- 30% Project
- 25% Exam 1
- 25% Exam 2
- 15% Homework & Reviews
- 5% Class Participation
Accessing Your Scores
During the semester we will make your homeworks and exam scores available via
Learn@UW. First, click on the link
and authenticate with your UW NetID and password. Next, look under
"My Madison Courses" for this semester and ECE or CS 252.
University Code of Conduct and Policies
All students should adhere to UW Student Code of Conduct.
Don't forget that the person you would be cheating the most is yourself.
University and L&S
Policies will be followed strictly in this course.
Please, pay particular attention
to the policy on incompletes.
There will be two in-class exams, but no final exam.
There will be no final exam, so you can concentrate on your project.
Exam schedule is on lecture page.
Please advise me of any
conflicts with these likely exam times before the end of the second
week of classes.
Homework will be mostly programming assignments to familiarize you with
parallel programming (e.g., OpenMP, pThreads, and MPI) and simulation
environments (e.g., gem5).
Assignments may not be weighted equally.
Assignments will be due in class on the
due date. NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED, except under extreme
non-academic circumstances discussed with the instructor at least one
week before the assignment is due.
Homework schedule is on lecture page.