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CSE331 Lecture 2 - Lecture 2 CSE 331 Sep 1 2011 Thanks for...

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Lecture 2 CSE 331 Sep 1, 2011
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Thanks for the feedback Will finalize office hours on Thursday morning Please stop me if I’m speaking too fast/mumbling
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On deadlines I’ll be very strict with them
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Homework 10 weekly homeworks (schedule on webpage) Collaboration generally allowed Work in groups of size at most 3 Write up your own solutions Acknowledge your collaborators Breaking these rules will be considered as cheating NO late submission Lowest three (3) homework scores will be dropped
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Homework Policy Document
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Structure of Homeworks Easy Problem (40%) Medium hard Problem (45%) Hard Problem (15%)
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Warning: Easy != Plug n’ Chug
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The hard problem Can take multiple days EVEN AS A GROUP!
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A clarification on the homeworks Think about each problem for 30 mins Even if you spend the time just staring at it This is for your own benefit Otherwise almost surely you will flunk the exams
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Let the fun begin!
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Who is Algorithm named after?
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  • Fall '11
  • RUDRA
  • Analysis of algorithms, Computational complexity theory, Stable marriage problem, Homework Policy document, Medium hard Problem, Don Knuth Reward

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