CS 690 • Fall 2010


CS 690 – Master's Project
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:55am – 11:40am
Kalmanovitz Hall, Room 263

Website: http://www.cs.usfca.edu/~sjengle/courses/fall2010/cs690/
Mailing List: https://cs.usfca.edu/mailman/listinfo/cs690

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Sophie Engle

Office Hours:
Harney Science Center • Room 140B
Tuesdays & Thursdays 1:00pm–2:30pm (and by appointment)


The final grade will depend on documentation, status reviews, presentations, and class participation. The specific breakdown is as follows:

10% Specification Document
08% Status Review 1
12% Midterm Presentation & Current Progress
05% Other Documentation (Test Plan, etc.)
03% Team Website
08% Status Review 2
26% Final Presentation, Documentation, Deliverables, & Project Quality
08% Status Review 3
10% Individual Contribution to Team
10% Class Participation, Attendance, & Timeliness

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Late Policy

Students are responsible for meeting all homework and project deadlines. In general, late homework is not accepted. If an emergency arises and you are unable to make a deadline, please notify the instructor beforehand to avoid grade penalty.

Students are responsible for keeping backups of written assignments and project files until the course is over. Extensions will not be granted for lost work.

Non-Disclosure Agreements

Students may be required to sign NDAs (Non-Disclosure Agreements) as a condition of discussing certain companies' projects. Please keep this in mind when selecting a project. Feel free to contact the instructor with any concerns you may have with signing an NDA.

Academic Honesty

I expect all students to adhere to the academic honesty policies at USF. More information is available at http://www.usfca.edu/fogcutter/studentconduct/.

Students caught violating the academic honesty policy will face severe penalty. A first offense will result in a 0 on an assignment or exam, and a report to the Dean's office. Repeat offenses may result in an F for the course.

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