Your final grade for the course will be determined using the following weights:
|Midterm Exam:||20%|| Wed,
Dec 15, 2010
|Final Exam:||20%|| Wed,
Feb 2, 2011
Attendance and participation at the lectures and lab sessions will
be monitored. Failure to
attend and participate in a course meeting on
than two occasions during the semester without proper excuse will
result in a 5% deduction from your final grade. The most common
reason to miss a class session is due to illness. Missed classes
for other reasons should be discussed with the instructor ahead of time
and will be
with on a case-by-case basis.
Excuses will not be given to extend holidays. Make your plane/train reservations accordingly.
Missing a class session due to
If you are ill, present a note from your doctor (called an "Attest" in German) in order to be excused from class.
If you have been excused from a lab session, see the lab instructor to make arrangements to make up the missed work.
Missing a lab session
without a proper excuse
result in a score of 0 for that lab.
Missing an exam due to illness:
If you are too ill to take an exam, you must inform me by email or phone AT LEAST 30 MINUTES BEFORE the start of the exam, and present an "Attest" from your doctor when you return to class. Make-up exams for anyone who has been excused from an exam will take place on the following days:
Wed, Dec 22, 10:00 (Midterm make-up)
Wed, Feb 9, 9:00 (Final make-up)
Missing an exam without a proper
result in a score of 0 for that exam.
Grades for homework and lab assignments will be based on correctness
style. Make sure that your code compiles, functions correctly,
and conforms to
the coding conventions set down in the Style
Follow the directions given in the assignment. Naming your classes and methods as requested will make grading the assignments easier and put the grader in a better mood when assigning your score.
Write junit tests thoroughly! We will write our own tests, which should also pass.
No points will be given for code that does not compile.
No late submissions will be accepted.
* Course: Data Structures and Algorithms for Language Processing WS 2010/2011
* Assignment: (Enter the assignment, hw1 exercise1, for example)
* Author: (Enter your full name here)
* Description: (Enter a description of your program here)
* Honor Code: I pledge that this program represents my own work.
* I received help from:
* (enter the names of others that helped with the assignment, or
* no one if you received no help)
* in designing and debugging my program.