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Cse 101 - Design & Analysis of Algorithm

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Design and Analysis of Algorithms CSE 101 Basic Information Spring 2009 Instructor Russell Impagliazzo Class TT 3 30 4 50 Center 109 Mandatory discussion section Wed 11 11 50 Solis 104 101 Professor Office Hours Wed 4 6 Thurs 10 11 start in CSE 4248 may move to bigger room email russell cs ucsd edu webpage www cse ucsd edu classes sp09 cse101 TA Wan Yen Lo TA office Hours Mon Fri 10 11 in B240a Prerequisites CSE 21 CSE 100 Text Books Johnsonbaugh and Schaefer Algorithms OR Edmonds How to Think About Algorithms You need at least one of these two textbooks Preferably each study group will have both available I mark the reading JS for Johnsonbaugh and Schaefer or JE for Jeff Edmonds Assignments There will be a calibration homework not for credit four homework assignments a mid term exam and a final exam Evaluation Homework will account for 30 of the grade the mid term 30 and the final will account for the remaining 40 of the grade The calibration homework does not count for credit The best 3 out of 4 homework assignments will be counted so each homework is worth 10 of grade There will be a practice mid term the mid term grade will be the better of the practice and real mid term grades Sorry no practice final Ethics and Academic Dishonesty In the past there has been epidemic cheating in this class For example dishonesty caused 25 of the 1 class to fail in 1997 For this reason some rather intrusive rules have been instituted Students will be allowed to solve and write up all homework assignments in groups of size up to 4 All names should appear on the assignment Members of a group are responsible for all parts of any assignment with their names on it Problems should be solved by the group not divided up between group members Each member of a group should participate in discussions about each problem The front page should be signed by each member of a group this is interpretted as the statement I participated in discussion for each problem and have read and understood the



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