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Solutions for the Sample Exam are now available:
Assign2 results are available,
apart from about 40 unresolved cases that are still with tutors
(they show up as ?/40). See Assignment 2 | Assessment for what to do if you think the assessment wasn't conducted properly and you were penalised as a result.
The following groups did not manage to complete the assign2 submission process. Students have been sent email to their official UNSW account asking them to resubmit. We need them by late tomorrow or assessment will be substantially delayed.
Please see Week 12 lecture materials for links to Course Review, Exam Structure and Sample Final Exam.
We will discuss " Exam Structure " and " Sample Exam " in the Wednesday lecture . Sample exam paper will be available on Tuesday, I will send a notice once its available online. Solutions for the Sample Exam will be available online after Week-13.
See notes under Assignment 1 - Assessment for details of how to collect your test results, and a document that will help you replicate them if you're unsure why some tests might have failed.
Early bonuses have been processed, and inconsistent style assessments resolved as of 15:18 on Sunday.
The mean mark is now 11.8/20.
If you are working with a partner, let your tutor know ASAP, no later than 9am Monday. Otherwise your tutor will assume that you are working on your own. Please check the Assignment 2 Groups page (link at left) that your name appears there and that you are either in a group of 1 or correctly paired.
Assuming you've drawn breath by now, feel free to check out the Matlab assignment due at the end of next week (week 11).
The first part at least can be done with lab work already completed, but the main first step is do decide whether you'd like to work with a partner from the same lab group or on your own (most do it alone because of difficulties in getting together out of class time). You should try to organise this during this week's lab if possible, or advise your tutor by the weekend if that's not possible. All groups have to be finalised by the start of week 11 so we can open submissions.
For students who have started Part B, there is an additional summary of some hints to help you finish off.
Two slides I displayed in today's lecture are available: Assignment-1 (notices) .
Lab09 is available. Please note that the lab exercises are based on the material (rest of week-8 lecture slides) to be covered in the Monday lecture (week-9).
For a summary of the most common Q&A on completing the first part of assign1, go to the Part A discussion link under Assignment 1 (the assignment link, not the Forum). Read these notes before posting your question, it may have been addressed already.
Lab 8 (Using Matlab) is available. Please read and attempt the lab 8 questions before attending your lab class, otherwise you might not be able to solve all the questions in the lab.
Week 7 (Additional Slides): Screenshots from Matlab (from slide 5 onwards) For “Example – rates of diffusion”
As a student of UNSW, you are licensed to install Matlab on your own personal computer for non-commercial purposes. See instructions below:
As noted in the instructions above, " We recommend you to download Matlab 2013b because this is the version in the lab. However, you can download a later version if you wish. ... "
Possible Mac OS Error:
While running/launching Matlab 2013b on some versions of Mac OS X, you may receive Java exception error. One possible solution is to apply a patch, see the bug report below, you need to login using Matlab a/c login and password to view the bug report and download the patch file:
See under Course Work. It may seem long, but you complete it in itty bitty chunks once you understand what's required. Part A can be started any time after you've done lab 06. It's due at the end of week 9, but there's a bonus if you finish by 6pm Monday of week 9. Help is available via the forums, from the general consultants, and from assignment consults during week 8 and week 9.
Just a reminder that the Midterm Test will be held during the first hour of your lab in Week 5 lab . Wait outside while your tutor sets up the exam environment. When you are allowed in follow the tutor's instructions. The test is conducted under exam conditions: no talking, no phones, no watches, no nonsense.
For the second hour in Week05 lab , you will write an OO Basic program , see under Labs for Week05 lab.
Tomorrow's consultation is moved to Friday 1st April. No other consultations during the break.
Sample Mid Session Test is now available, see "Sample Exam" under "Course Work" in the left panel.
The solutions for this sample exam questions will be available online on 29 March.
Click on the grades icon, located on the left panel, bottom right hand corner next to your name.
Check the Timetable page for times.
Starting this week, you can't swap to another course at myUNSW. You can request a class or course swap for the above courses here . Your request will be processed manually by the CSE student office and you will be notified via email when it is done. This service is available until end of March only.
Week-1 Demo (Final) file is now available, see "Week-1" under "Lectures" in the left panel.
The Timetable page has consultation times and locations. Check this page regularly because we may add more times later. The consultations that are held in the labs are run like a lab class except that you can't get your labs marked.
It is not compulsory to attend the consultation. But they are useful if you have questions or struggling with the course content. Or you could make use of them to prepare your labs each week.
Week-2 Lecture slides and Demo file are now available.
ENGG1811 (Echo360) lecture recording are available.
Please login to Moodle ( http://moodle.telt.unsw.edu.<wbr>au/ ) and go to ENGG1811 where you will find ‘ Echo360 ’ in the left corner .
Week02 lab is now available, see "Labs" under "Course Work" in the left panel.
Lecture notes on Spreadsheets and Demo files are now available, click "Lectures" under "Course Work" in the left panel.
Welcome to ENGG1811 (Computing for Engineers)!
The first meeting (lecture) is at 11am Monday 29 February 2016 , in Sir John Clancy Auditorium (K-C24-G17). The course outline is now available, please see the link " Course Outline " in the left panel. Please read it all, and ask questions in the first lecture on anything that's not clear. The course material will be available on this website, so you may want to bookmark this page.
Labs start in Week-2 , so there are no labs in Week-1.
See you on Monday!