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Name: Ted Herman

Homepage: http://www.cs.uiowa.edu/~herman

Notes: Professor for 22C:178 / 055:134

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19 Dec 2000  »

Final Scores

Well, not completely final, since I need to doublecheck the numbers. I was careful to replace excused _1 quiz scores by the averages of the other quiz scores before computing the totals. See the grades page for some details, including a graph of the distribution. It's pretty clear there are a few very high scores (A+) and a couple of low scores (C range).

Project Grades

Here's my preliminary scoring of the projects. Some of these projects are really excellent efforts. I wish I could bend the rules and make scores higher for some "extra" features, but since the categories were previously fixed for the scoring, I'll stick to that.

pin   a   b   c   d   e   f   g
----  --  --  --  --  --  --  ---
1403  40  20  0   0   20  0   80
1969  40  30  0   10  15  20  115
2241  40  30  10  10  10  20  120
2609  40  20  0   0   5   18  83
3874  40  20  0   0   23  20  103
3672  40  25  10  15  30  20  140
3396  40  30  15  5   10  20  120
3155  40  40  10  5   20  20  135
3547  40  30  15  20  5   20  130
4129  40  20  0   0   10  20  90
5524  40  40  20  20  25  20  165
5688  40  20  10  5   20  20  115
6318  35  20  0   0   8   20  83
6624  40  40  15  15  25  20  155
6873  35  30  0   0   20  20  105
7611  40  20  0   10  20  20  110
7600  40  20  0   5   10  20  95
8062  40  40  20  20  20  20  160
8896  40  40  10  5   20  20  135
8112  40  30  0   10  15  20  115
8718  40  40  20  15  25  20  160
9249  40  30  0   15  10  20  115
---------------------------------
(a) = basic functionality, max 40 pts
(b) = networking component, max 40 pts
(c) = advanced functionality, max 20 pts
(d) = creativity, max 20 pts
(e) = diary, max 30 pts
(f) = web page, max 20 pts
(g) = total of (a)-(f)

18 Dec 2000  »

Project Web Pages

I've just spent the morning revamping the projects list to contain pointers to everyone's project web page (at least I think I got everyone's page).

Project Grading

Using the grading guidelines, I am now going through my notes from the project demonstrations and looking over the web pages and diaries to evaluate the various components.

Although I will be able to assign points, I haven't found a good way to privately also make comments about the project evaluations. In some cases, I think the project effort is excellent and the result very nice, but there is not enough attention to diaries, networking aspects, and so on --- so the scores will be lower in such cases.

11 Dec 2000  »

In Japan

I'm in Japan today. I hope everyone has no trouble making their project web pages!

24 Nov 2000  »

Exam 3

Examination 3 is graded. This time, scores are lower, reflecting the fact that students are concentrating on projects --- as they should --- instead of studying for an examination, which contributes less to the final grade than working on projects. Projects are more important!

8 Nov 2000  »

Multicast

My next lecture covers Section 4.4 of the textbook, which introduces some protocols for multicast routing. This link to a document at 3com can be a helpful supplement to the textbook.

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