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This is a course page of
David Casperson
Associate Professor
Computer Science
University of Northern British Columbia

CPSC 200 — Fall 2018 —
Algorithm Analysis and Development

Prerequisites
A grade of C- or better in cpsc 141 and cpsc 101; or permission of instructor.
Important Information

Important information may be posted here from time to time.

2018-11-26
Course Evaluations changed to Wednesday
2018-11-21
Homework Assignment 4 now on Blackboard and here.
2018-11-01
Homework Assignment 3 now on Blackboard and here.
2018-10-15
Homework Assignment 2 now on Blackboard and here.
2018-10-10
Quiz and Beamer slides added to Blackboard (learn.unbc.ca) site.
2018-10-08
Laboratory Assignment 2 has been posted.
2018-10-08
Lecture notes have been posted to the BlackBoard site.
Beamer Lecture notes have been added under “More Handouts”.
Accommodations

Students in this course who, because of a disability, may have a need for special academic accommodations should discuss this with the instructor, or contact the Access Resource Centre located in the Teaching & Learning Building in Room 10-1048.

Instructor
David Casperson; Office: T&L 10-2080; Telephone1(250)960-6672; e-mailDavid.Casperson; (more contact information …)
Administrative Assistant
Marva Byfield; Telephone1(250)960-6490; e-mailMarva.Byfield@unbc.ca ;
Rooms and Hours
(Click for David’s schedule.) M W F  16:30–17:20. Room: 5-174. There are no assigned lab or tutorial times.
Homework:
See here.
Learning Outcomes
Topics
Blackboard
There is a blackboard site at learn.unbc.ca
Handouts:
2018-09-05 Printed Outline
Facts about Logarithms
Advice on Plotting
2018-09-10 Asymptotic Summary
more handouts…
Grading Scheme:1 and Dates
Homework25%
First ClassWed, Sep 05
ThanksgivingMon, Oct 08
Midterm I20% Fri, Oct 12
Last Drop Day Thu, Oct 25
Midterm II20% Fri, Nov 09
No classesMon, Nov 12
Course EvaluationWed, Nov 28
Last ClassFri, Nov 30
Final35% Thu, Dec 13
7-212 18:00–21:00
Text (see Books)
Weiss is required.
Final Examination
Three hours sometime in December. See above.
Notes:
  1. I reserve the right to change the weight of any portion of this marking scheme. If changes are made, your grade will be calculated using the original weighting and the new weighting, and you will be given the higher of the two.
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