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01 Course Information - Handout #1 January 9, 2008 CS103A...

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Handout #1 CS103A January 9, 2008 Robert Plummer CS103A Course Information—Winter 2008 Course Title: Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science Units: 3 Lectures: MWF 11:00 – 11:50 AM in Gates B3 Instructor: Dr. Robert Plummer Email: plummer@cs.stanford.edu Office: Gates 178 (ground floor, B wing) Office hours: Mon., Wed. 1 2:15 –2:15, or by appointment Office phone: 723-4350 TA: Johnny Wang Email: johnnyw@stanford.edu Office: Gates 167 Office hours: Thurs. 1:15 – 4:15 TA: Kathryn Hymes Email: kehymes@stanford.edu Office: Gates 167 Office hours: Wed. 10:00 – 11:00, Thur. 10:00 – 11:00. 12:15 – 1:15 TA: Tiyu Wang Email: tiyuwang@gmail.com Office: Gates 167 Office hours: Tue. 1:15 – 3:15, Fri. 10:00 – 11:00 Website: http://cs103a.stanford.edu The class website will be used for important course announcements, and it is a place where you can pick up any handouts that you have missed. It is your responsibility to check the website periodically. Email hotline To get fast answers to question about this course, send email to cs103a@gmail.com . This address is checked frequently by course staff and is your best source of help. Please note that when you begin submitting homework electronically, there will be a different email address for that. This one is just for asking questions. Pre- and Co-Requisites CS106A is a pre- or co-requisite of this course. “Working” Office Hours Each week, our TA’s will hold office hours in a classroom where you can come and work on problems from a problem set or the textbook. The TA will be available to answer questions when needed. The purpose of this is to provide students with additional options for obtaining assistance besides the help line. The location and times will be announced. Problem Sets & Exams There will be several problem sets that will be graded. During the first half of the course, most of the problem sets will be graded using an automated grading system. Later in the course, problem
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2 sets will be hand-graded. Each student is to work individually on the problem sets. All problem sets are due in class on the dates specified in the syllabus. There are two exams in CS103A. The midterm is a 2-hour in-class exam and the final is a 3-hour in-class exam. The mid-term will be held Tuesday, Feb. 12, 7:00-9:00 pm . The final will be held Thursday, March 20, 8:30-11:30 am . Locations will be announced. Note that our final exam is on the next-to-last day of finals. If you take this course, you are obligated to be there, so make any travel plans accordingly. Late Policy
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