6.849 signup sheet/class survey
If you're potentially interested in taking 6.849 (Geometric Folding Algorithms), for credit or as a listener, please (1) sign up for an account at https://coauthor.csail.mit.edu and (2) fill out this form.

If you're ever no longer interested in the class, just unsubscribe from the mailing list via https://lists.csail.mit.edu/mailman/listinfo/6849-students

Your name
Your answer
Athena username (MIT students) or email address (non-MIT students)
Your answer
Username you've already signed up for at https://coauthor.csail.mit.edu (6.849's collaborative problem-solving infrastructure)
Your answer
What is your estimate of the probability you will take this class for credit (as opposed to being a listener or dropping it)?
Your answer
How likely would you be to come to office hours if they exist?
I might occasionally come if they exist.
I'd keep that part of my weekly schedule clear to attend regularly
If there were weekly screenings of the lecture videos in a reserved classroom with a member of the 6.849 staff around to ask questions, how likely would you be to come?
I might occasionally come if they exist.
I'd keep that part of my weekly schedule clear to attend regularly
To get to know you and your background better, please fill out this survey. Don't be scared! None of these topics are required knowledge (though knowing at least one will help).
no knowledge
know a little
mostly know
Origami (folding crane, folding crease patterns, designing models)
CAD (Rhino, SolidWorks, AutoCAD)
Art/design/fabrication (rapid prototyping, sculpture, models, sketching)
Programming (Python, JavaScript, C++)
Algorithms/complexity (asymptotics, big-oh, dynamic programming, NP/PSPACE-completeness)
Discrete math (proofs by induction, probability, binomial coefficients, graphs with nodes and edges, spanning trees, planarity, Hamiltonicity)
Continuous math (continuity, differentiability, affine transforms, matrix multiplication, rank, linear independence)
What are your goals for the class? Is there anything else that you'd like the staff to know?
Your answer
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