Compsci 108, Fall 2005, Project Handin

Each group should turn in hard copy of all code and all supporting documentation, but not javadoc. This should all be available from the group website as well (including javadoc). Turn this in when you meet with me.

  1. Group 1, Wed 7:00 pm
  2. Group 2, Thu 10:00 pm
  3. Group 3, Tue 10:30 pm
  4. Group 4, Wed 10:00 pm
  5. Group 5, Wed 8:00 pm
  6. Group 6, Mon 10:30 pm
  7. Group 7, Wed 9:00 pm
  8. Group 8, Thu 5:00 pm

To print your code 2-up you can upload your project to your acpub/oit space, then cd into the directory where your code is and run this command.


This will print all .java files in any directory below the one in which you invoke the command. The single file of output will be sent to an eprint printer.

Here's the script if you want to run it yourself or modify it.

#!/bin/csh set psfile = "" set login = `whoami` set printcommand = "a2ps -E -C -2 -o $psfile --left-footer=$login --file-align=fill" find . -name "*.java" | xargs -t $printcommand lpr $psfile

What to Hand In

Please turn in all documentation either bunched together by a giant binder-clip, in a three-ring binder, or in some way that keeps the pages together. Please include the group number and names of all group members on a title page.


The final group project will have 5% of the grade based on individual assessments of the group and each group member. Each member of the group should create a text file (word is ok) in which the following questions are addressed/answered by assigning both reasons and a number. The numbers are on a 1-5 scale, with 5 meaning extraordinary, 4 meaning very good, 3 meaning acceptable, 2 meaing needs improvement, understandable, 1 meaning inadequate, very poor. Please provide a justification for each of your numerical evaluations. Note that an evaluation of 5 is extraordinary. I welcome such evaluations, but I expect such evaluations to be backed by achievement commensurate with the evaluation. Remember, however, that you had only a short time to complete the project, so a 5 is certainly possible without having a masterpiece as your project's final outcome.

Please email your assessment/evaluation to ola AT as an attachment or in the body of the email with the subject 108 final evaluation.

The completeness of this evaluation contributes 5% to your individual final project grade and, if everyone completes it satisfactorily, adds a bonus of 5% to your final grade. Any group member whose self-evaluation is completely out-of-synch with the evaluation provided by all other group members should ask "why?" and be prepared for me (ola) to ask the same question.

Owen L. Astrachan
Last modified: Mon Dec 12 10:55:33 EST 2005