The final exam will be held on December 16th, at 9am, in Salomon Center 003.
Ari will be holding a final review session on December 15th from 7:30-9:30pm in CIT 368.

Make sure you are using the command cs053_submit to submit your auto-graded assignments.

Play Lights Out here or here.

What is The Matrix?

The aim of this course is to provide students interested in computer science an introduction to vectors and matrices and their use in CS applications. The course will be driven by applications from areas chosen from among: combinatorial optimization, computer vision, cryptography, game theory, graphics, information retrieval and web search, maching learning, and scientific visualization. For example, students will learn Google's PageRank method for ranking web pages. This course satisfies the linear algebra requirement for the Computer Science Sc.B.and the Applied-Math/CS Sc.B.

There are no formal prerequisites, but students are expected to be comfortable with mathematics and programming.

Class meets in CIT 368 on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 3:00-4:20.

The course missive can be found here.