|Problem Set 1 Due 10/04||PDF , Support Code
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|Problem Set 2 Due 10/16||PDF , Max Flow Instances , RSat Solver, RSat Input Format, |
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|Problem Set 3 Due 11/01||PDF , Support Code , Solution Code Solutions |
|Problem Set 4 Due 11/08||PDF , Solution |
|Problem Set 5 Due 12/06||PDF , Example Games , Solution |
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Guidelines for the final project:
The paper should be like a short conference paper (no more than 6 pages)--
Title - name your project something that accurately reflects the main contributions.
Abstract - no more than 300 words briefly describing the problem you addressed, your solution and your interesting conclusions.
Introduction/background - motivate the project and describe its relationship to existing work.
Methods - formally describe the problem and how you went about solving it.
Results - what did you accomplish with your methods?
Conclusions - what are the main insights gained and potentially interesting future research?
Just like a conference paper, it should highlight why the problem is interesting, what the contribution of the work is, and what are the exciting conclusions. Unlike a conference paper, it can also talk about avenues you tried that didn't work out.
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