SDSU CS 683 Emerging Technologies: Embracing Change
Spring Semester, 2001
Final Project
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Final Project

Due 7:00 p.m. Friday May 25

Late policy

At 7:01 p.m. Friday May 25 the project will be considered late and you will lose 10% of the project grade. Each calendar day after Friday at 7:01 p.m. the project is not turned in you loose another 10%.

What to Turn in

1. Hard copy of the source code for your project.

2. Electronic copy of your project. You can email this to me. I need a working version of the project. If your project needs special local files or other special instructions you must provide them.

2. Documentation. You need to provide two types of documentation.
First, you need to explain how to install and run the project. For some this may be just one or two sentences.

Second, you need a short design document. This document is aimed at a developer what would continue the project. It should give an overview of the classes created for the project and what other information you think a developer would find useful. For many of you this may be done 2-3 pages.

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