040491 KU Implementation of Optimization Techniques - Part 1 (MA) (2018W)
* UK Special Topics in Production/Logistics/SCM: Softwaretools in Decision Support
* https://www.cprogramming.com/tutorial/c++-tutorial.htmlThe course is particularly recommended to students, who want to write their thesis in the field Smart Production and Supply Chain ManagementIf students do not complete Part 1 successfully, those will be de-registered by the system for Part 2.
- Registration is open from Mo 10.09.2018 09:00 to Th 20.09.2018 12:00
- Registration is open from Mo 24.09.2018 09:00 to We 26.09.2018 12:00
- Deregistration possible until Mo 15.10.2018 23:59
Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N
In case a lesson has to be canceled (e.g., due to illness), it will be rescheduled to the 29th of November. In this case the follow-up course Implementation of Optimization Techniques – Part 2 will start with a delay of one week on December, 6th.
PC-Seminarraum 5 Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz 1 1.Untergeschoß
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
* [30%] Mid-Term Exam (pen and paper, closed book)
* [40%] End-Term Exam (programming, closed book)The homework programming exercises can (and should be done) in groups of 2 - 3 people. They have to be uploaded in Moodle until latest Tuesday 23:59 o'clock prior to the next class. Theory questions are individual assessments and have to be ticked on Moodle until Thursday 12:00 o'clock. At the beginning of each class students/groups will be randomly selected to present their answer/code. In general, if a theory question is ticked or a programming exercise is uploaded students must be present in class, so that they can be chosen to present their homework.Absence without a valid excuse can be penalized by deducting up to twice as many points as the ticked questions/exercises are worth. If one is asked to present the solution of a programming exercise but fails to do so, all points for programming exercises of the respective class will be canceled. Similarly, if one fails to answer a theory question, all ticks for theory questions of the respective class will be canceled.Attempts of cheating by groups (e.g., uploading code which was partly not written by themselves) or single students (e.g., no contribution to the exercise) might be penalized by deducting up to twice as many points as the exercise is worth. In severe cases, cheating (copying code) may even lead to failing the course and an entry of “X” in the record of exams.The amount of work for the programming exercises increases throughout the course. The achievable points for the exercises are therefore weighted according to their workload (i.e. exercises at the beginning of the course are worth less points than exercises at the end of the course).
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
1: 87% to 100%
2: 75% to <87%
3: 63% to <75%
4: 50% to <63%
* Implementation of programs that make use of the mentioned concepts of C++
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