CSE 5311 Fall 2002 - Design and Analysis of Algorithms

Course Details

  1. Assigned readings are from the above textbook. You should read the introductory material at the beginning of each chapter whose sections are referred to in the assigned readings.

  2. Programs will be submitted electronically via email. The final program must compile and run correctly on the ACS machine omega.uta.edu. Programs are due by midnight on the date indicated on the syllabus. No late submissions will be accepted. You may request an omega account on-line at http://oit.uta.edu/comp_acct/student.htm.

  3. Seven 30-minute closed-book, closed-notes quizzes will be given throughout the semester. Quizzes cover primarily the material introduced since the previous quiz, but may reference earlier material.

  4. All work in this class must be done individually. Anyone cheating on work assigned in this class will receive a zero grade for the assignment and will be subject to the university's academic dishonesty policy (see below). Cheating involves giving assistance or receiving assistance on work assigned in this class. If you have any questions regarding an assignment, see the instructor or teaching assistant.

    Academic Integrity Policy: It is the policy of the University of Texas at Arlington to uphold and support standards of personal honesty and integrity for all students consistent with the goals of a community of scholars and students seeking knowledge and truth. Furthermore, it is the policy of the University to enforce these standards through fair and objective procedures governing instances of alleged dishonesty, cheating, and other academic/non-academic misconduct.

    Policy on cheating: Students who violate University rules on scholastic dishonesty are subject to disciplinary penalties, including the possibility of failure in the course and dismissal from the University. Since dishonesty harms the individual, all students, and the integrity of the University, policies on scholastic dishonesty will be strictly enforced.

    See the Office of Student Judicial Affairs for more information.