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Marks. Marks and stats are posted on CNET Please check Assignment 1 Average is 76% Solution code is posted Not worth full marks, but has the algorithm Midterm Average is 69% Solution with marking scheme is posted midterm06.pdf. A1 Actual Time.

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Marks

Marks

  • Marks and stats are posted on CNET

    • Please check

  • Assignment 1

    • Average is 76%

    • Solution code is posted

      • Not worth full marks, but has the algorithm

  • Midterm

    • Average is 69%

    • Solution with marking scheme is posted

    • midterm06.pdf

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A1 actual time

A1 Actual Time

Min = 114 minAvg = 839 minMax = 2760 min (24x, 3x)

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A1 estimates to actuals

A1 Estimates to Actuals

Min = 24%Avg = 136%Max = 425% (18x, 3x)

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My solution to a1

My Solution to A1

  • Posted on web site

    • slider.cpp.html

  • Took me 140 minutes

    • But I solved it once 13 years ago

  • My run-time:

    • For 5x5 boards using a 3.1 GHz Desktop

    • 17 moves: 2.5s

    • 25 moves: 32 minutes

  • My memory utilization:

    • < 4KB, independent of number of moves in solution

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A1 observations

A1 Observations

  • Elegance pays, C is fast: keep it simple

  • Heuristics?

  • Specification is trivial – inputs and outputs

  • Design: don’t do elaborate documentation at first

    • Sketch it on a napkin: most important for YOU to have a clear idea

    • Document it properly as nearing completion to avoid rework.

  • Code:

    • Having a clear design in your head saved LOTS of time

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Marks

A2

  • See handout on web site

    • Work in teams of up to 3

  • Do an automated regression testing environment for A1

    • Use my code if you want

  • Get your team together and do up a preliminary release plan

    • Follow format of Deterministic Release Plan in Appendix A

    • Decide on dates

    • Estimate feature sizings and w’s

    • Due next week in lecture

  • Hand in at the last lecture:

    • Release plan updated with actuals

    • Your time logs

    • System design and description

    • Source code

    • Experience report (< 1 page).

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