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The text sometimes refers to "this lecture", or "the homework", or the like. Do not take these as a guide to the present course; we will have our own timing and our own assignments.
Other versions of the above work will be similar, but not the same. Also, many other texts contain essentially the same material, albeit often with different notation and sometimes nomenclature. On assignments, exams, etc., make sure to use notation compatible with the text (or lectures, if they differ).
Additional material (e.g., copies of overheads, etc.) will be posted here from time to time. (Note that these are copyrighted. You have permission to access them for your own use, but not to distribute them further.)
The following materials were prepared by Jeff Shallit. Thanks, Jeff!
DC 3353, x34428.
Hours: Tue/Thur, 2:00–3:00.
|TA||Adam Jaffe||ajaffe||M: 10:00–11:00 & W: 3:00–4:00, in DC 2102 (starts Jan 13.)|
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For administrative issues, including illness forms and accommodation for religious holidays, contact the instructor.
For other issues, or if nothing applies, please contact the instructor.Grading summary:
This courses adheres to the UW policies on Academic Integrity and Students with Disabilities.
(This outline will be annotated with times and readings, as the course progresses.)All readings are from Watrous, unless otherwise noted.