COS 496 - Computer Vision


Spring, 2002

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There will be 4 assignments, each consisting of a written section and a programming section. These are to be completed individually, and each will be worth 15%.

In addition, there will be a final project for the course, to be completed in groups of 2-3. This will be worth 30% of the final grade. In-class project presentations will be the last day of class, and a written report will be due during finals period.

The remainder of the grade will be based on class attendance and participation, project presentations, etc.

Late Policy

Assignments 1 through 4 are due at 11:59 PM on the due date. Late assignments are marked down 1/3 per day. One minute late is the same as one day late. You are given 2 free late days that you can use any time during the semester.

No late presentations or reports will be permitted for the final project.

Collaboration Policy

You may discuss assignments with others, but everything handed in must be your own work. All code must be your own - you may not use code from your classmates, the internet, or any other source.

For the final project, you are expected to collaborate within your group, and to look at other projects and publications for inspiration. However, you must acknowledge any ideas that are not your own, and you may not directly re-use others' code.

Submitting Your Work

Please submit your solutions to the programming assignments electronically, from one of the OIT machines (for example, arizona), using the following command:

/u/cs496/bin/submit number file1 file2 ...
where number is the assignment number and file1 file2 etc. are your files for that assignment. For example,
/u/cs496/bin/submit 9 README Makefile main.c foo.c bar.c
submits the files README, Makefile, main.c, foo.c, and bar.c for a fictitious assignment 9. The submit command copies your files to a directory in the cs496 account, and lists all the files that you have submitted for that assignment. You can run submit more than once, and you can submit partial lists of files. You can also unsubmit one or more files. For example,
/u/cs426/bin/unsubmit 9 foo.c bar.c
would remove foo.c and bar.c from the submission directory for assignment 9.


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