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 ====== EECS 215: Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Fall 2011 ====== ====== EECS 215: Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Fall 2011 ======
  
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     * //​Communication://​ Please post all class-related questions on the messageboard. __Avoid personal emails to the instructor!__ We will check the message board once a day and reply. Usually students have similar questions and everybody can benefit from the same answer. ​     * //​Communication://​ Please post all class-related questions on the messageboard. __Avoid personal emails to the instructor!__ We will check the message board once a day and reply. Usually students have similar questions and everybody can benefit from the same answer. ​
-    * //​Homeworks://​ Homeworks will consist mostly of theoretical exercises. There are going to be __optional ​ programming assignments__ ​ for an extra +10% points (instructions to be posted later). The default format is to  hand-written homeworks. You can also type and submit them electronically for +5% bonus points. (In that case, here are more detailed [[https://​eee.uci.edu/​11f/​18410/​misc/​homeworkSample.pdf|instructions]] and here is the corresponding template [https://​eee.uci.edu/​11f/​18410/​misc/​homeworkSample.tex|latex file].) These extra points are computed out of the total grade, not out of each individual homework.+    * //​Homeworks://​ Homeworks will consist mostly of theoretical exercises. There are going to be __optional ​ programming assignments__ ​ for an extra +10% points (instructions to be posted later). The default format is to  hand-written homeworks. You can also type and submit them electronically for +5% bonus points. (In that case, here are more detailed [[https://​eee.uci.edu/​11f/​18410/​misc/​homeworkSample.pdf|instructions]] and here is the corresponding template ​[[https://​eee.uci.edu/​11f/​18410/​misc/​homeworkSample.tex|latex file]].) These extra points are computed out of the total grade, not out of each individual homework.
     * //Late policy:// __no late homeworks__ will be accepted. Solutions will be posted online shortly after the deadline. Homeworks not submitted by the deadline will get zero points. However, to accommodate for unforseen circumstances,​ your homework with the lowest grade (including 0 for a missing one) will be dropped. This means that //you can skip one homework// without asking permission. ​     * //Late policy:// __no late homeworks__ will be accepted. Solutions will be posted online shortly after the deadline. Homeworks not submitted by the deadline will get zero points. However, to accommodate for unforseen circumstances,​ your homework with the lowest grade (including 0 for a missing one) will be dropped. This means that //you can skip one homework// without asking permission. ​
     * //​Collaboration://​ you are allowed to discuss with your classmates, but you are supposed to do your homework __individually__. If you work closely with somebody, please indicate their name on your homework. If we notice that two homeworks are identical, both students will get 0 grade; they will also be subject to the rules of UCI Academic Honesty Policy.     * //​Collaboration://​ you are allowed to discuss with your classmates, but you are supposed to do your homework __individually__. If you work closely with somebody, please indicate their name on your homework. If we notice that two homeworks are identical, both students will get 0 grade; they will also be subject to the rules of UCI Academic Honesty Policy.