collaborative project will receive a single grade, but I could in principle modify an individual’s grade based on greater or lesser contribution to the project (although I would not expect to do this normally). Each person should participate in actual writing of code. Note also that I will take into account your previous experience when grading this project....
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course PHYSICS 392 taught by Professor Scholberg during the Fall '11 term at Duke.

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