|Final Grades Now Posted|
|Posted on Thursday, 08 May 2003, 12:24PM|
They are on the grades link on the left. I thought all the
presentations were good, and several of the projects showed a lot of
promise. All the projects showed that significant effort was spent
trying to get the software to meet the requirements.
|Posted on Friday, 11 April 2003, 11:44AM|
Final presentations will be held April 29, 1-4pm in 1D15. Each one
will be half an hour. The presentation will include a demonstration of
your project so, make sure it runs on the machines in that lab (or,
bring a laptop).
|PS2 Grades are Posted|
|Posted on Friday, 21 March 2003, 11:30AM|
You can see the link on the left. If you don't know your
randomly-generate ID just send me an email from the .engr.sc.edu or
.cse.sc.edu domains or drop by my office. I will not reply to
emails from outside the university asking for secret ID (for obvious
|Times for Code Reviews (PS2)|
|Posted on Monday, 17 March 2003, 04:50PM|
The times for the code reviews are shown below. Remember to have a
demo prepared and bring a printout of your code and any associated
|Meeting Times for February 25|
|Posted on Tuesday, 18 February 2003, 11:27AM|
The times will be the same as below. If your group needs more time let
me know so we can schedule it.
|Meeting Times for February 4|
|Posted on Tuesday, 28 January 2003, 03:40PM|
I will meet with the groups at these times, in my office.
|Posted on Wednesday, 22 January 2003, 12:32PM|
Are there any three member teams out there? There are two people
looking for a team to join, as you have seen from reading the class
mailing list. All teams should be aware that if these people cannot
find a team I will assign them to some team on Tuesday, giving
preference to 3-member teams.
|Mailing List Now Working|
|Posted on Friday, 17 January 2003, 04:23PM|
Ok, the class mailing list is now (again) working. You can subscribe to it.
|Viewing the Presentations|
|Posted on Wednesday, 15 January 2003, 04:43PM|
You cannot view the class presentations using Internet Explorer since
it does not support MathML. You will need to use Mozilla.