I will be available on Monday 11th from 11:30am-12:15pm in my office (608/K17) if you'd like to view your exam paper.
If you would like to view your exam paper, you can do it this afternoon (Thur 7 July) at 5-5:30pm.
I will make another time available next Monday (11 July) for viewing the exam paper. I will announce the time once I know my schedule.
Project, exam and overall course marks are now available. You can check your marks by logging onto your CSE account and type the following command at the prompt:
9334 classrun 16s1 -sturec
The exam mark is in a field called examAdjusted which has been scaled. Your overall course mark is in a field called final. Note that the overall course mark, according to the course outline, is computed according to an harmonic mean formula, as follows:
If you wish to see your exam paper, you can email me. I will find a time next week so that you can drop in to see your exam paper without having to make an appointment.
I'll be holding pre-exam consultations at the following times in 608/K17
Friday 10 June: 12:30-1:30
Tuesday 14 June: 11:30-12:30
In Week 12, we will finish all the lecture materials. This includes the unfinished lecture in Week 11 due to evacuation half-way through the lecture, Week 12's materials on optimisation and course review.
In Week 13,
Friday 10 June
Friday 3 June
(note: In the earlier notice, I made a mistake with the date of Friday Week 13, it should be 3rd, not 10th)
11am-1pm, in EE G24 (note: not G25, which is the lecture theatre the we normally use, but the lecture room next to it) I will go through the revision problems on optimisation. On the same day, at
, I will have a consultation in 608/K17
Due to some last minute commitment that I need to attend on 3 June, the consultation will be from 1:10-2:00.
There was an evacuation in the Electrical Engineering in the middle of the lecture this morning (around 11:40am). We are still not allowed to return to the building at this time. I will cancel the lecture for the rest of today. Further announcement will be made in the lectures in Week 13.
We will be looking at optimisation for Weeks 10-12. The lectures notes for Week 10 are now available. I've also included a number of AMPL files for demonstration during the lecture. AMPL is a programming language for specifying optimisation problems. The demo version of AMPL can be downloaded for free from:
You can choose between the command line or IDE version.
The assignment marks are now available. You can check your mark by logging onto your CSE account and type the following command at the prompt:
9334 classrun 16s1 -sturec
Please note that the consultation for Week 9 (Friday, 6 May) has been rescheduled to 4-5pm on the same day because the lecturer has to attend a last-minute meeting.
The project has been released. You can view it under the "Course Work" menu on the course website. The due date is Sunday 22 May 2016. The project is on simulation, which is covered in Weeks 7 and 8. You should be able to start the project now based on your knowledge of what has been covered in Week 7.
Please note that the lecturer is away in Week 6. There are no lectures and consultation during that week.
Lectures will resume in Week 7.
Assignment 1 results have been released. You can check it via this link . In general the class did pretty well with this assignment with an average mark of 4.5 out to 5.
Assignment 2 has been released. You can find it under the "Course Work" menu on the left panel. Assignment 2 covers the lecture materials in Week 3 and Week 4.
There are no lectures on Friday in Week 4 due to Easter public holiday. A make-up lecture will take place on Friday 1 April at 10am-1pm in EE G25. The make-up lecture will cover the materials in Week 4.
Have a good Easter break!
In the version of the lecture notes that you get before the lectures, I block some text in my lecture notes so that I can ask questions in the lecture. A "no text blocking" version of the lecture notes will be released after each lecture. You can find both versions under "Lectures".
Week 3's lecture notes have been posted. Please note that pages 2 and 3 of the notes contain an exercise on probability that you should try to work on before the lecture.
Assignment 1 has been posted under "Course Work" menu on the course website. This assignment is based on the lecture materials in Week 2. Submission deadline is 11:59pm Monday 4 April 2016.
I've added a link under "Course Work" on the menu on the left for lecture recordings. Unfortunately, it seems that something went wrong with the recoding this morning and only voice was captured. I'll follow this up.
Welcome to the 16s1 edition of COMP9334!
Please note that the course website is: http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~cs9334/
The lectures are on Fridays 10-1 in ElecEng G25. You should try to do the following before the lecture on Friday:
See you on Friday.