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Descriptions

Information about the Java project is available in the Java project description. Supporting files are available by clicking here.

Information about the Python project is available in the Python project description. Supporting files are available by clicking here.

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Qualification Assessments

There are three project qualification assessments. Altogether, each student individually needs 150 points from these three assessments. The details of the three assessment are presented below as far as they are known:

  1. The first assessment had a total of 100 points and was held on September 18, 2017 during the lecture in U140. The topic was Python programming.
  2. the second assessments will have a total of 100 + 50 points and will take place in Week 44 at the following times during the labs in the computer lab. Unless you are unavailable or have other reasons, please go to the assessment corresponding to your section in order to avoid everyone showing up at the same time. That said, in theory you can participate at any, and even at multiple, of the five times given above. The topic will be basic Python programming. Prepare using the obligatory and supplementary exercises from the course book.
Week dayDateTime
TuesdayOctober 3112:15-14:00
WednesdayNovember 110:15-12:00
WednesdayNovember 112:15-14:00
WednesdayNovember 114:15-16:00
FridayNovember 312:15-14:00
  1. The third assessment will take place in Week 49 or Week 50, probably also during the labs.

Contact Information

Literature

Obligatory course book on programming in Python (available as PDF and HTML):

Allen B. Downey: Think Python: How to Think Like a Computer Scientist, 2nd edition, version 2.2.21, Green Tea Press, 2017.

Supplementary reading on programming in Python (available as PDF):

Pieter Spronck: The Coder's Apprentice: Learning Programming with Python 3, Version 1.0.15, Tilburg University, 2017.

Obligatory course book on programming in Java (available as PDF and HTML):

David J. Eck: Introduction To Programming Using Java, Version 7.0.2, Lulu, 2016.

Supplementary reading on programming in Java (available as PDF and HTML):

Allen B. Downey: Think Java: How to Think Like a Computer Scientist, Version 6.1.3, Green Tea Press, 2016.

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