Course pages 2013–14
ML Practical Classes
Course Handouts and Information
In each of the practical slots there will be demonstrators available to assist with the tick exercises. Students should aim to do one tick per week completely within their allocated two hour slot (i.e. without having to work outside the Computer Lab). However, all of the exercises are available below, and students are free to do the work wherever they choose and in their own time (it will still be necessary to sign up for a ticking slot for each tick).
Computer scientists must do all of the unstarred ticks (1-5 inclusive). Natural scientists and PBS students must do the first four unstarred ticks (1-4 inclusive). Starred ticks (1*, 2*,...) are strictly optional and only there to challenge those who find the unstarred variant easy. They do not count for the exam.
Practical Group Timings and Allocations
Please see the Registration session pages
Ticking Sign-up sheet
Now that the ML practicals are over, the ticking sign up has moved to the Programming in Java web pages
Tickers on 14/11/13 will be able to tick both ML and Java submissions. Thereafter it may be possible to obtain ML ticks in the Java sessions, but priority is for Java ticks and this practice may be stopped. There will be extra ML ticking sessions in Lent term (in particular for the CSTs who need to complete tick 5 over the vacation)