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Rabbit
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Completed a project for my final year CS degree and my professor rejected saying it is of very few lines of code.Hope he learns to evaluate projects on complexity and logic rather than number of lines of code. :/

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  • 2
    What did you make?
  • 4
    @theImposter Periodic noise removal from images
  • 4
    Sounds cool, have you tried explaining to him/her that although it may be less lines of code than some other students you believe it to be more complex, challenging and you learnt a lot from it?
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    @theImposter yeah, I've explained him about the complexity of the work.He replied that he'll take a look at it and let me know.I've learned a lot from it.I don't even know how to use matlab before taking up the project,but now i can play with that.
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    Good luck, hopefully he makes the right descion.
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    @theImposter Thnq,waiting for that
  • 3
    Let us know how it goes.
  • 21
    Actually, you should get extra credit. Simplicity takes extra effort.
  • 11
    I died a little inside reading this. It actually hurts. Even though it's not my experience.
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  • 4
    Your instincts are keen, 'code golf' is a valuable sensibility and I'm proud of you. Your professor sounds like a jerk if that was his only reason.
  • 5
    Your professor should be teaching COBOL. That way, he'll get all the code lines he could possibly dream of. And then some.
  • 6
    Just write 500 lines of comments explaining what it is before each statement. Will look better (for him).
  • 3
    Explain it with lots and lots ok comments. That's more lines 😁
  • 5
    If he's looking for lines of code, I have a suggestion, stick a load of useless methods and console outputs and progress notifications. It works great, managed to write another 200 lines that way once xD
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    Comment the shit out of your code. For each variable, function, etc... explain it in excruciating detail. Then output every little thing as it happens to a file and to console or screen. Lol.
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    Sorry to hear that, I would go speak to a more senior member of staff.
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    I created a GUI for the project insted of command line to increase the lines of code.And he said with a smiling face, "GUI is not part of the actual work,no one cares whether you create a gui or execute using the terminal".
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    @theImposter I'm going to meet the head of the department
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    On the contrary if its ever to be a viable product for photographers and designers to use, the GUI is everything and they could give two shits less about how many lines of code it took to write it.
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    I'll gladly test it for you. I've been doing a lot of waifu2x enlargement and noise reduction of shittier photos.
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    @lquessenberry the project is for removing periodc noise from an image just by using upper half of the frequency image.The lower half cleans itself by conjugate symmetry, a property of Fourier series
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    @lquessenberry it requiers less computing power and takes far less time to remove the noise than the available ring or notch filters which use the whole frequency domain image
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    That sounds awesome! I've been doing a lot of neural network processing too just for fun
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    @Rabbit
    Sorry to hear....acctually- the greater things ahead. Keep the head up!!
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    @lquessenberry Actually I'm new to neural network processing. Can i have a look at your work,i like to play a lot with images.I'll be glad if you send me some code so that i can learn something. My id: siddardha7@outlook.com
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    @Rabbit im quite new to it as well. I started by upsizing photos using waifu2x. I don't have much work to speak of yet, just testing things... A LOT!
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    How did it go? I have a similar problem, difference is i hate my own project. Check my rant.
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