This is the web page for CS 223: Data Structures and Programming Techniques for the Spring 2012 semester. Here you can find pointers to various resources for students taking the course. You should check this page periodically for new announcements.
/Assignments/Exam2 has been graded, and sample solutions are available. Graded exams can be picked up starting tomorrow during James Aspnes's office hours. If you took the exam, you should have received an email message summarizing all of your grades for the semester. Please let me know if you notice any surprises or discrepancies. Thank you for all your hard work in this class!
Sample solutions for /Assignments/HW10 are now available on the assignment page.
/Assignments/HW10 has been graded. Sample solutions will be posted soon.
/Assignments/HW9 has been graded. Sample solutions are on the assignment page.
/Assignments/HW10 is now available.
/Assignments/HW8 has been graded. Sample solutions are on the assignment page. There was a bug in /c/cs223/Hwk8/test.final. Please ignore the first grade message you got.
/Assignments/HW9 is now available.
/Schedule: list of lectures and events. Includes reading assignments and pointers to lecture notes.
/Assignments: list of homeworks and exams.
/Notes: notes on various topics relevant to the course.
List of reserved books. These can be checked out at the Bass Library front desk.
/2005: web pages for 2005 version of the course (may be broken in various ways).
3. Mean assignment grades
GNU Online Documentation, including the complete manuals for
- Frequently-asked questions (FAQ) for
Jim Aspnes (<email@example.com>, JamesAspnes). Office: AKW 401. See calendar below for open office hours. You can also send me email to make an appointment.
Syed Obaid Amin. (<firstname.lastname@example.org>). AKW 203.
Debayan Gupta (<email@example.com>). AKW 413. I'm usually within shouting distance of the Zoo.
Xueyuan Su (<firstname.lastname@example.org>). Office: AKW 412.
Use <email@example.com> to send mail to all of the course staff.
For details of what topics are covered in each lecture, see /Schedule.
7. Questions and comments
Please feel free to send questions or comments on the class or anything connected to it to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
For questions about the assignments, the address <email@example.com> will go to the entire course staff. Please feel free to use this if you have a question where getting it answered quickly is more important than getting it answered by a particular person.