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Unformatted text preview: ns – T: 5:30-6:30pm, EE115 5:30– W: 5:30-6:30pm, EE115 5:30– R: 5:30-6:30pm, ME 3006 5:30- Capacity Capacity of each help session is limited to 40 students students 16 Programming Assignments Several programming assignments – Work on your own (the last assignment Work may may require you to work with a partner) – Developed on Linux and submitted Developed electronically electronically (through Blackboard) – Do not wait until the last minute. If Do Blackboard goes down, so does your grade grade 17 Code Code clarity The The code should be organized, clear, and and well commented Part of your project grade will be Part based based on these items Other important criteria: logic Other correctness, correctness, coding efficiency, clarity Code will be evaluated on a Linux Code platform platform 18 Exams/Final Exams/Final Means to meet learning objectives Two midterms: – Wednesday, Oct 2, 6:30-7:30pm, EE 129 6:30– Tuesday, Nov 12, 6:30-7:30pm, FRNY G140 6:30- Final: 2 hours No make-up exams make If conflict, notify us as soon as possible If (weeks (weeks or more in advance) 19 Academic Academic Honesty All cases of academic dishonesty will be reported to the ECE Associate Head AND the Dean of Students Office AND result in a failing grade If you claim someone else's work as your own, we we call that ‘cheating.’ – Do not do quizzes or exams for other students – If you received help for your assignment, acknowledge it – but do your own work! – All work is subject to computer-based comparison and analysis... Resist the temptation to take short-cuts in schoolwork – they inevitab...
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