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Title: Data Structures
Authors: University of Toronto - Department of Computer Science Home Page
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Publisher: University of Toronto - Department of Computer Science Home Page
Abstract: Syllabus for CSC 263: Data Structures Summer, 2004 This page (check it frequently): Announcements: * UNOFFICIAL final marks are here. * Programming test files are here. Also available on CDF as /h/u1/bureshop/pub/StdAutoTest.tar.gz. * Final Exam: Thursday, August 19, 7-10pm, SF 3201. * Office Hours: Wednesday, August 11, 5-7pm, SF 3207; Tuesday, August 17, 6-8pm, BA 1180; Wednesday, August 18, 5-6pm, SF 3207. These sessions are to answer your questions--I will not have anything planned. * Website containing previous final exams here. Go to CSC 378. Lectures: Tuesday 7-9pm, BA 1180 Instructor: Josh Buresh-Oppenheim Email: Office Hours: Wednesday, 5-7pm, SF 3207, or by appointment. Tutorials: Tuesday 6-7, starting May 25. You are assigned a tutorial section according to the first letter in your last name as follows: * A-F in BA 1180. Tutor: Pablo Sala * G-K in BA 2135. Tutor: Tobi Kral * Q-U in BA 3116. Tutor: Ady Ecker * V-Z in BA 2195. Tutor: Zhengdao Xu TA Office Hours: Tutors will hold office hours in general before an assignment is due or before a test. Newsgroup: ut.cdf.csc263h. Post content-related questions here for quickest response. Text: Introduction to Algorithms, by Cormen, Leiserson, Rivest and Stein (second edition). Marking Scheme: * 4 Homeworks worth 10% each (tentative due dates are: June 8, June 22, July 27, August 10 at the beginning of tutorial) * 1 Midterm worth 20% (on July 6) * 1 Final worth 40% (date TBA) Lateness: Extensions on any deadline must be approved by the instructor beforehand. Otherwise there will be a late penalty of 25% per day. Collaboration and Plagiarism: Collaboration can be very instructive. You are encouraged to discuss concepts and problems with your fellow students. All homework, however, must be written alone and must be your own work. Obviously any communication during exams will not be tolerated. Violations of this policy will be prosecuted by the university. Homeworks Posted Here: * Guidelines for homeworks (please read!). * Homework 1: o Written Part: PS PDF o Programming Part * Homework 2: o Written Part: PS PDF o Programming Part (Note: This part is due June 29). * Homework 3: o Written Part: PS PDF o Programming Part * Homework 4: o Written Part: PS PDF o Programming Part Lecture Notes Posted Here (after lectures): * Topics * Lecture 1 (PDF) * Lecture 2 (PDF) * Lecture 3 (PDF) * Lecture 4 (PDF) * Lecture 5 (PDF) * Lecture 6 (PDF) * Lecture 7 (PDF) * Lecture 8 (PDF) * Lecture 9 (PDF) * Lecture 10 (PDF) Midterm Tests: * Practice Midterm 1: PS PDF * Practice Midterm 2: PS PDF * Official Midterm: o Solutions: PS PDF o A note about remarking. CDF Accounts: * Usernames * CDF Homepage
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