How to turn in homework
Homework should be turned in at the beginning of the class on the day it is due. We ask that you turn in each problem in a different stack -- since each problem is graded by a different TA this will significantly expedite the grading process (and thus the return time).
We ask that you electronically submit (using AFS) all code that was used to complete the assignment. We have created an AFS folder for each student and for each homework which can be found here:
your_andrew_id corresponds to your andrew id and
q corresponds to the assignment number. There are many
ways to move your files to this AFS folder. On facilitized machines
you should already have an OpenAFS client from which to mount the AFS
folder. If you have an scp client you could also try something like:
scp -r HW1your_andrew_id
To submit using the graphical open afs client, first download and
OpenAFS for Windows.
Then go to Start -> All Programs -> OpenAFS -> Authentication. In
the AFS Client window go to the tokens tab and click Obtain New
Tokens . In AFS Cell enter
For user name and password enter your andrew username and password.
In the Drive Letters tab you click Add. Pick your favorite
drive letter. For AFS Path enter:
You should now have mounted your AFS folder. Go to My Computer and browse to your favorite drive letter and create the folder HW1 and place your code for homework 1 in there.
- Out: September 12th, (Wed)
- Due: October 3rd, (Wed)
- Assignment: [PDF]
- UCI Breast Cancer dataset [zip] which includes an optional loaddata.m matlab function to load the data.
- Possibly helpful last minute notes on the matrix MLE for regression. [PDF] [Mathematica6 Notebook] If there are any typos or mistakes please let me know .
- Solutions: [Matlab Code] [HW1].
- Out: October 3rd (Wed)
- Due: October 17th (Wed)