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Please use Homework Cover Page for your paper copy and softcopy submissions:
Homework Assignment 1 (Grading
Homework Assignment 2 (Grading Criteria )
Homework Assignment 3 (Grading Criteria)
Homework Assignment 4 (Phase I: Grading Criteria)
(Phase II: Grading Criteria)
CS 470 Term Project
CS 670 Term Project: Phase I (Grading Criteria)
CS 670 Term Project: Progress Report
(Submit your presentation file(s) using UMassOnline before 4:00 PM 12/2/2008)
CS 670 Term Project: Code Submission (4:00 PM 12/11/2008)
CS 670 Term Project: Term Paper Submission (11:59 PM 12/21/2008)
For programming assignments, please make sure that you've budgeted enough time for your assignments. It is recommended that you should begin immediately with all the assignments as soon as they are assigned. For each assignments, you can pick any language in the following list:
You may use any standard conferment compiler and/or any development environment you like, such as Eclipse for Java or Visual Studio for MS Visual C++. However, all programming assignments submitted are required to compile under:
As the tradition of UMB CS Department, you need to include a text file, named README, in your submission. Inside the file, please specify your programming environment, i.e., what is your operating system, programming language, compiler version, or tools that you use for your assignment. So the TA can correctly evaluate your assignment. Also, please provide a short description, i.e., a paragraph or two, about your assignment, for example, what is your approach for the assignment, what are the the problems you have, any suggestion for the assignment is also welcome as well.
It is your responsible to ensure that your programs compile and execute correctly in the appropriate environment. TA will only check your program with appropriate environment. Any problems caused by non-compatible compilers can not be considered grounds for any extensions, or for leniency in grading.
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