|Friday, Oct 22|
The exam has been corrected! The distribution of grades is as follows: Total: 160 students.
You are allowed to look at our grading decisions. Go to the study administration on the fourth floor, and you can take your exam home with you.
If there are grading decisions that you do not agree with, you are allowed to discuss this with us. In this case, do not take the exam home with you! Leave it at the study administration. Instead, send an e-mail to me (koen(*)chalmers.se), with (1) your name, (2) which assignment you want to discuss, and (3) which grading decision you do not agree with and why. You will then get an opportunity to talk to the person who graded the question at the day of the "exam granskning", which is on Friday, November 5, at 11.00 in room 6103a. You have to send me e-mail with your problem before the tentagranskning, otherwise your exam will not be available that day.
|Week 7||(last week)|
|Monday, Oct 11 (13-16 in Ideläran)|
Exercises: "Old Exam Questions" from 2006 and 2007.
|Tuesday, Oct 12 (13-15 in HB1)|
Lecture: "By Popular Request" Please use the designated thread in the course forum to discuss which topic(s) you want me to take up in this lecture Code: Example.hs, Lecture.hs
|Wednesday, Oct 13 (10-12 in HB1)|
Guest Lecture: "Life is Too Short for Imperative Programming" By John Hughes (Chalmers and Quviq AB) Slides: hughes.pdf, hughes.ppt
|Friday, Oct 15 (10-12 in HB1)|
Lecture: "Course Summary" Slides: slides.odp, slides.pdf
|Week 8||(this week)|
There will be no lab supervision in the exam week.
|Monday, Oct 18 (8.30-12.30 in M-huset)|
Exam: Please read more about the final written exam here
|Thursday, Oct 14|
|More lecture notes for week 7 |
|Monday, Oct 25|
|Final deadline Lab 4 |