Summer 2003 2003-06-02
CMSC 351 - INTRODUCTION TO ALGORITHMS
[2003-06-29] Extra office hours: Sun Jun 29, 1-3pm in AVW 1151
Homework-9 (ps,pdf). Homework-8 (ps,pdf). Homework-7 (ps,pdf). Homework-6 (ps,pdf). Homework-5 (ps,pdf). Homework-4 (ps,pdf). Homework-3 (ps,pdf). Homework-2 (ps,pdf). Homework-1 (ps,pdf). Practice Problems for Final (ps) Practice Problems for Exam I (ps,pdf). Syllabus (ps, pdf)
Section 0101 Prof Kruskal, C. MTuWThF 09:30am - 10:50am CSI 3117
OFFICE HOURS and EMAIL:
Prof C. Kruskal email@example.com M,W,F 11:00am-12:00pm Also by appointment AVW 3215 Ji Sun Shin firstname.lastname@example.org Tu 02:00pm-04:00pm,Th 11:30am-01:30pm AVW 1151
TEXT: Thomas Cormen, Charles Leiserson, Ron Rivest, and Clifford Stein, Introduction to Algorithms, McGraw Hill and MIT Press, Second Edition, 2001
GRADE SCHEME (approximate): Midterm exams 40%, Final exam 50%, HW 10%
HOMEWORK: Homework assignments will be found on the web. Homeworks are due AT THE START OF CLASS on the day indicated, and LATE OR MAKEUP HOMEWORKS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED!!!
HONOR CODE: We take the Code of Academic Integrity and the University of Maryland Student Honor Pledge (``I pledge on my honor that I have not given or received any unauthorized assistance on this assignment/examination'') very seriously. For details, see Code and Pledge. Our policy is that ``authorized'' assistance includes talking together about assignments and approaches to them, but *not* writing up with assistance or collaboration on---or with access to another's---actual final materials to hand in.