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 Grading is divided into two parts: 80% of your final project grade is based on the number of hours you spent, and 20% is based on your writeup. Grading is divided into two parts: 80% of your final project grade is based on the number of hours you spent, and 20% is based on your writeup.
  
-For the number of hours, I will take the total number of hours and divide by 40, then multiply by 100 (and capped at 100%). ​ This will be your percentage. ​ (So, 40 hours == 100%, 30 hours == 75%, etc.)+For the number of hours, I will take the total number of hours and divide by 35, then multiply by 100 (and capped at 100%). ​ This will be your percentage. ​ (So, 35 hours == 100%, 17.5 hours == 50%, etc.)
  
 I will evaluate your writeup primarily based on the quality of your writing, although I reserve the right to assign some points based on the quality of your project. I will evaluate your writeup primarily based on the quality of your writing, although I reserve the right to assign some points based on the quality of your project.
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 ====Requirements for the time log:==== ====Requirements for the time log:====
  
-For the time log, you must document the time you spent (on a daily basis) along with a simple description of your activities during that time.  **If you do not document your time, it will not count.** ​ In other words, it is not acceptable to claim that you spent 40 hours on your project, without a time log to back it up.  I will not accept any excuses about this requirement.+For the time log, you must document the time you spent (on a daily basis) along with a simple description of your activities during that time.  **If you do not document your time, it will not count.** ​ In other words, it is not acceptable to claim that you spent 35 hours on your project, without a time log to back it up.  I will not accept any excuses about this requirement.
  
 So, for example, a time log might look like the following: So, for example, a time log might look like the following:
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   * You may not count any more than 15 hours of "prep work"​. ​ This could include dataset preparation,​ collection and cleaning; or wrestling with getting a simulator / model working for a deep RL project; etc.   * You may not count any more than 15 hours of "prep work"​. ​ This could include dataset preparation,​ collection and cleaning; or wrestling with getting a simulator / model working for a deep RL project; etc.
   * At least 20 hours must involve designing, testing, and iterating deep learning-based models, analyzing results, experimenting,​ etc.   * At least 20 hours must involve designing, testing, and iterating deep learning-based models, analyzing results, experimenting,​ etc.
-  * You don't get extra credit for more than 40 hours. ​ Sorry. ​ :)+  * You don't get extra credit for more than 35 hours. ​ Sorry. ​ :)
  
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