Picking Up Problem Sets: Normally, problem set submission is online. Written assignments, if assigned, should be submitted to the course administrative assistant, Esha Molette, in Upson 4119 by 4pm of the due date. Graded assignments and exams and regrade forms can be picked up from Esha during regular business hours. You must have a valid picture ID. (Sorry, you may not pick up your friends' homework for them. Cornell takes academic privacy very seriously.)
Regrades: Regrades must be submitted within two weeks after the return of the assignment. In order to qualify for a regrade, you must obtain a regrade form from Esha in 4119 Upson, fill it out, and staple it to the front of your assignment. Submit your regrade to Esha. If the form is missing or not stapled to the front, we will not regrade it.
Grading Conventions: Submit each problem on a separate sheet of paper. The grade for each problem is written at the top of the paper next to the big number one. A circled S denotes a violation of a style rule; see the style guide.
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Problem Set 1: An Introduction to SML. Due:
January 28, 11:59PM
Problem Set 2: Even more SML. Due:
February 10, 11:59PM
Problem Set 3: Implementing a data abstraction.
Due: February 25, 11:59PM
Problem Set 4: Interpreter for a Simple
Language. Due: March 13, 11:59PM
Problem Set 5: Concurrent Language
Interpreter. Due: April 10, 11:59PM
Problem Set 6: Lambda Ball. Due: May 2, 11:59PM
Updated Files: ps6.zip