This course has 12 two-hour lectures, and 4 special assignments.To pass the course the students need to complete the following:
- Attend the lectures and submit six lecture diaries, one for each week . (0-4 points / learning diary)
- Do all four special assignments. (0-5 points each)
Your grade is determined by the number of points you get from the lecture diaries and the special assignments (max. 44). Minimum amount of points to pass the course is 21.
Final grading of the course
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There is no possibility to pass the course with exam.
Grading of Learning diaries
The lecture diaries should be 2-3 pages. Every returned leaning diary will be graded. The scale is 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4 points.
- 4 points = the diary is of acceptable length, has good content, and something extra (small implementation, links, development ideas, etc.)
- 3 points = acceptable length, good content, nothing extra
- 2 points = acceptably and ok content
- 1 point = acceptable, but too short or otherwise below standard
- 0 point = no returned or not acceptable
General guidelines for writing your learning diaries
- Highlights of
the lectures that you participated. What do you think were the most important
things in the lecture?
- What were
your own expectations for the lecture/topic? What did you want to learn?
- What did you
learn? Evaluate their importance with respect to your own studies and
- Did the lecture give you new ideas?
- Were there
any things that were left unclear or that you didn't understand?
- Did you find
anything interesting related to the lecture topic in the Internet?
- Other comments and development ideas
Grading of special assignments
All 4 special assignments are mandatory. You should return a report, which could be given to a client, and includes matlab code that you wrote. The assignments will be graded 0-5 points making a total of 4 x 5 = 20 points.
- 5 points is excellent
- 4 points is very good
- 3 points is good
- 2 points is acceptable
- 1 point indicates you need to do better
- 0 points for not acceptable report.