The marks you get for this assignment are mostly for presentation and
clarity of expression.
You will get as many marks for your explanations of the code as the code itself.
You can still get marks for part three even if your code doesn't work, provided
that you clearly explain the problems that you encountered.
We expect every report to:
- be nicely bound using a spiral binding with hard covers.
- to have a title page.
- to have a table of contents.
- to have sections and subsections for each of the tasks.
- to have neatly presented and well laid out code with comments.
If you did not keep your solutions to challenges from last year, then you will
have to attempt them all over again. Don't cheat! This too is excellent revision. Again, note
you are not being marked on the number of challenges.
Deadline 6 pm Week 3
Sebastian Danicic BSc MSc PhD (Reader in Computer Science)
Dept of Computing, Goldsmiths, University of London, London SE14 6NW
Last updated 2015-09-04