The course projects are challenging and time consuming. They may require significant effort to understand the implementation details and concepts: Start Early!
Most of the projects in this course will come with extensive (partially complete) skeleton code, test cases, infrastructure, etc. We will distribute that code using the EECS gitlab (EECS Gitlab). You are encouraged to use git’s version control and code merge features to work with your partner collaboratively.
Course projects will be submitted via Gradescope.
Each project will be accompanied by a
Makefile that will build a (time stamped) zip file suitable for submission to gradescope. For example, in HW1, you would do:
> make zip
zip 'hw1-submit(2022-01-06-21:45:36).zip' hellocaml.ml studenttests.ml
adding: hellocaml.ml (deflated 67%)
adding: studenttests.ml (deflated 52%)
The result is a file called hw1-submit(<TIMESTAMP>).zip, which you should upload to Gradescope.
Teams for group projects will consist of two students.
All projects are due at 11:59pm on the due date.
Projects submitted late, but within 24 hours of the deadline are subject to a 10 point penalty.
Projects submitted late, but between 24 and 48 hours of the deadline are subject to a 20 point penalty.
If you have an extremely unusual circumstance, such as a serious and extended illness, contact the course instructor for special consideration.
Regrade requests should be sent to the course staff. Only reasonable requests will be considered. The entire project or exam will be regraded. Note that this means that the score on a regraded project might decrease.
Projects that do not compile will get no credit.
Projects that compile will receive partial credit according to the grading guidelines provided in the project description.