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 CSE 524, WI '08 - Parallel Algorithms
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 Assignment0 1/9/08
 Assignment1 1/25/08
 Assignment3 2/4/08
 Assignment4 2/11/08
 Assignment5 2/13/08
 Assignment6 2/20/08
 Assignment7 2/25/08
 Assignment8 2/29/08
 Assignment9 3/12/08
Readings
   
Time: MW 13:30-2:50
Place: CSE 503
Instructor:Larry Snyder (snyder)
Office hours: by arrangement
TA:Philipp Krähenbühl
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Texts

Principles of Parallel Programming, Calvin Lin and Lawrence Snyder, Addison Wesley, 2008

Announcements

We have a class on Fri 2/29/08 in CSE 674 (Irish Room).

We have a class on Fri 2/8/08 in CSE 128.

Catalog Description:

Design and analysis of parallel algorithms: fundamental parallel algorithms for sorting, arithmetic, matrix and graph problems and additional selected topics. Emphasis on general techniques and approaches used for developing fast and efficient parallel algorithms and on limitations to their efficacy.

Prerequisites: CSE major and CSE 521. Credits: 3

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