News for COMP2111 in session 1, 2018
As Kai isn't working at UNSW anymore, I (Liam) will manage all the day-to-day operations of this course leading up to and during the exams. I'll be responsible for grading assignment 3 as usual, as well as marking your exam. I'll also try to be more available on the forums to answer your questions.
If you have any queries about the course that you normally would have sent to Kai, please direct them to me instead.
Published: Wed, 06 Jun 2018 06:39:59 GMT
As of today, I am no longer working here. Your questions on the forums will be answered by a yet-to-be-named replacement, who will also be responsible for grading your exams and finalising the marks.
Thanks for making this session such an enjoyable one to teach. I wish you all the best for your further education.
PS: Check the forums for a post on exam cheat sheets.
Published: Mon, 04 Jun 2018 01:47:43 GMT
The future of COMP2111 will be 9 weeks of 2+2h lectures (instead of the 12 weeks of 2+2h we have in 2018) and 10 weeks of 1h tutorials (instead of 12 weeks of 1h). File under efficiency dividend.
Published: Tue, 29 May 2018 10:52:21 GMT
Tomorrow, on Wednesday May 30th, there's a 24h strike at UNSW. As far as I know, Liam cannot participate, which means that the tutes are on.
Published: Tue, 29 May 2018 04:58:09 GMT
Under the tree, I mentioned an article about AI/ML worth reading. This article
is a collection of cautionary tales about unexpected results from experiments in the field. You can read it as a sequence of lessons in something we always cared for in COMP2111: the spec matters, it has to be precise
. The particular twist here is that it's not a human programmer who takes a short cut but an algorithm.
Published: Fri, 25 May 2018 09:23:43 GMT
today's lecture will comprise 1h discussing student-provided solutions to the 2017 final exam followed by a social gathering under the CSE tree.
Published: Fri, 25 May 2018 00:32:54 GMT
The course forums are back! Please register using your UNSW email address. You don't have to use your UNSW or CSE account name if you'd rather maintain a limited form of anonymity. To prevent forum spam from outside, your first post will have to be approved by a moderator before it becomes visible to others.
Published: Tue, 13 Mar 2018 02:52:04 GMT
Because us academics are no longer trusted to make reasonable decisions in these matters, all student requests concerning a.o. overloading, requisite waivers, timetable clashes, course substitutions, progression checks, CoE extensions, credit transfers, and articulations are now to be submitted via the engineering website online forms
Published: Mon, 19 Feb 2018 02:41:44 GMT