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Unformatted text preview: SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE COURSEWORK ASSESSMENT PROFORMA TITLE: Sample-based Beat Slicing and Granular Synthesiser MODULE & LECTURER: CM0340 Multimedia Prof. A D Marshall DATE SET: Monday October 17, 2011 SUBMISSION DATE: By Friday December 9, 2011 SUBMISSION ARRANGEMENTS: Hand in a hard copy of the exercise at the Coursework Hand-in Boxes by the Morning of Friday 9th December (Week 10, Semester 1). This coursework is worth 20% of the total marks available for this module. The penalty for late or non-submission is an award of zero marks. You are reminded of the need to comply with Cardiff University’s Student Guide to Academic Integrity. Your work should be submitted using the official Coursework Submission Cover sheet. INSTRUCTIONS The exercise involves developing a MATLAB Sample-based Beat Slicing and Granular Synthesiser. You must supply a typeset hard copy solution — a short (2-3 pages) written description conveying all the appropriate information to demonstrate and explain your programming philosophy is all that is required. For complete details see the following sheets. CRITERIA FOR ASSESSMENT Credit will be awarded against the following criteria. • Average marks (2.2 class Level) (50-60 %) will be awarded for solutions that provide a basic solution to all the main points of the problem (specified below) • Good marks (2.1 class Level) (60-70%) will be awarded for solutions that provide a thorough solution to all the main points of the problem (specified below) • High marks (1 st class) (over 70%) will be awarded for solutions that provide thorough solutions to the basic problems and also some novel extensions/additional features. • Solutions that do not satisfy the full criteria will get lower marks. Specifically the marks will be apportion as follow: • 10 marks are available for the basic satisfaction of the coursework requirements – Overview, appropriate satisfaction of all the basic criteria for the exercise (specified below). • 30 marks are available for your solution to working system that clearly demonstrates a working functional system with suitable MATLAB implementations of basic exercise criteria. • 30 marks are available for a clear write up and demonstration of a working system in the lab classes of a fully working system. The write up should clearly state your design and implementation strategy. • 30 marks are available for your design and incorporation of other features and media beyond the basic coursework specification....
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2012 for the course CM 0340 taught by Professor Davidmarshall during the Fall '09 term at Cardiff University.
- Fall '09