Course Notes   (Unterlagen zu Vorlesungen)
Since 1989 I have given computer science courses at the Darmstadt University of Technology, the University of Halle, and at Cornell University - both at the undergraduate and the graduate level. For the courses in Germany I have developed more or less elaborated manuscripts and/or sets of slides that I made publicly available to the students. Written notes for the lectures at Cornell are available as well.
The course pages accessible through this page link to the latest versions, which are available online in postscript or PDF format. Manuscripts are also provided in 2:1 reduced postscript format and slides in 4:1 reduction. A list of web pages related to teaching is given to simplify cross references. It also includes pointers to software tools that were written or customized for particular courses.
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