Difference between revisions of "AME 40590 Course Syllabus, Spring 2011"

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# Final Exam: 25%
 
# Final Exam: 25%
 
* The format of the exams is to be determined.  They may be traditional in-class exams, take home exams, more of the nature of projects or a mixture of all three.
 
* The format of the exams is to be determined.  They may be traditional in-class exams, take home exams, more of the nature of projects or a mixture of all three.
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*Guaranteed grades:
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# (overall grade > mean + 1.5 stdev) OR (overall grade > 90%): A-
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# (overall grade > mean + 0.5 stdev) OR (overall grade > 80%): B-
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# (overall grade > mean - 1.0 stdev) OR (overall grade > 70%): C-
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# (overall grade > mean - 2.0 stdev) OR (overall grade > 60%): D-
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==Homework, Class, Projects and Examination Policies==
 
* Any student missing an exam without an excuse from the Office of Student Affairs will receive a grade of zero for that exam.
 
* Any student missing an exam without an excuse from the Office of Student Affairs will receive a grade of zero for that exam.
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* There will be daily reading and homework assignments.
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* Late assignments will receive a grade of zero unless the student received an extension from the instructor 'prior' to the time it is due.
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* Assignments are due at the 'beginning' of class on the day they are due.
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* Assignments that are not

Revision as of 20:07, 18 January 2011

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Instructor

  • Bill Goodwine
  • 365B Fitzpatrick
  • bill@controls.ame.nd.edu
  • Office hours: Monday and Wednesday, 4:30-5:30

Time and Place

  • MWF 11:45-12:35
  • 101 DBRT

Course Web Page

Grading

  • Your grade in this course will be based on homework exercises, in-class participation and three exams with the following distribution:
  1. Homework: 25%
  2. Class Participation: 25%
  3. Exam 1: 12.5%
  4. Exam 2: 12.5%
  5. Final Exam: 25%
  • The format of the exams is to be determined. They may be traditional in-class exams, take home exams, more of the nature of projects or a mixture of all three.
  • Guaranteed grades:
  1. (overall grade > mean + 1.5 stdev) OR (overall grade > 90%): A-
  2. (overall grade > mean + 0.5 stdev) OR (overall grade > 80%): B-
  3. (overall grade > mean - 1.0 stdev) OR (overall grade > 70%): C-
  4. (overall grade > mean - 2.0 stdev) OR (overall grade > 60%): D-

Homework, Class, Projects and Examination Policies

  • Any student missing an exam without an excuse from the Office of Student Affairs will receive a grade of zero for that exam.
  • There will be daily reading and homework assignments.
  • Late assignments will receive a grade of zero unless the student received an extension from the instructor 'prior' to the time it is due.
  • Assignments are due at the 'beginning' of class on the day they are due.
  • Assignments that are not