6.883 Pervasive Human Centric Computing (Grade-H)
Lecture: MW 1:00-2:30 Recitation at 9:00 PM (or on video)
Prereq: 6.033 (or equivalent)
6 Engineering Design Points
Larry Rudolph (email@example.com) and Tat Jen Cham (NTU)
Office hours: Monday 2:30-3:30 pm, or by appointment (send email)
|Ning Song (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Office hours: by appointment
||Sally Lee (email@example.com)
The class web site is located at: http://people.csail.mit.edu/rudolph/Teaching/home883.html
The class wiki is located at http://org.csail.mit.edu/mode
Readings, lecture notes, and assignments can be obtained from the web site.
Class Mailing List
A class-wide mailing list:
6883 (at) lists.csail.mit.edu
is available for announcements and discussion. Everybody who
attends the first day will be subscribed to the list by default.
New students can subscribe using this link:
If you don't want 6.883 email, you can unsubscribe yourself using the
web interface, too.
To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the 6.883 Archives.
There is no required textbook. However, readings will be assigned
for every lecture, generally from research papers accessible on the Web.
There will be more information filled in here soon!
The largest contribution to your grade will be the course project (40%), in which you
will work in small groups to design, implement, and evaluate a
Problem sets and homeworks
assigned periodically, and will constitute 25% of your grade.
There will be one quiz,
given during class time, which counts for 30% of your
grade. See the Course Calendar
for the dates. There will be no final exam.
This is a graduate class, and we will be reading and discussing
research papers. Preparation, attendance, and participation in
class will also be a factor in your grade (5%)!
|Problem sets and homeworks
You may freely discuss assignments
with other people, but you are expected to be intellectually honest and
give credit where credit is due.