Notices

  • Week 12-13 Agenda

    Posted by Aarthi Natarajan Monday 16 October 2017, 11:04:03 PM, last modified Monday 16 October 2017, 11:07:34 PM.

    Dear students,

    Agenda for weeks 12 and 13

    Lectures: This week will be the last week of lectures. On Tuesday & Wednesday, I will be doing a revision of key concepts presented in the course and I will also discuss the format of the final exam paper.

    Tutorials: Tutorials will run in week 12 and week 13. During these tutorials, we will be revising the course content and looking at some exam-style questions

    Labs:

    1. Labs will run in week 12 and week 13.
    2. In this week's lab (week 12), you will be doing a practice exam paper for 1 hour and 5 mins. The practice exam will be shorter but similar in style to the final exam. Please remember to bring some writing paper to your lab session, to write the responses to the practice exam. Solution to this exam will be made available at the end of the week. This exam will not be marked, but you will receive 5 marks (towards lab 12) for just attempting the practice exam.
    3. In week 13 lab, you will have the final group project presentation

  • Iteration 3 Deliverable

    Posted by Aarthi Natarajan Sunday 15 October 2017, 04:19:08 PM.

    Dear students, please note the specification and deliverable for iteration 3 is uploaded under the Assignments Folder

  • Additional Consult, Group Project Requirements Relaxation

    Posted by Aarthi Natarajan Thursday 12 October 2017, 09:26:12 AM, last modified Thursday 12 October 2017, 09:27:45 AM.

    1. An additional consultation time has been added for today, 3:00 - 4:00 pm, Rm 402 (Level 4, CSE).

    2. Due to the varying implementations by students in relation to the mandatory/optional requirements, dashboard views, we have relaxed the rules of the project guidelines, so that the following possible implementation variations will be accepted:

    • Admin being able to add both mandatory and optional questions to a new survey, before passing to the staff to be "reviewed". Staff can choose additional optional questions from the pool of optional questions (already pre-created by the admin)
    • Admin is able to only add mandatory questions to a new survey and staff can choose optional questions from the pool of optional questions (already pre-created by the admin).
    • Staff can remove an optional question from the list of optional questions already chosen for the survey, provided survey is not open to students yet.
    • Admin is able to only add mandatory questions to a new survey and staff can choose optional questions from the pool of optional questions (already pre-created by the admin)
    • Once reviewed, the survey is "open" to students and will disappear from the dashboard.
    • Once reviewed, the survey is "open" to students but will still appear on the dashboard of the staff, but they will not be able to edit it any further to add/remove more optional questions.

    We will be flexible in this area, as this is pure implementation variation, as long as your user-stories and implementation match

    3. During the current iteration demo, we have noticed a few groups where the implementation does not match their UML class diagram. Tutors have spotted these, and have advised students where such difference has been noticed. It is important that your UML diagram corresponds to the implementation. For this iteration, you will not loose marks, but for the final iterations,we will be checking your code to ensure that the source code reflects the UML class diagram, with marks being deducted if the code fails to do so.

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