ECS 158 Final Project (Homework/Final Exam) Instructions



December 11, 11:59 p.m. NO LATE SUBMISSIONS! (Near the deadline, keep submitting even though you are not done, so as to ensure that you have something submitted.)

Project goals:

I assign a Term Project at the end of every undergraduate class that I teach. In the programming-oriented courses, the goals are to give students a chance to learn to find and synthesize information, and write about it in a coherent, professional manner. (In ECS 132, the goal is to give students a chance to apply the course material in unstructured, "real life" settings, and again, to write about it effectively.)

Project description:

Your project title will be "Introduction to the Julia Language," with contents as implied by that title. Julia is a scripting language similar to Python/R. Here are the details:

Some general issues:


  • It is of the utmost importance that your report be of PROFESSIONAL QUALITY. This means:

  • Adhere to the UCD Code of Ethics. Having persons outside your team do any of the work, including the writing, or engaging in paid help of any kind, is unacceptable.

    Grading criteria: