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Course InfoLectures: T 6:30 - 9:20 PM, EE1 Room 003
TextbookThe main textbook we will use is Handbook of Applied Cryptography, by Menezes, van Oorschot, and Vanstone (CRC Press, 1997). The book is available for free download in PDF or Postscript format, from Alfred Menezes's website.
Homework AssignmentsAssignments will be posted every week before class, and will be due one week later, before class. No late submissions will be accepted, as the problems will be discussed during lecture.
The assignments are posted in Postscript format, and can be viewed with Ghostview (on Unix/Linux machines) or GSView (on Windows). These can be downloaded here.
Turn-in should be on paper (by hand), or electronicaly (by email or web-based). Accepted file formats for electronic turn-in are:
Assignment Hand-back PolicyIn order to determine where each assignment should be returned to its rightful owner, the following rules will be used:
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