The new courses will complement our other 100-level programming courses, CSE 154, CSE 160, and CSE 163, which are not changing. Each of the new courses is 4 credits, with 2 weekly large-class meetings (lecture) and 2 weekly small-group meetings with a Teaching Assistant (quiz sections). After years of trying and failing to manage bug reports by email, I now maintain an issue-tracking page at GitHub. Both the topical coverage (except for flows) and the level of difficulty of the textbook material (mostly) reflect the algorithmic content of CS 374. "assetsCore" : "vendor/assets-global/assets.core", CSE 142 and CSE 143 have been highly successful, but they have also been extremely stable in content and pacing for over 15 years, during which much has changed in terms of the range of students prior experience, the compelling applications of computer programming, and teaching techniques in general and specifically for programming. The goal is to give you a sense of what's out there and what you can expect and how you can learn more later when you need to. one page per page (for screens) This file contains bidirectional Unicode text that may be interpreted or compiled differently than what appears below. I maintain a complete archive of my past homeworks, exams, and lab handouts on a separate page. Prerequisites. Recursion (50 pages) "jquery-private" : { "jquery" : "jquery" }, Nondeterministic automata (21 pages) Presentations Git Concepts: Demystified March, 2023 (CSE 374) ( Slides , Course ) Distributed Systems at GitHub March, 2023 (CSE 452) ( Slides , Course ) Git at GitHub Scale September, 2022 (Git Merge) ( Slides , Recording ) Previous Student at the University of Washington. So, from Winter 2023 onward, expect all three courses to be offered every quarter. How do the courses relate to each other? Applications of Flows and Cuts (26 pages) You signed in with another tab or window. UW Spring 2018 Intermediate Programming Concepts and Tools Projects. These are essential skills, in general and for writing correct code. CSE 373 and CSE 374 will have as a prerequisite, "CSE 123 or CSE 143." CSE 412 will have as a prerequisite, "one of CSE 123, CSE 143, or CSE 163." CSE 414 will have as a prerequisite, "a minimum grade of 2.5 in one of CSE 123, CSE 143, or CSE 163" A student completing CSE 123 will have approximately the same programming abilities as a student finishing CSE 143. This is not a placement exam students will make the best choice for themselves, and we will continue to refine the guided self-placement and answer questions as they arise. CS473. Prerequisites. State the formal definition of , , and and how these describe the amount of work done by an algorithm. For at least the next year or so, we expect courses at Washington State community and technical colleges that currently count as equivalent to CSE 142 and CSE 143 will continue to be equated with those older courses. We are likely to have 1-credit honors sections attached to CSE 122 and CSE 123 where students can explore applications and ramifications of computing. This also makes room for explicit instruction and practice on testing and debugging. Explain what is meant by best, expected, and worst case behavior of an algorithm. Programming is a valuable skill for everyone, and we welcome students with any academic interests and any level of experience. When time allows, we will revisit whether it will serve a set of students well to create an accelerated course that might cover two of the three new courses.). Characteristics of greedy algorithm solutions. and Finite-state automata (24 pages) Amortized Analysis (14 pages) Concepts of lower-level programming (C/C++) and explicit memory management; techniques and tools for individual and group software development; design, implementation, and testing strategies. See the course materials page for an explanation. Hashing (19 pages) Final exam was on Prairie Learn Situation: Lectures: When/where: Office hours: HW: HW Policies: Grading: Cheating: About: FAQ: Stressed? You may ask questions either on Discord or on Ed, course staff will be monitoring both. Entire book (1st edition, June 2019, 472 pages) Professional Master's Program Advising: masters at cs.washington.edu At least two additional topics in advanced data structure. CSE 374 au 20 - Kasey Champion Git is a version control system optimized for text-based files Git GitHub origin " copy of the repo is stored on a Git server The remote repository is the defacto central repository Remote repositories are hosted on services like GitHub, Gitlab, or Bitbucket Everyone shares changes by pushing their changes and Internet Archive (permanent archival copy, currently the 0th edition) Minimum-Cost Flows (16 pages) Below are the official course descriptions for the new courses. Dynamic Programming for Formal Languages and Automata (7 pages, unfinished) For a thorough overview of prerequisite material, I strongly recommend the following resources: Building Blocks for Theoretical Computer Science, Front matter: Cover, copyright, table of contents, preface, Back matter: Indices, image credits, colophon, Dynamic Programming for Formal Languages and Automata, An Open Letter to the Mathematical Community, All other lecture notes are licensed under a more restrictive. While all three new courses will grow to serve everyone on campus who wants to take them, students in non-computing disciplines may decide that CSE 122 (or perhaps just CSE 121) provides enough for their needs, or they may take any subset of the complementary courses CSE 123, CSE 154, and CSE 163. What will students learn in the new courses? Some of these notes are a lot more polished than others. This material is the primary reference for two regularly-offered theoretical computer science courses at Illinois: CS374 Describe and implement divide-and-conquer algorithms and analyze their runningtimes. We believe the new sequence will better serve most students: Students without experience are enthusiastically welcomed into CSE 121 while students with a prior programming course, whether or not it was our CSE 121, are enthusiastically welcomed into CSE 122. Students with no prior programming experience are highly encouraged to take our programming courses, starting with CSE 121. to increase the chances someone will be able to reply to you quickly), Teaching Assistants: Xinyue Chen, Maxim Klyuchko, Ben Soesanto, Dixon Tirtayadi, CSE 154 will have as a prerequisite, minimum grade of 2.0 in one of CSE 122, CSE 123, CSE 142, CSE 143, CSE 160, or CSE 163., CSE 163 will have as a prerequisite, one of CSE 122, CSE 123, CSE 142, CSE 143, or CSE 160., CSE 373 and CSE 374 will have as a prerequisite, CSE 123 or CSE 143., CSE 412 will have as a prerequisite, one of CSE 123, CSE 143, or CSE 163., CSE 414 will have as a prerequisite, a minimum grade of 2.5 in one of CSE 123, CSE 143, or CSE 163, CSE 416 (joint with STAT 416) will have as a prerequisite, either CSE 122, CSE 123, CSE 143, CSE 160, or CSE 163; and either STAT 311, STAT 390, STAT 391, IND E 315, or Q SCI 381.. '&l='+l:'';j.async=true;j.src= Bill & Melinda Gates Center, Box 352355 So I'll keep 'em to myself, for my opinion doesn't matter! in the class, and, by using the discussion board, it will be Introduction to computer programming for students without previous programming experience. Intended for non-majors. "assets-private" : "vendor/assets-global/assets-private" When the issue has been addressed to your satisfaction, click the lock emoji, and the channel will be deleted. Webmaster: support at cs.washington.edu, Undergraduate Advising: ugrad-adviser at cs.washington.edu For students who took CSE 142 or an equivalent course at another institution (community college, high school, etc. What are the credit hours, class meeting schedules, etc.? But CSE 143 was also not designed for most of these students it has been a continuation of CSE 142, assuming experience directly aligned with our CSE 142. Disjoint Sets (14 pages) Nondeterministic Turing machines (6 pages, unfinished) Fast Fourier Transforms (17 pages) Discrete Probability (22 pages) solution have been added to the exams page. Our full redesign of new courses will also let us revisit all the examples and application domains we use both in class and in homework assignments. The notes are ordered roughly to match the textbook chapters. In discussing this with faculty in all the majors requiring CSE 143, we do not foresee problems with students graduating in the same number of years as they do currently. Ticket bot has its own discord channel, in the Get Help category. When you get a place in the course email cse-374 [at] cs and staff will work with you to ensure you have the recorded lectures and other materials needed to succeed. A gitlab repository will be created for each pair of students working together on hw6, and you and your partner will use it to store the code for that assignment. Main Tel: (206) 543-1695 The Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering is excited to announce that we will be replacing our two largest programming courses, CSE 142 and CSE 143, with a new set of three courses, Clone with Git or checkout with SVN using the repositorys web address. CSE 142 will be last offered in Summer 2022. "jquery" : "vendor/jquery/jquery-1.11.3.min", Proof by Induction (30 pages) The textbook assumes knowledge of discrete math (especially induction) and basic data structures and algorithms (especially recursion) consistent with the prerequisite courses CS 173 and CS 225 at Illinois. For a thorough overview of prerequisite material, I strongly recommend the following resources: "jquery-private" : "vendor/jquery/jquery-private", Linear Programming Algorithms (18 pages) Office hours are subject to change through the quarter; Zoom rooms will be posted on Canvas. Our focus right now is on successfully launching the three new courses. Mathematics for Computer Science by Eric Lehman, Tom Leighton, and Albert Meyer. 3/26: Welcome to the website for CSE 374 for Students who have taken a programming course where they learned to use methods, loops, if-statements, and arrays (or similar constructs) will be best served by starting with CSE 122. When you get a place in the course email cse-374 [at] cs and staff will work with you to ensure you have the recorded lectures and other materials needed to succeed. Please contact the course staff if you spot any unexpected problems. CSE_374 UW Spring 2018 Intermediate Programming Concepts and Tools Projects Course Description: Catalog Description: Covers key software development concepts and tools not in introductory courses. CSE 122 Introduction to Computer Programming II (4) NW, QSR Some representative topics: Probabilistic analysis and randomized algorithms, String matching: Rabin-Karp and Knuth-Morris-Pratt algorithms, Computational Geometry: convex hull, closest pair of points, line intersection. Uses data structures (e.g., lists, dictionaries, sets) to solve computational problems motivated by modern societal and scientific needs. Inside the channel is an embedded ticket object with a lock emoji. Models of Computation I taught these courses most recently in Spring 2018 and Spring 2017, respectively. The remainder of these notes cover either more advanced aspects of topics from the book, or other topics that appear only in our more advanced algorithms class CS 473. Message right away in the new channel to tell course staff your request. CSE 142 was designed for students without programming experience, but it is difficult to provide a great no-experience-required course when, as in recent years, roughly half the students in a particular offering have, in fact, programmed before. CS/ECE 374: Introduction to Algorithms & Models of Computation Fall 2020 Final grades are now posted on gradescope, and were uploaded to banner. This is a collection of the Bash script / C / C++ code that I have written for my CSE 374 "Intermediate Programming Concepts And Tools" class. Click the envelope emoji to create a ticket. CSE 121, CSE 122, and CSE 123 starting next academic year (2022-2023). I should give you my advice upon the subject, willy-nilly; Many Git commands accept both tag and branch names, so creating this branch may cause unexpected behavior. Jeff Erickson 15 Jun 2019, Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license, Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International, my past homeworks, exams, and lab handouts. If you are faculty or staff at another institution with questions about course content or transfer/articulation agreements, please contact Dan Grossman. Students with substantial prior experience, including some object-oriented programming to separate interface from implementation, and using data structures such as lists, stacks, and queues, may find it most useful to start with CSE 123. Dynamic programming, brute force algorithms, divide and conquer algorithms, greedy algorithms, graph algorithms, and red-black trees. "baseUrl" : "/javascripts", The numbering is completely independent os the textbook; I just started over at 1. No description, website, or topics provided. Scapegoat and Splay Trees (15 pages) List, compare, and contrast standard complexity classes. GitHub Gist: instantly share code, notes, and snippets. Please continue to pursue an addition through your registration process. Balances and Pseudoflows (13 pages) I worked on HW 1-4 and HW7 alone, and collaborated with Ariel Luo on the completion of HW 4-5. Permissions. GitHub OpenAtomFoundation / TencentOS-tiny Public Notifications Fork 1.6k Star 5.8k Code Issues 16 Pull requests 8 Actions Projects Security Insights New issue [HUST CSE] modify invalid links #374 Open We have also heard from many students that CSE 142 and CSE 143 are very fast-paced and jam-packed with content. Minimum Spanning Trees (16 pages) Knowing them empowers you in computing, lessens the friction of learning in other classes, and makes you a mature programmer. laptop, klaatu, etc.) General information CSE 122 will emphasize program style and how to decompose a larger programming problem into pieces. Our old courses were unusual in that most colleges and universities teach introductory programming across a full academic year (e.g., two semesters or three quarters, rather than two quarters). I took this class at the University of Washington during spring quarter 2021 with Prof. Megan Hazen. Ed has a more traditional discussion board style that supports multiple threads on the same topic, so we hope that offering this option will be a benefit to everyone in the course :). Students will be expected to sign into Zoom lectures (which will also be available for reviewing afterwards). More Algorithms Lecture Notes How will prerequisites and program requirements change with the new courses? Describe the operation of, and performance characteristics of, several advanced data structures such as: 2-3 trees, B-trees, skip lists, Fibonacci heaps, and quadtrees. Describe and implement advanced algorithms and identify the type of problems that they can be applied to. two pages per page (for printing) Computer programming for students with some previous programming experience. All rights reserved. Nothing will be more blasphemous than writing a textbook that anyone can go out and buy. Describe and implement greedy algorithms and analyze their running times. Other topics include: string matching and computational geometry. W. Undergraduate Outreach & Recruitment: outreach at cs.washington.edu CSE 121 will provide a set of programming skills sufficient for writing small programs that use loops, arrays, and methods. }); Design, analysis and implementation of algorithms and data structures. for more details.) This work may be easier after we have rolled out the new courses. This includes but is not limited to Computer Science and Computer Engineering majors. Spring Quarter, 2022. On discord, TAs have been finding that student issues get easily buried in the homework channels and it is hard to ensure weve fully answered all the questions. I worked on HW 1-4 and HW7 alone, and collaborated with Ariel Luo on the completion of HW 4-5. Resources Universal models (8 pages, unfinished) Front matter: Cover, copyright, table of contents, preface (18 pages) Advanced Dynamic Programming (18 pages) Concepts of lower-level programming (C/C++) and explicit memory management; techniques and tools for individual and group software development; design, implementation, and testing strategies. })(window,document,'script','dataLayer','GTM-WMQ845'); Intended for non-majors. Cannot be taken for credit if credit received for CSE 333. Review of: breadth-first and depth-first traversals, Dijkstra's shortest path algorithm, topological sort, adjacency matrix, adjacency list. Representative algorithm categories include: randomized algorithms, linear programming, string matching, and computational geometry. Specifically: Please do not ask me for solutions to the exercises. Megan Hazen: mh75 [at] cs.washington.edu, cse374-staff [at] cs.washington.edu Office hours on Friday March 10 is the last time that there will definitely be TA support, so please plan accordingly. The Allen School, while eager to help everyone adjust to the new sequence, can speak only for CSE courses. It's also about studying properly and utilizing everything that you have in your disposal correctly. new Date().getTime(),event:'gtm.js'});var f=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0], GitHub (bug tracking) NP-Hardness (50 pages) This course is entirely online for Spring 2021. 2017-2020 If you redistribute any of this material, please include a link back to this web page, either directly or through the mnemomic shortcut http://algorithms.wtf. Nuts and Bolts (13 pages) 205 Benton Hall 510 E. High St. Oxford, OH 45056 513-529-0340 Fax: 513-529-0333 cseadvising@MiamiOH.edu (Advising questions) computerscience@MiamiOH.edu (Other questions) cechelp@MiamiOH.edu (Website issues). If you find an error in the textbook, in the lecture notes, or in any other materials, please submit a bug report. We have renumbered CSE 120 to CSE 110 (though this will not show up in the course catalog for a few more months), so going forward the credit will be for CSE 110 instead, but the only difference is the course number. Undecidability (20 pages) Review of: binary search, quicksort, merge sort, Applications (e.g., Strassens algorithm). Back matter: Indices, image credits, colophon (26 pages) please post a private message on the discussion board and you Recommended: CSE 122 or completion of Paul G. Allen School's Guided Self-Placement. available to them as well. } Shortest Paths (36 pages) Applications (e.g., Huffman coding, fractional knapsack). Contact: Please use the message board (link at the a private message whenever possible Filtering and Streaming (6 pages) Dynamic programming, brute force algorithms, divide and conquer algorithms, greedy algorithms, graph algorithms, and red-black trees. To review, open the file in an editor that reveals hidden Unicode characters. Are you sure you want to create this branch? You also have past lecture recordings. Context-free languages (20 pages) Instantly share code, notes, and snippets. Students taking all three courses will complete 12 credits across three quarters compared to 9 credits across two quarters. top of the page) whenever possible. j=d.createElement(s),dl=l!='dataLayer'? 185 E Stevens Way NE A tag already exists with the provided branch name. Portions of the CSE374 web may be reprinted or adapted for academic nonprofit purposes, providing the source is accurately quoted and duly creditied. In other words, the old and new sequences have similar learning objectives and end-points. Individual chapters: These were extracted from the full book PDF file, to keep page numbers consistent; however, hyperlinks in these files do not work. Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering This material is the primary reference for two regularly-offered theoretical computer science courses at Illinois: CS 374 and CS 473. CSE 121 and CSE 122 will be first offered in Fall 2022, while CSE 123 will be first offered in Winter 2023. Creating CSE 121, CSE 122, and CSE 123 from scratch for thousands of students a year is an enormous undertaking motivated entirely by better serving the widest possible range of students Turing machings (20 pages) For things not Gradescope: Piazza: Moodle: get access. Prerequisite: CSE 143. Building Blocks for Theoretical Computer Science by Margaret Fleck Learn more about bidirectional Unicode characters. (See the for more details.) We plan to offer the courses every quarter after launching them. Treaps and Skip Lists (14 pages) CSE 374 Gitlab Setup These instructions are for connecting your CSE Linux environment (cancun or VM) to your GitLab repo in preparation for hw6. On the subject I shall write you a most valuable letter, Recommended: CSE 121 or completion of Paul G. Allen School's Guided Self-Placement. Note: Just for fun, you may test out the ticket bot by clicking the envelope emoji. Thanks! Bug reports. Instructor: Hal Perkins (perkins[at]cs On meeting the . CSE 374 22sp News 6/11: A copy of the final exam and a sample solution have been added to the exams page. epellis / Bus.py Created 4 years ago Star 0 Fork 0 Code Revisions 1 Download ZIP CS 374 HW8 Raw Bus.py from collections import namedtuple, defaultdict from typing import Dict from heapq import heappush, heappop Information = namedtuple ("Information", ["travel", "first", "period"]) "paths" : { Appendix I. We regularly cover some of the randomized algorithms material in CS 473, but I haven't used the amortized analysis or lower bounds notes in many years. Computer programming for students with significant previous programming experience. By spreading the content across three quarters, the new courses are a better fit for more students. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, "My Eyes are Fully Open", Ruddigore; or, The Witch's Curse (1887) Course goal: There is an amorphous set of things computer scientists know about and novice programmers don't. Knowing them empowers you in computing, lessens the "friction . Director's Cut: These are notes on topics not covered in the textbook. (I strongly recommend searching for the most recent revision.) Also, CSE 160 is an alternate, faster-paced introductory course using Python and real-world data sets. It will also introduce using different common data structures to organize and aggregate data. In addition to discord, we will now be using Ed as an additional option for course communication! The programming assignments are mostly pre-implemented for you and you just need to fill in some blanks. There is an amorphous set of things computer scientists know about and novice programmers dont. As promised, here are the catalog descriptions: CSE 121 Introduction to Computer Programming I (4) NW, QSR ), we will offer CSE 143 during the 2022-2023 academic year. CSE 374 Intermediate Programming Concepts and Tools (3)Covers key software development concepts and tools not in introductory courses. A tag already exists with the provided branch name. Minimum spanning trees: Kruskal and Prim algorithms. Show Only: Lectures - Homeworks - Exercises - Review Assignments All, Released Exercise 1: Working with the Shell, Released Exercise 2: Variables and Aliases, You want to schedule a meeting with course staff outside of office hours, You want to ask a question on a private discord channel where you can message back and forth with course staff (not at a scheduled time). On discord, TAs have been finding that student issues get easily buried in the homework channels and it is hard to ensure we've fully answered all the questions. Course Website: https://courses.cs.washington.edu/courses/cse374/18sp/. Github and Gitlab are just websites that store git repos You can create a repo on the website and git cloneto edit it on your computer (e.g. Adversary Arguments (8 pages) But the new sequence will: Have a different ordering and pacing of topics, Provide more explicit instruction and practice in testing,debugging, and documentation, Emphasize a broad set of modern societal and scientific needs that programming can help address, Provide students more opportunities to bring their own creativity and topics of interest into their work. Students completing CSE 122 will be able to use programming as a tool in other domains. Concepts of lower-level programming (C/C++) and explicit memory management; techniques and tools for individual and group software development; design, implementation, and testing strategies. I taught these courses most recently in Spring 2018 A score of 3, 4, or 5 on the AP Computer Science A exam will receive credit for CSE 121 (https://admit.washington.edu/apply/freshman/exams-for-credit/ap/), so most students with this level of experience should generally start with CSE 122.
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