Paula Steinby
Lecture notes, homework and MATLAB exercises will be published in Itslearning.
Part 1, Sequences and series:
lectures, MATLAB exercises, self-study, exercises/homework
Part 2, Logic, combinatorics and number theory:
lectures and demonstrations, self-study, homework
Submit in time at least 25 % of the homework/exercises for both modules.
Active participation in MATLAB exercises.
Achieve at least 6/15 points in both Midterm exams or retakes.
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30.08.2022 - 16.12.2022
01.06.2022 - 08.09.2022
20 - 35
Engineering and Business
We will use MATLAB, for which TUAS has a campus licence. You'll need to download it to your laptops.
Taking the self-study course MATLAB Basics for ICT is highly recommended prior to the start of Sequences and Series part (by week 43).
Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Kupittaa Campus
H-5
Midterm exam, part 1 on week 41, Midterm exam, part 2 on week 49, retakes on week 50. Exact dates and times in the schedule.
Note. Homework and exercises must be returned in time, there is no way to complement or "retake" them later
Lessons 49 h
Exams + preparing for them 26 h
Self-study (homework, Matlab etc.) 60 h so approx. 5 h per week.
Fall 2022, according to the schedule.
Less than 25 % of homework exercises submitted in time.
More than 20 % (unauthorized) non-attendance from MATLAB exercises
Less than 6/15 points in one or both of the Midterm exams or retakes.
Student has not achieved the learning objectives of the course. They recognize and can use only few of the concepts of the course topics, and show no skills to apply them.
Student has achieved the learning objectives of the course on satisfactory level.
They recognize and can to some extent use most of the concepts of the course topics.
Student has achieved the learning objectives of the course well.
They recognize and can use most of the concepts of the course topics, and are able to apply them on various study and work contexts.
Student has achieved the learning objectives of the course on excellent level.
They master the concepts of the course topics, and are able to fluently apply them on study and work contexts.