CMPS201: Analysis of Algorithms
Martine Schlag, Fall 2001
or your TA.
5: due Tuesday December 4, 10am in BE317B(my office).
4: due Tuesday November 27, beginning of class.
3: due Thursday Nov. 1, beginning of class.
2: due Thursday Oct. 18, beginning of class.
1: due Thursday Oct. 4, beginning of class.
For online discussion of course topics/homework, help, and general
questions. If you can access the solutions
then you can access this as well.
Time and Place: TuTh 10:00-11:45am Earth&Marine Sciences B210
Instructor: Martine Schlag
Office Hours: Tuesday 3-4pm Wednesday 1-2pm
TA: Yue Zhou
Office Hours: Monday 10-11am Thursday 2-3pm in Trailer 15
Introduction to Algorithms
by Thomas H. Cormen, Charles E. Leiserson, Ronald L. Rivest and Clifford Stein.
McGraw Hill, 2001.
Requesting academic accommodations
To take this course you must have completed an undergraduate course in data
(such of CMPS101), an undergraduate course in algorithms (such as CMPS102)
or an undergraduate course in graph theory (such as CMPE177).
I will be checking pre-requisites during the week of Sept 24-28.
If you are a Computer Engineering graduate student, please have the
Data Structures section of your Base Requirement Worksheet signed off
and show it to me. If you are a Computer Science graduate student
you will need to show me a copy of your undergraduate transcript.
You have until the October 2 class to show me you have the pre-requisite.
After that class you will be dropped from the course.
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University of California, Santa Cruz.
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