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School: Penn State
Hash Table How can we retrieve a value (by key) from an associative container in O(1) time? Yes we can, with the help of a Hash Table! Hash table typically implements an internal array for storing data and provides a function for index (i.e. hash code) ca
School: Penn State
Course: INTRO COMP ARCH
CSE 431 Computer Architecture Fall 2005 Lecture 01: Introduction Mary Jane Irwin ( www.cse.psu.edu/~mji ) www.cse.psu.edu/~cg431 [Adapted from Computer Organization and Design, Patterson & Hennessy, 2005, UCB] CSE431 L01 Introduction.1 Irwin, PSU, 2005 Co
School: Penn State
Course: Topics In Computer Vision
Homework 1 (due Monday Jan 24 by end of the day) 1. Consider the x=1 y=0: 10 y=1: 10 y=2: 0 (unnormalized) 2D bivariate distribution f(x,y) x=2 x=3 x=4 10 10 10 20 20 0 10 0 0 For each of the following, give your answer to 1) a) What is the marginal distr
School: Penn State
Course: NUM LINEAR ALGEBRA
Computer Science/Mathematics 550 Numerical Linear Algebra Final Exam Due 27 April 2012, 5pm No late exams, please! 1. Exercise 3.4, p.49, Hansen book. Choose n = 16, 32, 64. 2. Distance from Orthogonality. Let X, U Rmn and let C, V Rnn . Suppose that C is
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Course: Compiler Construction
Simple Dependence Testing Main Theme Determining whether dependencies exist between two subscripted references to the same array in a loop nest Several tests to detect these dependencies Basics: Indices and Subscripts Index: Index variable for some loop s
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Course: INTRO COMP ARCH
CSE 431 Computer Architecture Fall 2005 Lecture 15: Midterm Exam Review Mary Jane Irwin ( www.cse.psu.edu/~mji ) www.cse.psu.edu/~cg431 [Adapted from Computer Organization and Design, Patterson & Hennessy, 2005 and Superscalar Microprocessor Design, Johns
School: Penn State
Course: Multicasting
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School: Penn State
Course: Topics In Computer Vision
This corresponds t o t he point in t he mixt ure of Gaussian powerpoint slides where I say I'll derive E_z[logP(X,Z| t het a)] on t he board
School: Penn State
Course: Topics In Computer Vision
Note: this derivation for the covariance matrix may not be correct (although it gets the right answer). The reason why is that we havent done anything to constrain the sigma matrix to be symmetric. For a symmetric matrix, all the elements are not independ
School: Penn State
Course: Topics In Computer Vision
M Cal/m ceééf? @ Comémi a: OUV (Lao/raw! 6AM girl A Down Low, W9; wlfTZ, 4.9 4; Moétl, X u, an 4" 7" Am Lioc. WWWB \ 9c ORNW4 vaA. C6773?) A" @ I r I Yr. 74 @ Nov-(K r9(Y«:Yz."~Y~l *3 = Pent?) F6721») "3611, Y, akLgp ft gun. liafaq PCX) Y1 \/-I )5: o "
School: Penn State
Course: Topics In Computer Vision
CSE586/EE554: Computer Vision II Spring 2012 Course Overview Instructor: Dr. Robert Collins, email: rcollins@cse.psu.edu Office: IST 354H Office Hours: TBA Course Description: Introduction of mathematical methods commonly used in computer vision along wit
School: Penn State
Course: Multicasting
Robert Collins Penn State Crowd Scene Analysis Using computer vision tools to look at people in public places Real-time monitoring situation awareness notifications/alarms After-action review traffic analysis VLPR 2012 Robert Collins Penn State Crow
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486 Lecture 11: LoG and DoG Filters Robert Collins CSE486 Todays Topics Laplacian of Gaussian (LoG) Filter - useful for finding edges - also useful for finding blobs! approximation using Difference of Gaussian (DoG) Robert Collins CSE486
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 3: Linear Operators Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Administrivia I have put some Matlab image tutorials on Angel. Please take a look if you are unfamiliar with Matlab or the image toolbox. I have posted Homewor
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 13: Camera Projection II Reading: T&V Section 2.4 Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Recall: Imaging Geometry W Object of Interest in World Coordinate System (U,V,W) U V Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Imaging Ge
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 12: Camera Projection Reading: T&V Section 2.4 Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Imaging Geometry W Object of Interest in World Coordinate System (U,V,W) U V Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Imaging Geometry Came
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 4: Smoothing Related text is T&V Section 2.3.3 and Chapter 3 Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Summary about Convolution Computing a linear operator in neighborhoods centered at each pixel. Can be thought of as sl
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Course: FUND COMP ARCH
CSE 530 Final Project Presentation q <Survey on reducing power consumption for non volatile memories> <Tianqi Xu and Xiaobo Yu> CSE530 Final Project Presentation.1 <Tianqi Xu and Xiaobo Yu> Fall 2013 PSU Introduction q STT-RAM (spin-transfer torque RAM) q
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Course: FUND COMP ARCH
CSE 530 Final Project Presentation q <New Opportunities and Challenges for Non-volatile Memory Technologies> <Tianqi Xu and Xiaobo Yu> CSE530 Final Project Presentation.1 <YOURNAMES> Fall 2013 PSU The problem/opportunity (what is it, broadly?) q Provide g
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
CSE 260.2 Spring 2003 Quiz I 20 points Name _ 1. Use a truth table to prove p q ~p q. The truth table has been started for you. (You may not necessarily use all columns.) [8 pts] p q T T T F F T F F 2. Given the premises "If Zeus is human, then Zeus is mo
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
CSE 260.2 Spring 2003 Quiz I 20 points Name _ 1. Use a truth table to prove p q ~p q. The truth table has been started for you. (You may not necessarily use all columns.) [8 pts] p q ~p ~p q pq T T F T T T F F F F F T T T T F F T T T These two columns are
School: Penn State
Course: Discrete Mathematics
CSE 260 Exam Quiz Name _ Use the valid argument forms (and only the valid argument forms) we discussed in class to deduce the conclusion from the given premises. Number and label each step or deduction clearly. PREMISES: 1. ~p q 2. r 3. ~p r 4. ~s 5. ~q (
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Course: Multicasting
Homework 1. CSE 598C Vision-based Tracking, Fall 2012. Due Wed Fri 7, 2012 in Angel. This homework will actually be pretty easy, I think, if you followed the example on Gaussian Point Observations that we went over in class. You can view that example as o
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Course: Topics In Computer Vision
CSE586 Assignment 3, due March 17 Thurs 1) Prove that the set of all 2x2 matrices of the form [cos(theta) -sin (theta); sin(theta) cos(theta)] form a group under matrix multiplication. 2) Prove that the set of all complex numbers of the form e^cfw_i theta
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Course: Topics In Computer Vision
Homework 1 (due Monday Jan 24 by end of the day) 1. Consider the x=1 y=0: 10 y=1: 10 y=2: 0 (unnormalized) 2D bivariate distribution f(x,y) x=2 x=3 x=4 10 10 10 20 20 0 10 0 0 For each of the following, give your answer to 1) a) What is the marginal distr
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Course: VLSI
HOMEWORK 4 CMPEN 411 Due: 2/12/2013 11:30pm Learning Objective Use the VLSI CAD tools to design and implement an 8-bit Program Counter (PC) circuit in bit-slice style and analyze it. Instruction Implement the program counter circuit shown below in schemat
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Course: NUM LINEAR ALGEBRA
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Course: Compiler Construction
Homework 2 (Due March 20th, 2012) 1. [25points] Identify the dependences in the following loop nest and indicate whether (a) they are loopindependent or loop-carried, and (b) whether they are flow, anti or output dependences? for i = 3, 100 U[i] = V[i] +
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Course: Multicasting
CSE598C: Vision-Based Tracking Fall 2012 Syllabus Instructor: Robert Collins, Associate Professor, CSE 354H IST Building Phone: 3-1944; email: rtc12@psu.edu Office Hours: Tues 2-4, Wed 9-9:50 Class Schedule: MWF 10:10AM 11:00PM; 370 Willard Textbook: No T
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Course: Comm Networks
CSE/EE 458: Communication Networks Instructor: Guohong Cao Ofce, Phone, Email: 310 pond lab, 863-1241, gcao@cse.psu.edu Ofce Hours: MW 9:30-10:50 TA: Namhyong Kim Ofce, Phone, Email: 125 Hammond, 865-9191, nakim@cse.psu.edu Ofce Hours: MF 10:30 - 12:
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Course: Cmptr Networks
CSE 514: Computer Networks Instructor: Guohong Cao Ofce, Phone, Email: 354G IST, 863-1241, gcao@cse.psu.edu Ofce Hours: TR 2:00 - 3:15 TA: Ofce, Phone, Email: Ofce Hours: Textbook: Computer Networks: A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet, Fourth
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Course: Distributed System
CSE 513: Distributed Systems Instructor: Guohong Cao Ofce, Phone, Email: 354G IST building, 863-1241, gcao@cse.psu.edu Ofce Hours: TR: 1PM - 2PM. TA: Wenhui Hu Ofce, Phone, Email: 338E IST, 865-0191, wxh180@cse.psu.edu Ofce Hours: Wed, 1- 2pm; Fri, 9
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Course: PROGRAMMING FOR ENGINEERS
COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING 121 Spring 2007 Professor: Dr. Susan L. Quick Office: 111J IST Phone: 865-9507 E-mail: quick@cse.psu.edu or through ANGEL (Do not use any other e-mail address!) Office Hours: M 1:30 2:30, W: 3:30 5:30 or by appointmen
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Hash Table How can we retrieve a value (by key) from an associative container in O(1) time? Yes we can, with the help of a Hash Table! Hash table typically implements an internal array for storing data and provides a function for index (i.e. hash code) ca
School: Penn State
Course: INTRO COMP ARCH
CSE 431 Computer Architecture Fall 2005 Lecture 01: Introduction Mary Jane Irwin ( www.cse.psu.edu/~mji ) www.cse.psu.edu/~cg431 [Adapted from Computer Organization and Design, Patterson & Hennessy, 2005, UCB] CSE431 L01 Introduction.1 Irwin, PSU, 2005 Co
School: Penn State
Course: Topics In Computer Vision
Homework 1 (due Monday Jan 24 by end of the day) 1. Consider the x=1 y=0: 10 y=1: 10 y=2: 0 (unnormalized) 2D bivariate distribution f(x,y) x=2 x=3 x=4 10 10 10 20 20 0 10 0 0 For each of the following, give your answer to 1) a) What is the marginal distr
School: Penn State
Course: NUM LINEAR ALGEBRA
Computer Science/Mathematics 550 Numerical Linear Algebra Final Exam Due 27 April 2012, 5pm No late exams, please! 1. Exercise 3.4, p.49, Hansen book. Choose n = 16, 32, 64. 2. Distance from Orthogonality. Let X, U Rmn and let C, V Rnn . Suppose that C is
School: Penn State
Course: Compiler Construction
Simple Dependence Testing Main Theme Determining whether dependencies exist between two subscripted references to the same array in a loop nest Several tests to detect these dependencies Basics: Indices and Subscripts Index: Index variable for some loop s
School: Penn State
Course: INTRO COMP ARCH
CSE 431 Computer Architecture Fall 2005 Lecture 15: Midterm Exam Review Mary Jane Irwin ( www.cse.psu.edu/~mji ) www.cse.psu.edu/~cg431 [Adapted from Computer Organization and Design, Patterson & Hennessy, 2005 and Superscalar Microprocessor Design, Johns
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Course: LOG DESIGN DIG SYS
Exam I Name: CSE 471, Fall 2004 Section: _ Student ID number (last 4 digits): This is an OPEN BOOK and CLOSED NOTE exam. * Please write your name on every page and show all your work. * Write your solutions clearly. You may use backside of each page for s
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Course: LOG DESIGN DIG SYS
Final Exam Name: CSE 471, Fall 2004 Section: _ Student ID number (last four digits): This is an OPEN BOOK and CLOSED NOTE exam. * Write your solutions clearly. You may use backside of each page for scratch but the solutions must be shown on the designated
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Course: COMP ORG & DESIGN
Student Name_ Section 1& 2 Take home part of CSE331 Spring exam 2. Answer all questions (Total 10 points). Complete and submit at the beginning of Exam-2 (before taking your closed book part of exam 2). Attach additional paper as needed. Use notati
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Course: INTERMED PROGRMG
/ IOtest.cpp : Defines the entry point for the console application. / #include "stdafx.h" #include <fstream> #include <iostream> using namespace std; #define BEGIN { #define END } int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv[]) BEGIN ofstream testout; char infi
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Course: DATA STRUCTURES
CSE 260 SOLUTIONS TO YELLOW QUIZ 9 Spring 2007 1. [7 points] Let cn be the number of ways you can climb a staircase of n stairs if you can climb two or three stairs with each step that you take. Thus, for example, c1 = 0 and c2 = 1. Write a recurr
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CSE 260 SOLUTIONS TO YELLOW QUIZ 7 Spring 2007 INSTRUCTIONS: When your answer includes a product of integers, multiply them out. 1. [4 points] Suppose that we take a 52-card deck of cards and throw away all of the cards except aces, kings, queens,
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Chapter1 Introduction A note on the use of these ppt slides: Were making these slides freely available to all (faculty, students, readers). Theyre in PowerPoint form so you can add, modify, and delete slides (including this one) and slide content to suit
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Chapter1 Introduction A note on the use of these ppt slides: Were making these slides freely available to all (faculty, students, readers). Theyre in PowerPoint form so you can add, modify, and delete slides (including this one) and slide content to suit
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Chapter11:Modelsof Computation Invitation to Computer Science, Java Version, Third Edition Objectives In this chapter, you will learn about What is a model? A model of a computing agent A model of an algorithm Invitation to Computer Science, Java Version,
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Course: Digital Logic
Student name: _Section 4(9.05) or 3(12.20) Midterm Exam - II for CSE 271 Sections (3) and (4) Fall 2005 11/9/2005 - 8:15-10:15 p.m. - 112 Kern Dr Kabekode V. Bhat, Associate Professor of Computer Science & Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University 11
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Course: Digital Logic
Student name: _Section 3 or 4 Final Exam for CSE 271 Sections (3) and (4) Fall 2005 12- 12-2005, 12:20P-2:10P, 100 LIFE SCI, 009 LIFE SCI Dr Kabekode V. Bhat, Associate Professor of Computer Science & Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University111D, In
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Course: Digital Logic
Student name: _Section 4(9.05) or 3(12.20) Midterm Exam - I for CSE 271 Sections (3) and (4) Fall 2005 10/6/2005 - 8:15-10:15 p.m. - 112 Kern Dr Kabekode V. Bhat, Associate Professor of Computer Science & Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University,346
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Course: VLSI
HOMEWORK 4 CMPEN 411 Due: 2/12/2013 11:30pm Learning Objective Use the VLSI CAD tools to design and implement an 8-bit Program Counter (PC) circuit in bit-slice style and analyze it. Instruction Implement the program counter circuit shown below in schemat
School: Penn State
Course: NUM LINEAR ALGEBRA
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Course: Compiler Construction
Homework 2 (Due March 20th, 2012) 1. [25points] Identify the dependences in the following loop nest and indicate whether (a) they are loopindependent or loop-carried, and (b) whether they are flow, anti or output dependences? for i = 3, 100 U[i] = V[i] +
School: Penn State
Course: FUND COMP ARCH
CSE 530 Final Project Presentation q <Survey on reducing power consumption for non volatile memories> <Tianqi Xu and Xiaobo Yu> CSE530 Final Project Presentation.1 <Tianqi Xu and Xiaobo Yu> Fall 2013 PSU Introduction q STT-RAM (spin-transfer torque RAM) q
School: Penn State
Course: FUND COMP ARCH
CSE 530 Final Project Presentation q <New Opportunities and Challenges for Non-volatile Memory Technologies> <Tianqi Xu and Xiaobo Yu> CSE530 Final Project Presentation.1 <YOURNAMES> Fall 2013 PSU The problem/opportunity (what is it, broadly?) q Provide g
School: Penn State
Course: Discrete Mathematics
CSE 260.2 Spring 2003 Quiz I 20 points Name _ 1. Use a truth table to prove p q ~p q. The truth table has been started for you. (You may not necessarily use all columns.) [8 pts] p q T T T F F T F F 2. Given the premises "If Zeus is human, then Zeus is mo
School: Penn State
Course: Discrete Mathematics
CSE 260.2 Spring 2003 Quiz I 20 points Name _ 1. Use a truth table to prove p q ~p q. The truth table has been started for you. (You may not necessarily use all columns.) [8 pts] p q ~p ~p q pq T T F T T T F F F F F T T T T F F T T T These two columns are
School: Penn State
Course: Discrete Mathematics
CSE 260 Exam Quiz Name _ Use the valid argument forms (and only the valid argument forms) we discussed in class to deduce the conclusion from the given premises. Number and label each step or deduction clearly. PREMISES: 1. ~p q 2. r 3. ~p r 4. ~s 5. ~q (
School: Penn State
Course: Discrete Mathematics
CSE 260 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science Spring 2003, Section 2 Exam III: Combinatorics, Functions, Recurrences, Relations Form A - Solution April 11, 2003 Name _ Last 4 digits of ID _ _ _ _ Write your ID on every page of this exam. No notes, boo
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
CSE 260 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science Spring 2003, Section 2 Exam II: Proof Techniques and Set Theory Form A - Key March 5, 2003 Name _ Last 4 digits of ID _ _ _ _ Write your name on every page of this exam. No notes, books, or calculators are
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Course: Multicasting
6.559479; CO\M6 7 gélT-lolzavg~ (v MK ML 00 (5ZWLM Mara/var. F-v'lk rm: 672$ X; n. X4 ML okMa-"nan? Y1 o. 7v. AL A (Sana-7 fray 774.43?" km A7 90mm, vw Ya): PCVDPCYIIM)Plek>PCyzln>PClx,> u , 6" Mv _ onml .1 Cur/war 671%. M o/tb on (aha) 47th [My cu rrm'l'
School: Penn State
Course: Topics In Computer Vision
This corresponds t o t he point in t he mixt ure of Gaussian powerpoint slides where I say I'll derive E_z[logP(X,Z| t het a)] on t he board
School: Penn State
Course: Topics In Computer Vision
Note: this derivation for the covariance matrix may not be correct (although it gets the right answer). The reason why is that we havent done anything to constrain the sigma matrix to be symmetric. For a symmetric matrix, all the elements are not independ
School: Penn State
Course: Topics In Computer Vision
M Cal/m ceééf? @ Comémi a: OUV (Lao/raw! 6AM girl A Down Low, W9; wlfTZ, 4.9 4; Moétl, X u, an 4" 7" Am Lioc. WWWB \ 9c ORNW4 vaA. C6773?) A" @ I r I Yr. 74 @ Nov-(K r9(Y«:Yz."~Y~l *3 = Pent?) F6721») "3611, Y, akLgp ft gun. liafaq PCX) Y1 \/-I )5: o "
School: Penn State
Course: Topics In Computer Vision
CSE586/EE554: Computer Vision II Spring 2012 Course Overview Instructor: Dr. Robert Collins, email: rcollins@cse.psu.edu Office: IST 354H Office Hours: TBA Course Description: Introduction of mathematical methods commonly used in computer vision along wit
School: Penn State
Course: Topics In Computer Vision
Probability Review Topics 1D distributions discrete (pmf) vs continuous (pdf) normalized vs unnormalized examples [1 2 1] ; uniform(0,1); 1-x^2 | -1 <= x <= 1; 2D (bivariate) distributions joint distribution (with examples of discrete and continuous) exam
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Course: FUND COMP ARCH
Computer Science and Engineering 530 Fundamentals of Computer Architecture Fall 2013 Tuesdays, Thursdays, 9:45-11:00am, 124 Walker (Preliminary) Course Outline (v1.0) L# Date Topic Reading 1 2 Aug 27 Aug 29 Introduction and class overview Technology trend
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4 CASE STUDY OUTLINE T his o utline lists t he i ndividual t opics to b e c overed i n t he case study. Chapters 5 t hrough 9 e xplain t he o utline a nd e laborate i t w ith e xamples. After the r eader becomes f amiliar w ith t his m anual, h e is l ike
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Course: Multicasting
Robert Collins Penn State Crowd Scene Analysis Using computer vision tools to look at people in public places Real-time monitoring situation awareness notifications/alarms After-action review traffic analysis VLPR 2012 Robert Collins Penn State Crow
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486 Lecture 11: LoG and DoG Filters Robert Collins CSE486 Todays Topics Laplacian of Gaussian (LoG) Filter - useful for finding edges - also useful for finding blobs! approximation using Difference of Gaussian (DoG) Robert Collins CSE486
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 3: Linear Operators Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Administrivia I have put some Matlab image tutorials on Angel. Please take a look if you are unfamiliar with Matlab or the image toolbox. I have posted Homewor
School: Penn State
Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 13: Camera Projection II Reading: T&V Section 2.4 Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Recall: Imaging Geometry W Object of Interest in World Coordinate System (U,V,W) U V Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Imaging Ge
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 12: Camera Projection Reading: T&V Section 2.4 Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Imaging Geometry W Object of Interest in World Coordinate System (U,V,W) U V Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Imaging Geometry Came
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 4: Smoothing Related text is T&V Section 2.3.3 and Chapter 3 Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Summary about Convolution Computing a linear operator in neighborhoods centered at each pixel. Can be thought of as sl
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 2: Intensity Surfaces and Gradients Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Visualizing Images Recall two ways of visualizing an image Intensity pattern We see it at this level 2d array of numbers Computer works at this
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 18: Generalized Stereo Key idea: Any two images showing an overlapping view of the world can be treated as a stereo pair. Generalized Stereo: Epipolar Geometry . we just have to f
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 17: Mosaicing and Stabilization Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Recall: Planar Projection Internal params Perspective projection u Pixel coords v y Homography x Rotation + Translation Point on plane Robert Colli
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 5: Gradients and Edge Detection Reading: T&V Section 4.1 and 4.2 Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State What Are Edges? Simple answer: discontinuities in intensity. Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Boundaries of objec
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486 Lecture 10: Pyramids and Scale Space Robert Collins CSE486 Recall Repeated convolution by a smaller Gaussian to simulate effects of a larger one. Cascaded Gaussians G*(G*f) = (G*G)*f [associativity] Robert Collins CSE486 Example: C
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 08: Introduction to Stereo Reading: T&V Section 7.1 Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Stereo Vision Inferring depth from images taken at the same time by two or more cameras. Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Basi
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 06: Harris Corner Detector Reading: T&V Section 4.3 Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Motivation: Matchng Problem Vision tasks such as stereo and motion estimation require finding corresponding features across two
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 14 Parameter Estimation Readings T&V Sec 5.1 - 5.3 Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Summary: Transformations Euclidean similarity affine projective Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Parameter Estimation We will t
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 16: Planar Homographies Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Motivation: Points on Planar Surface y x Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Review : Forward Projection World Coords Camera Coords Film Coords U V W X Y Z x
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 09: Stereo Algorithms Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Recall: Simple Stereo System Z Y left y camera located at (0,0,0) z ( , x Image coords of point (X,Y,Z) Left Camera: Camps, PSU z ) Tx Right Camera: (X,Y,Z)
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 7: Correspondence Matching Reading: T&V Section 7.2 Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Recall: Derivative of Gaussian Filter Ix=dI(x,y)/dx Gx I(x,y) convolve Gy Iy=dI(x,y)/dy convolve Robert Collins CSE486, Penn St
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Course: Computer VIsion I
Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State Lecture 15 Robust Estimation : RANSAC Robert Collins CSE486, Penn State RECALL: Parameter Estimation: Lets say we have found point matches between two images, and we think they are related by some parametric transformatio
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Course: FUND COMP ARCH
CSE 530 Final Project Presentation q <New Opportunities and Challenges for Non-volatile Memory Technologies> <Tianqi Xu and Xiaobo Yu> CSE530 Final Project Presentation.1 <YOURNAMES> Fall 2013 PSU Introduction q STT-RAM (spin-transfer torque RAM) q q STT-
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Course: Introduction To Computer And Network Security
Wireless Security CSE497b - Spring 2007 Introduction Computer and Network Security Professor Jaeger www.cse.psu.edu/~tjaeger/cse497b-s07/ CSE497b Introduction to Computer and Network Security - Spring 2007 - Professor Jaeger At the mall . CSE497b Introduc
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Course: Introduction To Computer And Network Security
Realworldexample:StuxnetWorm Stuxnet:Overview June2010:Awormtarge<ngSiemensWinCC industrialcontrolsystem. Targetshighspeedvariablefrequency programmablelogicmotorcontrollersfromjust twovendors:Vacon(Finland)andFararoPaya (Iran) Onlywhenthecontrollersarer
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Course: Introduction To Computer And Network Security
Intrusion Detection Systems CMPSC 443 - Spring 2012 Introduction Computer and Network Security Professor Jaeger www.cse.psu.edu/~tjaeger/cse443-s12/ CMPSC 443 Introduction to Computer and Network Security - Spring 2012 - Professor Jaeger Intrusion Detecti
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Lecture 19 & 20 - Web Security CMPSC 443 - Spring 2012 Introduction Computer and Network Security Professor Jaeger www.cse.psu.edu/~tjaeger/cse443-s12/ CMPSC 443 Introduction to Computer and Network Security - Spring 2012 - Professor Jaeger Network vs. We
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Lecture 17 - Network Security CMPSC 443 - Spring 2012 Introduction Computer and Network Security Professor Jaeger www.cse.psu.edu/~tjaeger/cse443-s12/ CMPSC 443 Introduction to Computer and Network Security - Spring 2012 - Professor Jaeger Idea Why dont
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Course: Introduction To Computer And Network Security
Lecture 16 - Network Security CMPSC 443 - Spring 2012 Introduction Computer and Network Security Professor Jaeger www.cse.psu.edu/~tjaeger/cse443-s12/ CMPSC 443 Introduction to Computer and Network Security - Spring 2012 - Professor Jaeger The network . (
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Mandatory Access Control CMPSC 443 - Spring 2012 Introduction Computer and Network Security Professor Jaeger www.cse.psu.edu/~tjaeger/cse443-s12/ CMPSC 443 Introduction to Computer and Network Security - Spring 2012 - Professor Jaeger Mandatory Protection
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Access Control CMPSC 443 - Spring 2012 Introduction Computer and Network Security Professor Jaeger www.cse.psu.edu/~tjaeger/cse443-s12/ CMPSC 443 Introduction to Computer and Network Security - Spring 2012 - Professor Jaeger Access Control = Security? Do
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Course: Introduction To Computer And Network Security
Access Control CMPSC 443 - Spring 2012 Introduction Computer and Network Security Professor Jaeger www.cse.psu.edu/~tjaeger/cse443-s12/ CMPSC 443 Introduction to Computer and Network Security - Spring 2012 - Professor Jaeger Access Control Describe the p
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Course: Introduction To Computer And Network Security
Program Security CMPSC 443 - Spring 2012 Introduction Computer and Network Security Professor Jaeger www.cse.psu.edu/~tjaeger/cse443-s12/ CMPSC 443 Introduction to Computer and Network Security - Spring 2012 - Professor Jaeger System Resources Programs o
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Course: Introduction To Computer And Network Security
Program Security CMPSC 443 - Spring 2012 Introduction Computer and Network Security Professor Jaeger www.cse.psu.edu/~tjaeger/cse443-s12/ CMPSC 443 Introduction to Computer and Network Security - Spring 2012 - Professor Jaeger Programming Why do we write
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Course: FUND COMP ARCH
CSE 530 Final Project Presentation q <Survey on reducing power consumption for non volatile memories> <Tianqi Xu and Xiaobo Yu> CSE530 Final Project Presentation.1 <Tianqi Xu and Xiaobo Yu> Fall 2013 PSU Introduction q STT-RAM (spin-transfer torque RAM) q
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CSE 530 Final Project Presentation q <New Opportunities and Challenges for Non-volatile Memory Technologies> <Tianqi Xu and Xiaobo Yu> CSE530 Final Project Presentation.1 <YOURNAMES> Fall 2013 PSU The problem/opportunity (what is it, broadly?) q Provide g
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
CSE 260.2 Spring 2003 Quiz I 20 points Name _ 1. Use a truth table to prove p q ~p q. The truth table has been started for you. (You may not necessarily use all columns.) [8 pts] p q T T T F F T F F 2. Given the premises "If Zeus is human, then Zeus is mo
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
CSE 260.2 Spring 2003 Quiz I 20 points Name _ 1. Use a truth table to prove p q ~p q. The truth table has been started for you. (You may not necessarily use all columns.) [8 pts] p q ~p ~p q pq T T F T T T F F F F F T T T T F F T T T These two columns are
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
CSE 260 Exam Quiz Name _ Use the valid argument forms (and only the valid argument forms) we discussed in class to deduce the conclusion from the given premises. Number and label each step or deduction clearly. PREMISES: 1. ~p q 2. r 3. ~p r 4. ~s 5. ~q (
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
CSE 260 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science Spring 2003, Section 2 Exam III: Combinatorics, Functions, Recurrences, Relations Form A - Solution April 11, 2003 Name _ Last 4 digits of ID _ _ _ _ Write your ID on every page of this exam. No notes, boo
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
CSE 260 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science Spring 2003, Section 2 Exam II: Proof Techniques and Set Theory Form A - Key March 5, 2003 Name _ Last 4 digits of ID _ _ _ _ Write your name on every page of this exam. No notes, books, or calculators are
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Course: Discrete Mathematics
CSE 260 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science Spring 2003, Section 2 Exam I: Logic Form A February 3, 2003 Name _ Last 4 digits of ID _ _ _ _ Write your name on every page of this exam. No notes, books, or calculators are permitted. Present each probl
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Course: Digital Logic
Student Name_ Section 1(9. 50A) or 2 (10.10A) Take home part of the Final CSE271. Answer both questions ( Ten points each question). Complete and submit at the end of 12/15/06 class or at the Exam hall before taking your exam. Attach additional paper as n
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Course: Digital Logic
Student name: _Section 4(9.05) or 3(12.20) Midterm Exam - I for CSE 271 Sections (3) and (4) Fall 2005 10/6/2005 - 8:15-10:15 p.m. - 112 Kern Dr Kabekode V. Bhat, Associate Professor of Computer Science & Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University,346
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Course: Digital Logic
Student name: _Section 3 or 4 Final Exam for CSE 271 Sections (3) and (4) Fall 2005 12- 12-2005, 12:20P-2:10P, 100 LIFE SCI, 009 LIFE SCI Dr Kabekode V. Bhat, Associate Professor of Computer Science & Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University111D, In
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Course: Digital Logic
Student name: _Section 4(9.05) or 3(12.20) Midterm Exam - II for CSE 271 Sections (3) and (4) Fall 2005 11/9/2005 - 8:15-10:15 p.m. - 112 Kern Dr Kabekode V. Bhat, Associate Professor of Computer Science & Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University 11
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Course: NUM LINEAR ALGEBRA
Computer Science/Mathematics 550 Numerical Linear Algebra Final Exam Due 27 April 2012, 5pm No late exams, please! 1. Exercise 3.4, p.49, Hansen book. Choose n = 16, 32, 64. 2. Distance from Orthogonality. Let X, U Rmn and let C, V Rnn . Suppose that C is
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Course: Compiler Construction
Simple Dependence Testing Main Theme Determining whether dependencies exist between two subscripted references to the same array in a loop nest Several tests to detect these dependencies Basics: Indices and Subscripts Index: Index variable for some loop s
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Course: INTRO COMP ARCH
CSE 431 Computer Architecture Fall 2005 Lecture 15: Midterm Exam Review Mary Jane Irwin ( www.cse.psu.edu/~mji ) www.cse.psu.edu/~cg431 [Adapted from Computer Organization and Design, Patterson & Hennessy, 2005 and Superscalar Microprocessor Design, Johns
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Course: LOG DESIGN DIG SYS
Exam I Name: CSE 471, Fall 2004 Section: _ Student ID number (last 4 digits): This is an OPEN BOOK and CLOSED NOTE exam. * Please write your name on every page and show all your work. * Write your solutions clearly. You may use backside of each page for s
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Course: LOG DESIGN DIG SYS
Final Exam Name: CSE 471, Fall 2004 Section: _ Student ID number (last four digits): This is an OPEN BOOK and CLOSED NOTE exam. * Write your solutions clearly. You may use backside of each page for scratch but the solutions must be shown on the designated
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Course: COMP ORG & DESIGN
Student Name_ Section 1& 2 Take home part of CSE331 Spring exam 2. Answer all questions (Total 10 points). Complete and submit at the beginning of Exam-2 (before taking your closed book part of exam 2). Attach additional paper as needed. Use notati
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Course: INTERMED PROGRMG
/ IOtest.cpp : Defines the entry point for the console application. / #include "stdafx.h" #include <fstream> #include <iostream> using namespace std; #define BEGIN { #define END } int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv[]) BEGIN ofstream testout; char infi
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Course: DATA STRUCTURES
CSE 260 SOLUTIONS TO YELLOW QUIZ 9 Spring 2007 1. [7 points] Let cn be the number of ways you can climb a staircase of n stairs if you can climb two or three stairs with each step that you take. Thus, for example, c1 = 0 and c2 = 1. Write a recurr
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CSE 260 SOLUTIONS TO YELLOW QUIZ 7 Spring 2007 INSTRUCTIONS: When your answer includes a product of integers, multiply them out. 1. [4 points] Suppose that we take a 52-card deck of cards and throw away all of the cards except aces, kings, queens,
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Course: Multicasting
Homework 1. CSE 598C Vision-based Tracking, Fall 2012. Due Wed Fri 7, 2012 in Angel. This homework will actually be pretty easy, I think, if you followed the example on Gaussian Point Observations that we went over in class. You can view that example as o
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Course: Topics In Computer Vision
CSE586 Assignment 3, due March 17 Thurs 1) Prove that the set of all 2x2 matrices of the form [cos(theta) -sin (theta); sin(theta) cos(theta)] form a group under matrix multiplication. 2) Prove that the set of all complex numbers of the form e^cfw_i theta
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Course: Topics In Computer Vision
Homework 1 (due Monday Jan 24 by end of the day) 1. Consider the x=1 y=0: 10 y=1: 10 y=2: 0 (unnormalized) 2D bivariate distribution f(x,y) x=2 x=3 x=4 10 10 10 20 20 0 10 0 0 For each of the following, give your answer to 1) a) What is the marginal distr
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Course: VLSI
HOMEWORK 4 CMPEN 411 Due: 2/12/2013 11:30pm Learning Objective Use the VLSI CAD tools to design and implement an 8-bit Program Counter (PC) circuit in bit-slice style and analyze it. Instruction Implement the program counter circuit shown below in schemat
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Course: NUM LINEAR ALGEBRA
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Course: Compiler Construction
Homework 2 (Due March 20th, 2012) 1. [25points] Identify the dependences in the following loop nest and indicate whether (a) they are loopindependent or loop-carried, and (b) whether they are flow, anti or output dependences? for i = 3, 100 U[i] = V[i] +
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Course: Multicasting
CSE598C: Vision-Based Tracking Fall 2012 Syllabus Instructor: Robert Collins, Associate Professor, CSE 354H IST Building Phone: 3-1944; email: rtc12@psu.edu Office Hours: Tues 2-4, Wed 9-9:50 Class Schedule: MWF 10:10AM 11:00PM; 370 Willard Textbook: No T
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Course: Comm Networks
CSE/EE 458: Communication Networks Instructor: Guohong Cao Ofce, Phone, Email: 310 pond lab, 863-1241, gcao@cse.psu.edu Ofce Hours: MW 9:30-10:50 TA: Namhyong Kim Ofce, Phone, Email: 125 Hammond, 865-9191, nakim@cse.psu.edu Ofce Hours: MF 10:30 - 12:
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Course: Cmptr Networks
CSE 514: Computer Networks Instructor: Guohong Cao Ofce, Phone, Email: 354G IST, 863-1241, gcao@cse.psu.edu Ofce Hours: TR 2:00 - 3:15 TA: Ofce, Phone, Email: Ofce Hours: Textbook: Computer Networks: A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet, Fourth
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Course: Distributed System
CSE 513: Distributed Systems Instructor: Guohong Cao Ofce, Phone, Email: 354G IST building, 863-1241, gcao@cse.psu.edu Ofce Hours: TR: 1PM - 2PM. TA: Wenhui Hu Ofce, Phone, Email: 338E IST, 865-0191, wxh180@cse.psu.edu Ofce Hours: Wed, 1- 2pm; Fri, 9
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Course: PROGRAMMING FOR ENGINEERS
COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING 121 Spring 2007 Professor: Dr. Susan L. Quick Office: 111J IST Phone: 865-9507 E-mail: quick@cse.psu.edu or through ANGEL (Do not use any other e-mail address!) Office Hours: M 1:30 2:30, W: 3:30 5:30 or by appointmen