As announced in class, the final exam will take place today, April 13th, 2017, in 1360 Pav. André-Aisenstadt at 9h00-12h00 (three hours long). The exam will be closed-book, i.e. there will be no notes allowed. You are allowed a calculator.
There is a great new Distill post on understanding moment:
Goh, "Why Momentum Really Works", Distill, 2017. http://doi.org/10.23915/distill.00006
… I’m out of town. Normal office hours will resume next week.
I am out of town.
Here are some important upcoming dates for our course:
- The final exam will take place in class on the final lecture: April 13th, 2017 in 1360 Pav. André-Aisenstadt.
- If scheduling permits it, the exam will be 3 hours long: 9h00-12h00 (to be confirmed).
- Your questions/answers are due April 20th, 2017.
- The class project is due April 30th, 2017. By this date your blog should be complete, presenting your problem statement, your approach (in detail) and your results.
You should now have received by mail your account information to access the Hades GPU cluster. A link to a tutorial on how to use Compute Canada GPUs has been added on the project page.