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ORIGINALITY OF EXAMPLES

Respected sir/ madam,
I am writing this mail in order to clarify my doubts regarding the screening tasks for Scilab software fellowship.
In the first screening task specified there, we need to use the optimization toolbox and test any five functions.To test those five functions, we need to get problem statements for working over it.

The query is if we have to get those problem statements from any reference available and apply it on Scilab to test function or will we evaluated on the basis of the form of problem statement we develop ourselves and test that using the software.
To clarify myself more, I would like to know the parameters on basis of which the screening tasks will be evaluated?
I hope that I soon find the solution of my query so that I can proceed further in the tasks.
Thanks.


Scilab 25-02-19, 12:19 p.m. prankurtiwari

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We would prefer that you use a example currently available on a reference source. You will be evaluated on how you solve the example, code quality, and clarity.

We will be quite impressed if you manage to "break" a function using one of your examples.

25-02-19, 8:01 p.m. Sid11235


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