||CS 371 - Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
Homework Submission Instructions
Electronic Homework Submission
All programming work for this course should be submitted electronically
using the submit command.
The submit command assumes that all work for a homework assignment is
stored in its own directory. You might, for instance create a directory
"cs371" and then create subdirectories "hw1", "hw2",
To use this command, cd (change directory) to your work directory.
After entering "ls", you should be able to see the parts necessary
for submission, which for advanced classes such as this is simply:
Now enter the command "submit cs### hw#" where cs###
is your course and hw# is the assignment. For example, to
submit the first homework assignment for CS 371, you would enter "submit
cs371 hw1". Then follow the instructions. If you submit
your work twice, the old copy is eliminated and no record is kept.
The latest time of submission is recorded for grading purposes.
README - a plain text file README (just README - not README.txt)
with (1) the honor
code statement, (2) your name and (3) student ID number (which serve
as your electronic signature), and (4) a description of the files in your
work directory (what programmers conventionally put in a README file).
assignment files - all files necessary for your assignment. For code, this
means that all components necessary to compile and run elsewhere on this
system are necessary.
If you have any problems with this script please contact Professor Neller
as soon as possible with an e-mail description of the problem and a copy
of the error message.