AAPS Advanced Algorithmic Problem Solving
The examination consists of two parts:
- LAB1 6hp, individually solving the lab assignments, creating a well structured and reusable code library, and actively participating in at least 4 problem solving sessions (called contest sessions in the schedule).
- UPPG1 3hp, individually solving the exercises.
The course is graded A-E. The grade on the course depends on the number of points collected during the course.
To pass the course you need to collect enough points to get at least the grade E on both LAB1 and UPPG1. To pass UPPG1 you also need to solve at least one problem from each set of exericses (before or after the deadline) and hand in a written report for each set of exercises as described in the exercise instructions.
The grade on LAB1 as a function of the points collected forLAB1 (These points are preliminary and may change):
The grade on UPPG1 as a function of the points collected for UPPG1 (These points are preliminary and may change):
The grade on the course as a function of the grade on LAB1 and UPPG1:
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