Notices

  • Assignment 1 Marks Released

    Posted by Annette Spooner Wednesday 21 April 2021, 12:45:29 PM.

    The marks for Assignment 1 have been released. Penalties have been applied where applicable.

    You can access your marks by logging in to your account and typing:

    9517 classrun -sturec

    To see your marks on WebCMS3:

    • Select Timetable
    • Select 1PGA or 1UGA (postgraduate/undergraduate)
    • Scroll down to Class Roll
    • Select the “marks” icon (similar to a bar chart) against your name.

  • Individual Project Marks Released

    Posted by Annette Spooner Wednesday 21 April 2021, 12:13:02 PM.

    The marks for the individual component of the Project have been released. Late penalties have been applied where applicable. Please note that some marks have been withheld pending further investigation of the Turnitin similarity scores.

    The marks for Assignment 1 are being finalised and will be released soon.

    You can access your marks by logging in to your account and typing:

    9517 classrun -sturec

    To see your marks on WebCMS3:

    • Select Timetable
    • Select 1PGA or 1UGA (postgraduate/undergraduate)
    • Scroll down to Class Roll
    • Select the “marks” icon (similar to a bar chart) against your name.

  • Group peer review is now open

    Posted by Alfred Krzywicki Wednesday 21 April 2021, 11:44:36 AM, last modified Wednesday 21 April 2021, 11:48:44 AM.

    The peer review for all groups is now open. This is for each member of the group to enter participation percentage for all their own group members, including themselves. The deadline for this activity is 30 April at 16:59 AEST time.

    To enter the peer-review, log in into Moodle and click on GROUP Self Assessment>Project team peer review . You will be taken to the review page, where you can select percentage of all team member contributions, and optionally add comments. Comments, if any, should include statement about your own contribution and contributions of all other members.

    Please note: all group members must enter their peer-review. The project marking will not be completed unless all members fill this in.

  • GROUP Project Report and Source Code Submission due Friday 23 April 16:59

    Posted by Alfred Krzywicki Tuesday 20 April 2021, 11:41:42 AM, last modified Tuesday 20 April 2021, 03:03:12 PM.

    The Moodle submission links for the GROUP report document and source code is now open.

    DEADLINE : Friday 23 April 16:59.

    FORMAT : .2 files: 1) report document in PDF file, 2) source code in zip file. Please include your group name in the report file name . This helps to easier associate the submission with the group.

    The report and the source code will be submitted using Moodle. The Moodle course website has the submission section as shown here:

    Group report should be of maximum 10 pages (2-column IEEE format). Please carefully read project specification, Report section for details. Please also pay attention to proper acknowledgement and referencing of any external source used in the report and code.

    If you have any issues uploading the files, post it on the forum or send an email to cs9517@cse.unsw.edu.au

  • Plagiarism checking in report and code

    Posted by Arcot Sowmya Monday 19 April 2021, 07:02:43 PM, last modified Monday 19 April 2021, 07:29:09 PM.

    Dear 9517 Students

    Hope you are well and safe.

    While reviewing your Assignment 1 and Individual Project, we have found that some of you are unsure about how to properly acknowledge external sources used in writing the report or code. In this notice, we provide some guidelines which may help in avoiding any plagiarism in future.

    The Turnitin software used for plagiarism detection in reports highlights all parts of text that are found in other sources, including reports in this and other universities, published papers and web based sources. When reviewing Turnitin reports, we look for highlighted sentences and blocks of text. Blocks of text copied from another source attract higher penalty than single sentences. We also do not count short phrases, such as “training and test set”, “effectiveness and efficiency of the method” or “Support Vector Machine (SVM)” or other commonly used expressions. It is not sufficient to copy a text and change a few words, as the main content still remains the same. Therefore, after reading a paper or an Internet post, we suggest that you use your own words and rephrase the contents of the read material.

    Regarding code, please keep in mind that we also have effective tools to detect plagiarism.

    If your code is based on any external source, for example Internet repository or source code provided with a paper, it needs to be clearly acknowledged and referenced. The reader of your submission should be able to easily find the code you are referring to and check it against the source you provided. For example you might say “… the code of xxx function is based on [1]”, where [1] refers to a list of references. All references to code should be placed in the report, not the code itself, as we cannot read all the code to find references. Including a source in the reference list but not showing where and how it is being used will still count as plagiarism.

    While in the assignment and individual project report we have applied some leniency to referencing, in the coming group project and exam reports we shall be strict in applying the above guidelines. Please ask questions on Piazza if you need further clarification.

    We are looking forward to marking your clean and well written reports.

    Kind regards

    Sowmya, LIC

    and COMP9517 team

  • Total Lab Marks Released

    Posted by Annette Spooner Monday 19 April 2021, 03:20:15 PM.

    The total lab mark has now been released. The total mark includes any penalties applied for late submissions or other reasons, so may not necessarily be equal to the sum of your individual lab marks. It can be accessed in the same way as the other marks.

  • Lab 4 Marks Released

    Posted by Annette Spooner Monday 19 April 2021, 09:16:16 AM.

    The marks for Lab 4 have been released. Please note that late penalties, if any, have not yet been applied, but will be applied at the time of grading. You can access your marks by logging in to your account and typing:

    9517 classrun -sturec

    To see your marks on WebCMS3:

    • Select Timetable
    • Select 1PGA or 1UGA (postgraduate/undergraduate)
    • Scroll down to Class Roll
    • Select the “marks” icon (similar to a bar chart) against your name.

    The WebCMS3 system updates overnight so you may not be able to access the marks through WebCMS3 until tomorrow.

  • Project Demos Today!

    Posted by Annette Spooner Monday 19 April 2021, 08:36:55 AM.

    Don't forget that the first group of project demos are on today from 12pm - 2pm. Please check your stream and time and join the appropriate meeting link, at least 15 mins prior to your scheduled time, with your microphone muted. The meeting links for today can be found in the project demo instructions document posted on the course website or below. All members of a team must attend that team's demonstration and you are encouraged to watch other demonstrations as well.

    Good luck with your demonstrations!


    Stream 1 Monday April 19 th , 12-2pm

    Click here to join the meeting


    Stream 2 Monday April 19 th , 12-2pm

    Click here to join the meeting


    Stream 3 Monday April 19 th , 12-2pm

    Click here to join the meeting


  • CSE file server problem fixed!

    Posted by Alfred Krzywicki Friday 16 April 2021, 06:01:38 PM, last modified Friday 16 April 2021, 06:03:55 PM.

    Just an update to the last notice: according to CSE System Support, the problem has been isolated and fixed. If it happened that you lost the files and do not have a backup, please follow these instructions. given in Andrew Taylor's email, or if any further problems, please contact the Help Desk on helpdesk@cse.unsw.edu.au . Hope you can now relax and focus on your study.


  • Computer Science & Engineering file server problem

    Posted by Alfred Krzywicki Friday 16 April 2021, 01:16:39 PM.

    Dear students,

    You may have been notified already that in the last 24 hours a number of students in Computer Science & Engineering courses have lost all the files stored on CSE servers in their home directory. While the CSE System Support is working to find the cause and fix the problem, we s trongly encourage you to backup all your important files on CSE servers on the daily basis.

  • Teams Live link to Online lecture, Week 9 Thursday 15 April, 2-3 PM

    Posted by Alfred Krzywicki Thursday 15 April 2021, 01:02:30 PM, last modified Thursday 15 April 2021, 01:03:22 PM.

    Hello everyone,

    The Week 9 Thursday lecture of COMP9517 will be held on Thursday, 15 April, 2-3 PM

    It will be delivered through Teams Live.

    Join the class by clicking on this link:

    https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join

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