Machine Learning

TA Hour

2pm ~ 3pm, Monday and Wednesday
Also by appointment through email. My free/busy schedule can be found on My Homepage

How to submit

Please notice the capitalized the script name TURN_IN

/u/cs446/TURN_IN {directory to be submitted}
or
/u/cs246/TURN_IN {directory to be submitted}

This assumes that you have access to a CS machine by ssh

ssh username@cycle1.cs.rochester.edu
or
ssh username@cycle2.csug.rochester.edu

If you prefer to do the homework on your own laptop, please follow the steps below to upload and submit. As you can see, it's very complicated, so you are encouraged to work on the CS machine directly

To make it short, let $MACH = username@cycle1.cs.rochester.edu or username@cycle2.csug.rochester.edu, and $TURN_IN = /u/cs446/TURN_IN or /u/cs246/TURN_IN (depends on how you can successfully do ssh $MACH)

If you are using Windows

  1. Download pscp from this link, and put the pscp.exe to C:/Windows/
  2. Zip everything including the README file (without any extension) into a zip file, e.g., hw3.zip
  3. (on your cmd)$ pscp /PATH/TO/hw3.zip $MACH: #(Mind the :)
  4. Use putty to login into $MACH
  5. (on CS machine) $ unzip hw3.zip -d hw3
  6. (on CS machine) $ $TURN_IN hw3
  7. (on CS machine) $ exit # and you are done and should have recieved a confirmation email in the CS mailbox

If you are using Mac or Linux

  1. Zip everything including the README file (without any extension) into a zip file, e.g., hw3.zip
  2. (on your Terminal)$ scp /PATH/TO/hw3.zip $MACH: #(Mind the :)
  3. (on your Terminal)$ ssh $MACH
  4. (on CS machine) $ unzip hw3.zip -d hw3
  5. (on CS machine) $ $TURN_IN hw3
  6. (on CS machine) $ exit # and you are done and should have recieved a confirmation email in the CS mailbox

README Template

Name: {Your Full Name}
Email: {Your Email}
Course: {CSC246 or CSC446}
Homework: {Copy the homework description}

************ Files *********
{Describe all files submitted}

************ Algorithm *****
{Describe your algorithm, using simple math notations}

************ Instructions ***
{How to run your scripts}

************ Results *******
{Your console output, or you can put results into another file}

************ Your interpretation ****
{Anything shining your mind and your thoughts for the homework}

************ References ************
{Any external materials you used for the homework. Anyone you discussed with}

Coding Comments and Rules

Honor Code

Python Session Scripts