CS 4850 Spring 2016
Mathematical Foundations for the Information Age
MWF 1:25pm-2:15pm Phillips Hall 203
Announcements Concepts Exams Homework Course Staff
Course
Staff:
*add '.edu' after these addresses when sending an email.
Professor:
John Hopcroft
[jeh@cs.cornell*]
Office hours by appointment only
PhD TA:
Yao Cheng
[yc2258@cornell*]
Office hours: Wednesday 9:00am - 10:00am, G17 Gates Hall
Undergrad TAs:
Mateo Zarlenga
[me326@cornell*]
Office hours: By appointment
Joshua Hull
[jth242@cornell*]
Office hours: Thursday 2pm-3pm, CIS Tutoring Office, Room 110(Academic Surge Bldg, Tower Rd 222)
Siddharth Reddy
[sgr45@cornell*]
Office hours: Wednesday 5pm-6pm, CIS Tutoring Office, Room 110(Academic Surge Bldg, Tower Rd 222)
Jess Renteria
[jvr35@cornell*]
Office hours: Tuesday 5pm-6pm, CIS Tutoring Office, Room 110(Academic Surge Bldg, Tower Rd 222)
Jiaqi Su
[js2622@cornell*]
Office hours: Tuesday 3pm-4pm, CIS Tutoring Office, Room 110(Academic Surge Bldg, Tower Rd 222)
Kaushik Venkataraman
[ksv24@cornell*]
Office hours: Friday 11am-12am, CIS Tutoring Office, Room 110(Academic Surge Bldg, Tower Rd 222)
Anna Yesypenko
[ay256@cornell*]
Office hours: Thursday 6pm-7pm, CIS Tutoring Office, Room 110(Academic Surge Bldg, Tower Rd 222)
Eric Zhan
[ez72@cornell*]
Office hours: Monday 12:30pm-1pm, CIS Tutoring Office, Room 110(Academic Surge Bldg, Tower Rd 222)
Homework: Questions for the HWs are from Blum, Hopcroft and Kannan textbook (see above). Students are encouraged to work together but each must submit his own HW (written in his own words). The only requirement is that you understand everything you turn in. You must show all your work to receive substantial credit. These include all the relevant part of your code for the coding questions and the assumptions you made/parameters you used that were not specified in the question text. You are expected to submit handwritten solutions.