COMP3711 (L1, L2) - Design and Analysis of Algorithms
L1: Mordecai GOLIN
Office hours (in Room 3559): by email appointment.
L2: Xiaojuan MA
Office hours (in Room 3507): by email appointment.
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Time and Venues
L1: Tuesday & Thursday, 16:30 – 17:50, Room G010, CYT Bldg
L2: Wednesday, & Friday 13:30-14:50, Room 4619
|T1||Monday||18:00 - 18:50||Room 2306||LAU Man Kit|
|T2||Thursday||18:00 - 18:50||Room 1104||PURI Abishek|
|T3||Monday||15:00 - 15:50||Room 2406||LAU Man Kit|
|T4||Wednesday||15:30 - 16:20||Room 2304||KIM Taewook|
2. Jon Kleinberg and Éva Tardos. Algorithm Design, Addison-Wesley.
3. Jeff Erikson. Algorithms
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This includes Course Outcomes + Assessment Rubrics.
|Midterm||Monday, March 18||7:20-9:20PM||Venue||L1: LTD
|Final||Saturday, May 25||8:30-11:30AM||Venue||LG4 Multi-purpose Room, Lift 6|
Intellectual Honesty & Plagiarism
- Students are expected to follow the HKUST Academic Honor Code
- All work submitted for grading, e.g., assignments, must be your own
- You are permitted to discuss problems with other students but you must write-up all solutions by yourself, in your own words.
- If you got the main idea for a solution from another student or a web-site you must acknowledge that source in your submission.
- Submission of non-acknowledged material will be considered as plagiarism and dealt with under the university policy for cheating.
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