Problem sets

There are three problem sets, one for each part of the course. You should note the following:

  • The problem sets may be done in groups of two - possibly three persons.
  • The solutions of the problem sets can be submitted in English or Norwegian.
  • The solutions should be sent by email to the teaching assistant thea [dot] roksvag [at] ntnu [dot] no. R code should also be attached.
  • The problem sets are compulsory. To be admitted to the exam all three problem sets must be found acceptable. This means a reasonable attempt must be made to solve all problems.
  • Moreover the lay-out of the presentation shall be esthetic - useful Latex-vector/matrix code is:%vector: \newcommand{\vect}[1]{\ensuremath{\boldsymbol{\mathbf{#1}}}} %matrix: \newcommand{\matr[1]{\ensuremath{\boldsymbol{\mathbf{#1}}}}
  • The problem report must be submitted with names, not student numbers. Your reports will be returned with approximate grade-level indicated and with suggestions for improvements.
  • One self-selected, revised problem report must be delivered during the day of the exam by mail. Group members can deliver identical reports, but need to send one copy each with their respective exam candidate number. This report will count 30% of the grade.

Messages - Assignment 3

  • 19.03 Exercise class from 10:15 to 12:00 at the computer lab "Nullrommet 380A".
  • 23.03 Office hour 11-12, office 1229 SB2.
  • 26.03 Exercise class from 10:15 to 12:00 at the computer lab "Nullrommet 380A".
  • The teaching assistant will be present in the exercise classes/office hours to answer any questions you may have. If you have questions outside the exercise classes/office hours please contact the teaching assistant by mail.

Problem sets and deadlines

2018-04-04, Thea Roksvåg