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COMP 182: Algorithmic Thinking Luay Nakhleh Department of Computer Science Rice University Spring 2015 Welcome!
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Platform We will be using the Coursera platform. Make sure you enroll in the course on Coursera; I will close enrollment tomorrow. The course is accessible at
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The Instructor Luay (pronounced Lo-I) Nakhleh (pronounced Nak-le) Office: DH 3119 Phone: 713 348 3959 Email: [email protected]
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The Instructor Luay (pronounced Lo-I) Nakhleh (pronounced Nak-le) Office: DH 3119 Phone: 713 348 3959 Email: [email protected] “Though he looks like a scary Russian mob boss, he’s actually very friendly and easy to talk to.” ---A COMP 182 student, Spring 2013
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Teaching Assistants 17 undergrads and 2 grads
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Day, Time, and Place Lectures: T&Th, 10:50-12:05, Herzstein Amphitheater Problem-solving sessions: F, 11:00-12:15 pm, Brockman Hall 101 F, 2:00-3:15 pm, Brockman Hall 101 Attend the problem-solving session you’re enrolled in!
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  • Spring '15
  • Luay Nakhleh

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