The exam will take place on Wednesday, 27.01, at 4:15 pm. It is a "take-home" exam, which means that it will take place online, in the same Zoom room as for the lectures and TA session.
The exam consists of a presentation and demo of your project. To ensure that we stay within the allocated time slot, please limit your presentation & demo to at most K minutes in total, where K is:
11 minutes for four-person groups
9 minutes for three-person groups
7 minutes for two-person groups
We have strict time requirements that we need to impose; thus, we will stop your presentation after this time. Following the presentation and demo, there will be 5-10 minutes of questions.
To avoid delays due to setup, please record your presentation and demo. We will play your presentations during the Zoom session, after which there will be questions from the course team and other students.
You need to prepare a video recording of the presentation, including the demo, and send it to us at the latest on Wednesday, 27.01, at noon. You are not allowed to speed up your presentation video to fit within the time. Instructions about uploading the videos will follow soon.
The schedule of the presentation time per group will follow. Ideally, you should be present for the entire Zoom session and actively participate in asking questions. The Q&A and discussion of the project are ideal for learning from other people's practical experiences. In any case, you are expected to participate in the session to a minimum of one presentation before and two presentations after yours. We strongly encourage you to be active and ask questions.
We will create on Gitlab a project repository. If you've already started working on the code, please commit your work so far and then continue on the Gitlab repository.
Please find below the project deliverables. The contents for the slide deck and the report and the exact manner to deliver these (e.g., via Moodle or some alternative way) will be part of a different post.
Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.
The CS-438 team