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CS3211 Parallel and Concurrent Programming – Guidelines for tutorial 1 (25-29 Jan 2010) Possible flow of any tutorial: i) Discussion of any topics in past lectures which students found hard (you can go through some lecture slides, or prepare your own explanation – up to you). g the 1) ii) Discussion of some exercises on the recent lectures. These exercises are given on-the-spot and discussed. In other words, they are not for gradin students – they are for online discussion and forcing the students to think clearly on the concepts. iii) Any questions the students have about assignments (not applicable for Tut Content: The general idea of concurrency, and Promela – a modeling language for concurrent systems (the first two lectures in cs3211 – check Lesson Plan and Workbin in IVLE please). Materials: Lecture slides for the first two lectures. Readings given in IVLE E-reserves (only 1 download per person allowed for copyright reasons, so once you click it please remember to save the file).
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