Your grade will be determined by the assignments (2/3) and final exam (1/3).
There will be approximately four assignments. Each assignment will
have a "target date" for completion but the actual due date for
turning in all of the assignments is
May 28 June 4. Thus
you can work at
your own pace, but it is a good idea to stick to the target dates and
come by my office hours periodically to check your progress.
You are encouraged to work in groups of 2-3 on each assignment. Please indicate the names of your collaborators at the top of each assignment and cite any references used, except for standard class material. Each student must maintain his or her own three-ring binder containing their solutions to the assignments.
Your solutions must be prepared in LaTeX (printed to pdf or ps), html, or some other electronic form. Please check with me before choosing a format. (If you don't already know LaTeX, this is an excellent opportunity to start using it. Nearly all academic conferences and journals require LaTeX formatted submissions.) Your solutions should include all diagrams, written explanations, code, and program output (e.g. Matlab plots) relevant to the problem.
Most recently updated on Mar. 30, 2002 by Serge Belongie.