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Department of Computer Science and Technology

 

Computer Science Tripos, Part II, 2022-23

This Announcement relates to Regulation 18 of the Computer Science Tripos for students in Part II, which is as follows:

18. ...two units of assessment shall be offered, as specified by Notice of the Head of the Department not later than the end of the Easter term next preceding the examination;

Work to be Undertaken

Following the announcement of the available units of assessment at the end of Easter Term last, Part II candidates for 2022-23 are required to undertake two of the following units:

Unit Assessment type and mark contribution
Advanced Data Science: ADS Four practicals (20%), one report (80%)
Advanced Graphics and Image Processing: AGIP Two practical exercises (50%), test (50%)
Advanced Operating Systems: AOS Two assignments: Lab 1 (10%), lab 2 (90%)
Advanced Robotics : ARO Three assignments: Research proposal (30%), group presentation (20%), report (50%)
Category Theory: CAT Two assignments: Exercise (25%), test (75%)
Cloud Computing: CC Two assignments (70%, 20%), reports (10%)
Comp Systems Modelling: CSM Three assignments (45%, 45%, 10%)
Cybercrime: CYC Four essays (25% each)
Deep Neural Networks: DNN Two assignments (30%, 70%)
Digital Signal Processing: DSP Test (40%), three exercises (20% each)
Digital Signal Processing with Computer Music: DSPCM Three assignments (25%, 30%, 30%, plus 5% prep for each)
Extended Reality: ER Practical exercise (20%), project (80%)
Federated Learning: FL Four labs (12.5% each), practical project (50%)
Interaction with Machine Learning: IML Six submissions (20%), one assignment (80%)
Introduction to Robotics: IRO Two assignments (45% of the overall grade each), presentation (10%)
Machine Visual Perception: MVP Practical Exercise (20%), project report (80%)
Mobile Health: MH Two assignments (30%, 70%)
Multicore Semantics and Programming: MSP Two assignments (50% of the overall grade each)
Natural Language Processing: NLP Three assignments (10%, 10%, 80%)

All assignments, reports, presentations and tests are graded. It is expected that all candidates pass all exercises (if any) in a given unit. Note that there are specific deadlines for individual exercises and tests that must be adhered to. Further information, including details of the exercises, reports and presentations which must be handed in, will be given by the proprietors of the associated classes.

Submission of Portfolio

To satisfy the requirements of Regulation 18, all reports will, once they have been accepted, be retained by the Department. The Part II examiners will be provided with the total number of marks awarded to each candidate.