University of Maryland


CMSC 420 Data Structures, Spring 2002

Current Announcements
  • Tests data used to grade project 4.
  • Scores plotted in increasing order for all projects combined
  • UPDATED Saturday 10:06am PROJECT 4 TEST FILES!.
  • Midterm Grades
  • Project Version 4.02(updated 5-06-02):
  • Primary test data posted for project2 gzipped or winzipped. Test data is also available in the Projects/P2 directory in the posting account(mh420001). You can now submit! Please follow the submission instructions
  • Project Version 2.3:
  • Test data: See ~mh420001/Projects on dc.umd.edu
  • Drawing Help
  • Checking the class webpage and newsgroup regularly, and reading your email regularly are considered COURSE REQUIREMENTS.
  • Check newsgroup csd.cmsc420 daily for project clarifications. All project-related questions will be answered on the newsgroup to ensure all students equal access to the information. Answers will not be emailed.
  • Course Essentials
    • Lectures (located in JMP 3201):
      • Sec 0301: 2pm -- 3:15 pm
      • Sec 0501: 3:30 pm -- 4:45 pm
    • Instructor: Michelle Hugue
      • Email: meesh@cs.umd.edu
      • Office: 1125 AV Williams
      • Hours: Tu 3:30 -- 5 pm, and by appointment
    • TA: Adam (Woei-Jyh) Lee
      • Email: adamlee@cs.umd.edu
        Please include CMSC 420 in your subject line to receive prompt response.
      • Office: 1151 AV Williams (the TA room)
      • Hours: Tu 3pm--5pm; W 10am--12pm
        If you cannot make these hours due to a schedule conflict, email adam for an appointment.
    • TA: Brian Krznarich
      • Email: bjkrz@cs.umd.edu
        Please include CMSC 420 in your subject line to receive prompt response.
      • Office: 1151 AV Williams (the TA room)
      • Hours: TuTh 11am--1pm;
        If you cannot make these hours due to a schedule conflict, email brian for an appointment.
    • Class accounts: Unix accounts will be on the OIT (Office of Information Technology) Detective Alpha cluster. Please familiarize yourself with the rules for OIT account usage.
    • Book(s): Design and Analysis of Spatial Data Structures (Samet) and A Practical Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms (Shaffer) (We will use the 2nd edition, but you can manage with your choice of Java or C++ version of 1st edition, and a little help from your friends.)
    Projects
    • Project: (Total/500) (35-40%)
    • Dates:
      • Part 1: on time 10:00 PM,  Feb 16  (100 points)
      • Part 2: on time 10:00 PM,  Mar 16  (150 points)
      • Part 3: on time 10:00 PM,  April 20  (150 points)
      • Part 4: on time 10:00 PM,  May 11  (150 points)
    Quizzes and Exams
     Resources

    Last updated Sunday, February 24, 2002.