Nathan Conklin (Nathan.Conklin@VT.EDU)
Tue, 25 Apr 2000 02:23:16 -0400
Message-ID: <200004250623.CAA12091@e115101.vtacs.com> Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2000 02:23:16 -0400 From: Nathan Conklin <Nathan.Conklin@VT.EDU> Subject: Re: [CS3304_1381] Help with cut
> Any tips/hints on writing the report?
Make sure you fulfill each of the requirements as dictated on
Often times students will forget to put something that is mentioned in
Also, make sure you document "how your program really works". In other
words, "What is the real trick to solving this problem?" A description of
each of the sturctural components and a diagram are both necessary, but also
include an explanation that pulls it all together into a complete solution.
So, in program 3 this was done through backtracking in Prolog. In program
4, depending on implementation, backtracking may not be AS important. It
may be more important that variables correctly unify to expected tokens
within a list. This will depend on the design, but if this is the case
then make that your explanation.
As always, it will depend on the design that you have chosen.
-- Nathan Conklin Nathan.Conklin@vt.edu 540-953-2254
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