CSE 382 Algorithms and Data Structures
Barbara Nostrand, Ph.D.
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
|APR 29||ORAL FINAL EXAMINATION|
If you receive less than a passing mark on the Written Final Examination, then you may request an individual Oral Final Examination in which you will demonstrate understanding of the various programs which you submitted during the semester. If you adequately demonstrate an understanding of the material in this course in your Oral Final Examination, then your Final Grade will be computed on the basis of points received including the points you receive on the Written Final Examination. There are no points awarded for the Oral Final Examination. Only a Pass/Fail. You must sit for the Written Final Examination in order to be eligible for the Oral Final. We will endeavor to email your Written Final Examination score to you by midnight Sunday. Please clearly print your email address at the top of your examination form. We can not send email messages to addresses which we can not read. Oral Examinations will be conducted individually on Monday and Tuesday of next week. You must individually request an Oral Final Examination.
You will only be allowed to take an Oral Final Examination if it can improve your course grade. The results of your Oral Final Examination will not be discussed, nor will they necessarily be reported to you, at the conclusion of the examination.
|APR 29||EXTENDED DEADLINES|
The deadlines for both LAB 11 and LAB 12 are extended until Friday of this week.
|APR 27||GRADING SYSTEM|
Due to discovering extensive fraud in Laboratory Assignments turned in for credit, there will be a High Value cumulative Final Examination for this course.
What this means is that you must pass the Final Examination in order to avoid receiving an F for the course. Passing the final examination is based upon the minimum reportable grade above an F for the individual stuent. This means that undergraduate students must score at least 63 points on the Final Examination. Graduate students must score at least 73 points on the Final Examination.
You must present your Syracuse University ID Card during the Final Examination.
|MAR 31||Please check the revised schedule.|
|MAR 24||SERVER UPGRADE - The course web page will be down from Midnight, Friday March 28th for up to 48 hours!|
|MAR 06||ATTENTION GRADUATE STUDENTS! Yesterday, the department chairman instructed me to assign an F to any graduate student not satisfactorly completing this course. I urge you to attend every class meeting and every help session for the remainder of this course.|
|MAR 06||Contrary to popular belief among students of this course, marks earned in later assignments DO NOT OUTWEIGH marks forfeited in earlier assignments. This means that you "blow off" currently late assignments at your own peril.|
Please read carefully as the following updates will impact your submission for the rest of the semester:
|FEB 13||I've added a note which I hope will help you with Lab 4|
|FEB 12||The deadline for Lab 4 is extended to FEB 14|
|FEB 05||Vote in the Presidential Primary Today|
|FEB 04||Some students have been computing the desired cost function and using it as the limit for a single for loop. This is not acceptable and will result in a mark of zero for that part of Lab 3. The sequential structure of the algorithm itself must consume the desired cost function for an input parameter value of n.|
|FEB 04||I modified the tangent portion of lab 3 so that it is compatible with the numeric representation system for sine and cosine.|
|JAN 25||The submission system is now working. Please use it to submit assignments starting with assignment 2. |
|JAN 22||Due to late registrations for this course, the due date for the first assignment is extended until JAN 24.|
|JAN 21||Laboratory Periods
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