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 CSE 378 Autumn 2008
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 Homework 1 [solution] Due 10/6
 Homework 2 [solution] Due 10/22
 Homework 3 [code] Due 11/24
 Homework 4 (optional) Due 12/5 in class
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  Lab 1 HW [orig] Due 10/17
  Lab 2 SW Due 10/31
  Lab 2 HW Due 11/07
  Lab 3 SW only Due 11/14
  Lab 4 SW Due 11/21
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  • Our Final Exam will be held at 8:30am, Mon Dec 8th in our regular lecture room. Here is some info that may help in your preparations. I will provide a copy of the green card from our text book for you to use during the exam.
  • If you have further comments about the course feel free to send me an email (anonymous or otherwise) and you can still add them to this mid quarter feedback survey. (Thanks for the feedback already received here!)
  • Midterms have been graded and returned. A sample solution can be found here. The exam had a total of 82 points (avg = 62.72, std = 11.84).


  • Lectures: MWF 10:30-11:20 at EEB 037
  • Section AA: Thursday 9:30-10:20 at MEB 238
  • Section AB: Thursday 12:30-1:20 at EEB 003

  • Midterm: during lecture, Friday, October 24, 2008
  • Final Exam: 8:30-10:20 am, Monday, Dec. 8, 2008


To contact the course staff, you can email cse378-tas@cs.

Name email at cs Office Hours
Ruth Anderson, Instructor rea M 11:30-12:30, W 1:30-2:30, or by appointment (in cse 360)
Jacob Nelson, TA nelson Th 2:00-3:00, F 3:30-4:30, or by appointment (in cse 003)
Allan Carroll, TA allanca M 3:30-4:30, F 2:30-3:30, or by appointment (in cse 003)
Guy Bordelon, TA bordelon Th 10:30-12:30, F 11:30-12:30, (in cse 003 office)

We will use the course mailing list created by catalyst for cse 378 this quarter. If you are signed up for the course, then you are automatically on this list! Course staff will use this list for sending out important announcements to the class. For general discussion, please make use of the catalyst message board listed to the left.

  • Please be sure that you get the REVISED PRINTING of the 3rd edition of our text book. The plain old 3rd edition will work, but be aware that it had quite a few bugs. Official errata for the 3rd edition is here (although this not complete, the green card in particular has a few more differences).

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