CS 361 "Data Structures and Algorithms"
- Jared Saia
(email: saia at cs.unm.edu). Please put
the text "cs361" in the subject line, this helps my mail reader parse
your email. I read email once every afternoon at around 3pm, I'll
respond to your email as soon as I read it, please be patient)
- Office: FEC 301H, phone: 277-5446 (note: my voice mail system is
nonfunctional, please use email if you want to leave me a message)
- Office Hours: Tuesdays 1-2pm, Fridays 2-3pm, or by appointment
(note that the times I'm most likely to be in the office are all day
Tuesday, and Friday afternoons)
- Kanglin Xu
- Office Hours: Mon 9:00-11:00, Weds 9:00-11:00, both in FEC 301C
- Section: Th 3:30-4:20 ME208, F 1:00-1:50 TAPY 218 (you must
register for one of these)
The final exam will be Tuesday, May 13th from 7:30am-9:30am in our
Group's have been assigned according to information from the pretest.
You are strongly encouraged to work with your group on each
homework assignment, although the solutions must be written up
individually. The project component of the course will completely be
done in groups.
Please contact the other members of your group as soon as possible.
Email addresses of each group member are given after the person's
name. In most cases, the full address will be firstname.lastname@example.org If the
person is from the ece dept, the address will be email@example.com. If
you still can not contact a group member, send email to the cs361
mailing list to track them down.
If there is a problem with your group assignment, (e.g. you find it
impossible to work with others in your group, many students in your
group drop the class, etc), please send email to Prof. Saia or talk to
him before or after class or via email.
Group assignments are here
cs361 E-mail List:
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link also contains an archive of the mailing list.
Slides from Lectures:
Note: Most of the material in these notes, including many examples and
figures are from Jeff Erickson's class notes for
CS373 at the
University of Illinois Urbana Champagne
The course syllabus is located here
Following are notes from three lectures on Annihilators at the
University of Illinois Urbana Champagne. Much of my discussion in
class is a condensed version of these lectures.
Animations and Data Structure Resources