Parisian Master of Research in Computer Science
Master Parisien de Recherche en Informatique (MPRI)

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cours:c-2-38-1 [2019/09/10 13:28]
colin [Course notes]
cours:c-2-38-1 [2019/11/06 21:02] (current)
colin [What's new?]
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 [[http://www.lix.polytechnique.fr/~pilaud/|Vincent Pilaud]] (CNRS & École Polytechnique). [[http://www.lix.polytechnique.fr/~pilaud/|Vincent Pilaud]] (CNRS & École Polytechnique).
 ==== What's new? ==== ==== What's new? ====
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 +The final exam will be on November 20, usual time and room.
 +Please note:
 +  * Exam will be in French only, unless requested otherwise to the teachers (by Nov 18 morning).
 +  * Documents allowed: course notes and notes written by yourself.  No electronic device.
 +  * Please prepare two sets of sheets of paper:  There will be two sets of exercises, one on each half of the course.  (All exercises will be given at the beginning of the exam, and you are free to spend the time as you wish on each set of exercises.)
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 +There will be no lecture on Oct. 30.
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 +The second [[http://monge.univ-mlv.fr/~colinde/cours/19mpri/dm2.pdf|homework]] is available, due Oct. 23.
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 +The first [[http://monge.univ-mlv.fr/~colinde/cours/19mpri/dm1.pdf|homework]] is available, due Oct. 9.
  
 The course starts on Wednesday, September 11. The course starts on Wednesday, September 11.
  
-The final exam will be on November 13 or 20, usual time and room. 
 ==== Practical information ==== ==== Practical information ====
  
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 **When?** First period, Wednesdays, 12:45-15:45.  Typically, each 3-hour lecture will be split into two parts, each taught by one of the teachers. **When?** First period, Wednesdays, 12:45-15:45.  Typically, each 3-hour lecture will be split into two parts, each taught by one of the teachers.
  
-**Language.** Lessons will be given in French by default, or in English upon request of at least three persons who do not understand French, and if nobody objects.  Lecture notes will be available in English.  The exam will be translated if needed.+**Language.** Lessons will be given in French <del>in French by default, or in English upon request of at least three persons who do not understand French, and if nobody objects</del>.  Lecture notes will be available in English.  The exam will be translated if needed.
  
-**Evaluation.** The evaluation is done with the final exam.  Three exercises sheets will be proposed during the course period; if solved, they will give some extra credit for the final grade.+**Evaluation.** The evaluation is done with the final exam.  Two exercises sheets will be proposed during the course period; if solved, they will give some extra credit for the final grade.
  
 **Prerequisites.** None. **Prerequisites.** None.
 
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