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Automata and Formal Languages 2009/10

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The final grade is determined by both an exam and a graded programming project:
  • Exam:

    • Unless there will be very few participants, in which case we will offer an oral exam, there will be a written exam at the end of the term. Date and time need yet to be fixed.
    • In the exam you can reach up to 40 points corresponding to the following grades.
      • [0,5) points: 5,0
      • [5,11) points: 4,7
      • [11,17) points: 4,3
      • [17,19] points: 4,0
      • (19,22] points: 3,7
      • (22,24] points: 3,3
      • (24,26] points: 3,0
      • (26,28] points: 2,7
      • (28,30] points: 2,3
      • (30,32] points: 2,0
      • (32,34] points: 1,7
      • (34,36] points: 1,3
      • (36,40] points: 1,0

  • The final grade is determined by the weighted sum of the exam (85%) and the programming project (15%).

Exercises are voluntary and do not account for the final grade. They are however highly recommended.