The course is completed by collecting points from different tasks, and the final
grade will depend on the total number of points collected. The relative point
maximum scores are:
You can replace the Programming Assignments by taking the Exam. If you take both,
you will score the better result. We strongly recommend to choose Programming
Furthermore, there is a voluntary Video Presentation, which yields up to 10%
bonus points. Hence, the maximum relative point score that you can gather is 110%.
The point requirements for each grade are as follows:
Each course module will be open for two weeks. Exercises must be submitted
during that time. Deadlines are hard and late submissions are not allowed.
The quizzes and programming assignments are submitted via Plussa. In the quizzes
you have multiple attempts to solve the problem, and you can see the correct
answers afterwards, but in every attempt the parameters of the problem or the
whole question may change. Some of these tasks may be more easily solved with
Programming assignment in module 6: Markov Decision Process and Reinforcement
Learning is peer-reviewed. Please note that to receive points from your
submission, you have to complete the grading of your peers’ submissions
assigned to you.
The details about the video presentation will be published later.
The dates for the first two exams:
The implementation of the exam is still pending.