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Welcome to 6.001!

Monday, May 19: TA hours

Adnan: Wed, May 21, 4-6pm in the 6.001 lab

Todd: today (Monday), 5-7pm in the 6.001 lab



Wednesday, May 14: Last lecture.


TA Office Hours: open to all students Todd: 6.001 lab - Friday, TBA and Monday 5-7pm

Toh: Thursday, 2-5pm


Example solutions for Quiz 2 can be found here.
Remember that the final lecture will be given live in 10-250 at 10:00 on Thursday.

Details on the final exam: The final exam will be closed book. You are entitled to bring 3 sheets of notes (8.5 by 11 inches) to the exam.

6.001 Lab Evaluation

Please take a moment to submit your feedback about the lab - it's completely anonymous, and your suggestions are valuable to the staff.

EVALUATION FORM


Monday, April 28: LA review on continuations

There will be an optional LA-led review tomorrow, Tues, April 29th from 7-9pm in 34-101.

Friday, April 25: Project 4: has now been released (project 4) and is now available on the web site.

Code for Project 4: c-eval.scm, and desugar.scm.

Monday, March 31: Project 3: has now been released (project 3) is now available on the web site.

Code for Project 3: objsys_sp03.scm, objtypes_sp03.scm, and setup_sp03.scm

Wed, April 23: no live lecture tomorrow

Just a reminder - tomorrow's lecture will be available on the tutor, not as a live lecture.

Friday, April 18: Quiz 2 Grades:

Here are the statistics for the first quiz: And the grade cuts are:

Monday, April 14: Change in the calendar

Originally, Lecture 20 was to be given live on April 24. This has been changed, and the lecture will now be available online prior to April 25. The live lecture has been cancelled.

Monday, April 14: More Quiz 2 details

The exam is from 7:30 to 9:30, Wednesday, April 16. (The conflict exam is on Tuesday, April 15, from 3-5pm in 24-121. Email Jill if you need to take the conflict.) The exam is closed book, but you may bring two (8.5 by 11) sheets of notes.

Saturday, April 12: Quiz 2 details

Room assignments for Quiz 2 will be posted on Monday. For the quiz itself, you may bring 2 sheets of notes.

Thursday, April 10: Example Quiz 2

An example quiz is available here. Note that this may not completely overlap with topics from this term, but it provides an example of potential quiz questions.

Thursday, April 10: Quiz 2 info

Quiz reviews by the LAs:
  • Sunday, April 13, 5-7pm in 4-270
  • Sunday, April 13, 7-9pm in 4-370
  • Monday, April 14, 5-7pm in 4-270

    If you need to take the conflict exam on Tues, April 15th, please send Jill (@ai.mit.edu) mail. The conflict is from 3-5pm in 24-121.


    Wednesday, April 9: UROP information

    If you are interested in doing a UROP this summer in the AI Lab or in LCS, here's some information.

    Monday, April 7: Live Lecture: A reminder that Tuesday's lecture will be given live in 10-250 at 10:00am.

    Monday, March 31: Project 3: has now been released (project 3) is now available on the web site.

    Code for Project 3: objsys_sp03.scm, objtypes_sp03.scm, and setup_sp03.scm

    Wednesday, March 12: Example solutions for Quiz 1 can be found here.

    Monday, March 10: Project 2: has now been released (project 2) is now available on the web site.

    Printed copies will be made available by tomorrow in the lab, but you can access a PDF version of the project, as well as search.scm, and search.scm, online.

    Monday, March 10: Live Lecture: A reminder that Thursday's lecture will be given live in 10-250 at 10:00am.

    Friday, March 7: Quiz 1 Grades: Here are the statistics for the first quiz: And the grade cuts are:

    Tuesday, March 4: Urgent notice!! The locations for the quiz have been moved.
  • Students with last names from Abrahamson to Nti will take the quiz in 4-270
  • Students with last names from On to Zhu will take the quiz in 4-370.

    Friday, February 28: LA review sessions on March 3rd:

    The LAs will be holding review sessions on Monday from 5-7 and 7-9 in 34-3xx (the 3rd floor classrooms). This is a tutorial review session; LAs will be available for each of the two hour blocks to go over practice questions, answer any questions, and explain concepts.

    Wednesday, February 26: Quiz 1 info:

  • If you have a conflict, you must email Todd now.
  • Students with last names from Abrahamson to Nti will take the quiz in Walker (50-349)
  • Students with last names from On to Zhu will take the quiz in 2-190.

    Tuesday, February 25: Reminder: Quiz 1 will be held on Wednesday, March 5, from 7:30 to 9:30. The exam will be closed book, but you may bring one sheet (8.5 by 11 inches) of notes with you. If you want to see examples of previous 6.001 exams, here are Fall 2002 (PDF) and Spring 2002 (PDF)



    Monday, February 24: Reminder: Project 1 is due by 6pm on Friday, Feb. 28th


    Saturday, February 22: Minor correction to Project 1.

    The code support code has been updated to include a new atlas. Please download the new version and use in your testing. Only the definition of trial-atlas-1 has changed.

    Tuesday, February 18: Project 1 is released: Project 1 is now available on the web site.

    Printed copies will be made available by tomorrow in the lab, but you can access a PDF version of the project, as well as support code, online.

    Saturday, February 15: Revised problem set date:

    In order to give you a bit more time to get caught up on material, the due date for Problem Set 2 has been pushed back to Wednesday. There will be Lab Assistants on staff both Tuesday and Wednesday from 3:00PM to midnight to provide help

  • Tues, Feb 4: Recitation Assignments (listed by email address, and subject to change)


    "Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs", the text for the course, is available online (link below), or at Quantam Books, for $52.

    Monday, Feb 10: Info session tonight, 6-7pm

    The LAs will hold an info session to help people get to know Athena better and introduce how files and the Athena command line work, in addition to going over some basic edwin stuff. The sessions are tonite and tomorrow nite from 6-7pm in the 6.001 lab.

    Wednesday, February 5: Note that Project 0 is posted. This is a simple project intended to get you up to speed on using Scheme and associated infrastructure. You can find the project under the Problem sets and projects link.

    Tues, Feb 4: Recitation Assignments (listed by email address)

    Note: Recitation 6 students, your section will be held in 26-168 (not in 26-204).

    Monday, January 6th

    Under construction

    This site is still under construction, as we get ready for next term. If you have found this site, please be patient and come back when we have officially released it!


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