Send an email to the TA email, and we will send back the enrollment code to you.
Submit to Gradescope. If you write your homework by hand, please scan them or take photos, and the submission should be PDF or PNG files. Please make sure your writing can be recognized by the TAs, otherwise you may get zero points. For more submission details, please refer to the descriptions on the Gradescope page.
TAs will invite you via your ntu email on 9/20, and please use your student ID as your account. If you do not recieve the invited email, please contact TAs as soon as possible.
No. As long as you write things clearly by hand, you should get the same scores.
Depending on your performance, we decide the distribution of your grades. That is, how many get A+ and how many get F-. Then, we calculate raw scores, obtain a ranking of students, and assign their grades.
So there is no direct relationship between your raw score and your grade. It is possible that your raw score is 99, but you get F-.
You don't get any credit.
Yes. But you are responsible to find HW questions and get any new materials covered in the edition we are using.
I will do it.
No, only materials after the previous exam are considered.
It depends. But in general not. A proof is a proof. Otherwise everybody can claim that he/she proves NP = P (or NP != P). You will learn this NP=P issue in this course, which may be the greatest unsolved computer science problem.
Yes, but ONLY textbook and notes. You cannot bring any other books.
One or two are ok. But 10 will make him feel sad. Please try to check FAQ or the course web page before sending me a mail. Everyday I have too many mails.
The week after the midterm exam (during the regular lecture time).
For the final exam, the discussion time will be posted on the course web page.
Well, shouldn't you borrow lecture notes from someone?
No. I have never done that.
Sending me a mail is useless, so don't waste your time.