## News

12/08 | The solutions for HW5 and guidelines for the final project have been posted to the handouts page. |
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11/29 | IMPORTANT: We have changed the
grading of HW5 in order to lighten the work-load while you are
working on your final projects. You now only need to do
one of the two problems on the HW. (Students who do
both problems will receive a bonus 40% of the points on the
lower scored problem). |

11/29 | HW5 has been updated to include the last problem. I will also hold additional office hours on Tuesday from 2:00-3:00. |

11/27 | The first problem of HW5 is available on the handouts page. The second problem will be available soon. |

11/07 | Homework 3 has been graded and will be returned in class on Wednesday. We have posted Nick Armstrong's coding solutions for problem 3. |

11/15 | Midterm solutions have been posted on the handouts page. As mentioned in class the mean was about 79 with std. dev. of 9. |

11/07 | Homework 3 has been graded and will be returned in class on Wednesday. We have posted Nick Armstrong's coding solutions for problem 3. |

11/06 | Midterm Review Sessions will be held on Nov 8th and 9th in Wean Hall 4625 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm. |

10/26 | For those interested I have included a link to the homepage of yesterday's guest lecturer Chris Atkeson. |

10/26 | HW2 is graded and can be picked up from Monica Hopes. HW2 solutions have been updated along with representative solutions for coding problems from Michael Dille (problem 1 and 3), and Rosen Diankov (problem 2). Please remember that the average grade on HW2 was somewhat lower than HW1 (around 81-82) so don't be concerned about grades around that range. |

10/20 | HW1 is graded and can be picked up from Monica Hopes. HW1 solutions have been updated along with representative solutions for coding problems from Geoff Hollinger (problem 1), Rosen Diankov (problem 2), Juan Fasola (problem 3a), and Myung Hwangbo (problem 3b). |

10/19 | HW2 Solutions are available on the handouts page, representative solutions for the coding problems have not been chosen yet. |

10/10 | The input format for the RSat solver was given incorrectly on the homework. The correct format is described on this site for the 2004 SAT Solver competition. |

10/11 | HW1 Solutions are available on the handouts page, representative solutions for the coding problems have not been chosen yet. |

10/10 | The input format for the RSat solver was given incorrectly on the homework. The correct format is described on this site for the 2004 SAT Solver competition. |

10/05 | There have been a few minor updates to HW2 and the Max Flow instances on the handouts page, please re-download these if you have older versions. |

10/03 | We have granted a 2-day extension on HW1
due to problems some students were having with Matlab, it is
now due on Friday Oct. 6 by 10:30am. However students
that handed in their homework on time today are entitled to an
extension of 2 days on either HW2 or HW3. |

9/28 | A small clarification for problem 3b.) on Problem Set 1 was added to the plain text update. |

9/27 | Some students have inquired as to the whereabouts of the lecture slides from 9/25. Unfortunately, due to a hardware failure Geoff was unable to recover the electronic version of the slides, but will try to provide a summary shortly. |

9/25 | A second update for Problem Set 1 was posted to the course mailing list earlier today (if you did not receive this message please email the TAs), you can download this update in plain text format here. |

9/21 | Problem Set 1 has been slightly updated, a new version with minor edits has been posted. |

9/19 | Matlab links from the tutorial are now available on the Links page. |

9/18 | Problem Set 1 is now available on the Handouts and Schedule pages. |

9/13 | A Matlab tutorial (led by Yang Gu) will be held on Monday Sept. 18 from 4:30 to 5:30 in Wean Hall 5409. |

9/11 | Lecture notes will be available on or before the date of each lecture on the schedule page. |

8/25 | First class is on 9/11 at 10:30 AM in Wean Hall 5409 |