The exam is made up of four problems similar to the assignments (though not like the hardest ones). There will be at least one Matlab, one OpenGL and one ParaView-problem. I will not reveal what the fourth problem is about.

To get a passing grade (3 at Chalmers, G at at the university) you should solve two problems. You may not solve two similar problems (like two Matlab-problems), so you need to combine Matlab+OpenGL, or Matlab+ParaView, or OpenGL+ParaView. To get a four at Chalmers you should solve three problems (though not two similar ones). To get a five at Chalmers or a VG at the university you need to solve all four problems, although I may accept a minor glitch in one solution, in this case.

Note that your solutions must work properly and that they must adhere to the specifications for you to get full credit. So, even if certain things can be solved in a different way, I want you to follow the instructions. If you add things I have not asked for,  to your solutions, you will not get extra credit. Clumsy or inefficient solutions will not give full credit.

You are not allowed to ask anyone, directly or indirectly, for help, this is considered cheating. You should, of course, ask me if anything is unclear with the exam or if there seems to problems with the computer system. You are allowed to use the handouts, books in computer graphics and mathematics, manual pages, the help in Matlab, the manuals for ParaView, dictionaries and your solutions to the assignments.

How the exam is organized
The exam is a take-home exam and you will have 24 hours to solve the problems. The exam will be available on the web, though it will be protected by a password. You will get access to the exam (link and password) a certain day at a certain time. The times, for those taking the exam, will be twenty minutes apart. You should show me your solutions the next day at the same time as you got the exam. So, if I gave you the link and password a Wednesday at 13:30 you should present your solutions 24 hours later, at Thursday 13.30. Practical details (when and where) will come later. You are allowed to use your own computer when solving the problems, but you should present your solutions on the math computer system. Make sure your programs work on our system and that you have transferred all necessary files.

At the presentation: The programs should be ready to run, all papers should be in order etc. There will be no time to fix bugs or search for files. I will ask some questions related to the problems, as well.