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Welcome to CSE 378 Fall 2007, taught by Prof. Luis Ceze with Anindita Mitra, Joe Devietti and Patrick Carroll.
This website will be updated constantly, so check back regularly for information on the course.
Lectures: MWF 10:30-11:20 at EEB 045
Section AA: Thursday 9:30-10:20 at MGH 254 with Joe
Section AB: Thursday 12:30-1:20 at MGH 228 with Anindita
To contact the course staff, you can email cse378-tas@cs.
The schedule page contains links to all the course materials, such as lecture slides, reading assignments, homework assignments and labs.
You have 8 24-hour grace periods that you can use to extend the due date of a lab or homework assignment. You may use multiple grace periods on one assignment. After you have used up all your grace periods, each day that an assignment is late will reduce your grade by an additional 10%. So if you've used up all your grace periods and then turn in something 2 days late, you will get 20% off your grade.
Computer Organization & Design: The Hardware/Software Interface (3rd Edition, 2005), D. Patterson and J. Hennessy.
Read the course syllabus for more information on the course content.
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