There was some confusion on what the fields were referring to. Here is an explanation:
You can view your project, exam and provisional final results on the course website. Please note that:
Please note that the final results are calculated based on an harmonic average formula, see the course outline for details. Please also note that the final results are provisional because the School has not approved them.
If you would like to view your exam paper, you can come to my office (608/K17) between 11:15am-12:15pm on Thur 23 May 2019.
If you cannot come during the above time slot, you can email me for an appointment.
All the best!
Please note that you can check your assignment marks from the course web site. From the menu on the left, click on the bar-chart icon next to your name.
Thanks for those who have signed up for the project interview. If you haven't done so, please do it as soon as possible.
Information for signing up is available on the project web page.
As stated in the project spec, you are asked to attend an interview in Week 11. During the interview, you are expected to complete the following 2 tasks:
The interview will be conducted in a CSE consultation room in Building K17. As mentioned in the spec, the interview will be conducted using your submitted code on a CSE computer. We won't accept any code other than the code submitted. You need to ensure your code does run on a CSE computer.
You can now sign up for the project interview. Each interview slot lasts for 10 minutes. Note that there are two sign-up links for two interview groups. You only have to choose one slot from either group. You can find the sign-up links in the project webpage on the course website.
The project spec has been released. You will find it under "Course Work" at the course website. You should be able to get the first part of the project started because we have already gone through how to do discrete event simulations.
Please note the following:
The assignment submission link is now opened. If you click on "Assignment" on the menu on the course website, you will find a "Make submission" tab.
Please note that there was an error in assignment released yesterday. Version 1.1 of the assignment is now on the course website. Please make sure you check the assignment page regularly to see whether there are updates because I won't be announcing all the updates.
Lecturer's consultation begins this week. You can find the details under the Timetable link on the course web page.
The assignment is now available on the course website.
Please note that the submission link is not ready yet. I will send a notice out after it has been set up.
Please note that the slides for Lecture 1B have been uploaded.
You probably have noticed that I blocked some text in the lecture slides for Lecture 1A. This was so that I could give you some exercises to do in class or I could ask questions. I have uploaded another file for Lecture 1A without blocking to the course website. This is the mode of operations that you can expect for this course:
See you tomorrow (Thur).
Please note that I have posted the lecture materials for the first lecture of Week 1 on the course website: http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~cs9334/
See you Monday at noon in Law Theatre G04.
P.S. There will be another set of lecture notes for the second lecture of Week 1, it will be called Week 1B. It will be available early next week.
Welcome to the 19T1 edition of COMP9334!
Please note that the website for COMP9334 is at: http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~cs9334/
The course outline is now available on the course website. Lecture notes will be posted before the lecture. I will send another notice out when it is available.
The lectures are on Mondays and Thursdays. Both are at 12-2pm in Law Theatre G04.
See you next Monday.