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Organisation: CS course number: 01:198:206, Sections 01, 02, HN.

Instructor: Alexander Schliep, Hill 264, x1166, schliep@cs.rutgers.edu. Please start your subject field with CS206-F11 to avoid my spam filter.
TA (Section 01): Chathra Hendahewa chathrah@cs.rutgers.edu
TA (Section 02): Pavel Mahmud pavelm@cs.rutgers.edu

Days, Times and Rooms:

Note: there will be no recitation the first week

Office Hours:

Prerequisites: 01:198:205 or 14:332:202; 01:640:152. Please note that courses for which a student has received a grade of D cannot be used to satisfy prerequisite requirements.

Description: Provides the background in combinatorics and probability theory required in design and analysis of algorithms, in system analysis, and in other areas of computer science.

Expected work: Weekly assignments, 1 or 2 tests, Final Exam

Textbook: Sheldon Ross: A first course in Probability (Prentice Hall, 9th edition). Earlier editions are quite similar.

Rules for Midterm and Final:

Academic Integrity:

The rules and regulations about academic integrity as outlined on http://www.cs.rutgers.edu/policies/academicintegrity/ apply. Please familiarize yourself with them.

Student Absence Reporting:

Students are expected to attend all classes; if you expect to miss one or two classes, please use the University absence reporting website https://sims.rutgers.edu/ssra/ to indicate the date and reason for your absence. An email is automatically sent to me.

Course Website: Further information about the course and course materials will be published for course participants on the Sakai website.