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T 1 CS 531, Fall 2007 Copyright © William C. Cheng CS531 Applied Cryptography Fall 2007 Bill Cheng http://merlot.usc.edu/cs531-f07
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T 2 Today’s Topics CS 531, Fall 2007 Copyright © William C. Cheng Administrative Stuff Review Course Organization Review Topics Introduction
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T 3 Class Structure CS 531, Fall 2007 Copyright © William C. Cheng MW 2:00pm - 3:20pm in VKC 101 Instructor: Bill Cheng e-mail: [email protected] (24 hour turn-around) office hours: TuTh 11:00am - 12:00pm in SAL 228 or by appointments TA: Anand Narayanan e-mail: [email protected] do not send HTML-only e-mails (configure your e-mail software to send both text and HTML if you prefer) Grader: Roshan Kotian e-mail: [email protected] office hours: (TBD)
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T 4 Class Resources CS 531, Fall 2007 Copyright © William C. Cheng news section you should check this site regularly includes message archives (sent by the instructor, the TA, and the grader to the whole class) Class web page: http://merlot.usc.edu/cs531-f07 Moodle: student-to-student discussions exchanging ideas are allowed posting code or answers to HW questions are not allowed (short code segments to illustrate ideas are allowed; short means < 5 lines) lecture notes posted here soon (hopefully) after class HW assignments reading list
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B. Schneier ‘‘Applied Cryptography: Protocols, Algorithms, and Source Code in C’’ T 5 Course Readings CS 531, Fall 2007 Copyright © William C. Cheng Required textbooks please do not print the whole book A. J. Menezes, P. C. Van Oorschot, S. A. Vanstone ‘‘ Handbook of Applied Cryptography’’ An online version of this book is available at http://www.cacr.math.uwaterloo.ca/hac/ Optional textbooks this book may be out of print FIPS publication 197 Papers may be more
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T 6 Grading CS 531, Fall 2007 Copyright © William C. Cheng HW Midterm 35% 30% 7 programming assignments in class, Mon, 10/22/2007 (firm) No extra credit try your best from the beginning Final grade assigned by the instructor on a curve, class average is probably a B+ HWs graded by the grader, exams graded by the instructor C’s will likely be given, F’s if necessary Final 35% 2pm - 4pm, Fri, 12/14/2007 (firm)
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but the rule the instructor must follow is that whatever he offers you, he must offer to the entire class T 7 Grading (Cont...) CS 531, Fall 2007 Copyright © William C. Cheng without fairness, grades have little meaning Fairness the instructor must treat all students equally and cannot give special treatment to any particular student therefore, please do not ask special favors from the instructor because of your circumstances (except for ones that are explicitly allowed by the university) this may seem unfair to you because you believe that your circumstances are special (understandably, everyone does)
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T 8 Lectures CS 531, Fall 2007 Copyright © William C. Cheng Lectures based on textbook and required readings lecture Format slides interactive discussion in class is strongly encouraged Attending lectures can make a huge difference in grasping the course material
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T 9 Assignments CS 531, Fall 2007 Copyright © William C. Cheng HW small programming assignments OpenSSL C/C++ only
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