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---++ Grades The grades for the course will appear here. Grades are calculated as described below. * Grades for [[http://www.cs.uu.nl/docs/submit/nakijk/cijfers.php?opgave=638][Lab Assignment 1 (Tuples)]] * Grades for [[http://www.cs.uu.nl/docs/submit/nakijk/cijfers.php?opgave=639][Lab Assignment 2 (Static Links)]] * Grades for [[http://www.cs.uu.nl/docs/submit/nakijk/cijfers.php?opgave=640][Lab Assignment 3 (Type Proofs)]] * Grades for the [[%ATTACHURL%/webresults.txt][exam]] * Grades for the [[%ATTACHURL%/webresultsher.txt][resit]] ---++ Grade calculation The final result of the lab exercises will be uitstekend/excellent (u), goed/good (g), voldoende/adequate (v) or inadequate (o). If you have a 'u' we will add 1 to the final result of your exam, and with a 'g' 0.5. An 'o' for the lab exercises means you failed the course. Individual lab exercises also are judged with o/v/g/u, plus an additional 5th option, namely 'missing': '-'. An 'o' can be compensated, a '-' not. For the judgement of the complete set of lab exercises the mean of all individual judgements is taken, under the restriction that no '-' may occur and at most 1 'o' may be compensated by a 'g'. The calculation for the addition to the exam mark is described by the function final in the attached program Berekening.hs. Some additional rules of the game: * Each non submitted exercise means a '-' result. * Each submitted program consisting of empty file(s), or otherwise equivalent to 'not submitted' means a '-' result, to be decided by the staff. * In case of fraud you might be excluded from the course, or you will get a '-' result, to be decided by the staff. And some advice: * A program that does not work will get a bad grade. It is better to submit a working program which implements the requested functionality only partially than to submit a partially working program (supposedly) implementing all requested features. * [[%ATTACHURL%/webresults.txt][webresults.txt]]:
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