Students taking this course should be familiar with topics in a standard computer science course covering discrete math and logic (including proofs), and asymptotic analysis.
|office:||525 Bryan Hall|
|office hours:||M 11:30 AM-12:30 PM; W 11:30-Noon; F 9-10 AM|
|What||When||Weight for final grade|
|Exams|| Two exams will
be given in class (not take-home): one at midterm and one at the end.
The end exam may or may not be cummulative, depending on how people do on the midterm exam.
|Each is worth 25%|
|Homework||No homework will be graded, but questions will be posed throughout the semester.||0%|
You must find some fair division problem to which you will apply a technique we study this semester.
The problem can come from your life, from campus life, from greek life, from the region, the state, the nation,
or the world.
You will be required to propose your project in the few weeks of the semester, and reports on your progress may be required periodically during the course.
|This is worth 30%|
||This is worth 20%|
Anyone found cheating will on any graded assignment will receive an F for this course; other action may also be taken.