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20.01.2022

Uploaded grades A3 // For A4 write all team member names on submission

Dear students,

We hope you are all well. This is to inform you that grades of Assignment 3 have been uploaded.

For the next assignment recall:

  • You are required to write all team members' names and matriculation number on each submission sheet of your... Read more

Dear students,

We hope you are all well. This is to inform you that grades of Assignment 3 have been uploaded.

For the next assignment recall:

  • You are required to write all team members' names and matriculation number on each submission sheet of your solutions.
  • Do not use checkered paper.
  • Please check your solution before submitting with the checklist we provide on CMS.

Note, if you have already passed the threshold for being admitted to the exam (you can check this on your CMS), it is not mandatory for you to hand in Assignment 4. However, since the assignments aim to prepare you for the exam, we highly recommend you to submit your solutions anyways.

 

Thank you,

Your EML Team

14.12.2021

Practical problems: no points without a running code

Dear all,

We would like to remind you to please submit a running code for your practical problems of the assignments. If you submit an answer to a practical problem without running code corresponding to that answer, then you receive 0 points for this... Read more

Dear all,

We would like to remind you to please submit a running code for your practical problems of the assignments. If you submit an answer to a practical problem without running code corresponding to that answer, then you receive 0 points for this problem.

How can I double check, if my submitted code is running?

One option: If  you have a partner, ask them to download it from CMS and run it on their computer.

Another option: Send the zip to a friend and ask them to run it on their computer.

This is a non-exhaustive list of options, i.e., feel free to come up with other options of how to check it. Please also assure that your data loading works.

Where can I get help?

If you have any questions in this regard, please take advantage of the help tutorials. Tutors and TAs there to help you.

Please see also the entry "Checklist for submission" on the main page. Thank you!

 

Stay healthy,

Your EML Team

 

 

 

06.12.2021

Lectures fully online starting this week

Dear students,

As the Covid situation in Germany continues to be very serious, the EML lectures by Professor Valera will be held online until further notice. Therefore, starting this week and for the following weeks, the lecture will take place fully online. To... Read more

Dear students,

As the Covid situation in Germany continues to be very serious, the EML lectures by Professor Valera will be held online until further notice. Therefore, starting this week and for the following weeks, the lecture will take place fully online. To attend the lecture, please join the Zoom room or YouTube link we will provide. Professor Valera will be available to attend your questions during the lecture via Zoom.

Stay healthy,

Your EML-Team

25.11.2021

Checklist for your next submission

Dear all,

I hope you are all well and healthy. We would like to provide you with a checklist for your next assignment submission:

For the new assignment, I have...

  • created (formally) a new team on CMS. This can be with my previous partner, if I like.... Read more

Dear all,

I hope you are all well and healthy. We would like to provide you with a checklist for your next assignment submission:

For the new assignment, I have...

  • created (formally) a new team on CMS. This can be with my previous partner, if I like. Important is, that I created a new team on CMS.  
  • filled out the code of conduct for the new assignment, including inserting the current assignment number, and updated the date. I signed the code of conduct. I submitted it individually in my own CMS, even, if I am a team (each team member submits their own code of conduct).
  • put my name on each of the pages I submitted. If I am in a team, I have put BOTH team members' names on each page that I submit.
  • written on plain paper with blue or black ink/font color. I have not used checkered paper.
  • numbered the equations in my proofs. This allows the tutor to reference while grading and provides me with more precise feedback.
  • referred to my equations by the numbers I gave them, if I needed to explained my equations. I used underbraces to refer to parts of the equation. I did not write "RHS of this equation", because it adds ambiguity.
  • written question numbers next to my code in R (as a comment). This allows the tutor to understand my code better and faster.

Looking forward to seeing you at the next help tutorial, where you can get help for your next submission and ask clarification questions regarding the feedback you received in your last assignment. If you have questions on the submission guidelines or style, kindly ask in the forum. We also constantly update the FAQ - please check them before sending us an email.

Stay healthy,

Your EML Team



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