Thursday, November 5, 2020, 12:15h, Online
The course takes place Wednesdays, 10:00 - 12:00 (c.t.) and Thursdays, 12:00 - 14:00 (c.t.).
The lectures will be held via Zoom. Please register here to receive the meeting information by email.
Tutorials: Fridays 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
Basic knowledge in theoretical computer science, in particular in logics.
Information on the tutorial, the exercise sheets as well as the exam sheets can be found here.
Please note: Exercise sheets do not have to be submitted. All registered students can take the midterm exam.
There will be a midterm, a final, and a re-exam. All participants must take part in the midterm exam and in at least one of the final and re-exams. The midterm does not count as an examination but as an examination prerequisite. It is open for every participant of the course. Participation in the midterm is required to participate in the endterm or re-examination.
The endterm and the re-exam are now two seperate and independent examination attempts. Students can take the first one, the second one, or both, but if they take both, these count as two examination attempts (out of a total of three examination attempts permitted for the module).
Please bring your student identity card to the exam. (For further information on the exams and the grading system, see below.)
Dates of the Exams:
- Midterm: Wednesday, December 2, 2020, 4:15 p.m.
To register for the midterm, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, November 24, 2020.
- Final: TBD
- Supplementary: TBD
- Midterm: TBD
- Final + Re-Exam: TBD
The total grade for the course is the weighted average of the grades of all the exams in which one participates:
If one takes part only in the final exam:
Final Exam: 75%
If one takes part only in the re-exam:
If one takes part in both the final exam and the re-exam, the better grade from either final or supplementary will be selected.
Final Exam: 75% OR Re-Exam: 75%
For passing, the weighted average must be better than 4.1. As an exception to the rules above, the following combinations of results are sufficient for passing (with a grade of at least 4.0), even if the weighted average is worse than 4.1:
- 4.0 or better in the midterm exam, and
4.0 or better in at least one of the final and re-exams
- 5.0 in the midterm exam, and
3.7 or better in at least one of the final and re-exams
Further information: see
- Automated Reasoning 2019/2020
- Automated Reasoning 2018/2019
- Automated Reasoning 2017/2018
- Automated Reasoning 2016/2017
- Automated Reasoning 2015/2016
- Automated Reasoning 2014/2015
- Automated Reasoning 2013/2014
- Automated Reasoning 2012
- Automated Reasoning 2011
- Automated Reasoning 2010
- Automated Reasoning 2008
- Automated Reasoning 2006
- Automated Reasoning 2004