Instructor: Chris Diorio
TAs: Seth Bridges and Tian Sang cse370-TA@cs
Questions: Please ask questions in class, especially if you don’t
understand why we are doing something
First homework assignment: Handout Friday 4/5; due Friday 4/12
First reading assignment: Mano pgs. 1–24, 33–44
CSE370 web: http://www.cs.washington.edu/education/courses/370/CurrentQtr/
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Lectures: MWF 1:30–2:20pm in Mueller 153
Section A: T 9:30-10:20am, Moore 219
Section B: T 12:30-1:20pm, MaryGates 242
Section C: Th 12:30-1:20pm, Moore 226
Your weekly assignments are due at the beginning of class on the assigned due date. Assignments handed in during or immediately after class will incur a 10% penalty. We will penalize your assignment 10% per day for each additional day late. See the web page for details about missed assignments.
Unless specifically stated otherwise, we encourage collaboration on homework, provided (1) You spend at least 15 minutes on each and every problem alone, before discussing it with others, and (2) You write up each and every problem in your own writing, using your own words, and understand the solution fully. Copying someone else's homework is cheating (see below), as is copying the homework from another source (prior year's notes, etc.). The quiz problems will be very similar to the homework problems; if you truly understand the homework, then the quizzes will be easy. If you have copied the homework...
More Stuff: See the web page