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Required (mandatory) assignments

The laboration series consists of a series of programming assignments to be presented gradually to a laboration assistant. To pass the lab series you need to have passing grade on all requiered (mandatory) assignments. General guidelines can be found here.

The assignments should be handed in before their respective deadlines, as outlined below.

For most people there will NOT be enough time during the lab times to solve all the assignments. As some of the later assignments can be demanding, and require programming, you are responsible to work hard outside of the allocated lab times to keep up with the labs.

IMPORTANT (last updated: 15/8/2019):
  • October 8 is the first hard deadline for the assignments. This is the last date for demonstration of, and handing in the code for, the laboration assignments.
  • For those assignments that still require "more work", the final, hard deadline is on November 1, at 17.00. This is the last date for demonstration of, and handing in the code for, the laboration assignments. Contact your lab assistant and schedule a suitable time.
  • After the deadline you will only be allowed to hand in assignment solutions during the exam periods for the TDDD66 course in January, but only if you have previously passed at least assignments 1. The hard deadline to hand in the assignments during the January exam period will be at the date of the TDDD66 exam (during that period).
  • From the date of the hard deadlines, there will be a two week window during which you have one chance to address the TA's concerns and resubmit an improved version. (One week for the TA to mark the assignment and one week for you to address his/her concerns.)
  • Finally, please take the TA's concerns seriously and address them as carefully as possible. If you have problems keeping a deadline, please contact your lab assistant as soon as possible.

Assignment series overview

  • Similar to in your future work life, many of these labs have more than one solution, require that you identify the most important information (as given in the assignment, online, in textbooks, or in other resources that you may find credible and helpful), and require that you carefully explain your solutions and findings both verbally and in a written report. Please take this as a learning opportunity to communicate your solutions and findings.
  • The lab slots are primarily to demonstrate the labs and ask questions to the TAs. Outside that, you are expected to allocate the time necessary for you and your lab partner to complete the assignments.
  • For all emails regarding the assignments, you should use your LiU email and cc your lab partner.

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  • Deadline: Sept. 6 (or as soon as possible!!)

Assignemnt 1: "Traffic patterns and some useful skills" (approx. 1 time slot)
  • Instructions (available)
  • Deadline (for purpose of priority): Sept. 10 (first lab slot)

Assignemnt 2: "Basic Simulations of a HTTP-based Adaptive Streaming (HAS) Player" (approx. 2 time slot)
  • Instructions (availible)
  • Hard dealine (all labs demonstrated and reported): Oct. 8 (last lab slot)

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Last updated: 2019-09-16