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CS336F20101stdayhandout - C S 3 3 6 A n a ly s is o f P r o...

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CS 336 Analysis of Programs F2010 Instructor: Dr. Maggie Myers myers@cs.utexas.edu Office hours: Tuesday 2, Wednesday 11, extra hours, and appointment Office: ACES2.112 Phone: 471-9533 TAs: Reza Mahjourian, Gabriel Elizondo Tutoring every Monday from 5 - 7pm in RLM 5.122 Joe: elizondo@cs.utexas.edu Office hours: Painter 5.38 Wed: 5:30-6:30 Fri: 2:30-3:30 Reza: reza@cs.utexas.edu Office hours: Tuesdays 5-7pm in the ENS basement lab We hope this class is instructive and worthwhile for you. If during the semester you have any suggestions for how the TAs or I can improve the course, please let us know. Text: Discrete Mathematics and its Applications , Kenneth H. Rosen. (6 th edition) The text is a reference and will be supplemented. Information will be organized on the class’s electronic blackboard (http://courses.utexas.edu) Grading: Three 100 pt exams (Sept. 21, Oct. 14, and Nov. 4), a comprehensive final ( Saturday, December 11, 2:00‐5:00 pm) worth 180 pts, and a 120 pt. Quiz/homework/pretest/sample exam grade combine for a possible 600 pts. No curve!
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