PolicyGuidelinescs8803airfall2017.pdf

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Answer Correctness: It is possible that a student answer on Piazza will not be 100% correct. If that occurs, we will generally correct or expand upon the correct answer in the instructors answer portion of the post. In a rare case, it may even be possible that an instructor or TA makes a mistake and types something incorrect (for example, using an “or” instead of an “and” which completely reverses the meaning of a bit of logic….). We will do our best to correct any issues we find, and ask you to notify us if you believe something is incorrect. However, if something on Piazza is in contradiction with the course syllabus or an assignment specification document, please wait for us to update the syllabus or assignment before believing it 100%. Don’t spoil things: You may discuss code or solutions for ungraded quizzes (e.g., the programming quizzes in the Lessons but not the Problem Sets ) on Piazza at any time, but please put the word “Spoiler” in the title of the post to alert other students who may not wish to see the answer until after they have attempted that quiz. Using Udacity Make sure to check the minimum requirements for using the Udacity platform. When you log into Udacity, you MUST select the “Georgia Tech” button in the list of alternate login service below the main username/password area. You will be directed to the standard Georgia Tech login screen and then bounced back to Udacity after you authenticate. This allows you to access the course content. Note that it may take 24 hours after you register for the course for your access rights to propagate to Udacity, so if you can’t see the lecture videos immediately after registering for the course, please hold tight for a day. Also, and perhaps more importantly, if you are not logged in using your Georgia Tech credentials, you will NOT RECEIVE CREDIT FOR COMPLETING THE PROBLEM SETS! We have had a few instances where students have completed their problem sets on Udacity, but they did not receive credit for having done so because they were logged into a personal account instead of their Georgia Tech account, or had not refreshed their login immediately before doing the problem sets. Udacity Problem sets also require T-Square Submission 2/5 August 18, 2017
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CS 8803 Artificial Intelligence for Robots Fall 2017 You will find problem sets 1-6 on Udacity. They typically consist of a few questions that have multiple choice or numerical answers, and one or two python programming problems. Udacity can “run” your python code directly so that you may develop & test in your web browser. HOWEVER, in addition to running your code you MUST press the “SUBMIT” button to test your code against additional test cases and to receive credit for completing the programming problems.
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